.MICM, a LUiIVUiE.
Wl 1„ lx; n >1 (lie [i t olli •; i• i M icon, I
>he tnne-l bidder, at pub ic on cry, o
Fr d,y iln* 15tli of \pil neX'. the bull'll ol
llHliil.b .cr s i ln- !><•' uli< •• river at die (dr
ol die »treel leading to th. noble square in Mi
c 1 lie iiv'i ui ■ie intended ue lias, ii is lx
licv I, a in - , firm bn, tom, die moat ol winch
li„, W ii to be o hick Ik width ai coinruon w,
ter is estimated at 250 1. et : the h. igllt id th
pe. r-. aS3 eel, the wh lc length<4 the hridg
u 4d Jj ind ih contemplated width 32 left, atom
to d i tuber may b v ry conveniently obtain
and mid gial.s on the adjoining public Land*.
'I he t>t* rs .Hid abutments to he id atotii til' - tit.
p rw o k-of a pr v il timber, aid to be ailing
|, ,| w.-«t Iter board land painted, I lie undet
tuk will hr r* <| 111 r dto give bond with ihrti
ap ,r .vr I Hi'cnr i.ri* m the stun d gJUUdO feu
tint taillllul performance of his con fact Ih
names of t fie persona offi red a-, stea dies must
be Huh nitied in the c iminissioii r» by the Bth ol
Aprils leu. rs tor tins pnrp )»e tosy he directed
to ilk c m nissioners to the cue ol Mortimer It
AVafi«, Eq. p si’ m ister, M icon. 20 per cei.l
0 t■ i* - aiiiiiunl ot die contract will he advanced,
and lurtlier adva; ces w ill lx made at the disere
lion of the emi i,.smo . i as the work progresses
A m del ■(' the oilendcd bridge and the torn
n( die co onn w'iil b ni en t ' inspection at the
ro iin over (i If s i- & ttirdsong’s store in Macon,
■i, amt I. r ilx- twent)-first ol March, until the
t me ol letting,
trehneCK are invited to prepare and furnish
in "h Is in wood on a sc de of an inch to the foot,
w.lh ace..in ia ytog ex lunations in writing—
which w li be rtciyed at the room above men
tio , d un d 1 nrHilav the 15th ot March, inclu
sive. A premium ol §IOO will he paid tor lbs
n del winch vbail be adopted as best uniting th
pr i.iei ties id cheapness, strength, durability atm
convex e ce in repairi"g.
Jauko, J. Morgan, 'j
Char ,es Bulloch, |
Mortimer It. Wallis, >»fWrs.
haniut*! (iillespie, I
A\ ilium Bivins, J
(J'jf Tile id .in ot i|ie CnnSti'n'loimfist, lilt
Colo lib a II I. cope, and the Hi.leigh Ibg'st-i,
are '(joes'id ii) mi ll the ah v until the 15c
of March, a. d forward ilnir accounts to M. II
Vi alii I. q. M c in, 1,..
, M vti I’ - b n I I "3 MAM 65
A .minisiiaior s .'..lc.
ON 'Htlur ay it iho.luv of An- I n-xl, in th
l .ant \\ rig nshornugii, fhilumbiu couie
ty, octwecn the ■> n>l fi o s I d .
NN V\V be
the whole of t . . r- na p hinging I
the tstaii ol tv I inn Mo ■ s>- 1, cousin'
ing o. Ilorsjrs If
Tl ~11 a 4 " lldAVtllf I J'tf'r.
V . n r- ’ -I I'd
.Ul'iUiM *5 rulMlf’fi ttaVvi.
i tc-.t, xBLE to an tikr obtained from tin
2 lu - .itees f die Inlermr Onud of Itutk
C u . ,w . i-• 11 i g • r On’ miry purposes,
tv ILL 15 K SOUL
at tin; Court , o door, in die I own of Waynes
b'TOUg'i. ' 'ween he usual sale hours, on ill
firs' f si(«\ i i pnl "■ \ •
All limt l,ot or Tract of Land,
lying "d ..g noe l i inly et ileniy, conui
ing .w’o mdr d wo ii I me halt teres o I,aim
in dir Ii 'li Hi ric', nuillher siXlern Sold t i
the hen 11 if ''e h ois mil rrt d'• rs ol Cm
G (Ihec, jilor. I. I Uurk County, deepa ed.
