We lack information from a few Couu-
ties to have full returns of the recent Elec-
tion—the Counties to hear from will not
make a material change, ami
now stand thus:
/•' 0 r Governor, Forsvth
Ear Congress, Gilmer
Tl»e Colton Planters of Georgia and
South-Carolina, are referred to an adver
tisement of sundry Merchants of Augusta,
inserted in this day’s Courier.
The Letter of Gov. Kent, of Mary
land, in reply to Gen. Saunders, of N. C.
will be found in this day’s paper. In the
Courier of the 8th inst. we published the
address of Gen. S., so that our readers
now have an opportunity of judging be
tween the parties.
the Counsellors bf State and ministry had
been summoned to Si. Il-defonso in con
sequence of Mr. La ml) having demanded
some explanation as to the importance of
the disturbances in Catalonia and the men-
ti ncture as solemn as a Gothic tem- ! sures taken by tbe Government to prevent
em, and trout a determination t » act
cisively with regard to Portugal,
object ot tlip Council was to concoct an
answer for Mr. Lamb, and to regulate the
number of troops to be sent against P»o-
Tbe disturbances in Catalonia were
increasing, and according to the
We believe the public will agree with
us, when they have read Mr. Eaton’s Let-
ter, that lie had nothing new to say ; and
moreover, like a great many others, that
he continued to write after hr, was dune.
That such loose surmises, such insinua
tions, such careless chit-chat, und childish
incidents, should employ the thoughts
of our great men, is mortifying to every
one who is solicitous about the aspect
which his country presents to the world.
For instance, Mr. Eaton builds a grave
super ' ~
pie, upon tbe circumstance of Mr. Clay’s
passing not far from Gen. Jackson without
perceiving and speaking to him, until
something roused him from his reverie
and rendered him attentive to the objects j
by which lie was surrounded. Wouldit not :
have done Mr. Eaton nwe credit to have |
believed, that his '
ed and pondering on the mighty
which were the source of his daily medi
tations ] Were there no circumstances in tory on the 17 of Julv over
Mr. Clay’s life, which would warrant the
supposition that his anxious thoughts were
still laboring in the cause of bis adopted
children, the South American Republics?
Were not the sufferings of unhappy Creece
still struggling in agony beiore him, suffi
cient to absorb all consideration of minor
concern ! Or, if you please, he was weigh
ing the importance of the great decision
winch he was soon to make between the
two leading candidates, whose talents
were, in future, to sway the destinies of
his country. Is this the more probable,
or Mr. Eaton’s great conclusion, that he
hud, in a meeting of the Kentucky dele
gation, determined to vote against Gen.
Jackson, and therefore did not wish to
speak to him( By tin 1 by, the meeting
of the Kentucky delegation is spoken of
by Mr. Eaton as a very uncommon thing
—such a tlnng never happened before or
since at V\ as’mngton; and some nameless i
somebody, the author of the East Room ■
Letter for,aught we know, told him (Mr. !
E.) that he was told that thryh <d a moet-
THREE DAYS LATER.
.YEW YORK, OCT. S
The ship Antioch, Capt. Rich, a new
ship, on her first Voyage, arrived ai tins
port yesterday afternoon, from Liverpool
whence she sailed on the 4:li til*. The,
editors of the Gazette are indebted to Cap-
lain Rich for a Liverpool paper of the
4th, and the London Morning Chronicle
of the 3d tilt, from whence they have ex
tracted every tiling of moment. The. ar
rangements for the New Ministry were in
a (air way ofsoon being brought to a close.
Mr. Ilerries had an audience with the
King on the 1st, and was offered the office
of Chancellor of the Exchequer, which it
was understood he had consented to ac
cept. Lord Laudsdmvn also wailed on
the King on the 1st, and the result of his
audience was very satisfactory. A coun
cil was to be held at Windsor on the 3d,
to be attended by Mr. Huskisson, Mr.
