|0 DC CjeClfH J uJV iw* «
(he principle of the United States.
“ The Congress have fixed the callinc
“VVe have news up to the lOth July
from Bogota, which states that the extra
ordinary powers of Bolivar have been re
voked and every disposition exist to resist
the Bolivian party, if hostile to the Consti
tution. Bolivar from the last accounts, was
at Carthagena with 6000 troops, and Ut-
danita from Maracaibo at Cucuta, with
2000 more. I cannot believe there is a dis
position to create an internal war, yet by
many it is believed that Bolivar s views
have been to subvert the Constitution and
establish a Government of more consoli
dated powers. This department appears
?.o be decidedly for a confederacy of states
ofa general Convention for March next,
to endeavor, if an open rupture should not
previously take place, to settle all the dif
ference of the country. Report says that
the Liberator is much displeased at the
Congress, and was determined to march
against it, in consecuence of their order to
the citizens of Colombia not to obey any
other authority than the orders and laws of
Congress. A proclamation to this effect
has been made in Maracaibo. I cannot
believe that Bolivar, with hostile inten
tions, will oppose the -Congress. Various
reports for some months have been in cir
culation of the supnosed or intended inter
ference of Great Britain in the political
affairs of this country. I must corfess,
suspicions-are pretty strong, yet if it is so
'it is confined to diplomatic circles. Manv
circumstances would induce a belief that
she wished a controlling influence on the
Main, and the position of her Island set
tlements and the immense fortifications
now building upon the Island of Curacoa,
supposed to be done bv British funds and
under British orders, squints a little to
wards one day or other saying to the in
habitants of the Main, you must only, by
my permission, cultivate tbe earth, or
spread your canvas upon the seas.”
MONDAY, SEPT. 24, 1827.
The public attention is not sufficiently
•attracted to the advantages to be enjoyed
by the poorer portion of our fellow-citi
zens at our Free School. Here the ele
ments of a good English education ate
-obtained “ without money and without
price.” Every individual in tbe commu
nity should make it his business with his
poor neighbors to induce them to send
‘theirchildren to School, and not suffer
them to grow up in idleness, vice and
ignorance. A l that their parents have to
Jo is to send them—they are furnished at
the School room with every requisite con
venience for their increase in knowledge
ind virtue. Connected with the facility
of general information, stands the dura-
bii^‘v of our republican institutions, and
•ritli those who are duly impressed with
the indissolubility of this connexion, we
can add no force to the maxim, that “ in
telligence is the life of liberty.”
/ A vessel is soon to be fitted out in Bal-
r.rnore to carry Mr. Reynolds the disciple
of Captain Symmes, into the hollow
spheres, whose entrance he expects to find
near the Antarctic Pole. We hope he
may find, without breaking his connection
with the earth, a better world than this to
reward his todsiand ingenuity.
We cannot furnish sentiments more
completely in unison with our o""n, nor
clothe them in more intelligible or ele
gant language, than will be found in the
lollowing; and therefore with pleasure
give them the place usually occupied by
our hurried and crude conceptions:—
[From the Yorkville “ People’s Advocate,’’ Sept. 13 ]
We have this week transferred to our
columns, from the Richmopd Enquirer, a
letter from Mr. Noah Z<me, who, our rea
ders will remember, was the medium thro’
which the letter of Gen. Jackson in expla
nation of the original statement of Mr.
Beverly, was brought before Mr. Clay.—
We publish this letter as a document con
nected with the subject which lias furnish
ed an infinite vari *ty of commentary to
the opposing presses of the Union, and
upon which-the cause of the Presidential
incumbent and that of his rival are L>\ most
cerefy that vetqi-an editors, who have once
wielded with gigantic power, from well-
earned confidence and wise moderation,
a large portion of public opinion—are now
manifestly overwhelmed with the infuriate
zeal of party feeling, and scrupulously ad
herent to the party tactics that have drilled
the whole press of the country into an un
qualified subserviency to this man or that
as a candidate for the Presidency. Ifwe
object to a politician let it be upon princi
ple—and let us decide the question by a
liberal examination of temperate argument
upon both sides and from every quarter.
