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NEW SERIES Vol. 11. AUGUSTA, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1825. No. 89.
nn ■■■ii MM—a——aaieillilMMW iWllWiflfr
18 PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
BY W. J. BUNCE,
DIAIO K 6c W Ut^H,
Merchant- Tailors ,
OPPOSITE THE CITY HOTEL,
Have received per the last Steam Boat, a
new and additional supply of
Wit tiii with their otb-r slock on hand will mak
their assortment complete, persons in want an
respectfully invited to call and judge fur them
• -vil 5 81
Has just received from .A 'ew York , wid is not:
opening an elegant assortment of •'Seasonable
Anri! 12 * -8?
(]J* Darien Money will be taken
for ! -te following Winds c icon from me W ha, 1
which will he received this week,
Pr. Steam Boat No. 6 and 15.
TOMS Sweeds Iron assorted
29 J Barrel* lies’ Baltimore Whiskey
Pr. Boat Hub Roy.
234 Keps patent cut nails assorted
20,0(10 do Castings assorted
2,000 do Hut) Irons
4 000 do Blistered Steel
194 K gi White Lead ground in Oil
30 .dlls. Loaf Sugar
18 VIIII I. Super! >r N. Orleans Sugar
21 bbis. Muscovado fio
109 C”ils Hale Hope
58 Pieces Bagging
20 Hhd. White’s Baltimore Gin
7 I iernes p ime Bice
78 Boxes ti sh 11 ilsius
72 Kegs Pickled Salmon cheap
4 Boxes Cast Steel axes.
Thomas S. Metcalf.
March 29 79
UHLS. Washington Gin
5 lids. Philadelphia Whiskey
J 59 libls, Whites Baltimore Gin
16 Boxes Loaf Sugar
80 Tlbls. No. 3 Mackerel
15 Bbls. Whiskey
111I 11 do Cider.
AViiich will be sold low lor cash or approved
William 11. Egan.
Anril 22 3( 86
An Elegant Assortment of
3J © © D 0>
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
Dvy UmuYs tStoue,
AMONG WHICH ARE
Rich Harege, Silk and Gauze
Blue c Velveteen, for Dresses, and a variety o»
April 112 t 80
XoyUwyu Urn aud \V\usk«\,.
( BARRELS Northern GIN,
f 0 Barrels Whiskey,
iirtalrtTMaiiii just iiewitkd
AND for sale by
Arr’l 8 82
ToVisVifcd ssteeA WaistbeVts,
jTjp'lE subscriber In, this day received per ship
Doris from Liverp m) an elegant assortment
ot Polished Steel Waistbells. Bracelets, Buckles
and Clasps, of the newest fashion.
Yard Neck Chains,
B rt London Hair, Cloth and Habit Brushes,
i Perfumed Soaps, &c. &c.
March 18 76
Q-i lIIIDS. Molasses, new crop
11 Tieices do do
20 Hhtls. New Orleans Sugar
30 Bags Green Coffee
Just receiveil and for sale by
Thomas S. Metcalf.
Mar~h 29 /y
v) GALLONS prime new Honey, at one
dohar i gallon.
Jvsi received and for sale by
Thou. S. Metcalf.
Ma-h 29 7g
biaiiK f<ee.is» of (JoiiVt-yaace,
Neat.y /‘noted on Vet'"m Paper,
Fur sale at tins Office.
i $ SDj®®© for $ !l®o
Augusta Masonic Hall Lottery,
Robert It. Reid,
Thomas I. I Tray,
William IV. Holt,
John IV. Wilde,
li. I). Thompson,
1 Prize of §30,000 is §30,000
1 Priz« of 20,000 is 20,000
4 Prizes of 10,000 is 40,000
4 Prizes of 5,000 is 20,000
5 Prizes of 1,000 is 5,000
10 Piizes of 500 is 5,000
50 Prizes of 100 is 5,000
100 Prizes of 50 is 5,000
5000 Piizes of 10 is 50,000
rms etinki. ( ,80 ’ 000
18.000 TICKETS at TEN DOLLARS,
Less than two and an half Blanks to a Fuze.