Merries and Mr. Charles Grant, for
the purpose of receiving respectively
the appointments of Colonial Secretary,
Chancellor of the Exchequer, and Presi
dent of the Board of Trade and Treasury
of the Navy.
The Morning Chronicle in reference to
this subject says, “ His Majesty is under
stood to have displayed throughout, the ut
most anxiety to prevent whatever might
have a tendency to produce disunion, and
thus endanger the existence of the admin
istration- Those who have founded their i P e PPf>
hopes of returning to power on anv sup
pose 1 partiality on the pari of his Majes
ty, for one part of the Cabinet more titan
another, will be mortified to loam that his
Majesty again and again expressed his
wish to perpetuate the liberal policy on
which the administration has lately been
A private letter from Madrid published
in Paris Constiiu'ionel, mentions that
Santee, and Maine,
Bagging, (42 inch)
Inferior, to good,'
Baltimore, Howard-st. )
Coffee—Havaua, prime, 1
Jamaica, line green,
Molasses—W. India, good,
New-Orleans, in hhds. k
Whiskey—hhd. P* nn.
Do. ' bbl.
Do. hhd. New-York
Din—Holland, Weesp’s best, Anchor,
Rum—Jamaica, (direct importation)
West India, do
New England, hhd.
OCT. 13, 1827.
21 a 25
17 a 19
9-i a 11
£3 a 25
2| a 3
150 a 5 75
14 a 15
y> a 38
32 a 33
38 a 41i
a 110 115 i
$ 15,000 Highest Prize
Union Canal Lottery,
ng will be received by Friday
PRIZE OF $15,000
Brandy—Cognac, 4th pf. (direct im.) 140 a 155 !
Iron—Russiak Sweden, pr. cwt.
Campo Segrado, it would require six
r<’at mind was abstract- ! thousand men to prevent the insurrection
hemes I fro " i ' spreading.
The Riisiiin forces, under General
Packewitsch obtained a considerable vic
on the banks of the Araxes. The latter
lost 400 killed, 160 pr isoners and two stan
dards ; the Eusians had 9 killed and 29
Billings’ Liverpool Advertiser, of the
4 : h, says : “ The Saies of Cotton on Sa
turday and to-day, Monday, amount to
about 2500 hags to the trade, at previous
prices. Th e market continues fiat.”
r l lie Constitutional Charter for Greece,
which has just been published, provides
for the free exercise ol religion, and equal
protection for every person, whatever his
mode of worship; the state of Greece is
to he divided into provinces. It admits
the sovereign rights of the Hellenists,
whether born in Greece, or a foreign
country of a Hellenian father, provided
they come and reside in Greece. Torture
and confiscation of property are abolished.
It prohibits slavery of all kinds—the de
tention of any person in prison more than
24 hours without the cause of his arrest
| being made known to him—guarantees
I the freedom of the press. The sovereign
| power of the nation is to he divided into
j three--Legislative, Executive, & Judicial.
Napoleon's Fart well to his Guard.—
| Napoleon having now resigned himself to
I his fate, whether for good orevil, ttrfepar?
mg, and tluR Mr. Chv had there begged j e d on the 20tb April, to depart for his
110 a 125
32 a 34
40 a 4-5
■34 a 44
18 a 20
8 a 12i
10 a 11
97 a 10
Sugar.—Masco Jam. fine (declining) 10( n 11*
Do. -it. Croix,
Do. Ha vann?,
Loaf Sugar, refined (declining)
Sail—Liverpool, coarse (bags of)
4 bushels,) <
Do. in Iin'k.
_ 9 a JO
8.7 a 9
N. B. MOORE,
Ao. 202 Broad-Street.
. Offers for Sale the following Articles, of the
^ CHCICH^ HINDS,
For the use of Families, on reasonable term
Gunpowder, Imperial, Powchong, Souchon
Hvsoii, Young yson.
Jamaica, Cuba. Old Java
Boston No. 1.
Treble Refined Loaf, Double di. do., Single 1
do. do.. Lump'., White Havana do., Brown Ja
maica do., Muscovado
Mace; Nutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon, Cnssia, ’
Black Popp r (ground.) do. do. (whole.) Cayenne j
1 epper, Pimento, Jamaica Ginger.
