Many of the political evils, under which every Country to the world labours, are not owtpi; to any want nflove foronr Country, but to an ignorance of its real constitution and interests.” PRIESTLY
NEW SERIES Yol. IL . . AUGUSTA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1825. No. 72.
IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
BY W. J. BUNCE,
'/VUUUrj l\\ |
AUTHORIZED by general assembly of
THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
l Prize of §3(3,000 is §30,000
I Prize of 20,000 is 20,000
4 Prizes of 10,000 is 40,000
4 Prizes of 5,000 is 20,000
3 Prizes of 1,000 is 5,000 !
10 Prizes of 500 is 5,000
50 Prizes of 100 is 5,000 \
100 Prizes of 50 is 5,000
5000 Prizes of 10 is 50,000
SIS Prizes, > 180,000
J2f i; Blanks. $
18000 TIC KE rs at TEN DOLLARS.
Leas than two and an half Blanks to a prize,
THE PRIZES ONLY TO BF. DRAWN. '
Ai'Phe Prizes to be Floating from the commencement ,j
e'ecep the following, which wi Ibe deposited in th -
■fvneei at d finite bevlmU viz :
OA the In Drawing-1 prize of $-'U,llno A lof SSOO
-*i tl-e II ■■ I fw.ee of 5,0 )0 Sc lof 1,000 St lof A 500
the ltd “ I prize of lU.OoO &1 of 500 ,
I. : :im flh “ 1 prize of 5,000 &1 of 1,000 &1 of 500 i
Cl.tHie slh “ I prize of 10,000 &1 of 500
Onto. iJi i* j prize- of -6,000 At of 1,000 &1 of 500'
On the 7th “ 1 prize of 10,WO A1 of 5,000 A. lof 500
f On tnc Kth “ 1 prize of 20,000 A1 of I’OJOA.iof SOU
On the Oth “ 1 pr.ze s of 30,000 *1 of 1,000 At lof 500
Pile whole Lottery to Oe completed in
.Wat iH*a>N*m£s OaV^.
ACT* I 'le drawing io c minen te as m.ou as a
sufficient niin it if rick its are sold. Ihe
vh.ne of dn Pr.z s payable in tiiiny days alter
•he •sorn..’] ’i i i if the d awing subject to a tie
due oi offt teen percent. All Priz-s not ap
plie I hr in twdve m mths, to oe considered as a
cloiut.jn to the lands of toe Misonic Hall. ’
£vtseut IVict o£ Tickets,
h'o ■ s- e !•>. i oreal variety. ot number., at the
uO if tffS SI ONE R’ S OFF! Cl' hi. itro.itl street,
Augusta, a tew floors below ihe Hank
J. S. Beers,
Secretary to the Board of Cominissio tiers.
T”/* Orders i n Tickets tr im ..any part nl the
,T 1 c I ‘U Paid . il cnc.;;. UasA,
sd-ir s’zti !o the Secret immediate j
U’ltes’Kiid regulations adopted at a meeting oil'
th • Itnnj-d of Gotmnsinnery of the .'VIASONIcj
HALL LO I’TRIIJf, January 8 h, 1825.
Ist. t'he Co nuit .sinners shall assemble on the!
Saturday of every other week.
'id ,-v irnj li’uy of the Contmi-sinners shall cou-j
Atitul" a q nrnm tor the transaction of business,!
. snd a nnj nhiy of those present at any meeting,i
ohsll govern ui ad. Cases, except those hereinafter!
3J. slid?l be the duly of the Chairman to pre
:erve order, to appoint Committees to supcrvisej
die I! inks and conduct of t io 8 'Cretary, and he
shall have the privilege of voting upon£.l subjects;
and a'i>o ofexpressing his opinion.
4th, A Secretary sod. be appointed with a sal- r
ary ol eight hundred d dims pi-r annum, and shall
give bund and security for the faithful performance ■
oth;s duties. Me shafl keep lair minutes of the
proceedings ol the Hoard of Commissioners—shall
act as an agent for the «a!e of tickets—keep a re
gular account of his sales, and deposits all noniet
received by him, (as soon as received,) in one ol|
the Hanks of this chy. He shall, moreover, trail
fact ail business rela i g i the Lottery, to which
he shad be required to attend, by the Gommisp
slh. No ticket shall he sold on a credit, unless’,
by an order ol the Hoard ot Commissioners; and)
nut then, without such security as sluill be saj^stsc '
tcry to a committee’appointed for the purpose of
receding the same.