The prizes only to he drawn, and to he all
floating irom Ihe commencement except the fol
h'Wing, which will be deposited in the wheel as
definite periods, viz :
on the first drawing,
1 prize of 10,000 & 1 of 500
2d. 1 prize of 5 000 & lof 1.000 &1 of 500
3d. I prize of 10 000 h lof 500
4th. 1 prize of 5 ,900 ik lof 1,000 hI of 500
s'b. 1 prize of 10 00” Ik lof 500
6fb. 1 priz- of 5 000 &1 of 1.000 &1 of 500
7th. 1 prise of 10,000 Si 1 of 5 000 & 1 ot 500
Bth. 1 prize of 20,000 & 1 of 1,000 Ik 2 of 500
9lh. 1 prize of 3Q.000 & 1 of 1,000 Ik I of 500
The Scheme is splendid, and for tidiness and
safety of investment, off rs equal if not superior
niducemeuts to any of the Northern Lotteries.
The whole Lottery to be compiled in
Nine Drawings Only,
Prizes pavahle in Thirty Days alter the com
pletion of the Drawing, if applied fur within
Prize Tickets will be received in payment for
"tv Tickets that miy remain unsold in the
course d' th Drawing.
Present Price of Tickets,
Whole Tickets §lO I Q larters, §2 60 !
Halves, 5 | Eighths, 125 j,
For sale in a trrent variety of numbers at the
COMMISSIO WAVS OFFICE,
Xo. &4A, Broad fell*eet.
1 A FEW HOURS ItKLOW THE DANK.
Xj" O ilers tor Tickets and Shares from any
part ot the United States, POST PAID, and
enclosing the Cast), addre-sed to the Secretary
. will meet prompt attention.
J S. Beers,
Sectetivy to the Commissioners.
N, B. Darien Rills -will be received at par Jur
April 25 87
PRIZES ALL F .<» V PING.
i STATE LOTTERYj
Contains the following br.lna >t capitals still un
drawn. v z .
AD,DDD ttoWs. I ID,ODD ILAVs.
• 2D.DDD DoUs.| S,DDD Dolls.
Besides 12 of 1000 6 >f 500 &n. I m whole pay
tide in cash, which as usual u COtIEVS OFFICE!
can be bad the moment they are drawn
19 h drawing on Wednesday, 30 b ■(' March |
20lh and Inst on Thursday, 31 -t n March
Unless the great capital of §40,000 should be;
undrawn after the 19ih is over, in which case dp
- 20i.1t drawing will be deferred to the 12Ui April,
when the scheme must be completed
Whole Tickets §l2 j Quarters - 500 j
Halves - -6 | Eiolnhs - 150
To be had, warranted undrawn, at
• 04DH1S j
Where both the gieat <Japi ,d n 20.000 and
10.000 DOLLARS, drawn in the VIUNUMENI
LOTTERY, on the 28th u!t. were sold, and
where were sold, rlie Capital Prizes of 100,000
Dollars, half and one quarter to citizens of Gear
i gia ; 20,u00-, 10,000 s, 5000 s, in tlie last Grand
State Lottery, and where m irk capital prizes
HAVE BEEN OBTAINED THAN AT ANY OTHER OFFICE
_ Orders left with I. R. St. JOHN, Broad street.
AUGUSTA. Georgia, will be promptly attended to.
FREE OF POSTAGE.
April 1 80 !
OLD I’WAV' WAXL.
iß© DEMIJOHNS of old R .rix Port, Vin
‘.age r t 1820.—Certified by the Royal Company
25 Dnz n bottles ditto, Vintage of 1816.
FOR SALE IIV
A. 1. & G. W. Huntington.
Marcl 22 77
e LUJALLA YALTDIUiGL
Com w issiou li asi u ess.
At his old stai d oi navammu, near t e Fort, an
~ I s prepared to m.-.ke su table advances upon al
liroduce placed ih-I” ’s i r sa'e ,
John iSveririgSiani, jr.
April 12 bo I
LA FAYETTE HAT
r s opening in Broad street, one door below Mr. Al
len’s Hat Store,
A I. A ROE AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Ores 9 coats.
Drab box coats
Double k single mill’d Cassimere Pantaloon
Broad Cloth, Satinett and Corduroy do
Toilinetl, Valentia, Swansdown & black silk
Blue nod black Cloth and Cassimere do
Superfine Linen and Cotton, frilled mid plain
Knitted, Cotton, Worsted and Lambswool
Shirts and Drawers
Flannel do do
Tartan and Camblet Cloaks
Youth’s close body ooats
Gentlemen’s superfine Hat , some very wide
Immiiation beaver do
La Fayette, boys an mens seal skin Caps
Washington, Jack.- and La Fayette blocks
Negro Jackets and Trousers
House servants Coatees and Pantaloons
Fearnought great Coats
Guernsey Frocks, red flannel Shirts
Striped and Check do
Common l»i sen ( j 0
Woollen Gloves, and many oilier articles
in Ins line.