_^ ^it e Spark Champaign. Old Madeira, Sherrv,
Sicily .Madeira, Malaga Sherry, Teuerifle, Claret
Old Port. i
Old Cognac Brandy. Bordeaux do., Holland i
Gin, Jamaica Rum. Pea. h Brandy, Motiongaheia ^
and itish \\ hiskey. Northern do
London Biown Stout, do. do. Porter
Double Gloster, Northern.
Creine de Noyeau, Parfait Amour, Ore me de 1
Auuisctle Sutfin, Huile de Rose.
BY \YM. HENRY EGAN.
: TO-MORROW, the 19th
ft. at 11 o'clock, a
1 Colton Range. next door above jltttrs
Lrewiter Jf PrtscoEs Store,
A V ENTIRE STOCK OF
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE, 1 j
Kill be positively sold without the least restm-,
Feather Beds and Aiattrasses
BodstCMiU and Cribs
Dining and Tea Tables. Sideboard
Andirons Shovels and Tongs
Bureau. Chairs. Venitian Blinds
8ofa. l enders. Looking Glasses
Pavilions. Toilot Tables
Pictures and Maps
( hina Tea Service, Dinuer Service
Plated and Brass Candlesticks
frays. Bedding, with the usual number of Ci
Terms Cash. wL
At 12 o'clock, sundry articles of
rickets§3,Halves $2 30, Quarters^! 25
Fortunate Lottcrif Offlc.,
No. 241 Broad-st Augusta
Spit mlid Drawing.
8 a 94
H y. prime Northera.
T.ir Wiimji g-*on.
®1 3-4 a 1
( urpen’ine— V V 1 iLuington, hard,
D'i d» soft,
White Pin- Beards, clear,
2 3-8 ,
Pii' h Pine Boards,
5? t 55
Maryland Literature Loiterv,
Was Drawn in Baltimore Yeslerdav; and the
drawing will he received on Friday the 26th.
1 Prize of $'20,000
1 „ „ 10,000
10 „ „ 2,000
And many other considerable Prizes.
Tickets .$5, H lives 02 50, Quarters $1 25
Oct. IS It
Muscatel Raisins French Primes, Turkey Figs,
Zante Currants, Fr. Soft Shell Almonds
1 < vcelleut Family Horse, gentle in Harness.
1 good Work House.
October 18 It • -
French Olives, do. Capers, Walnuts, Onions,
Do. do. No.
Pork—New York Inspection Mess,
Do. Now Orleans Inspection,
Mackarel—No. 1.( „ )
No. 2.7 , Bosto " (
No. 3.1 I,ls P e( ' tI0!1 ^
N. Carolina State Bank Bills, 34 4 per e( His.
Newbera and Cape Fear do. 4,f 5 per ot His.
Geor S' a , do. 1 a 1.4 per ctdis,
7j a 8
Ifi a 18
31 a 34
Cotton Bacffms: and «\ai\s.
them not to desert him! Mr Eaton and
others of 1 lit™ same school are very fond
‘.if ilie authority of “respectable” corres
pondents : they are convenient person-
ages. We shall soon have recourse a wain
lo our old friend, “ the Man in the Moon.”
We have nearly exhausted his l ist letter,
but his broad phiz peers over a vast por
tion ol both land and'water, and sees as
many of those tilings, which are not to be
seen, as any other person. We expect to
hear from him shortly, when this matter
shall be made as plain as the dog stand
ing' at the old gemleman’s feet.
The Kentucky papers received by last
evening’s mail, brought ns the unpleasant ! Lave
intelligence of the death of Doct. Young,
one ol the Representatives in Congress
from Kentucky. He died on the 19;h ult.
alter a few days ol painful illness, regret
ted by all who knew him. Doct. Young
was re-elected in August last, as a friend
of the Administration —Alex. Gaz.
place of retreat. But first he had the
painful task of bidding farewell to the bo
dy in the universe most attached to h m
and to which he was probably most ai-
tnched—his celebrated Imperial Guard.