6ih. The tickets shall be signed by tire Com
missioners, in equal proportions ; and not more
titan one Commissioner shall sign any ticket.
7th. The Secretary shall not be entrusted at any
one lime, with more than five hundred Tickets,
ami shad exhibit at every meeting of the Commis
sioners, Ins Hank Ho- k, and an account plainly
•hewing the amount ot tickets sold, and the num
ber in hand.
Bth- The tickets, after they are numbered and
signed, shall be deposited at Bank, and only drawn
thence by a committee, of which the Chairman
livid be one.
9-li No money shall be drawn from Bank, but
by a ctieck, signed by a majority of ihcr Commis
sioners, and for no other purpose, but the pay
ment of prizes, or not. * - *nses.
,1 money ’8 v * j 61
’ I'Uc feuWci-Vher
INTENDING to re-ode in New York, with a
vie w for the transaction of Commission Bus
iness, in all its branches, will tee! grateful lor an}
consignments or orders, with which he may b(
favored, assuring his mends that' his unremitted
attention will be exerted to promote their inlet
est. He will be prepared on the receipt of any
consignmen's, or of the invoices with bills of la
ding and orders for insurance, to make the cus- 1
ternary advances if required.
Any references that is desired, can be obtained!
of Messrs. Mackenzie &. Ponce, Augusta, or Ben
jamin Burroughs, Esq. Savannah.
October 26 35
AI.TKEI.Y NEGRO WOMAN, a good Cook
. vl aiher and Ironer—for further particular
iq nre at the Office of the Constitutionalist,
December 21 51
On Boston, Baltimore,
Provitlence, Washington City,
New-York, Petersburg, Va.
Philadelphia, Charleston, S. C.
For Sale by
Beers, Bunnell & St. John.
Jiroad, corner of JWlntosh street.
Rat.li anil Silvkh col.v and all kinds of Bank
Nutks, Bought and Sold.
November 12 40
CONTINUED SUCCESS AT
Baltimore, January 6, 1825.
<6can& s>tate Hotfcru,
NOW drawing every week, under the super
intendence of tliv Commissioners appointed
!)y the Governor and Council.
YAgVUIv liar's Drawing:
1*1197 15701 Prizes of- . £IOOO
1*144-03 a prize of . . 500
11527 do - . . 100
♦19094 *19862 14888 9115 58.50 3426 50
■ All marked thus* sold at COHEJVS OFFICE,
Ibis Lottery is now i-amdily progressing to
wards a close—no tune should be lost in securing
ickets. I hcre are still undrawn, the Capitals ot
a?- 1 oury thoUsa.yd dou.ahs,
OJ* TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
i Tj" 'LEV THOUS.I Y/J HOLLARS
UIT Five THOUSAND DO!.LARS
1/ of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
14 of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
D'hote Tickets §l2 . Quarter - 3 00
Halves - -6 j Eiyh.hs - 150
To bo hail, warranted undrawn, at
Where both the great Capita); of 20,000 and
10,000 UCLLAUS, drawn in the MONUMENT
1.01 lEHY, on the 28th t;lt. were sold, am 1
where wire sold, the Capital Prizes of 100,000
Dollars, ha f and one one,"ter io citizens of Oeor
gia-. 20,0005, 10,000 s, .30003, in the last Grand
Slate Lottery, and wnKits j, -he capital viuzks
IIAVJt BKKN 'IBTAISISB THAN AT ANY OTHKII OFFICK
O ders left with I. K. St. JOHN. R end street
aU-iU I' r.i, ueo'-gia, will tit promptly attended tu.
| KHEKOP POSTAGE.
January 21 60
Renews the tender of his services in the
C 0 MM l S SlO N
STORAGE fi USI.VESS,
TO HIS FIUENL-3 AMI TUF. PUHUC.
HiS WARE HOUSE at the upper end, soul)
side Broad-street, is nyw ready for the re
eption of CO 1’ I ON and oilier PRODUCE, upoi
which liberal advances will be made, when re
Any business with which he may be favoured,
thall be punctually attended to.
October 1 23
COJLuissio Y HUSIN'ESS.
HAVING engaged VVauehousks and Stores, in
the upper part of t.his city,offers his services ns
a general COMMISSION MERC HAN I.—Persons
| who may place merchandise or produce under his
care, may r-sfely rely on every possible exertion
I being usee, to give general satisfaction.