JtyliM Skutficr, . Idurr .
*i'M*r* I •!•■>-» 1 ■ * 58
Atlili nisirftlor's r ale.
Agrerah ■ >an derof tm lon.n anle Court 1 1
O I nos Warren Comte, will be sol i i i
d., )i s oesdav in Apid next, at the Cull'
li " Ml w .I', f’ ■) ,| V,
One hot of hand in the lib Dis
trie dit isto.i C n y h hmgi gto du es.a
Ot llo’lia ’ lira), dee. a and known by tb
numb, i 21 j contain ng 202 1-2 Arps
I elllt nl tab nil '<* kn< we . n tb v dae.
Amos NV right. Adm'r.
5 u. t y Bray, . dm'r.v
Janus'v 5,182 s. ' r 75
Agreeable to an . id -r . f u e 11 tuirali e the .linoi
ce» f the I ifern i’Court nl Kicnmimd County
\v .ile s.Oing lor ordtiiar; purjioses, .. i I be sol.
ill the Maik ’’ House, in die cdy o I Augusta in
tin firs 1 I oesdav in Match next, at pubdr i u cr>
All tin* NKGK'IKS, boloi.ging
to I e K* uie (li rsiiain Sedei'k dtcea.ed. t>
wit .- I‘ctef. I.uci, I tiornton, bob, Sam, Foi l
Henry a id M .n Ann
Al h" same time aol l ire, one I’rr.ck ol Land,
situate and being in the „6ih disliicl ot Early conn
ty, known as LolN . 27...
An umlivide.l par M’..ck of Land in tin
cou i’v of Greene, si uaie mi me south w est bank
ol lie Oconee It v r, —s i i for ih. betufii of U'
creditor! </f tin; said I . au
iXj'l'cnns made ku wu mi the d»v ot «ale.
Arthur .l /mi'iif/rutof f '.it i i; . c k
.1 , . 4
.A 11 at Itils 11 a till - s Uic*
W ill be S Id 11. oe ills i ueutay to April uex
ui the Court House door, m t\ - aynesbor< ugt -
Hurke County, agreeable in mi nulm ol tl.
Ho orahie the I■ t rior Court ot smd Com t
w e sitting f , or ,ia r y pil ~M . S
Two hundred and fifty Acres of
Li ■ ii, lying n ll.i first 1 1 *siru.I . M a „
ty known as I ot No luo, in the |.|a . ot said Ui
Oici. sold a« the proper i ol the estate ol Sol.
mi" Da m. I. deceased, lor the benefit of the fieii
Simeon Hampton, adm'r.
Janoari 24 ISJ.i Ur sy ■
A feVUuiUou Wauled,
I YOUNG i'ii an laiely limn K gland wonh
2* be glad to obtain a siiuttiun in some | ion
and respectable family. She has been accustom
cd t ’ cv.ti sort of work usual in lamil.es, am
would make herself very itamiil either with th.
Needl’, or in any of the depai nients.it fiou.se
keeping. Si li-'aci tv releieitccs can be made,
Enquire a' tin- (Jllice.
city lots yon s ilk.
r\N luesduy tbe 15tti of March next, at 12
t " ~M ck, will tie offered for sale, before tbe
•at Ossie, several vacai.l Lois on Hroad-fttreet,
i the upper part of the coy ot Augusta—also,
veral Lots on (be riv r, and on It ynold-slreet.
7 Eli.MS— One half cash, the ha aoce payabj.
'i the Ist day of January, 1H26, for which notes
aring interest fr m fie day of sale, at 7 per
■nt. per annum, and mortgage on the properly
• ill be required.
A plan ot (he LOTS and other terms, will be
xlnbiled on the day of sale.