The above GOODS are New-York made, anil
vit) be disposed ol wholesale and retail, at New-
J. P. Setze.
December 3 46
ERE all LIME. “
a©® (’ASKS fresh Stone Lime, of a superior
I quality, just received ami for sate by
T. S. Metcalf.
SCOFIELD, PHEjuFS a, Co.
DRAPERS AjVD TJV a^RS
HAVING formed a connection'with M" llciirr
Howard, late of Baltimore,
heir Establishment to No. 88, Broadway, cornea u
Wall-Street, where their Business will in future b.
conducted under the firm of
SCOFIELD, PHELPS 8. HOW MU).
■Wvy- York June. 1823 - 7
HAS received , ,iart o his Spring .Sunply «'
CARRIAGES w\ GIGS, which inaices his
|a .sortmen: of G gs complete— consisting of fii si
second and (bird raie Lea her and Suntop <.ig
one Coachee and one Charimee. Being regular
Iv supplied with an extensive assoiiment, direc
from the various manufactoiles ol N walk and i
vicinty, he ia disposed to sell on a; good terms a
the articles can b ; obtained in Augusta .
kC/’Or lera for any kind of Carriages will b>
orwaided and ex ented in the best manner, a
lie manulacturing prices. Gigs and Carnage,
built io order Repairing in all branches, al short
| notice,'on i lie most reasonable terms.
Mare 1 - 22 if 77
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
& *aAa\Vvli I’auwaLa's,
FOR sale by Mie Small or Urge qumtity -
I’hose who purchase to retail wdl he suj.'pli
ed at a reduced price.
•John Heath. & Go,
| April 1
f 21.-j.jy a
j s»l).criher liaving reßumc.l thepraCc.
lot I.AW, tenders his service, to the public. He
| vnil attend most ot the Courts in the Wes Urn
Circuits, the adjoining counties in the Flint and
I Ocmulgee, and ybe counties of Lawrens, I wiggs
and Pulaski, in the Southern lo cuiis.
| T’liomas \V. Hams.
07? Letters addrea-e 1 In turn Monroe, Wal
, ion county, will be attended to,
Fehruar 8 3 65
j■” : ‘ 1 ' ■" ' "■
4 IpHE Mtbscribers have cmnecied Vhemselvei
4JL in the practice of the LAW they wi I urn
t nn'y attend all tl.c counties of the Non lien
ircup, ami the county of Franklin, of tin. \A e--
ern Circuit, one ot them will be generally found
it their office in Elbetlcn, where they will (aki
leasure in transacting tho business ol tin se win
niy be unfortunate enough to be involved in tin
John V. M pfii'd,
Thomas J Heard.
January 1, 1825 57
The Subscrioer continues the
Practice the LAW, and may be found at me
Lot' r\ Office next to M ssr Smi li ik Wright’s
Vy C’onviying or Notarial business that h
may be favoured with, will receive particular at
J. S. Beers. |
I April 15 t>4
TO THE PUBLIC.
6TIHBRE is perhaps no medical observation bet
.11. ter e t .bhsl.ed. ivme moiege cully coufini.td
oi the . > nee of he I c p, y siciitns o) s
sou cum,li e and none ol ~or importance l« <m
practitio. er.lltun U,e Ike ,that many ot the most cifti
cull aou incurable complaims originate in negl. cl
en colds, 1 adm at. as variable as ours,where Ihe
change of o e vealt.er are f equeidly sudden am.
unexpected, it requires more care and attention
gnaul again t tin . subtle and dangerous enemy of
• .than most people imagine or are able apt 1
n W,II J"S l0 OT besU , w - .Hence the vast number «fpM
cents, afflicted with coughs, catarrhs, asthma
c consumptions, and other affections, and hence tin
farrago of rational and absum r. no dies, cried ii|
• *hc learned and illis.-ra'e 'I lu many cases ol
I the kind, fe!| under my .ffi erva ion j the prepost
erous compujitiuns of inflaming drugs, which
1 ii e in vogue ; ti;e diazppointnicni 1 experienced ii
practice trom remedies highly recommended, and
my own predisposition to pulmonic complaints,
strong inducements for me 1 to consider
whether a compound consisting of mild vegeigblt
substances could not be invented, more free iron
the well founded objections of practitioners, am
belter ca,enisled to avert Uie threatening d<
strucuon of the lungs.
