AUGUSTA, GEO. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. 1S27.
PUBLISHED EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY,
AT 2 !?'^fcOC3i P. I/L
A ' r Howard's Brick Building*, opposite Mr. Cumrilings'
' i,aw Bii.ildinjs, M'fntoeli Street.
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- THE MONKEY.
I dinm think, that in a 1 nature there s a
marc curiouser crature than a monkey. I
rnak this observe frae being witness to an
extroordinary event that took place in
Hamilton flirt 1 " or four days after my nev
er to be forgotten battle of too Brceks.—
Some even gaed tin?'length to say that it
was to tfiti full mair curiouser titan that
affair, in sae fir as the principle perforoi-
cr in the ae case was a rational man,
whereas in the ither he wasonlv a bit ape.
But folk may talk as they like about mon
keys and ery them d ew. for ix-ing stupid
and mischievous, 1 fac ane will no gang
that length. Whatever they mnf be on
the score of mischief, there can bh nae
doubt, that, sae fir assumption is concer
ned, they are just nncomm n ; and for wit
and fitn tliev would beat any man black
and blue. In fact, I didna think that mon-
Itevs are beasts ava. I hae a half notion
that they wore just wee hairy men that
canna, or rather winna speak, in case they
pe made to work like ither folk, instead
of loading a life of idleness.
But to 'lie point: I nnre had a monkey,
nne of the drollest looking deevils ve ever
saw. lie was gav an big for a monkev,
and was hairy a’ ovver, except his face and
bis fit hurdles, which had a degree of
bareness about them,‘and were nearly as
salt as a lady’s lonf. Weel what think ve
that I did wi’ the heastie ? Odds, man, I
dressed him like a Heeland man, and put
a kilt upon him, and a lang tailed red con*,
and a blue hannnt, which for security’s
sake I tied, woman like, helmv his chin,
wi’ twa bits of yellow ribbon. I not only
did ibis, but I learnt him to walk upon his
ava hinder legs, and to carry a stick in
his right hand when he gaed out, the bet
ter to support him in bis periginations.—
lie was for a’ the world like a wee man in
kilts—sae much sae that when Glengarrv
the g.eat 1 Iceland chieftain, wha happen
ed to be at Hamilton on a visit,to the duke
saw him hv chance, he swore hv the pow
ers, that lie was I'ke ane of the Celtic So-
cie'y, and that if I lik it he would endea
vor to get him admitted a member of that
h >i!v. i. thoc.bt at the time Glengarrv
was jo'kin, but 1 hue s : rire had glide rea
ls on.for thinking that he was in real earnest
as \ndrew Brand says that h“ & lie Celts
h ie been like to cm ane ani’her’s throat-.,
and that lie midi mean t..:s ns an affront
uporv.t!*ni. llt'osnmrver, I m inn do Glen
garry the justice tosav, that h id he got m\
Nos' y (that was his name)Jmade a member,
he wadua hue proved the least witty or
courageous of the,society, and would hae
done nae disgrace totlie chief’s recommen
But I am fleeing awa like a shuttle frar
the subject on band. Wet 1, : t turned out
in this manner, as ve shall hear. Ae af
ter noon towards the gloomin, I was obli
gated totak’a stapdomi to he cross, wi’a
web uuilei my arm, which I had finished
f r M :. Weft, the muslin manufacturer.—
Rv way . f frolic, a gavan foolish ane I al-
1 w, I brochf Nosey alang wi’ me. He
h’d on, as for ordinar’ his Heeland dress,
and walk ir behint me, w’ the bit stick in
his liantd, and his tail stickin out fra below
lus kilt, as if hr* bad been my flunky. It
was, after n,’ a queer siebt, and, as ntav
be supposed, I drew a hail! crowd of bairns
after me, bowling out. ‘Here’s Willy M’-
Gee’s monkey,’ and ga’eing him nits and
ginger-bread, and makin’ as muckle of the
crattir as could be, for Nosey was a great
favorite in the town, and every body lik it
him for lvs droll tricks and the way he
Used to grin, and dance and tumble over
his head, to amuse them.
