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Full text of "Directory for the city of Augusta, and business advertiser for 1859"

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AQsDs JOHN V. TARVER 



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Bay Street, Dillon's Wharf, 
SAVANNA' , GA. 

vVill .levotc hi3 porsoiial attention to the sale of Cotton, Corn, 

^'hcat, FJoT^r; Wool and other Produce. 
Oominissiofl for Selling Cotton, 50 Cents per Bale. 

FOR SAVANHAH. 

'''k' new, fast and light dr:\ft Stc. lor 

teXCEL, 

A lU run rogukrl) between Savannah and Aitousta, at all stao-oc. 
oi tjc Kiver, conneciing with the Ncwi -York/ 1 Philadelphia jmd 
LaltHiiore steamships at Savannah, and the. TJoorgia Railroad at 
Augusta. Goods for Augusta, Hamburg and IIno interior should 
be marked to tlie care of JOHN V. TAllVKR. at Savannah, and 
produce ana merchandize for Savannah and i'le Northern mar- 
mots to the care of H. F. .RUSSELL, at Au-usta. 

Merchants will find this the cheaprst route i)y which thev can 
'•• 'ene their goods. 

I'rcight forwarded fico of commissions. 

JOHN W. TARVBm, 

AfjtM (it ^iiv<r. lali. 

H. P. RUSSELI«, 

Agent at Av^u^ta. 




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DIEECTORY 



FOR TllK 



Citij af l^iigHBta, 



BUSINESS ADVERTISER 



18 5 9 



PUBLISHED BY R. A. WATKINS. 



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APVERTISEMET. 



The publisher in prGsentiug the Augusta Directory to the pub- 
lic, avails himself of the occasion, to tender his acknowledgments 
to the citizens generally, for the promptness with which every 
facility has been afforded him in the prosecution of the necessary 
inquiries. 

In the compilation of the J.)irectory, the utmost accuracy has 
been aimed at, although many errors unavoidably incident to a 
work of this kind will undoubtedly be found. 



L. D. LALLERSTEDT, 



ATTC^IJSTA, G^EORC^IA, 

AVill practice in the Courts of the iNliddle Circuit, and in War- 
ren and Lincoln of the Northern Circuit, and in 
the 8upremc and Federal Courts. 

Office over th.e City Bank. 



WM. J. RUTHERFORD, 



AND 



€mtml '^$tm §mitmti$t, 

Office over 121 Broad Street, 
AXTOTJSTA, GfA. 

M 98257 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS, 



8;^"The attention of the public is culled to the following list of business* nu-n, us thi 
best in their respective lines of Business. 



Archer, W. E. & Co, Li verv St^ible .... 48 

Augusta Eveninc Dispatch 149 

Augusta Hotel, Wm E Wheeler, Pro- 
prietor 122 

Bailie & Bro, Jas G, Cai-peting 36 

Barnes, Win. E. Com. Merchant 96 

Barret S^ Carter, Druggist 102 

Benjamin & Goodrich, Furniture 150 

Bighon, A. P. Clothier 120 

lioAve, 11. J. & Co. Pro. Com. Mers SS 

Hovveu, James, Baker 56 

Brahe, F. A. Watches, Clocks, and 

Je weky ^- 

Brenner, Wm. Millstone 124 

Broom & Norrell, Dr.y Goods •'•'J 

Bryan, Harper C. Coin. Merchants Gii 

Burch & Kobert, Boots, Shoes, &c. . . . TO 
fJaker & Caswell, grocers and Com. 

Merchants T2 

Butt, Morris &, Co., Grocers 140 

( "iiTupbell, Drs. H. F. &, R. Jackson St. 

Hospital opp Title Pitge. 

Clark & Co. Watches and Jewelry oS 

( :iark & Koyal, Boots, Shoes, Trunks &.c 4S 

(Jlayton & Kennedy, Clothiers 68 

Corfin & Trowers, Painters and Paper 

Hangers lOS 

Collins, Mrs. V. V. Miliuer 144 

Conley, Force & Co, Boots and Shoes, 

Trunks, &.c 151 

Constitutionalist, by Jas Gardiner 150 

Cosby &. Bartlett, Grocers 4s 

Chronicle and Sentinel 3'2 

Darrow, Julius, Sadies, Harness, &c. ... 7S 
Dennis, J. physician and Chemist... 157 15S 

Dodge, G. li. Dying 00 

Dwelle, C &. L. "Boots, Shoes, itc (U 

Farry, Geo. W. Hats, Caps, &.c \')o 

Flemming & llowland. Grocers 66 

Eraser, John C. agt. steam. Evei^lade.. 132 

Frederick, A. Confectioner IM 

Freeman, J. N. Watches, «& Jewelry.. 74 
Fogart\', T. P. Druggist and Apoth'y... 90 

Gallaher, P. & M. Dry Goods 66 

Georgia Central Pail Koad 31 

Gibson, Wm. Attorney at Law 6{) 

(iirardy, Edward, Kesturant and Bil- 
liard' Saloon 46 

Girardy, L P. Confectioner 104 

Gray & 'IXirly, Dry Goods 44 

Goodi'ich, W'H. grocer. Com. Merch. 

Contractor and Builder. 106 

Gow. Jolm N. Marble Works 142 

Green, E. P. merchant Tailor 44 

Haigh ifc Andrews, Clothing and geu- 

tlemans Furnishing Goods IqO 1 

Haviland. Chichester & Co., Druggists, 102 

Heard & Derry, Com. Mer ISg { 

Heckle &, Wilson, Brokers and Slave 

Dealers 130 I 

Hight &, Macmurphy, Foundry and 

Machine Shojj 34 

Holman & Turpin, China, Glass, &c. . . SO J 

Jacobus, J. J., Att. at Law 60 i 

Jones, James A.. Com. Mer 60 | 

Jones, S. 8. «fc Co., Stoves and Tin Ware 40 

Kauffer, J., Dry Goods 124 ' 

Kinchley & Sanchey, Com Merchants. 64 i 



Lallcrstedt, L D., Att. at Law 100 

LaTaste, V., Druggist and Seed Store.. 90 

Levy, Lewis, Justice of the Peace 180 

Lowrey, J H., Wheelwright OS 

McCor'd, Hortou ik Walton, Grocers.... 128 

McWhorter, Geo G., Att. at Law 142 

Maguire, J(jhn .1., Cooper 72 

Markwalter. Theo., Monuments IIS 

Mathews, W. &■ M. P., Millinery 48 

May, E. H. &, Co.. Carriage Dealers 104 

Mayer &, Morris, Clothiei-s 144 

Maver, John F., Maiuifacturcr Soda 

AVater 128 

Milledge 6i Milledge, Atts. at Law 152 

^Millers & Jackson, Atts. at Law Ob 

M iller & Wairen. Dry Goods 34 

Mills House, Charleston, S. C, T. S. 

Nickerson, Projmetor 134 

Moore, H. «Si J. &, Co., Hardware f)6 

Mustin, S. C, Crockery, China, &c 156 

Nelson, John, Grocer 32 

Norrell, H. D., Bookseller &, Stationer. 76 

Oaknuin, Tliaddeus, Att, atLaw 64 

Gates, Goo.. A. & Bros., Books, Pianos 

and Mxisic 54 

O'Dowd. M., Grocer and Com Mer'nt.. 44 
Osborne, H. J., Watches and Jewelry.. 146 
Piatt, C. A. &, Co., Furniture andCar- 

jiet Warerooms 53 

Plumb & Leitner, Druggists 14S 

Ponllain, Jennings & Co., Grocers and 

Com Merchants iU 

Price, Wm. O.. Mer Tailor & Clothier.. 66 

Prontaut, A.. Watches and Jewelry 153 

Qurin it Kiybv, Biiihkrs *. ... 15() 

Ciuentel, (.'has!. Cabinet Maker 102 

liamsay Si LaBaw, Clothiers 38 

Kces & Linton, Com Merchant 72 

Kichmond «.t Peed, Grocers 128 

KoU Luther, Caniages 154 

Salisbury, W. H. it Co., Stoves and 

Tin W are 126 

Schirmer, W. P., Mill Stones 155 

Service, J. H, Seed Store 9S 

Sherman, Jessup «fe Co., Saddlery, Har- 
ness and Carriage Trinunings 94 

Sibley, Boggs & Co., Grocers. T 42 

Singer, I. M. &, Co., Sewing Machines.. ISiS 

Spears & Hight, Druggists 62 

South Carolina Kailroad 86 

Stevens, A., Grocer 116 

Stewart, Miss C. E,. Millinery. . . ly v^4 

Stovall, Thos. P. ct Co., Com Merchants 
and Ins. Agts. and Props. Sewing Ma- 
chines. . . .'. 11(1, 112, 114 

Summerau, Josei)h, Confectioner 124 

Swinney, Dr. M. E., Dispensary anil 

Drug" Store 116 

Thomas, Edward, Ins. Agt 13s 

Traver, Jno. V., Com. Mer. and Agent 

Steamer Excel Fly Leaf ". . . . 

Tucker »fc Perkins, Photographic Galy 152 

Tutt. Wm. H., Druggist 82 

Whyte, Thos. Com. Mer. and Ins. Agt. 136 

Woodruff, M. W., Com. Mer 76 

Wright, Dr. Chas. M., Dentist 44 

Wyman, G. N, & Co., Carriai,'e5 76 



AIJGfUSTA 

As it was sixty-seven years ago ; the most authentic informa- 
tion is from McCall's history of Georgia : 

Augusta was incorporated in 1791. Previous to that time the 
government of the city was vested in commissioners, or trustees, 
who exercised over the town, church, academy and public lands 
such authority as the Legislature, by which they were appointed, 
chose to give them. This was the case until 177G, when the 
church was given into the hands of certain persons incorporated 
for that purpose. The remaining powers of the commissioners 
or trustees were further curtailed in 1798, by the act which in- 
corporated the city ; which left them the ferry unsold lots and 
town common, which they have since held as trustees of the 
Richmond Academy. 

The members of the first council were George Walker, Jaini'vS 
Pearre, Robert Creswell, ^Vndrew Innis, Isaac Herbert, and 
William Longstreet. Immediately after their election, they met 
" at the house of Mr. Durkee,'' and chose Thomas Gumming, 
unanimously, as Intendant. Joscj.h Hutchinson was chosen 
clerk. 

The first bridge across the Savannah, at this place, was erected 
by W'jide Hampton, in 1791, according to a contract between him 
and the trustees of the academy, he agreeing to pay 50^ per year 
for the privilege, and allowing all connected with that institution 
to pass over free of toll. 

The first newspaper published in Augusta was called tlic 
" Augusta Chronicle and Gazette of the State," and was cotn- 
mencod in 1786. It was about one-fourth the present size of 
the Chronicle and Sentinel, and, its "latest news from Now 
York" was usually from three to four weeks old. This paper 
was continued under that title until 18oG, at which time it was 
united with the States Rights' Sentinel, and is now the Chroni- 
cle ti: Sentinel. 

The drama made its " first appearance" in Augusta, "posi- 
tively for six nights only," in 1798, under the auspices of 3icssrs. 
WilHamson & Jones, who "astonished the natives" oi. their, 
first night with the commedy of " Three Weeks alter Marriage." 

Some curious presentments by grand juries have been selected 
from the books in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court. 

In 1782, the Grand Jury *' present as a grievance the want 
of a house of worship in the town of Augusta, and other places 
in the country." 

The same jury '^ present as a grievance that they have not been 



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30 AUGUSTA 



furnished with the Acts of the General Assembly," and recom- 
mended that '^ some copies be sent to the printing office, that 
they at least have the privilege of buying them for themselves." 

They also " present as a grievance the number of strangers 
coming from different parts of the country tcithout passes, or 
giving any account of themselves." 

is presented by the same jury '* for hanging 

E L > without any authority." 

Here is one which appears to have had reference to some sec- 
tarian controversy. In 1794, the grand jury '' present the m- 
ducrcet observance of public worship" as having '' held the 
peaceably minded in terror of divine vengeance." 

In 1790, " the number of negroes, calling themselvcspa?-soH.s-, 
going about the country" is presented as a nuisance. 

The same jury recommended the imposition of a fine " upon 
all persons erecting wooden chimuics in the toAvu of Augusta. 

If the growth of Augusta has been less rapid than that of many 
other towns, it has been of more healthy and jicrmancnt charac- 
ter — the result of steadily increasing wealth, population and bu- 
siness. Its numerous churches, schools, and other public insti- 
tutions (in which respect it can challenge a comparison with 
any city in the Southern States) afford the best evidence of the 
moral and enlightened character of its population, in which we 
have the surest guarantee of its future prosperity. 

The population of Augusta in 1841 was (3,257, at present it is 
estimated at 18,000 inhabitants, showing an increase of popu- 
lation from 1841 to 1859, of 11,748. 

The length of the city, (•' including East and West Boundary 
Streets,") is 2 and 19-100 miles. The width, ("including East 
Bay and South Boundary Streets,") is 1 and 12-100 miles. The 
streets all run jiarallel to each other. North and South and East 
and West. Each street running North and South is numbered 
in its proper order, commencing on Bay-street vrith No. 1. Each 
street running East and West, is numbered in like manner, 
commencing on lleynold-street on. North side at East Boundary, 
the numbers alternating on each side of each street. 

The vote of the city in 1841, was 724 votes; in 1858 the 
list of liegistered votes amounted to 1,241 votes, showing an in- 
crease of 517 votes since 1841. 

Augusta is now in the highest state of prosperity and advance- 
ment. Her merchants for promptness, dispatch and business 
qualifications are not to be surpassed in any community. She 
can boast of her Cotton Factories, lier Flouring ]Mills, Founda- 
ries, Car Factories, Machine Shops and Work Shops of all kinds, 
and according to population will compare favorably with any 
city in the Union, and she is far ahead of any city in the South. 
Her facilities of conmumication by Railroad, Bivcrand Canal are 
unequalled in the South. Her march is steadily onward and 
upward. 



CITY DIREC'J^ORY. 



31 





R. R. CUYLER, 



President, 

8AVANNAH, GEO. 



GEO. W. ADAMS, 



General Superintendent, 



SAVANNAH, GEO. 



Trains Leaves Savannah 

At 12:15 P. i\I. (Day) and 11:45 P. M., for Macon, Milledge- ^ 
ville, Eatonton and Augusta, connecting at Milieu with trains 
going North, and at. Macon with trains going South and West. 

Trains of this line leave punctual, and no delay to passengers. 



32 AUGUSTA 



JOHN NELSON, 



DEALER IN 



Provisions, Wines, Liqaors, Segars, 

AND AGENT FOR 

FAIRBANK'S PATENT 




'l»tf0W Hill mm 

804 Broad Street, 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



CHRONICLE & SENTINEL, 

^XiaUSTA., G^^. 

^■•^•^^ 

Daily, (by mail,) in advance 87 00 

Tri-weekly, '' " 4 00 

Weekly, '' '' 2 00 

When not paid in advance, one dollar more will invariahlij be 
charged. 

Address, "^^ g, JONES- -Augusta, Ga. 



SOURHERN CULTIVATOR. 

Devoted to Southern Agriculture, Horticulture, Stock Breeding. 
Poultry, Bees, General Farm Economy, &c. 



TERMS. 



One Copy, one year, §1 

Six Copies, 5 



Twenty-five Copies, $20 

One Hundred Copies,... ,75 



xllways in advance. No paper sent unless the cash accompa- 
nies the order. 

Address, W. S. JONZiS^ Amju>^la, Ga. 



AUGUSTA CITY DIRECTOEY, 



ABBRE^^ATIOXS.— In the pages following, h stands for house ; Ms for 
boards ; ht for between ; cor for corner ; oiyp for opposite ; e for east ; w 
for west ; n for north ; s for south ; I for lane ; ah for above ; hel for below ; 
nr for near ; r for rear; sq for square. Tlio word street is implied. 



Abrams, Bernard; city sexton, h 42 Broad. 

Adair, J W. express office, bds Augusta Hotel. 

Adam, George, assistant book-keeper Constitutionalist Office. 

Adam, Geo F. clerk 260 Broad. 

Adam, H B. of C A Piatt & Co, h Campbell bt Green and 
Telfair. 

Adam, J W. book-keeper, Plumb & Leitner, h 61 Green. 

Adams, D. bds 9 Jackson. 

Adams, D. book-keeper 238 Broad, bds City Hotel. 

Adams, D L. of 1) L A & Sons, Edgefield District, S C. 

Adams, D L & Sons, com. mer'ts, Jackson bt Keynolds and Bay. 

ADAMS EXPRESS CO. 179 Broad. 

Adams, H D. clerk 304 Broad. 

Adams, John Q. bds at J llamsey, 9 Jackson. 

Adkerson, Wm. brickmason, 238 Green. 

African, Church, (Methodist,) W side Campbell nr Augusta 
Canal. 

Aldworth, Richard, grocer, 156 Broad, h same. 

Alexander, W W. of Wright & A, h 92 Broad. 

Alford, G T. express office, bds Globe Hotel. 

Allen, Ira, clerk 225 Broad, bds Mrs Kenneks. 

Allen, J V H. of Warren, Lewis k Co, h Green. 

Alleoud, Mark L. grocer, 319 Broad, h 418 Broad. 

Ammons, John, carpenter at G R R, h Kollock. 

Anderson, — . h Telfair bt Lincoln and Elbert. 

Anderson, Jas H. com. merchant, Mcintosh bt Broad and Rey- 
nolds, h Telfair nr Elbert. 

Anderson John, carpenter, h 6 Mcintosh. 

Anderson, Mrs R H. h 42 Fenwick, bt Washington and Centre. 
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AUGUSTA 



MILLER «& WARREN, 

DEALERS IN 

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AND 



iif SI ©SisTiil SiaiTia, 

239 Broad St., opposite the Globe Hote' 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

f fill Mi '%m% j0iwli|. 



AND 



AUGUSTA, GA 



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HIGHT & MACMURPHY, 

Continue the above business, in all its branches, at the Ameri- 
can FoijXDRY, and will be thankful for orders for 

ALL KINDS IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS, 

FOR 

Gold Mines, Mills, ;Rail Roads, Bridges, 

and 

Machinery, of all Descriptions. 



POULLMN, JENNINGS & CO. 



5 ^J>^s.Ms.^*^M^4^ VA, vv.j 

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and 
WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION 

No. 237 Broad Street, opposite Globe Hotel, 
AUGUSTA. GA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 35 



Anderson, Wm. painter, h Marbury bt Green and Teli'aiv. 

Anderson, W C. h 5 Reynold. 

Anderson, W T. clerk 241 Broad, bds City Hotel. 

Anderson, J N. h S side Ellis' bt Gumming and Kollock. 

Ansley, D H. of Wilcox, Hand & A, Broad. 

Ansley, E W. book-keeper, 241 Broad. 

Ansley, Henry, h Reynolds nr Mcintosh. 

Ansley, Jesse, of A & Son, h Sand Hills. 

Ansley, John U. of A & Son, h Sand Hills. 

Ansley, J A & Co. com. and produce merchants, oOO Broad. 

Ansley & Son, com. mer'ts, Reynolds bt Jackson and 3IcIutosh. 

Ansley, W J. teller Union Bank, h Sand Hills, Richmond Co. 

Anthony, L L. clerk 128 Broad, h cor Elbert and Calhoun. 

Anthony, Mrs Ann, h Green. 

Archer, T B. of W E A & Co, bds 140 Green. 

Archer, Wm A. .h N side Telfair bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

Archer, W E. of W E A & Co, h 140 Green. 

ARCHER, W E & CO. livery stable, Ellis bt Mcintosh and 

erackson. 
Archias, Leon, confectioner and grocer, 137 and 139 Broad. 
Arlington, H P. painter, h 26 Ellis. 
Armstrong, John, clerk, h Broad nr Mill. 
Armstrong, Thos. clerk, 300 Broad, h Broad. 
Ashley, Henry, fireman Augusta and Savannah R R. 
Atdam, Mrs. hS side Telfair bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Atkins, Mrs E. h 32 Campbell. 
Atkinson, Robert, city night guard, h No 2 Broad. 
Atkinson, S A. editor Augusta Dispatch, h Broad nr lower market 
Attaway, Mrs Rebecca, h h Pine Row nr Augusta Factory. 
Atwell, H. h Washington bt Calhoun and Fenwick. 
Atwell, Jas. h 8 side Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 
Auiferman, Chas. bar and oyster saloon, 105 Broad, h 39 Broad. 
Augusta Evening Dispatch, Mcintosh bt Reynold and Bread. 
Augusta Factory, oiEce 243 Broad. 
Augusta Fire Co. No 5, cor Jackson and Walker. 
Augusta Free School, 136 Green. 
Augusta Free School, 110 Green. 

AUGUSTA HOTEL, Wm E Wheelock, proprietor, 167 Broad. 
Augusta Insurance and Banking Co, 249 Broad. 
Augusta Manufactory Co. office 243 Broad. 
Augusta Orphan Asylum, Walker. 
Averell, Geo W. clerk at 306 Broad. 
Averett, Columbus, carpenter, 19 Taylor. 
Averett, J. h 104 Ellis. 



36 AUGUSTA 



CARPETING. 

We have now in 8tore and arc daily receiving the followinp; 
Goods, of our own direct importation : Velvet Carpeting, manu- 
factured by John Crossley & Sons; Wire Brussels, Tapestry 
Brussels ; English and American Three Plys ; American, Scotch 
and English Ingrain Carpeting, ranging in price from 75c. to 
.^1 12 per yard; English and American Venetian Carpeting, 
for church aisles, stairs, entries, halls, &c., of all widths manu- 
factured, and at diiferent prices ; G-4, 12-4 and lG-4 Woolen 
Druggets by the yard ; 12-4. 10-4, 18-4 and 20-4 Woolen Crumb 
Cloths; John Crossley & Sons Double Sided ATns.iip Kn<'s : 
Pufted Hugs ; Velvet Rugs and Tapestry Rugs. 




Our Stock of Oil Cloths consists of Marbles, Oaks, Chintz, 
Frescoes, Drabs. Slates, Diamond Patterns, in 8 ft., 6 ft., 12 ft., 
18 ft., 24 ft. wide, which wv will cut to fit halls, rooms, kc no 
matter what shape or size. 

WIIBOW SHADIS. 

We have just received a splendid Stock of the above Goods, 
with patent fastenings, in Golds, Plains, Landscapes, Gothic 
Venetian. We solicit a call of those in want. 

MATTINGS. 

Cocoa Matting in 2-4, 4-4, 5-4 and G-4 wide, suitable for 
counting houses, court houses and public thoroughfares ; Canton 
Matting in 4-4, 5-4 and G-4 wide, in chene, stripe, white, red, 
check, &c., from 25c. per yard up. Irish Mats imported direct. 
American Mats, all prices, and all goods for sale in our store that 
is to be found in any first class Carpet establishment. 

Carpets cut, made and put down. Oil Cloth cut and laid, by 
competent men thoroughly ac(|uainted with the business. 

JAS. G. BAILIE & BROTHER, 

205 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., 

2nd door aV)ove l?ank of Augusta, 

And JAMES G. BAILIE, 

234 King St., Charleston, S. C. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 37 



B. 

Backus, Phillip, tailor, 17 Ellis. 

Baggot, Jas. bds 44 Walker. 

Baggot, J F. janitor, li 44 Walker. 

Bailey, Mrs K. h N side Ellis bt McKinnc and iMarbury. 

Bailey, Wm. h 74 Ellis. 

]kiley, W II. printer, Augusta Dispatch, h Jackson nr Green. 

Bailey, W M. harness maker 169 Broad, h Ellis. 

Bailie, Geo A. of B & Bro, bds Globe Hotel. 

BAILIE JAS G & BRO. carpeting, 205 Broad. 

i^ailie, Thos. clerk, Bailie <fc Bro, bds Globe Hotel. 

l^ainey, Rice, W side Campbell bt Talcot and Fenwick. 

BAKER Ac CASWELL, wholesale grocers, 206 Inroad. 

Baker, Chas. of Baker & Wright, 11*^264 Broad. 

J5aker, Henry, of B & Caswell, h Reynold. 

Baker, Henry, h 119 Ellis. 

Baker, Henry, h cor Centre and Monument. 

Baker, J H. merchant, h Reynolds bt Campbell and Macartan. 

Baker & Wright, wholesale grocer, 267 and 26i) Broad. 

Baldwin, Mrs Augustus, h 53 Broad. 

l^aldwiu ct Reed, wholesale grocers, 295 Broad. 

lialdwin, AV A. of B ct Reed, bds i^lanter's Hotel. 

Bambury, F. superintendent through freiijht cars, Goo 11 R and 

S C RR, hi 49 Washington. 
Bambrick, T. clerk, 279 Broad. 
Bank of Augusta, 201 Broad. 
Baptist Church, cor Green and Jackson. 
Ikrber, F C. exchange broker, 219 Broad, h 14 Bay. 
Barber, Wm C accountant, 219 Broad, h 14 Bay. 
Barnes, Geo T. attorney at law, Warren Block, »Tackson. 
Barnes, Jas. bds United States Hotel. 

Barnes, Johnjr. assist't book-keeper Mcch'c'sBank, h 12 Bay. 
Barnes, John A sr. works 360 Broad, h cor Green and Mclnto>>-l). 
BARNES, WM E. warehouse and commission, cor Washington 

and Reynolds, h 154 Broad. 
BARRETT k CARTER, Druggists, 291 Broad. 
Barrett, James, laborer at G R \i Depot. 
Barrett, Thos. of B & Carter, h cor Elbert and Broad. 
Barret, Thos jr. clerk, Barret Jk, (;arter, bds cor Elbert and Broad. 
Barron, W W.h N side Ellis bt Campbell and Jackson. 
Barry k Batty, druggists, 290 Broad. 
Barry, Edward, of B & Batty, bds Augusta Hotel. 
J3arry, l^itrick, laborer at G R R Depot. 
Bartee, John, h 67 Reynolds. 
Bartee, Wm. carpenter, h 44 Reynolds. 
Bartell, Mrs E. music teacher, h 55 Green. 



38 



AUGUSTA 



RAMSAY & LaBAW, 



BROWN STONE BUILDING, 



Opposite the Uniou Bank, and nearly opposite the Planters' Hotel. 



308 Broad Street, 



A^UaUSTA., OA_ 



AVholesale and Retail Dealers in and Manufacturers of 



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MAl.B>j t).A,j!rS»^ IMyiMiiLBj 



Oeirpet Bags, Valises, <fec. 



J8®*0ur Clothing is all WELL MADE, and is of the most 
FASHIONABLE kind. Having superior Facilities for MAN- 
UFACTURINa, they will be 



y3B£ji^: 



CITY DIRECTORY. 89 



Bartlett, Thos. carpenter, shop 18 Green, h 25 Green. 

Bartlett, W A. clerk 189 Broad, h Houston bt Green and Ellis. 

Baskewill, II E., boarding house Fenwick bt Campbell and 

Gumming. 
Bassett, Wm. G K R, h N side Fenwick bt Twigg and Mcintosh. 
Bassford, Leonard, brick yard, h 8 Calhoun. 
Bateman, A. h S side Market bt McKinne and Marbury. 
Bateman, Mrs. h S side Market bt McKinne and Mill. 
Batiste, Eliza h S E cor Kollock and Mill. 
Battle, Thos. arocer, h N side Jones bt Mill and McKinne. 
Batty, Thos W. of Barry & B, h Sand Hill. 
Baxter, John, h cor Jackson and Calhoun. 
Bayley, Wm H. h Jackson bt Green and Telfair. 
Beach, A. mechanic at Augusta Works. 
Beale, Miss Susannah, h 56 Centre. 

Beale, Thos C. h S side Market bt McKinne and Marbury. 
Beale, A. bds Market bt McKinne and Marbury. 
Beale, Mrs. boarding house, h Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 
Beale, Wm A, of Doughty, B & Co., bds Planters Hotel. 
Bean, J S. of Carmichael & B. h Broad. 
Bean, N C. book keeper and notary public, State Bank, h Sand 

Hills. 
Beard, C A. bds at Globe Hotel. 
Beasley, R. boarding house, 297 Broad. ^ 

Beers, A P. of A P B & Co, h S cor Ellis and Marbury. 
Beers, A P& Co., commission merchants, 330 Broad. 
Beers, J L. clerk at A P Bears & Co., 330 Broad. 
Bell, Francis, h Factory. 

Bell, H D. proprietor Burk House, cor Broadband Washington. 
Benjamin, Charles, varnisher at Benjamine & Goodrich, 265 

Broad. 
Benjamin, F. grocer 44 Broad. 
BENJAMIN & GOODRICH, furniture ware room, 265 

Broad. 
Benjamin, M M. of B & Goodrich, bds Mrs Kinchley, Broad. 
Bennett, Jas. h N side Walker bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Bennett, Thomas, h N side of Gardiner and W side Campbell. 
Benny, — . upholster, bds Kollock bt Telfair and Green. 
Benson, Thos, J. cabinet maker at 265 Broad, h 60 Green. 
Bernard, F. S C R R, h 25 Reynolds. 
Bernard, Philip, clerk at 202 Broad. 
Bernes, John, laborer at S C RR. 
Bessman, G W. nursery, 32 Green. 
Bessman, John W. florist, 35 Telfair, h same. 
Betison, John S. h 34 Calhoun. 

Bevans, Thos H. h S side Market bt McKinne and Mill. 
Bigby, Benjamin, wheelwright, cor Mcintosh and Ellis. 
BIGNON, A P. clothing merchant, 189 Broad, h 30 Green. 



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S. S. JONES & CO, 

DEAfiERS IN 

dTOvEd ArvB irJaAiM, 

PLAIN AND JAPANNED TIN WARE. 

Iritamiia, MmX iliUofa anb folloto Slarts, 

LIFTING PUMPS, 

Lead and Block Tin Pipes, Tin Plates, Sheet 
Iron, Wire, &c., 

AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Tin, Copper, Lead and Sheet Iron Ware. 



Done ill the most approved manner, with dispatch. 

The Trade supplied with Tin Ware, at wholesale, on the low- 
est terms. 

192 Broad Street, 

A FEW DOORS BELOW TTIE POST OFFICE CORNER, 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. 



CITY DIREOTOKY. 41 



Biguon, Amond P. dentist 217 Broad, h Green. 

Bignon, Bernard, book keeper at 195 Broad, li cor Centre and 

Talfair. 
Bignon, H A. physician, 140 Broad, h Green. 
Bignon, Joseph, agent at 14 Mcintosh, h 76 and 78 Green. 
Bird, Wm H. h Sside Ellis bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Bishop, James B. h 92 Broad. 

Black, R, C. physician, 16 Campbell, h Broad nr Campbell. 
Blackburn, L L. carpeneer at G R R. 
Blackburn, Mrs Sarah, h Factory Range, Marbury. 
Blake, J F. express office 176 Broad, bds Planters' Hotel. 
Blakely, A. books and stationery, 310 Broad, bds Augusta Hotel, 
Blalock, Augustus, with May & Co, h Ellis nr Mcintosh. 
Blalock, Mrs. h S side Ellis bt Washington and Mcintosh. 
Blanchard, W A. clerk 208 Broad. 
Blank, Adeline, h cor Gardiner and Cumming. 
Bland, F P. bds at Mrs McGowan, Factory bt Pine andMarbury. 
Blodget, Foster M. h Telfair bt Elbert and Lincoln. 
Blome, Leopold T. h 93 Ellis. 

Blount, D. carpenter at R A Grant, 34 Centre, h same. 
Blount, G A. proprietor of Washington Hall N side Walker 

bt Jackson and Campbell. 
Blount, Mrs E B. h 242 Green. 
Blume, L T. printer in Constitutionalist office. 
Blythe, George, of John I) Smithe & Co, h 36 Fenwick. 
Boardman, H M, at Wm H Goodrich's factory, h Macartan bt 

Reynolds and Bay. 
Boggs, A. teller at Branch Bank, h Reynolds. 
Boggs, A P. of Sibley, B & Co, bds Reynolds. 
Boggs, Rev G W. h Reynolds bt Campbell and Jackson. 
Bohler, Wm O. with May & Co, h 36 Ellis. 
Boisclair, L A L. conductor at G R R, h 32 Washington. 
Boisclair, M F. book keeper at G R R Bank and notary public, 

h90 Green. 
Boisclair, V W. clerk ot S C R R., h 32 Washington. 
Bolan, M J. physician, office 423 Broad, h same. 
Bollinger, J. shoe maker, 315 Broad, h nr Campbell's Infirmary. 
Bollinger, Jacob, h 30 Telfair. 

Bonchelon, Geo W. clerk at 239 Broad, bds Mansion House. 
Bond, P. h Telfair bt Lincoln and Elbert, 
BoneS; Brown & Co, hardware merchant, 281 Broad. 
Bones, James W. clerk at 281 Broad, bds Mrs Bones, Green. 
Bones, John, of J & T N B President Augusta Bank, h over 

185 Broad. 
Bones, John Samuel, of B Brown & Co, 280 Broad. 
Bones, John & Thos N. hardware merchants, 185 and 187 Broad. 
Bones, Mrs Samuel, h 164 Green. 
Bones, Thos A. of J & Thos N Bones, bds 159 Broad. 
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Bones, Thos N. clerk, J & Thos N Bones, bds Green. 

Boone, Adolph, boot and shoe maker, 19 KlHs. 

Boor, Auguatin, tailor, 230 Broad. 

Boor, Moses, tailor, 230 Broad. 

Bothwell, David E. of B & Smith, h Sand Hill. 

Bothwell & Smith, grocers, 170 Broad. 

Bottom, Mrs Martha, h 95 Ellis. 

Boulineau, Gr E. blacksmith, 39 Centre, h cor Green and Collock. 

Boullineau, Mrs. h Lincoln, bt Green and Telfair. 

Boutet, David S. h S side Telfair bt Elbert and Centre. 

Boutet, Peter, grocer, h Reynolds bt Campbell and Macartan. 

Bowdry, Dr A. "^ druggist, 123 Broad, h 18 Bay. 

Bowe, Mrs Ella, h .37 Keynolds. 

Bowe, R J. of R J B & Co,h Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 

BOWE, R J & CO. commission merchants, 287 Broad. 

BOWEN, J AS. baker, 341 Broad, h same. 

Bowen, Wm D. of Rogers & B, bds Globe Hotel. 

Bowers, Mrs M. h S side Telfair bt Jackson and Campbell. 

Bowls, Tim, laborer at Geo R Road. 

Bowett. Mrs E A. h cor Fenwick and Washington. 

Boyle, — . h S side Calhoun bt Washington and Twigg. 

Boyle, Michael, drayman, h Broad nr Mill. 

Bradbury, Mary Ann, W side Pine bt Miller and D'Autignao. 

Bradford, Miss Hester E. h 14 Broad. 

Bradford, Mrs. h 349 Broad. 

Bradley, Wm. h cor Pine and Miller. 

Bradley, Wm. h 52 Broad. 

BRAHE, F A. jeweler, 194 Broad,h Telfair bt Elbert and Centre. 

Branch, — . bds with Mrs Hodge Ellis bt McKinnc and Marbury. 

Branch Bank State Georgia, 247 Broad. 

Brandon, Geo bds at Mr Franklin's, Talcot. 

Brandon, Jno A. carpenter at Geo R Road. 

Brandt, Heman, of B & Tiambert, h Ellis bt Cummiugs and 

KoUock. 
Brandt & Lambert, clothing merchants, 324 Broad. 
Brennan, Michael, h N side Talcot above Gumming. 
Brenner, Augustus, music teacher, bds 453 Broad. 
Brenner, Geo. h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Campbell. 
Brenner, J A. telegraph inspector, h 16 Broad. 
Brenner, Peter, piano manufacturer, 458 Broad, h same. 
BRENNER, WM. manufacturer French Burr Millstones, 369 

Broad, bds Broad bt McKinney and Mill. 
Bresnahan, Jas. laborer at Geo R Road. 
Bresnahan, Jno, laborer at Geo R Road. 

Brett, A M. accountant Aug. and Sav. R R, bds Globe Hotel. 
Bricket, C. h Pine Row nr Augusta Factory. 
Bridges, Jno. tailor, over 193 Broad, h 100 Reynolds. 
Bridges, T C. h Taylor bt Washington and Twiggs. 



44 AUGUSTA 



M. O'DOWD, 

^um mi §$mmmm "^ewtaii 

DEALER IN 

Bacon, Lard, Flour, Bagging, Rope, Liquors. 
Segars, &c. 