E. F. Campbell.
dj’ I'he Charleston Courier, Savanmih Kcpuh
.'Can, and M be Igevdlc Journal, it is reipieate'
nay publish the af> .ve, weeklv, ’till the lime n
he proposed sal-, and forward their accounts tn
ties Office tnr payment.
r-*briivit*v H 6t t 65
i Will h“ add n i the first Tuesday In Marcli next
nt the market house, between the usual hour
One Bed, two Matrasses, one Bar
rel crockery, six Windsor Chairs, wearing ap
Two Harmonica’s in Mahogmy
ases, and a fine collection of Music, levied on a
the property of Vnn It chardson, to satisfy a fi la
i at the instance of Eliza Payne, issued from the
A. Ficquct, Sheriff, C. A.
P'brna v Id olr 68
hOli oaEE TO OR REIN i.
, ”, IIHE unexpired leuse and improvements on
JL the Lot known as the Littleman’s Garden,
situated on Bliis-Sireet, near the corner of Ccn
iic-8 rent—having ail the conveniences f r c;.r
rving on Confectionary upon a large scale, be
ud.-s an Oven, Dryhouse. Stc. There is also a
Ice House in good order, where. 15 or 18 tons u
Ice can he secured for summi r use. Tlte whole
w,lt b ; shewn by application on the premises,—
( For terms apply to
\no-iisl 10 14
‘ FiJA hAi-E.
1 LOT OF I. AND, three miles from Aitousta
» cmitaining 70 or 80 Acres, forty of whn h n
cleared and under good fence, the balance II on
(.and, I here is on the premises, a c ntitnviab,
>w Ih g Home, which has lately undergone :
h r.'Ugh ' . pair. A new Kitchen, tnvat (louse, u
U gaiit R tele Pantre, Cnh, Stables, Fmlder ai
*’arriage I 1 use £ic. all complete—a huge jur
.ell shaded; a handsome Orchard ol Appl
’each, P.mr and Plum trees, a never failing
pnng of excellent water, within 80 yards of tie
'wi ll' ig, and as healthy a situation a- any in litch
n. nil County,
The above w -l l he sold a bargain, if early ap
ilication is made to
Jno. C. Holcombe.
Ifinnni’i' 8 .59
Will he sold on the fi st I uesday in April next, i •
the Court House m Jacksonboro’. Scriveitcoi ■
ty, between the hours of ten am) (inir o’ct rk
pursuant to an or lers ~f the llu,.orahie the Jus
, lice* of the inleriur Court of said comity, whei
sii'i’ C for ordinal’, mi’poses ;
All that tract or parcel of I .an I,
, ’ontai i.gto .r liu nli ed and ninety a. res piitn
r less) s.inal*- 1 mg and h ing in the Inurteem
'i-trici of Irwin c unity, Geor a. and known am
, stingni hed in th-’ plan of sa d district, by th
nmb r two ty thr e (23.) -old for the hem fi. id
'arali Lee, rpltan, of .Inlin M. Lee, deceased
’erms nn V known on he lav of sde,
Peler Uedtlick, Guardian.
Scriv'n county lv nan 28 HJt r 6!
( a\ ulice.
Vt.ltEE Alil.P, to anordt r of the Honorable
the Intii’ior Cnurl ol Kichmond County, w i
ie sold on tne fi st I uesday in March next, a
he market house in tfie city of Augu-ta, b"
ween 'be usual hours of sale :
Four Hundred and sixteen 6 lOtli
crcs m Land, It mg on M'iloan, mu filth par .
tree hundred and fifty acres, lying on Sp* -
'Three negroes : Nancy, Billy and
I't’tnk, tile wlio.c being lite rial estu e ol Lew :
Unis, deceaied, I3r the benefit ol he heirs <1
ml, deceased. Terms made known on the da.
Beijamin Howland, } q , ,
ItobiTt Alim. 5 ““m is.
|a 7 T
buVluvs Vvt wavtV.
UVNViX.vY fr.nn the subacrit'. r .hint t
25th ult. a negro man named HAMILTON
t .it thirty five years o' age. six feet high, ven
larkskn. and arge thick lips. Had ot ivnen I
tve.it aiVay, a blue short Jacket, with hue mix,"
«alttne'tr iwser*. H- is well acqnain ed n Iln
at. Liberty and M’lntosh Cou if. s. ff ho. v.
will return him t . the subs rb-r, shad receive tie
above reward and all reason ,bl ■ c arres.
