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• • Many of the political evilt, under wbi« U every Country in the world labours* are not ow'. ’j; to auy want of love forour Country, but to nu ignor. non of Its icul constitution and interests.** PRIESTLY
NEW SERIES Yol. 11. AUGUSTA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY If, 1825. No. 92.
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IS PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
liY W. J. BUNCE,
LA FAYETTE HAT~"
h opening in Brand street, one door below Mr. Al
ten's Hat Store,
A LA IUSE AND OHXKIIAL ASSORTMENT OF
Drab bos <joa!s
Double St single mill’d Cassimere Pantaloon
Broad Cloth, Satlnett and Corduroy do
Toilineti, Valemia, Sw. • sdown £1 black silk
Blue and black Cloth and Cassimere do
Superfine Linen and Cotton, trilled and plain
Knitted, Option, Worsted and i.arnbswool
Shins and Drawers
Flannel do do
Tartan and Cambist Clo.aks
ladies do i
Boy’s Dresses (
Youth’s dose body Coats
Gentlemen's superfine Hats, some very wide
linmitatiou Leaver do
La Fayette, boys and mens seal skin Caps
Washing, on, Jackson and La Fayette Stocks
Negro Jackets and Tiwsers
House servants Coatees and Pantaloons
Fearnought great Coals
Guernsey Frocks, red flannel Shirts
Striped and Check do
Common Linen do »
Wool ben Gloves, and many other articles l
in his line. <
the above GOODS arc New-Vurk made, anil
wifi be disposed of wholesale and retail, at New-
Tork prices. ,
J. P. Setzc. ■
ToVis\\eA 55lee,\ WaisibftVts, ! !
OfP IE sub sorib-r bus this day received per ship l
Doris from Liverpool, an elegant assortment!
of P dished Steel Wsistbelts, Bracelets, buckles 1
pod Clasps, of the newest fashion, i
Yard Neck Chains,
Hist London flair. Cloth and Habit Brushes,
Perfumed Soaps, &c. he.
March 18 > 7(5
An Elegant Assortment of
JUST RECEIVED AT THE
Yanc'j \Svy BuoA’s SWce,
AMONG WHICH ARE
High Barege, Silk and Gauze
Black Velveteen, for Dresses, ami a variety of
> Striped Silks.
F. Dupont, j
April 112 t 80 ;
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against]
withholding anv Goods, Wares, or Mer- 1
chandize, being part of the cargo of tlie Steam!
Boat Henry lately destroyed by fire—or
.any part of the rigging of said Boat, which may
have come into their possession, or which may be
found on either shore of the River, as the law
will be rigorously enforced against them. Per
sons liaviug any Os the above described proper
ty, are requested to give notice thereof to the
subscriber at this nlace, as soon as possible.
Jacob Moise, Agent.
April 26 87
JL HE inhabitants of Augusta and vicinity, are
informed that a supply of ICE has been received
«t the new Ice House, back of the Eagle-Tavern,
where it may be obtained from sunrise to sunset
every day during the summer.
Persons living at a distance, can have it packed
•so as to keep several dnvs,
Ice House Keeper.
May 3 89
& B. B. Hopkins having deter
mined to reside permanently 011 the Sand-Hills,
wishes to dispose of his house in Augusta- The
terms will be reasonable, aod accommodating as
to payments. As that part of the ciiy is likely to
bee e1 he scene of extensive business, the house
is'r*y avourably .liiuated for that purpose. The
bi Id ig is well calculated for both a store and
dwelling; the lower story being entirely sepal.i
ted imm 'hose ab.ve.
Shim. 1 'he nropertv not be so d by the 35'h of
Apr,l 1 vvi I be Rented. Possession can be had
•n ti fii lof May.
March 18 76
ON BOSTON, H \l, 1 I TORE,
PROVIDENCE, W ASHING I ON CITY,
Ni'.VV VO UK. PR I’ERSBURG, VA.
PHILADELPHIA, CH \RLE3 TUN, S. C.