No. 321 Broad Street, 
AUG-USTA, G-EOR.G-IA. 



E. P. C R E E N, 

MECIAIT TAILOE, 

No. 160i Broad Street, 

.A.XJC3-XJSJT-A., Gr.A^, 



Dr. CHARLES M. WRIGHT, 



Office over Carmichael & Bean's Hardware Store, 
No. 262 Broad Street, 

A.TjaXJSTA., G^. 

All operations pertaining to Dentistry faithfully and scientifi- 
lUy executed. 



GRAY & TURLEY, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

228 Broad Street, under United States Hotel. 

ATTG^USTA, G^A. 

And 115 Congress Street, opposite the Pulaski House, 
SAVANNAH, GA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 46 



Bridwell, M. clerk at W Bridwell, bds Broad nr Gumming. 

Bridwell, W. grocer, 317 Broad, bds Broad nr Cumming. 

Brightwell, J. bds 9 Jackson. 

Brigman, C. h Factory. 

Brislaham, James, h cor Gardiner and Cumming. 

Brislan, John, Grocer, 382 Broad, h same. 

Bri'stow, A C. clerk at Post Office, bds Mrs Gardner, Green nr 

Campbell. 
Britton, W B. clerk at S C B R. 

Broadhurst, G W. book keeper, 292 Broad, h 57 Green. 
Broadhurst, Mrs S. h 70 Ellis. 
Broadnax, B H. 136 Broad. 

Broadnax, T V. h S side Ellis bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Broadnax, Wm E. 136 Broad, h 120 Broad. 
Broadie, Capt Alex, h 9 Fenwick. 
Brogan, Martin, h cor Jones and McKinne. 
Broome, Jno A. li 436 Brood. 
Broom, J J, of B & Morrell, h Woodlawn. 
BROOM & MORRELL, dry good merchant, h 218 Broad. 
Broom, Thos M. painter, h 26 Broad. 

Brosnichar, John h S side Fen wick bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 
Brown, B. h S side Market bt Marbury and McKinne. 
Brown, Charles, h over 162 Broad. 
Brown, Charles L. clerk at 222, Broad. 
Brown, E W. of Brown <& Gardner. hl2 Reynolds. 
Brown & Gardner, architects over 199 Broad. 
Brown, Harvy, h 102 Ellis. 
Brown, Ira, freight conductor at G R R. 
Brown, James, freight conductor at G R R. 
Brown, James, of l^ones B & Co, bds John Bones . 
Brown, John, of Bones B & Co, bds J Bones, Broad. 
Brown, Mrs. dress maker, 86 Green. 
Brown, Mrs Elizabeth, h S side Factory. 
Brown, Mrs Martha, h 374 Broad. 
Brown, Miss Mary, h 3 Green. 
Brown, Michael, h 409 Broad. 
Brown, 8. waggon yard, cor Centre and Reynolds. 
Brown, S Ft. at Wm H Goodrich, Factory. 
Brown, Sumner, h 59 Ellis. 
Brown, Sumner, W. bds 59 Ellis. 
Brown, W E. carpenter, h 25 Calhoun. 
Brown, Mrs. h 46 Reynolds. 
Browne, S S. h ob Telfair. 

Bruce; Mrs Mary V. niillinary, 148 Broad, h same. 
Bryan, J A. printer, 46 Broad. 

Bryan, Thos. telegraphic operator, 176 Broad, bds (iiohe Hotel. 
Bryant, Geo. bds at Mrs Ferry, cor Kollock and Klli.s. 



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At this establishment will be found a constant supply of 



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WITH NOKTHEIJ^N AND SOUTHKUN GAME. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 4rY 



BRYSON, H C. commission merchant, 158 Reynolds, h Broad 
nr Planter's Hotel. 

Bryson, Wm. clerk at H C. Bryson, bds Broad bt Cummingand 
Macartan. 

Bechman, Charles, coach maker at R May, 47 Washington. 

Buckley, Daniel, N side Baines bt Gumming and Campbell. 

Buckley, Tim. black smith at Aug Works, h Summers bt Cal- 
houn and Jackson. 

Buckmaster, E J. hardware and stoves, 151 Broad, h Hamburg. 

Buford, J L. clerk at Chronicle & Sentinel office. 

Buford, Simon, printer at Constitutionalist office. 

Bulkley, C H. agent of Express office, 176 Broad bds Globe 
Hotel. 

Burch, Jeremiah, h 37 Green. 

Burch, Charles, boarding house, 49 Washington. 

Burch, E C clerk, bds at C Burch. 

Burch, J W. of* }i & Robert, bds Washington. 

BURCH & ROBERT, shoe dealers, 188 Broad. 

Burks, Edward, carpenter, h 2 Green. 

Burnett, Mrs \j. h 25 Watkins. 

Burnet, N. gardner at Bessmans' garden. 

Burns, John, h N side of Gardiner above Campbell. 

Burns, John, grocer, h 414 Broad. 

Burns, L. grocer, h Broad nr Mill. 

Burton, Francis, li 71 Reynolds. 

Busby, Miles, h Factory bt Pine and Marbury. 

Bustin, Edward, h 63 Broad. 

Butler, M. h opp Augusta factory. 

Butler, Mrs M. h N side Jones nr Mill. 

Butler, N K. grocer, 332 Broad, h same. 

Butler, N K. jr., clerk at 314 Broad; 

Butt, John D. of B, Morris & Co., h Broad. 

Butt, J W. of B. Morris & Co. h Broad. 

BUTT, MORRIS & CO, family grocers, 266 Broad. 

Butt, M M. wheelwright at R May & Co, h 149 Washington. 

Butterfield, John, at Wm IT Coodrich, Factory. 

Byrd, John J. h 451 Broad. 

Byrd, Mrs Ann, h McKinne bt Fenwick and Green. 

Byrd, P B. brick yard, h McKinne bt Green and Fenwick. 

Byrd, W. painter at W H Goodrich, h j>[cKinnebt Fenwick and 
Green. 

Byrd, Wm H. clerk at G R Road, h Broad. 

Byrne, John, of J Bryan & B. h Gardiner. 

Byrnes, Mrs R. grocery, Centre bt Reynolds and Broad. 

Byrnes, Thos. h Centre bt Reynolds and Broad. 

Byrnes, Wm. at Wm H Goodrich's factory. 



48 AUGUSTA 



CLARK & ROYAL, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Boots, Shoes, Trnnfes, Carpet Bags, <S;c. 

Opposite the Globe Hotel and Masonic Hall, Broad Street, 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

Henry E. Clarke. William S. Royal. 



FASHWMAELE MILLIMEET, 



W. & M. P. MATTHEWS, 



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DRESS TRIMMINGS, &c., 

229 Broad Street, opposite Masonic Hall, 

AUC^USTA, C^A. 



COSBY & BARTLETT, 

mUML (jEOGIES, 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



W. E. ARCHER & CO., 

PROPRIETORS 

LI¥EEI STABLE, 

Ellis Street, Between Mcintosh and Jackson, 



CITY DIKECTORY. 49 



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Caffin, II. cabinet maker and undertaker, 143 Broad, h. 79 Ellis. 
Caldwell, Mrs A C. h McKinne bt S Boundery and Fenwick. 
Calhoun, Gr M. com merchant, 158 Reynolds, bds Planter's 

Hotel. 
Callan, B. laborer, 24 Broad. 

Callihan, Patrick, h Gardiner bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Callihan, T. h Campbell bt S Boundary and 1st Level Canal. 
Calvin, Caroline, h 49 Campbell. 
Calvin, James, h 102 Keynolds. 
Calvin, J B. grocer, 46 Centre. 
CAMPBELL, DR H F. office and h 207 Broad. 
Campbell, Jas J. clerk at Zimmerman & Stovall, bds at Mrs 

Reed, Broad. 
Campbell, Col John B. bds 50 Broad. 
Campbell, Mrs P. h Factory Range, Marbury. 
Campbell, Robt. physician, Mcintosh bt Reynolds and Broad. 
Campbell, Robt. sr., h Mcintosh bt Reynolds and Broad. 
Campfield, Ed cotton merchant, Reynolds bt Jackson and 

Campbell, h Green bt Mcintosh and Washington. 
Cane, J M. glazer, h 13 Reynolds. 
Capella, G A. segar maker, h 78 Centre. 
Carey, E. h 46 Walker. 
Carlton, Mrs. h 454 Broad. 

Carmichael, A W. of C & Co, h McKinne nr Flour Mill. 
Carraicheal & Bean, hardware merchants, 262 Broad. 
Carmichael & Co., commission merchants, cor Ellis and Jackson. 
Carmichael, N W. h McKinne bt Fenwick and S Boundery. 
Carmicheal, W P. of C & Bean, h Sand Hills. 
Carpenter, Charles J. carpenter, h Twiggs nr S Boundery. 
Carpenter, John, of Blount & C, h 34 Centre. 
Carpenter, Mrs. h 106 Ellis. 
Carr, Wm. h 34 Fenwick. 

Carroll, Patrick, h Barnes bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Carter, F. physician, office and h 120 Reynolds. 
Carter, J. B. of Barrett and Carter, h Reynolds bol Campbell. 
Carter, John C. of Sheumake & C, bds at Planters' Hotel. 
Carter, P. h cor Campbell and Bay. 
Carter. P T. clerk at 296 Broad, bds U S Hotel. 
Cartledge, Augustus, bds Green. 
Cary, Mrs Elizabeth, grocery, 363 Broad, h same. 
Casey, Jerry, laborer, Ga R R Depot. 
Casey, Luke, bds 443 Broad. 

Cashin, John, machinist, h Summers bt Campbell and Jackson. 
Cashin, Lawrence, h S side Gardiner bel Cumming. 
Cashin, O E. clerk, h 345 Broad. 
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Cashin, Patrick, h N side Baines above Campbell. 

Cason, John, steward at Globe Hotel. 

Castlebery, D T. clerk at A k 8 R R, h cor Watkius and Centre. 

Castlebery, Mrs. h cor Taylor and Washington. 

Caswell, — . of Baker & C, bds Planters' Hotel. 

Castlebery, William, clerk at A & S R R, h 82 Centre. 

Catlin, Charles, Pianos and music, 221 Broad, bds Planters Hotel. 

Cauglan, D. h Jackson bt Telfair and Walker. 

Cavanagh, Wm. grocer Jackson bt Walker and Telfair, h same. 

Chaffee, D. grain dealer, cor Ellis and Mcintosh, bds U S Hotel. 

Chalmer, Wm H. ambrotype gallery, 20G Broad, bds Planters' 

Hotel. 
Chase, - . dentist, 217 Broad. 
Chasborough, J W. elerk at 175 Broad. 
Chasborough, W B. physician, 9(5 Green. 
Cheely, Thos. J & Co. mill and gin factory, Mclnt05;h nr S 

Boundery. 
Cheny, A P. master roofer, h 5 Green. 
Chew, Mrs B F. h 42 Telfair. 

Chichester, T W. Haviland, C & Co, bds Augusta Hotel. 
Christian, A. h N side Telfair bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 
Chronicle & Sentinel office, 210 Broad. 
Churchill, C. dealer in produce, cor Reynolds and Mcintosh, 
Churchill, J. h 51 Watkins. 
Churchill, L M. clerk at 248 Broad, h Hamburg. 
City Hall, Centre bt Green and Telfair. 
City Hospital, 24 Green. 

City Hotel, H B Fraser, proprietor, 147 and 149 J^road. 
City Orphan Asylum, male and female, 78 Walker bt Centre and 

Washington. 
Clogg, A. h Calhonn bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 
Clanton, Turner, office 21 Ellis, h cor Grant and Centre. 
Clapp, H H. h 12 Green. 

Clark & Adams, dry goods merchants, 314 Broad. 
Clark, J S. h S side Ellis bt AVashington and Centre. 
Clark, Mrs Mary, h McKinne bt Green and Fenwick. 
CLARKE & Co. jewelry and silver ware, 206 Broad. 
Clarke, Estis & Co., grocers, 278 Broad, 
Clarke, Henry E. of C & Royal, h county. 
Clarke, Jackson C. h 32 Reynolds. 
Clarke, J M. h over 257 Broad. 
Clarke Jas O. h 2 Calhoun. 
Clarke, Mathias, clerk at 21G Broad. 
Clarke, R C. book keeper at 185 Broad. 
Clarke, R P. h Broad. 

CLARKE & ROYAL, shoe dealers, 233 Broad. 
Claras, Hall, over 280 Broad. 
Clarkson, Henry, h 10 Fenwick. 



52 AUGUSTA 



I 

THE OLD ESTABLISHED HOUSE OF 

C. A. PLATT & CO., 

No. 214 Broad Street, 

<..♦■»> t. 

We beg to inform our friends and 'the public generally, that 
we are now in receipt of a full and complete Assortment of every 
article in our line. In the 

We have the largest and most fashionable Stock to be found in 
the Southern Country. 

A great many of our Goods are made expressly for our own 
Sales, and we warrant them to give satisfaction. 

Consists in part of Rosewood, Parlor and Chamber Furniture, 

in Brocatelle, DeLaine and Hair Cloth. Mahogany, Black 

Walnut and Imitation Furniture. Enamelled, Chamber 

and Cottage Setts. Tote-a-Tetes, Sofas, Wardrobes, 

Bureaus, Wash Stands, Hat Stands, Side Boards, 

Cottage and French J^edsteads. A large stock of 

Pier and Mantle Looking Glasses. 

Carpets. — Crossley's best Medallion Velvet ; do do English 
do; do do Brussels do; Three Ply: English and American Tapes- 
try Ingrain; Super and Superfine Ingrain; Venetian Stair Car- 
pets, of all widths; Stair Rods. 

As we have imported the largest portion of the above stock, 
can oflfer them at greatly reduced prices. We only ask a full 
examination before purchasing elsewhere, as we will guarantee to 
sell CHEAPER and better ooods than have ever been sold in 
this city. 

CURTAIN MATERIALS of the latest and most approved 
styles. We have just received a direct importation, which we 
can warrant as represented, and will have them made up to order 
in any style required. Damask, Lace and Muslin Curtains, Crim- 
son Turkey Cloth, an entirely new article, Cornices, Pins and 
Bands, Centre Tassels, Loops and Cords. \ 

OIL CLOTHS of all widths, which will be cut to fit any size 
room or entry in one piece. 

Purchasers are invited to examine our varied and extensive 
Stock, as we are enabled to oSev inducements unequalled by any 
other establishment. 

Carpets and Oil Cloth Cut to fit, without extra charge. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 53 



Clarkson, John, moulder at Augusta Works, bds Mrs Keys. 

Clary, John, laborer SCR Road, h 45 Washington. 

Clayton, E P. of Phinezy & Co, h Sand Hills. 

Clayton, John J. of C &Kennaday, h Green. 

CLAYTON & KENNADY, clothing merchants, 173 Broad. 

Cleary, John, clerk, SCR Road Co, h Washington. 

Clegg, Archibald, h cor Mcintosh and Calhoun. 

Clemance, A F. bds United States Hotel. 

Clements, J L. h 72 Ellis. 

Cleveland, Vanoy, clerk, Fleming & Rowland, bds Mansion House. 

Clifford, Jas. clerk, Edw F Gallagher, bds 379 Broad. 

Clifford, Wm. h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Campbell. 

Cline, Edward, marble cutter, bds Jackson nr Campbell's In- 
firmary. 

Cline, John, laborer at Aug and Sav R Road. 

Clockly, Dr M A. homapathist, 290 Broad, bds Planter's Hotel. 

Clune, John, h S side Fenwick bt Campbell and Jackson. 

Cobb, Thos. h 14 Fenwick. 

Cochran, Peter, engineer, h Mcintosh, bt Calhoun and Taylor. 

Code, Mrs Catharine, h N side Jonos bt McKinne and Mill. 

Coffee, Mrs Bridget, grocery, 210 Green, h same. 

Coffin, John G. of Coffin & Trowers, h 17 Green. 

COFFIN & TROWERS, Painters, Jackson bt Ellis and Green. 

Coggins, M. fireman Aug and Sav R Road. 

Coggings, Robt. fireman A & S R R, h cor Pine and I)' Antignac. 

COHEN, M. agent Singer Sewing Machine, 182^ Broad. 

Cohne, S. boot and shoe store, 144 Broad, h same. 

Coker, R H. lumber agent, bds at G Kahrs. 

Collin, Mrs Harriett, h 367 Broad. 

Coleman, Jas. h 40 Fenwick. 

Coleman, Thos. (xeo R Road. 

Coleman, V. h Pine Row nr Augusta Factory. 

Coleman, W. tailor, 238 Broad. 

Collier, Jas G. h S side Elbert bt McKinne and Marbury. 

Collins, D. grocer, 24 Centre, h same. 

Collins, Dennis, h Barnes bt Cumming and Campbell. 

Collins, Mrs. mantumaker, 326 Broad. 

COLLINS, MRS V V. millinary, 310 Broad. 

Combs & McKenney, commission merchants, 336 Broad. 

Combs, S T. of C & McKenney, bds at Mrs Reed's opp Planter's 
Hotel. 

Cone, ff C. attorney, office over Aug& Ins Bank, bds City Hotel. 

Cone, Wm. carpenter at Geo R Road. 

Cone, Wm. h Fenwick bt Campbell and Cumming. 

(Jonett, Toney, h Fenwick bt Campbell and Cumming. 

CONLEY, FORCE & CO. wholesale shoe dealers, 268 Broad. 

Conley, Benjamin, mayor city of Augusta, and of C, Force & Co, h 
3 Jackson, 



54 AUGUSTA 



GEORCE A. DATES & BROTHER'S 

BOOK AND MUSIC STORE, 

Broad Street, between the United States and Globe Hotels, 

Where can always be found a splendid assortment of PIANO FORTES 

of 6, 6:J-, 6^, ej and 7 octaves, from the celebrated manufactories of A. H 
GALE & CO, BACON & RAVEN, and F. HAZLETON & CO., New York' 
for all of whom they are the sole agents. They are made of the best sea- 
soned materials, and of great strengh, to stand the Southern cUmate, and 
are selected by one of the firm at the factories. They are warranted in 
every respect, and are oflcred at low prices for cash or city acceptances. 

Also, on hand a fine stock of Carhart & Ncedham's and Prince's MELO' 
DEONS, VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTES, CLARIONETS, ACCOR- 
DEONS, BANJOES, STRINGS, and all sorts of Musical Merchandise. 

BANDS supplied with all kinds of Brass Instruments, of the best makers" 

Their collection of PRINTED MUSIC for the Piano, Guitar, and other 
instruments, is by far the largest in the State. 

ALSO, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

@@i®©L Mm mm^^h^km^®^s^ ®ooKa» 

FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC STATIONERY, 

Gold and Steel Pens and Pencil Cases ; English, French and American 
Writing Papers; Copying and Seal Presses; BngHsh and American Copy- 
ing, Writing and Indelible Inks ; Letter, Note and Wedding Envelopes; 
Port Folios; Ivory Tablets; Writing Desks; Backgammon Boards ; Gum 
Tickets; Dominoes; Playing, Visiting and Printers' C'ards; Pen Knives; 
Drawing Paper ; Water Colors ; Mathematical Instruments ; Card Cases ; 
Port Monaies; Pencils; Bristol Board; all kinds of Drawing Materials; 
also, a large assortment of fine Line Engravings and Lithogniphs. 

Books being constantly ordered, a single volume, of the smallest value 
may be sent for. 

ALSO, PUBLISHERS OF 

GATES' NE PLUS ULTRA INTEREST TABLES, at G per cent, per 
annum, 8vo., $2— Abridged $1 25. 

GATES' NE PLUS ULTRA INTEREST TABLES, at 7 per cent, per 

annum, 8 vo., $2 — Abridged $1 25. 
GATES' STERLING INTEREST TABLES, at 5 per cent, from £1 to 

£10,000, 4to— price $5. 
GATES' EXCHANGE TABLES, from ^ of 1 per cent, to 12 per cent., by 

eighths — price $3. 



CITY DIRECTOKY. 55 



Conlin, Dominic, machinist at Aug Works, h Gardiner. 

Conneley, John, carpenter at Geo R Road. , 

Connell, Mary, h N side of Gardiner nr Campbell. 

Conner, Jas. bds Mrs McGouan, h Factory bt Pine and Marbury. 

Conner, Jeremiah, h W side Campbell bt Barnes and Gardiner. 

Conner, Mrs J. h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 

Conner, Margaret, grocery, cor Campbell and Talcot. 

Conner, P H. bds Augusta Hotel. 

Conner, Rev R A. minister (African) M E Church, h parsonage 

of St Johns Church. 
Conniff, Misses, cloak and dress makers, h 221 Broad. 
Conniff, Wm. assistent clerk S C Depot. 
Conoly, John, h S side Watkins nr City Jail. 
Conrad, J . tailor, cor Jackson and Ellis, h Houston bt Walker 

and Telfair. 
Consedine, Timothy, boot and shoe maker, 16 Mcintosh, h same. 
Constitutionalist Office, 191 Broad. 
Conw.ay, John, tailor, 238 Broad. 
Conway, M. grocer, 430 Broad, h same. 
Cooke, Aaron, clerk 270 Broad, bds Augusta Hotel. 
Cooke, F H. clothing merchant, 203 Broad, h 116 Green. 
Cook, John, h Jackson bt D'Antignac and Boundary. 
Cooke, John, tailor, h Calhoun. 
Cook, N J. wheelwright at H S Martin's. 
Cook, Samuel, boarding house, cor Fenwick and Cumming. 
Cook, Thos. h N side Telfair bt Elbert and Centre. 
Cook, Thos S. h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 
Coombs, S B. Geo R Road, bds with Mrs Kandrick, Broad. 
Coonay, Jno. grocer, 17 Centre, h same. 
Cooper, C B, tinner 257 Broad, h Ellis. 
Cooper, Mrs Eliza, h 94 Reynolds. 

Cooper, Geo. machinist, cor Jackson and Calhoun, h 26 Fenwick. 
Cooper, W H. of Laniback & C, h 77 Broad. 
Corbet, Jno. drayman, E side Campbell bt. Fen wick and Gardiner. 
Corbley, John, at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 
Cormick, Edward, laborer Geo R Road. 
Correll, A S. 11 Ellis, bds Globe Hotel. 
COSBY & BARTLETT, grocers 132 Broad. 
Cosby, Overton, of Cosby & Bartlett, bds T Bartlett 25 Green. 
Cosgrave, E. carpenter Aug & Sav R Road. 
Cosgrave, Lawrence, laborer, Aug Works, h Gardiner. 
Coskery, John, treasurer iron steamboat Co, h 159 Broad. 
Coskery, Robert, City Bank, h 187 Green. 
Coskery, Samuel, book keeper and notary public. City Bank. 
Coskery, Thos W. of Roberts, Coskery & Co, bds over 159 Broad. 
Costello, Jas. grocer, cor Washington and Fenwick, h same. 
Courtney, Thos. Librarian Young Men's Library Association, h 

Mcintosh nr Calhoun. 



56 



AUGUSTA 



FLEMING $t ROWLAND, 

Keep on hand large Stocks of 

Sugar, Coffee, Bagging, Rope, Salt, Nails, Molasses, and 

every description of Groceries, (Liquors excepted.) 

283 Broad Street, 

AUG-USTA, G-A., 

PORTER FLEMING. CHA8. A. ROWLAND. 

H. & J. MOORE & CO., 

OPPOSITE GLOBE HOTEL, 

AUGUSTA., GJ^., 



Importers and Dealers in 
Foreign and Domestic 

Xxroxxy Steely 

9>ail£ aitJ& Spiinjg[ 

s us ¥ I. e £ ¥» 

Nails, Smiths' and Carpen- 
ters' Tools, Agricultu- 
ral Implements, Guns, 
Pistols, &c. 




HENRY MOORE. 



J. B. MOORE. 



WILLIAM CRAIG. 



JAMES BOWEN, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




Of all kinds, by the Barrel. 
341 :^x>octci. lStx*eety JBL.'VLe^vM.mta,^ €3r^. 



CITY DIRECTOEY. 57 



Cox, J T. conductor G- R R^ h N side Telfair bt Campbell and 

Cumming. 
Cox, W B. conductor G R R, h 196 Green. 
Craig, John, cashier Union Bank, h289 Broad. 
Craig, William, of H and J Moore & Co., bds Planters Hotel. 
Crane, Cbas M. clerk, h 154 Reynolds. 
Crane, Geo W. cotton buyer and packer, Reynolds bt Jackson 

and Campbell; h Green bt Washington and Mcintosh. 
Crane, Henry W. clerk at 258 Broad, bds 154 Reynolds. 
Crane, W H. dry goods merchant, 222 Broad, h 154 Reynolds. 
Crane, W H. clerk at State Bank, bds 154 Reynolds. 
Crawford, Mrs Ann, h cor Reynolds and Lincoln. 
Crawford, Mathew, h 5 Bay. 
Crawford, Robt. h Pine Row nr Augusta Factory. 
Cress, John G. of Hickman, Hills & C, bds Globe Hotel. 
Crew, J F. conductor at G R R. 
Crimanon, John, harness maker, 48 Campbell. 
Crinop, George H. book keeper at 189 Broad, h74 Broad. 
Crittenden, Carter, coach maker, h 457 Broad. 
Crittenden, Thos. bds 457 Broad. 
Crittenden, Wm. grocer, 338 Broad, bds 357 Broad. 
Critz, Peter, h S side Walker bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Critz, Peter, bds with W W Barron, Ellis bt Campbell and 

Jackson. 
Croke, E. conductor at G R R. 

Cross, Richard, E side Pine bt 2nd level of Canal and D'Antignac. 
Crosslan, Jas. bds 9 Jackson. 
Crump, A B. with May & Co. 
Crum, Mrs Elizabeth, h 74 Broad. 
Culbrith, Mary, h bt Walker and Telfair. 
Culpeper, — . planing mill at G R R. 
Culpeper, Walker, h cor Jackson and S. Broad. 
Culpeper, Wm. h Jackson bt D'Antinac and Boundery. 
Cumming, Col. H H. attorney at law, Mcintosh, Law Range, h 

Broad bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 
Cumming, Julien, attorney at law. Law Range, Mcintosh. 
Cnmnjing, John, h Summers bt Jackson and Campbell. 
Cumming, J. book agent, cor Broad and Campbell, h same. 
Cumming, T. Salter of T S C & Co, bds Planters' Hotel. 
Cumming, T S & Co, dry goods merchants, Broad. 
• Cumming, Col. William, h Mcintosh bt Telfair and Green. 
Cummings, Thos. laborer at S C R R. 

Cummings, William, finisher at G R R, bds 149 Washington. 
Cummings, W H. foreman at plaining mill. G R Road. 
Cunningham, Geo. h 38 Fenwick. 
Cumsty, W J. clerk at 121 Broad. 
Curtis, •—. h 89 Broad. 
Curtis, Davis L. h 434 Broad. 
6 



58 AUGUSTA 



CLARK & CO. 



i^-' 



^ 3S ^f?0^ US "SLk 3E1= "^T 



MfcflR WARl 



f AlCf fiO'OBS. 

THE LAIKJEST STOCK IN THE SOUTHERN COUNTKY, 

At the Lovrest Prices. 



Silver Ware. — Tea Sets, Pitchers, Goblets, Castors, Candle- 
sticks, Forks, Spoons,, and every thing in Silver that is 
desirfible for the family or pleasant to the 
fancy. 

Plated Goods in Infinite Variety. 

JEWELRY, in Diamonds, Cameo, Etmscan, Coral, Mosaic, &c. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 59 



I). 

Dagnel, Elizabelh, h N W cor Kollock and D'Aiitiuac, 

Dale, James, fireman at Aug & Sav R R. 

Dall, Fredrick, carpenter at G R R. 

Daley, Henry, boot and shoe dealer, 226 Broad. 

Dailey, Nicholas, shoe store, 264 Broad. 

Danford, Jacob, h N side Ellis bt Marbury and Kollock. 

Danforth, Mrs Maria, h 95 Green. 

Daniel, Mrs Elizabeth, h Ellis bt Mill and McKinne. 

Daniel, W B. clerk at 239 Broad, bds Mansion House. 

Daniels, Thomas, mate on Talamake, h cor Reynolds and Lincoln. 

D'Antinac & Evans, office 251 Broad. 

D'Antinac, Evans & Co. com merchants, Jackson bt Fen wick 

and Walker. 
D'Antinac, Harris, of D' A k Hubbard, h 167 Green. 
D'Antinac & Hubbard, family grocers, 292 Broud. 
D'Antinac, Wm M. of D'A, Evans & Co, h 292 Broad. 
Darby, Edward, painter at (I R R, h 6 Broad. 
Darby, Ed. bds 52 Telfair. 
Darby, William, painter at G R R, h 52 Telfiiir. 
Darden, Geo. bds U S Hotel. 
DARROW, JULIUS, manufacturer of saddles, harness c^c. 169 

Broad. 
Daughtrey, Jacob, h Telfair bt Lincoln and Elbert. 
Davis, James W. cashier at Bank of Augusta, h over Bank. 
Davis, A J. foreman of freight cars at G R R, h 36 C^alhouu. 
Davis, James, carpenter, h 16 Calhoun. 
Davis, Joseph, clerk at 151 Broad, bds Washington Hall. 
Davis, Joseph, grocer, 443 Broad, h same. 
Davis, J W. moulder at Augusta works. 
Davis, Mrs E. h 71 Reynolds. 
Davis, Thos. clerk at 210 Broad. 
Davis, William, h 152 Green. 
Davis, Wm. bds 9 Jackson. 
Davis, W C. moulder at Augusta works. 
Davis W J. book keeper at Bath's paper mill. 
Davison, John, warehouse and com merchant, 6 Mcintosh, li cor 

Melntosh and Reynolds. 
Davison, M. clerk at 202 Broad. 
Davison & Strahan, com merchants, Reynolds bt Jackson and 

Mcintosh. 
Davison, Wm B. of D & Strahan, h bt Reynolds and Mcintosh. 
Davis, H D. clerk at 216 Broad. 
Dawson, James C. of D & Skinner, h Ellis bt Washington and 

Mcintosh. 
Dawson & Skinner, grocers, 256 Broad, 



60 AUGUSTA 



J. J. JACOBUS, 

ATTQ)11I¥ AT hK 

AND 

MOTAIT PTOLI€. 



Corner Broad and Campbell Streets, 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



JAMES A. JONES, 

"WAREHOUSE & GENERAL COMMISSION 

^1 



,AXJG-XJSTA, G-A., 

WILL ATTEND STRICTLY TO THE SALE OF 

COTTON, BACON, GRAIN, 

And all other Produce consigned to him. 

Personal attention given to the Filling of all Orders for Bagging 

Rope and Family Supplies. Liberal cash advances 

made on produce in store. 

williaC crBSowT^ 






Comer Broad and Campbell Streets, 



AUGUSTA, GA 



CITY DIRECTOKY. 61 



Day, C B. of J M Newbury & Co, h over 221 Broad. 

Day, Joseph H. clerk at 225 Broad, bds Globe Hotel. 

Day, Micheal, laborer, h 16 Telfair. 

Day, Samuel, h S side D'Antignac bt Pine and Marbury. 

Deal, Wm M. clerk at A Stevens, bds 299 Broad. 

Dean, Joshua, painter, h 249 Green. 

Dearing, W E. physician, cor Campbell and Ellis, h Woodlawn. 

Delaigle, Charles, h 70 Green. 

Delaigle, C N. h 177 Broad. 

Delaigle, Henry R. at Charles Delaigle. 

Delaigle, Lewis, bds S side Ellis bt "Washington and Centre. 

Delaigle, N A. physician, office Warren Block. 

Delane, Wm. clerk at 228 Broad. 

Delettre, M N. agent S C Through Depot, bds City Hotel. 

DeLherhe & Co, book and shoe maker, 10 Washington. 

Demartin, R. E. Cily Express, h over 219 Broad. 

Deming, S C. dry goods merchant, 253 Broad. 

Dempsey, H. Express Office, bds Augusta Hotel. 

Denning, D H. of Denning & Tuttle, brick contractors, li Twigs. 

DENNIS, DR JOHN, 121 Broad, h 123 Broad, 

Derry, Joseph, bds 99 Reynolds. 

Derry, Wm C. h 99 Reynolds. 

Desmand, Dennis, h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Campbell. 

Devine, M J. job printer Constitutionalist Office. 

Dicks, Augustus, h 212 ^ Broad. 

Dickey & Phibbs, dry goods, 279 Broad. 

Dickey, Rev. missionary to Ashbury (M E) Mission Church, h 

Parsonage St Johns Church. 
Dickey, Samuel, of D & Phibbs, h Reynolds. 
Dill, Jas S. of W E Archer & Co, bds at AV E Archer, Green. 
Dill, Mrs Ann, h 442 Broad. 

Dillon, Geo C. clerk, P 0, bds Mrs Gardner, Green nr Campbell. 
Dillon, Wm C. clerk P O, bds Burke House. 
Dilworth, F. conductor Geo R Road. 

Dilworth, 0. boarding house, Fenwick bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Dimick, B C. discount clerk State Bank, h Market bt McKinne 

and Marlburry. 
Dinkins, Micagah, h S side Factory. 
Dixon, John M. h 355 Broad. 

Dixon, Mrs Frances, h S side Ellis bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Dodd, Chas E agent, Campbell bt Ellis and Broad, bds at Mrs 

Kinchley's, Broad. 
DODGE, GEO R. dyer and scourer, 211 Green. 
Doe, John, h Baines bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Donagan, Thos. h Telfair. 
Donlon, M. laborer Aug & Sav R Road, h AVashington bt 

Fenwick and Calhoun. 
Donnovan, Owen, carpenter, h 22 Walker. 



62 AUGUSTA 



SPEARS & HIGHT, 

AXJG-USTA, G^A., 

Have just received a well selected Stock of 

Ksssiisa, asHsa ma mwmsmi 




PAINTS, OILS, PUTTY, GLASS, 

DENTAL AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, 

AND 

FINCY MTICIiES. 

Our Goods are selected witli care aud will be Warranted as 
represented. 



Physicians can rely on having their Prescriptions carefully 
compounded at all hours. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 63 



Donohoue, Owen, laborer, h 464 Broad. 

Doolittle, — . h 10 Broad. 

Doolittle, Mary, li Talcot bt Campbell and Gumming. 

Borland, J V. druggist, 171 Broad. , 

Dorr, Augustus, tailor, h Ellis. ^ 

Dorr, John, clerk, 228 Broad. 

Dorr, Mrs. h Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 

Dorshar, W H. grocer, 106 Broad. 

Dortic. G T. family grocers, 178 Broad, h 133 Reynolds. 

Dortic, J A. clerk 178 Broad, bds G T Dortic. 

Dortic, W T, clerk Geo R Road. 

Doscher, Jno. grocer, cor Mcintosh and Fenwick, h same. 

Doughty, Beall & Co, warehouse and com. merchants, Jackson 

bt Bay and Reynolds. 
Doughty, C AV. of D, Beall & Co, bds Walker bt Centre and 

Elbert. 
Doughty, E W. of D, Beall & Co, h 62 Walker. 
Doughty, L Gr. clerk, D, Beall & Co, bds Walker bt Centre and 

Elbert. 
Doughty, Dr Wm H. physician, ofl&ce 42 Centre, h cor Centre 

and Fenwick. 
Douglas, Robert, jr. stage agent. Office Augusta Hotel. 
Doulin, Mike, laborer Aug and Sav R Road. 
Downing, Phillip, watchman G R R, h Gardiner bel Cumming. 
Dressel, Frederick, h 32 Calhoun. 

Dubois, Jno. boot and shoe maker, bds cor Telfair and Jackson. 
Dufiy, Jas. h S side Ellis bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Dugan, R. laborer, h Alloy bt Fenwick and Calhoun. 
Dugas, Dr L N. physician, office and h 187 and 188 Broad. 
Dugas, L B. h 424 Broad. 
Dugas, LC. h47 Broad. 