Such oftheni as could be coilec.ed were
brought out before him in review. Some
natural tears dropped from his eves, and
his features had the marks of strong emo
tion while reviewing, for the last time, as
he must have ihen thought likely, the com
panions of so many victories. He ad
vanced lo them on horse back, dismount
ed, and took his solemn leave. ‘ All
Europe,’ he said, “ had armed against
him; France herself had deserted him,
and chosen anoihor dynasty. He might,
he said, ‘ have maintained with his sol
diers a civil war for years, but it would
rendered France unhappy. Be
Blank Checks on tae
Bank of Augusta, for sale at this
Pieces Prime Hemp Bagging, 42 inch,
100 Casks Cut Nails, assoited,
FOR SALE EY
October IS 47 2m
Salmon, Mess Shad, Mackerel, Nos. 1, 2 k. 3. !
Sounds and Tong’ll s. Smoked Beef, ditto !
Tongues, Pickled do. Butter Crackers, Water do. ;
1 inest Salad Oil. \Y bite Wine Vinegar, Ciller do. j
Best Loud -u Mustard, Spanish Segars, Velve. i
1 oiks. Demijohns, Wine Bottles by the gross, !
Porter do., Cavendish Tobacco, F.oraliaid’s Cut !
do.. Rappee ami Macaboy - Snuff! Spin. Candles. I
White Soap, Biown do., Windsor do., Poland I
Starch, Superfine Four. W kite Beaus, English
Split Peas, Fine Table Salt. Saltpetre, I carlash. i
8ugat Vi lla s WUnm Ketchup, Cider in I
bbls and hexes kc. kc. kc.
\ Fresh Supply of the above articles on the
River, expected iira few days.
!O j All Orders from the Country executed at
the shortest notice.
Oct. IS 47 tf
DIMOCK Ac .MARSH,
No. IG4, Broad-Street,
«\u gust a Clothing Stove,
Have jasl received per test arrivals, a large add
splenditl assortment of
A \\yi fr ' J i>, fr - f' ^ vf 1
a ti vLt i.‘
04 BEN \PSLF.V. a Novel, by the author
- of Rraihbletve House, Ton Hill, kc. 2 vols
$2 25 rent
S VINGS BANK.
T HE Citizens ol Augusta, friendly to tl|ees
tablishment of a Savings Bank, art| re-
qui-sted to attend an adjourned meeting. at| the
city Hall, on Saturday next, the20th install, at
4 o’clock, P. M.
Checks on the North,’at
% p r . c t. premium in sums totpit
DOMESTIC & FOREIGN
100 hales Cott.m Sheetings aud Shirtings,
20 bales Stripes and Plaids,
10 do prime Negro Cloth,
6 cases Satinetts, blue and blue mixtures,
2 b. les l ickings,
4 ca?es blue Cloths ; a few pieces extra-fine,
12 bales London Duffii, Point, and Rose Blan
8 do red and white Flannels,
10 cases Prints, n»>w anu handsome style,
2 do Linens; 1 case Ginghams, new style,
1 do Verona Handkerchiefs,
1 do Brown Linens.
1 bale Cassimeie Shawls,
2 cases Sea Island Shirtings,
4 bales Bockings,
1 case Tartan Plairis.
Boinbazeits, Choppas, Black Silk Handker
chiefs. Hosiery, Gloves, Sewing Silk, Threads,
kc. &lc. kc. for sale by
October 18 47 2m
THE am RICAN SHOOTER’S MANUAL,
l PERI INK Blue Black, Olive and Clnief
colored Frock Coats.
Blue, Black, Claret und Olive colored Dre-r
Blue. Green, Steel Mixed, kc. kc. Coatees,
'due. Black and Fancy coloied Pantaloons,
Satinett Pantaloons, some very fine,
Black eiilk. Velvet, loielnctt. Valencia.
down k other Fancy Vests, handsome P,
Blue and Black Cloth ditto
: Plain and f illed Linen Shirts,
Cotton and Flannel. do.