Fundamental principles of policy can be
settled properly and advantageously only
by this process, andthe press of the coun
try affords the only appropriate theatre for
the controversy. How different were the
discussions—how different the combatants
of that memorable era which brought forth
our Constitution and the immortal com
mentary of Mr. Madison, Mr. Hamilton,
and Mr. Jay—from the scenes and ihe ac
tors of the present degenerate times!—
Then was the American Press the sacred
depository ofour national character—which
gave it form and splendour and triumph :
the faithful mirror that reflected upon the
vision of America and the world the noble
images of the noblest minds—the great and
sacred temple upon whose unviolated al
tar burned in purity, and under the vigil
ant guai diansbip of the incorruptible fa
thers of this republic, the vestal flame of
unregenerated liberty. Most of those po
litical High Priests have departed—for they
could not be immortal—but they breathed
their spirits into the magnificent system
they created—and shall their proximate
descendants, who are clothed with the dig
nified habiliments they resigned, so soon
forget the lessons of paternal wisdom,which
we hold in trust for future times, for our
country and mankind I
It is time we should begin to complain
—to declare our rights and maintain them.
If other journalists will sit quiet under
their infringement, we will not; we will
raise our voice, “ cry aloud” and cease not.
It is not money we want, it is cake.
We have been announcing for five months
the happy entrance into the matrimonial
state of many friends and acquaintances,
and what have we got for it? Here have
we sat in our gloomy office, and moralized
on the happiness of others. It is true,
our imagination has sometimes transported
us from our cubwebbed apartment to the
bridal hall, where mirth presided and
beauty received her honors; and in the
pleasing ecstacy we have even smacleed
our lips, wheu we beheld tbe cake, whose
pyramid rose from the table, beautiful as
Lebanon with his cedars, and the old
Madeira, which was to heighten its im
pression on the delighted palate. But
these ecstacies are poor things to live on.
Hungry or dry, we have labored in our
duli vocation, have faithfully recorded the
happiness of others, but have not tasted
a crumb or drop of the good things of the
feast. We are determined to insist on
our rights; and if people will not have
such gloomy-looky old fellows at the
wedding, we will have a taste of its good
things, or the world shall remain (for
what we care) in everlasting ignorance of
their married happiness. That the print
er shall receive, as his annunciation fee,
a hearty luncheon of the bride’s cake, is
a custom as old as the hills—the memory
of man runneth not to the contrary; and
we give our young friends notice, and the
old ones too, that we do not think this
custom is honored in the breach—that
we shall revive its force, and in future, if
there is no cake, so far as we can prevent
it, there shall be no wedding.
The Creation of Woman.—In a com
pany where the conversation happened
to turn upon the Mosaical account of the'
creation of the first woman, a lady made
the following remark:—“ The Creator
aopears in this story in the light of a mid
night robber ; he steals from Adam in his
sleep.” “ Allow me, madam,” said a
gentleman,“ to narrate an anecdote by
way of argument against your objection.—
Last night, some persons broke into my
father’s house ; they carried away a bar of
silver, and left in its place a richly chased
golden vase; can we consider these men as
thieves ?” ‘‘Thieves !” exclaimed the
lady, “ no, benefactors.” “ Well, then/’
said tbe gentleman, “ in what manner
ought we to regard him who took a worth
less rib, and gave in exchange an inestima
ble treasure V*
An old Soldier who deserves Well of his country.
wife of Mr. Isaac Peck, a Revolutionary
Soldier and Pensioner, living in the neigh
boring town of Berlin, was last week safe
ly delivered of a pair of twins, who, with
their mother, we understand are doing
well. Mr. Peck has entered his seventy-
fifth year ! Ought not Congress to take
his case into consideration, and increase
his pension 1—Hartford Mercury.