On entering Mr. Weft’s shop, I found
it empty; there was na a leering soul
within. I supp sed he had gang out for a
licht; and being gayan familiar with him,
I took a stap ben to the backshop, leaving
Nosey in the fore ane. I sat down for
twa or three minutes, but nae body made
his appearance. At last the front door,
which I had ta’en care to shut after me,
opened and I look’t to see what it could
be, thinking that, nae doubt, it was Mr.
Weft, or his apprentice. It was neither
the ane or the ither, but a strong middle a-
ged, red faced Heelandman, wi’specks on,
and wi’ a kilt and abannet, by a’ the world
made me keep my gravity. It was plain his lost property. At this siebt I began
that Donald had ta’en Nosey for ane of! lo grew a’ ower, and now saw the need-
his ain contrymen—and the thing after a’ cessity of stapping ben, and saving my
wasna greatly to be wondered at, and that
for three reasons:
Firstly, the shop was rather darkish.
Secondly, the Heelandman had on
specks as I hae just said : and it was like
ly on this account that he was rathershort
sigh>ed ; and
employer frae fariher damage, bodily and
itherwise. Nac sooner 'had I made mv
appearance than Donald let go his grin of
Mr. Weft’s nose, and the latter, in a great
passion, cried out, ‘ William M‘Gee, I tak
ve to witness what I hae sufferit fra this j
bind thirsty Heelandman! It’s no to be j
Thirdly, Nosey, wi’ his kilt, and ban- j endured in a Christian countrv. I’ll hae !
net, and red coat, was, to a’, intents and j the law of him, that I will. I’ll lie whup- |
pm poses; as like a human creator as a j pit but I’ll hae amends, althugh it costs’
monkey could weel be. j me twenty pounds !’
Nae saoner, then, had he got the note, • ‘ What’s rhe matter ?’ quo’I, pretend-,
tnan he opened it our, and look ti ta wi’ * iog ignorance of the haill concern. 4 What, t
Ins wee glowrin’ restless een, as if to see, | in the name of Nebuchadnezzar, has set j
that it wasna a forgery. He then shook j ve thegither by the lugs?’ Then Mr. ;
his head like a doctor, when lie’s no very i Weft began his tale; how lie had been j
sure what’s wrung wi’ a person, but wants collared and weel nigh thrappled in bis,’
to mak’ it appear that he kens a’about it
—and continued in this style till the Hee-
lundman’s patience began to get exhaust
‘ Can ye no cinng the note, old shentlc-
man?’ quo’ Donald. Nosev gi’ed his head
anothet shake, and lookit uncommon
‘Is the note not goof, sir ? spqk the
Heelandman, a second time., but the cra-
ain shop ;—then the ither fauld how in !
tne first place Mr. Weft’s grandfather, as]
he ca’ed Nosey, had stolen !iis note, and i
how, in the second place, Mr. Weft him-!
sell had insulted the great grand Take ofj
A •■gyle. In a word, there was a flesperatj
kick up between them, the ane threepmg j
that he would tak the law of the ither ini-j
mediately. Na, in this respect Donald j
gaed the greatest lengths, for he swore
E A G h
QjK SlTiVSfQLDS-STIlSST, AUGUSTA.
UTTHE SL B.-jvRIBERS respectfully tender their grateful acknowledgments foi tiie liberal nat-
n^i;„ , ?w a . g !l h!,,le,t °u < i 0, l fLrred , Up0n thl take " ,is opportunity of informing their friends and the
cgrocs at Auction,
BIT I.ATHA3VI IIUIiL.
O X the first Tuesday in October next at the
lower .Market-house, at 11 o’clock, will be
! THREE NEGROES.