Dunbarj E A. clerk, 233 Broad, bds Mrs Reed's. 
Dunham, Samuel, carponterG R R, h 54 Campbell. 
Dunlap, Mrs Ann, h 416 Broad. 
Dunn, — . at Wm II Goodrich's Factory. 
Dunn, Catharine, h Fenwick bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Dunn, Luke, laborer S C R R, h Washington bt Calhoun and 

Fenwick. 
Dunn, Patrick, carpenter G R Road. 
Dunn, Parrick, gardner, h Campbell nr Baines. 
Dunnigan, Mrs M. grocery. Centre bt Reynolds and Broad. 
Dunston, Jas. bds with Mrs Hodge, Ellis nr McKinna. 
Durst, Jno. carpenter, h 390 Broad. 
Dusenburry, G A. book-keeper Planter's Hotel. 
Duvegno, Mrs A. h 61 Reynolds. 
Dwelle, Chas. of C & L Dwelle, h Green. 
DWELLE C & L. shoe dealers, 306 Broad. 
Dwelle, Lemuel, jr. of C & L Dwelle, h 429 Broad. 



64 AUGUSTA 



C. & L. DWELLE, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 

BOOTS, SHOES & LEATHER, 

306 Broad Street, 
Charles Dwelle, Lemuel Dwelle, Jr. 

lONCHLEY^ 

PRODUCE AND COMMISSION 



AND DEALERS IN 

Com, Wheal, Bacon, Flour, Oats, Hay, &c., 

144 Reynolds Street, 

8@"Particular attention given to the sale of all Consignments. 
E. F. KiNCHLEY. B. S. Sanchez. 

"thaddeus oakman. 



m m m & oik a 

AND 



Purchasing and Collecting Agent, 

Office over City Bank, 
AUG-XJSTA, G^A. 



CITY DIKECTORY. 65 



Dwelle, Lemuel, sr. of C & L Dwelle, h Broad. 

Duyer, Thos. grocer, 122 Broad, h same. 

Dye, Jas. h 124 Reynolds. 

Dye, Jas. h S side Watkins nr City Jail. 

Dye, Jas M. of Jas M Dye & Co, h Reynolds bt Washington 

and Centre. 
Dye, J M <& Co. com. merchants, Reynolds, bt Washington and 

Mcintosh. 
Dye, Mrs M W. h 385 Broad. 



E. 



Eagerty, Mrs E. grocery, 387 Broad, h same. 

Earnest, Fanny, h cor Pine and D'Antinac. 

Easterling, James, clerk, 130 Broad, h 3 Ellis. 

Easterling, Mrs B. h 36 Centre cor Broad. 

Easterling, R C. merchant, 140 Broad, h E Boundery. 

Eddy, J C. clerk 177 Broad. 

Edwards, W H. clerk at 258 Broad. 

Eldens, Jas, bds U S Hotel. 

Elkins, S clothing merchant, 202 Broad. 

Ellicott, Charles at Gr R R., h cor Centre and Fenwick. 

Ellis, Jane Mrs. h N side Telfair bt Campbell and Cumming. 

Elliot. R. h 6 Fenwick. 

Elliot, Robinson, cabinet maker, h 37 Reynolds. 

Elwood, D P. Express Office, bds Augusta Hotel. 

Emery, C. ice dealer, 110 Broad, h same. 

Emmerson, Chas. clerk at S S Jones. 

Eramerson, S J. tinner at 192 Broad. 

Engine House, No 6, E side Kollock nr M Hights' car factory. 

Enoch, John, h S side Gardiner bel Cumming, 

Epley, Lancy, h Factory bt Pine and Marbury. 

Erniputch, W. classical school 160 Broad. 

Estis, Chas. of E & Clarke, h 347 Broad. 

Evans, Charles, S side D'Antinac bt Pine and Kollock. 

Evans, Geo. W. of D'Antinac, E & Co, h cor Mcintosh and 

Broad. 
Evans, Martha, h Factory bt Marbury and Pine. 
Evans, Thos. clerk at A Stevens, bds 299 Broad. 
Evans, Wm A of D'Antinac, E & Co, bds cor Mcintosh and 

Broad. 
Eve, J A. physician, h and office cor Green and Washington. 
Eve, Mrs Jane M. school teacher over 269 Broad. 
Eve, W J. h 79 Broad. 
Evers, George, baker, h over 26 Centre. 
Evers, Henry, baker 28 Centre. 



ri6 



AUGUSTA 



WILLIAM O. PRICE, 

No. 238 Broad Street, 



•O 1D« O^ "GP X^ i: 3^ 3FL 



*■ 



AND 



iiHir 



i^S ^ilHiS^liE iilSl&LL¥« 



P. & M. GALLAHER, 



DEALERS IN 



FANCY AND STAPLE 






No. 186 Broad Street, 



^UGUST^, GJL. 



HARPER C. BRYSON, 

WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION 



FERE PROOF WAREHOUSE, 
.^XTO-XJST'jSL, G-J3L. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 67 



Fagau, Jane, grocery, 215 (ireen. 

Fagan, John, grocer. Centre bt Reynolds and Broad, li same. 

Fagan, Philip, laborer at S C Through Depot. 

Fargo, Crordon, h 98 Ellis. 

Fargo, Jos C. of Wilkinson & F. h Reynolds bt Campbell and 
Macartan. 

Farimau, Patrick, gardiner at Bessman's Garden. 

Farmer, James, carpenter at Gr R R. 

Farrer, Daniel, marble cutter, cor Ellis and 3lcIntosh. 

Farrer, "Sirs Martha, h cor Taylor bt Twiggs and Washington. 

Farrow, Mrs M. h N side Telfair bt Cumming and Kollock. 

Fashion ]jine Steam Boat office, 2, cor Bay and Mcintosh. 

Faughnan, Andrew, A & 8 R R, h 26- Walker. 

Faughnan, M. boot and shoe maker, 117 Broad, h 26 Walker. 

Faughnan, Miles, shoe maker, 117 Broad, bds 26 Walker. 

Faughnan, Stephen, boot maker, 117 Broad, bds 26 Walker. 

Fay, Patrick, laborer, h cor Twiggs and Watkins. 

Felder, Wm Ji. physician, 42 Centre, h 22 Fenwick. 

Ferbers, John, Georgia Bakery, 51 Campbell. 

F'erguson, Anthony, grocery, Twiggs. 

Fernagan James, clerk at 270 Broad, bds Mrs Kinsley. 

FERRY, G W. hats and caps merchant, 244 Broad, bds Au- 
gusta Hotel. 

Ferry, John, watch maker at 206 Broad. 

Fields, S. agent Chronicle & Sentinel, bds U S Hotel. 

Filtz, G. soap factory, Campbell, h Gardiner bt Cumming and 
Campbell. 

Finnigan, James, clerk at 299 Broad, bds Mrs Kinsley. 

Finn, Mrs John, h 144 Green. 

Fireman's Hall, 146 Green. 

Fish, J. of McConnell & F. h Walker bt Centre and Washington. 

Fisk, John M. h 91i Reynolds. 

Fitzgcrrald, Denis, laborer at A & S R R. 

Fix, William, E side Campbell nr 8 Boundary. 

Fletcher, Anderson, carpenter, h 427 Broad. 

Flemming, Jas. h 459 Broad. 

Fleming, J F of P & J F F, h Woodlawn. 

Fleming, Mrs P B. h 89 Ellis. 

Fleming, P. of F & Rowland, and. of P & J F F, h cor Camp- 
field and Reynolds. 

Fleming, P & J. commission merchants, 5 Campbell. 

FLEMMING & ROWLAND, wholesale groceries, 283 Broad. 

Fleming, Robt A. book-keeper at P & J F Fleming, bds at Mrs 
31oragne, Reynolds nr Campbell, 



AUGUSTA 



^ CLAYTON & KENNADY, 



MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN 



(^4 



^3H 




ALSO, 



Fijiiisiiis mem, 

IN GREAT VARIETY. 
All of which will be sold on reaaonable terms. 

Store 97 Broad Street, 
Under the Augusta Hotel, 



CITY DIKECTORY. 69 



Flemming, Thos W. collector and surveyor port of Augusta, 144 

Reynolds, h 135 Green. 
Fletcher, Minta, h cor Miller and Kollock. 
Flish, L. carpenter at 111 Broad. 

Florence, Mrs Elizabeth, dry goods, 228 Broad, h 402 Broad. 
Flynn, Patrick, porter, h 407 Broad. 
FOaARTY, T P. druggist and apothecary, 171 Broad, bds 

Augusta Hotel. 
Force, Charlotte, W side of Campbell, 1st level of Canal. 
Force John T. of Conley, F & Co, h Green. 
Ford, N C. of Conley, F & Co, h 174 Green.* 
Ford, E E, D D, pastor of St Paul Church, h 10 Bay. 
Ford, E L clerk at Carmichael & Co, bds cor Elbert and Bay. 
Ford, L D & D, physicians, ofl&ce and h 132 Green. 
Ford, Nicholas A. h S E cor Pine and D^ Antinac. 
Ford, Sylvester, plaster, h 417 Broad. 
Ford, T B physician, office 20 Mcintosh. 
Foreman, S C. clerk 218 Broad. 
Foster, C N. clerk at Planters' Hotel. 
Foster, John, butcher, h 17 Bay. 
Foster, John, jr, bds 17 Bay. 

Fountain, Mrs Nancy, h Pine Row nr Augusta Factory. 
South Ward Free School, in front of Factory, N side Fenwick, 
Frain, S A & R. grocers, cor Walker and Campbell, h same. 
Frank, Mrs Louisa, h 81 Ellis. 

Franklin, Benjamin, boarding house, Talbot bel Cumming. 
Frasier, Mary, h cor Baines and Cumming. 
Frazer, B T. bds City Hotel. 
Frazer, Walter H. h book-keeper at City Hotel. 
FREDERICK, A. confectioner, over 182 Broad. 
FREEMAN, J W. jewelry and watch-maker, 312 Broad, bds 

Planters' Hotel, 
Freeman, Johnson, h E side Cumming bt Baines and Gardiner. 
Freeman, Miss Susan, h Houston bt Telfair and Walker. 
Freeman, Sarah E. h Twigg. 
Freeman, Mrs T W. h over 314 Broad. 

Freeman, Thaddeus, S side Fenwick bt Cambell and Cumming. 
Freeman, Washington, h Factory. 
Freeman, W R. artist, bds Augusta Hotel. 
Frost, Samuel, tinner G R R, h 84Centre. 
Fryer, Mrs Mary, h over 135 Broad. 
Fuller, Joseph, h 53 Green. 

G. 

Gairdner, Henry K. clerk 6 Mcintosh, bds on Bay. 
Gairdner, Maj . James,- offiQ^ Liocolp bt Bay and Reynolds, 



70 



AUGUSTA 



nT 



BURCH & ROBERT, 



At»the old stand of J. W. Burch, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



BOOTS liiD mu 



mUIIS, fiASPi? Mi 



School Satchels^ Sfc.^ 



188 Broad St., opposite the Adams Express Co., 



A.XjaUST A, GJ^. 



A general and well selected assortment of Goods in the above 
line constantly on hand. Their Shoes are made especially for 
the Retail Trade, and will be sold upon reasonable terms. 



C^siaU SiJLELdl ^c^c^ "^L^l^c^ccgi. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 71 



Gallaher, — . h 25 Washington. 
Gallaher, Edward, grocer 159, bds Augusta Hotel. 
Gallagher, Edw F. grocer, 379 Broad, h same. 
Gallaher, Jas. 9 Green. 

GALLAHER, T & M. dry goods merchants, 186 Broad. 
Gallaher, Thomas, grocery, Twigs. 
Gallaway, David, garduer, h 244 Green. 
Galvin, D, grocer, h Jackson bt Fen wick and Calhoun. 
Galvin, Daniel, tinner, Geo R Road. 
Galvin, John, h E side Campbell bt Fenwick and Gardiner. 
Gannon, Wm. bds N side Telfair bt Centre and "Washington. 
Gardiner, R H. h 360 Broad. 

Gardner, Jas. h S side Telfair bt Elbert and Centre. 
Gardner, Mrs. h S side Telfair bt Centre and Washington. 
Gardner, Mrs. h 189 Green. 
Gardner, Jas T. blacksmith shop, 8 Centre. 
Gardner, Mrs Thos. h 1 Bay. 

Garrigan, Jas. carpenter, S side Talcot bt Curaming and Campbell. 
Garritt, Sarah, h 220 Green. 
Gartrel, J M. bds City Hotel. 
Garrin, Dr J P. physician, h 80 Broad. 
Gavin, Peter J. at Girrardey's Saloon. 
Garwood, C J. of G & Russel, h 327 Broad. 
Garwood & Russel, grocers, 327 Broad. 
Gatlin, J B. clerk for L Wimberly, cor Twigs and Taylor. 
Genereaux, Geo. at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 
Georgia R R Bank, 197 Broad. 

Gerard, — . physician, Mcintosh bt Reynolds and Broad, bds same. 
Gerraon, M. h 57 Watkins. 
Gibbs, E H. carpenter, h 44 Broad. 
Gibbs, Geo C. clerk 241 Broad. 
■Gibbs, L Y. clerk 241 Broad. 

Gibson, Henry B. bds Fenwick bt Campbell and Camming. 
Gibson, Jno A. clerk J H Anderson, bds C Hotel. 
GIBSON, WM. attorney at law, cor Broad and Campbell, h 

453 Broad. 
Gilbert, W J. superintendent Augusta Works. 
GIRARDEY, EDW. Lafayett Hall, 272 and 274 Broad, Res- 

torant and Billiard Saloon, under Concert Hall. 
GIRARDEY, I P. confectioner and restorant, h 140 Broad. 
Girdner, Gordin, architect at F Brown & Co's, Bay. 
Gissfort, Adol. h 22 Telfair. 

Glascock, Edw B. assistant P Master, bds 78 Green. 
Gleason, Patrick, h cor Marbury and Jones. 
Gleason, P. boot and shoe maker, 16 Mcintosh, h 194 Green. 
Glendenen, Mrs. h S side Ellis bt Marbury and Kollock. 
Glendinning, W. marble works, 301 Broad. 
Globe Hotel, 252 Broad, Mrs E Starr proprietress. 



72 AU<iUSTA 



BAKER & CASWELL, 



AND 




296 Broad Street, 

^tJGXJST^, GA.. 

John H. Baker. Theodore D. Caswell. 



REES & LINTON, 

WAREHOUSE & COMMISSION 

♦Jacksoii. Street, 



JOHN J. MAGUIRE, 



South Side Ellis Street, between Cummiug and Campbell, 



.^L,X:M.erVL1Bttetf GrSk>. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 73 



Grlover, Jno. bds at Mrs Keys. 

Glover, W. h. S side Bay bt Marbiiry and McKinne. 

aiover, W W. clerk G R R, bds Factory. 

Grollby, Jas. sadlery and harness maker, 125 Broad, h Lincoln 

bt Reynolds and Broad. 
Goodger, N. trimmer at 108 Broad. 
Goodman, Mrs Rebecca, b 14 Reynolds. 
Goodman, Sam, li 25 Watkins. 
Goodrich, Edward, at Wm II Goodrich's Factory. 
Goodrich, Henry C. of Benjamin & G, h Reynolds bt Campbell 

and Macartan. 
Goodrich, Thos. at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 
GOODRICH, WM. H. grocer 271 Broad and furniture dealer 

273 Reynolds, h Reynolds bt Campbell and Macartan. 
Goodsell, John T. clerk 169 Broad. 
Goodwin, C J. clerk 250 Broad. 
Goodwin, Sarah, h S Boundary below Marbury. 
Gootchens, R V. forman L Roll, bds Centre nr Reynold. 
Gordon, A W. bds United States Hotel. 
Gordon, John, school teacher, h 14 Calhoun. 
Gorton, Mrs M H. h S side Fenwick bt Campbell and Jackson. 
Gouirs, T C. h N side Ellis bt McKinne and Marbury. 
Gould, N. President City Bank, h 120 Green. 
Gould, Henry C. bds at 52 Broad. 

Gould, Wm T. Judge City Court, office 192 Broad, h 52 Broad. 
Gow, Andrew, stone cutter, h 395 Broad. 
Gow, Jas. h 45 Telfair. 
GOW, JN. marble yard, cor Ellis and Mcintosh, h Broad nr 

Upper Market. 
Gowans, Henry, watchman at S C R R. 
Gowley, John, h Fenwick bt Campbell and (^luniming. 
Grady, Mrs A. h G8 Ellis. 
Graham, Andrew, machinist, h 48 Walker. 
Graham, Arthur, clerk. Bailie & Bro, bds in Dublin. 
Granite Mill, nr the Canal. 

Gray, xVndrew T. clerk 228 Broad, bds with Jas Gray. 
Gray, Jas. h S side Telfair bt Lincoln and Elbert. 
Gray. J A. h Telfair bt Lincoln and Elbert. 
Gray, Mrs M. h Factory Range, Marbury. 
GRAY & TURLEY, dry good merchants, 228 Broad. 
Green & Dicks, ready made clothing merchants, 22 J Broad. 
Green, Jas. h Pine Row nr Augusta Factory. 
Green, John, cai-penter, h cor Calhoun and Twigs. 
Green, Jno B. agent iron steamboat Co, h 15 Broad. 
Green, Jno C. city recorder, bds at Mrs Reads, Broad. 
GREEN, G P. tailor, IGO I Broad, h cor Ellis and Houston. 
Green Lucretia, h S side Miller bt Kollock and Cumming. 
Green, M C. express office, bds at Mrs Beall's, Ellis. 



AUGUSTA 



A.t "W^holesale and Retail. 



J. N. FREEMAN, 

No. 312 Broad Street, 

AUGUSTA, C A., 

(nearly opposite planters' hotel.) 

OFFERS 

jBl *^ O '3EK K^ ^^ 

Of English, French and American Manufacture. 



Of new and beautiful designs. 

Embracing Spoons, Forks, Cups, Cake Baskets, Castors, 
Butter Stand, &c., in great variety. 

The above Goods, as also many not mentioned, have all been 
selected with great care, and all who may want any article in 
this line, are invited to examine my collection. 

Particular attention given to REPAIRING Watches and 
Jewelry, as I have in employ none but the very best workmen. 
All work promptly executed. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 75 



Green, Peter, painter, h 230 Green. 

Green, T W. laborer, h Twigs bt Calhoun and Fen wick. 

Greennenwald, Chas. clerk, J C Kattboff, h 313 Broad. 

Green, John, clerk, A Stevens, bds 299 Broad. 

Gregory, Wm R. printer Augusta Dispatch, bds with S A At- 
kinson, Broad nr Lower Market. 

Grenade, Simeon, machinist Aug Works, h Summers bt Camp- 
bell and Jackson. 

Gretter, W B. clerk, Thos P Stovall & Co, bds ^Mansion House. 

Griffin, Andrew W. clerk 267 *Broad. 

Griffin, D F. h cor Ellis and Mcintosh. 

Griffin Mining Co, office 240 Broad, C McColla agt. 

Griffin, W B. auctioneer, 274 Broad, h cor Jones nndCnmming. 

Grillnieir, Robert, cabinet maker, h 9 Mcintosh. 

Grim, — . gardner, h 5 Broad. 

Gross, L. h S side Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 

GROVER & BAKER, sewing machine, Thos P Stovall & Co, 
proprietors, 255 Broad. 

Groves, Adam, gardner, h McKinna nr S Boundery. 

Guess, H P. marble cutter, h Broad nr Kollock. 

Guieu, Jno B. agt iron steamboat Co, h Bay nr Bridgerow. 

Guieu, John A. clerk iron steamboat Co, bds Bay nr Bridgerow. 

Guilfoil, II. laborer Aug & Sav R Road. 

Guilfoil, John, carpenter 22 Centre. 

Gunor, Hugh, moulder G R Road, h Twigs. 

Guthil, A. shoe maker with J Bollinger, bds 315 Broad. 

Gwin, Chas. brick mason, h 8 Broad. 

H. 

Hacket, David, h cor Telfair and Marbury. 

Hackney, Wm Alex, h 49 Watkins. 

Hadley, Davis, painter, h 51 Ellis. 

Hafers, H. bonnets and toys, 44 Centre. 

HAIGH & ANDREWS, merchant tailers, 221 Broad. 

Haigh, William, of H & Andrews, h cor Telfair and Campbell. 

Haines, Jas. carpenter, h 99 Centre. 

Haley, Micheal, bar room and grocery, h cor Marbury and 

Fenwick. 
Hall, Benj. h 84 Green. 

Hall, Charles, Insurance agent, 221 Broad, h 154 Green. 
Hall, Edward H. bds 154 Green. 
Hall, Jackson, h Factory bt Pine and Marbury. 
Hall, Miss L. h 47 Calhoun. 
Hall, Mrs C h 215 Broad. 
Hall, Micheal, S side Talbot bel Cumming. 
Haller, Geo. shoemaker, 331 Broad, h same. 



76 AUGUSTA 



H. D. NORRELL, 

Bookseller and Stationer, 

No. 224 Broad Street, 
AUG^ITSTA, aEORGMA. 

AlsOj Fancy Goods of every Description. 

^.v^^.^. 

Piano Fortes and other Musical Instruments always on hand, and 

a large assortment of Sheet Music. Orders from 

the Country solicited. 



G. N. WYMAN & CO., 




Broad Street, 
A U G U ST^A^G_A. 



AND DEALER IN 

Floiir, Corn, Meal, Grists, Oats, Hay, Bacon, Lard, 

AND PRODUCE GENERALLY. 
Also, Every Variety of Garden See as. 

Corner Mcintosh and Reynold Streets, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 77 



Hallahan, David, laborer G R R Depot. 

Hallahan, Dennis, laborer at Gr R R, h Gardiner bt Cumming 

and Campbell. 
Hallahan, Jobn, laborer at G R R Depot. 
Hamilton, C. tinner at 192 Broad, li N side Ellis, bt MoKinne 

and Marbury. 
Hamilton, W D. 175 Green. 
Hammond, Patrick, laborer at S C R R. 
Hammond, Thos. painter, 259 Broad. 

Hamphill, Alexander, h S side Ellis bt Marbury and Kollock. 
Hamker, William, gunsmith, 245 Broad. 
Hanes, Henry, grocer, cor Calhoun and Mcintosh, h same. 
Haney, Bernard, blacksmith at G R R, h 232 Green. 
Hankinson, Thos S. druggist, 212 Broad, h Telfair bt Jackson 

and Campbell. 
Hanlin, Daniel, painter at G R R. 
Hannah, Alexandnr, carpenter, h 34 Reynold. 
Hanney, Mrs Caroline, h 50 Walker. 
Hamberger, P. grocer, S side Ellis bt Washington and 31c. 

Intosh, h same. 
Hanzo, J B, boot and shoe maker, 204 Broad, h N side Ellis bt 

Washington and Centre. 
Harbers, C F. grocer and bar, 120 Broad, h same. 
Hard, Henry, bds 53 Ellis. 
Hard, R W. h 162 Green. 

Hardman, Mrs Samuel, h Ellis bt McKinne and Marbury. 
Hardman, Wm. h N side Telfair bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 
Hargrave, Wm. h S side bt Ellis Marbury and Kollock. 
Harison, W H. h N side Telfair bt Cumming and Kollock. 
Harker, E . W over 208 Broad, h 83 Broad. 
Harper, Jas. merchant at 346 Broad, h McKinne nr Canal. 
Harper, R. N. frame manuf'y and piano tuner, 32 3IcIntosh. 
Harran, John A. h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Campbell. 
Harris, J. conductor at G R R. 
Harris, John, h 30 Fenwick. 
Harris, J W. clerk at 275 Broad, bds Mrs Reads. 
Harrison, Mrs. F. h N side Telfair bt Kollock and Marbury. 
Harbuck, Jesse, h N side Talbot bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Hart, James, book-keeper at Dawson & Skinner. 
Hart, James, laborer at S C R R. 

Hartford Fire Ins. Co, cor Ellis and Jackson, A Robert, agent. 
Hartland, Patrick, laborer at A & S R R. 
Harter, Wiley, h S E cor Marbury and D'Autinac. 
Hatch, Milo, cashier mechanics bank, h over Bank. 
Hatcher, E J. bds at Mrs Beall, Ellis. 
Hatton, J. druggist, cor Telfair and Cumming, h same. 
HAVELAND, CHICKESTER & CO, drugists, 258 Broad. 
Ilawley, S B. book-keoper at 225 Broad. 



78 AUGUSTA 



JULIUS DARROW, 





SUCCESSOR TO 



ALBERT HATCH, 



Would respectfully call the attention of Ware House and Com- 
mission Merchants to his large and well assorted Stock of 



SABBLIS, HMllSS, 

• WHIPi, €0I.Illi, BlLf Il§, 
SOLE AMB HARMESS LEATHER, 

of all varieties, both of his own and the best Northern manufacture. 

Having made extensive additions to his stock, he is now fully 
prepared for the Trade, with every desirable article in his line, 
which he will sell at the lowest market prices at wholesale or 
retail. 

His manufactory is now complete in every department, and he 
is prepared to execute all orders entrusted to him with neatness 
and dispatch, fully determined to sustain the reputation for man- 
ufacturing which Mr. Hatch has so long held. 

Having every facility at command, he oflfers to Merchants 
(filling orders from their country friends,) unusual inducements 
and advantages, and respectfully solicits a share of their patron- 
age. 

No. 169 Broad Street, 

At the Old Stand of A. Hatch, under the Augusta Hotel. 

Augusta, January 10th, 1859. 



CITY DIEECTORY. 79 



Hawley, W R. express office, bds Augusta Hotel. 

Haynes. Jas W. carpenter witli R S Pass. 

Hazleton, Charlas S. clerk 264 Broad. 

HEARD & DERRY, com merchants, Reynolds nr Jackson. 

Heard, Isaac T. of H & Derry, h 72 Green. 

Heard, Jno T. clerk, bds City Hotel. 

Heard, Mrs. h 45 Green. 

Heard & Simpson, warehouse and com merchants, 8 Mcintosh. 

Heard, Stephen, h cor Washington and Green. 

Hearn, John A. laborer G R R Depot. 

Heath. Geo. blacksmith with P Sherkey, h Reynolds. 

Heathe, Mrs Mary E. h 42 Reynold. 

HECKLE & WILSON, brokers S side Ellis bt Mcintosh and 

Jackson. 
Haflfernan, Timothy, laborer at G R R. 
Heilman, Joseph, clerk at 202 Broad. 
Heinse, Mrs Mary, boarding house, h 317 Broad. 
Heintel, John, work at 352 Broad, bds Chas Spaeth. 
Heitzmann, Joseph, clerk, bds cor Telfair and Jackson- ■^. 

Hempfield, A H. with May & Co, 4 

Henderson, James, clerk at 185 Broad h 1 Telfair. 
Henderson, Mrs R. h Jackson bt Telfair and Walker. 
Henderson, Robt. weaver, h 364 Broad. 
Henry, Barney, h cor Gardiner and Cumming. 
Henry, Isaac, h over 224 Broad. 
Henry, James, dry goods and millinary 199 Broad, h Reynolds 

nr Mcintosh. 
Henry, Walter, h 95 Broad. 

Hersey, C W. gents fun ishing store 213 Broad, h 28 Calhoun. 
Hersh, L. bds Burke House. 
Hereh & Lorsh, clothing merchant, 174 Broad. 
Hester, M G. book-keeper at Zimmerman & Stovall, h N side 

Telfair bt Cumming and Kollock. 
Hett, Andrew, glazier, h Reynolds bt Campbell and Jackson. 
Hevern, Michael, h S W cor Gardiner and Campbell. 
Hewin, J. carpenter, h McKinne bt Fenwick and S Boundery. 
nibble, F. gun smith, 245 Broad. 

Hickey, J. laborer G R R, h Talcot bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Hickman, Hills & Cress, dry goods merchants, 242 Broad. 
Hickman, H W. of H, Hills & Cress, h Sand Hills. 
Hicks, Henry, h N side Walker bt Jackson and Campbell. 
Hicks, Hermann, clerk 248 Broad. 
Hicks, Mrs. N side Jones bt McKinne and Marbury. 
Hicks, N.bds at Mrs Beall, Ellis. 
Hicks, Wm B. bds at Mrs Beall, Ellis. 
Hefnan, Patrick, fireman A & S R R. 
Higgs, Abraham, laborer, h 8 Ellis. 



80 AUGUSTA 



HOLMAN ^ TURPIN, 



IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AXB RETAIL DEALERS IN 







AND 



LAMPS, GIRANDOLES, LOOKING GLASSES, 

PLATED BRITANNIA & JAPAN WARE, 

F'.^lSrOY GhOODS, <Sz>o. 

ALSO, 

Sole Agents for the sale of the Southern Porce- 
lain Manufacturing Company's Superior Fire 
Brick, White Granite and C. C. Ware. 

No. 286 Broad Street, 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 81 



HIGHT & MACMURPHY, iron and brass foundry, Fenwick 
bt G R R Depot and Augusta Manuf company's mills. 

Higbt P A. clerk at Higbt & Spears, bds W M Hight. 

Hight. William M. car factory, Fenwick opp Hight & Maomur- 
phy's foundry, h cor Walker and Elbert. 

Hill, A J), registry clerk, h 11 Mcintosh. 

Hill, AS.h400 Broad. 

Hill, Edward, attorney at law, 9 Washington, h 400 Broad. 

Hill, Geo. clerk with Alexander & Wight, h 400 Broad. 

Hill, James, h S side Miller btjCumming and Kollock. 

Hill, John, collector, treasurer of City of Augusta, office, Mo. 
Intosh, bt Reynolds and Bay, h same. 

Hill, John h 400 Broad. 

Hill, J H. attorney at law, 253 Broad. 

Hill, J M. merchant, h 455 Broad. 

Hill, John L. captain City watch, 227 Green. 

Hill, Joshua G. brick layer 260 Ellis. 

Hill, Mary Ann, S W cor Cumming and Miller. 

Hillard, J. laborer h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Campbell. 

Hillmatt, Frederick, bar.keeper, 116 Broad. 

Hills, John M. of H, Hickman & Cress, Broad. 

Hitt, B F. elerk Walker & Sons, h Hamburg. 

Hitt, Chaa B. h 45 Watkins. 

Hitt, James M, clerk W E Barnes, h Alley bt Fenwick and 
Calhoun. 

Hoboyd, W. bds U S Hotel. 

Hodge, David, h S side Ellis bt McKinne and Marbury. 

-Hodo, A N. clerk at Jas M Dye & Co, bds City Hotel. 

Hogan, Martin, mill stone builder with W R Schirmer, agent, 
bds Broad nr upper Market, 

Hogan, Mrs R. h N side Ellis bt Washington and Mcintosh. 

Holland, G G. clerk at Fleming & Rowland, bds "Broad. 

Holleyman, T H. (A M.) h S side Telfair bt Lincoln and Elbert. 

Holleday, Eli, tinner G R R, h cor Calhoun and Mcintosh. 

HoUingsworth, G H. clerk at Sibly & Co, h Campbell bt Rey- 
nolds and Green. 

HoUingsworth, Jas H. h 16 Campbell. 

Holman, F. of H & Turpin, h Sand Hills. 

HOLMAN & TURPIN, crockery dealers, 286 Broad. 

Holmes, Mrs Wm. h over 304 Broad. 

Holmes, W A. clerk, S C R R Co, h Broad. 

Holmes W S. clerk 242 Broad, bds over 304 Broad. 

Hood, N J. printer 30 Broad. # 

Hook, Mrs Eliza, h S side Market bt Mill and McKinne. 

Hookey, GeoS. gas office 216 Broad, h N side Telfair bt Mo- 
Intosh and Jackson. 

Hope, James, office 243 Broad, bds Planters Hotel. 

Hopkins, Isaac S T. bds cor Telfair and Elbert. 
9 



82 AUGUSTA 



WM. H. TUTT, 

AUGUSTA, GA. 



mm, MiBi€iMi 



line ffioiUt 0oaps, line i^^i^" ^"^ Sootl) Brusljcs, 

SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRmffiEHTS, 

Pure Wines and Lipors for Medicinal Uses, 

GLASS, PUTTY, PAINTS AND OILS, 

FANCY IND TOILET ARTICLES, 
GARDEN SEEDS. 

Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded, and all orders 

correctly answered. Medicines warranted genuine, 

and of the best quality. 



CITY DIRECTOEY. 83 



HopkinS; Daniel, li 140 Green. 
Hopkins, Mrs Margaret, li 69 Reynolds. 
Hopkins. Mrs E-. h S side Telfair bt Elbert and Centre. 
Hopkins, Thos N. bds cor Telfair and Elbert. 
Hopkinson, Walter, carpenter, h 213 Grreeu. 
Horn, — . h 15 Calhoun. 

Horton, J \Y. of McCord, H & Watton, h Reynolds bt Camp- 
bell and Macartan. 
Houghton Institute, 69 Green. 
Hously, Wm. bds 9 Jackson. 
Housley, Wm. jr. bds Augusta Hotel. 
Howard Mrs Louisa, h Reynolds nr Mcintosh. 
Howard, Osca, brick mason, h 96 Green. 
Howard, Wm H. auctioneer, 172 Broad, h same. 
Howard, W S. clerk 233 Broad, bds City Hotel. 
Howell, Joseph A. carpenter,.h McKinne bt Fenwick and Green. 
Huason, Richard, h S side Gardiner bel Cumming. 
Hubbard, Henry, carpenter, h 240 Ellis. 
-Hubbard, J C. of D' Antinac & H. 
Hudson, Charles A. of H & Miller, h 324 Broad. 
Hudson & Miller, grocers, 275 Broad. 
Hueber, C. grocer, 323 Broad, h same. 
Huenker, C. cigar maker at G Volgar, Broad. 
Hughes, Patrick, laborer at G R R h Talcut bt Campbell. 
Hughes, W. engraver, 30 Mcintosh, bds Mrs Kinsley's. 
Huit, Sarah, h ^larbury, N of Fenwick. 
Huit, Wm. S side D' Antinac bt Pine and Kollock. 
Hulbert, Jas. hN side Ellis bt Washington and Mcintosh. 
Hull, H L. express oflGice, bds City Hotel. 
Hunt, Wm. artist over 192 Broad, Augusta Hotel. 
Huse, W R. book-keeper Chronicle Office, 210 Broad. 
Husted, Wm H. machinist A & S R R. 
Husted, E F. engineer A & S R R. 

I. 

lies, Wm. h 63 Watkins. 

Independent Fire Company, Washington bt Broad and Reynolds. 
Inglis, L L. brick layer and plasterer 155 Green. 
Inglis, Louis M. gen contractor, brick layer and plasterer, 155 
Green. 
. Irby, Elizabeth, h cor Twiggs aud Calhoun. 
Iron Steam Boat Co, J B Guien, agent, cor Mcintosh and Bay, 
Irvine, Jas. at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 
Irving, A R. h 11 Fenwick. 
Irvine, James, bds at Mr Franklin, Talcot. 
Iverson, — . h S side Ellis bt Cumming KoUook, 



84 AUGUSTA 



MISS C. E. STEWART, 



DEALER IN 



i&icis^mT 



AND 



f MCI 600BS, 

Would particularly invite the attention of Ladies wishing such 
Goods, to her elegant Stock, selected with care. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO 

Millinery, Cap Making & Dress Making. 

I feel confident of my ability to please the most fastidious 
who may favor us with a call at my stand 

Under Planters' Hotel, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 85 



Ives, A C. clerk Bank of Augusta, h 153 Keyuolds. 
Ivey, Jas. A. of J A & J B Ivey, h Ellis nr Kollock. 
Ivey, J A & J B. wholesale and retail grocers, 279 Broad. 
Ivey, John A. h cor Talcot and Campbell. 
Ivey, Jos B. of J H & J B I, h Green nr Kollock. 
Ivey, Pheobe, h Marbury nr Fenwick. 



Jackson, A M. clerk, bds at W E Jackson's, Broad. 
Jackson, Geo T. of J, Miller & Verdery, h Harrisonville. 
Jackson, Miller & Verdery, wholesale dry goods merchants, 248 

Broad, Masonic Hall. 
Jackson, Mrs Wm. h 52 Centre. 
JACKSON HOSPITAL, cor Jackson and Fenwick, Brs H 

& F R Campbell. 
Jackson, W E. h over 235 Broad. 