Cotton and Flannel Drawers,
Flannel S irts.
Cravats, different Patterns,
Plaid and Camlet Cloaks.
1 vol. §1
. TWO HUNDRED AND MNE-DAYS, ora
Journal of a Traveller on the Continent, by J. J.
Ho<rg. ;> vols. St’2 00.
i HE GUARDS, a Novel, 2 vols $2 25 cts.
A few more copies LIFE OT NAPOLEON,
bv the Author of Waverly, just received and for
*“ :t> THUS. BASINGER,
October F8 47 2t
A large assortment of'
Remodx Vov latempcvanee.
fg 'H E Subscriber, on the decease of the late
Dr Win. Chambers, took into his posses-
personal esLate of-ihe ileceased, and
Besiiles other articles too numerous to mention
Those’ customers who have patronized the estab-
'ishment. are invited to continue as they have
and always will find their garments well made,
and of the best materials, and as low as can be'
aff-.rded in tbe Southern Market.
Transient customers are ako invited to cali
and judge for thorns Ives.
ARIEL CiiOK. Agent.
October 11 4.*, ‘
FOR SALE BY
BEERS, BOOTH & Si
October 18 4
NEW FALL GOOD
*¥ * -
Has just received, direct rmn New-York, a la
Winch are offered at low prices
N-<. 1/5 Broad-streeii
October 18 47
Shoes and Colton Cards.
JL sP'sew PACKAGES SHOES, comprising a
complete assortment; among which are three
thousand pair as prime Brogans and Negro
Shoes, as are in the market.
40 Boxl-s Whittemore’s Cotton Cards, No. 8 k 10
FOR SALE BV
Oct. IS 47 2m
T HE Subscriber has just returned to town.
and occupies the same house (in Green-st '
as formerly, n - -— ■ '
C ’ U1 accommodate a few tnor-
Boarders, either with rooms or as dav boarders
I laitlilul, ho continued (and (lie words were
remarkable,) “ to the uew sovereign whom
France has chosen. Do not lament my
(ale—I will always be happy while I know
you are so. I could have died—nothing
was easier—but I will always follow the
road of honor. I will record with mv
“ ( : pen the deeds we have done together—I
It is reported in Canada that a discovery | cannot embrace you all, but f embrace
has been made, that lour men who had y,,m- general. (He pressed the general
found a silver mine in the Upper Province, - -
have worked it for ihe two
with profit and advantage. Three of them
are said to be Americans, and one an Eng
lishman; and the secret was divulged in
lo his bosom.) “ Bring hither the eagle,”
past years, —j ie embraceii the sta <dard, and con
cluded—“ Beloved Eagle, may the kisses
I bestow on you lung resound in the hearts
of the brave ! Adieu, my children—adieu
Consequence ol a dispute between the my brave companions, surround me once
parties. - — - - -
more—Adieu !” Drowned in grief, the
. .. t j veteran Soldiers heard the farewell of
. o i 1 Correspondent.—A gentleman j their dethroned leader—sighs and mar
at Paris writing a few days since to a lady
at St. I etersburg thus commenced his let-
1er : Madam, I should apologize for wri
ting to you in my shirt sleeves:byt the aitu Tlu .,u
weather has been so excessively hot, that I ^ to necessity—fico?* Napoleon.
have been under the necessity of tucking —
them up.—Le Furet.
mers broke from their ranks, but the emo
tion burst out in no threats or remonstran
ces.' They appeared resigned to the loss
of their general, and to yield like him,
Hydrophobia.—There seems to be
some secret connexion between a humid
atmosphere aud this tremendious maladv;
lor in the Arabian desert, where no dew
lolls, notwithstanding the intolerable heat,
animals have never been known to grow
Grain.—“All sorts of grain ought to be
cut, whenever the straw immediately below
the ear is so dry, on twistiDg it, no juice
can be expressed; for then tbe grain can
not improve, as the circulation of the juices
to the ear is stopped. It matters not that
the stalk below is green. Every hour
that the grain stands uncut, after passing
this stage, is attended with \oss."~Sinclair.
yjggfy- 1 Tlfe undersigned have
formed a Partnership under the
firm of A. B. k IV. LONGSTREET. Their Of
fice is over the Store of Messrs. Win. H. Moreau
k. Co. No. 208 Broaa-street.