Per Attorney, 11. B Hathaway
■Yy" 3Vi / J n.r,ui .Ua.cilgiTi'le. anil (.itic tc
•ten, will y,ve he above 1710 1 sections ■ ami h
t onstituhoua Ist, Jiu ‘ist i, three insertions anti
In Kuril thnr ucconn s 10 this office for payment,
Felvuan 11 3t 07
F YV» MoUvWS» Ut W ik \ A.
4 UScOMtEI) from trie subsciih , ,
At i. gtoe, on the night of the 21N ve m ,1
'•824, » buy by lie name of Mar. us. ab u . gfi
eo years ot ag. . five feet t nr or' five inene
gh, a bright mo'aHo, smart and mteing, „t I| u
C 1. V.’ reward 11 be p d fir ins d< nvej-y i„ tin
nh-r. dn-r. and a 1 reas able expenses paid ■
n hemg I >dgey! in any J„d m nte slate, th-.’t h.
. ight be gut.
February 22 4t T "‘lh* swap
. • H.vTEL) OK STOLE.nT
tiie subscrioM- on the m K ht of the M.
• ‘ a sorrel HOUSE, stynch tail, wlut.
i ( '.roak in the fort head, one hind leg white om
1; • MC,e “ larger than the other. When u
n Ktr " ■*''“) !le I,! * 1 s short piece of rope on hi
, .eck. Any one giving information , r reiurnliu
t. , " 1 "‘"‘l’* l subacribir, shall meet with a hand
e- , "V7“ rd ’ 111 Cumnung’s Budding, Broad
February 31 3» t
TO THE PLf/UJC.
THERE is perhaps no medical observation bet
ter esiabliilied, none more generally -oiifirmei
!ty the experience ot the best physicians ol all ages
vui countries anti none of more importance totht
practitioner,than the fact,that many ol the most dilh
1 tilt and incurable complaints originate in neglecli
tl colds . In a climate as variable as ours,where thf
, jl,al, S t, » at ,lie weather are frequently sudden am
mexpected, it requires more care and attention
ijuard against this subtle and dangerous enemy m
. fe than most people imagine, or are able am
vilbng to bestow. Hence the vast number us pa
(Mils, ylllictecl with coughs, catarrhs, asthma
consumptions, and other aliedions, and hence tin
hi iago ol rational and absurd remedies, cried us
nv the learned and illiserate, Ihe many cases ol
, 'be kind, fell under my observation ; the prepose
rotis compositions of inflaming drugs, which
ere in vogue ; the disappointment 1 experienced ii
oractice from remedies highly recommended , am
r n y own predisposition to pulmonic complain'c
were strong inducements fop me to considn
- whether a compound consisting of mild vegeiabl
1 (distances could not be invented, no re free Iron
he well founded objections of practitioners, aru
mt'er calculated to avert the tlireatening d
strnction of the lungs.
Syvvrp of Vugolables,
For coughs colds, asthmas and consumptions
, dins remedy IS superior to any medicine whicl
las been offered to the public, as it is prepare'
, rom the most vh cable herbs of our vegetabh
. kingdom, and its qualities are such that every de
•lemlence may be placed in its virtues for th
cure of the above diseases. From the knowledge
r tnc proprietor has of the pulmonic virtues of th
syrufi, he baa no hesitation in recommending n
io those who labour under th '3e distressing com
lamls #s a safe and efficacious remedy, and hav
mg administered it to thousands in New-York and
_ * "‘lt'delphia, lie fe>!s no hesitation in offering it
■ n die pnbhe, and after trial, those persons win
mrehase the genuine syrup, will have their me
ic) refunded by returning thfc bottle, if they d<
iut (eel si'isfi d ( hat they have reaped beneb
from the use of it.
directions for Use.
lake a tea spoon lull three limes a day, s-,i
norn ng, noon and night, and continue it until re
(O’ Each bottle will have the signature of tin
O' Prepared only and sold by E- Audler, sig.
of the Golden Eagle, Augusta.