Syrup of Vegetables'
For c ughs, cold*, asthmas and c<n sumptions
I his remedy is superior to any mt*diciiie wliicl
lias brm offered to the public, as it is prepare*
from the most valuable herbs of our veg’etabh ,
king'cioin, and its qualities are such -nit every de ,
pendence may be placed in its virtues for tin
cure of the above diseases. From the knowledgt
the proprietor has ot the pulmonic virtues of tin
syrupy lie has no hesitation in recommending 1 if>
to those who labour under tli »se distressing com
i lumls as a safe and efficacious remedy, and hay
mj; administered it In th >usaiuN m New-York and
I Philadelphia, he feels no hesitation in offering i‘
- the public, and after trial, those persons win
purchase the genuine syrup, will have their m
ney refunded by returning the bottle, if they d<
not tcel satisfied that they have reaped belief
„ from the use of it.
Directions for Use.
1 ;.kc a tea spoon lull three time, a flay, sa)
mom itg, noon and night, anil continue ii until re
07/" Bach bottle will have the signature of tl,t
a:? Prepared only and sold by E- Andler, sigi
, of tlie Golden Eagle, tiiirusta.
0(1 i* 1 >l3
.new and in\aimiDle
' SMlDli®m£ 9
) PATENTEE!) BY THE UNI I'Eil STATES OF AMERICA
Asiatic Lenitive tor Tain.
This M®di- c^ne a
■p 18 remedy is good ..gainst he tooth ache oi
I pain in the teeth and jaws when duly applied
not employed, it possesses sovereign efficacy n
I lieving swellings of the gums, face and afljaceni
parts, arising from or connected with lootli scln '
It relieves head-ache or pains in the head n '
tlie most easy and agreeable manner ; (or thia fre
quent and distressing complaint, ibis, bis new
, medicine, is a charming prescription, for it,re
stores both the organs of sense and the nerves ot i
their healthy condition ala quick and admirabh i
Thia-new and useful preparation produces, by ■
m Id anti geiult: stimulation, a cheering operation
upon the spirits—it quickens the sensations, ,
sharpens tlie perceptions, and invigorates tin
• tunclions of the mind, by dissipating gloom and .
vapours ii acts truly like a nervous and cephalic '
medicine ot the first order.
Nor is its effect Ic-s beneficial when considered
in relation to the stomach, than to the mouth, tin
head and the spirits, d> its qualities it acts upoi d
'the sight and immediate organs of digestion as t.
jctfrininative and Cordial, expelling wind, removing '
torpor, correcting acidity, and creating a most
J comfortable warmth, j
s I'tie operation of this invention and improve
,'ment is quite as favorable to diseases ot the ear,
t more especially it ads to great advantage in dul
s ness and hardness ot hearing, and even in incipi
ent deafness, restoring the tailing organ to tin
exercise of its true and healthy functions of hear !
Certificate from Dr. Samuel L. Mitchell,
Dr. Ez -kiel Audler, ot the city of New-York. |
_lthi» day submitted to me his letters patent fron
lie United Suites, for con,pounding and vending
a remedy which he calls the Asiatic Lenitive, and
r ssked my opinion upon the same, w hereupon, at ,
•ter examining the receipt contained in the speed! (
■ Ication, 1 find it entains a mixture of such aroma' |
• lie, siiodyoe, and anti acid articles, as are well cal
i diluted to produce a composing effect on the liu
Samuel L. Mitchell.
New-York, November V, 1818.
UESBEC IFt LLV anoonnees to his friends ( r|
and tlie public, that he Ins removed to Go- *
■ilooibia Gourl-House. He may be found al Mr. e .
;|i«4Ll’s, wlien not Brofessionallv engaged.
Ann! 15 ot f 84 ‘
tor feaVtt ur Wivii, '*
4 Negro Woman, a good Cook, Washer ant';
ii Ironer. For particu " ■•np'y to
| Williaai Mackie, co
February 22 H (59
S URGEDJS DENTIST,
Respectfully interns ihe Ladies and Gen
tlemen of Augusta, that he will bo ready to
I serve them al all times, at his or their houses, in
, 'be line of his profession, and hopes he will nice
share of the public patronage, as he will extract
teeth and slumps,and in tlie easiest manner if ever
, of difficult, ami all its other branches.
Vastti ol UarLon,
A superior dentifrice to any ever offered for
cleaning beautifying and whitening the teeth and
| mnk ng the breath sweet and grceabic.
Which removes all scorbutic humour in the
urns and teeth, and makes them firm at the
Prepared and sold by
At his Drug and Medicine Store, at the Cotton
Range. Sign of the Golden Eagle, Augusta,
Ju'v 4 2
•avuUva's JSUVk ot Rosts.