AUGUSTUS B. LONGSTREET.
Octobci 18 47 i m
’4 4 II. LI AM ROBINSON k THOMAS TAY-
v’ LOR. have formed a connexion in busi
ness, under the firm of THOMAS TAYLOR &
Co , in neon, Geo. where they are now open
ins a handsome assortment of Merchandize,
which they offer for saie on liberal terms.
October 18 ,7 2m
and Members of the different Volunteer Corps
attached to the 10th Regiment, are requested to
j attend an adjourned meeting, to be held in the
j Superior Court Room, Citv Hall, on Friday, the
] 19th inst. at 7 o’clock. P. M.
By order <f the Chairman.
1 a meeting of sundry Merchants of Angus- ’ Oct. 18 It
To ihe Planters of Georgia and j
Premiums should be awarded for the best loads
of Upland Cotton, which may be exhibited in
this place, on Broad-street, opposite the Banks,
tetween M In tosh and Jackson-streets, on the
Wth day of December next, at 10 o'clock, as fol-
For the best load ol not less than seven bales,
being a.t the time of exhibition the property of
the Planter in whose name it mav be exhibited,
and of his crop, a premium of 75 dollars.
1 or the second best load of not less than seven
bales, a premium of 50dollars
1 or the third best load of not less Ilian seven
bales, a premium of25 dollars.
1 lie following persons were appointed to judge
on the occasion :
found prej ared a large quantity of Doctor Cham-
4>ers’ remedy for intemperance.
He hereby informs the public, that he has dis
posed ofall tiie Medicine so found, to Dr. James
H. Hart, and Mr. Andrew M. Fanning, of this
c : ty.
In making this disposition, the subscriber has
been actuated by a due regard to the interest of
the heirs of the intestate, as well as from a wish
to give the m..st extensile use to the virtues of the
discovery, whatever they may be—and lie can
further add with confidence, that the gentlemen
who will hereafter be the venders of the remedy
for Intemperance, as prepared by the Inventor,
have been intimately connected with Dr. Cham
bers iii his lite time—have been his agents in com
| pounding the medicine, and are acquainted with
Silvanus Miller, Public Administrator, kc.
O'The medicine will hereafter be prepared
and soid by the subscribers?, who alone are in
possession of the original Keceipe of the inven
tor, ai the office of the late Dr. C. in the baseni- nt
story of Rutgers’s Medical College in Duane
street, east side of Broadway, and at the Medical
store of Dr. Hart, corner of. Broad-way aud
( hamber street, 3 doors from Washington Hall,
The astonishing success whicli this rem-dy has
obtained in restoring habitual inebriates lo so-
hriety, has established its virtues beyond all con
tra fiction, and supersedes the necessity of any
Ihe remedy is as innocent os it is effectual; so
much so, that it is often given to children in fe
brile complaints, and frequently,used as a family
medicine for Dyspepsia, see. All that is required,
to ensure its specific effect is to abide strictly bv
the directions. It is put up in packages sufficient
for one individual cure, aud accompanied with
ampte directions for its use. signed in the hand-
wiitingofthe subscribers, without which none
are genuine. We are induced to adopt this mea
sure, as in consequence of the grpat cefebritv
whieh Dr. Chambers’ "medicine lias obtained,
there have been, and doubtless w ill b
rious imitations. On enclosing to us ihe usual
price, §5. postage paid, the medicine can be sent
Bids. Philadelphia Superfine ffe.-ft
ELOl’R. of excellent quality, just received aud
for sale bv
T he subscriber, thankfui for the patronage
extended to him, begs leave tr, tender hi •
services lo bis ft lends and the public in the above
business ; and by prompt attention to the saiw*.
hopes to meet with a continuance of their favors
Advances will he.made on Cotton stored when
required, and all Cotton from the country In-
suvedfree ol expense to the planter or merchant.