! A Negro Roman, a good washer, cook, Sic.
aliout 22 years, and her two Children, one about
d years and tbe other about 1 vear oTage.
Titles warranted.-—Tcims nt sale.
p lie, that their establishment having been considerably enlarged, and undergone many exten-
:'- e repairs and improvements du: ine file late summer, flier flatter them‘"Ires that it will ii w
■ them to lender every possible comfi
to favor them with their company.
rt, convenience and satisfaction, to all who 11133- he induced
tur, instead of answering him, only gi’ed j that, rather than be defeat, he wad carry 1
another of his wise shakes, as. much as to ; his cause to the House of Lads although ■
any, ‘I’m no very sure about it.’ At this i it cost him thretty pounds sterling. I now |
Donald lost temper. ‘ If the note doesna
please ye, sir,’ quo’ he, ‘111 thank ye to
gie me it back again, and I'll gang to
some ither place.’ And he stretchit out
his hand to tak hand o’t, when my frien’
wi’ the tail, lifting up his stick, lent him
sic a tvhack owe the fingers as made him
pu’ back in the twinkling of an ee.
‘ Got tamn ye auld scoundrel,’ said the
saw it vas time to put in a word.
‘ Hocts touts, gentlemen,’ quo’ I,;
‘whats the use of a’ clishmaclaver ?—|
Ye’ve baith gotten th
man ; ‘ do ve mean to tak my money frau than the twa, looking round the shop'!
me ?’ And he lif.ed up a rung big eneucht ] spied the beastie sitting upon the shelf! i
to fell a sfot, and let flee at the monkey; grinning at tiiPin, and putting out his';
but Nosey was owar quick for him, and j tongue, and wiggle waggling his walking
jumping aside, he lichted on a shelf before j stick over Ids left elbow, as if he had heen
ane could snv Jock Robinson. Ifete he J (flaying upon the fiddle. Mr. Weft at
rowed up the note like a bow in bis j this apparition set up a loud lauch ; his
hail' 1 and put into his coat pouch like- j passion left him in a moment, when he
onv rational cratur. Not only this, j saw the ridiculous mistake that the Hee-
bnt he mock it the Heelandman bv a’ 1 landman had fa’en info, and I tliorhi lie
manner of means, shooting out his I would ban bursted bis sides wi’ evendown j
tongue at him, spitting ai him, and grin- ! merriment. V first Donald I ink it des-
ning at him, wi’ his queer-and outlandisli j perare angry, and, juding frae the wav he
physiognomy. Then he would tak his ! was twisting about his mouth and rowing
tail in his twa hands, and wag i' at Donald, ; his een, I opined that he intended snni"
and sleeking his nieves, lie would seem to j deadly skaith to the monkev. Out his |
threaten him wi’a leatherin’. A’thegiih- | guile sense, of which Heejandmen are
07* The Millidgevilie and Savannah STAGE OFFICES arc
wrang sow by kept at the p \Qj p T\VFH\ ^ tire
ug, or my name’s no William M‘Gee. 1 A LKA '
I’il wager ye a penny-piece, ihat m\ mon
key Nosey is at the bottom of the bus.
find charge, as reasonable as at any similar establishment in the citv
' I [n , addl * l on‘o 'he above mentioned improvements, we will have ready by the first day of October,
•" i Me Of loUt SI ABLE on Bay-street, jnst above tbe Bridge, convenient to the river, and rapa-
1* ' >le of , hoIdl "S lll ° Hundred Horses, with a vacant adjoining ; . 0 t for their exercise. Drovers will
To lie drawn on WEDNESDAY, the 26th i r *c ,
•md :ht draw mg may be expected on SAT Lit.
DAY, the oth Otfober.
spoken the word, :
Augusta, September 3, 1827.