September 28 27
IWal VvlsVv l*otu,lofcß,
Just received per ike am Boat Hamburg,
A FEW Hampers real Belfast Potatoes, which
fa. will be sol-1 in lots to suit families, by apply
ng immediately at
M’K’enzie & Bennuch’s Row.
December 28 53
ODD Weight Yi I’viux
Robert 1). Ware.
December 3 46
SUPPOSED to be taken by mistake from tin
Wharf, about the lull or 12- ti ot November,
a Bos of Shoes landed from Boat No. 14. Mark
ed A£; E. Wood,or K.Wood £k Co. Any person
paving it in his possession will confer a favor by
lUiiformirig the subscribers at their residence, oi
through this office.
E. Wood # Co.
December 24 52
' I'HE co-partnership of Julian & Thompson is
®- dissolved. The subscriber has resumed Ins
j j ftice near the mfcrket.
N. B. Julian.
j Feb.lß ta
THIS DAY OPENED
NEARLY OPPOSITE THE CITY-HOTEL,
And for Sale by
A FRESH S UPPL Y OF
[A DIES’ and Gentlemen’s CLOAKS,
A HI le and Black DRESS COATS,
FROCK COATS of the most faahionable co
A large assortment PANTALOONS,
New Stvie VESTS,
All unusually cheap for ready Caah.
February 15 6t 67
SCOFIELD, PHELPS & Co.
DRAPERS AND TAILORS
HAVING formed a connection vlth Mr. Henry
Howard, late of Baltimore, have removed
heir E itablishment to No. 83, Broadway, corner of
Wall-Street, where their Business will in future he
conducted under the firm of
SCOFIELD, PHELPS fit HOWARD.
New-York , June, 1823 7
, THE«L7 HSCRIBEIL
) CONTINUES THE *
| VAMDEVI YAUTDIVAGE
At his old staftd in Savannah, near the Fort, and
is prepared to make suitable advances upon, all
produce placed in his hands for sale, >
John Everingliam, jr.
February 22 10t* s 69
THOMAS G. HALL.
i Caviriagfc Maker.
H.AA’ING taken the Shops recently occutiied
by Mr. James l.ynes, intends oanying on
the business in all ns various branches. From
In. long experience at the North, lie flatters
! uimself, that he will be able to give general sa
tisfaction to ouch, as will favour him with a call in
die Repairing Line. Ail favours will he thank
i fully received and punctually executed.
He expects noon to receive from t|te Northern
I Manufactories, a complete assortment W' Carriages,
i OCT GIGS and CARRIAGES built to order.
8 Gigs, . ' y ~* A
S Sul keys,
November 5 3g
WILL, keep constantly on hand, and for Sale,
at Mr. Losostrebt’s Livery Stable,
AN ASS 0 R 7'. VI ENT OF
CTjr* Orders for GIGS or CARRIAGES from the
North, will be promptly attended to and work
N. B.—Repairing done at the shortest notice.
November 30 45
TO RENT~ '
One Tenement in the Long
Yellow Range of-Buildings, next door above the
1 sign of the “ Asiatic Lenitive,’’ in “Cotton Range,”
s continued.—Also, several Tenements ot one story 1
; each, with two rooms, recently in the possession ol
s Vlr. Ansley, and a convenient Warehouse in the
1 tear, which has been recently repa'red and the
I t enclosed with a good fence. For terms, apply
to Mr. James Harper, during the absence ot the
E. F. Campbell. 1
•laminr’- 7 56
io kevl ;
From the first October next,
1 Three Stores and a Dwelling
House, upper end south side Br-oacl-
Street, adjoining Egan k M'Laugh
links, viz : —The Store occupied by
I). Henry Ik Co. the Store occupied by Mils Ik
Mden—and the two story Frame House and Store
idj-lining the same—the house is well calculated :
for a private family or boarding H-mse—having an
xccllent Brick Kitchen. The Stores are all most
desirably situated for the Grocery Business.
App $ t»
William H. Egan.
Set t- mber 17 24
JTpHE subscribers have connected ‘hernselve
A m the practice of the LAW they will uni
rmly attend all tt.e counties of the Northern
drcuit, and the county of Franklin, of (he Wes
1 ern Circuit, one of them will be generally found
d their office in Elberton, where they will tak<
leusure in transacting the business ot those wh;
nay be unfortunate enough to be involved in tin
John A. Heard,
Thomas J. Heard.