Aew autl mv auaoie
HVENTEIITHE UMTEII STATES OF AMERICA,
Asiatic Lenitive foe Tain.
the 1 until- Ache, Head
Ache, and other dis-
US remedy is good against the tooth ache o
L pam in 'he teeth and Jaws when duly sptdiei
»nd employ ed, it possesses sovereign efficacy n
lieving swellings ol the gums, tacc and udjacen
I.artv, arising from or connected with tooth-acht
it relieves head-ache or pains in the head, i
be most easy and agreeable manner; lor this fr.
pient and distressing complaint, tins, Ins net
1 Medicine, is a charming prescription, for it re
lores both the organs of sense and the nerves a
"mir healthy condition at a quick and udmirabn
I’/iis new and useful preparation produces, h
mid and gentle stim ■ latent, a cheering operatioi
pon the spirits—it quickens the sensations,
mrpens the perceptions, and invigorates tl.
motions of the min i, by dissipating gloom a; ,
vapours it acts truly like a nervous and cephalu
nediciiie ot the first order.
Nor is its effect less beneficial when consider
■ relation to the stomach, thru to the mouth, tin
mad and the spirits, by its qualities it ads upoi
he sight and immediate organs of digestion as
• ironnative and cordial, expelling wind, removin;
orpor, correcting acidity, ami creating a runs
The operation of this invention and improve
nent is quite as favorable to diseases,ol the ear,
nore especially it ac s to great advantage in dm
ess ard aid iess of hearing, and even in incipi
nt deafness, restoring the failing organ to the
exercise of its true and healthy functions of hear
Cert fcate from J)r. Samuel L. Mitchell,
I)'-. Kzt kiel Audler, oftne city o; New-York
tl is day submitted to me his letters patent frou
he Untied Mates, for compounding and vendim
i remedy which he calls the Asiatic Lenitive, ai I
,ski dmy opinion upon the same, w hen upon, »f
ut > xamining the receipt contained in die specif)
cation, I find it contains a mixture of such aromat
! c, anutiy e, snd anti acid articles, as are well ca
dated to produce a composing effect on the hn
Somnel L. Mitchell.
AVrr- York, November '2d, 181 b.
•iudWr’s AUVk oi Roses.
\ N eh guut cosmetic lor whit «jng, sos ening
iA anil beautifying the akin, and removing pm,’
■■l s, Ireck.ffs and chops from the face, neck, &c
I be Milk oi Roses possesses many qualities, for is
ml only serves fur the above purposes, but it put
bo bloom of youth un age, which valuable properl'
•'Very lady ii Imnl ol enjoying. This beautiful rot«
c s itv tic has a dc igtitfu fragrance, and is ansrtich
wh ch can be used wit It sate ty. as it contains noth
ng that win i jure ih ■ skin, and it is an indiapensa
ole article to every lady, and should be lound oi
heir todi is.
DiKEcrto'S. —After being washed end drie
■ then take i small quantity on a piece of w hite Ha,-
tiiduel then vva h face, neck, hands, &c. Each bin
de will be s.gned by the nronrietor, Price gl,
Prepared only and sold by Audler, sign ofth.
Golden Eagle, Augusta.
.Inly 4 2
(CT LOsT "p) ~
ON Tuesday last, a Hunch of KEYS, tie.
with Red Tape.—The finder on leaving!
at this Ofiiss, shall be rewarded.
EBPECTFULLY informs the Ladies and Gen
tiemen of Augusta, that he will be ready n
i i >e them at all times, at his or their houses, t
be line of his profession, and hopes he will mee
bare ol' the public patronage, as he will cxtrac
teeth and stumps, and in the easie-t manner if eve
ot difficult, a til all its oilier branches.
Paste, ot Carbon,
A superior dentifrice to any ever offered sot
cleaning beautifying and whitening the teeth am
making die breath sweet and greeabic.
Which removes all scorbutic humour in the
oms and teeth, and makes them firm at thi
Prepared and sold by
At his T)nig and Medicine Store, al the Guttoi
Range. Sign of the Golden Eagle, Augusta.