•Mrs. Adam Hutchison’s
ft', he was desperate impudent, and encmcl
to try tbe patience of a saunt, not to speak
<>’a het Muided Heelandman. Itwasgude
for sair een to see 'how Donald behav it
on this occasion. He raged like ane de
mented, misca’ing the monkey beyond
measure, and swearing as m<>nv Gaelic
| aitlis as niiclit hae
for a twal-month.
no a’togitlier destitute, got the better of an
anger, and lie roared and lauched like the
very mischief. Nor was this a’, for nae
sooner had he bogag to lauch, than the
monkey did the same thing, and held its
sides in precisely the same manner, imi
tating his actions, in the most amusin’ wav
orUinar man imaginable. This only set Donald a
this time, I ; lunching mair than ever, and when he
never steer’d a foot, but keep it peening j lifted up his nieve, and shook it at Nosey
tike my monkeys. Now, what think ve
Nosey was about a’ this time ? He was
sittin behind the counter upon the lang
tHree,Iiirgit stool that stood foment Mr.
M elt s desk, and was turning over the
leaves of nis ledger wi’a look which, for
auhl fashioned sagaciousness, was won
derful to behold. I was sae tickled at the
sight, that I paid na sort of attention to
the Heelandman, but continued looking
frae the back shop at Nosey, lauching a’
the time in my sleeve-—fori jealoused that
some queer scene would take place be^
tween tbe twa. And I wasna far wrang,
for the stranger, taking out a pound fra Ins
spleanchan, handed it ower to the monkev
a id speered at him, in his droll novlan de-
e fleet, if he could change a note. When
I heard this I thocht I would hae lauch-
ed outiicb ; and nathing but sheer curos-
hv to see how tbe thing would end
frae the back shop upon a’ that was gang
ing on. I was highly delighted ; and jo d-
owsing that Nosey was over supple to be
easily 7 catched, -I had nae apprehension
for the event, and remained snug in mv
birth to see the upshot.
In a short time in comes Mr. Weft, wi’a
piece of lowing paper iri his hand, that he
had got frae the next door to lichs the
"hop; and nae sooner did Donald see him
th in he ax’d him for his note.
‘ What note, honest man ?’ said Mr
‘ Got tamn,’ quo’ Donald, ‘ the note
the auld scounrel, your grandfather, stole
‘ My grandfather!’ answered the ither
wi’amazement. ‘ I am flunking, honest
man, ye line had a glass ower muckle.
My grandfather has been dead for sax
eeu years, and I ne’er beard tell till now
• bar. he was afief.’
‘ Weel, weel, thon,’ quo’ the Heeland
man, ‘ I don’t care naetliing about -it. If
lie’s no your grandfaither he’ll bo your
fait her, or your brither, or your cousin.’
‘ M v fait her, or my brither, or my cou
sin !’ repeated Mr. Weft, ‘I ruaun tell ye
.plainly, frien,’ that I hae neither faither,
nor brither, nor cousin of onv description,
on this side of the grave. I dinna under
stand ye, iionest man, but I reckon that
ye hea sat ower lang at tiie whiskey, and
tny advice to ye is to stap awa harne and
sleep it aff.’
At this speech the Heelandman last a’
patience, add lookit so awfully fairce, that
ance or twice I was on the nick of com
ing forrit and explaining how matters
really stood ; but curiosity keepit me
in a good humoured wav, what think ve
that the cratur did ? Odds man, he took
the note frae his pouch, where it lay
rowed up like a bow, and papping it at
Donald, hit him as fairly upon the nose,
as if it hae been shot out of a weel-aimcd
musket. There was nae resisting fliis.