January 1, 1825 57
s VHmVon Abt\
s i \\J ILL act as our authorized Agent, during otu
absence frt m this State.
Bachelder & Codwise.
February 21st, 1825. 2t 69
LA FAYETTE HAT
i Is opening in Broad street, one door below Air. Al
lea's Hat Store,
* LIROF. AWO OKNKRAT. ASSORTMENT OF
Drab box Coats
Double St single mill’d Cassimere Pantaloons
Broad Cloth, Satinetl and Corduroy do
I'oilinetl, Valentia, Swaosdown St black silk
Blue and black Cloth and Cassimere do |
Superfine Linen and Cotton, frilled and plain ,
Knitted, Cotton, Worsted and Latnbswoo ,
Shirts and Drawers , j
Flannel do do
Tartan and Camblet Cloaks ,
Ladies do |
Youth’s close body Coats
Gentlemen’s superfine Hatn, some very wide
Immitation beaver do
La Fayette, boys and mens seal shin Caps
Washington, Jackson and La Fayette Stock#
Negro Jackets and Trowaers
House servants Coulees and Pantaloons
Fearnought great Coats
Guernsey Frocks, red flannel Shirts
Striped and Check do
Common Linen do i
Woollen Gloves, and many other
in lies line. d
The above GOODS are New-York made, and 1
will be disposed of wholesale and retail, at New- !
York prices. f
J. I*. Seize. I
December 3 46 r
<o» PAutauuri, :
informs the l.ixlies and Gen- i
tleinen ol Augusta and its vicinity, tl*»t he i
will be in the city about the first of March. ,
January 28 *IM 62
Copy of o- Certificate from James Afonroc, Pres’t. I|
'l'he testimonials presented to me by Mr. Parm-|i
lv, of his great talents as a MENTIS I’, are of I
high character—in addition to which I state with <
great pleasure, that Ins operations in my family,ii
have afford' d a practical and very satisfactory 1
evidence of his merit. |
JAMES MONROE. <
Washington, Dec 9th 1822 I
1 HE subscriber having resumed (he practice
ot L.AtV, tenders his services to the public. He !
will attend most ol the Courts in Ihe Western
Circuits, the adjoining counties in the Flint and
Ocmnlgee, and the counties of Lawrens, Twiggs
and Pulaski, in (he Southern Circuits.
Thomas W. Harris. «
flCjr’ Letters addressed In him Monroe, Wal-:“
ton county, will be attended to.
February 8 3tn 65
A LARGE supply of the above valuable Mcdi 1
iIL cine prepared by one of the first Chemists in IJ
France, for sale at a reduced price by o
R. B &D. G. Haviland. t
February 18 68 '
ON the 12th Inst, (with a small sum of moneys
F. Walker’s Ch -ck for §.»(), on the Bank oi -
Augusta, dated the 1 llli inst. pay able to bearer.—
The Public is cautioned not to trade for the -
Check. Tlie finder by leaving it with the sub
scribers, will be suitably rewarded.
R. B. Duncan & Uu. i
January 14 58 <
A LL persons havingdemands upon the estate s
l\. ofNicholas Ware, decea-ed, are requested to 1
make them known to the subscribers. Those who
are indebted to the said estate, w ill please to mak'
Susan H. Ware, Ex^lrx.
\V. W. Holt, Eoc’r.
December 24 52
Is oti( e.
A LI-persons indebted in the subscriber prior
j.‘V to the Ist of January are requested to
come forward and make immed-a'e payment, as s
longer indulgence cannot be given. Persons in |
debted to the late firm of B. It. k I. Thompson, |
are also requested to make immediate settlements
with the subscriber, who is alone authorised to ,
close the accounts of (he concern. >
B. U. Thompson.
Augusta, March 1 .‘lt 71
•S’egToes i’ov! feaVw.
rjYMF- suhscrilter offers for -ale TWENTY like
I ly Negroes, consisting of Men, Women, Girls
mid Boys, They will be sold low, on applicatioi 1
to me al the Eagle Tavern, where the Negroe
may be seen. / I
John 1). Walker.
January 13 59 !
and STIJ U1 U v t'HS.