.Tnlv 4 g
At Bachelder ty Codmte's, Broad Street, Augusta
nearly opposite .he Planter's Hotel.
UESHEU li ULLV inlorms tiie Pnbl c, that he
has returned again to this Cry, and respe'cl
inly M.licits the Patronage of tlie Ladies am
Gentlemen who may require his services in tin
-eveial branches of his Profession.—Person
vishing’ Ins service in private F milies can call am
■ee his woi k Manufactured on a new principle
which he warrants.
Teotb aud Rums.
The diseases ot the leelb a.,d Gums are chiel
iy owing to our own neglect; th - pails of th
dirmnts which nidge almui them alter niastica
non growing acrid and corrosive the gums at'
thereby first affected, as being the mo-l tende
laris, aUer these corruptions are produced, com
mnly call-d the I'artar of the I eetb, w ine
tmiii gb ith their texture and whiteness no
deprives the mouth of its piincipal orna
i is, u I bring, ioi violent tooth aches. and rein
ners 'he Guns |,vid and putrid, aul offensive i<
u-selves and o ' ers.—lint ih-'Ugh people i
general may prevent those inconveniences, by
-re and -ilitiilion a- first, y, t, il tney are one
idler U to i d.e plan , a is no longer in the pow.
r ■ ' lie stiff' ' er to emove 'hen tins being pro
i■ ly the (irovmc of die experienced U,m s
who lias made t ,*» maladies ot die Teeth a' i'
-a ims, with ibeir attendant evds, the principle
"bject and e d >t i- stu- i-*s,
•Mv. Vlwrauee, Lvui\s\ 3
By long pru- • ac) application n, uns
ess, and a in irongv kn nvh- -ge ot the s'lucutn-
I the le ,h a<l Gus, Pa made all the. opera
ns in those pa s quite famdi ir to Pirn, ms
nch that what some Dentists h iv, judged i
lacucadie, be hath performed with' ease am
He Pisces I eeth b ,th real and art.filial, (miff
og d,e lat'er witlv pure e. amel) from a aingl
■me to an enrye set so accurst ri», timi *hey «ha.
•nswer every imrpos.- ot tlie natural. I tins ih,
grealc'-t deficiencies aregup[>lied with ornament ,
which Lgve the recommennation of utih y.
1 bos»‘ i eeth that h ve (alien out tiicir sock
et», which fi eqoently h ippens, though in a per ,
eel sound state, Pc, by a method pi culiar to hn
■d, replaces as firm as ever, without the lea
pain or nneasmesa to the pat ent.
He clears the l eeih, il ever so disci Jnged, o
1 their foulness and tartar, w ih ul pa n, an
enders them white and as fairua ever in imp a
leelb and Slumns extracted in the e« iert mai 1
er, if ever so difficult.
Hi asai-ls young ladies ami gentlemen in tin
first and second dentition, and remove*'’he Mi I
IV-eth at proper seasons, lest they -h ni l me n
node 'lie regular growth oi the snccei du g oi c.
•nd if a deformity of this kind nas taken [due,
lirmigh the want ol a Desns', Mr Florance'ui
i i takes to correct it; provided die subject i;
•of more than twenty ye. rs old, and restores iP■
eeth to their natural, regular and beautiful nr
N. 11. A Tmoture and Dentrifice Paste, pvenar
dby him only, w hich pres tvcs the Teeth an
changes .lit m to a h auldul white, cures h<- gum
f the Scurvey and niakt-s breath at all iiir.es -wee
old agreeahh , and cores die Tooth Ache i.iuio
baiely, vvi b npeper directions how to use it.
October 12 31
SEVEN JULES FROM AUGUSTA.
at .E übsenber having la* ly j uichisedibe
Jk above esta. hshment, is now furmshi.ig i
■d thoroughly r paring die buildings. 11 <
..ill spare no ai s to accommodate parties o*
-ntlemen and Irav I ers. a id k ep alw.tvs m
*. d a supply of the best Liqo rs that die Align
i, Char eslon and Savannah .narkets will afford .
nd his lab'e » ill noi be infeii<«r to the best pub ic
House in Augusta, and Upon -is reasonable terms.