The haill three, or rather the haill four,
f>r Nosev joined us, set up a loud lauch,
and the Ileelandman’s tvas the loudest of
a’, showing that he was really a man of
sense, and could take a joke as weel as
W hen the lauchin’ had a wee subsided,
Mr. Campbell, in order to show that he
had nae ill w ell to Mr. Weft, ax’d his par
don for die rough wiv he had treated him,
but the worthy manufacturer wadna hear
o’t. “ Hollis, man,” quo’ he, “ dinna
sav a word ab-mt it. ft’s a mistak a’
thegether, and Solomon himseJJ, ye ken,
whiles gaed wrang.” Whereupon the
Heelandman bought a Kilmarnock night
cap, price eleven pence happenny, frae
Mr. Weft, and paid him part of the very
note that brocht on the ferlv I hae just
been relating. But his guu'e* wall didna
end here, for he insisted on takin’us a’—
Nosey among the lave—to the nearest
public, where be gi’ed us a friendly glass,
and we keepit tawking about monkeys,
and whit not, in a manner at ance edifying
and amusing to hear.
A MODERN PYTHAGOREAN.
L be opened on Broad-street, a few
doors above 1) ctor Wrays, at the house
formerly occupied by Judge Wilson, ou the first
Monday of October
Mrs. 11. ill lie happy to give private instruc-
t ons in Composition, and the higher brnncli^ of
Education, to young Ladies who desire to devote j
a portion of their time to mental improvement. j
Instructions also given in Dra ,- ingand Paint j
ing. in lam and Ornamental Needle Work. |
1 Tins of admission made known at the School !
Sept. 24 40 tf
Has removed to An 307 Brom.'-slrcet. in the Cen
tre Tenement of Messrs. McKenzie Sf Bennoch's
Brick Stores, and continues to devote his atten
tion to the COMMISSION BUSINESS. He
is now receiving from Neic-York, Philadelphia,
Pieces Hemp Bagging, (42 inch. - )
100 bags Coffee,
156 ban els Whiskey,
30 ban rels Dutch Point Gin,
10 boxes and 12 barrels Loaf Sugar,
20 quarter casks Malaga Wine,
30 kegs Richmond No. i Tobacco,
10 boxes Whittemore’s No. 10 Cotton Cards
10 barrels Linseed Oil,
100 kegs White Lead,
10 bales Stripe and Plaid Domestics,
10 bales brown and bleached do
10 bales London Duffil and Point Blankets,
10 boxes Wool Hats,
15 packages Shoes, assorted,
With many other Goods suitable to the season,
for sale on reasonable terms.
Sept. 24 * 40 tf
SiS' w£S F. P. IBSOSy,
OFFERS FOR SALE,
24^ >00 l' b s- Sweedeslron,
200 Casks Tboniastown Lime,
50 Rbls. Flour.
15 Utils. Apple Brandy,
35 Kegs White Lead,
30 Boxes Raisins,
10 Quarter Casks Wines, assorted,
10 Reams W riting Paper,
St. Croix Sugar in Hhrls. and Bbls.
5 Tierces Jamaica Coffee.
Jely 12 If) tf
RUSSIA & SWEDES
TONS Russia and Swedes ITiON. for
sale on accommodating terms, for apptoved pa-
i Per. _ KERRS £1 GRAHAM,
j August 2 25 tf
tv 11.1 prizes ot ,s]J unu $b, amounting io-
tiie whole to $124,020, all payable-
in Cash. Only about one and a half blanks
to a prize.
1 iefeets §6—Halves $3—Quarters $1 5Q
Fortunate Lottevv Office,
No. 241, Bi oad-Streef.
OT" A few Chances may be bad
by early application, in the UNION
l l'ize. Tickets $6. Drawing will be
received by Friday
• u ’ nig
•got a man. - -
The name of R.
H. WILDE. Esq. having
been announced as a Can
didate for Congress without
a' knowledge of existing
chained to the back shop and I just thocht : circumstances, it is positively withdrawn—his
I would bide awee, and see how the affair 1 <n £ n<ls '' ,11 support Mr. Gilmer.
was like to end. 1 Scpt ~ 24 «0 2t
4 Pray, wha are you sir ?’ said Donald
putting his hands in his sides, and looking
through his specs upon Mr. Weft, like a
deevil in carnit. 4 Wha are you, sir, that
daur speak to me in this manner. V
Ft % ee School, j
T HIS Institution will ren-w its operations on j June 7
Monday next, the 1st October. —
Ol Patch Bra -ihj, Mononga-
liela Whiskey, Spc.