The provisional government of Greece
have passed votes of thanks to the Presi
dent of the United States, the King of Ba
varia, and Mr. Eynard, for the great in
terest taken by them in the affairs of suf
07* The Friends and Acquain
tances of the late FREEMAN WALKER, Esq.
are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral,
from the residence of Mrs. George Walker, at
the Sand Hills, this afternoon, at 3 o’clock.
In Savannah, on the 16th instant, Mrs. Catha-
rise Hestf.e, wi ow of George B. McIntosh,
Esq. formerly of that place.
At his residence, in Edgefield District, 3.
Caro ina, on Thursday evening, the 20th-instant,
Mr. David Brown, a native of Irel .nd.
In Charleston, on the 10th iust. the Rev. God
frey Sheehan aged 32 years, a native of the
County of Cork, Ireland.
The name of R.
II. WILDE, Esq. having
been announced as a Can
didate for Congress without
a knowledge of existing
circumstances, it is positively withdrawn—his
friends will support Mr. Gilmer.
Sept. 24 40 2t
Negroes at Auction.
BIT LATHAM BULL.
O N the first Tuesday in October next, at the
lower Market-house, at 11 o’clock will be
A Negro Woman, a good washer, cook, &.c.
about 22 years, and her two Children, one about
4 years and the other about 1 year of a^e.
Titles warranted.—Terms at sale.
Sept. 24 40 td
The person who by
mistake, permission or oth
erwise, took from the sub-
scribers office, the first Volume
of Curran s speeches is requested to return it
and pay for this advertisement, or call and get the
other volume WM. JACK ON
Sept. 24 40 , f
NORTHERN 1 HOXUES.
A pair of well matched
A first rate Northern Gig and Saddle HORSE,
warranted sound, and can be highly recommend
A light DEARBORN, of Brewster’s manufac
ture, and a first late new GIG, made by Camp-
field. —Apply to
N. B. MOORE,
No. 202 Broad-street.
Sept. 24 Jt
To be drawn on ’WEDNESDAY, the 26th inst.;
and the drawing may be expected cn SATUR
DAY, the 6th October.
Highest Prize $20,000
Ol 4r Peach Brandy, Mononga-
hcla Whiskey, Spc.
landing from steam-boats commerce
30 Boxes Claret Wine,
6 Half Pipes do.
10 Bh!s. Double Refined Sugar,
65 Kegs Spiced Salmon,
‘12 Boxes Brandy Fruits
15 do. Capers and Olives-
10 do. London Pickles, (assorted)
12 Hampers French Cordials,
10 Boxes West India, do
3 Pipes Holland Gin,
2 do Otards Brandv
50 Half Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel,
30 Bbls, Newark Cider,
60 Boxes Crab, do. (equal to Champaigne,)
20 Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel,
10 Casks London Porter, kc. kc.
60 Five Gallon Demijohns,
10 Hampers Wine and Potter Bottles,
15 Boxes white and Brown Soap,
20 M. Superior Spanish Segajs.
TOGETHER WITH A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Of the Choicest Kinds, and on fair terms,
For Sdte by
N. BYRAM MOORE,
No. 202, Broad-Street.
June 7 10 tf
W ■ -
T HE Snbsc.
publ.V^i <-(. ; _' ; ts* ;
above business. ' •
<pd to customers, arc. • .
interests, he ho;;es to merits s:,
A >igust a; Bept. 20
T HE subscriber, thn ikfui for the patronage
extended to him. begs leave to tender his
, services to his friends and the public hi the above
i business; and by prompt attention to the same
i ho P < \* ,0 OTCe * "'»*» a continuance of their favors!
I Advances will be made on Cotton stored when
required, and all Cotton from the countrv In
sured free of expense to the planter or merchant
Augusta, Sept. 13 37
it? The Editors of the Georgia loanin' and
Statesman and Patriot, will publish the above-
six times each, and forward their accounts to the
Georgia Courier Office for colVction.