James ! ynes.
N. R. James l.ynes, takes dns mi ll.ml of re
nrning his'hanks to his numerous friends ami jc
'piaintances, *or the lib- ml support afforded him
i) the Co .cli Making business, and flatters himsed
In industry and atten'ion, to merit their contin
•ted favours in the proiessior. which lie has rt
F b-n "• *< fit 65
- - ,
IJ}JMJ AND SCOURING.
•jphr. Shi) er.ber n-uirns his (ha k» to die pub
i- he generally, for die encouragement tha
he has received since his commencmenl in tin
Dying Uusmess, in this place, and Popes, by .. 1
s net attention to Ins busine-s, to have a c ntinu '
ance of their custom ; be slid continues at In '
jold stand, on the north side of Reynold sirec,
] near the intersection of Bridge R . a-—where he
| Rends to carry on the DYING BUSINESS, i
j ill its various branches, on Cotton, Silk ant
I Woollen ; also. Straw Leghorn ai d Crap
jGendeonen can hare their Coats, Pantaloon* a> d
! Vests secured, grease, paint and staines extrac cd
at the shortest notice, and on reasonable terms.
"NVm. Taliaferro & Son.
November 2 37
iVtmlv vviu\ Job Printing,
Neatly Executed «t this (Jifioe.
AMU STEAM B Vt’US. %
DU. HDUEL, m French. Physician, respectfully f
informs the public, that lie lias established f'
STEAM aid MEDICAL BU MS m Augusta. fc
I'lie very high repute these Baths have acquired
m Europe, where (although a late discov. rv) A
i they ere to be found in every hospital, and the /jJI
..real cures they have performed in-Boston. Phi
, ludelphia and Charleston, cm leave no doubt of
their efficacy. The must gentle as well as the
most powerful medicines are administered by i hat Jjf
neans, without any pain, trouble or disgust to the i(
Th-y are a never failing remedy in all cutane- 'ts
ous affections; from Psora, Kir.gworms, Ike. to
Scald head and Leprosy. They also have never
11 1 "led of success in either acute or chronic rheu- 3
In glandular obstructions, chlorosis, anasarenns JMj
■wellings, incipient dropsy; in all diseases of the »
loints, gouty affections, dispersion of (amors, ill M/M
cured syphilis, spasmodic or nervous affections:
t in all bilious disorders, dyspepsia, liypocoudriasis,
t pilepsy—these halhs have been found most ser
viceable, and have often succeeded even in here- Hi
li tary complaints. In fine, this manner of admin
stenng almost every remedy belonging to rte 1
tiealing an, may be rendered applicable to almost
1 every case, and (it is repealed) without any pain,
•rouble, or disgust to the patient. L
As these baths are not yet generally known, A
- Dr. UnUKi. will he happy to give the must t\s
nectable references to persons who have been
cii--. d by lalci.ig them. ,
Tl\e Steam $■ «MeAica\ WaAb j 3
Ism Ell s-Street. opposite .VI.-. 11. (Healing's
IlncK Mouse, and has an entrance in Broad-street
immediately opposite the city 7/ou>L W
January If 57
•XiffeSO li el CatAtilUV. K
IT is with pleasure and confi Icate tlut tW
I ru.-lees of tins Instiluiion, present its 4 cla,nrs
■ n 1 Ins occasion, for the support and patronage of
m enlightened public. Although endowed more K
iherally perhaps than any other county school th
he state, yet its funds having been unproductive TlmrA
or several years past being mostly vested 111 s.ate ’ \JmA
lank stock, the academy Ins been much clogged
in its operation. The board have not been able to 4(■
Iter an at. equate induct 1 lent to engage the servi
es of a Hector, who combined qua ifications and tCK