AN elegant cosmetic lor whitening, softening
and beautifying the skin, and removing pimt
pies, h eckles and chops from the face, neck, Ike.
The Milk ol Roses possesses many qualities, Cor is
not only serves for the above purples, but it put
ihe bloom of youth on age, which valuable property
every lady is fond of enjoying. This beautiful rose
cosmetic has a delightful fragrance, and is an article
wh ch can be used with safety, as it contains noth
ng that will injure the skin, and it is an indispensa
ble article to cveuy lady, and should be found on
Directions.—After being washed and dried
then take a small quantity on a piece of white flan
undue) then wash face neck, bands, &c. Each bot
tle will be signed by the proprietor. Price §l.
Prepared only and sold by E. Audler, sign ofthe
Golden Eagle, Augusta.
July 4 j
AMI Sl'E.Ul BATHS.
DU HOUEL, a French Physician, respectfully
informs the public, that he has established
8 I LAM ai d MEDICAL BATHS in Augusta,
ihe very high repute these Baths have acquired
in Europe, where (although a late discov. ryj
they are to be found in every hospital, and the
great cities'hey have performed in Boston, Phi.
l.delphia and Ulisrksini, cm leave no doubt of
their efficacy. The rn >si gentle as well as the
nv it p werful medicin. s are administered by Bint
means, without any pain, trouble or disgust tn the
Fliey are a never fading remedy in all cutane
ous affections; (rnm Psora, Ringworms, Ike. to
Sealdhead and Leprosy, They also have never
failed of success in either acute or chronic rheu
In glandular obstructions, chlorosis, anasarcons
writings, incipient dropsy; in all diseases.of the
joints, gouty affections, dispersion of tumors, ill
cured syphilis, spasmodic or nervous affections ;
in all bilious disorders, dyspepsia, hypocondriasis’
epilepsy—these baths have been found most ser
viceable, and have often succeeded even in here
htury complaints. Jr. fine, this manner of admin
istering almost every remedy belonging to the
healing art, may be rendered applicable to almost
'■very case, and (it is repea’ed) without any pain,
'rouble, or disgust to the patient. ‘
As these baths are not yet generally known,
Hr. Houel will be happy to give the must res.
portable references to persons who have been
cur d by taki. g them.
TLe intfcam $ .MptUc*a\ Bath
L »iabUs\i me nV,,
I is in Elhs-Street, opposite Mr. If. Mealing’a
dnek House, a d lias an entrance in Broad-street
immediately opposite the city //old
11 ’ 57
L teVuuu’ti Yanaeaa.
sub-icrber iiVvmg discovered tue enmpo*
Jl siliun of SWAIM’S celebrated Panacea;
has now a mppily on lia d for sale : he has redu
ced Ihe Piicetrum §3 59 to §2 50, or by me
All charitable institutions in the United States
and the poor will be supplied gratis.
If the citizens of the principal cities and (owns,
will appoint an agent to order and distribute this
medicine to the poor, it Will he supplied.
This medicine is celebrated lor me cure of the
following diseases, “ scrofula or king’s evil, ulcer
ated or putrid sore throat, long standing riiu
matic affections, cutaneous diseases, white swell
mg, and disease of the bones, and all cases gen
'•rally ol tlie ulcerous character, and chronic dis
rates, generally arising in iT bilitated cunslitu
ions, but more especially from syphilis, or affec
lions arising therefr in ; ulcers iti the lay nix,
'odes, ScC. And that dreadful disease occasioned
by a long and excessive use of mercury, he. It is
'iso useful in disease of the Liver.*’
I have within tlie last two years had an oppor
’unity of seeing several cases of very inveterate
ulcers w inch having resisted previously the regu
lar modes of treatment, wet healed by the use
al Mr. Swaiin’s Panacea, and I do believe, from
wbal I have seen that it will prove an important
remedy in scrofulous, venerial and mercurial dis
eases N. CHAPMAN, M. I).
Professor ofthe Institutes and Practice of
Bbys'c, in the University of Pennsylvania,
I have employed the Panacea of Mr. bwairn in
numerous instances, wiihyi the last tluce years,
and have alway s found it extremely efficacious,
especially in secondary syphilis, and mercurial
liseases. I have no liestitation in pronouncing it
i medicine of inestimable value.
\V. GIBSON, M. I).
I’rofessor of Surgery in the University of Penn
JOHN SHINN, ( bemist.
N. B. For sale at Smith and Pearsall’s, N. E.
orner of Third and Market-streets.
Philadelphia, February 17, 1823. Iml3m 87