, 4, 1825.
Thk Anti-Georgians North and East of
this will be sorely astounded at the news
i of the re-election of Governor Troup.
Thsy, finding their interposition in our
matters treated with merited will
) exclaim against the hardiness m the ma
jority in this State in running fall tilt, and
that tOo in the face of their friendly cau
tions, upon their own ruin. They will at
tribute this signal success of the Republi
can p.arty to the influence of the moon, to
intrigue, corruption and an unhappy delu
sion. But we thank our fortune that those
politicians have never been criterions for
■ üß> an ,l we are confident that the applause
of every good man will follow an opposi
tion to the principles 7'f those who have de
clared tha: the Republican party was “ the
jscnm of the political pot,” ar| d that “it
was unbecoming a moral and religious peo
ple tp rejoice in the successes i's wur coun
try over her enemits.” We ca.n teU them
that Georgia has a Governor who vyiH with,
pleasure lay down his life to support the
Union for a single day,” hut who will a’t
the same time oppose in extremis any vio
lation of our rights as a free and indepen
dent people, ami with firmness and mode
ration support our just claims even if they
are unpleasant or disagreeable to the pre
sent Executive of the United States, its
special agents, &c.—We doubt not but that
the unanimity of our present Legislature
in forwarding the good works of internal
improvement, in the broadeat sense of the
word, whether in the opening of Roads and
Canals, or in the protection and patronage
of Science, will utterly refute the opinion
that has been attempted to be propagated
abroad, that Georgia while she should be
attending to things of infinitely greater im
port, has been ruinously divided by internal
political jarings and the bitterness of par
The election over, the will of the
people ascertained, the minority, we dare
to Say, will be as forward to support the
designs and exertions of the present Gov
ernor, when directed to the welfare of the
Republic as the majority itself, ami no op
portunity will be lost by either party, to
improve our internal condition and add to
tin* happiness MP the oeonle.
John C. Calhoun has been recently
feasted at Columbia in Sbiitli-Carolina, and
John Q- Adams, waited unon in Boston
by ‘i* B personal and political friends: among
.morn was that most inveterate of all Fed
eralists Josiah Quincy. Mr. Adams vas
more considerate than Mr. Calhoun, in that
he saved his friends and admirers tie pain
ful necessity of subscribing £ 5 f >r a dinner,
a sum not to be disregarded in these times
where the surest ate failing, and the price
•f cotton at so low an ebb.
—— ■■ .
Canal Celebration —We iearti with much
satisfaction that the Society of Hatters in
tend to oiake a most splendid and numerous
display at the approaching canal celebration.
TViey will be joined by their I an from
Brooklyn, and from several t in New
Jersey. They are to have a stage drawn bv
eight horses, and on it will be exhibited du
ring the rout, all the various process by
which these indespensihle article of conve
nience requires its shapd, " its very form &
pressure,” From the zeal ami spirit so
early manifested by this respectable class of
citizens, it is evident that they intend, on
the present occasion, that the reputation of
their profession shall be acknowledged as
well as felt. [_Neiv York Advocate.
Singular Law Sait,~~lt will be recol
lected by our readers that at the July term
of the court of common pleas, a suit was
prosecuted by I. Danlorth against Lieut.
J. O. Battles, to obtain payment for the
powder used in firing a salute on the re
ceipt of the intelligence of the election of
Piesident, and that the jury could not agree
upon a verdict. Ihe case was again tried
at the October term, ami a verdict obtained;
for the defendant. We do not pretend to
doubt the integrity of the jury : but it seems!
to be a hard case, that neither Jacksonites
nor Adamites will pa y, and that Mr Uan
lorlh must lose the expense of the powder.
Ihe proverb, Those who dance must pay]
the piper, seems, in this case, to be rever
set * [Boston Courier.
At Vlbauv, HEN'RV n HlTNTh’li
* “■« REBECCA EDEN, of that city!
Mr X ' f Wra trov'" in f ,h ' s ci, y- ""J hur ' a »y i7lh uil.
ItiS ag-« ” son of Mrs. Aim feox, to the 23d year of
Irish Y oAwulesra \ \ I
APPEAR on your Parade fir uni, on Green. -
street on SATURDAY, ttie slh inst. at half
3 oast 2 ' ’clock, P. M. in winter uniform, agreea
. ble to the bye law- of the Company. .
fly order of Capt. OORMICK, ,
‘ Rayfield, O. S.