LANDING FROM STEAM-BOATS COMMERCE
3® Boxps Claret W’ine,
6 , alf Pipes do.
10 Bids. Double Refined Sugar,
65 Kegs Spiced Salmon,
12 Boxes Brandy Fruits
15 do. Capers and Olives
10 do. London Ptrkles, (assorted)
12 Hampers French Cordials.
10-Boxes West India, do
3 Pipes Holland Gin,
2 do Otards Brandy
50 Half Bbls. No. 1 Mackerel,
30 Bbls, Newark Cider,
60 Boxes Crab, do. (equal to Champaignc,) j
20 Bbls. No 1 Mackerel,
10 Casks London Porter, k.c. £:e.
60 Five Gallon Demijohns,
10 Hampers W ine and Porter Bottles,
15 Boxes white and Brown Soap,
20 M. Superior Spanish Segars.
together with a complete assortment of
Of the Choices! Kinds, and on fair terms,
For Sale hy
N. BYRAM MOORE,
No. 202, Broad-Street.
Having purchased the. Stock of GROCERIES of
Mr. A. P. ROBERTSON, would again invite
the attention of their friends and the public gen
erally. m So. 101 Broad-street, uhere they fu
tend keeping a constant supply 0j
TIIEV HAVE ON HAND,
W . .
k^T. Croix and New-Orleans Sugars.
Loaf and Lump do.
White and Green Coffee,
N. E. Gin,
Canal Whiskey, superior duality,
Cicili and Teneriffe Wine,
Impei ial Gunpowder and Hvson Teas,
Pepper and Spice,
Spanish and Common Segars,
Chewing I obaeco. ofsuperior quality,
Sjjerm and Tall ,w Candies,
Swedes and Russia Iron,
Cotton Bagging and Sacking,
Newark Cider, suitable for bottling. &c. &c
And at JVo. 151, /key have a general as
sortment of Seasonable
DRY GOODS, Gf
All of which is offered for sale on the most ac- i
WHISKEY, RUM, Jy <7/A. j f
Just received from New-York anu Philadelphia ,;
HHDS Rye Whiskey
Jn10 do jN. R. Rum * ,
30 Bbls Country Gin
20 do superior Beer, Fidler L Taylor’s brand
20 do Newark Cider
20 Qr. Casks Sicily Madeira, Teneriffe.
Muscatel, and Malaga Wines
Muscovado Sugars, in hbds and bbls
Coffee in Lbis and bags and a general as,
sortment of GROCERIES and DRY GOODS
constant.y on hand, lor sale on reasonable terms
b y BUGO i;. GREENWOOD,
224, Broad Street
February 12 77
F OUR months after date application will be
made to tbe Inferior Court op Richmond
County, whiie sitting for Ordinary purposes, fos
leave to sell fifty acres of Land, in Jones Coun
ty, adjoining land of Mr. Moore and Mr. Breed
love, 7 miles from Clinton, belonging to the
heirs of Littlebury Wilson, deceased, and to be
sold for their benefit.
ELIZA \v ILSON, Guardian.
Sept. 24 40 ti -
4 Wha am I ?’ said the ither, dropping q “ t r 24 ayable advauCe -
Pay Scholars received as usual, at $3 per ]
the remnant of the paper which was burn
ing’ close to his fingers, 4 1 am Saunders
Weft, Manufacturer in Hamilton, thats
' l ^1'* * ^ j 1 ? 1 * ti 11 o , I -l-V the public, that she will continue her School
And I am 1 onald Lampbeil, piper S ! on the first Monday in October, in the ouse
sister’s son to his Grace the great grand j 5 ‘ tuate 4 between Mrs. Martin’s and the City
Take of Argyle,’thundered out the Hee- Hali ’ - n Grcen - stree U lor the instruction of
R E5PECTIULLY informs her friends and
landmanHvi’ a voice that was fe.-’ 4 some to
4 And what about flint V quo’ Mr. Weft,
rather snappishly as I thocht. 4 If ye
were the great grand Duke of Argylehim-
sell’ as ve ca’him, I’ll not permit you to
kick up a dust m my shop.