T HIS Institution will ren -w its operations on
Monday next, the 1st October.
Pay Scholars received as usual, at $3 per
quarter, payable in advance.
Sept 24 40 3t
ESFECTFULLY informs her friends and
the public, that she will continue her School
on the first Monday in October, in the • ouse
situated between Mrs. Martin’s and the Cit,
Hall, on Green-street, for the instruction of
youiE Ladies in the English and French langua
ges, Drawing a::d Painting, &c.
Sept 24 40 3t
. , 30
Police Ojficc.-^A black man named
Joseph Baird, was arrested yesterday as
a fugitive from justice in the state of Geor
gia, on a requisition made by Governor
Troup of that State. He had brought
with him two small girls, slaves, who were
also taken, and are with him, now in
custody.-—N. Y. American.
Three or four Kentucky papers, receiv
ed bv the last mail, contain a list of the
the Slate Legislature, and agree that in
both Houses the Administration has a
Mrs. Adam Hutchison’s
W ILL be opened on Broad-street, a few
doors above Doctor Wravs, at the house
formerly occupied by Judge Wilson, on the first
Monday of October
Mrs. H. will be happy to give private instruc-
t ons in Composition, and the higher branches of
Education, to young Ladies who desire to devote
a portion of their time to mental improvement
Instructions also given in Drawing and Paint
ing, in Plain and Ornamental Needle Work.
Terms of admission made known at the School
persons m i le to turn. We do it also in majority. In the Senate the members
iustice to Mr. Zane, and in obedience to
the determination, from which no puerile
direar, no malignant aspersion no contemp
tible sarcasm, no favouritism to individuals
or to parties shall ever cause us to retreat.
e have heretofore, and shall surely con
tinue to publish whatever we believe will
nfi rd useful materials for a fair and im-
.lartial decision upon political subjects to
those who may look to us for such infor
mation, or who may be benefited by our
labours in relation to these matters. If we
*; u " r ^is man or that for any official sta- •
tion, under political institutions, local or'
national, »e desire not to do so under the !
weak and untair advantage of
views, £nd one-sided
we established our press it was not so
much to secure currency and influence for
oui speculations as to spread before the
people, in this particular section of the
state, condensed views of ail the impor
tant subjects that legitimately come with
in the compass of a weedy journal, and
to pro.Xjjy the most judicious use we were
capable of making of whatever might flow
from sources more respectable than our-
^lves. As we have said before, we do
no; distrust the intelligence or patriotism
°f this community, and, therefore, find no
reason to exercise an ignorant and illiber-
a l and odious censorship over an instru
ment in every way so important and inval
uable os the public press. We regret sin-
are said to stand thus—for the Administrn
tion 21—for General Jackson 17; in the
House of Representatives they are thus
classed for the Administration 54—for
Genera] Jackson 45.—Nat. Journal 14th
An act has been past by the Corpora
tion of the City of Washington, creating
one hundred thousand dollars in stock,
bearing au interest of four per cent, for
the purpose of paying the Highest Prize,
which was drawn by Mr. C. Clarke, in
Gillespie’s celebrated Lottery, which the
one-sided I su P reme Court of the U. States has deci-
Wlien Corporation are bound to
The same Legislative body has passed
an act, authorising a subscription of One
Million of Dollars, to the Stock of the
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal.
We have heard of dressing flax so that
it would look like silk, but vve never be
fore heard of making silk out of tow—it
has been left for the Reverend Francis
Herron, of Pennsylvania, to perform such
a task :—
Married, on Thursday the 23d ult. by
the Rev. Francis Herron, Mr. William
Silk, to Miss Lucinda Tow, both of St.