Jacobs, W M. grocer, 108 Reynolds, bds at Isaac Levy's Broad. 
JACOBS, J J. attorney at law, cor Campbell and Broad, h 394 

Broad. 
Jeffries, F M. daguerrian gallery, 225 Broad, bds at Mrs Ma- 

harrey. Green. 
Jenkins, Chas J. attorney at law, Mcintosh Law Range, h Sum- 

merville nr Augusta. 
Jenkins, Mrs. h cor Elbert and Beynolds. 
Jenkins, Mike, wood work. 205 Green. 
Jennings, Thos J. of Poullain, J & Co, bds Globe Hotel. 
Jessup, Henry, h cor Bay and Campbell, 
Jessup, Wm C. of Sherman, J & Co, bds Augusta Hotel. 
Jewett, N G. attorney at law, office 227 Broad. 
Job, M. boot and shoe maker, Jackson bt Broad and Ellis, h 

cor Broad and Bridge Row. 
Jacobs, W M. grocer, cor Centre and Reynolds, 
Johnson, — . bds at Mrs Beall's, Ellis. 
Johnson, Benj. express office, bds Mr Hicks. 
Johnston, C. engineer, h 16 Bay. 

Johnson, Chas. grocer, cor Cummings and Telfair, h same. 
Johnson, Jas. laborer at Geo R R, h Pine Row nr Aug Factory. 
Johnson, J B. laborer at Geo R Road. 
Johnson, Jno A. blacksmith, bds 385 Broad. 
Johnson, Jos. carpenter G R R, h 8 side Walker bt Cunimiug 

and Campbell- 
Johnson, Lucy, h 7 opp. Augusta Factory. 
Johnson, Mrs Caroline. B. h 16 Reynold. 
Johnson, Mrs V. h 885 Broad. 
Johnson. Ca3sar, barber, 141 Broad. 



86 



AUGUSTA 




JOHN CALDWELL, President, 

(M)LrMHlA, SO. CA. 

H. T. PEAKE, Genl Superintendent, 

CHARLESTON, 80. CA. 

J. R. EMERY, Secretary, 

CHARLESTON, SO. CA. 



Arrival and Departare of Trams, 



Leave Augusta, for Charleston, Kingsville, Co- 
lumbia and Camden, at 10 : 10 A. M. and 8 : 15 
P. M. 

Arrive at Augusta, 11:15 P. M. and 1:15 P. M. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 87 



Johnson, W G. attorney at law, Mcintosh bt Reynolds and 

Broad, bds United States Hotel. 
Johnson, W H. carpenter Geo R Road. 
Johnston, Emeline, h Jones and Marbnry. 
Joice, Tinman, h W side Summers bt Jackson and Campbell. 
JONES, J A. commission merchant, Mcintosh, h 89 Green. 
Jones, A H. of S S Jones & Co, h 89 Green. 
Jones, Dr C C. office and h 29 Washington. 
Jones, Chivis, bds United States Hotel. 
Jones, H W. clerk 112 Broad. 
Jones, Dr J M. bds United States Hotel. 
Jones, Jno H. h 03 Ellis. 

Jones, J W. editor Chronicle & Sentinel, bds Dr W S Jones, Broad 
Jones, Jno W book-keeper Geo R R Bank, h Ellis. 
Jones, M J. physician, 295 Broad, bds U S Hotel. 
Jones, Mrs Nancy, h 83 Reynolds. 
Jones, R A. clerk Geo R Road, bds F M Alum. 
Jones, S S. of S S Jones & Co, h 55 Broad. 
JONES, S S & CO. stoves and house furnishing goods, 192 Broad. 
Jones, Mrs Thos. cor Elbert and Reynolds. 
Jones, Thos. moulder Aug Works, h cor Marbury and Miller. 
Jones, Thos B. clerk 298 Broad, h cor Reynolds and Elbert. 
Jones, Thos G. of R J Bowe<fc Co, bds Broad at J R W Johnston. 
Jones, Vim. h S side Factory. 
Jones, Wm M. teller G R R Bank, 72 Broad. 
Jones, Dr W S. editor Chronicle & Sentinel, h and office 183 

Broad. 
Jordan, G J. bds Globe Hotel. 
Jordan, Henry, 203 Broad. 
Jordan, Rev T H. pastor St James (Uiurch, h S side Telfair bt 

Lincoln and Elbert. 
Joseph, Jos. h 435 Broad. 
Jnrrell, D M. bds Augusta Hotel. 



K. 

Kahrs, Claus, grocer and bar, h Twigs and Walker. 

Kahrs, D. grocer 79 Green, h same. 

Kahrs, Geo. grocer and bar, opp. ticket office Aug and Sav R R. 

Kalbfleish, Jno. at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 

Kaley, Ellen, h W side Carrie S of Miller. 

Karl, Jos. with Geo Haller, bds 331 Broad. 

Katthoff, J C. bar room 313 Broad, h 313 Broad. 

KAUFFER, J. dry good merchant, 175 Broad, bds Aug Hotel. 

Kavanaugh, Jas. S C R R, h S side Walker bt Washington and 

Mcintosh. 
Kavanaugh, Jno. laborer, h 6 Calhoun. 



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Kay, Robert D. watchmaker, bds City Hotel. 

Kean, W S. clerk 239 Broad, bds Planter's Hotel. 

Kief, D. h Jackson bt Telfair and Walker. 

Keely, Daniel, bar room and grocer, h cor Fenwick and Campbell. 

Heenan, P. bds United States Hotel. 

Keener, Chas. bds at Wra Keener, Market. 

Keener, Henry, h N side Market bt McKinna and Mill. 

Keener, Jacob, bds at Wm Keener, Market. 

Keener, Wm. h S side Market bt McKinna and Mill. 

Keener, Wm. jr. h S side Market bt McKinna and Mill. 

Keerner, W H. clerk 210 Broad. 

Keel, Geo. painter, h 18 Calhoun. 

Kelly, George, h 254 Green. 

Kendrick, Z. clerk, bds 8 Calhoun. 

Kenneday, John C. of Clayton & K, bds Aug Hotel. 

Kennedy, Wm. boot maker, h Broad nr Upper Market. 

Kennickell, Jas. h 47 Telfair. 

Kenrick, F D. clerk 216 Broad, bds at Mrs Kinsley. 

Kenrick, Mrs Jane, h 268 Broad. 

Kenrick, Z. clerk 218 Broad. 

Kent, Jesser, h 34 Washington, 

Kent, Wm R. h Marbury N of Fen wick. 

Kerins, B. tailor, h N side Telfair bt Centre and Washington. 

Kerns, John, h Jackson. 

Key, Anna, boarding house, 121 Campbell. 

Key, Rev J S. pastor St Johns (M E) Church, h next door St 

Johns Church, S side Green. 
Kid, Mary, h Marbury N of Fen wick. 
Kilpatrick, S. machinist, h cor Calhoun and Mcintosh. 
Kilpatrick, Wm. carpenter, h 18 Telfair. 
Kinchley, E F. of K & Sanchez, h Reynold. 
Kinchley, Mrs Ann, over 264 Broad. 

KIiNCHLEY & SANCHEZ, com merchants, 144 Reynold. 
King, Ellwood, laborer at Geo R Road. 



Kin^^, J. h N side Walker bt Lincoln and Ellis. 

King, John P. h Sand Hill. 

King, John T. printer, h Houston, bt Green and Reynold. 

King, S M. shingle machine, bds Globe Hotel. 

Kinsley, Edward, h Reynolds bt Mcintosh and Camming. 

Kinzie, Thos A. agent, 44 Broad. 

Kirkpatrick, John, h 5 Broad. 

Kerney, John, 91 Broad. 

Kersey, A W. clerk City Hotel. 

Kirsh, John, h Jackson bt Telfair and Green. 

Kline, John, h Jackson bt Fenwick and Calhoun. 

Knickmeyer, Robt. bar keeper at E R Schneider, Jackson bt 

Broad and Ellis, bds same. 
Knight, Eugene, h 18 Reynolds. 
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90 AT^GUSTA 



ui M^tt, 



AUGUSTA. GA. 

BY 

V. La TASTE, 

Keeps on hand none but the choicest Heed. The Drug; Depart- 
ment is supplied with none but the best. 

^mm f ping #!^tHHwlimieiiit 

ESTABLISHED TN 185l^ 
21X Grrooxx Stroot, ./lL.-i:i.epLi.st£t.y CSretm 

Ladies and Gent's 
We a r i n g apparel 
Dyed, Cleansed and 
[Finished, to look like 
iNew. Ladies' Silk 
Dresses Dyed and 
Watered. 

Bonnets Bleached and Pressed, Silk and Straw Bonnets Dyed 
all the fashionable colors. 

Gents' apparel cleansed from paint, grease or tar — they will bear 
in mind that their coats, pants and vests can be dyed or cleans- 
ed without being ripped, in other words dyed or cleansed whole. 

Also, Manufiictured at this establishment a superior quality of 
Black Writing Ink, and for sale in any quantity, wholesale 
and retail. A cheap article furnished for marking cotton bags. 

G. R. DODGE, Proprietor. 




THOMAS p'.""FdGARTY, 

BiROSGIST & APOTHEGAEY. 

Under the Augusta Hotel, 171 Broad Street, 
AX^OXTSTA, G^A., 

Has always on hand a large and fresh Stock of French, English. 

and American Drugs, by wholesale and retail. Also, 

Paints, Oil, Glass and A'arnishes. The only depot in 

this city where Artists' Materials can be had in 

all varieties. A constant supply of fresh Sweed- 

ish Leeches, at all seasons of the year. 



CITY DIRECTOEY. 91 



Knight, Mrs. h48 Broad. 

Kolbfleish, John, chair maker, h 18 Telfair. 

Krein, P. boot and shoe maker, cor Telfair and Jackson, h same. 

Kresleine, Conrad, h 8 side Telfair bt Campbell and Cummiog. 

Kuhl, Henry, carpenter, h 11 Mcintosh. 

Kun, John, finisher G U R, h Mcintosh bt Calhoun and Taylor. 

Kunan, Peter, clerk at 361 Broad. 

Kurier, Henry, h 40 cor Centre and Broad. 

L. 

Labishe, A. grocer, Hi (.Ireen cor Marbuiy. 

Laguire, Hugh, h Pine How nr Augusta Factory. 

jjahan, Michael, blacksmith, Aug and Sav R R. 

Lake, John, laborer Aug and Sav R R. 

LALLERSTEDTJ. D. attorney at law, 223 Broad. 

Lamar, Geo W. grocer, 353 Broad, h Sand Hills. 

Lamar, 3Irs. h 67 Reynolds. 

Lamar, 3h-s Thos R. h 13 Green. 

Jjamback & Cooper, grocers and confectioners, 288 Broad. 

Lamback, F. of L & Cooper, 157 Green. 

Lambert, Samuel, h Reynolds. 

Landers, John, laborer at Factory, h 237 Green. 

Lane, Dennis, bar room, Campbell bt Fenwick and Talcot. 

Lanier, H. at Wm II Goodrich's Factory, h Pine nr D'Antignac. 

Lark, 3Irs Sarah, h 90 Broad. 

Larkin, Mrs J. grocery, cor Walker and Jackson, h same. 

Lass, J W. grocer and bar, 36 Mcintosh. 

Lass, T. h S side Ellis bt Washington and Mcintosh. 

Lassitcr, >Mary, h cor Talcot and Cumming. 

Lassiter Walker, h S side of Baines above Campbell. 

LaTASTE, V. drugist and seed store, 200 Broad, h county. 

LaTaste, — . h 23 Reynolds. 

Lathrop, Chas. clerk, 219 Broad, h 97 Reynolds. 

Jiathrop, J J. bookkeeper, 251 Broad, h 46 Green. 

Laurence, Wm. bds Telfair bt Centre and Washington. 

Laurence, Wm. h N side Walker bt Campbell and Cumming. 

Lauterbah, G. at AVm H Goodrich's Factory. 

Laventure, John W grocer, 386 Broad, h 421 Broad. 

Lawhoru, V A. book-keeper, 234 Broad, bds Mansion House. 

Lawhorn, W N. clerk, 250 Broad, bds Mansion House. 

Lawlor, Jas. watchman at Aug and Sav R R, h 37 Taylor. 

Lawrence, Garrick, carpenter, bds cor Fenwick and Cumming. 

Lawson, Wm P. h S side Walker bt Washington and Mcintosh. 

J^eace, Edw. bar keeper at E R Schneider's, Jackson bt Ellis 
and Broad, bds same. 

Lcckic, Thos. h N side Baines bt Cumming and Campbell. 



92 AUGUSTA 



iJT ES ■'OO^ 3E5 3L« 3E1. "IF" 



AND 



The Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public 

that he has just returned from Europe with the most 

splendid stock of 

WATCHES, JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS, 

Ever brought to this market, consisting, in part of Fine Hunt- 
ing and Magic Cased Full Jeweled Gold Lever 

"^^^ jBl. "OP O lOE 3^ ^^ 

with dormant and spring Caps, and all the modern improvements. 

Open Dial Full Jeweled Ladies' Fine Gold WATCHES, in 
great variety. 

Silver Hunting and Open Dial WATCHES, of all the best 
Makers. 

Superb Sets of Fine^old^ Coral, Pearl, and other styles of 

Solid SILVER WARE, in great variety and superb patterns. 
A splendid assortment of PJ.ATED WARE. 
A magnificent stock of superbly carved 

Consisting of Cane Heads, Bracelets, Breastpins, Porte Monnaies, 
Segar Cases, Needle Cases, Ink Stands, Knitting Sheaths, &c 

Embroidered Velvet Portfolios and Segar Cases, Cork Wood 
Portfolios. 

Travelling Dressing Cases and Pocket Companions, 

Berlin and Jet Jewelry, in great variety. 

Gold Pens, of all kinds; and a large and varied stock of 

liff^ <^:^ :^3^ c^ 'S' c^^ cc^ c© 5:s ^3^ 

All of which will be sold at prices that will challenge com- 
parison with any house in the country. 

The Public are respectfully invited to call and examine for 
themselves. 

r. A. BRAHE. 



CITY DIRECTOKY. 93 



Leckie, Samuel, umbrella manufactor and millinarj 181 Broad, 
h Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 

Lecocy, V. boot maker, 17 Washington, h Lincoln. 

Lee, Mrs I. h Houston bt Telfair and Walker. 

Lee, Mrs Mary, h 17 Ellis. 

Lee, Wm. h S side Telfair bt Kollock and Marbury. 

Lenihen, Mrs J. h 16 Walker, 

Lennahan, J. laborer at Geo R Koad. 

Leon, H. magistrate, h 38 Broad. 

Leonard, Henry, tailor, 230 Broad. 

Leonard, U S. Deputy Marshal, h 440 ]3road. 

Leverman, Wm J. h 47 Watkins. 

Levy, Isaac, City Sheriff, h 109 Broad. 

LEVY, LEWIS, magistrate, office 30 and 32 Mcintosh, h Bay, 

Levy, S. boot and shoes, 342 Broad, h same. 

Lewis, A W. clerk at S C 11 R Co, h 13 Bay. 

Lewis, C F. ticket agent at S C II U ( 'o, h 13 Bay. 

Lewis, Geo W. of Warren, L tt Co, h Sand Hills. 

Licett, Jas. h S side Fenwick bt Campbell and Jackson. 

Lin, Jas F. h N side Telfair bt Elbert and Centre. 

Lind, T W. engineer, h 46 Broad. 

Linsay, Mrs. miliner, h S side Ellis bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 

Lindsay, xMrs John, h 214 Green. 

Lindsay, Samuel, h S side Ellis bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 

Lines, Jas E. finisher at 208 Broad, h S side Ellis bt Washing- 
ton and Mcintosh. 

Linton, S D. of llees & L. h Sand liilljf^ 

Liody, Julius, baker, h 101 Reynolds. 

Loftin, J H. clerk at 237 Broad, bds Globe Hotel, 

Lombard, Richard, carpenter at G R R, h Barnes ab Campbell. 

Lookey, Mrs ^Martha E. h Factory bt Marbury and Pine. 

Looney, Daniel, Wside Campbell bt Fenwick and Talcot. 

Looney, Philip, at G R R, h S east cor Campbell and Gavaioer 

Loriug, Miss E. dress and cloak maker, Jackson 2 doors Broad. 

Lorsh, A. bds Burke House. 

Losey, Isaac, h Telfair bt Lincoln and Elbert. 

Lottmau, Charles W. tailor, 230 Lincoln. 

Lott, Geo. dry goods, 355 Rroad, h same. 

Lotz, F. boots and shoes, 93 Broad. 

Louderback, Godfrey, chair maker, h 38 Reynolds. 

LOUREY, J 11. wheelwright and blacksmith, 55 Ciimpbeli. 

Lovett, Mrs G. h Jackson bt Telfair and Walker. 

Lovett, Nancey, S side Talcot bt ('ampbell and Cumminu. 

Lore, P E, tinner 192 Broad, h 86 Centre. 

Low, Kelly, h .Marbury bt Reynolds and Jones, 

Low, W. bds cor Twiggs and Calhoun. 

Lumpkin, George R. book-keeper at 258 Broad, 

Lyon, Thos. laborer at G R R Through Depot. 



94 AUGUSTA 



H A R N E} N N 



AND 



WAREHOUSE. 

I08TABL1SHED 1819. 

SHERMAN, JESSUP ^ CO., 

MANUFACTL'REK8, IMFOKTEKS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS. 

Have removed to the new and spacious Iron I'ront Store, No- 

225 Broad Street, adjoining the City Bank, a few doors 

above their old location, and nearly ojiposite the 

Globe and I'nitcd States Hotels, where they 

are prepared to exhibit an unusually heavy 

stock of Goods in their line. 

Comprising, in part, Saddles, 15ridles, Harness, Collars, Whips, 
Trunks, Valises, Travelling J>ags, Buggy Unibiellas, &c. Also, 
Saddlery, Hardware, Carriage Trimmings, Axles, Springs, Bolts, 
Malleable Castings, Wood Screws, Felloes, Shaits, Hubs, Spokes, 
Bands, Patent Leather, J*]nanieled Cloths, Broad Cloths, Dam- 
asks, Curtain Silks, Laces, Fringes, Tassels, Oil Carpets, Brus- 
els Carpets, Velvet Rugs, Buggy Mats, Smith's Newark Var- 
nishes, &c. 

Also, Skirting, Harness, Bridle, Sole and Upper Leather, 
French, German and American Calf Skins, Patent Leather Calf 
Skins, Goat and Kid, Morocco Skins, Lining, Topping and 
Binding Skins; Pegs, Lasts, Trees, Crimps, Clamps, Rolling 
Mills, Threads, &c., with a very complete assortment of Fine 
Shoe Findings, Tanners' Tools, Leather and Rubber Machine 
Belting, Rubber Steam Packing, Copper Rivets and Burrs, Pick- 
er, Lace and Roller Leather, Roller Cloth, Card Clothing, Strip- 
per Cards, Ring Travellers, Roller Brushes, Loom dusters, &c., 
with a variety of Cotton and AVoolen Factory Findings, and a 
general assortment of other Goods in their line;, to which they 
beg to call the attention of manufacturers, dealers and consum- 
ers, and for which they will be pleased to receive orders. 

SHERMAN, JESSUP & CO., No. 225 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.; NICHOLS, 
SHERMAN & CO., Cor. Centre and Mulberry Sts., Newark, N. J.; BETTS, 
NICHOLS & CO , No. 99 Liberty St., New York; HARRAL, NICHOLS & CO., 
Cor. Meeting and Hasel Sts., Charleston, S. C; BULL, ELLIS & CO,, No. 71 
Canal Street, New Orleans. 



CITY DIRECTOEY. 95 



Lynes, Thos. omnibus conductor, h 52 Campbell. 
Lyons, David, grocer, cor Jackson and Calhoun, li same. 
Lyons, Dennis, laborer at A & S R K. 
Lyons, M. clothing and dry goods merchant, 118 Broad. 
Lyons, Thomas, E h side Campbell nr S Boundery. 
Lyons, Thos. li S side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 
Lyons, William, laborer C K R. 

M. 

McAdam, John, h N side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

McAnnalley, laborer S C R R. 

McAndell, laborer at G R R. 

McCabe, Francis, spring maker at C R R, h41 Taylor. 

McCaferty, Mrs James, h 73 Green. 

McCall, Jacob, boot and shoe maker. 

xMcCall, Wm J. printer, h 3 Telfiiir. 

McCann, John, master machinist at A & 8 R R, h 22 Calhoun. 

McCann, Michael, h Fenwick bt AVashington and Mcintosh. 

McCann, Philip, cooper, Reynolds bt Jackson and Campbell, bds 

Globe Hotel. 
McCannon, B W. book keeper at Mechanics' Bank. 
McCandee, John, h N side Talcot above Cumming. 
McCarthy, Daniel, h Jackson bt Fenwick and Calhoun. 
McCarthey, John, clerk at Barry & Batty. 

McCarthy, Jos N. h N side Telfair bt Centre and Washington. 
McCarthy, Michael, tailor at o88 Broad, h Telfair. 
McCarthy, T. laborer at S C R R. 
McCarty, George, wheelwrigh, h Twiggs. 
McCarty, John, h W side Campbell bt Baines and Gardiner. 
McCarty, Patrick, h W side Campbell bt Baines and Gardiner. 
McCathern, Mrs Ann, h 175 Green. 
McCay, G F. Sec'y Aug Insur and Bank'g Co, h cor Ellis and 

McKinne. 
McColla, C. agent Griffin Mining Co, 240 Broad, bds U S 

Hotel. 
McConnell, John, laborer at S C R R, h Washington bt Calhoun 

and Fenwick. 
McConnell & Fish, livery stables, S side Ellis bt Washington 

and Mcintosh. 
McConnell, Wm A. of McC & Fish, h Green. 
McCook, Rainey, W side Carrie S of Mills. 
McCORD, HORTON & WALTON, grocers, 294 Broad. 
McCord, Z. of 3[cC, Horton & Walton, h over 310J Broad. 
McCormick, E. S side Gardiner bt Cumming and Campbell. 
McCoy, Chas. h Centre bt Telfair and Green. 
McCoy, Wm E. bds Centre bt Telfair and Green. 



96 



AUGUSTA 



WM. E. BARNES, 



No. 4 Washington Street, 



^XJGXJSTA^, GA^. 



f im 



AND 



<c:io 



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of all kinds uf COUNTRY PRODUCE solicited. 



B e s t o f R e fe r e ii c e s Given 



Has always on hand a large stock of 



& Ms 



O) 



BUILDERS, and all wanting Lumber, will do well to give 
him a call. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 97 

McCue, John, marble cutter, h Broad nr upper Market. 

McDade, John, h N side Ellis bt McKinne and Marbury. 

3IcDade, John H. clerk with W E Archer & Co., bds at W E 
Archer, Green. 

McDermott, Martin, of M & M McDormott, h 415 Broad. 

McDermott, Michael, of M & M McD, h Broad nr upper Market. 

McDermott, Michael & M. grocers, 337 Broad. 

McElmore, L. bds Augusta Hotel. 

McFeeley, N. clerk at May & Co, h Richmond county. 

McFeely, N M. W side Carrie bt Miller and D'Antignac. 

McGalrick, clerk, h Telftiir. 

McGee, Philip, h S side Fen wick bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 

McGolrick, H. engineer, h 49 Telfair. 

McGoleick, Mrs. h 454 Broad. 

McGowau, K. bds Mrs McGowan, Factory bt Pine and Marbury. 

McGowan. Mrs iMary, boarding ron^c Factory bt Pine and 
Marbury. 

McGragor, M T. bds U S Hotel. 

McGraw, Sarah, h E side Campbell bt Fenwick and Gardiner. 

MeKelvey, John, at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 
,!^cKelvin, Jqhn, bds at Mr Franklin's, Talcot. 
»i ^cKinney, ^^. of Combs, & McK, bds at Mrs Dill, Broad. 

McKenzie, A. h S side Talcot bt Camming and Campbell. 

McKenzie, John, h S side Talcot bel Cumming. 

McKenzie, S. h 12 Ellis. 

McKeon, John C. carpenter, h 473 Broad. 

McKew. John, laborer Planter's marble yard, h 415 Broad. 

AIcKie, Wm. teller Aug Insurance and Banking Co. 

AIcKinne, David, h Factory Range, Marbury. 

McKinne, 3Irs B. h cor Ellis and McKinne. 

McKnight, Thomas, S Gardiner bt Cumming and Campbell. 

McLaughlin, G H. book-keeper T P Stovall & Co, h Reynolds 
opp Episcopal church. 

McLaughlin, J H. grocer, h 142 Reynolds. 

vicLaughlin, Mrs G. h 76 Broad. 

McLaughlin, W. painter, 38 Mcintosh, h Mcintosh bt Calhoun 
and Taylor. 

McLaws, Wm R. attorney at law, 25 Washington, bds City Hotel. 

McMahan, laborer at S C R R Depot, h 32 Broad. 

McMurphey, G L. book-keeper 237 Broad, h 86 Reynolds. 

McMurphy, John, h 10 Calhoun. 

Mc Murphy, Chas. clrek, h 86 Reynolds, 

McMurphy, Wm. clerk, h 86 Reynolds. 

McNally, Thos. laborer, h 6 Calhoun. 

McQueen, P L. painter, bds Augusta Hotel. 

McTyre, L H. clerk 235 Broad, bds City Hotel. 

McWHORTER, GEO G. atto'y at law, Law Range, Mcintosh. 
h Courses 1 nr Augusta. 
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98 AUGUSTA 



MILLERS & JACKSON, 

a 1^ 1^ II S If 1 1 S mi li A Wf 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 

Will Practice in all the Counties of tiie -Middle Circuit, and iu 

VVnrr^^n of the Northern Circuit, also in the Circnit Court 

of the United States. 

Thomas W. Mu^ler. John K. Jackson, Frank H. Millkr. 



!) <V 



SOLD AT THK 



AUGUSTA SEED STORE, 

BY 

J. H. SERVICE, 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

THE UNDERSIGNED, thankful for the liheral patronage ex- 
tended to him FOR A SERIES OF YEARS, would inform 
his friends and the public that he will con- 
tinue at the same well known stand on 

Campbell Street, near the Georgia R. R. Depot, 

Where he is prepared to do all kinds of 

ON 

Carriages, Waggons, Bnggies, &c., 

On the most reasonable terms, and will keep a small stock of 
the above articles on hand. Give him a call. 

J. H. LGIXTREY. 



CITY DIKECTORY. 9d 



McWhorter, Robt P. bdsat Mrs Beall, Ellis. 

Mackey, Jas. at Aug and Sav R R. 

Mackrel, Moses, with Wm Brenner, bds Cxreen bt Marbury and 

McKinne. 
Mackrel, Joliu, blacksmith, shop 205, h Green. 
Mackmulkey, — . h S side Walker bU Centre and Washington. 
Macmurphey, Chas. clerk, Rees & Linton, h Reynolds nr Centre. 
Magaraham, Jus. h Jackson bt Calhoun and D'Antignac. 
Magill, Richard, carpenter, 239 Green. 
MAGUIRE, JNO J. cooper, h S side Ellis bt Campbell and 

Cumming. 
Mahaney, John, h N side Talcot above Cumming. 
Mahaney, Wm. h Campbell bt Baines and Gardiner. 
Maharry, Mrs W H. h Green opposite City Hall. 
Maharry, W II. of Skinner and M, grocer, bds Green. 
Maher, M. blacksmith, bds cor Green and Kollock. 
Maher, Michael, h S side Gardiner bt Cumming and Campfiell 
Maher, Richard, grocer, 30 Centre. 
Mahoney. W. laborer at Geo R R. 
Malloy, — . bds 100 Ellis. 

3Ialone, Johannah, h S side Fenwick bt Cempbell and Cumming. 
Malone, R G. blacksmith and wheelwright, Jones bt Cumming 

and Kollock, h Jones bt Mill and McKinna. 
Malone. Thos. laborer at Aug and Sav R R. 
Malone, AVm. with R G Malone, bds Jones nr McKinne. 
Maloney, W. laborer at k\co R R. 
Mann, John N. h 113 Broad. 

Mansfield, Jas. hN side Market bt McKinne and Marbury. 
March, Behj C. city watchman, h cor Marbury and Fenwiok. 
Marhel, C. shoe maker, h Twiggs bt Watkins and Walker. 
Markey, F L. foreman with May & Co. 
Markey, Laurence, h cor Reynolds and Cumming. 
Markey, M. clerk 240 Broad. 

Marks, Catharine, h W side of Marbury on S Boundary. 
Marks, D W. physician, office 221 Green. 
Markwalter, Henry, engraver and letterer marble, bds 125 Broad. 
Markwalter, Peter, at Marble Works. 
MARKWALTER, THEODORE, marble works 138 Broad, 

h over 125 Broad. 
Markwalter, Wm. gun smith, 245 Broad. 
Marley, J E. agent S C R R Co, h 11 Bay. 
Marsh, Wm. school teacher, 27 Broad. 
Masonic Hall. 214 Broad. 
Massengale, J no. clerk with Barry & Batty. 
Massie, Julien, h Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 
Marshall, B S. printer, ConstitutionaHst Office, h 28 Broad. 
Martin, C B. collecting clerk G R R Bank, h 80 Ellis. 
Martin, G A. clerk Skinner & Maharry, bds C D Martin, Ellis. 



100 



AUGUSTA 



HAIGH & ANDREWS 

MANUFACTURERS AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 



©iiAiiM©rs 




Keep constantly on hand a lull assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, which we 
make up to order in the best styles and upon reasonable terms. Also, Agents for 




go" 






CD 

The best ever made. They make the same stitch on both sides the cloth, which can* 
not be ripped or ravelled. They run with great speed, are durable and easily learned' 
and work equally well on fine and heavy goods. 

Call and see tncm and examine the styles of work before purchasing any other at our 
store. 

TSTo. 220 Broad Street, 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

L. D. LALLERSTEDT, 

Attorney and CoHncellor at Law, 

AIJG-USTA, a A,, 
Will practice in the Courts of the Middle Circuit and ia War- 
ren and Lincoln of the Northern Circuit, and in the ?^u- 
preme and Federal Courts. 

Office over the City Bank. 



CITY DIRECTORY. lOi 



Martin, Mrs H. h 12 EUis. 

Martin, Thos. clerk 262 Broad. 

Mathews, Miss, miliner, 229 Broad. 

Mathewson, Jos 0. clerk with T P Stovall & Co, h N side Tel- 
fair bt Gumming and Kollock. 

Mathews, Ira, h S side Telfair bt Campbell and Jackson. 

Mathews, Jno L. h E side Gumming bt Baines and Gardiner. 

MATHEWS, W & 31 P. milinery goods, 229 Broad. 

Mathews, Wm. 229 Broad, bds Globe Hotel. 

Mawgraw, Peter, h 12 Calhoun. 

May, llobt H. of R H May & Go, h Green nr Jackson. 

MAY, BOBT. H & CO. carriage factory, cor Ellis and Jackson. 

May, Thos. grocer, 82 Centre. 

May, Henry, upholsterer, h 42 Walker. 

Mayer, Isaac, of Mayer & Morris, h 449 Broad. 

MAYER & MORRIS, clothing merchants, 2G1 Broad. 

Mead, Jno 11. book-keeper for N \V Woodruif, h Richmund Co. 

Mechanics Bank, 153 Broad. 

Mechanics 2d JMvision Fire Co, on Mcintosh bt Green and Ellis. 

Medium, F L. h N side Walker bt Campbell and Gumming. 

Madlam, F. President G R R, h lOV) Green. 

-Mcinecke, J II. grocer, 51 Telfair, h cor Twiggs and Washington. 

Meredith, Henry, Express Ofiiee. 

Meredith, J W. conductor S C R K, h 18 Broad. 

Metcalf, Jos H. of Olney & Metcalf, bds Augusta Hotel 

.Metcalf, Thos. laborer, h Mcintosh. 

Metcalf, I'hos S. President Mechanics Bank, h Broad nr Jackson. 

Meyer. Ignatz, grocer, 388 Broad, h same. 

Meyer,.Jas. of ^leyer & Bro, grocer, bds Broad. 

iMeyer, Jas & Bro. grocers, 384 Broad. 

Meyer, Jno. cabinet maker, h Kollock bt Telfair and (ireen. 

MEYER, JOHN F. soda factory, 99 Broad, hsame. 

Meyer, John W. h 38 Broad. 

Meyer, P. of ^leyer and Bro, grocer, bds Broad. 

Medium, Frank, gen agt and treas G R R Co, h 1(39 (hoen. 

MILLEDGE k MILLEDGE, attorneys at law, 248 ]^road. 

Miller, Edw T. merchant, h Reynolds bt Gumming and Macartan. 

Miller, Frank, attorney at law, bds Reynolds bt (hiniming and 
Macartan. 

.Millers, F T. attorney at law, of Millers <fc Jackson, h Macartan. 

MILLERS k JACKSON, attorneys at law, 225 Broa<l. 

Miller, Jas T. of Miller & Warren, h 112 Green. 

.Miller, J J. clerk 190 Broad. 

Miller. John, cabinet maker, 148 Broad, h Ellis. 

Miller, Juo F. of S & J F M, h 91 Reynolds. 

Miller, Jno T. of Jackson, M <fc Co, h 176 Broad. 

>[iller, John T. agent 8 C R Road. 

Miller, Jos P. of Miller k Co, h Reynolds. 



lt)2 



AUGUSTA 



WIOLMLI MU&6ISTS. 

HAVILAND, CHICHESTER & CO,, 

(LATE HAVILAND, RISLEY i GO.) 

258 Bi-oad Street, 



J AS. C. Havu.and, ( ^ J 

T. W. Chichkstkii, J S 1 

Geo. B. Olmstead 



W. Stevenson, 

Tf. S. SjIKJ.TON. 



HAVILAND, aXKVENSON & CO., 23 Eayiie Streii. C/iarkstm, iS. C 



CHARLES QUENTEL 




AIjC^TJSTA. gta.. 

In I he store recently (.>ccupiecl by Messrs', 
PirixizY & Claytox,) above Planters' 
Ifotel, opposite side. 
I :iiu prepared to make to order anything in my line in the best 
manner, and with dispatcli. 

filPMBl iimYElpiJY liff FBICES. 

J llppe to receive a liberal share of patronage.^; 



BARRETT & CARTER. 

WJIOLKSALE and retail DEALE'IS iN 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, &C., 

Broad Street. 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

Tiios. Harrett. J.iiiN JJ. CUrtki! 



f 



CITY DIEECTORY. 103 



Miller, Robt. li S side Telfair bt Campbell and Cumminj^. 

Miller, Stephen, of S & J F M, h Ellis. 

3Iiller, S & J F, grocers, 101 and 103 Broad. 

Miller, Thos W. attorney at law, h 128 Green. 

MILLER & WARREN, dry goods, 239 Broad. 

Miller, Wm. at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 

Milligan, Jas. cashier (t R R Bank, h cor Broad and Mcintosh. 

Millegan, S A. clerk Geo R RCo. • 

Millis, H S. grocer, 376 Broad, h sanu;. 

Mills, Josiah, carpenter, h 11 Green. 

Moniger, Jas E. watch maker and jeweller at ( ■lark& Oo\s, Broad, 

h 68 Green. 
Minis, Jas L. h S side Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 
Mitchell, T H. h 238 Broad. 

Mobley, Mrs Eliiiabeth, h Pine Row nr Augusta Factory. 
Moffet, Jos. conductor G R R, h Alley bt Calhoun and Taylor. 
Moffet, Thos. h N side Telfair bt Centre and Washington. 
Maher, E k L. mechanics boarding house, cor Washington and 

Ellis. 
Montgomeiy, Mn> -I W. h over 242 Broad. 
MONTGOMERY .v WHEELER, attorneys at law, office 9 

Washington. 
Montgomery, AV W. of M & Wheeler, h Broad. 
3Ioody, Wm. h 56 Ellis. 
Moon, Mrs A. dress maker, h 142 Green. 
Moore, A M. clerk, 502 Broad, h same. 
Moore, Geo K. clerk, 270 Broad, h Green. 
Moore, Henry, of H & J M & Co, 101 Creon. 
MOORE, H J & CO. hardware, 235 Broad. 
Moore, Jacob J. grocer, 368 Broad, h same. 
Moore, John C. clerk at 268 Broad. 
Moore, John N. office Fashion line 2 Bay bds liS Bay. 
Moore, Joseph, bds at Mrs McDade's, N side Ellis bt McKinne 

adn Marbury- 
Moore, Jos P. of H & J M, h 23 Calhoun. 
Moore, J W. conductor, h 06 Reynolds. 
Moore, Mrs. h 122 Green 

Moore, Miss, h Twiggs bt Fenwick and Calhoun. 
Moore, N B. h 134'^Reyuolds. 
.Moore, St John, book-keeper at Heard k Simpson, bds 62 

Walker. 
Moore, Samuel, cor Bay and Mcintosh, bds Planters' Hotel. 
Moore, Thos. h 91 Ellis. 