3 November 4 It 38
C HA niLTOJV RfFLKMKX ! !
A!' CRN!) a Company Meeting, on TUESDAY
EVENING, the Btb iirt. n' 7 o’clock, at th
• C 'tnpi |, iy’ s Room, prepared to settle your quarter
( ty diis. and to elect a treasurer, Secretary, and
on cominiwioned officers for the year ensuing.
I By order of Lieut. Gould, |
t Grant, 0. S.
N ivemb-r 4 2' 38
HEORGIJ BL UES ! !
A VAR on yrur Parade Ground, in front of
Presbyterian Churchy TO MORROW a'
.10 . A. M. i rmed and equipped, prepared
to' .Or the M»dai.
1 By order of Capt. M Kfbn,
t Kay ford, 0. S.
> 'November 4 t* f
; & The VlcmfV rs °f the Augusta
! SUNDAY SCHOOL UNi’h'N, are requested to
I attend,a special mce'ing c’f Ibe Society at the
,L c» room, over the Free School, this kvkw.
ing .. o’clock.
1 Board of Managers are particularly re.
|", : -d to attend at the same time,’. * s aome bo
■st 'ess of importance will be before l.h “ Society,
3 la general attendance is requested.
. I Hy request of the President,
l' J. Mann, Sec’ri/.
November 4 It 38
Engine iVo. 5.
S MTIPi members are notifi-d to attend at their
8 1 Engine House, on MONDAY next, at 4 o’
clod, P. M. to elect a Lieutenant in room o;
e Wm. H. Egan, resigned,
November 4 It 38
; kkdifisil 9
0 AUGUSTA, GEORGIA.
9 O thifl Tiatobllei) 11 nr mi in
Building formerly called the BRIDGE BANK
f the subserber respectfully solicits the attention
] and patronage - f his friends in the country, and
in the city s and nf all others elsewhere, whose
1 sunporf is worthy to be desired,
w He tenders assurances that its accommodations
a-e agreeably calculated to be a comfortable rest
ing nlnce for single travellers, and for families :
5 ard for comlant boarders, a quiet and a pleasant
. bt me.
charges will be as reasonable as those rs an 1 .
- house nf similar conveniencies, and of equal res
N ivetrb r 4 4t 38
n o TO RENT,
pIMI. A- commodious Dwelling
1 tlouss on Hon iton.street, b tween Green and El
■ lis s'ree's, containing four Rooms and in each
i Room a fire-place—Enquire at the pr< mis-s or of
R. K. Reid. -
i Nsvemher 4 38
Notice to tJieAitors.
. T? ' 7 will please to take notice that I shall ap-
I- gly to the Honorable ths Inferior Court ol
Richmond county, at thrir next regular term in
December, for the benefit of thv several acts o( A
- be Legislature of the State of Georgia “ for the 0
i r lief of insolvent debtors and lieircrfH.'nrs.” w
Chauncy Bradley. 0
i November I, 18?5 3! f 3 .1
4TIHREE pieces of fine black Sin-diews being
■»* lately taken (rum a pad. age of dry goods in
Hamb mg, and-deposed to bare been or will be
fl’ered tor sale in Augus-a; whosotv.r slops
meiD, or will discover the person offering them r
for sale, shall receive a reward of Five Dollars. |,
and the thanks of the owhier, who is apo r man,
Co nmunications addressed to K. .1. Hamburg JJ
Post-Office, will be thankfully received. b e
November 4 2*l 38 v
fcA ij A j °
i®D<l)D BUSHELS (or Sale in lots to sni I)
iPut-cha-crs —Apply to jj
Ralph Ketchura. h
November 1 oi t/ „
Administrator’s Sale. JJ
BY ortler of the honorable the Inleri' r Court, a
will be sold at the Market House in the Citi j (
o! Augusta, on the fi st l uesday in January next,
belw-en the usual hours : .
Two Slaves, viz. Roxina & Har- "
ry, belonging to he Estate of the late John La
rut hers, arid sold (or the benefit of the heirs and
R. H, Wilde, Jtdm’r.
November 4 p d 38 r ;
*■ ! c<
For sale at this Office . IH
THE NEW LINE OF
'' rMb'&Kimtr i■■ frt. i ;ri- »*
Between Augusta and Charleston,
19 N.,\v 19 COMPLKTB OiI UKII.
HOUSES are fine, and the Drivers care
-I hil; and lhe proprietors pledge themselvs
thatnothing shall be wanting that will render con
venience to the passengers. Ihe Stages wdl
leave Augusta, every Sunday, Wednesday and
Friday, at 4 o'clock, A. M ; and arrive in Charles
on in less than two d ys.