Clair township, Pennsylvania,
Has removed to No. 307 Broad-street, in the Cen
tre Tenement of Messrs. McKenzie tf Bennock'3
Brick Stores, and continues to devote his atten
tion to the COMMISSION BUSINESS. He
is now receiving from New-York, Philadelphia,
and Boston, •
200 Pieces Hemp Bagging (42 inch 1
100 bags Coffee,
156 barrels Whiskey,
30 barrrels Dutch point Giri,
10 boxes and 12 barrels Loal'Sugar,
20 quarter casks Malaga Wine,
30 kegs Richmond No. 1 Tobacco,
10 boxes Whittemore’s No. 1 Cotton Cards,
10 barrels Linseed Oil,
100 kegs WTiite Lead,
10 bales Stripqand Plaid Domestics,
10 bales brown and black do
10 bales London Duffil and Point Blsnkets,
10 boxes Wool Hats,
15 packages Shoes, assorted,
W ith many other Goods suitable for the season,
for sale on reasonable terms.
Sept. 24 40 t f
With prizes of $12 and $6, amounting in
the whole to $12**020* all payable
in Cash. Only about one and a half blanks
to a prize.
Tickets $6—Halves $3—Quarters ^ 50
FovUmate Lottery Office,
No. 241, Broad-Street.
ft? 3 A few Chances may be had
by early application, in the UNION
Prize.—Tickets $6. Drawing will be'
received by Friday Night’s mail.
Sepi: 24 40 tf
TII£ SUBSCRIBER HAS RECEIVED A PART OF
HIS SUPPLY OF
FALL DRY GOODS: ’
Consisting of a well selected assortment of
L ONDON Duffil and Point Blankets
Sattinets, Kerseys, kc.
White and Red Flannels
Blue and White Plains, Sic. kc.
(WITH A LARGE AND HANDSOME SELECTION
Colored Plain Gros De Naples
Black, Figured and 1 lain do
With an extensive assortment of other new
and useful Goods, which are offered on fair terms
Sept. 17 38 6t
Commis#ion Bunn* as.
T HE Subscribers beg leave to tender to their i
friends and the public, a continuance of
their services in the above-mentioned line, at
their old stand.
They offer to their patrons the homage of sin
cere gratitude for past favors, and the assurance
of unremitted exertion to deserve future patron
A. SLAUGHTER k C. LABUZAN.
4 35 7ip
LEWIS F. 7. GIBSON,
OFFERS FOR SALE,
24000 Lbs. Sweedes Iron,
200 Casks Thomastown Lime,
50 Bbls. Flour,
15 BMs. Apple Brandy,
35 Kegs White Lead,
30 Boxes Raisins,
10 Quarter_Casks Wines, assorted,
10 Reams Writing Paper,
St. Croix Sugar in Hhds. and Bbls.
5 Tierces Jamaica Coffee.
July 12 19 tf
CONTINUES AT THE
I.atety erected by JOSEPH WHEELER, Esq.
near ItTieeler’s Buildings, and just below the.
upper Market House. Broad-street, and near
the Planters' Hotel, Augusta.
H E feels thankful for past favor*, and beg*
to renew the offer of his services to his
friends with the assurantb that strict regard
shall he paid to all orders he may receive, and
proper care taken of all property committed to
his charge, and punctuality shall be observed iu
all transactions of business in future.
Liberal advanc s will be made on Cotton stor
ed for sale, in Cash, or Goods, at cash rates, and
on terms as accommodating as other Ware-lious*
GThose persons indebted to
the late firm of HOLT k WARE, a ,d to the sub
scriber on former transactions, will please come
forward early this Fall and pay their debts, as
longer delay cannot be allowed.
JOHN S. HOLT.
Sc P f - 6 35 tf
Tj iHE subscriber has and will constantly keep
on hand a large assortment of Wood’s Pa
tent, the Light Scottish, and other Ploughs.