MoragneJ Mrs Mary, h Reynolds, bt Campbell and Jackson. 
Morrell, C. French boot maker, lO Washington. 
Morrell, T. tailor, 238 Broad, h Plouston bt Bay and Reynolds. 
Morgan, E. harness maker, 169 Broad. 
-Morgan, Jas R. h N side Market bt McKinne and Mill. 



104 AUGUSTA 



R. H. MAY & CO., 




A. FREDERICK, 



Manufacturer and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in' 



K mjmmuimmim m. 



ALsn, l)i;.\l>KK IN 



Foreign Frnits, Wines, Liqaors, Segars, 

&G.. &C., 
Broad Street, opposite Augusta Hotel, 

AUaXJSTA, &A.. 

17 P. girardey" 

ALSO, IMPORTER OF 

Fancy Boxes from Paris, French and German Toys, 
Spanish Segars, Fruits, &c., 



CITY DIRECTORY. 105 



Morgan, J W. teller at Bank of Augusta. 

Morris, B. grocer, 146 Broad, h same. 

Morris, J. book and job printer, 30 Mcintosh, h cor Green and 

Elbert. 
Morris, Jos. h cor Telfair and Campbell. 

Morris, Joseph B. of Mayer & M. ii cor Campbell and Telfair. 
Morris, L S. h over 260 Broad. 

Morrison; John, hS side Fenwick bt Campbell and Camming. 
Mosely, AVm T engineer at G II R, h 14 Telfair. 
Mosse, E. h N side Calhoun bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 
Mourer, — . h cor Watkins and Twiggs. 
Mourlan, J. h 24 Walker. 

Mulch, Geo. clerk at 279 Broad, bds U S Hotel. 
Mulherin, Mrs Elizabeth, h 407 Broad. 
Mulherin, Martin, bds 407 Broad. 
Mulherin, Wm. clerk at M O'Dowd, bds 407 Broad. 
Mulherin, Michael, marble cutter, bds Broad nr upper .^larket. 
Mulherin, Patrick, machinist bds407 Broad. 
Mulkey, N. laborer at S C R R. 

MuUain, John, W side Campbell bt Fenwick and Talcot. 
Mullan, Jas, h 12 Fenwick. 
Mullurky, Austin, book-keeper Globe Hotel. 
Mullan, James, engineer at G R R, 106 Centre. 
Mullen, Philip, h 204 Green. 

Murphy, — . bds N side Telfair bt Centre and Washington. 
Murphy, Daniel, wood work, 205 Green. 
Murphey, E T. grocer, 168 Broad. 
Murphey, John, h Jackson bt D'Antinac and Boundery. 
Murphy, John, grocery, Jackson nr Augusta Machine works. 
Murphy, J. finisher at G R R, bds cor Cumming and Fenwick, 
Murphy, Patrick, dark at Bailey & Bro, bds City Hotel 
Mrray, F. grocer, 15 Centre bt Reynolds and Broad, h game. 
Mustiu, Thos. clerk at N Daly, bds Globe Hotel. 
Mustin, Chas E. agent S C Mustin, h 142 Green. 
Mustin, Eli. merchant, h Reynolds bt Campbell and Macartan. 
Mnstin, Geo. book-keeper at Lamback & Cooper. 
Mustin, M A. merchant, h Reynolds bt Campbell and Macartan. 
Mustin & Son, china ware 282 Broad. 
MUSTIN, S C. china ware, 183 Broad, h 95 Reynolds. 
Mustin, "VVm A. h Reynolds. 

N. 

Nagle, John, merchant, Marbury bt Green and Telfair. 
Navy, John E. blacksmith, h 30 (Calhoun. 
Needle Women's Relief Society, 129 Broad. 
Neely, John, jr. clerk Constitutionalist office, h 14 Campbell. 
12 



106 AUGUSTA 



WILLIAM H. GOODRICH, 

(REPRESENTED BY CHARLES MCLAREN,) 

WHOMIMI eO^lE 



AND 



COMMISSION MERCHANT, 

AUGUSTA, GA., 

DEALER IN 

SuyarSy (Joffee.j Tobacco, ^egars, Candles, Starch, Soaj), Ba(j- 

yiny, Rope, Tvnne, Naih, and Wooden Ware, Bacon, 

Lard, Flour, Fish, Salt, &c., drc. 

Including everything usually found in a Wholesale Grocery 
House, excepting Liquors. 



W. H. GOODRICH, 

DEALER IN 

5111 kinbs of Cumber anb SuUbing Ulater'mla. 

A large stock always on hand. 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

Orders tilled with despatch. 

Steam Manufactory, Machine Shop and Lumber Yard, 

289 Reynolds Street, 

AUGhXJSTA, C^EOROIA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 107 

Neely, Rev John, h 14 Campbell. 

N'ees, Wm. boot and shoe maker, 29 Jackson, h same. 

Nees, Wm. h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 

Neilass, John, h N side Walker bt Curaming and Campbell. 

Nelson, Geo E W. book-keeper at Constitutionalist office. 

Nelson, G W. bds 9 Jackson. 

NELSON, JOHN, grocer, 304 Broad. 

Nesbit. Jas E. editor Constitutionalist, h Keynolds nr Macartan. 

Newbrj, G E. book-keeper at 270 Broad. 

Newbury, JT. book-keeper, 192 Green. 

Newman, Geo W. clerk at M L Alleoud, h D'Antinac bt Kol- 

lock and Pine, 
NewsoD, J, clerk at *>04 Broad. 
Newton, Mrs Br (Jeo M. h 173 Green. 
Neyland, Mrs E. hN side Market bt Marbury and McKinne. 
Neyland, ]Mrs M. h N side Telfair bt Centre and Washington. 
Nimmo, W G. book-keeper, notary public and master in equity, 

AVarren's Block, bds cor Campbell and Jones. 
Norman, J J. clerk at Express office. 
Norrell, W 0. of Broom & N. 

NORRELL, H D. bookseller and stationer, 224 Broad. 
North, John N. teller at Mechanic's Bank, h 152 Broad.' 
Norton, Mrs B. h over 194 Broad. 
Nowland, A J. h 114 Reynolds. 

O. 

OAKMAN, THADDEUS, attorney at law, Broad. 

Oakraan, Mrs Wm H.h 15 Reynolds. 

Oakman, Willington, h 87 Washington. 

Oakman, Wra H. sr. h 10(5 Green. 

OATES, GEO A. & BROTHERS, booksellers, pianos &c., 240 

Broad. 
Obermuller, Mrs Julia, h 411 Broad. 
O'Brien, Catherine, h N side Baines above Campbell. 
O'Brien, Frank, carpenter, bds 204 Green. 
O'Brien, Patrick, clerk at 173 Broad, bds Burke House. 
O'Brien, David, stewart at Globe Hotel. 
O'Connell, Mathew, laborer at G R R Depot. 
O'Connor, — . laborer at G R R. 

O'Conner, Francis, h S side Talcot bt Gumming and Campbell. 
O'Connor, J. laborer at G R R Co, h S 8 Fenwick bt Campbell 

and Jackson. 
O'Connor, Julia, h cor Campbell and Gardiner. 
O'Conner, M. laborer at G R R. 

O'Connor. Mrs D. milliner, 198 Broad, h over 184 Broad. 
O'Conner, Michael, E side Campbell bt Fenwick and Gardiner- 



108 AUGUSTA 



COFFIN & TROWERS, 

PAPER HANGING DEPOT, 

Jackson, bet-ween Ellis and Green Streets, 

Keep constantly ou hand a full assortment of 

PAPll HAiailfiS. 



COFFIN & TROWERS, 

""» sr\s» if^_jp| ^1 <rK^ (gi 



Mttatws ®f W@§i mi MmM% 

Jackson, bet. Ellis and Green Streets, 
AtJG-USTA, GrA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 109 



O'Coaner, Micheal M D. above Campbell S side Fenwick. 

O'Conner, Thos. laborer atG R R. 

O'Conner, Wm. laborer G R R. 

O' Conner, William, E side Campbell bt Fenwick and Gardiner. 

Odam, John, h 41 Broad. 

Odam, R. h Green. 

Oden, Wm. cabinet maker, h Ellis bt Mill and McKinne. 

O'Donoho, Mrs. dressmaker, 179 Green. 

O'Donald, M. wood agent at G R R. 

O'Donald, M. jr. omnibus agent at G R R. 

O'Donogbue, D. clerk at W Bridwell, bds Broad nr Cumihing. 

O'Donnell, Michael, h N side Baines. 

O'Donnell, E. h Jackson and D' Antinac. 
f j'^^^'DOWD, M. grocer and com. merchant, 321 Broad, h same. 

Oettly, Geo. tailor with J Conrad, bds Mcintosh opp Post Office. 

Offerman, F. dentist, office Newton House, Washington. 

Oglesby, G S. agent, Mcintosh Gin Factory. 

Oglesby, G T. principal superintendent of Mcintosh Gin and 
Mill Factory, h Mcintosh nr S Boundery. 

Oglesby, G W. mechanic at Mcintosh cotton and gin factory. 

Oglesby, J J. mechanic Mcintosh cotton and gin factory. 

Oglethorpe Infantry, drill room on Reynolds bt Mcintosh and 
Reynolds, 

Oldham, Jas. h N side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

Oliver, J B. h 60 Broad. 

Oliver, Miss Olivia, h 88 Centre. 

Oliver, S tl. agent Richmond Factory, cor Reynolds and Mc- 
intosh, h 15 Broad. 

Olney <fe Metcalf. Mcintosh bt Broad and Reynolds- 

Olophiiie, — . h 52 Walker. 

Omnibus Stables, cor Walker and Campbell, J I) Mathew, 
Superintendent. 

O'Neil. Jas. h N side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

O'Neil, Micheal, laborer at A & S R R, h 20 Centre. 

Orphan Asylum, episcopal church, 54 Green. 

OSBORNE, H J. jeweler, 236 Broad, h 89 Reynolds. 

Osborne, J F. salesman at 228 Broad, h Hamburg. 

Osborne, John, h S side Market bt McKinne and Marbury. 

Orchard, Jos. butcher. Centre bt Reynolds and Broad, h Ellis nr 
Centre. 

Oswald, Z. boot and shoe maker M Job, bds cor Broad .md 
Bridge Row. 

Owen, D W. h'S side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

Owens, W J. h 111 Green. 



110 AUGUSTA 



MEICiDFmML. 

L. S. HOYT'S 

AMMONIATED BONE 



A SUBSTITUTE FOR PERUVIAN GUANO. 

C^ Dq c^ ss::gi fL c^ @i U ""^^k^ ca> i?^ Cs. S3 ^ 
NTEAA^ YORK. 

My SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME is uot au experi- 
ment ; FOUR YEARS' TRIAL OF IT throuirlioiit the United 
States HAS PROVED ITS VALUE each y( ar, and that it is 
of uniform quality. 

Try it side by side with No. 1 Peruvian Guano, or any other 
Fertilizer, upon all i/our Cwj^s, and see which is Cheapest, Safest 
and most Lasting. As a top </;r.s.smy upon (?rain or Grass, early 
in the Spring, it "will pay." 

3Iade to Buyers of five tons or more. 

For directions, Analyses and Certificates, see Circular, sent 
free upon application. 

Observe that every Baiz; and Barrel of Hoyt's Super Phos- 
phate of Lime is branded as above designated. NONE 
OTHERS IS GENUINE. 

Full stocks kept constantly on " hand at New York prices, 
freight added, by 

THOS. F. STOVALI. & CO., 

A(/cnls. 
(See pages 112 and 114.) 



CITY DIKECTORY. Ill 



P. 



.» 



Page, John W. carpenter, li 18 Walker. 

Page, Wni T. com. merctant, 126 Broad, h same. 

Painter, Wm. li N side Ellis bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 

Palmer, — . h N side Walker bt Campbell and Gumming. 

Palmer, F D. clerk with Barrett & Carter, bds Globe Hotel. 

Pardue, Richard, engineer, h 34 Broad. 

Pardue, S S. clerk S C R R, h N side Telfair bt Centre and 

Washington, 
Parker, Aug A. auctioneer, h 48 Broad. 
Parks, Henry, blacksmith at Aug and 8av R R, h Twiggs. 
Parks, Jas. blacksmith at Aug and Sav R R, h Twiggs. 
Parkyan, H II. book-keeper, 29G S Broad, bds Planter's Hotel. 
Parr, John, h N side Telfair bt Elbert and Centre. 
Pass, R R. carpenter, Watkins nr City Jail, h same. 
Patrick, Mrs Rachael, h 53 Watkins. 
Patterson, Franklin, moulder, h 98 Green. 
Patterson, Dr J T. dentist, office cor Washington and Ellis, bds 

Augusta Hotel. 
Paul, Jacob, h McKinne bt Green and Fenwick. 
Paul, Wm. h 59 Watkins. 
Paufier, Benj. grocer, 335 Broad, h same. 
Payne, Chas. marble cutter, h 97 Broad. 
Pearce, Geo. at W H Goodrich's Factory, h N side Walker bt 

Lincoln and Elbert. 
Pearce, J J. com merchant, Campbell bt Reynolds and Broad, h 

Sand Hills. 
Pearse, S G. boot and shoe maker, Jackson bt Broad and Ellis, 

h Telfair Lower Market. 
Peay, H T. grocer, 110 and 112 Broad, h same. 
Peay, Henry, sup. for G W Lamar, bds Green. 
Pechmann, Chas. with May & Co. 
Peck, C M. clerk with Reed & Baldwin. 
Pegg, L M. clerk P 0, bds City Hotel. 
Temberton, W F. dis. court clerk and notary public, Mechanics 

Bank. 
Pemble, Chas. collector Constitutionalist office, h 87 Green. 
Penley, Jas T. h Marbury N of Fenwick. 
Perkins, J W. of T <fe Perkins, ^mbrotype and photograph gallery, 

h 86 Broad. 
Perret, Wm. bds 9 Jackson. 
Persell, Edward, omnibus agt, bds Jackson. 
Pery, Mrs Ann, h cor Kollock and Ellis. 
Phibbs, Thos. of Dickey & P, 279 Broad, bds Aug Hotel. 



112 AUGUSTA 



THOS. P. STOVALL «fe CO., 

General Commission Mercbants, 

283 Broad Street, 
AUGUSTA, GA^., 

Offer their services for buying or selling Cotton, Grain, and all 
kinds of produce. 

LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON ALL CONSIGNMENTS. 

Agents for Etowah Manufacturing Mining Co. 

Agents for Montour Cotton Mills. 

Agents for Cleveland Flour Mills. 

Agents for Long worth's and Georgia "Wines, 

Keep constantly on hand heavy stocks of Etowah Bar and Band 

Iron; Lime, Plaster and Cement, Osnaburgs, Shirtings and 

Yarns. Are prepared to sell Cotton, Bacon, Whiskey, 

Grain, and produce generally. 

ALSO, 



FOR 

Lamar Insurance Co., New York. 
PhcBnix Insurance Co., Brooklyn. 
Valley Virginia Insurance Co., Winchester, Va. 
Charter Oak Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn. 
Knickerbocker Life Insurance Co., Ne^v York. 
Girard Insurance Co., Philadelphia. 
(See pages 110 and 114.) 



CITY DIRECTORY. • 118 



Philip, Alex, justice peace, bds with E B Schneider. 20 Jack- 
son bt Broad and Ellis. ^ 

Phillips, Julia, h cor Grardiner and Gumming. * 

Phillips, J T. engineer Aug and Sav R R. 

Phillips, Theadore, h Marbury, bt Green and Telfair. 

Phillips, Wm. archi'ct surv'or, office McKinne nr Level Canal. 

Phillips, Wm. pattern maker, h Mcintosh bt Taylor and South 
Boundary. 

Phillips, Wm. h S side D' Antignac bt Pine and KoUock. 

Phillips, Wm. jr. tender canal lock, h McKinne. 

Philpot, David, h 4 Calhoun. 

Philpot, Henry, R. h 76 Ellis. 

Philpot, Capt T N. h 19 Bay. 

Phinizy& Clayton, com inerchajits, Reynolds bt Campbell and 
Macartan. 

Phinizy & Co. grocers, 272 Broad. 

Phinizy, Chas H. bds at John Phiuizy's. 

Phinizy, P. of F & Clayton, h 218 Broad. 

Phinizy, J. h 107 Green. 

Phinizy, Jks H. of P & Co, bds at John Phinizys. 

Phinizy, Robt. h Ellis nr Centre, 

Phinizy, Thos B. physician, office cor Washington and Ellis, bds 
with John Phinnizy, Green. 

Pickering, Alex B. h 92 Ellis. 

Pickering, Wm. h 100 Ellis. 

Picquet, A D. justice of peace, Jackson, bt Reynolds and Broad. 

Picquett, Benj. h over 130 Broad. 

Picquett, Lewis A. clerk, 135 Broad, bds over 130 Broad. 

Pierce, E B. clerk with L & Cooper, 228 Broad, bds 191 Green. 

Pierce, Sam'l G. bds at Jno Barr's, Telfair bt Elbert and Centre. 

Pitcher, Aug. book-keeper, 239 Broad, h cor Jackson and Broad. 

PLANT, H B, superintendent Adams' Express Co, 179 Broad. 

Piatt, Chas A. of C A P & Co, h Green, cor Campbell. 

PL ATT, r A. house furnishers and cabinet ware rooms, 214 
Broad. 

Piatt, Jacob, of Piatt & Co, hover 213 Broad. 

Piatt, Wm. clerk at Piatt & Go's, bds with G A Platf. 

Plodget, Foster, h Telfair, bt Lincoln and Elbert 

Plumb, A F. clerk, 274 Broad. 

Plumb, D B. of P & Leiter, h 156 Broad. 

Plumb, H B. express office, bds Aug Hotel. 

PLUMB & LEITNER, druggists and apothecaries, 212 Broad, 

Pollard, W J. conductor Geo R R, bds Globe Hotel. 

Pomeroy, F A. at W H Goodrich's Factory. 

Pool, Jas A. h 59 Watkine. 

Pool, Jas H. laborer, h cor Mill and Broad. 

Post Office, Mcintosh bt Broad and Ellis. 

PouUain, Antoine, of Boulin, J & (^o, h Sand Hillji, 
13 



114 AUGUSTA 



qROVER & BAKER'S 

JUSTLY CELEBRATED 



SBWIM MAGHIll 

Sales Room, No. 255 Broad Street. 
AXTOXTSTA, OA. 

Frioe, from $5a to $100. 

*»m9* ■ 

Reasons why fJte Grover & Baker's Seioing Machinea in nni- 
versally preferred for Family Sewing. 

Ist. It is more simple and easier kept in i 4th. The same machine run.s silk, linen 
order than any other machine. thread, and common spool cotton with 

2d. It makes a scam which will not rip ■ equal facility, 
or ravel, though every* third stitch is cut. 6th. The seam is as clastic as the most 

3d. It sew.s from two ordinarj- spools, and , elastic fabric so that it is free from all lia- 
thus all trouble of wnding thread is avoid- j bility to break in washing, ironing and 
cd, while the same machine can bo adapt- I otherwise. 

ed at pleasure, by a mere change of spool, j 6th. The stitch made by this machine is 
to all varieties of work. | more beautiful than any other made either 

I bv hand or machine. 



Certificate from Snnator Hammond, of South Carolina. 

Washington, D. C, Dec. 11, 1858. 
In reply to your letter aaking my opinion of Grover k, Baker's 
Sewing Machine, I take pleasure in saying that they have more 
than sustained my expectations After trying and returning 
others, I have three of them in operation on my dififerent places, 
and after five years trial have no fault to find. 

Respectfully, (Signed,) J. H. HAMMOND. 

Agents wanted for every county in the State. 

THOS. P. STOVALL & CO., 

Owners of the Rtght for Georgia. 
(See pa^es 110 and 112.) 



CITY DIRECTORY. 115 

POULLAIxN, JENNINGS & CO. grocers, 237 Broad cor Jacksou. 

Poullet, Peter, bds with C»f r Heney, Broad, » 

Pouraelle, (} P. clerk P 0, bds Green bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

Powell, John, carpenter, h 11 Telfair. 

Powell, Mrs T. h 13 Reynolds. 

Powell, Sterling, carpenter, h 6 Green. 

Powers, L H. express office, bds City Hotel. 

Powers, Richard, h S side Fenwick bt Campbell and Jackson. 

Presbyterian Church, cor Green and KoUock. 

Presbyterian Lecture Room, cor Mcintosh and Ellis. 

Prescott, C S. h 13 Broad. 

Prescott, Mrs Sarah, h 13 Broad. 

Prescott, Seaborne, h 85 Green. 

Preston, J B. Tres Aug and Sav R R, bds at Mrs McLaughlin, 

Broad. 
Prevail, Chas F. carpenter, h 22 Ellis. 
Prevail, Mrs M. h 1 Reynolds. 
Prevail, Thad, carpenter Geo R R. 

PRICE, WM 0. clother and merchant tailor, 238 Broad. 
Prince, Joseph, laborer, h 216 Green, 
i^rint, Anna, h Marbury, bt Jones and Broad. 
Prior, Wm L. carpenter, h 32 Broad, 
Pritchard, Wm H. reporter, h 88 Broad. 
Pritchard, Mrs W H. millinary, h 164 Broad. 
PRONTAUT, A, watches and jewelry, 163 Broad. 
Pruit, W G. h Pine Row nr Augusta Factory. 
Pryor, J, h Calhoun bt Washington and Twiggs. 
Pugh, N S. foreman Aug Dispatch, bds withS A Atkinson. 
Purit, Henry, h Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 
Purnell, N. grocer, Jacksou bt Telfair and Walker, h same. 
Purnell, N.li 65 Reynolds. 
Purse, Isiah, of Poullain, J & Co, h 62 Ellis. 
Pursell, Jas. h Jackson bt Calhoun and D'Antignac. 
Putnam, N T. clerk, bds City Hotel. 



Q. 



QUENTEL, CHAS. cabinet maker, 352 Broad, h same. 
Quinby & Co. artist gallery, over 225 Broad. 
Quinby, C J. bds Mansion House, 
Quinn, C. bds 9 Jacksou. 
Quinn, Jno C, of Q & Rigby, h 389 Broad. 
QUINN ct RIGBY, steam plaining mills, E side Marbury on 
IjcvcI Canal. 



116 AUGUSTA 



M. E. SWINNEY, M. D., 

II 



W^y^ 



AND 



j^iiV^ i^ 



^JTI 



Under Planters' Hot-el. 



A. STEVENS, 

WHOLESALE GROCER 

A.\L> 

eOlEIIIIOI IIMMIT, 

Next to the Plantei-s' Hotel. 

AUGUSTA, G A. 



CONSIGNMENTS OF PRODUCE SOLICITED 

Keeps on hand a large stock of Wines and Jiiquor.s, Oi^ars, 
Tobac^co, t\:c. 



CITY DIRECTORT. 117 



R. 

Kahner, Jos. at \V H Goodrich's t'actoi^. 

Rainwater, M G. printer, bds KoUock nr CIreen. 

Rainey, Mrs M. boarding house, cor Gumming and Feu wick. 

Rainey, Wm F. finisher at G R R, bds at Mrs Rainey's. 

Ramsay, David, h 9 Jackson. 

Ramsay, Jas. bds 96 Ellis. 

Ramsey, J B. city constable, h o Broad. 

Ramsay, John D. h 10 Campbell. 

RAMSAY & LABAW, clothiers, 808 Broad. 

Ramsay, Mrs M J. board house 9 Jackson. 

Ramsey & Story, grocers, 275 Broad. 

Ramsay, Wm. h 96 Ellis. 

Ramsay, W A. of R & Labaw, 179(rreen. 

Randall, Daniel, carpenter, h 11 Ellis. 

Randall, Mrs. W. h 67 Reynolds. 

Rappold, Geo. grocer, cor Centre and Calhoun, h same. 

Rappold, John, grocer and bar, 116 Broad. 

Harden, Jas, laborer at G R R. 

Raridon, James, at G R R, h Alley bfc Calhoun and Fcnwick. 

Rascover, Hammond, clothing merchant, 144 Broad. 

Ratcliffe. Jus. clerk, h 402 Broad. 

Ratcliffc, .Mrs M. h 402 Broad. 

Rawlins Chas. h Jones nr Mill. 

tlawlins, Isham, N side Talcot bt Cnnipbeil and Cummiug. 

Ray, Nathiniel, h S side D'Antignac bt Pine and Kollock. 

Read,^Miss Lucy J. superint. Grover & Baker's sewing machine, 

h Washington bt Walker and Telfair. 
Read. Mrs Martha, boarding house. 820 and 822 Broad. 

Read^, Miss Mary, h 208 Broad. 

lleagan, Thoy W. shoe dealer, 184 Broad, li over 181 Broad. 

lledferii, Mrs Margaret, h 28 Greeu. 
Redmond. \' V2 bds 44 Walker. 

Reed, — . h S side l^^llis bt McKinneand Marbury. 

Reed. J. h Broad. 

Reed, Mrs Alice, h 71 Rey nobis. 

Reed, Robt N. of Baldwin ,t II, bds Planter.s' Hotel. 

Heed, Wm J . at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 

Kees, John C. of R & Linton, h 148 Reynolds. 

IM^^ES & LINTON, com merchants. Jackson bt Wuy and 
Reynolds. 

ilec-te, Elizabetl). ii S side Miller bt Kollock and ('i'.nM!;iii!:. 

llee.se, Enoch, stone caiter, cor Cununing and Walker. 

lioilly, John, h Reynolds bt Jackson and CampbfU. 

lleinhart. Julius, dry ^oods, 890 Broad, hsanie. 



118 



AUGUSTA 



MARBLE 




Broad Street, Awjusta, Oa., near the. Lower Market. 

The undersigned begs leave to 
inform the public generally, that 
he is now prepared to receive and 
execute their orders, (furnishing 
plans, or executing according to 
designs furnished.) for every de- 
scription of 




PLAIN OR SCULPTURED 



TOMB-STONES, 

SL^BS, <Sz>c., 

Or any other kind of 



•yy 'a xi ill, 



Executed in tlie most elaborate 
and artistic Style, and of un- 
sui-passed beauty and , 
finish . 
0KDER8 from the Country 
promptly executed, and the ut- 
most care ttjken in packing for 
transportation. 

The undersigned solicits the attentii)n of those who may wit.h anything in his line 
and respectfully invites them to call at his establishment, and examine specimens of hi^ 
■work ; also his new, unique and original plans. 

I feel confident that an examination of my specimens, plans and prices, will eouvinw 
any person that there is now no need to send their orders to the Xorth. 

I would also refer visitors to the City Cemetery to seo specimens of mv work. 

THEODORE MARKWALTER. 



CITY DIKECTORY. 119 



Renkle, Gregor, grocer, 160 Broad, h same. 

Reppard, Jas. at Wm H Goodrich's factory. 

Reynolds, Bridget, h 234 Green. 

Reynolds, Charles, S side D'Antinac bt Pine and Marbury. 

Reynolds, Jas. at Wm H Goodrich's factory. 

Reynolds, John superintendent paint shop G R R. 

Reynolds, Thos. at Wm H Goodrich's factory. 

Reynolds, Thos. blacksmith with J H Lowrey, bds D'Antignac 

nr Marbury. 
Rhiphart, Jas. bds at Mrs Franklin's, Talcot. 
Rhoden, Elisha, h Pine Row nr Augusta factory. 
Rhoden, William, carpenter G R R, N side Baines bt Gumming 

and Campbell. 
Rhodes, Chas. carpenter, h 44 Reynolds. 
Rhodes, J H. clerk 308 Broad, bds 154 Broad. 
Rhodes, Thos R. grocer, 154 Broad. 
Rhodes, W P. clerk, 154 Broad. 

Rice, L. carpenter at Wm H Goodrich's factory, h 391 Broad 
Rice, M. plainer at G RR, h Jackson bt Fenwick and Calhoun. 
Rice, M. jr, h Jackson bt Fenwick and Calhoun. 
Rice, P. h N side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 
Rich, C T. bridge keeper, h over 121 Broad. 
Rich, Wm. carpenter, h 20 Calhoun. 
Richards, Edward, book-keeper 265 Broad, h 67 Ellis. 
Richards, Thos. of Jas M. Dye & Co, h 165 Reynolds. 
Richards, Thos <fc Son, books and stationery, 262 Broad. 
Richards, Wm T. of Thos R & Son, h 87 Reynolds. 
Richardson, J L. clerk at Holman & Turpin, Broad. 
RICHMOND & REED, grocers 318 Broad, 
[lichmond, W R. of R & Reed, h Woodlawn. 
Rickmau, John, clerk at S C R R, h 22 Reynolds. 
Rigby, H. of Quinn and R. 
Rigney, Thos. stone yard, cor Cumming and Walker, h Fenwick 

nr Cumming. 
Riley, B C. clerk 205 Broad, bds Augusta Hotel. 
Riley, James, grocer, cor Taylor and Twiggs. 
Riley, Richard, blacksmith G R R, h Mcintosh bt Fenwick and 

Walker. 
Rion, John, painter, h 31 Broad. 
Roath, D L. clerk City Court, h 219 Green. 
Roath, Mrs. h 102 Green. 

Roach, P. h Fenwick bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Robbins, Wm. clerk 220 Broad, bds S side Ellis bt Cumming 

and Kollock. 
Robbins, S B. proprietor Planter's Hotel, 305 Broad. 
, Robert, A. of Burch & R, h 71 Green. 

>' Robert, Augustus, book-keeper at Carmichael& Co, h 86 Ellis. 
Roberts. Coskery & Co, grocers at 270 Broad, 



120 AUGUSTA 



A. P. BIGNON, 



^JANUFACTURKR AND DEALER IN 



FIME KEABY-MADE 



€1 #^ 1" M I 11 



HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS, 



FOR MEN AND BOYS. 

No. 180 Broad Street, 

AUGUSTA, GA., 

Second ('lothing 8tore, above the Augusta Hotel. 



I respectfully solicit an examination of uiy stock, and hope to 
receive your patronage. A. P. BIGNON. 

N. B. Always on hand, well made CLOTHING for ServauU. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 121 



Roberts, Geo. printer at Constitutionalist office, h Macartan and 
Reynolds. 

Roberts, J M. clerk at Roberts, Coskey & Co, bds Grlobe Hotel. 

Roberts, Josepb, bds at Mr Franklin's, Talcot. 

Roberts, N, bds 9 Jackson. 

Roberts, T H. office 270 Broad. 

Roberts, W J. h cor Taylor and Mcintosh. 

Roberts, W S. of Roberts, Coskey & Co, h Harrisonville. 

Robertson, A P. li 85 Broad. 

ilobertson, George, h 48 Green. 

ilobertson. James, carpenter, bds 149 Washington, 

Robertson, William, stave maker, h over 128 Broad. 

Robinson, S. clerk at Jas M Dye & Co. 

Robinson, Tyre, h S side Factory. 

Roche, P. h N side Walker bt Jackson and Campbell. 

Rodgers, E. gun smith, h 118 Reynold. 

Rodgers, Z. h Bay bt Mill and McKinne. 

Roe, A H. h N side Fenwick bt Twiggs and Washington. 

Roe, Mrs, h N side Walker bt Campbell and Cumming. 

Roe, Mrs. h S side Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 

Rogers, Alphus, solicitor, and of Walker & R, bds 87 Broad. 

Rogers & Bowen, gun smiths, 224 Broad. 

Rogers, E H. of R & Bowen, 224 Broad. 

Rogers, Henry, carpenter, shop Jackson bt Green & Telfair. 

Rogers, J H. clerk at Barrett & Carter, bds 87 Broad. 

Rogers, Mrs C A. h 87 Broad. 

Rogers, Sam'l T. clerk 225 Broad, bds Aug Hotel. 

Rogers, T. keeper city cemetery, h 21 Green. 

Roland, Wm J. h Jackson bt Green and Telfair. 

Rolau, Jno. h S side Factory. 

ROLL, LUTHER, carriage factory, cor Reynolds and Wash- 
ington, h 155 Broad. 

Rollins, Jas. laborer at Geo R R. 

Rooney, Eliza, h Factory. 

Rooney, Francis, h cor Barnes and Cumming. 

Rooney, Horace, fireman Aug and Sav R R. 

Rooney, Jas. shifter Aug and Sav R R, h 33 Taylor. 

Rooney, Mrs Ann, h S side Fenwick bt Campbell and Jackson. 

Rooney, Morris, S side Miller bt Carrie and Cumming. 

Rooney, Thos. grocery, 18 Centre. 

Rosenfelt, Isaac, of R & Simons, bds Globe Hotel. 

Rosenfelt & Simons, merchants, 157 Broad. 

Rossignall, Henry, physician, office 193 Broad, h 189 Broad. 

Rossignall, Paul, h over 127 Broad. 

Ross, John, grocer 357 Broad, h same. 

Ross, Jno. grocer Jackson bt Ellis and Green, h Broad nr Kollock. 

Ross, Wm. clerk Geo R R, h cor Telfair and Campbell. 

Ross, Wm. h S side Ellis bt Cumming and Kollock. 
14 



122 AUGUSTA 



Augusta Hotel. 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. 

WM. E. WHEELOCX, Proprietor. 



THIS HOUSE is now offered to the Public as inferior to no other. 
In the South, and from its 

ITS LARGE AND AIRY ROOMS, 
FURNISHED IN THE BEST MANNER, 

Offers great inducements and accommodations to 

Ladies and Families Traveling, 

The Public may expect from this House all the Luxuries 
and Comforts to be found in any other Hotel. 



Always at the different Depots, to convey Passengers to and from 
this House, and no charge for Omnibus Fare to those 



who have Through Tickets. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 123 



Rosseter, Jas. clerk Jas Bowen, bds 341 Broad. 

Rottman, Wm. at W H Goodrich's Factory. 

Rowe, N W. grocer and bar, cor Fenwick and Twiggs. 

Rowland, Chas A. of Fleming & R, bds Mansion House. 

Rowland, Sam'l H. clerk Geo R R, h N side Walker bt Lincoln 

and Elbert. 
Rowley, John, grocer, cor Walker and Jackson, h same. 
Royal, Wm S. of Clark & R, h 88 Reynolds. 
Ruddall. Mrs A. h 32 Campbell. 
Rumley, Edw. carpenter Geo R R, h 14 Ellis. 
Rumsey, W H. book-keeper 6 Mcintosh, bds J Davison. 
Rupp, J C. sewing machine works, h Lincoln bt Ellis and Broad. 
Russell, B B. book-keeper and notary public, Union Bank, h 66 

Green. 
Russell, H F. agent excel line steamers, cor Bay and Mcintosh, 

h 64 Walker. 
Russell, Jas. h 64 Walker. 

Russell, J B. apothe. and druggist, 271 Broad, bds City Hotel. 
Russell, J C. of Garwood & R, 327 Broad. 
Russell, Thos. manufacturing jeweler, 30 Mcintosh. 
Russell, W M. at W H Goodrich's Factory, h Macartan, nr 

Reynolds. 
Ruxsell, Miss Nicy, h Reynolds nr Mill. 
Ryaus, Jas. bds Mrs Keys. 
Ryerson, J E. pastor Baptist Chnrch, bds City Hotel. 

S. 

Sarling, J. h 404 Broad. 

Sale, Fredrick, conductor Geo R R, bds Globe Hotel. 

Salisbury, W^m H. of Wm H S & Co, h cor Ellis and Marbury. 

SALISBURY, WM H & CO. tinners, plumbers and gas fit- 
ters, 257 Broad. 

Sams, W J C. cashier City Bank, bds Planter's Hotel. 

Samuel, E F. clerk 228 Broad, bds U S Hotel. 

Sanchez,, B S. of Kinchley & S, bds Broad nr Jackson. 

Sanchen, Jacob, h S side Fenwick bt Mcintosh and Washington. 

Sanders, Moses, h 19 Fenwick. 

Sandfare, Wm. farrier, h 81 Green. 

Sanken, Jacob, grocer and bar, cor Twiggs and Fenwick. 

Satterfield, Mrs Ann, h Marbury bt Green and Telfair. 

Sauter, S. boot and shoe maker, cor Ellis and Jackson, h Jack- 
son bt Telfair and Green. 

Savage, Daniel, clerk P 0, bds City Hotel. 

Scarboro, Hiram, h E side Summers bt Jackson and Campbell. 

Scarboro, Kelly, h E side Summers bt Jackson and Campbell. 

Scanlin, Wm. laborer at Geo R R, 



124 



AUGUSTA 



J. KAUFFER, 




Embroideries, Hosiery, Gloves, Mits, Laces, Cloths, Cassi- 

meres, Satinets, silks, Bareges, Delaines, Lawns, 

Prints, Ginghams, Merinoes, Coburgs, 

Alpacas, Cloaks and Mantillas. 

Iron F'ront Store, 

Under the Augusta Hotel, > ^ ^^{^m^W^P S^^ 



igusta J 
BROAD STREET, ) 



WILLIAM BRENNER 



MANUF/vvTCRKR OF 




AND DEALER IN 



369 Broad Street, 

AUG^USTA, OKOUGflA. 

All Orders punctually attended to, and warranted to suit 



JOSEPH SUMEKAU, 



J1 



169 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga., 

Furnishes Weddings, Parties, Balls, &c., 

At the shortest notice. 
Fancy Candy, Pyramids, Steeple and Ornamented Bridal Cakes, 

Jellies, Ice Creams. Charlotte de Busses, &c. 
fi^^Home made Cakes Iced and Ornamented to order.' 



CITY DIKECTORY. 125 



Schanfield, Frederick, boot maker, shop 139 Broad, li Houston 

bt Green and Reynolds. 
Scheffmeyer, Chas. clerk Bailie & Bro, bds at Mr Myers, Broad. 
8GHIRMER, WM R. agt., millwright and mill stone builder, 

Ellis bt Campbell and Gumming, h Reynolds nr Bridgerow. 
Schley, Creo. of Geo & W S, h Sand Hills. 
Schley, Geo & "W, attorneys at law, 17 Mcintosh. 
Schley, Mrs Sophia, h 283 Broad cor Campbell. 
Schley, 31rs Wm. h cor Campbell and Broad. 
Schley, W. of Geo & W S, h Sand Hills. 
Schmidt, A. grocer, 419 Broad, h same. 
Schmidt, Henry, bds S side Ellis, bt Cumming and Kollock. 
Schmidt, Wm. at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 
Schneider, Christian, baker at 28 Centre. 

Schneider, E R. restaurant, Jackson bt Ellis and Broad, h same. 
Schneider, J. clerk Dawson & Skinner's, bds at E R Schneider. 
Schuier, G M. boot and shoe maker, 36 Mcintosh, h same. 
Scholl, — . with May & Co. 

Scilon, T. h N side Walker bt Campbell and Jackson. 
Scofield, E. h N side Telfair bt Jackson and Campbell. 
Scoggins, L\aley, h 5 opp. Aug Factory. 
Scotl, McGregor, h 2 Reynolds. 
Scranton, P A. of Zimmerman <fc Stovall, bds Planter's Hotel. 



Sr. 



criven, 



M H. clerk, bds City Hotel. 



Scully, I), laborar at G R R, h Campbell bt Barnes and Gardiner. 

Scully, J. laborer at G R R, h Fenwick bt Campbell and Cumming. 

Scully, Jno. laborer at G R R, h Alley bt Calhoun and Fenwick. 

Scully Michael, laborer at G RR, h W side Campbell bt Baines 
and Gardiner. 

Scale, R A. bds at Thos H Bevans, Market. 

Scgo, Levi M. h N side Jones bt McKinne and Marbury. 

Seitz, A. grocer, N side Walker bt Campbell and Cumming. 

Senninger, J. boot maker with S G Pearse. 

SERVICE, JNO H. seed store, 227 Broad, h Ellis bt Centre 
and P^lbert. 

Setze, A J. clerk at 195 Broad, bds at J P Setye's. 

Setze, Jno. clerk at 195 Broad, bds at J P Setye's, 94 Green. 

Setze, J P. dry good mer't, 195 Broad, h 94 Green cor Centre. 

Sexton, Noah, h Factory. 

Shachno, Chas grocer, 351 Broad, h same. 

Shackelford, Geo W. cutter 230 Broad, h Lincoln bt Green and 
Telfair. 

Shackelford, Jas. carpenter, 18 Ellis. 

Shane, John, h N side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

Shafinehan, T. h W side Summers bt Campbell and Jackson. 

Sharkey, P. blacksmith, Centre bt Reynolds and iiroad, h Cen- 
tre bt Ellis and Broad. 

Sharkne-ss, Edmund, h cor Campbell and Gardiner. 



126 AUGUSTA 



W. H. SALISBURY ^ CO., 

(successors to W. H. GOODRICH,) DEALERS IX 

STO¥ES MB GMTiS, 

PLAIN AND JAPANNED TIN WARE, 

'^ritaimra, Moa'h, Salilloto anb Ijollolu Marts, 

Lead and Block Tin Pipes, Tin Plates, Sheet 
Iron, Wire, &c., 

AND MANUFACTURERS OF 

Tin, Copper, Lead and Sheet Iron Ware, 



Done in the most approved manner, with dispatch. 

The Trade supplied with Tin Ware, at wholesale, on the low- 
est terms. 

No. 3 DeKalb Range, Broad Street, 

AUGUSTA, GEOEGIA. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 127 



Sharp, Edward V. artist, h 57 Telfair. 

Sharp Frederick, grocery, 207 Green. 

Sharp, T. h 425 Broad. 

Shaub, J. car builder, h S side Talcotbt Cumming and Campbell. 

Shauk, John, carpenter at G R R. 

Shear, Wm. dry goods merchant, 209 Broad, h over 180 Broad. 

Sheehan, Daniel, clerk at Barry & Battey. 

Sheehan, Jerry, grocer, cor Walker and Campbell, h same. 

Sheehan, Jno. grocer, cor Eenwick and Jackson, h same. 

Sheehan, Owen, at the Express Office, h S side Gardiner bt 
Cumming and Campbell. 

Sheehan, Patrick, clerk at G R R. 

Sheehan, Patrick, laborer at G R R, h S side Gardiner bt Camp- 
bell and Cumming. 

Sheen, J. grocer, h S side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

Sheeron, Peter, bar room and grocery, N side Fenwick below 
Marbury, h next door. 

Sheppard, Geo M. clerk 212 Broad. 

Shepard, Sam, clerk Barrett & Carter, bds Aug Hotel. 

Sherlock, Wm F. h S side Fenwick bt Washington and Centre. 

Sherman, Francis, blacksmith at Geo R R, h Jackson bt D'An 
tignac and Boundary. 

Sheron, Chas. grocery, h S E cor Kollock and D'Antignac. 

Sheron, M. justice peace, cor Broad and Campbell. 

Sheron, Mathew, grocery, E side Marbury N of Fenwick. 

SHERMAN, JESSUP &C0. saddlery and coach materials, 225 
Broad. 

Shewmake & Carter, attorney at law, Mcintosh bt Reynolds and 
Broad. 

Sheuman, W L. clerk 109 Broad. 

Sheumake, Jno T. of S & Carter, h Sand Hills. 

Sheil, W S. clerk, bds City Hotel. 

Shonnehan, Jno. h cor Gardiner and Cumming. 

Shopp, Lawrence T. h 35 Broad. 

SIBLEY, BOGGS & CO. family grocers, 260 Broad. 

Sibley, Chas H. of S, Boggs & Co, h 16 Bay. 

Sibley, Edw A. of Sibley, Boggs & Co, h 16 Bay. 

Sibley, H J. groccer, 161 Broad, h 9 Bay. 

Sibley, Josiah of Sibley & Sons, h cor Elbert and Bay. 

Sibley, Josiah & Sons, grocers, 13 Jackson. 

Sibley, S H. of Sibley & Sons, bds cor Elbert and Bay. 

Sibley, W C. of Sibley & Sons, bds cor Elbert and Bay. 

Sifferlen, A C. grocer 325 Broad, h same. 

Sikes, Mrs Sarah, h 410 Broad. 

Sikes, Wm. h N side Ellis bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Silber, Fredrick, 175 Broad. 

Selcox, John, h McKinne bt Fenwick and S Boundary. 
Silbert, Miss Sarah, 82 Broad. 



128 



AUGUSTA 



RICHMOND & REED, 

Keep constantly on hand a general assortment of 

?^ IF 1F» 



FOR CITY AND COUNTRY TRADE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

No. 318 Broad Street, opposite the Planters' Hotel, 

A U G^XJ S T A, G^ A. 

W. R. Richmond. Jerry Reed. 



ItfeCORD, HORTON & WALTON, 

GROCERS, 

Corner of Broad ajid Campbell Streets, 

A^UaUSTA., OA.., 

Will keep constantly on hand a good stock for 

Merchants' Trade and Planters' Supplies, 

Which they offer at the lowest market prices. 
Z. McCoRD, J. W. HoRTON. R. Walton, Je. 



JOHN F. MEYER 



MANUFACTURER OF SUPERIOR 

?^7 



BOT-g'I.SB MM Mm 



9 



I TO 



SB, 



Lemon Syrup, Stoughton Bitters and Draught Ale, 

9 9 Bi'oad Street, 
AUGUSTA, GA. 

J5^0rders from the country solicited and promptly filled 



OITY DIRECTORY. 129 



Siinmonent, Edw. li 421 Broad. 
Simmons, E L. boot and shoe merchant, 156 Broad. 
Simmons, G. cashier Branch State Bank, h same. 
Simmons, Jno B. machinist, bds 451 Broad. 
Simmons. J S. paying teller G R R Bank, h 52 Green- 
Simmons, S B. physician, Jackson bt Elhs and Green, bds Broad 

over State Bank. 
Simmons, Thos M. book-keeper at M P Stovall'H, h cor Carrie 

and Miller. 
Simon, Nathan, 157 Broad, bds at Globe Hotel. 
Simpson, J R. of Heard & S, h country. 
Sindersine, Lewis, h Ellis bt Mill and McKinne. 
Singer, F H. job printing, 3IcIntosh bt Reynolds and Broad, h 

cor Broad and Mcintosh. 
Singleton, Timothy, contractor at G R R, h S side Fenwick bt 

Campbell and Camming. 
Singleton <fc West, cabinet makers, S side Ellis bt Washington 

and Mcintosh. 
Singleton, Wm. of S i\: West, h Ellis bt Washington and 

Melntosh. 
Sistrunk, Jacob, h cor Telfair and Centre. 
Skinner, L C. of Dawson uud S, h 183 Green. 
Skinner & Maharry, grocers, 884 Broad. 
Skinner, S J. of S & Maharry, grocers, 384 Broad, bds at Mrs 

M A Reed, Broad. 
Slater, George, machinist, h cor Washington and Watkins. 
Sledge, Dr J G. druggist, 131 Broad, h 127 Broad. 
Slemons, James, machinist, bds G Slater. 
Small, Jos A. h Ellis bt Mill and McKinne. 
Small, John, bakery, cor Centre and Ellis. 
Small, Peter, telegraph office, bds Globe Hotel. 
Simmons, J S. paying teller G R R Bauk, h 52 Green. 
Smith, A. boot maker, bds cor Jackson and Telfair. 
Smith, Mrs C. raillinary and dress maker 244 Green. 
Smith, Mrs D. h N side Telfair bt Kollock and Marbury. 
Smith, Miss Elizabeth, h 83 Green. 
Smith, George, h Factory bt Pine and Marbury. 
-Smith, Isaac, cotton broker, bds City Hotel. 
Smith, James, boot and shoe maker, 3 Bay. 
Smith, J 1). h N side Telfair bt Centre f^nd Washington. 
Smith, John N. clerk at Dr M E Swinney, bds 405 Broad. 
Smith, John D. of Jno D S & Co, h Telfair. 
Smith, John D & Co, boot and shoe dealers and manufactors, 204 

Broad. 
Smith, Robt. h 42 Fenwick bt Washington and Centre, 
Smith, Samuel, W side Kollock N <^f D'Antinac. 
Smith, Samuel D. express ofl&ce, bds City Hotel. 
Smith, Thos B. of Bothwell& S,|bds Augusta Hotel. 
15 



130 AU&USTA 



'2 THE SUBSCRIBERS WISH TO 



FUEGlJiSE SM7ES, 

For Western Markets. 

THE HIGHEST PRUCES 

Will be paid at all times. 
Apply at our Office, EUls Street, in rear of the U. S. Hotel 

HECKLE & WILSCN. 



LEWIS LEVY, 

JOSTiCE OF THE PEACE, 

All iiiemi C*@Ite@tti| A$m% 

Office on Mcintosh Street, opposite the Post Office, 

AUGUSTA, GA. 

Court Days. — First Friday in each Month. 
i»>*»»» 

Return and Court Days for 1859. 

EETURN DAYS. COURT DAYB, 



Tuesday. 

December, , 23 

January, 25 

February, 22 

March, 22 



Fnday. 

January 

February, 4 

March, 4 

April, 1 



April, 26 I May, G 

May, 24 June 8 

June 21 I July, .1 

Julv, 26 August, 5 

August, 23 I September, 2 

September, ^.27 | October, 7 

October, 25 I November, 4 

November, 22 ! December, ? 

Promptness and punctuality in business transactions. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 131 



Smith, Wm. Ii452 Broad. 

Smith. "\Ym. laborer at 340 Broad, bds Mrs Smith, Telfair. 

Smith, Wm F. florist, 4G Telfair, h same. 

Smith, WmH. bds City Hotel. 

Smythe, Jas M. post-master, h 78 Broad 

Smyth e, Sam M. clerk at post-office, bds 78 Broad 

Smythe, Wm H. clerk at post-office, bds 78 Broad 

Sneed, John G. attorney at law, Law Range, Mcintosh, h Walk- 
er bt Washington and Centre. 

Suelliug, James 31. painter and county constable, h 15 Telfair. 

Sniker, Henry, baker at 28 Centre. 

Snowden, Jas G. h Xside bt Mcintosh and Jackson. 

Somakalb, T. saddler, 169 Broad, h E Boundery. 

South Carolina Through Depot, cor Walker and Twigg. 

South, Mrs Jane, h 11 Beynolds. 

Southgate, R. physician, Mcintosh bt Reynolds and Broad, bds 
Augusta Hotel. 

Spaeth, C. grocer, h N side Telfair bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 

Spearring, John, boot and shoe maker, h 28 Reynolds. 

SPEARS & HiailT, druggist, h 216 Broad. 

Spears, J H. of S & Hight, h 330 Broad. 

Spears, M L. clerk, 330^Broad. 

Spears, Mrs Mary, h over 330 Broad. 

Speed, R. clerk a 190 Broad. 

Spelman, Richard, jr, painter, h 4 Broad. 

Spelman, R T. house and sign painter, 190 Oreeu. 

Spencer, Mrs. John, h cor Twiggs and S Boundery. 

Spicer, Mrs Ida, h N side Walker bt Cumpbell and Gumming. 

Spink, W W. W side Kollock S of 2nd level of Canal. 

Spivey, L. W side Campbell S of 1st level of Canal. 

Spivey, T B. h E side Pine bt2d level of Canal and D'Antignac. 

Stafford. C. at Wm H Goodrich's factory. 

Stafford, S H. teller City Bank, bds Mansion House. 

Stallings, Herbert, plaining machine, h cor Gumming and 
D'Antinac. 

Stallings, Mrs W. h 20 Telfair. 

Stanley, Mrs S. h Pine Row nr Augusta factory. 

Staples, John S. h N side Walker bt Campbell and Gumming. 

Starkes, Mrs- M. h 19 Fenwick. 

Staines, Judge E office over 14 Mcintosh. 

Starr, Mrs Eliza, 7 Green. 

Steiner, H H. physician, office 136 Reynolds, h same. 

Stelling, D. grocer, 114 Broad, h 29 Reynolds. 

Stephens, Jackson, h Pine Row nr Augusta factory. 
Stephens, John, merchant, h 48 Walker. 

Stephens, John, clerk at',Garwood and Russell, bds 48, Walker 

Stephenson, Martin, h Factory. 

Stetson, Geo. h N side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson, 



132 AUGUSTA 



THE 

FLORIDA, CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH 

turn §mltt iiwpi 




8 T i: A M E 11 

EVERGLADE, 

Capt. L. M. COXETTER, 

Makes regular weekly trips from Charleston ami Savannah to 

Palatka, Florida, conuectiiin; with Steamships and Rail 

Roads at Savannah and Charleston, and Rail 

Roads and Stages for interior of Florida. 

SOXiEDULE, SLS follows: 

Leaves Charleston, for Savannah, at 11 o'clock, A. M., every 

Tuesday. 
Leaves Savannah, for Palatka, touching at all intermediate land- 
ings, (excepting Parien,) every Wednesday, at 9i^ o'clock. 
A. M. 
Leaves Savannah, for Charleston, every Saturday, at 4 o'clock. 
P. M., touching at Hilton Head and Beaufort, S. C. 
The Everglade is a first class steamer, and has ample and ex- 
cellent state-room accommodation for 150 Passengers, and freight 
room for 400 bales Cotton. 

Freight consigned to the Agent at Charleston or Savannah, 
re-shipped free of commission, 

JNO. C. FRASER. 

Agent at JSavannah. 

F. N. BONNEAU, 

Agent at Chorirston. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 183 

STEVENS, A. grocer and commission merchant, 299 Broad. 
STEWART, MISS C E. milliner, 307 Broad, bds Planters' 

Hotel. 
Stockton, J L. book-keeper, bds City Hotel. 
Stotfell, Henry, at W H Goodrich's factory, h S side of Gardiner 

bt Gumming and Campbell. 
Stone, M. at G K R Through Depot, bds Mrs Kinchley's. 
Stoodley, Robt. bds 447 Btoad. 
Story, Albert, h cor Miller and Carrie. 
Story, J H. of Ramey & Story, h over 326 Broad. 
Story, John, h S side D'Antignac bt Pine and Marbury. 
Story, Thaddeus S. wharfinger, office Bay, h 94 Broad. 
Stoughton, Jasper, bds 70 Ellis. 
Stovall, B A. of Zimmerman & S, h Reynolds bt Campbell and 

Macartan. 
Stovall, Jos H. of Thos P S «& Co, bds Planters' Hotel. 
Stovall, S WL. hl71 Green. 
Stovall, M P. warehouse and commission merchants, Jackson bt 

Ellis and Green, h 160 Broad. 
Stovall, Thos P. of Thos P S & Co, h 285 Broad. 
STOVALL, THOS & CO, com merchants, Insur agents, and 

proprietor of Grover & Baker's sewing machines 285 Broad. 
Strahan, Robt of Davison & S, bds cor Reynold and Mcintosh. 
Straub, Mrs. midwife, h Broad nr Mill. 
Straub, Peter, h Broad nr Mill. 

Stringer, \V F. grocer 128 Broad, h Walker bt Ellis and Centre. 
Staulb. John, h 4 Fenwick. 
Sturgeon, E. grocer, h 163 Green, h same. 
Suger, Robt. 209 Broad, bds at Mrs Gardiner, Green. 
Sullivan, — , h N side Telfair bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 
Sullivan, Mrs Ann, h S side Fenwick bt Jackson and Mcintosh. 
Sullivan, John, book-keeper, 266 Broad. 
Sullivan, Michael, laborer at G R R, h N side Barnes bt Cum- 

ming and Campbell. 
Sullivan, P. grocer, cor Jackson and Telfair, h same. 
Sullivan, Patrick, conductor at G R R. 
Sullivan, Philip laborer at G R R, h N side of Gardiner bt Cuni- 

miug and Campbell, 
Suramerall, Jacob, clerk at M O'Dowd and boarding house, 321 

Broad. 
SUMERAIJ, Jos. confectioner, 196 Broad. 
Summers, Geo W. book-keeper at Aug Insurance <fc Banking Co, 

h Sand Hills. 
Sumner. Tlios. blacksmith G R R, h 200 Green. 
Suttle, Mrs Emma, h 76 Centre. 
Swain, John, moulder at Augusta Machine works. 
Swain, WC. county constable, 19 Ellis. 
Swan, Samuel, h 84 Broad. 



134 AUGUSTA 



Mills House, 

T. S. NICKERSON, Froprietor. 



This large and elegant Hotel is situated in the very centre of 
trade in the city, and convenient to all the Rail Roads, Steam- 
ships and Steamboats. 



THK ROOMS AKK 



9 



V¥ J ^iil a-1 a V coJM Ji JJUiM} Ji ^S3 



AND 



S@mf®ftiMi m IM I^teM®, 



WITH 



And all the modern appliances of a 

F»1ST €km9 i0¥£l. 



m 



For real enjoyment and luxurious living and true home com- 
fort, the MILLS HOUSE is unsurpassed in tLo South. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 135 



Sweanengen, Rice, S side Fenwick bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Sweeney, Thomas, dry goods merchant, 190 Broad, h same. 
Swinney, Ellen, E side Summers bt Jackson and Campbell. 
SWINNEY, M E. physician and druggist, 311 Broad, h 405 

Broad. 
Sykes, Wm H. h over 128 Broad. 
Symms, Greorge, book-keeper 265 Green. 

T. 

Taggart, — . carpenter, h 35 Taylor. 

Taggart, D P. carpenter, h Broad nr Mill. 

Talbot, M H. attorney at law, Mcintosh bt Reynolds and Broad, 
bds Planter's Hotel. 

Talliaffero, Mrs C C. h 65 Green. 

Taliaferro, John, turnkey at jail, h 57 Calhoun. 

Talliaferro, Joseph, clerk at Force, Canley & Co, Broad. 

Tannahill, Sam, clerk 281 Broad. 

Tant, Alexander, h 78 Ellis. 

Taragon, 3Iills, bt 2d and 3d Level of the Augusta Canal bt 
Marbury and Kollock. 

Taukersly, Geo. City Watchman, No 7 Bay. 

Taukerly, Giffin, h 31 Broad. 

Taukersly, Jas H. h 31 Broad. 

Taukersly, Robt. h 31 Broad. 

Taukersly, Wm. h 31 Broad. 

Taut, W R. carpenter, 36 Reynolds. 

Taylor, Chas. clerk, 244 Broad. 

Taylor, J W. printer Augusta Dispatch, h cor Broad and 
Houston. 

Taylor, Thos J. h 36 Broad. 

Telegraph Office, over 176 Broad. 

Terrill, Edward, laborer at SCR R. 

Thayer, H B. h Mcintosh bt Reynolds and Broad. 

Thayer, H R. physician, h and office 281 Broad. 

Thew, Geo M. book-keeper. Bank Augusta, h Reynolds. 

Thigpin, J L. daguerrian gallery, bds at Wm J Robert's, Jack- 
son nr Mcintosh. 

THOMAS, EDW. insurance agent, 243 Broad. 

Thomas, Edw. president Union Bank, h Sand Hills. 

Thomas, Geo. tailor, h S side Telfair bt Jackson and Campbell. 

Thomas, H J. clerk 105 Broad. 

-Thomas, Isham, cotton broker, 15 Ellis. 

Thomas, Miss Sarah, h N side Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 

Thomas, Titus, bds N side Ellis bt Washington and Centre. 

Thompson, Daniel, h 28 Fenwick. 

Thompson, E. olerk at S C R R Co, h 10 Broad. 



186 



AUGUSTA 



THOMAS WHYTE, 

COMMISSION MERCHANT 



! 



ANP 
IMPORTER OF 



i€#i?€e Wfmmmm'w, 



Wholesale Depot for American Ale and Cider, in Wood. 



HEARD tt DERRY, 

WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION 






At the Fire-Proof Warehouse, No. 1 Metcalf 8 Range, 

Reynolds Street, just below Warren Block, 

A XT G- IT S T A , G- A . 

Wiirdevote their strict personal attention to the sale and stor- 
age of Cotton and all other Produce ; also to receiving and for- 
warding Goods. 

«©*Orders for Bagging, Kope, and Family Supplies, prompt- 
ly attended to. 

I/iheral Cash Advance* made, at all times on Produce in store. 



Isaac T. Heard. 



Wm. C. Derry. 



CITY DmECTOKY. 137 

Thompson, Jas F. printer, Constitutionalist Office. 

Thompson, Jno. superintendent Aug Factory. 

Thompson, L. machinist at 8av and Aug; R K. li Jackson bt 

D'Antignac and Boundary. 
Thompson, 8 J. h 17 Calhoun. 

Thompson, Wm. h E side of Summers bt Campbell nndJackson. 
Thompson, AV"m. h 32 Calhoun. 
Thompson, "VVm. carpenter, h 53 Ellis. 
Thompson, W A. conductor 8av and Aug K 11. 
Thornton, Jesse, clerk Express Office, bds Globe Hotel. 
Tice, David, h Factory bt Marbury :ind Pine. 
Tice, Henry, bds S side Fenwick bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Tice, S W. carpenter with R S Pass,h S side Watkins nr Centre. 
Tice, Wm. laborer, h .McKinne bt Green and Fenwick. 
Tice, W B. artist, 225 Broad. 
Timmerman, W F. of Newby k Co, h 45 Centre. 
Tindel, Mrs P. h 370 Broad. 
Tinley. Christiana, h E side Marbury N of Fenwick. 
Tinsley, E C. bds City Hotel. 
Tinsley, 3Iary, h cor Carrie and D'Antignac. 
Tobert, J. clerk P & J F Flemming, bds Mrs Kinchley, Broad. 
Tobey, S.h Telfair bt Kollock nnd Marbury. 
Tobin, Mrs. h 5 Jackson. 
Tobin, Thos. h 5 Jackson. 
Todd, Mrs Mary, h Pine Row nr Aug Factory. 
Tomlinson, J M, artist, 192 Broad, bds Aug Hotel. 
Tompkins, J L. clerk, 237 Broad, bds Globe Hotel. 
Tong,Robt. bds 76 Ellis. 

Toole, Isaac L. attorney at law, office 9 Washington. • 
Townshend, J Henry, clerk at Telegraph Office, bds Aug Hotel. 
Towne, M D. book-keeper at Warren, Lewif^ Sc Co's,.h S side 

Telfair bt Cumming and Kollock. 
Toye, N B. h S side Watkins nr City Jail. 
Travis, Luke, at gas works, h 47 Washington. 
Tribble, Mrs Mary, h S side Ellis bt McKinne and Marbury. 
Trinity, Church, (Me. Col.,) Jackson bt Calhoun and D'Antignac. 
Trowers, T. of Coffin & T, bds J G Coffin, cor Green and Forsyth. 
Truett, J C. clerk, 275 Broad. 

Trumbler, Jno. butcher, h Centre bt Reynolds and Broad. 
Tucker, (xeo W. clock repairer, office on Mcintosh bt Ellis and 

Green, bds Aug Hotel. 
Tucker, J. of Tucker & Perkins, bds Aug Hotel. 
TUCKER & PERKINS, photograph and ambrotype gallery, 

192 Broad. 
Tull, Edw. h 12 Walker. 
Tupman, Mrs Emily, h 211 Broad. 
Turley, Jas. h N side Ellis, bt Washington and Mclntoih, 

16 



188 AUGUSTA 



iMSvms: 

EDWARD THOMAS, Agent, 

No, 24-3 Broad Street, 

The Fulton Fire Insurance Co. of New York, 

CASH CAPITAL, $150,000. 
SURPLUS, $78,000. 



Lafayette Fire Insurance Co. of Brooklyn, 

CASH CAPITAL, $150,000, 
SURPLUS, $34,766. 

Tiie Humboldt Fire Insurance Co, of New York, 

CAPITAL PAID IN CASH, $200,000, 
SURPLUS, $32,593. 

Augusta, January 1st, 1850. 

I. !£ SINGER~& GO'S. 

SlWIll^ MACHIliS, 

FOR MANUFACTURING, PLANTATION AND FAMILY USE. 

This i.s the only Machine which will answer for the tine.st or 
coarsest work. 

Office and Sales Boom at No. 182^ Broad Street, 

Opposite Adams' Express Office, 

A^uausT^, GA.. 

M. COHEN, Agent. 
I. M. SINGER & CO. 



CITY DIKECTORY. 139 



Turley, J W. of Gray & T, bds Ellis bt Washington and 

Mcintosh. 
Turley, IMichael, laborer S C K II Through Depot. 
Turner, Chas. bds J Kersh, Jackson bt Green and Telfair. 
_ -Turner, C L. clerk 257 Broad, h Jackson. 

Turner, Jas. clerk J Cumming, bds Campbell nr Boundary. 

Turner, J M. jr. physician, h 81 Broad. 

Turner, John, physician, h 31 Broad. 

Turner, Mrs. 43 Broad. 

Turner, Thos. conductor G 11 II, li 56 Campbell. 

Turner, Wm. fireman Aug and Sav R R. 

Turner. M F. clerk 132 Broad. 

Turpin, J. h cor Jackson and Campbell. 

Turpin, Jesse M. of Holman & T, 286 Broad. 

Turpin, J T. collector fashion line 2 Bay, h Reynold. 

Turpin, Mrs E. h 22 Campbell. 

Turpin, Mrs J B. over 281 Broad. 

Tutt, H B. clerk, bds Aug Hotel. 

TUTT, W H. druggist 180 Broad, h 71 Broad. 

Tuttle, Wni. brick layer and contractor, li (jumming. 

Tweedy. b]phrian, 150 Broad, h same. 

Tweedy, Mrs M. milliner 152 Broad, h Kllis bt Washington and 

Centre. 
Twiggs, Mrs Geo. h 130 Grecji. 

U. 

Underwood, Miss Kate, li 50 Calhoun. 
United States Hotel, 232 Broad. 

Urquhart, Robt F. clerk 281 Broad, h Telfair bt Jackson and 
(Jamphell. 

V. 

Vigilaut Fire Co No 3, cor Jones and McCartan. 
Vales, Wm. h opposite Aug Factory. 
N^ Van Buren, I) 11. asst. editor Chronicle &Sent, h 110 Green. 
Vance, Andrew, laborer at G R R, h 439 Broad. 
Van, Pelt Jno. h W side Kollock on 2d Level Canal. 
Van Bolan, bar keeper, Augusta Hotel. 
Van Winkle, Jacob A. mer tailor and clothier, h 91 Green. 
Vaughn, Jno. laborer at G R R, h Gardiner above Cumming. 
Vaughn, Wm. h McKinne bt Green & Fenwick. 
Verdery, John, conductor G R R. 
Verdery, Sam'l A. of Jackson & Co, h 185 Green. 
Vermont, Michael, h N side Talcot bt Cumming and Campbell. 



140 AirousTA 




" -^ 



A NKWS AND COMMERCIAL JOURNAL. 

By S. A. ATKINSON, 

Office on Mclutosh St., next building to Georgia R. R. Bank, 

^> n » 



'^ I "^ 



1^ E R M 8. 

Daily, per annum, 84 00 

Weekly, per annum. 1 oO 

Having u wide circulation throughout this and the adjoining 
States, the Dispatch is a desirable advertising medium for the 
business public. 

JK^^he "Dispatch Letter Sheet Price Current" 
is issued from this office every Tuesday, at 50 cents per dozen. 

¥lJTT, MORRIS & CO., 

WHOLESALK DEALERS IN 

806ARS, COFFEES, TEAS, 

wjiis, Hteoss, e§iEs, 

AND 

IS^o. 266 Broad Street. 

Opposite State and Insurance Bank.^, 

AUGUSTA. GA. 

^^Counlry orders promptly attended to. 
.John D. Butt. Lucius S. Morri.s. Joyiir.v ^V Wvrw 



CITY DIRECTORY. i-ii 

Vinson, David, h 447 Broad. 

V^irtue, PJd. h S side Calhoun bt Mcintosh and Jackson, 
Volgar, A. tobacco and segar manufacturer, 184 J, 193 and 277 
Broad, h 64 Green. 

W. 

Waecbter, {}. mill stone builder with W 11. Schirmer, agent, h 

Broad above the upper Market. 
Wagnon, E A. clerk at Through Depot, h 150 Green. 
Walker, C V. clerk 234 Broad. 

Walker, G A B. clerk G R R Through Depot, h country. 
Walker, E J . of W & Rogers, h country. 
Walters, J (). foreman Constitutionalist office, h Ellis. 
— Walker, J B. of W & Sons, h cor Mcintosh and Green. 
^ Walker, J B & Sons, com merchants, Mcintosh bt Reynolds 
V^ and Bay. 

Walker, J W. uf J B W & Sons, bds cor Green and Mcintosh. 
Walker, J W. of W & Sons, h Broad bt Jackson aud Campbell. 
Walker, John W. grocer, 147 Green, h Jackson bt Green and 

Telfair. 
Walker, J P King, clerk ii R R, U S .<^idc Walker bt Ceutrc 

and Washington. 
Walker, Mrs Julia, h 40 Reynolds. 
Walker & Rogers, attorneys at law, over 22o Broad. 
Walker, W W. clerk G R R, h 74 Centre. 
Wallace, David, bar-keeper at Lafayette Hall. 
Walter, M. bds cor Washington and Ellis. 
Walters, ^Frs. dress maker, h 61 Ellis. 
Walton, A W. clerk at Clayton & Kennedy, h 84 iieynolds. 
Walker, Robt. h S side Ellis bt McKinnc and Marbury. 
Walton, R. senr, cashier Aug Ins & Banking Co, h 287 Broad. 
Walton, W A. attorney at law, hnw Range, li 287 Broad. 
Walton, Wm A. attorticy at law, liaw Range, Mcintosh, bds a I 

Mrs Moore's, Green bt W^ashington and Mcintosh. 
Ward, Micheal, N side Gardiner, bt Campbell and Cummiui.'. 
Ward, Capt Philip, conductor at A& S R R. h 102 Reynolds. 
Ward, W. at Wm II Goodrich's factory, bds at Mr Franklin. 
Warren, B II. of W, Lewis & Co, h 114 Green 
Warren, L C. of Miller & W, h Sand Hills. 
Warren, Lewis ct Co, com merchants, Warren's Block. Jack.sun. 
Warren, Thomas, h S side D'Antinac bt Pine annd Kollot-k. 
Warren, Wm II. of W, Lewis & Co, bds 114 Groeu. 
Washington Artillery, drill room over 147 Green. 
Washington Eire Compony, No 1. on Washington bt i>ruad and 

Reynolds. 
Washington Hall, N side Walker bt Jackson and Campbell. 



1.42 



AUGUSTA 



GEORGE G. McWHORTER, 






'r^=:> 



Iir. 



Mcintosh Street, La-w Range, 



AITGMJSTA, C^A. 



JB^f"Will practice in all the Courts of the Middle Circuit.' 




JOHN N. GOW. 



i^ 



Cor. Ellis and Mcintosh Sts., 

Opposite the Post Office. 
All kinds of 

PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL 

T O IvI B S, 

CGUNTER TOPS 

AM) 

And 3Iarble Work of every de- 
scription, made at the short- 
est notice of the best 

Fereinn and American Marble. 
fi^^All orders promptly filled. 
Address, 
JOHN N. GOW, 
Augusta, Ga. 



CITY DIKECTORY. 148 



Washington, Mrs li]. li 77 Reynolds. 

Watson, W R. artist over 225 Broad. 

Watkins, Martha, N side Taleot bt Campbell and Gumming. 

WATKINS, E, A. city wood inspector, h 84 Broad. 

Watson, John M. printer, bds cor Broad and Mcintosh. 

Wayne, Michael, carpenter at A & S R R. 

Weathersbey, Wm. H. h 6 Ellis. 

Weavers, W A. finisher at (r R R. 

Webbell, J W. agent for Mcintosh cotton gin factory. 

Webster, Albert, ticket agent at G R R, 181 Green. 

Webster, Edward, conductor G R R, h 181 Green. 

Wedvanmayer, D. clerk at D Kahrs, bds cor Green and Elbert. 

Weeber, John, baker, Houston bt Bay and Reynold. 

Weems, Ed. clerk, 271 Broad. 

Weemes, Capt John, bds U S Hotel. 

Weigle, George A. h 24 Telfair cor Houston. 

Welch, David, plasterer, h cor Washington and Ellis, 

Welch, James, plaster, bds cor Ellis and Washington. 

Welch, John, grocery, 413 Broad, h same. 

Welch, John, shoemaker, 406 Broad, h same. 

Welch, Michael h W side Campbell bt Barnes and Gardiner. 

Welch, r L. painter at G R R. 

Welch, Patrick, clerk 159 Broad. 

Waller, D O. bds with J B Johnson. 

W^elsh, Patrick, bds Telfair bt Centre and Washington, 

Welsh, Patrick, laborer, h Broad nr Mill. 

Weltch, P. h 41 Telfair. 