Augusta, Sept. 13 37
ID' The Editors of the Georgia Journal and
Statesman and Patriot, will publish the above
six times each, and forward their accounts to the
Georgia Courier Office for collection.
100 BARRELS WHISKEY,
I’OR SALE BY
October J1 45 3c”
W MLL still he continued, by the undersigned,-
at the. central, convenient and^well
known establishment, first above ihe “ Ea<4t-
Taveru”—Where he solicit* a cont-nuatioii °of
that liberal patronage which he hAs heretofore
received. Insurance will be effected on all sp -
ci-s of merchandise committed to his charge, at
the lowest possible rates, if it be desired and a
request made to that effect.
lie I obacco Inspection will
many sp.,- | a Ko be kept up at this house, and mv country
friends. (Tobacco growers especially,) would d'o
• , .well to he particular to enquire for “ Shelto,.’
jy ma,t ; T?.those who are jmab’e to pay^on ! Ware-House,” where they will at all times
personal application of the individual at our office, | the highest market prices for ail Toh-w-™ ;
the medicine will be administered gratis. 1 11 «- ^ tobacco m
JAMES H. H ART. M. D,
A. M. FANNING.
Successors to W. Chambers.
The above valuable article, is for sale by
R. 15. IIAVI LAND & Co. Agents.
October 18 47 3in
specteii by him.
Nfew .Fall avu\ Winter
A. B. WALKER,
T. G. CASEY,
BIT’ Editors of newspapers in Georgia and So.
Carolina, friendly to the above object, will please
give this a few insertions.
Oct. 10 47
\22nd District G.
^ PPEAR on your Parade Ground, in front
No 210, Broad-Street.
JNFORMS his friends and the public, that he
i« now opening a large quantify of fresh im
ported ft ! comprising as complete an
assoitinent of Staple and Fancy Fabrics as was
ever offered in this city; nil of which will be
sold for cash or city acceptances, by wholesale
of the Western Hotel. Green-street, on Sst- or re,a ‘b ,,D an y credit not exceeding 12 months.
atas low prices as can be bought in tbe Southern
Offers his services folds friends and the public in
general, to transact the
H E has taken the Ware-House lately occupi
ed by HOL1 k H ARE, on Wasbington-
a treet, not far from the Mansi ot-House, conveni
ently situated for the Trade that comes j n on the
Savanu th. Louisville, and the new Miiledeevil!
Roads, ft■» w.__ xi -* - , 6
turday next. 2ist inst. at 10 o’cloek, A. M. arm
ed aud equipped as the law directs.
By order of Capt. Parker.
FOX, o: s.
October 18 It
Neatly executed at this Office.
BUSHELS Liverpool ground 1
200 Pieces Baltic Hemp Bagging,
VR SALE BY
AUSTIN R. GORDON,
PRIME HAMS, 4
200 do shoulders,
10,000 lbs. do MIDDLINGS, au’l
50 kegs LARD, for sale bv
Augusta, Sept 27 41 8tis -
The Ware-House is thought, from it-
location, to be safe from Fire, which is doubtless
an object of importance to Planters wlm store
Cotton. Every attention shall be paid to the in
terest of lho-e who place thejr Cotton or other
property in his care, and the most reasonab'e
charges made on all business. Advances will b«
made on Cotton « he,, required. Goods will be
bought and furnished to bis customers on the
most liberal terms, as advances on Cotton stored
' September 3 34 2m
v °* T, ’ e G yygia Journal and Washington
News, w,II pwWish the above far two months, and
to 1 ward their accounts for settlement.
ft?" Mr. Abner Washburn, jr.
'* ." u, * ,or ' ze 'l Agent, during ny absence iron
this City. y § WARNER
August 36 S3 tf >;