characer, that would insure succ-. ss to the semin- .!■
o>. I his bar we are happy to slate is removed
oil v.e cmgiaitilwe the .community in having ’
irooored for the ensuing year, the ifev. Tliomai S
tumid.ng, formerly of Li it rtj county, u gentle- ■
man whose scholarship and genera! character are '
too not.ii-i.-us to require the feeble tribute of our ■
■ra se. W, Doubling will superintend b thsehcols ■
hie personal set vices and attention however '
wi l oe p.inci pally bestowed on the female de- W
part in fn(. In the male academy he will be ussis- H
ed by Mr. Lathrop—a northern graduate win, m
nas some experience in leaching—a .id who is re- I
01. mended as unexceptionable in talents cmi ■
no-iU. I o these con dderal ions we have to add, jH
1 •fd i, m.'t-da, such as health, cheapness of dM
.card. Sue. and perhaps it would not be thought H
upr. llnous td i iig ftst, (hat inasmuch as must of fl
:,le ''l'pnrtaiit ei. ctio.ns are transferred directly to 9H
me people, it would become daub y necessary to
•uhghieu their minds, lor no truth stands on a fir- dH
•n. 1 ba-is than this, that in proportion as we give
> the people power, we should ai m give them *■
tonwlcdgtv 'On bhe practical adoption of this ,■
rmerpi.- depends »he preservation of ouriepub- •
Josepli Henry Lumpkin,
( U The Editors of the ConstilutiunidiU, Jiuyusta, i*
and I'epub ium -Savannah mil publish the above, V
an'ijo mar,l their at counts to Lexington for licit
m"“- j. n. l. y
'inn rv 18 59
V\ KITTLE 1 RCiLOSALS. 1
VI/' ill oe received by at.y of the ui di-rrigr.ed I
» » tiff the iiDl l, iiisl. lor lurnishing and plan I
ti g "ii Broad Steel, .a tin,-, city, swamp widow I
n-k a id ciii.it. irc-.-s. alternately uccoidii.g to the I
ovisions of an ordinance of the City c mncil pas* I
ed on the Bth of las! month. The proposals may J
-■ = l ici eiiibi-ice the whole siroet tir so much ol i ■
as passess through an, parlico ar war-l, H
H. M. Warren, I
Jhiiics iliuj.er, \ J
p ff- 11 4,i f,r, |
THOMAS G. IJAITE; I
ijavviage «Mukor. •
lIMV'I.NG taken die Shops r e inly occupied ,
K U by VB-. James 1 yoer., intends carrying on
die business in ad n.- vr.ri- us branches! Eroia
hi long experience t the No th, he flatten;
ilinseir, tha' he wi.l be sole to give general s»-
slaclion to sueI', 1 ', <8 v | favour nun with a call in
he U- la ring Line. VI. fivourv will be thank
fully received and ptiii -.iiiHll) ex' cured. I
He < xpects s n n o rec- ive from the Northers i ‘'
vjanu*act*iri >-1, • con.pl te assoriiik..) t [ ) Oarriages . I
Litis, and LAlflflAhLS built to order. t
8 frigs, I
A\MS'LS\ \) i\,
WILL keep constant y on hand, and for Sale,
at Air. Lono-turkt’s Livery Stable. c
JiN ASS o ; l\ m.L i OF
; 03* Orders ”01- GIG- or Ca.. UIAGES from the
North, will be promptly aUcrmtd-to atm work
j N. B.—Hepairing done at the shortest notice.
j N- vember >0 45
■ | JS dice.
PEHSONS being daily in the habit of trespass. v
mg on the Hickory lidge tract of l ai J, owned I
loy the Bank of Georgia, and cutting l*.- worn! and I
. undergrowth therefrom ; N-f.ce is 1,, , -by g.- to i
j I ,ut ,ile 0 most vigilance will b. used i. delectirp
. d prosecuting the < ' 1 ders. if- j
■ j hounded -the west by I t.rkancn’s bpring. and
P art . ot ,* “j Vl • :0 Sn m ili ,hc East
bv the lands ot A. Martin, |* 11, (j i.ties s ,.d
oihe-s. it may he more (larticularly known by ”li«
- Millcdgoville road, passing M p ug'i it
Fy order c-J the Mould
i. Henry k
Febi uary 1, 1C25, y