Wescott, Thos. clerk 175 Broad, bds City Hotel. 

West, Loren, of Lingleton & W, h Green. 

Wheeler, Jos. agt porcelain manufacturing Co, h o5 Ellis. 

Wheeler, Wm. bds 35 Ellis. 

Wheeler, Wm H. of Montgomery & W, h35 Ellis. 

Wheelock, — . book-keeper at Aug Hotel, 167 Broad. 

WHEELOCK, WM E. proprietor Aug Hotel, 167 Broad. 

Whidby, L. h S side Fenwick bt Washington and Centre. 

Whitaker, Henry, laborer at Aug and Sav R R, h N side Wal- 
ker bt Cumming and Kollock. 

Whitaker, Polly, h Pine bt 2d Level of Canal and D'Antignae. 

White, I) M. boot and shoe maker, 10 Washington, h 4 Telfair. 

White, S C. house and sign painter, cor Mcintosh and Ellis, h 
346 Broad. 

White, T T. book-keeper 259 Broad. 

White, Wm. bds at R E Baskerville, Fenwick bt Campbell and 
Cumming. 

Whitehead, F C. express office, h 88 Green. 

Whitehead, Jno. bds at Mrs McKinne, cor Ellis and McKinne. 

Whitehead, J P C. attorney at law, office over 290 Broad. 

Whitehead, Mrs j\I. h Jackson bt Walker and Telfair. 



14A AUGUSTA 



MAYER & MORRIS, 

WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL DEALERS IN 



AND 



•2 6 1 Broad Street, 

Next door to Thomas Richards & Son's Book Store, opposite 
Lamback & Cooper's, 

AUGUSTA, G A. 

I^*Country orders attended to with dispatch. 
Isaac Mayer. Jos. B. Morris. 



tw MilVmm 3U^t, 

A IT a IT s T ^, a A.. 
Mrs. V. V. COLLIN, Agent, 

Has taken the Store next to Mr. Freeman's Jewelry Store, and 

nearly opposite the Planters' Hotel, where she has opened 

an entirely New Stock of Rich and Beautiful 

MIMiIllSlI CiOOBS, 

Of the latest Spring and Fall Patterns. She has made arrange- 
ments to receive promptly the latest Styles. 

BONNETS Made, Bleached and Trimmed to order. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 145 



Whiteman, John, cutter, 230 Broad, bds Aug Hotel. 

Whiteman, Sam'l. bds at R E Baskerville, Fenwick bt Camp- 
bell and Gumming. 

Whiting, W H. watch maker at Clark & Co's, bds City Hotel. 

Whitlock, F A. book-keeper 272 Broad. 

Whitney, Wm M. clerk 264 Broad. 

WHYTE, THOS. insurance agt and com merchant, 135 Broad, 
h 70 Broad. 

Wideman, Elizabeth, h Factory bt Pine and Marbury. 

Wightman, J W. h 98 Green. 

Wilby, Jno. machinist Aug and Sav Depot. 

Wilcox, Hand & Ansley, grocers 298 Broad. 

Wilcox, Dan'l H. grocer 241 Broad, h Sand Hills. 

Wildman, Alex, clerk 216 Broad, bds Globe Hotel. 

Wildman, N H. hat and cap mere' nt, 216 Broad, bds U S Hotel. 

Wilkersou, T C. h N side Watkins l3t Centre and Washington, 

Wilkins, L 11. carpenter at G 11 II. 

Wilkins, Thos. carpenter at G B K. 

Wilkinson & Fargo, grocers 202 Broad. 

Williams, C A. grocer 259 Broad, h over 251 Broad. 

Williams, C H. of Williams & Son, li over 251 Broad. 

Williams, Dan'l. bar room and grocery, cor Fenwick and 
Campbell. 

Williams, G A. stone cutter, cor Cumming and Walker. 

Williams, Jas M. watchmaker 236 Broad. 

Williams, Lurina, h Campbell bt Telfair and Walker. 

Williams, Mrs C. h 32 Walker. 

WiUiams, Mrs Jane Ann, h Campbell bt Walker and Telfair. 

Williams, Thos. h 50 Campbell. 

Williams, Thos L. grocer, cor Telfair and Campbell, h same. 

Williams, W^m. at Express Office. 

Williams, Dr Wm L. clerk P 0, h cor Telfair and Houston. 

Williams, Wm M. physician, h 28 Telfair. 

Willis, A G. h 94 Ellis. 

Willowby, John, bds Mrs Keys. 

Wilson, E. turner and coppersmith at Aug and Sav li R. 

Wilson, Frank R. clerk 151 Broad. 

Wilson, Henry, h W side Carrie bt 3Iiller and D' Antagnac. 

Wilson, Jas E. book-keeper 281 Broad, bds Green. 

Wilson, J J), clerk M W Woodruff, bds cor Telfair and Centre. 

Wilson, John, h S west cor Gardiner and Campbell. 

Wilson, Jno A. printer, bds Broad iir Upper Market. 

Wilson, J R. pastor presbyterian church, h 127 Green. 

Wilson, Wm. at Wm H Goodrich's Factory. 

Wimberly, L. grocer and bar, cor Twiggs and Taylor. / 

Winberg, John W. h 32 Campbell. 

Winburn, Lavinia, h cor Pine and D'Antignac. 



17 



146 



AUGUSTA 



Wftf €•. MW€ll¥ 



AND 



ISTABLISHMllT 



HENRY J. OSBORNE, 

No. 236 Broad Street, 
AUGUSTA, GA., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 




FINE GOLD AND SILVER 

■50^ jBl' "OP CI! 30E 3^ ^^ 

F#BS, EMU, mMm, BMMf fWS, 

ALSO, 

f A1I€Y JIWimY, 

OF ALL KINDS. 

SUver and Plated Ware of Latest Styles. 
VOLCANIC AND OTHER FIRE ARMS. 



CITY DIRECTOKY. 147 



Wingara, Dr Elisha, h E side Pine bt 2d Level Canal and 

D'Antignac. 
Winter, G W. agt bath paper mills, 284 Broad, h cor McKiune 

and Ellis. 
Wise, Wm R. carpenter at (J R R, li o5 Broad. 
Wise, W S. of Newby & Co, bds Globe Hotel. 
Woermbcke, Hary, baker at Jas Bowens. 
Wolfe, Christian, at Wm H Goodrich's Factory, h Gardiner bt 

Gumming and (Campbell. 
Wolfe, M. clothing store. 144 Broad. 
Wolfe. Mrs. h Broad. 

Wood, Eddy & Co. lottery and Exchange Office. 177 Broad. 
Wood, Virgil, harness maker, bds 885 Broad. 
Wood, W. clerk at M P Stovall bds cor Cummiug and Fen wick. 
Woodfield, Wm. machinist at G R R, h 8 Mcintosh. 
WOODRUFF, M W. com merchant, cor Reynold and 3IcIntosh. 

h Richmond County. 
Woodstock, W G. watchmaker 320 Broad. 
Woodward, Richard H. chief operator telegraph office, 176 

Broad, bds Sside Ellis btCummingand Kollock. 
Woolin, Albert, h 29 Watkins. 
Worthington, Mrs F E. h 51 Calhoun. 
Wright, — . bds cor Kollock and Telfair. 
Wright <fe Alexander, dry good merchants 250 Broad. 
Wright, Albert, engineer Aug and Sav R R, h 116 Centre. 
WRIGHT, CHAS M. dentist, 202 Broad, bds cor Kollock and 

Telfair. 
Wright, D. bds cor Telfair and Kollock. 
Wright, D R. of Wright & Alexander, h over 159 Broad. 
Wright, Jno S. of Baker & Wright, h 269 Broad. 
Wright, Mrs E J. h 60 Walker. 
Wyeman, G H. of G H W & Co, bds Burke House. 
WYMAN, G H & CO. carriage repository, 208 Broad. 
Wyman, Geo N. of May & Co, bds Burke House. 

Y. 

YONGE, A. sup. Aug and 8av R R, bds at Mrs McLaughlin's, 

Broad. 
Yonge, Geo. superintendent G R R, h cor Ellis and Elbort. 
Young, — . bds 9 Jackson. 
Young, A C. supt. for Piatt, h 397 Broad. 
Young Men's Library Association, cor Mcintosh and Ellis. 
Young, Philip, h N side Ellis bt Cumming and Campbell. 
Young, Robt. sash maker with Wm H Goodrich, h 365 Broad. 
Young, Wm B. clerk J A <fe J B Ivey, bds Broad bt McKinn^ 

and !Marbury. 



148 AUGUSTA 



PLUMB & LEITNER, 






-^ MMSi 



h 



.% m.. 



Attention is most respectfully invited to our stock of Choice 
Unadulterated Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals. We also keep 
constantly on hand a complete assortment of Paints, Oils, Glass. 
Perfumery, Brushes, and all other articles in our line. We feel 
assured that no house in the South can offer a stock superior to 
ours in genuineness and purity. All officinal preparations are 
made in strict accordance with the formularies of the U. S. 
Pharmacopoeia with the best materials, and by the proper weights 
and measures. 

Garden, Grass and FieM Seeds. 

Our stock of Garden. Grass and Field Seeds is not to be sur- 
passed for completeness of assortment or genuineness of the seed 



12 sj^ ^3 ==o* n;^ 'cp^ sxs i:^ 5^3 ^sj? ^« 

Our stock of Dental and Surgical Instruments is full, and we 
have unequalled arrangements for procuring additional supplies 
at the shortest notice. * 

Feel confident that we can furnish our customers with the best 
articles, on reasonable terms, we respectfully solicit orders, and 
pledge ourselves to fill them with fidelity and dispatch. 

PLUMB & LEITNER. 

Kebruiiry, 185!). 



CITY DIRECTORY. 149 



Youngblood, A. h 21 Broad. 

Youngblood, Mrs Martha, h Washington bt Calhoun and Fenwick 

Youngblood, Simeon, h S side D' Antignac bt Pine and Kollock. 

Z. 

Zimmerman, R P. of Z & Stovall, h 293 Broad. 
Zimmerman & Stovall, wholesale grocers, 293 Broad, 
Zimmerman, Thos. of Z & Stovall, 271 Broad. 
Zinie, Mrs R. h 82 Broad. 

Zocher, Chas. mill wright and mill stone builder, Kllis bt Camp- 
bell and Cumming, bds Jones nr Mill. 






150 AUGUSTA 

QUEiN & rigby; 

Shop near the Augusta Factory, 

Are now prepared, with »Steam Power and the latest improved 
Machinery, to put up 



And do all kinds of 



With dispatch and at low prices. 

AU kinds of LUMBER for Sale, and Dressed to order. 

PATRONAM SOLICITED. . 

THE 

CONSTITUTIONALIST, 

in'BLTSHED 

Daily, Tri-Weekly and Weekly, 



BY 



JAMES GARDNER. 



TERMS. 

Daily, $6 00 

Tri-Weekly, 4 00 

Weekly, 2 00 

To be paid invariably in advance. No paper sent for a longer 
period than paid for. 

JOB WORK, in all its various branches, done with neatnes;* 
and dispatch. Terras reasonable. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



151 



CONLEY, FORCE & CO. 



No. 268 Broad Street, 



A XJ aU S T A, O E O R GM A 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 




BUOfS, §1018, finis, 



i> ci^nirit mjkm.. 



HBBLOSK AHD OAK SOLB LSATHBK, 



French, American and German Calf Skins, 



UPPER SPLIT AND KIP SKINS, 



LINING, BINDING AND TOP SKINS, 



Shoe Lasts, Shoe Pegs, Shoe Threads, Shoe Tools, 



Boot and Shoe Materials of every description, Tanner's Tools, &c. 



152 AUGUSTA 

TUCKER & PERKINS, 

No. 193 Broad Street, 
AUGUSTA, GA. 



In Oil, Pastel and Water Colors, from the smallest Ambrotype 
and Daguerreotype Minatures. 

TUCKEK k PERKINS were awarded the first premium for 
the above style of Portrait Painting over all competitors at the 
Georgia and South Carolina State Fairs for the year 1858. 

SUPI1I01 lilBiei YFIS 

Taken in cloudy as well as in clear weather. 

N. B. A full supply of Photographic and Ambrotype Mate- 
rials and Chemicals, for sale at New York prices. 

TUCKER & PERKINS. 
Augusta, January, 1859. 



MILLEDCE « MILLEDCE, 

ATTOSllIS AT LAW, 

A.UGXJSTA., OA.. 



Will attend with dispatch and fidelity, to all business entrust- 
ed to their care, in the Counties of Richmond, Columbia, Burke, 
Jefferson, Warren and Scriven. 

OfiSoe on Broad Street, three doors below the State Bank. 

JNO. MILLEDGE. J NO. MILLEDGE, Jr. 



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158 



A. PRONTAUT, 

PRACTICAL 




First Rate Double Barreled Guns, 

Revolvers and other Pistols, Percussion Caps, &c. 

Forte-Mouuaies, and Fancy Goods of every Variety. 

(One door below the Augusta Hotel,) 




CEO. W. FERRY, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER TN" 



09 y^lalroj 



IF 



straw Goods and Umbrellas, 

Masonic Hall Buildings, 244 Broad Street. 



His Goods being direct from manufacturers, he is prepared at 
all times to offer the best and most fashionable articles, at lowest 
prices. 

Merchants and Planters will find his stock full and well as- 
sorted, and in prices to compete with any market North or South. 
18 



154 



AUGUSTA 




I have a full and complete assortment of 

Rockaways, Baroaches, Bnggies, 

A.\J> 

WAGONS, with and without Tops, 

Selected by myself this Summer, which I will sell very low 
and on accommodating^ terms. 

On hand u good assortment of Rockaways and Buggies, of 
my own manufacture. 

Also, a full assortment of all kinds of materials used by 
Coach, Harness and Saddle Makers — such as Axles, Springs, 
Bolts, Castings, Hubs, Felloes, Spokes, Rough and Finished 
Shafts and Poles, Hames, Buckles, Gig Trees, Enamelled Leath- 
er and Cloths, Patent Dash and Collar Leather, and Harness 
Leather, Oil and Brussels Carpets, Paints, Turpentine, Smith's 
best Coach and Drying Japan Varnishes, &c. 

REPAIRING of Harness and Vehicles done promptly, and 
at low prices. 

Vehicles manufactured to order. 

LUTHER ROLL, 

Corner 'Washington and Reynolds Streets, 
In rear of Augusta Hotel, 



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155 



AUGUSTA FRENCH BURR 
W. R. SCHIRMER, Agent, 

Ellis Street, above Campbell Street, 
Is now prepared to furnish 





HEME BHE ffilMTOIll. 

Of all sizes, iniide to order and warranted. 

Furnished on short notice, of selected stock. 

Of different Patents. 

Of the best brand now in use. 

Of all descriptions constantly on hand. 

MILL-STONE AND HYDRAULIC CEMENT. 

All work warren ted and orders promptly attended to. 

Letters addressed to Wm. R. SC!HIRMEK, Agent, will be 
promptly answered. 

Here below a Certilieate. out of many others, to which atten- 
tion is respectfully solicited. 

CEHTIFIOATE. 

1 hereby certify that I haveljought of Mr. W. R. Schirmer, of the Factory 
known as the Augusta Frencu IJurr Mill-Stone Manufactory, from 80 
to 90 pairs of Mill-Stonos, and have yjut them in operation in various aec- 
liona of this and adjoining States, and in every instance have found them 
good for tlie purpose tliey were put up for, and I take pleasure in recom- 
mending this establislmient to the public in need of first rate Mill-Stones. I 
have always found them better in every instance than the Mill-Stone I have 
ordered from the Noi-th. 

(Signed,) JOHN. L CRAWFORD, Mill Wright, 

Warrenton. Oa.. .lulv 17th. 18.58. 



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S. C. MUSTIN, 

No. 183 Broad Street, 3 doors above Augusta Hotel, 

SIGN OF THE 30 GALLON PITCHER, 

IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 



iAETHlMWAEi 



it 



Of the roost desirable styles aud patterns, consisting in part of 

Rich Gold Band Dinner, Tea and Toilet Setts, Rich Cut 

Glass Decanters, Goblets, Champaign, Wine 

Tumblers, &c. 

Also, a large stock of the newest styles of 

CONSISTIMJ, IN PART. OF 

Urns, Tea Setts, Castors, Forks, Spoons, Goblets, Ladies 

Cake Baskets, Mugs, aad every article to be found in 

the largest Jewelry Stores, of Plated Goods. 

Also, a large stock of very fine 

T-A.BLE OXJTLER,Y, 

Not to be surpassed in the Union. 

Kerosine, Oil, Fluid, Lard and Camphine Lx*VMPS, of every 
style and description. 

Also, in great variety, Planised, Japanned, Britannia and 
Wooden Ware. Looking Glasses of every variety. Waiters, in 
sets or separate. Kerosine and Fluid for sale by the gallon or 
barrel. 

N. B. — This store is not in any way connected in business 
with any other house in this city. Those wishing to buy are 
respectfully invited to call and examine Goods, either at whole- 
sale or retail. Having the very best of packers, goods will be 
^aranteed to go safely to any part of the country. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 157 



lao^iJiliS A Jb AJtll Jb Jb A uU ifi x U li Jt V <W ^ 

OR 

MIIIS' iilSMflf I, 

IN PINT BOTTLES. 
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD AND DISEASES OF THE LIVER. 

In small doses, it is Alterative aud Tonic ] in large doses, it 
acts generally as a mild purgative. In some cases, there is no 
perceptible action on the bowels, yet in Liver Complaints, or in 
diseases arising from impurities in the blood, its continued use 
produces a marked improvement in the general health. 

As an alterative or laxative, it has been found useful in Con- 
stipation of the ]3owels, Jaundice, Billions Fever, Fever and 
Ague, Sick Headache, Dizziness, various Female Complaints, 
Chronic Affections of the Jjiver, Secondary Syphilis, and Syph- 
iloid Diseases, Scrofulous Affections, Sores, Ulcers, Blotches, 
Cutaneous Eruptions, or Diseases of the Skin, and all other Dis- 
eases in which Sarsaparilla or alterative medicines arc indicated. 

For Females it is excellent in diseases arising from Debility 
or t»rpid state of the Liver, as well as to improve the complexion. 

This is the best medicine that can be given, especially to those 
in a debilitated state of health, or troubled with worms. It 
causes an increase secretion and passage of the bile, which acts 
as an irritant to the worms and prevents their accumulation and 
purifies and invigorates the whole system 

ITS ADVANTAGES AS A DIET DRINK. 

If the Bowels are kept free, the Liver healthy, and the Blood 
pure by the use of this Compound Sarsaparilla, it will prove a 
great preventative of sickness, and a great saving of expense in 
medicines. 

With 'Balsam Copaiba, one ounce added to a bottle of this 
(.'ompound Sarsaparilla, makes the Balsam more pleasant to 
take — much less of it necessary, and more certain to cure 
diseases for which it is considered the best remedy. 

Price SI- 

('lioicc Medicines prepared by 

J.DENNIS M.D. 

Augrusta, Ga. 

(over.)' 



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DENNIS' 

STIMULATING, OR HOT BITTERS. 

For Dyspepsia, Colds i\nd Female Complaints, arising from 
Colds. 

If food causes pain in the Stomach, a dose taken immediately 
after meals, or as soon as the uneasy sensation is experienced, will 
relieve the pain and assist digestion. 

dr"dennis^ 

stimolatimg limimemt. 

OR SOUTHERN PAIN KILLER. 

For Rheumatic Pains, Painful Inflamatory Swellings, Sprains, 
Pain in the Back or a Cold Sensation in the Back, Sore Throat, 
Toothache, &c. It has been found useful as an internal as well 
as external remedy for the relief of pain. 

DENNIS' 

For Spasms, Cramp, Colic, Chills, Sudden Colds, or for all 
sudden and dangerous attacks of disease in which immediate 
action is necessary. Its effects in relieving inflammation or sore- 
ness, either internal or external, makes it one of the best reme- 
dies that have ever been offered to the public and useful in a 
great variety of diseases. 

For Horses or Mules it rarely fails to euro oven the worst 
cases of Colic. 



DR. DENNIS' 

liflll^llf f01I€. 

For Bowel Complaints, such as Diarrhoea, Pain in the Stomach, 
Griping of the Bowels, &c. 

drdennTs' 

For Coughs, Croup, Difficulty in Breathing, Asthma, ko. 

DK. DENNIS' 

A mild, Safe, and Effectual Purgative. 



CIJY DIRECTORY, 159 



New FiirmtHre Warerooms. 

BENJAMIN & GOODRICH, 

Have now on hand and are daily receiving at their new warerooni;^ 

ISTo. 295 Broad Street. 

AUGUSTA, GA., 

A large and elegant assortment of 



(consisting of Rosewood Parlor and (Chamber Suits, Mahogany 
and Walnut Tete-a-Tetc Sofas, Chairs, Bureaus, Wash- 
Stands, Wardrobes, Side and Corner Etenza, Ladies- 
Work Tables, Teafoys, Hat-Stands. &c. 



Of Oak, Mahogany, Rosewood and Walnut, of different sizes 
and qualities. 

Mahogany, Oak, Rosewood, Walnut and Painted Sets, different 
patterns. Cottage and French Bedsteads, Mahogany, AVal- 
nut, jMaple and Imitations, of all kinds and prices. 
Also, High Post and French Bedsteads of our 
own manufacture. 
Wire Safes and Wardrobes, a good assortment always 
on hand. Looking Glasses, Pier, Plain, Gilt and Mahog- 
any, of different styles and rjualities. Also, fiooking Glass 
Plates, of all sizes. 



A large assortment of Gilt, Landscape and Plain, new styles, 



with Patent Trimmings 



Our Furniture is made by the best manufacturers, and the 
style, quality and workmanship cannot be surpassed by any other 
Furniture House in this City and State. It is useless for us to 
enumerate all of our stock as we shall keep on hand a full as- 
sortment of every article in our line, and will sell as low as can 
be bought in this city. 

We invite our friends, and the public generally, to call and 
examine our stock, and judge for themselves. 

J8^*A11 kinds of Furniture manufactured to order. Also, 
Repairing and Upholstering done with neatness and dispatch. 

Hair, Moss and Cotton Mattresses always on hand. 



APPENDIX 



MEMBEK8 OF CITY COUNCIL. 

Mayor — Benjamin Conley. 

First Ward— Foster Blodget, AVi.lliam H Tutt, Chas Clarke. 
Second Ward — James M Dye, John D Smith, John G Sledge. 
Third AVard — Wm K Dearing, Robert FLJVIay, Lewis D Ford. 
Fourth Ward— Benj F Hall, John D Butt, Harland Bigby. 

BOARD OP HEALTH. 

First Ward— K W Doughty, Stephen D Heard, Henry T Feay. 
Second Ward — Henry H Steiner, G T Dortic, James Miller. 
Third Ward, Kobt C Black, Daniel 4^, Plumb,^ Geo M Thew. 
Fourth Ward — Jas Harper, John J Miller, Wm H Goodrich. 

CITY OFFICERS. 

Collector and Treasurer — John Hill. 

Clerk of Council — Samuel H Crump. 

Bridge Keeper — Chas T Rich. 
-^City Marshal — John A Christian. 

Deputy Marshal — Uriah L Leonard. 

City Constables — Wni AV King, Jos B Ramsey. B Johnson. 

Supt. Streets and Drains — Jacol? Sistruck. 
.^Warfinger— T S Stoy. 

-Jailor — Uriah Slack 

€lerk Lower Market— R H Philpot. 

Clerk Upper Market — Allen C Young. ^ 

Lamp Lighter — H L Leon. 

Keeper of Magazine — Wm M Pickering. 

Keeper of City Cemetery — Jas Rogers. 

Keeper of City Hall and Houghton Institute Lot — F L 
Medium. ^ 

City Physicians — H A Bignon, Dessausure Ford, Wm H. 
Doughty, S B Simmons. 

Keeper City Hospital — John Cartledge. 

Lot Inspectors — David Hopkins, Wm Keener. 

Wood Inspector — R A Watkins. 

City Surveyor — E W Brown. 

City Sexton — B Abrahams. 

City Sheriff — Isaac Levy. 

Clerk City Court— D h Roath. 



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Vendue Masters— W B Griffin, W H Howard. 

Captains of City Watch — John L Hill, Joshua King, J A 
Bennett, N A Ford. 

Assessors— 1st Ward, J B Bishop ; 2d Ward, J H Mann ) 3d 
Ward, W E Jackson; 4th Ward, WH Goodrich; Mr Dye 
upon the part of the Council. 

Fire Wardens— 1st Ward, Wm M Hight; 2d Ward, GT 
Dortic; 3d Ward, C A Piatt; 4th Ward, W H Goodrich. 

COURTS. 

Justices of the Inferior Courts — Benj H Warren, James B 
Bishop, Edmond Tabb, Foster Blodget, sr, James W Brandon. 

Clerk of the Court of Ordinary — Foster Blodget, jr. 

Sessions of the Court of Common Pleas, held quarterly on the 
fourth Mondays of February, May, August and November. 
Return day ten days before the sitting of each court. WilUam 
S Gould, Judge ; David L Roath, Clerk. 

Justices of the Peace — Benjamin Hall, Lewis Leon, Lewis 
Levy, W Mile Olen, Alexander Philip, A D Piqeut, Mathew 
Shehan, Walter Freeman. 

Sheriff — Robert Wiggins. 

Deputy Sheriff — G A Parker. 

Clerk of the Superior and Inferior Courts — Benjamin F Hall. 

Receiver of Tax Returns — John H Bohler. 

Tax Collector — Alexander Deas. 



MILITARY. 

THE INDEPENDENT VOLUNTEER BATALLION OF AUGUSTA. 

Lieut Col Commanding — John B Campbell ; Adjutant — Ed- 
win B Sharpe ; Quarter-master — Albert Hatch ; Pay-master — 
Wm H Wheeler ; Surgeon — Henry Rossignol. 

RICHMOND HUSSARS. 

Captain— William E Dearing , 1st Lieut— T P Stovall ; 2d 
Lieut — J J Thomas ; Cornet — J H Alford. 

OGLETHORPE INFANTRY. 

Captain — John H Jackson ; 1st Lieut — J Clarke ; 2d 
Lieut — H B Adam ; 3rd Lieut — Henry Allen. 

WASHINGTON ARTILLERY. — (1854.) 

Captain — Daniel Kirkpatrick ; 1st Lieut — J P Girardy ; 2d 
Lieut — Geo S Barnes ; 3d Lieut — J J Jacobus. 

CLINCH RIFLES. 

Captain — C A Piatt; 1st Lieut — J D Butt; 2d Lieut — Jos 
E Marshell ; 3d Lieut— H D Ansley ; Sec'ty and Tres— Wm 
H Bird. 

IRISH VOLUNTEERS. 

Captain — Edw J Walker ; 1st Lieut — M Deletre ; 3d Lieut — 
James Duffy ; Ord Sergant — Dennis Frely. 
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MONTGOMERY (lUARDSj 

Captain — J B Weems ; 1st Lieut — Thomas Whyte ; 2d 
Lieut — Claiborne Sneed ', od Lieut — M J Jones. 



AUGUSTA FIRE COMPANY. 

ORGANIZED 1794— INCORPORATED 1845. 

Chief Engineer — F Lamback. 

1st Assistant — J A Robert; 2d Assistant — ^^ Henney. 

Secretary — Alexander Philip. 

Treasurer — iVnton Iversou. 

Washington Fire Company, No 1. — Captain, Chas Auferman ; 
Lieut., H I^und ; Secretary, J Heitzman ; Treasurer, H Stoflfel. 

Clinch Engine Fire Company, No 2. — Captain, John ]\[cCanu; 
Lieutenant, T Whitman; Secretary, Christopher Cosgrove ; 
Treasurer, Andrew Yonge. 

Fillmore Fire Company, No 4. — Captain, William H Wheel- 
er ; Lieutenant, Edward Baskeville ; l^resident, Claiborne 
Snead; Secretary, W J Cumpsty; Treasurer, Henry V Richmond. 

Augusta Fire Company No 5 — Captain, Daniel Galvin ; Lieu- 
tenant, James Hughs ; Secretary, James Magarahan. ^^ 

Augusta Fire Company, No 6. — Captain, T W Shackelford, 
Lieutenant, Stephen Frank ; Treasurer, W H Might ; Secretary, 
Wm l''onge. 

Vigilant Fire Engine and Hose Company. — Foreman, H C 
Goodrich; Assistant, J B Stoughtou; Secretary, N K Rutter, jr; 
Treasurer, MathiasCLirk; Piperaan, E T Miller; Assistant Pipe- 
man, Wm Miller. 

Pioneer Plook aifd Ladder Company, No 1. — Foreman, J B 
Piatt; IstAssitant, S B Simmons; 2nd Assistant W B Chu«- 
boro; Secretary, WH Edwards. 



BANKS. 

UNION BANK. 

Capital— ^300,000 
President — Edward Thomas. 
Cashier — John Craig. 

Directors — Edward Thomas, William E Jackson, Germain T 
-Dortic, John K Jackson, John Craig. 

BRANCH BANK OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA. 

Capital, ^400,000. 
President — Thomas Barret. 
Cashier — Grenvile Simmons. 

Directors — Thos Barrett, J P Garvin, W (J Jessup, Geo V\ 
Lewis, L C Warren, John W Walker, John H Phinney. . 
mechanics' bank. 
Capital— 500,000. 
President- T S Metcalf. 



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Cashier — 'SI Hatch. 

Directors — T S Metcalf, Jacob Dauforth. Foster Biodget, 
.James B Walker. Alfred Baker, Josiah Sibley, James B Bishop, 
W S Koberts, Robt Kerr. 

CITY BANK. 

(Japital-— ,^400,000. 
President — A Gould. 
Cashier — W J Saues. 

Directors — A Mould. J C Farao, B Couley. G N Newton, W 
II Stark. 

BANK OF AUtlUSTA. 

Capital~S(iOO,000. 

President — John Bones. 

Cashier — James W Davis. 

Directors — John Bones, llobert A lleid, Henry H Cuuiming, 
John Davison, M Wilkirson, E Staunes, James W Davis, Wm 
Shear, L D Lallerstedt, James Brown, John A Monro, VIonry 
Moore. 

(JEORGIA RAIL ROAD & BANKING COMl'ANi'. 

Bank Capital— ^500,000. 

Whole capital of the (Jompany — ^4,156,000. 

President — John P King. 

Cashier — Joseph Milli-^au. 

Directors — B H Warren, John Bones, James ^V Davis, \V SI 
D'Antignac, Eligah E Jones, Samuel Barnett, Asbury Hall, 
John Cunninghan, Ferdenand Phenizy, George J Jackson, Wm 
I) Conyers, llichard Peters, Antoiue PouUain, I'homas M Ham- 
ilton, George W Evans, Masillon P Stovall. 

AUliUSTA INSURANCE AND BANKING COiVIPANY. 

Capital— 8375,000. 
President — William M D'Antignac. 
Cashier — Kobert Walton. 

Directors-W M D'Antignac, E IIenkeli;S D Linton, Y^Mq- 
(Jord, Wm J Owens. 

EXCHANGE BANKERS. 

F (; Baker and Wood, Eddy & Co. 

WILD CAT BANKS. 

[From the (Chronicle and Sentinel.] 
To enable the people to protect themselves as much as possible 
auainst these swindling shops, we subjoin a list of them — all of 
which we regard totally unworthy of confidence or credit : 

Merchants Bank of Macon, Interior Bank, Griffin; LaGrange 
Bank, LaGrange; Cheerokee Insurance and Banking Company, 
Daltou; Planters' and Mechanics' Bank, Dalton; North West- 
ern Bank, Ilingold ; Bank of Greenboro, Greenboro. 

BROKEN BANKS. 

Manufacturers' and Mechanics' Bank, Columbus ; Exchange 
Bank, Griffin; Southern Bank, Bainbridge. 



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PRESENT SCHEDULE OF THE AUGUSTA POST 
OFFICE AND RAIL ROADS. 

AUGUSTA & SAVANNAH RAILROAD. 

Leave Augusta at 30, A M, and 2 45, P M. 

Arrive at Savannah at 7 20, AM, and 9 30,PM. 

Arrive at Macon at 9 00, AM,andll OOP M. 

Leave Savannah at 11 45, PM, and 12 15 M. 

Leave Macon at 10 00, P M, andlO 45A M. 

Arrive at Augusta at 7 19, A M, and 7 30 P M. 

Andrew Yonge, Sup't. 

GEORGIA RAILROAD. 

Leave Augusta at 45 A M, and 2 45, P M. 

Arrive at Atlanta at 9 25 A M, and 11 56, P M. 

Leave Atlanta at 12 00, Night, and 10 00, AM. 

Arrive at Augusta at..., 8 53 A M, and 6 55, A M. 

Connect with South Carolina Railroad. 

Arrive at Augusta at 11 15, P M, and 1 15, P M. 

Leave Augusta at 10 00, A M,and 8 05, P M. 

Western and Atlantic Rail Road. 

Arrive at Atlanta at 11 22, Night. 

Leave Atlanta at 12 30, Day. 

Atlanta and LaGrange Railroad. 

Arrive at Atlanta at 8 33, AM, and 7 51, P M. 

Leave Atlanta at 015, AM, and 10 15, A M. 

Athens Branch — Sundays Excepted. 

Leave Augusta at 12 45 Night. 

Leave Atlanta at 12 00 *' 

Arrive at Athens at 8 20, A M. 

Leave Athens at 11 00, Day. 

Arrive at Augusta at 6 45, P M. 

Arrive at Atlanta at 1145 P M. 

Washington Branch — Sundays Excepted. 

Leave Washington at 2 00, P M. 

Arriveat Augusta at 6 45, P M. 

Arrive at Atlanta at 12 00 Night. 

Leave Augusta at 2 45, PM. 

Arrive at Washington at 7 20, P M. 

Warrenton Branch — Sundays Excepted. 

Leave Warrenton at 3 00, P M. 

Arrive at Augusta at 6 45, PM. 

Arrive at Atlanta at 12 00,PM. 

Leave Augusta at 2 45, P M. 

Leave Atlanta at 10 00, AM. 

Arrive at "Warrenton at 6 30, P M. 

George Yonge, Gen. Sup't. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 166 



MEDICAL COLLEGE OF aEORGIA. 

[^Corner Telfair arid Washington streets.^ 
This institution went into operation in the fall of 1832. It 
has a board of 24 trustees and a faculty of 7 professors. The 
annual course of Lectures will begin on the first Monday in No- 
vember. The first course of lectures was attended by 27 
students in 1832. In 1858 it had 4 graduates. 

Faculty. — H V M Miller, M D ; Emeritus Professor of Anat- 
omy ; H F Campbell, M D, Professor of Anatomy -, L A Dugas, 
M D, Professor of Surgery; Joseph Jones, Professor of Chemistry 
and Pharmacy; J P Garvin, M D, Professor of Materia Medica, 
Therapeutics and Medical Jurisprudence; L D Ford, M D, 
Professor of Institutes and Practice of Medicines ; S D Sim- 
mons, M D, Assistant Demonstrator ; H W D Ford, M D, Pro- 
sector to Prof Surgery ; J A Eave, M D, Prof of Obstetrics ; 
Robert Campbell, M D, Demonstrator of Anatomy; S P Cleve- 
land, Curator of Museum. 



CHURCHES. 

St Paul's Church, (Episcopal,) corner Reynolds and Wash- 
ton, Rev E E Ford, D D, Rector. Services on Sunday, 4J A. 
M and 3 P M, winter; 4PM summer. Daily services in Lent, 
also on Wednesday and Friday morning, except in winter. 

Church of the Atonement, (Episcopal) cor Kollock and Tel- 
fair streets, Rev Wm H Harrison, Rector. Services on Sunday 
10^ A M and 3 PM, winter; 4 P M, summer. Daily service in 
Lent, also on Wednesday and Friday morning, except in winter. 

First Presbyterian Church, on Telfair bt Washington and Mc- 
intosh, Rev Joseph R AVilson, D D, Pastor. Winter services, 
10 J o'clock, A M and 7 J o'clock, P M, summer services 10 J A 
M and 4 o'clock, P M. Prayer meeting Saturday afternoon and 
lecture Wednesday evening. 

Green Street Presbyterian (;hurch, cor Kollock and Green, 
Rev G W Boggs, Pastor. Services on Sundays 10* o'clock. 
AM and 7 PM. 