4 \e scounrel,’ said Donald, seizing
Mr. AY eft by the throat, and shaking him
till he tottered like an aspenleaf, 4 div ye
mean to speak ill of his grace the Tuke of
Argyle ?’ And he gied him another shake
—then, laying hauled of his nose, he
swore that he would pul’t as lang as a cow’s
tail, if he didnt that instant restore him
youn^ Ladies in the English and French langua
ges. Drawing and Painting, 4tc.
Sept 24 40 St
I N 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 fili the vacancy occasion
ed by the resignation of E. F. Tatnall, Esquire.
- H. McTYRE,j. 1. c. r. c.
Y* WALKER, j. 1. c. r. c.
S. HALE, j^i. c. r7 c.
J. S. HOLT, j. 1. c. r. c.
D.'BERRY, j. 1. c. r. c.
Sept. 24 - 40 2t
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS RECEIVED A PART OF
HIS SUPPLY OF
FALL DRY 7 GOODS:
Consisting of a well selected assortment of
L ONDON Duffil and Point Blankets
Sattinets, Kerseys, &lc.
White and Red Flannels
Blue and White Plains, otc. fcc.
■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 cffercdfcn fairterms
Sept. 17 .38 fit
At No. 115,
Earner of Broad and Cen're-Streets,
Has just received, in addition to his former stock
jQ pipes Cognac Brandy,
2 do Holland Gin,
6 qr. casks Teneriffe and Malaga Wines,
6 kegs Cordials,
20 barrels Apple Brand}',
15 do \\ liiskej 7 ,
14 ! hds. St Croix and Orleans Sugars,
40 baas Coffee,
14 kegs and boxes Tobacco,
.10 boxes Whittemore’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 Cutler}-,
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
AND FOR SALE AT THE OFFICE OF THC
BLANK POWERS OF ATTORNEY',
NOTICES OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS,.
MAG1S RATE’S EXECUTIONS.
MILITIA EXECUTIONS, Jt C . kc.
July 26 o'-
S OME of my children found yesterday under
the House occupied by mv 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 ilie jiropertv
and paying for this advertisement. Apply to the
Subscriber, No. 323, North side of Broad-Street
July 23 on
ESSRS. A. I. & G. W. HUNTINGTON.
wiU act as our attorney, during our absence
from the State.
TAMP LET L ROW AND.
B EGS ie.ave, most respectfully, to inform the
inhabitants of Augusta that she intends o-
peninga MALE and FEMALE SEMINARY,
on the first day of October next, a few doors above
the upper market.
Males underten, and Females ofany age, will
be admitted. Also, a few young Ladies will be
taught Drawing aid PaintiDg 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 wisoing to
have their Children Boarded and Schooled, w i 1
be well accommodated and every care taken of
their morals and be aviour. Terms will be mo
derate, and mane known on application by letter
Sept. 2D 39 2t
F OR Sale, superfine lilour, at §6.50 per
bbl. fine do. §5,50. Apply to the subscri
ber, upper end Broad.street, near Camp field’s
R ESPECT! L LLY informs her friendsand tae
public, that on the 1st of October next, she
will open her BOARDING and DAY' SCHOOL
for YOUNG LADIES, in Ell is-st reef, the second
house from the corner of Washington-street, an.*
next floor to Mr. Mealing’s brick house.
Her course of Instruction, will be the different
branches ol anF.nglish Education, usually ta’ugh:
terms made known on application to Mrs. G
Sept. 20 32 4: