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1804 Mercer Brown - Land Sale
1804 Mercer Brown - Land Sale
For Sale.

170 acres of land, lying in Columbia County, on Maddox creek, two and a half miles below Wrightsborough, with a grist mill, saw mill and plantation thereon, for terms apply to the subscriber on the premises.

Mercer Brown.
February 18

(note that Mercer Brown b. 1781 is selling land originally purchased by his father Mercer Brwon b. 1740)
1822 - Transaction involving negro man named Jack
1822 - Transaction involving negro man named Jack
Sheriff's Sale

One negro man, named Jack, levied on and returned by a constable as the property of Peter Donaldson, to satisfy an execution in favor of Daniel Dill vs. said Donaldson.

Conditions, cash - purchasers to pay for titles.

Daniel Savage,
Sheriff R.C.
October 5
1825 - Daniel Dill fails to appear for jury duty
1825 - Daniel Dill fails to appear for jury duty
State of Georgia. } SS in the Mayor's Court
City of Augusta. }
It appearing in the Court, by the Sheriff's return, that Benjamin G. Sims, Ephraim L. Whitlock, David Smith, Daniel Dill, and Green B. Holland, had been duly summoned to attend this court as jurors, and had made default: Or heed, that they each be fined in teh sum of ten dollars, unless sufficient excuse be filed with the clerk, on oath, on or before the first day of the next term.

True extract from the minutes of February term, 1825.

Andrew Jackson Miller, Deputy Clerk.
March 19.
1825 - Daniel Dill to receive lost item
1825 - Daniel Dill to receive lost item
1 Apr 1825

LOST. On the 23rd inst a POCKET BOOK, containing sundry papers and a sum of money say 130 dollars, viz: $100 bill, Bank of Darien Georgia, No. 429 dated May 4th 1819, marked letter A. among the rest of the Bank Bills was a two dollar bill, fo the Bank of South Carolina, and two ten dollar Bills, on what Bank not recollected. A suitable reward will be given for its recovery. any person finding the same will please leave it with Mr. Daniel Dill, or Mr. Benjamin Cutliff, otherwise to the subscriber,

Wm. L. Walker,
of Lincoln County
March 25
1825 - Ice Cream Advertisement
1825 - Ice Cream Advertisement
Ice Cream
No. 288, Broad-Street

The Ladies and gEntlemen of Augusta are informed that the subscribers have on hand every Evening, from 4 to 8 o'clock, P.M. a supply of ICE CREAMS, of various kinds.

Families can be supplied by sending any time within the above mentioned hours.

Danile Dill, & Co.
May 6
1827 - Confectionary business announcement
1827 - Confectionary business announcement
No. 288 Borad-Street

D. Dill respectfully tenders his sincere thanks to his friends and the public for the liberal patronage with which they have favored him, and offers his services to them generally in the Confectionary business, in all its branches. All orders, both town and country, will be supplied at the shortest reasonable notice, and at as low prices as any in the city. He has now on hand a good supply of the first quality Cordials, Lemon Syrup, Wine, Liquors, Capers, Olives, Raisins, Almonds, Figs, Filberts, Dried Beef, Bologna Sausage, Syrup of Orgeat, Candies of all descriptions, Sugar Plumbs of different sizes, Pound Cakes, Wedding Cakes, and Pastry Cookery, of all kinds, furnished in the neatest style if notice be given the day previous.

Also, Segars and Tobacco, of the best kind, and a few barrels of new Georgia Flour.

October 1
1827 - Daniel Dill business dissolved
1827 - Daniel Dill business dissolved

The Firm of Daniel Dill & Co. is this day dissolved, by mutual consent. Those indebted to the concern are expected to come forward to settle their accounts without delay.

H. Salm
D. Dill

July 24th, 1827
1828 - Flour advertisement
1828 - Flour advertisement

The subscriber has just received a few Barrels of NEW GEORGIA FLOUR, at his Confectionary, No. 288 Broad-street, where a general assortment of Confectionary may be had at all times.

D. Dill
Oct 2
1829 - Letter list
1829 - Letter list
Remaining in the Post Office at Augusta, Georgia, 2nd February 1829 (not before advertised).

D Dill
Kreifels-Rademacher Wedding Announcement
Kreifels-Rademacher Wedding Announcement

The marriage of Miss Elizabeth H. Kreifels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kreifels of near Paul, and Theodore J. Rademacher, of Longmont, Col., took place Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The wedding was one of the largest and most impressive to take place there for some time. Solemn high mass was celebrated by Rev. C.F. Broermann, pastor of the church and assisting him were Rev. Rudolph Stolz and Rev. I.C. Weis as deacon and sub-deacon. The church auditorium was entirely filled with relatives and friends of the young couple.

The bride wore a gown of white satin and carried a bouquet of bride's roses. Her veil was held in place by a wreath of orange blossoms. Attending her were Miss Mary Bordenlenger of Valley, Neb., and Miss Mary Pfreifer of Fort Crook. The bridesmaids wore orange and green georgette gowns and carried bouquets. Josephine Ortman of Omaha and Edward Rademacher attended the bridegroom.

Clemens Kreifels, nephew of the bride, carried the ring and little Miss Constance Francois served as flower girl. The church choir sang Leonard's mass and Mrs. William Rabhon presided at the organ.

The bride was educated in St. Joseph's schools and for the last few years has been assisting her mother with household duties. Mr. Rademacher is a prosperous young farmer. His a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rademacher.

After a short motor trip the young people will live at Longmont.

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