AND SAVANN AH,
For side by
Beers. Bunnell & St. John,
B sad, corner of ,\V Intnsh street
Ootn and Silvf.b Cent and all kinds of Bank
Notes, Bought and Sold.
N ;'ember T 2 40
H i'oi- § aDo
Augusta Masonic Hall Lottery,
Samuel Hale, “J
Robert R. Reid,
Thomas I. Wray,
William W, Holt, I
John W. Wilde, |
B. D. Thompson, J
1 Prize of g 30,000 is 830,000
1 Prize of 20.000 is. 20,000
4 Prizes of 10,000 is 40,000
4 Prizes of 5,000 ia 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 Prizes of 10 is 50,000
51 75 Prizes, >
12825 Bi inks, $ 180,000
18,000 TICKETS at TEN DOLLARS,
Best than two and .in h.i'f Blanks to a Brize,
I'he prizes only to pe drawn, and to be all
floating from Ihe Commencement except the fol
io wng, wb on w be deposited in the wheal at
definite periods, viz :
oir the first ORAWINO,
1 priafe of 1.0,000 & 1 of 500
3d. I prize of suoo lof 1.000 &1 of 500
3d. I prize of 10 000 & 1 of 500
4ih. I nfize of 5.000 &lof 1 000 &1 of 500
15th. I pr ze of 1000,1 Ik lof 50 ;
16th. 1 prize of 5 000 &1 of 1,000 &1 of 500
7U». 1 prize of JO,OOO &lof 5 000 &1 of 500
IB*h. 1 prize of 20 000 81 1 of 1 000 & 2 of 500
,9th. 1 pr ze of 3U.U00 h. 1 of 1 QOO & 1 of 500
I the Scheme is splendid, and for lichness and
safety of invest meal, •■fT-rs'equal i( not superior
jnducernents to any of the Northern Lotteries.
'l'he whole Lottery to be completed in
Niue Drawings Only,
Prizes pavabl.t in 1 hir y lays atier the con
pletion of the Drawing, it applied for within
Prize I ickets will be received in payment for
my Tickets that may remain unsold in the
icourse of the Drawing,
Present Price of Tickets,
Whole Tickets §lO I Q*miters, g 2 50
Halves, , 5j E ghths, 125 '
For sale in a great variety of numbers at the
COMM IS Sin NEB’S OFFICE
J*To. 2)41, Broad Street.
a few noons below the hank.
(Jj’ Orders foe Tickets and Sh-u 'rom any
part of the United States, BOST PAID, and
lenc.losmg the Cash, addre-sed to the Secretary
will meet prompt attention.
J 8. Beers,
Secretary to the Commissioners,
N. B Darien Bills will be received at par for
I Anril P7
NT or them Bin and W iviskey.
BAUREI S Northern GIN,
70 Harrelii Wh skey,
AJYO FOR SALE BY
April 8 82
TollKN V. ~
JhpA FOR the preaeut Reason, a con-
JJ ML veiitem 11.. use and lot, on the Saul.
I|ll|SQ 'Mis.—For particulars, apply to the
subscriber on the preirl*e«.
Barah M. Fenrlall.
April 19 «5
JbA Two Stores and Lots, upper
enu soum side hr ad U-eet—nearly
opposite R. Mnl nc h 1 o’.a Ware
house ; vh ch will be sold low for
cash or approved acceptance, on reasonable
terms. Apply to
James P. -Maguire.
Div. BV»W fciA,
RESPLC I FULLY announces to his friends
and tlie public, that he his removed 10 Co
lumbia Court-H-use. He may be found at Mr.
Hall’s, vviien not Professionally engaged.
Am 1 15 3t f 84
Person that toot a Lemon Stick, Knife,
A Pencil and Lancet case, containing three
Lancets, are known and are requested to return
them to this office, or their names will be exposed.
April 15 81 64
THOMAS 8. METCALF,
OFFEVLS FOB. SALE.