DU. HOUEL, a French Physician, respectfully
informs the public, that he has established
STEAM aid MEDJCAL BA THS in Augusta,
Ihe very high repute these Baths havi acquired
in Europe, where (although a late discovery)
they are to be found in every hospital, and the
great cures they have performed in Boston, Phi
Indelphia and Charleston, can leave no doubt of
their efficacy. The most gentle as well as the
most powerful medicines are administered by dint
means, without any pain, troub.e or diigust to the
Th'-y arc a never failing remedy in all cutane
ous affectionsfrom Psora, Ringworms, &c. to
Scaldhead and Leprosy. They also have nevep
failed of success in either acute or chronic rheu
1 In glandular obstructions, chlorosis, anasarcous
1 Wettings, incipient dropsy; in all diseases of (he
joints, gouty affections, dispersi-m ot tumors, ill
cured syphilis, spasmodic op nervous affections;
in all bilious disorders, dyspepsia, hypocondriasii,
epilepsy—these baths havfc been found most ser
viceable, and have often succeeded even in here
ditary complaints. In fine, this manner of ad run
istermg almost every remedy belonging to the
healing art, may be rendered applicable to .almost
every ca-e, a> d (it is repealed) without any pain*
trouble, or dojfust to the patient.
As these bulbs are not yet generally known.
Dr. Hntißt will be happy to give the moat res
pectable references to persons who have been
cured by takii g them.
T\ui Steam fy MeAicaV Walh
Is in F.llis-hlreet, opposite Mr. if, Mealing’a
Brick ll,ouse, and has an entrance in Broad-street
immediately opposite tbn city //oul,
January 11 57
XT is with pleasure and confiofeuce that the
I ruslees ol tins Institution, present its claims
|on tliis occasion, for the support and patronage of
an enlightened public. Although endowed more
| liberally perhaps than any other county school m
the stale, yet its funds having been unproductive
dor several years past bt ing mostly vested in slate
bank slock, the academy has been much clogged
in its operation. Ihe board have not been able to
idle r an adequate inducement to engage ihe servi
ces ot a Rector, who combined qualifications anl
character, that would insure sucetsa to the semin
ary. I his bar we are happy to state is removed
and we congratulate the community in having
procured for the ensuing year, the Rev. Thomas
Gouldmg, formerly of Liberty county, a gentle
man whose scholarship and general character are
100 notorious to require the feeble tribute of our
praise, Mr. Gouldiug will superintend b .lhschools
—his personal services and attention however
-will be principally bestowed on the temale de
ipai-lorient, in the nude academy he will be assis
(ted by Mr. Lathrop—a northern graduate who
has some experience in leaching—and who is re
commended as unexceptionable in talents anil
morals. To these considerations we have to add,
local inducements, such us health, cheapness of
board, &c. and perhaps it would not be thought
fiipeifluous to suggest, that inasmuch as most of
the important elections are transferred directly to
the people, it would become donb y necessary to
enlighten their minds,.tor no truth stands on a fir
mer basis than this, that a-, we give
to Ihe people power, we should also give them
knowledge. On the practical adoption of this
principle depends the preservation of our repub
Joseph Henry Lumpkin*
(Ur The. Editors of the Constitution,din, Augusta ,
and Republican, Savannah, will publish Hie above,
and forward their accounts to Lexington far pay.
men I. J. It L.
January 18 59
Mrs. thkod. £ayoli. E, nas flip honor to
inform her friends and the public of Au
gusta, that her intention is to teach the I‘ihiio
Forte and Spanish Guitar —als >, the art of Sing
ing 01 ihe newest style. Mrs. F. will attend at
private houses, or give lessons at her own resi
dence. For terms and furiher particulars apply
at lower tenement Bridge Hunk.
Tehi-uarv 3 65
MRS. OR If (late Miss Hooper from London,)
ami Miss v) li it, inform the public that dtey
are- engaged in t he Millinery business, inclu ling
Dress and Cor-et making, t hey occupy a house
on Monslon-Mreet. at the lower end of Judge
Rein’s lot, and not far from the Hospital.
N. B. Straw—Chip and Leghorn Bonnets [Pres
sed, altered, dyed and cleaned at the shortest no
tice and on the most reasonable terms.
V< In-uarv 8 65
The Savannah. Line ot
I ¥ WING discontinued running on die South
I • Carolina side, will leave this [dace every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 o’clock, A.
M. on the G -nrgii side, by the way of Culto’s
Milffiaven and Pearce’s.
For seals, apply si die City Hotel,
Joseph L Thompson,
February 22.1825. 69
AtVanloA to Vuvc\\aso,
'HWO Negroes of the following ir.«de, Black-
I. smith au'i Wheel maker, of good character.
February 8 65