A general assortment of Agricultural Imple
ments. Next door above the Planters’ Hotel,
Sept. 24 40 3t
F OUR months after date application will be
made to the Inferior Court of Richmond
County, while sitting for Ordinary purposes, for
leave to sell filty acres of Laud, in Jones Coun
ty, adjoining land of Mr. Moore and Mr. Breed
love, d miles from Clinton, belonging to the
heirs of Littlebury W’ilson, deceased, and to be
sold for their benefit.
ELIZA WILSON, Guardian.
Sept. 24 40 tf
TN conformity to the Proclamation of his Ex-
cellency the Governor, an Election will be
holden at the Court-house, in the City of Augus
ta, on the first Monday in October next, for a
member of Congress, to fill the vacancy occasion
ed by the resignation of E. F. Tatnai.l, Esquire.
H. McTYRE, j. i. c. r. c.
V. WALKER, j. 1. c.R.c.
S. HALE, j. 1. c. r. c.
J. S. HOLT, j. 1. c. r. c.
D. BERRY", j. 1. c. b. c.
Sept. 24 40 2t
B EGS leave, most respectfully, to inform the
inhabitants of Augusta that she intends o-
peniuga MALE and FEMALE SEMINARY,
on the first day of October next, a few doors above
the upper market.
Males under ten, and Females of any age, will
be admitted. Also, a few young Ladies will be
taught Drawing and Painting on reasonable
It will be expected that Parents or Guardians,
on entering their Children, will pay in advance.
Persons living out of the city, and wist ing to
have their Children Boarded and Schooled, wi I
be well accommodated and every care taken of
their morals and be aviour. Terms will be mo
derate, and made known on application by letter
SejJt. 29 39 2t
RUSSIA & SWEDES
60 TONS Russia and Swedes IRON, for
sale on accommodating terms, for approved pi
per. KERRS Si GRAHAM.
August 2 25 tf
Respectfully inform their Friends and the Pub'
* lie in general, that their
Are now in complete order for the commencement
> of the New Year's business.
RATF.FUL for post favors, they with con-
T fidence again solicit that liberal patronage
bestowed on them the last and previous seasons
The undivided attention of each of the concern
will be exclusively devoted to the duties of (heir
business—and they wid he provided to make the
usual advances on Produce in Store.
Wm. Sims, Williams &, Co.
Augusta, August 27.1827. 32 I8t
The Rector of
the Richmond Academy,
for himself and colleagues,
tenders sincere acknowledgments for the liberal
encouragement their efforts have received during
the past ten months. Tbe regular exercises of
the Institution will be resumed on the first day of
October next. '
August 16 29 4t
One of the Tenements
in Wheeler’s Building. Also,
one of the spacious Stores in
tbe wooden building.—Eqnuire of -
Sept. 24 40 3t
At No. 115,
Corner of Broad and Cen’re-Streets,
Has just received, in addition to his former stock
2 pipes Cognac Brandy,
2 do Holland Gin,
6 qr. casks Teneriffe and Malaga Wines,
6 kegs Cordials,
20 barrels Apple Brandy,
15 do Whiskey,
14 hhds. St Croix and Orleans Sugars,
40 bags Coffee,
14 kegs Mid boxes Tobacco,
10 boxes W hittemore’s No. 10 Cotton Cards,
30 pieces 42 inch Cotton Bagging,
20 reams Letter and Writing Paper,
100 do Wrapping do
2 tierces hardware and Cutlery,
40 boxes New Northern Cheese,
3 casks do do
2000 bushels Liverpool Salt, which will be sold
low for cash'
W. A. MITCHELL.
Sept. 17 38 3t
HALL & HARDIN.
Having purchased the Slock of GROCERIES of
Mr. A. P. ROBERTSON, would again invite
the attention of their friends and the public gen
erally, at No. 154 Broad-street, where they'jn-
tend keeping a constant supply of
THEY HAVE OX HAND,
k^T. Croix and New-Orleans Sugars,
Loaf and Lump do.