9® * ,U V !Rf ‘ S LivCT f»«ol'6ro"..d \ 500 llWe. prime Northern Whiskey,
. SM. . 200 do do do Gin, •
o Ul.B. e. prune V:•gum. Corn, 'l2O do do do Rum
SUO Pizoi prime 4* i.eb Hemp ging. , 1U Pipes prime Holland Gin,’
< ] ? ,' ? . 1,,w ’’Wi'S , | 7 Pipes prime Cojusc Brandy,
160 U",is Halo U-pe, large Ik ail sizes, I 3 Hluls. old Jamaica Rum.
5(j() pounds Haggmg Twine, 5 do N. Oil- a,is and W. 1. Rum
60 T >ns Sw des Don, assorted, 1 Pqie superior old Port Wine,
800 i lbs. Share M uibls, 5 30 1-2 1-4 a 1-8 Casks Pico h Sicily Madeira
'2OOO lbs. Hoop and Band Iron, i Wines, J
4d 0 'bs. German Steel | 35 14h L 8 Casks Malaga & Sherry Wines,
?**> j'*' J i' P ll , 17 14 Cafiks “ “ye'’’-” currant Wine,
300 lbs. Swedish I lib Steel, | 20 lib | s> cider and Beer,
4IOUO lbs. Casi; a orled, \ 120 Boxes fresh Muscadel h Bloom Raisins,
40° Casks 2d. .d, 4.! 4 1 2d, stl, 6d, 7d, Bd, J 20 1-2 bbls. and kegs Crackers,
10 1 121, -il 124 , odd fthteoi cut Nails I jqy Gallons prime new Honey,
And 61. 8.1 10« V 1 2d Sc 2t)d Brans, | liQ Hoses No, 1 and 2 Soap,
one? , Pe U " r ; Sp ; ce “ nd G,n f rr ’ I 66 Boxes Fancy Windsor Soso,
2000 p--iiuda Bar Lead, 1 250 Bbls. fresh No. 3 Mackerel',
10u Bags . li'iti ~, , I 150 do do No. 1 ami 2do
; D P’ n V * V tt % V ~ n Wd A’ 150 Half bbls. No 1 and 2do
MG Mgs No 1& 2 lobreco Vornnis Brands, j 0 whoJe a „ d h ll f bbls, shad,
“ l T™■ l6 L u ,ttCC .\*r , ‘ 20 Boxes Cod Fish 100 lbs. each,
200 Malt Quarter-nd, tenth Boxes 'Fhms, * 5000 pounds odd Oven Covers,
_■ ..s Am. ro and • Lahanna L.gars, mo BaColl llamfl ,
100 Quarter and leuth Boxes common Span* 75 Bbls. Northern Floor, !
fin i'll' 1 ' 'ue'ic'" r 'o J 10 Tierces prime Rice,
60 II ids. prune N w Crop Molasses, , ,50 Nes , 3 Ul ! y Measures.
20 Hhds. prune and 2d qmv.ty Sugars, > 2 00 Nests Boxes sin » Nest.
40 bts Muscovado Sugar,. 3</0 Pads. Iron and Wooden Bound,
2., l oxes Uavannah Wfa.te sugars, 200 Straws of TumbLrs,
on hi ?"’ ’j*,, u *’ a f r ’ „ I 30 Thousand Russia Quills,
20 Bbls. and B ixes Li.pip Sugar J 130 Pieces Osnahurgs,
!0; Hags prime and good law Coffee. 25 N() l(j c", Card
35 Boxes Imperial and .Ivson leas. 3u Crate. Crockery assorted in Oratea.
s W n *,?““ S P * ;l y \ 170 White Lead ground in Oil,
For Cash or on a 1 bond credit for City acceptances only.
May 3 89
A V Ait IJ.
SURGEON DEN US!,
At Bachelder & Coiluuse's, Jlroail Sheet, August'
nearly apposite .he Planter's Hotel.