Augusta Baptist Church, cor Green and Jackson, J E Ryerson, 
Pastor. Service on Sundays, lOo A M and 7 o'clock, P M. 
Prayer meeting on Tuesday Evenings at 7 o'clock. 

Kollock Street Baptist Chapel, L M Carter, Pastor, services 
Sunday night at 7 o'clock and Thursday night at 1 of 8 o'clock. 

St John's Methodist Episcopal Church, Green bt Jackson and 
Mcintosh, Rev Joseph S Key, Pastor, services on Sundays, 10 i 
o'clock, AM and 7 o'clock P M. Prayer meeting Wednesday 
nights. 

St James Methodist Church, Green bt Elbert :ind Centre 
streets, Thos H Jordan Pastor. Services Sundays, 10^ o'clock, 
A M and 7 P M, prayer meeting Thursday nights. 






166 AUGUSTA 



Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church, Kev James M Dickey, 
Pastor. Services on Sundays, 10 ?> A M and 7 o'clock, P M 
prayer meeting- Tuesday nights. , 

Christian Church, on Reynolds between Mcintosh and Green 
streets, Eld Q S Samor, Pnstor. Services on Sundays, lOJ A 
M and 7 o'clock P M. 

Church of the most Holy Trinity, (Roman Catholic) on Tel- 
fair bt Mcintosh and Jackson. Pastors, Rev G Duggan and 
Rev J F Kerby. Services on Sunday at 7 and 10 o'clock A M, 
Vespers at 3^ o'clock P M. 

AB^RICAN CHURCHES. 

Baptist — Springfield, Thankful, Central Africa. 
Methodist — Trinity. 

Sundm/ Schools. — A school is attached to each Church in the 
city, and arc all well attended. 



SOCIETIES. 

MASONIC INSTITUTIONS SOCIAL LOD(iK No. !. 

Stephen D Heard, W 31 ; Jasper B Stoughton, S AV ; Alex 
Irving, J W ; John J Maguire, Treas ; Chas ]>wf'1)". "^""'w. 

Webb's lodge no. 166. 

(■hristopher F Lewis, W xM; John H Mead, S W ; Charles 
M Wright, J W ; Thos Snowdon, Treas ; Jos J Jiathrop, Sec'ry. 

AUGUSTA R. A., CHAPTER NO. 2. 

Uriah L Leonard, H P; John J Maguire, R; Thos S Cum- 
ing, S ; Christopher F Lewis, C H ; James Godley, P S ; Lem- 
uel Dwelle, jr, R AC; Frank H Miller, M 3d Y; Fred A 
Whitlock, M 2d V; Edw T xAliller, M 1st Y; Lemuel Dwelle, 
sr, Treas ; Charles Dwelle, Sec'ry. 

ADONIVAN COUNCIL, NO. 1, R. & S. M. 

Stephen D Heard, T J M; John J Maguire, H T ; Thomas 
S Cuming, II A B ; Benj B Russell,'C G ; Chas Dwelle, Rec'd 
and Treas; John E Navy, G S. 

GEORGIA COMMANDING, NO. 1, K. T. 

Benjamin B Russell, Em Com; Christopher F Lewis, Geii'I; 
Stephen D Heard, Capt Gcn'l; Jas Godby, Trelate; Charles 
Dwelle, S W ; John H Mead, J W; Wni H Edwards. Warder ; 
John Hill, Treas ; Geo F iVdam, Recorder. 

WASHINGTON LODGE, NO. 7, I. O. O. F. 

D H Denning, N G; Jas H Dye, Y ; L LaTaste, Sec'ry ; 
G R Dodge, M ; B Conby, P Sec'ry. 



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MILLER LODGE, NO. 10, I. O. O. F. 

A J Davis, NG-; a F Brian t, V G; J J Lathrop, P 
Hec'ry ; F L Markie, Rec'ing Sec'ry ; Thos Snowden, Tres. 



SONS OF TEMPERANCE. 

AUGUSTA DIVISION, NO. 7. 

M J Divine, W P ; J E Ryei-son, W A ; W G Whidby, R S. 



YOUNa MEN^S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. 

President — William C Derry. 

Vice Presidents — J R W Johnson, Baptist ; W S Royal, Me- 
thodist ; R F UrquhiLrt, Presbyterian ; W P Carinichael, Epis- 
copalian ; G W Grain, Christian. 

Corresponding Secretary, Whiton G Johnson. 

Recording Secretary, Wm G Whidby. 

Treasurer, Charles A Rowland. 

Librarian, R Stokes Sayre. 

STANDING COMMITTEES FOR 1869. 

Publication— W G Whidby. J W Burch, F M Jeffries. 
Lecture— W C Jessup, D B Plumb, C B Day. 
J^ibrary and Rooms — R S Sayre, W T Richards, F H Miller. 
Sick Members — W S Howard, Jr, St John Moore, C T Lewis. 
Finance — Sam'l A Verdery, R C Black, Wm Gibson. 
Employment- A A Beall, D R Wright, A F Plumb. 
Statistics — J W Bones, W J iVnsley, H D Norrell. 



SCHOOLS. 

AUGUSTA ACADEMY. 

Teachers — James L Rossignol, Classical Teacher; Jas M 
Shellman, English Teacher. 

Trustees — L A Dugas, President ; G P Garvin, James W 
Daviss, John K Jackson, E Starnes, Wm A Walton, G M New- 
ton, Wm M D'Antignac, Edward Thomas. 

AUGUSTA FREE SCHOOL. 

Teachers — Mr Thomas Snowdon, Principal Male Department ; 
Miss A M Clark, Female Department ; Assistants, Misses Kate 
K Parmale, Ann A Holliday, Josephine Thomas. 

Managers. — W E Jackson Chairman ; B B Russell, Secretary 
and Treasurer ; J B Bishop, M Hatch, Jno Craig, D B Plumb, 
G M Thew, Jas Gardiner, Geo W Evans, JMilligan, R C Kerr, 
Benj Conley, J W Davis, G T Dortic, F Blodget, jr. 



168 AUGUSTA 



HOUGHTON INSTITUTE. 

Teachers — Thos H Holleyman, A M, Principal Male Depart- 
ment ; Miss Sarah J Thompson, Principal Female Department. 

STEAMBOAT LINES BETWEEN AUGUSTA AND 
SAVANNAH. 

EXCEL LINE. 

Steamer Excel, 205 tons burthen ; C R Pawell, Captain. J 
V Tarver, agent at Savannah ; H T Russen agent at Augusta. 

FASHION LINE. 

Steamer Columbia, 300 tons burthen ; D A Philpot, Captain. 
Steamer Talamicco, 400 tons burthen ; C R Powell, Captain. 
Steamer Fashion, 300 tons burthen ; Thos M Philpot, Captain. 



United States Hotel, 

0WELLE & MOSHER, Proprietors, 

M ijcU 8 T A, GE R GI A. 

L. DWELLE, Sn. J. MOSHER. 



J. E. MUNGER, 

PRtKTICAt WATKHHAKER, 

AND DEALER IX 

i^M mid ^ite Wattkis, 

iMis®sii Mw mm smimm^, 

Silver & Plated Ware, Fancy Goods, Colt's Repeaters, Allen's 

Revolving Pistols, Single and Double Barrel Pistols and 

Guns, and a large selection of Gold, Silver & Steel 

SPECTACLES & OPTICAL GLASSES. 

PURE, NON-EXPr.OSIVE 

COAL (KEROSINE) OIL, 

And a beautiful assortment of Lamps adapted expressly for it. 

N. B. — Tn Watcli and Clock Repairing my old friends can 
liave mj services as heretofore, at 

TWEEDY'S OLD STAND, 150 Broad-St. 



EDWARD J. WALKER, 

ATTORNEY AT tAW, 

Office Over tlie City Bank, 



J. M. NEWBY & CO., 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN 




I 



UNDER UNITED STATES HOTEL, 



PINE bla:jk, blue and olive 

mOGK IND DRESS GO^V^ 

BUSINESS COATS » XL DESCRIPTIONS AlVD COLORS. 

Cassiuiere Suits, Coats, Pants and Vests to Mate*' 

fill; MiMM. CMIMM MM, 

Plaid, Plain, Striped, and other styles of 

Fancy Cassimere Paxitts,, 

SII4K, ITIERINO, It'OOI., VELVET, SATIN, BARATHEA. 1 

and otlicr Styles of 

"^ IB S T S . 

Together with every Style of Goods for Gentlemen's Wear. 
ts^-CALL AND TAKE A LOOK.-^ir: 



E. J. BUCKMASTER, 

157 Broad Street, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEK T\ 

mmDWARE, STOVES, GRATES Ai RANGES, 

Brass, Copper, Zinc, Tin, Plated Ware, Tinners' Tools, &c., &c. 

ONE DOOR SSELOW MECHANICS' BAI^K, 

-A-XJO-TTST-/^^ GEORGIA.- 



E R JR ^ T A_ 



M^MBEKS CITY COUNCIL AND ^TY OFFICERS. 

For Harland Bigby read Harland Bigbj 
" 'Tacob Sistruck read Jacob Sistrun] 



jPoffSi 



COURTS. 



ession of the Court of Common ' as read City Court. 
i " Judge William S Gould read Wl ^ta T Gould. 

wL MIUITARY. 

^^'. OGLETHORrE INFANTRY. 

l^or Capt John H Jackson read John K Jackson. 

CLINCH RIFLES. ! 

For 2d Lieut Joseph E Marshell read Joseph E Marshall. 

IRISH VOLUNTEERS. 

For 1st Lieut M Deletre read M Delettre. 



AUGUSTA FIRE COMPANY. 

VIGILANT FIRE ENGINE. 

For Secretary N K Rutter, jr, read N K Butler, jr. 

HOOK AND LADDER COMPANY. 

For W B Chusboro read W B Cheesboro. 



BANKS. 

BRANCH BANK STATE OF GEORGIA. 

For President Thos Barret read Thos Barrett. 
" Cashier Grenvile Simmons read Grenville Simmons. 
" Director John LI Phinney read James H. Phiuizy. 

mechanics' bank. 
For Director Robt Kerr read Robt C Kerr. 



\ 



EEBATA. 



CITY BANK. 

For Cashier W J Sanes read "Wm J Sams. 
Director G N Newton read George M Newton. 

BANK OF AUGUSTA. 

For Cashier James W Davis read James W. Davies. 
" Director M Wilkirson read M Wilkinson. 
" " E Staunes read E Starnes. 
" *' James W Davis read James W Davies. 

GEORGIA RAIL ROAD & BANKING COMPANY. 

For Director James W Davis read James W Davies. 
" " Ferdinand Phemzy read Ferdinand Phinizy. 

AUGUSTA INSURANCE & BANKING COMPANY. 

Director Y McCord read Z McCord. 

EXCHANGE BANKERS. 

For F C Baker read F C Barber. 



MEDICAL COLLEGE OF GEORGIA. 
(Corner Telfair and Washington Streets.) 

This institution went into operation in the fall of 1832. It has 
a board of 24 trustees and seven professors The annual course 
of lectures begins on the first Monday in November. The first 
courst of lectures was attended by 26 students in 1832. In 1858 
the class numbered 160, of whom 64 were graduated. 

Faculty— H V M Miller, M D. Professor of Physiology and 
Pathological Anatomy ; H F Campbell, M D. Prof, of Anatomy ; 
L A Dugas, M D. Prof, of Surgery ; Joseph Jones, M D. Prof, of 
Chemistry and Pharmacy ; I P Garvin, M D. Profes.'sor Materia 
Medica, Therapeutics and Medical Jurisprudence ; L D Ford, M 
D. Prof, of the Institutes and Practice of Medicine ; Jos A Eve, 
M D. Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women andlnfimts; 
Rob't Campbell, M D Demonstrator of Anatomy; H W D 
Ford, M D. Prosector to the Professor of Surgery ; S D Sim- 
mons, M D. A&sistant Demonstrator ; S P Cleveland, Curator of 
Museum. 



CHURCHES. 

St. Paul's Church. Services on Sunday lOJ A M and 3 PM, 
Winter ; 4 P M Summer. 

Christian Church on Reynolds between Mcintosh and Jackson. 
Eld J S Lamar. Services on Sunday 10|- A M, 7 P M. 



i£REATA. 



TRUSTEES OF THE MASONIC HALL. 

William T Gould, Chairman ; Benj B Russell, Sect'y and Treas. 
William H Jones, Lemuel Dwelle, Sr, James Godby, Ignatius P 
Garvin, Lambeth Hopkins, John Hill, Stephen D Heard, Thos 
Snowdon, Wm Hardeman, Christopher F Lewis, John D Butt. 



AUGUSTA R. A. CHAPTER NO. 2. 

John J Maguire R, should read K ; for James Godley read 
Godby. 



GEORGIA COMMANDING read COMMANDERY. 
tias Godby, Trelate, read Prelate. 



WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 7. 
For B Conby read B Conley. 



YOUNG MEN'S LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. 

President, I P Garvin ; Vice President, Henry IMoore ; Sec'y 
and Treasurer A C Ives. Managers — John Bones, Artemas 
Gould, John Davison, James W Davies. George M Thew, W C 
Jessup. Librarian — Thomas Courtney, 

SCHOOLS. 

For Augusta Academy read Richmond County Academy. 
" Trustee G P Garvin read I P Garvin. 



STEAMBOAT LINES. 

EXCEL. 

Capt C H Powell. 

IRON STEAMBOAT COMPANY. 

Steamer Starke, Captain J S Skinner. 
" Augusta, Captain H B Frazer. 
" Swan, Captain R Johnson. 

FASHION LINE. 

Steamer Talamico, Capt D Philpot. 

John A Moore, Capt T N Philpot. 
" Columbia, Capt T Daniels. 



ERRATA. 



AUGUSTA CITY DIRECTORY. 



Adam, George F. firm Carmichael, B & C. 262 Broad, bds. 

Planters' Hotel. 
Allen. Dr J P. bds at J V H Allen, Greene. 
Andrews, Isaac N. of Haigh & A. h 242 Ellis. 
Aufferman, C. bar and oyster saloon, 105, h 39 Broad. 
Augusta Free School, 136 Greene. 
Augusta Orphan Asylum, cor Walker and Centre. 
Averell, Alfred M. boards 429 Broad. 

Br 

Baker* Henry coroner, h 119 Ellis. 

Baker Alfre'd, of B c^ Usher, Paragon Mills, h Sand Hill. 

Bamburg F. superintendent through freight cars S. C. & G. R. R. 

h 149 Washington. 
Barnes, John A. sr, ag't, office 360 Broad, h corner of Mcintosh 

and Greene. 
Barron, W W, h 185 Ellis. 

Baskeville, R. E. b. h. Fen wick bt Campbell and Cumming. 
Baudry, Lr A. druggist, 123 Broad, h 18 Bay, 
Beale, Miss Savannah, h 56 Centre. 
Beall, Wm M. warehouse and commission business, Reynold, h 

337 Broad. 
Beall, Albert A A. bds Planters Hotel. 
Beall, Wm. A. of Doughty B & Co. bds Planters Hotel. 
Belcher, W P, cotton buyer, 3 Jackson, bds 9 Jackson. 
Bean, A C, Notary Public, State Bank. 
Bessman, G W. nursery and florist, 32 Green, h same. 
Bignon, Armand P. dentist, 217 Broad, bds 78 Greene, 
Bignon, H A. physician, 140 Broad, h 78 Greene. 
Black, R C. physician, office 16 Campbell, h 277 Broad. 
Blodget, Foster, Jr., h bt Elbert and Lincoln. 
Blome, L T. printer Constitutionalist office. 
Bones, Thos. A. of J. & Thos. A Bones, bds 159 Broad. 
Bones, John of J & T A Bones, President Augusta Bank, h over 

185 Broad. 
Bones, Jno & Thos A, hardware merchants, 185 & 187 Broad. 
Bones, Thos M. clerk J & Thos A Bones, bds 164 Greene. 
Bottom, William, bds 95 Elhs. 

Bouchelon, G. W. clerk 239 Broad, bds Mansion House. 
Boulineau, G E. blacksmith, 39 Centre, h corner Greene and 

Lincoln. 



E^tRATA. 5 

Brown, E W. of Brown <fe G. h 12 Eeynold. 
Brown & Grairdner, architects, over 199 Broad. 
Broom & Norrell, dry goods merchants, 218 Broad. 
Broom, J J of Broom & Norrell h Woodlawn. 
Brjson, Mrs Willliam, h cor Mcintosh & Reynold. 
Buford, Simeon, printer at Constitutionalist office, 

Campbell, Edward F. h 347 Broad. 

Carmichael A W. h McKinne, bt Fenwick and S Boundary. 

Carter, John C. of Shewmake & Co. bds Planters Hotel. 

Cashin, John, 158 Reynold. * 

Caswell, T D. of Baker & C. 296 Broad, bds Planters Hotel. 

Catlin, Lyman, 221 Broad, h country. 

Cherry, A P. mastic roofer, h 5 Greene, office over 210, rear gas 

office, Broad. 
Chew, Mrs B F. h cor Telfair and Washington. 
Cheesboro, W B. physician, 96 Greene. 
Cheesboro, J W clerk 175 Broad, bds cor Greene & Centre. 
City Bank, 223 Broad. 

Clayton, E P, of Phinizy & Clayton, h Sand Hill. 
Clarke, R C. book keeper, 185 Broad, bds U S Hotel. 
Clarke, J V. bds U S Hotel. 
Clanton, Turner, office cor Ellis and Washington, h cor Greene 

and Centre. 
Cleckly, Dr M A. homeopathist, 290 Broad, bds Planters Hotel, 
Collier, James G. h Ellis bt McKinne and Marbury. 
Collins, Mrs. millinery, 326 Broad. 
Conner, R A. Pastor to Colored Mission, bds parsonage of St. 

John's Church. 
Correll, A. S. h 186 Ellis, bds Globe Hotel. 
Cotting, D C Editor Dispatch, bds 62 cor. Broad and Lincoln. 
Cooper, W H. of Lamback & C. h 77 Broad. 
Critze, Peter h 185 Ellis. 

Crump, George H. book keeper, 189 Broad, bds. 74 Broad. 
Crump, Mrs. Elizabeth, h 74 Broad. 
Crump, Samuel H. Clerk Council, bds 74 Broad. 
Culpepper, Walker, h corner Jackson and S Boundary. 
Gumming, Thos W. bds over 224 Broad. 
Gumming, H M. bds over 224 Broad. 
Curtis, G«o F. h 89 Broad. 

D. 

Dagnel, Elizabeth, h n w cor Kollock and D'Antignac. 
Daly, Henry, boot and shoe dealer, 226 Broad. 
Daly, Nicholas, boot and shoe store, 264 Broad. 




6 EEEATA. 

Danforth, Mrs. Monroe, h 95 Greeue. 

Daniels, Thomas, mate on Talamico, h cor Reynolds and Lincoln. 
Danforth, Jacob, h n s Ellis, between Marbury and Kollock. 
D'Antignac, W M. of D'A, Evans & Co. h 292 Broad. 
D'Antigna'}, Harriss, of D'A & Hubbard, h 165 Greene. 
D'Antignac, Evans & Co., commission merchants, Jackson bt 

Fenwick and Walker. 
D'Antignac & Evans, ofl&ce 251 Broad. 
D'Antignac & Hubbard, family grocers, 292 Broad. 
Davis, Jacob R. bds Mrs Read's, Broad. 
Davies, James W. cashier at Bank of Augusta, h over Bank. 
Davies, W W. h 152 Greene. 

Davison, W. B. of D^ & Strahan, cor. Mcintosh and Reynold. 
Davison, John warehouse and commission merchant, 6 Mcintosh, 

h cor Mcintosh & Reynold. 
Day, C B. of Deming & D. h over 221 Broad. 
Delaigle, Louis, bds at J S Clark, Ellis. 
Delaigle, A A. physician, oflSce Warren Block. 
Deming & Day, dry goods merchants, 254 Broad. 
Deming, L C. of D & Day, bds L S Morris, over 260 Broad. 
Derry, E R, 256 Broad, bds 98 Reynold. 
Dimick, B C. discount clerk State Bank, h bt McKinne and 

Marbury. 
Drechsel, C. cabinet maker 145 Broad, h same. 
Donagan, Mrs M. grocery, centre, bt Reynold and Broad. 
Donagan, Thos. h 40 Fenwick. 
Dortic, Henry, clerk at Augusta Manufactory Co. office 243 

Broad, bds G T Dortic. 
Dortic, G T. family grocer, 178 Broad, h 133 Reynold. 
Dugas, Leon P. h 424 Broad. 
Dugas, Dr L A. office and house 186, 188. 
Dwelle & Mosher, proprietors U S Hotel, 232 Broad. 
Dwyer, Thomas, grocer, 122 Broad, h same. 

E. 

Easterling, R C. merchant, 180 Broad, h E Boundary. 

Emery, C. ice dealer, 110 Reynold, h same. 

Ernenputsch, W, classical school, 160 Broad. 

Estes, Charles, of E & Clarke, h 347 Broad. 

Estes & Clarke, grocers, 278 Broad. 

Evans, George W. of D'Antignac, E & Co., h cor. Mcintosh 

and Broad. 
Evans, W A, of D'Antignac, E & Co, bds cor Mcintosh and 

Broad. 

F. 

Fildes, Sam'l. Agent Chronicle & Sentinel, bds Planters' Hotel. 



ERRATA. 



Fleming, James, h 459 Broad. 

Fleming P. of F & Rowland, and of P & J P F. h cor (kmpbell 

and Reynold. 
Fleming & Rowland, wholesale and retail grocers, 283 Broad. 
Fleming, Thos W. collector and surveyor port of Augusta, 144 

Reynold, h 135 Greene. 
Ford, N A. h S E cor. Pine & D'Antignac. 
Force, John P. of Conley F & Co h 174 Greene, 
Force, A C. of Conley F & Co. h 174 Greene. 
Frazer, B F bds City Hotel. 
Frazer, H B. Captain Steamer Augusta. 
Freeman, J N. jewelry and watch maker, 312 Broad, bds Planters 

Hotel. 
Frost, Samuel, cabinet maker, h 84 Centre. 
Frost, Richard, bds 84 Centre. 

G. 

Oairdner, Maj James P. office and house corner Bay and Lincoln. 

Gairdner, Gordon, architect, of Brown & G. 1 Bay. 

Gallahcr, of P & M Gallaher, h 25 Washington. 

Gallaher, P & M. dry goods merchants, 186 Broad. 

Garvin, Dr I P. 80 Broad. 

Gavin, Peter J, at Girardey's saloon. 

Glascock, Edmund, first assistant, post office, bds 78 Greene. 

Glover, W W. Geo R R. bds 49 Washington. 

Godby, James, saddlery and harness maker, 123 Broad, h Lin- 
coln bt Reynold and Broad. 

Goetchius, R Y. foreman L Roll, bds 56 Centre. 

Goetchius, Chas B. clerk Burch & Robert, bds 56 Centre. 

Gordon, J. N. clerk Davison & Strahan, bds Mrs. McLaughlin's, 
Broad. 

Gould, A. President City Bank, 120 Greene. 

Goodrich, Wm H. grocer, 271 Broad, contractor and builder, 
289 Reynold, h Reynold, between Campbell & Macartan. 

Granite Mill, first level canal, cor Greene and West Boundary. 

Green & Dicks, retail grocery, 112J Broad. 

Griffin, D F. school and h cor Ellis and Mcintosh. 

Griffin Mining Company, office 240 Broad, Charles McCalla agent. 

Guieu, John B. agent Iron Steamboat Company, h 15 Bay. 

Guieu, John A. clerk Iron Steamboat Company, bds 15 Bay. 

H. 

Hall, B F. clerk Superior and Inferior Court, h Sand Hill. 

Harker, E W. dentist, over 208 Broad, h 83 Broad. 

Hard, Rev. Wm J. bchool and h 162 Greene. 

Hatton, Joseph, physician & druggist, cor Telfair and Campbell. 

Haviland, Chichef-ter & Co. druggists, 258 Broad. 



8 - EREATA. 

Hawley, S B. book keeper, 225 Broad. 

Heard, Stephen D. of Heard & Simpson, h cor Washington and 

Greene. 
Hemphill, A H. blacksmith at May & Co. h S side of Ellis, bt 

Marbury and Kollock. 
Henkell, Edward, bds A Boggs, Reynold, 
Heney, James, dry goods and millinery, 199 Broad, h Reynold, 

near Mcintosh. 
Higginbotham, J E. clerk 185 Broad. 
Holt, Hon WW. Judge Middle Circuit, resides at A W Walton's, 

cor Reynold and Elbert. 
Holliday, Eli, upholster GaRR. h cor Calhoun and Mcintosh. 
Horn, Cullen, h 15 Calhoun' 
Horton, J W. of McCord H & Walton, h Reynold bt Campbell 

and Macartan. 
Housley, A M. harness maker and buggy trimmer, shop Cumming, 

bt Broad and Jones. 
Hood, A. clerk 218 Broad. 
Hood, A J. painter, 30 Broad. 
Hoops, H H. h 218 Ellis. 
Hubbard, J C. of D'Antignac & Hubbard. 
Hueneken, C. at G Volgar's. 
Hughes, H. engraver, 30 Mcintosh, boards Mrs. Kinchley's. 

I. 

Ingalls, L L. general contractor, bricklayer and plasterer, h 155 

Greene. 
Iron Steamboat Company, office cor Mcintosh and Bay. 
Iversen, Anton, music teacher, h S side Ellis, bt Cummine and 

Kollock. 

J. 

Jackson Street Hospital, cor Jackson and Fenwick, Drs. H F & 

R Campbell. 
Jacobus, J J. attorney at law, cor Campbell and Broad, h 394 

Broad. 
Jewett, A G. attorney at law, office 227 Brond. 
Johnston, J R W. accountant, 169 Broad, h 55 Broad. 
Jones, J A. commission merchant, cor. Mcintosh and Reynold, 

h 59 Greene. 
Jones, R A. clerk Geo R R. bds F. Midlam's. 
Jones, Mrs. Charles, h corner Elbert and Reynold. 
Jones, Thos B. clerk 298 Broad, h cor Reynold and Elbert. 

K. 

Kelly, I), grocery store, cor Campbell and Fenwick. 



ERRATA. 



Kent, Jesse, h 34 Washington. 

Kerr, Robert C. h over 227 and 229 Broad. 

Kerr, Wm. V. deputy sheriff, h 38 Fenwick. 

Keener, W H. clerk 210 Broad. 

Keener, Henry, h 40, cor. Centre and Broad. 

Keenan, P. bds U S Hotel. 

King, John P. President Geo. B R. h Sand Hills. 

Kirkpatrick, Daniel, bds A P. Robertson, 85 Broad. 

Kunze, Thos A. agent 44 Broad. 

L. 

Lace, Edmund, bar keeper at E R Schneider, bds same. 

Lamar, Elder J S. bds Planters' Hotel. 

LaTaste, A G. h 23 Reynold. 

LaTaste, V. druggist and seed store, 200 Broad, h country. 

Lawson, Wm P. h cor Walker and Washington. 

Leonard, U L. Deputy Marshal, h 440 Broad. 

Liverman, Wm J. h 47 Watkins. 

Loring, Mrs. E. dress and cloak maker, Jackson, 2 doors from 

Broad. 
Lowrey, J H. wheelright and blacksmith, 55 Campbell, h rear of 

same. 
Looney, Phillip, at G R R. h cor Campbell and Gardiner. 

M. 

Mackie, Wm. Teller Augusta Insurance and Banking Company, 

h Sand Hill. 
Magarahan, James, pattern maker, Ga. R R. 
Mann, John H. h 113 Broad. 
Marshall, J E, book keeper, h country, 
Martin, Thos. clerk at N Daly's, bds Globe Hotel. 
March, Benj. city watchman, cor Marbury and Fenwick. 
McCafferty, Mrs James, h 73 Greene, 
McCalla, Chas. P. agent Griffin Mining Co, office 240 Broad, 

bds United States Hotel. 
McKennon, B W. book keeper Mechanics Bank, h country. 
McKinney, Geo. of Combs & McKinney, bds Mr% Dill's Broad. 
McKinne, Col. John, h 134 Greene. 

Mealing, W J. of Clark & Co. 206 Broad, bds Globe Hotel. 
Mealing, H L. clerk 206 Broad, bds J. S. Clark, Ellis. 
Midlara, F. gen'l ag't and treas Geo. R. R. Co. h 169 Greene. 
Milligan. L A. clerk Geo R R. bds Dr. J. Milligan. 
Miller, John P R, retail grocer, l56 Broad, h same. 
Miller, F T. of Millers & Jackson, bds cor Reynold & Macartan. 
Miller, John T. of Jackson, Miller & Co. h 176 Greene. 
Milligan, Joseph, cashier Geo R R Bank, h over Bank. 



10 ERRATA. 



Minis, J L. h Ellis between Washington and Centre. 

Morgan, G W. teller Bank of Augusta, h Sand Hills. 

Moore, Henry, of H & J M & Co. h 101 Greene. 

Moore, John, of H & J M & Co. h 122 Greene. 

Moore, John A. office Fashion Line, 2 Bay, bds 18 Bay. 

Munger, J E. watch maker and jeweler, 150 Broad, h 68 Broad. 

Murphey, John, h Jackson, bt D'Autignac and Boundary. 

Murray, F. grocer, 15 Centre, hsame. 

MuRtin, George, book keeper at Lamback & Cooper. 

Mutch, George, clerk 279 Broad, bdsU S Hotel, 

.IS. 

Nehr, E A. Good Will House, 22 Washington. 

Nehr, L H. prop'r Mechanics' House, cor Washington and Ellis. 

Nelson, John, grocer, 304 Broad, h 291 Broad. 

Newsom, J. cler? 304 Broad. 

Newbery, J T. book keeper, 270 Broad, h 192 Greene. 

Nisbet, Jus T. editor Constitutionalist, h Reynold, near Macartan. 

0. 

Oakman, Thaddeus, attorney at law, 223 Broad. 

Oakman, Wellington, h 37 Washington. 

Odom, John, h 41 Broad. 

Odom, R. retail grocer, 20 Broad. 

O'Donnell, M. jr. h north side Barnes. 

O'Donnell, conductor Augusta and Savannah R R. h Jackson. 

O'Donnell, M. wood agent at G R R. h Jackson, near Gas works. 

Olaphant, E L. h 62 Walker. 

Oglethorpe Infantry, drill room over 144 Reynold. 

Olmstead, Geo B. of Haviland C & Co. bds Globe Hotel. 

Olin, Judge W Milo, office over 19 Washington, boards Augusta 

Hotel. 
Omnibus Stables, I D Mathews superintendent, cor Walker and 

Campbell. 
Osborne, J T. salesman 238 Broad, h Hamburg, S C. 



Parkyn, H H. book keeper 296 Broad, bds Planters' Hotel. 
Paragon Mills^bt 2d and 3d level, Augusta Canal, bt Marbury 

and Kollock. 
Parker, G A. auctioneer and deputy sheriff, Mcintosh, between 

Broad and Reynold, h 48 Broad. 
Pemberton, W F. discount clerk and notary public Mechanics' 

Bank, h Sand Hill 
Phillips, Wm. architect and surveyor, office and h on McKinne, at 

crual basin. 
Phinizy, F, of Phinizy & Clayton, h 218 Broad. 



ERRATA. 11 

Phinizy, Jno. jr. attorney at law, office City Hall, bds 107 Greene. 
Picquet, L A. clerk 235 Broad, bds over 130 Broad. 
Picquet, Benjamin, h over 130 Broad. 
Poullain, Antoine, of P. Jennings & Co. h Sand Hill. 
Pritcbard, Mrs. M L. agent millinery 164 Broad, h same. 
Purcell, E B. omnibus agent, bds Jackson. 

Q. 

Quein & Kigby, carpenters and builders, on Mar bury, nr Factory. 

R. 

Eamey & Story, grocers, 275 Broad. 

Ramey, J D. of Ramey & Story, h cor Campbell and Reynold. 

Reagan, F W. shoe dealer, 184 Broad, h over 131 Broad. 

Ripley, J E. of Tozer <fc Ripley. 

Roberts, J M. of Roberts, Coskery & Co. bds Globe Hotel. 

Rodgers, A. M. Sol Gen, bds 87 Broad, office over City Bank. 

Rogers, E W. of R & Bowen, h 118 Reynold. 

Rose, P. bookbinder, h 74 Centre. 

Rossignol, Jas L. classical teacher of Richmond Academy h same. 

Rowland, Samuel H. clerk Geo R R. bds Dr J Milligan's. 

Ruddell, G W clerk at Sibley. Boggs & Co., bds Mansion House. 

Rutherford, Wm J. bricklayer and plasterer, bds 121 Broad. 



Scofield, E E. at Augusta Works, h Telfair, between Jackson and 

Campbell. 
Scriver, M H. book keeper, 170 Broad. 
Shewmake, John T. of S & Carter, h Sand Hill. 
Shellmau, Jas L. English teacher at Richmond Academy, h same. 
Simmonet, Edwin, h 421 Broad. 

Silcox, John, h McKinne, between Fenwick and S Boundary. 
Snead, Claiborne, of J C & C Snead, attorneys at law, bds at J C 

Snead's. 
Snead, Garland, attorney at law, bds at J C Snead's. 
Snead, John C. attorney at law, Mcintosh Law Range, h Walker 

bt Washington and Cen^tre. 
Snowdon, Thomas, principal male department Augusta Free 

School, bds Planters' Hotel. 
Southgate, Dr R. office cor Mcintosh and Reynold, bds Planters' 
Spelman, R P. house and sign painter, h 90 Greene. 
Spelman, R P. jr. painter, h 4 Broad. 

Spaeth, C. boarding house and grocery, cor Telfair and Jackson. 
Stoy, F S. h 94 Broad. 
Stovall, J W L. house 171 Greene. 
Stovall, Thos P & Co., commission merchants, insurance agents 

and prop'rs of Grover & Baker's sewing machines, 285 Broad. 

if 



12 EKRATA. 



/ 



' Symmes, Geo. bookkeeper, 286 Broad, h 197 Greene. 

T. 

Taliaferro, Mrs. C C. h 65 Greene. 

Taliaferro, Joseph, clerk 268 Broad, bds 65 Greene. 

Taliaferro, Jesse, bds 65 Greene. 

Tankersly, George, city watchman, h 7 Bay. 

Tankersly, Wm. h 31 Broad. 

Tankersly, Robert, h 31 Broad. 

Tankersly, Jas H. h 31 Broad. 

Tankersly, G. h 31 Broad 

Tant, Wm R. carpenter, 36 Reynold. 

Thomas, Edward, of Cummings & Co bds Sand Hill. 

The Sun, Horn k Patton, 174 Ellis. 

Tozer & Ripley, wholesale dealers in straw goods, &c. 307 Broad. 

Tozer, C A. of T & Ripley. 

Tubman, Mrs Emily, h 210 Broad. 

Turpin, Jackson F. wharfinger, and agent Fashion line, h on 

Reynold bt Jackson and Campbell. 
Tutt, B H, clerk 180 Broad, bds Mansion House. 
Tweedy, Ephraim, h over 150 Broad. 

U. 

Usher, A. of Baker & U. Paragon Mills, h Greene, near West 
Boundary. 

V. 

^Van Buren, D H. ass't editor Chronicle & Sent, bds 106 Greene. 
Van Winkle, J A. merchant tailor 230 Broad, h 91 Greene. 
Volgar, G. tobacco and segar manufacturer, 184|-, 193 and 277 
Broad, h 64 Greene. 

w. 

Walton, Robert, jr. of McCord, Horton & W, h Ellis., between 

McKinne & Marbury. 
Walker, J Woolfolk, of J B Walker & Sons, h 167 Greene. 
Watkins, R A. city wood inspector, h ' Ellis. 
Watkins, Ben] H. clerk 296 Broad, bo' 1 A Watkins, Ellis. 
Wells, Wm B. druggist, bds over 260 Abroad, 
West, Loven, of Singleton & W. h Greene. 
Wheelock, C R. book keeper Augusta Hotel, 167 Broad. 
Wingard, h Pine, bt 2d level canal and D'Antignac. 
WoermbeckJ H. baker at James Bowen's. 

Wright, Charles M. dentist, 262 Broad, h cor Kollock and Telfair. 
Wyu)au, G N. of G N Wyman & Co. carriage repository, 208 

Broad, bds Burke House. 
Zinn, Mrs. R. h 82 Broad. 



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