White and Green Coffee,
N. E. Gin,
Canal Whiskey, superior qualitv,
Cicili and Teneriffe Wine,
Imperial Gunpowder and Hyson Teas,
Pepper and Spice,
Spanish and Common Segars,
Chewing Tobacco, of superior quality,
Sperm and Tallow Candles,
Swedes and Russia Iron,
Cotton Bagging and Sacking,
Newark Cider, suitable for bottling, kc. kc
And at No. 151, they have a general as
sortment of Seasonable
All of which is offered for sale on the most ac
June 7 10 tf *
Tim Undersigned continu ing to
carry on the
At his OLD STAND; South side Broad street,
w OLIC1TS a continuation of the patro.nt^..: of
O his friends, to whom he feels grateful for p^
favors., and assures them that his best exer
tions will be used to promote their interest i., anv
future business they may confide to his care. *
ILP Advances on Co ton stored in his Ware-
House, will be made when required, and Insur
ance against Fire to the full amount of said adi-
vances, will be made free of any charge to the
owner of the Cotton. S
JOHN C. HOLCOMBE.
S '- 6t
WHISKEY, RUM, % GIN.
Just received from New-York and Philadelphia
HHDS Rve Whiskey
10 do N.'E. Rum
30 Bbls Country Gin
20 do superior Beer. Fidler &. Taylor’s brand
20 do Newark Cider
20 Qr. Casks Sicily Madeira, Teneriffe,
Muscatel, and Malaga Wines
Muscovado Sugars, in hhds and bbls
Coffee in Bbls and bags and a general as
sortment of GROCERIES and DRY GOODS,
constantly on band, for sale on reasonable terms,
by BUGG k GREENWOOD,
224, Broad Street
February 12 77 tl
W ILL still be continued, by the undersigned,
at the central, convenient and well
known es'ablishment, first above the- A Ea-rio
Tavern” W heie he solicits a continuation ^of
that libera! patronage which he has heretofore
received. Insurance wili be effeorod on all =pe.
cies of merchandise committed to his ciiaree at
the lowest possible rates, if it be desired and a
request made to that effect.
The Tobacco Inspection will
also be kept up at this house, and my country
mends. (tobacco growers especially,) would do
welt to be particular to enquire for' “ Shelton’*
Ware-House/’ where they will at all times, get
the highest market prices for all Ti-bacco in
spected by him.
e „ Wm. B. SHELTON.
I CASTINGS POUffS.
S OME of my children found yesterday under
the House occupied by my family. Two
Ovens and Lids, and one small Skillet.’ They
were concealed in the dust, and are Apparently
new. Persons who have lately lost such arti
cles, may have them by describing the property
and paying for this advertisement. Apply to the
Subscriber, No. 323, North side of Broad-Street.
July 23 22 tf
M essrs, a. i. & g. w. huntingtcn.
W *U Act as our attorney; during our absence
from the State.
TAMPLET k ROW'AND.
Offers bis services to his friends and the public in
general, to transact the
W ARE HOUSE
H E has taken the\Vare-House lately occupi
ed by HOLT k WARE, on Washin^ton-
street, not far from tbe Mansi n-Huuse. conveni
ently situated for the Trade that comes in on the
Savann ib, Louisville, and the new Miiledgevilie
Roads. The Ware-House is thought, from its
location, to be safe from Fire, which is doubtless
en object of importance to Planters who store
Cotton. Every attention shall be paid to the in
terest of those who place tbeir Cotton or other
property in his care, and the most reasonab’e
charges made on all business. Advances will be
made on Cotton when required. Goods will btf
bought and furnished to his customers on the
for S saIe bCral ‘ ermS ’“ a,ivanc « on Cotton stored
Septembers 34 2m
O* The Georgia Journal atH Washington
News, will publish the above fir two moDths, and
forward tbetr accounts for settlement.
(£?* Mr. Abner Washburn, ip.
is my authorized Agent, during my absence torn
F- S. WARNER,
Ahgutt SO S3 tf