RRSPEC TFULLY informs tl»e Public, that In
ha.- returned again to this Chy, andrespeci
fully sot-cits the Patronage; of the Ladies am
Gentlemen win may require his s> rvices in lb
several Branches of his P-.'t'esseon.—Person
wishing his service in pnva.t Families can call isi.»
isee his work Manufactured on a new principle
1 which lie warrant.
Te«t\\ auA iiuiws.
The diseases ui 'he Teeth and Dunn arc ch ei
ly owing to rnir own neglect ; Ltu parts oT tin
aliments which lodge about them attyr mastic
tion, growing acrid and corrosive the gums ar
thereby first affected, as being the most tendet
parts, alter these corruptions are produced, con
monly called the Tartar of the Teeth, whic;
destroying both’ their texture and whiteness no
only deprives the mouth of its principal on u
dents, but brings on violent tooth aeljes, and rep
mers the Gums livid and putrid «ny! olfensive V
ourselyes and others —Hut though people ii
, general may prevent those ric mveniences, b;
care and at cntioii at first, yet, if) tlicy are otic
. suffered to take place, it is no longer in the pow
. er of the sufferer to remove diem, this being pro
perly the province of the experienced D nti»
who has made the maladies of the Ter h am
Gums, with their attendant evils, the prineips
* bject and e d >f Ins studies.
•Me, WoYauce, Ikutiat,
By long practice, i close a. p canon lisuits
ness, and a thorough knbwK; igc of the sirucinr
of the Teeth ai d Guns, ha made all the open,
fions in those pa ts quite fatn lisr to him, ms
much that what sunn Deotifct* have judged if.
I practicable, he hath performed with ease am
lie places Teeth both real and. artificial, (tmk
ing the latter with pure enamel) from a aingl
one to an entile set so accurately, that they shal
;answer every purpose of the natural. Tims lit
r greatest deficiencies are supplied with onunneni
| winch have (he recomm mdation ofunlny.
Those Teeth that h v>- fallen out their sod;
"els, which frequently happens, though in a pi r
'feet sottnd slate, lie, by a method peculiar to hit.
seif, replaces as firm aa ever, without the leas
pain nr ui'ensoms'. m the patient.
’ He clears the Teeth, if < ver so discnlured.o
all then ;outness and attar, without pain, ui
renders them white and as fairas ever in half at
I teth and Slumps extracted ;u the easiest man
ner. if ever so diffii ud.
He assists young ladies and gentlemen in t'n
• first and second dentition, and remove* 'he Mill
Teeth at proper seasons, lest they should incom
. mode the regular growth ot the succeeding once
and if a deformity of this kind has taken placi
’ thr mgh the want of a Destist, Mr, FI ora nee up
dertakea to correct it; provided the subject i
not more than twenty years old, ami restores thi
Teeth to their natural, regular and beautiful or
N. H. A Tincture and Dentrifice Paste, prepai
ed by him only, which preserves the Teeth ani
. changes (hepi to a beautiful white, cureutfie gum
of the Sctiwey and makes breath at all •imesawep
and agreeable, and cures the Tooth Ache i.umt
diately, wi'h '.roper directions how to use it.
r October 12 31
DU. H \LL, offers his professional attenrianc
to the public, in surgery, the obstetnek ai
and in the practice of Physick.
Apphea ion n.ade at the G. S. Arsenai', ne
i Augusta, Geo. will receive his attention.
A ri c 6 t 87
: F-L persons to whom the estate of Joan !
*t fl\ Laohis. deceased, is indebted, are request
io present their accounts within the time pit
•cribed by law, and those who are indebted t
said estate, are requested to make immediate pay
, ment to
Peter Bennoch, Jldm’r,
July 33, > 8 ‘
DIMOCK & MARstf,
Merchant- Tailors ,
t OPPOSITE THE CITY HOTEL, 1
Have received per the last Steam Boat, a
!■ new and additional supply of \
i aipmsra ;
Winch with their other stock on hand will make
1 neir assortment complete, persons in want are
' 'sportfully invited to call and judge foe them
h 'lves. ,
April 5 81 5
, SCOFIELD, PHELPS &€q. ,
DRAPERS AMD TAILORS
I TAVING formed a connection with Mr. Henry .
~ I.J. Howard, late of Baltimore, have removed 1
teir Establishment to No. 88, Broadway, corner of
Vall-Sireet, where their Business will in future l»c I
j inducted under the firm of 1
SCOFIELD, PHELPS & //OWARD. I
, Vew-Yorh. June, 1823 7 *
DLL) TDU.T WL\E. ~"|
l&'D DEMIJOHNS of old Rorix Port, Vin. f
v age of 1820.—Certified by the Royal Company 0
“ •< Oporto. j,
25 Dozen bottles ditto. Vintage of 1816. a
'( for s/u.f. ay
” A. I. &G. W. Huntington. *1
March 22 17 j]
■U AND <
Commission Business. '
ii At his old stand in Savannah, near toe Fort, and 1
■< prepared to make suitable advances upon all ’
k produce placed in his hands for aa’e. ’ ‘ c
,f John Everingham, jp. £
*1 April 12 «,3 ‘
E. AUDLEK, 9
u n ESPRCTFULLY informs the Ladies and Gen |
Lli tlemen of Augusta, that he will be ready t(
n serve them at all times, at his or their houses, i,
he line of liis profession, and hopes he jvijl mee -
~ hare of the public patronage, as he will extraci
1 eelli and stumps, and in the easiest manner if evei
n ts difficult, and all its other branches.
Paste of Carbon,
n A superior dentifrice so any ever offered foi
i (leaning beautifying and whitening the teeth am
) f making the breath sweet and greeabic.
r SCORBUTIC ESSENCE.
ir - Os Roses,
“ Which removes all scorbutic humour in th
n ims and teeth, pnd makes them firm at th
e Prepared and sold by
At his Drug and Medicine Store, at the Cottoi
Range., Sign of the Golden Eagle, Augusta,
Julv 4 2
a .... ■
rHE Public are cautioned against trespassing
on the Houses and Lots ot the subscribei
i iper end of town—especially against hauling
and nr earth from the river bank or contiguous i
hereto. Each and every person offending shall
have the law rigorously enforced against him of <
W them. v
; le Hugh Nesbit. (
. f .lanttarv 21 60
io — a
y A Large Assortment of
luWMtUe Books, tl
i>r smi* m( this iH/it*.
U'32®iSt,aS ®„ aiAUilLa
H.\S received t iart ol his Spring Supply of
CARRIAGES am) GIGS, winch makes his
assort'iiem ot (i;gs complete—-consisting of first,
second mui third rale Leadier aii(| Suntop bigs,
nne Cosrliee and one Cliaritnee. Being regular
‘V Kll pri!ioi 1 with an extensive as.oitmi nt, direct
frum tlie ’.“Trimis manufactories of Newark and its
vicinity, lip is disposed to tell on n: good termsM
the articles can b ? obtained in Augusta ,
. OO'Orders tor any kind of'Carriages will be
torwsidod and executed in the best manner, at
die manufacturing prices. Gigs and Carriages
built to order. Repairing in all branches, at short
notice, on the most reasonable terms.
March 22 jf 77
AMI SI'KAM BVI’US.
DR HOUEL, a French Physician, respectfully
informs the public, that he has established
5 TEAM a.d MEDICAL BATHS in Augusta,
rhe very high repute these Radis have acquired
in Europe, where (although a late discovery)
they are to be found in every hospital, and the,
gn at cures they have performed i;> Boston, Phi
ladelphia and Charleston, can leave no doubt of
their efficacy. The most gentle as well as the
most powerful medicines are administered by that
means, without any pain, trouble or disgust to the
They are a never failing remedy in all cutane
ous affections; from Psora, Ringworms, Btc. to
Scalding and Leprosy. They also have nevetf
♦ailed of success in either acute or chronic rheu
In glandular obstructions, chlorosis, anassreous
swellings, incipient dropsy j in *ll diseases of the
joints, gouty affections, dispersion of tumors, ill
cured syphilis, spasmodic or nervous affections: I
in all bilious disorders, dyspepsia, hypocondriasis, V
epilepsy these baths have been found most ser
viceable, and have often succeeded even in here
ditary complaints, In fine, this manner of admin
istering almost every remedy belonging to the
healing art, may be rendered applicable to almost
every case, and (it is repealed) without any pain,
trouble, or disgust to the patient. -
As these baths are not yet generally known,
Dr. Hocbl will be happy to give the moat rea
pecfable references to persons who have been
cnrvd hy taki. g them.
r L>e ftteam Mttdical Bath
Is in Rllis-Streel, opposite Mr. H. Healing's
Brick House, a id has an entrance in Broad-afreet
immediately opposite the citv Afoul
January II 57
- - .
Regulating the Meaning of Bouts at the Ifharves.
S*c. 1. Be it pruned hy the City Council of
Augusta, that from and after the publishing of
this Ordinance, no empty boat having leas than
three able and competent men on board at all
times, shall be permitted to fasten to, or anchor
at, ajiy place opposite the city above (lie Bridge,
for more than four days unless when securely tsa
tened with' a strong chain or cable at least fifty
feet in length to a growing tree, noj less than
twelve inches in diameter, and that in the event
of a considerable rise in the River, such empty
boat, not fastened as aforesaid, shall be immedi
ately removed below the Bridge.
2 Bach boat engaged in lading or unlading
during a high river, shall have at least four able
men constantly on board, and shall be securely
fastened or sncli ired, in such a manner as to pre
vent her swinging or drifting on the Wharf.
3. Phe Ci f 'v Marshal, or any other "fficer of
Council shad have, and they are hereby vested
w ill power, an I are required, to remove or cause
to be removed, at the risk and txpense of the
owner, to some place below the Bridge, any b»at
or boats, which may be neglected by the owner
or agent , and for each boat ao removed the . ffi
cer shall be entitled to ten Sullars, to b- rect iv
ed from the boat owner, in the same Manner as
other expenses incurred in the Removal.
4. The owner or owners of any and every boat
shall be liable to a fine, si the discretion of C un
cil, nut exceeding two hundred dollars, for each
and every violation of this Ordinance, and shall
moreover repair all dam ges done to the Wharves
or Bridge in consequence of such violation.
Done in Council, the sth January, 182.5
k. R, Keid,
Mayor of the city of Augusta,
By the Mayor
Gao. M Walks*, Clerk.
Anril 22 85
CoU.ttc.toc and UttCttiyttr’a
WE will attend st the following times ant)
places, for the purpose of collecting ths
’ ax. a if the year eighteen hundred and twenly
f lor (1824) ami receiving ro'urns of Taxab'e
Proper'y for the year eighteen hundred and
■ went\ jive (1825), v ; z. at the City H'tel, on
Monday the 25th of Apr.i), 9th and 23rd of May
next, at the Globe Tavern, on Tuesday the 26'h
o I April, 10111 and 24ih ot May next—st 'he
Planters’ Hotel, on Wednesday the 27 h of April
and 11th and 25th of May next, and will re
main from ten to one o’clock, A. M. at each
Tax Collector, Richmond County,
M F. Uojsclair,
Receiver Tax Returns, Richmond County,
April 12 Hi
'll. HE subscriber having resumed the prac'.'c*
at LAW, tenders his services to the public. H«
will attend most of the Courts in the Western
Circuits, the adjoining couipjes in the Flint and
Ocmulgee, and toe counties of l.n wrens, I wiggg
and Pulaski, in the Southern Ciicuits.
Thomas W. Harris.
OT,/’ Letters addressed '•> Inin Monroe, Wal
ton county, will be attended to.
February 8 3m 6£