PARE through, gl2 30 cents. Fur seats, an
ply at the CITY-HOI EL.
November 4 fit ;,;t
BACON and FLUUkT
a© 9 ®D® I BS. Baltimore BACON, ofa
! 50 Barrels superfine Flour, Haxall’s Brand,
50 do Baltimore Moward-street do
Just received, a -.d for sale by the subscriber,
at No. 3H, nmun-sTR£ET.
' TixpecVeA this Day,
Prime Gosi en Butter, Rce, Sperm and Tal
low Candles and Buck Wheat Flour.
November 4 38
C OMMISSI OJ\r STOU E,
No. 325, BROAD-STREET.
rHE Subscriber continues to transact the AUC
TION and COMMISSION BUSINESS. And
will make liberal advances on Cons gnments.
October 21 34
IS OPENING A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Which it made up in a -workman-like manner, and
»J the buts materials ;
jRI.UE and Black superu’ie Orest Coats,
Do. do. 2d Quality,
Bute, Claret, Olive and Pat,-'*n’s gray mixed
Blue and Drab Box Coats,
Coatees of different qua l ies,
Youths’ biue Sit'd black Coats,
Cassimere and Ci'dh Pautalaond, of almost any
colour and prices,
Sattineit, Corderoy & pin me -bang dp . do.
Blue and black cloth V.'vts,
French, India & English 5.1 k Vests,
S Ik Velvet ... do.
Great variety of Fancy do.
Linen, Colton, Frilled and Plain rfhirts, (somt.
Knitted, Cotton and Worsted Drawers,
Worsted and Lamb’s wool knitted Shirts,
Fine flannel Shirts and Drawers,
Tartan and Camblet do.
Fearnought great Coats,
Boy?,’ and Mens sea'-skin Caps,
Gentlemen and Youth’s Hals,
Hosiery, Gloves, &c.
House servants Coatees and Pantaloons,
Negro Jack' t- and 'Browsers,
Check’d, strip’d, and coa-se linen Shirts, 1
Guernsey Frocks, 1
Red flannel Shirts. k
THE ABOVE GOODS
Will be disposed of wholesale and retail, a o
New York prices. 9
No. 234, BBOAD-STHKKT,
Three doors above the Post Office.
October 21 34
OIVIiiESIJ, No. id.
55anft &tate of Georgia, 1
‘■avannah, 2ls'. October, 1H25.
lIHE Board of Directors having THIS DAY.
declared a Dividend of six per cent, per
Annum, or g 3 per Share, on the Capital Stock
}f this Bank, for the last six months, the same
whl be paid to the respective Stockholders there
as, or to their order, on and alter Tuesday next.
Jiy order of the Hoard,
A. Porter, Cashier. 1
October 28 3t ''36 I,
Warning to the Public'. *
A LL persons are advised to be upon *
/V their guard against I)h. Elihu Lee »
Caiu ledge, who has recently left an amia- a
hie wile and three small children, and elo- *
ped with another woman. He had been
employed by his aged father (who is up r
wards of 80 years of age) to collect a sum r
of money, amounting to 2,400 dollars, all s
of which belong to orphans ; which lie has K
embezzled and fled with, leaving a great
many contracts and debts unsettled. He *
is about 29 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches it
high, of a spare make, very active, large s
nose, and a man of remarkable forward i
manners. It is possible he may try to im
pose himself upon some Jphristian Church,
as he has a letter from the Baptist Church "
in South Carolina to join such others as he
wishes.—May the innocent and unsuspect r
ing escape his villainy.
James Cart ledge, jr.
November 1 2t f 38
IC?“ The editor of the Charleston Cou
ier, will publish the above twice (once a h
week for two weeks) and forward his ac- tt
:ount to the Post-Office, Columbia Court-
House (Ga.) fur payment.
TWO DRAWINGS OVER!!
And all the CAPITAL PRIZES Hill undrawn
except one g 100 U pri/,e.
Never was there such a chance for making a
Ihe 9di November,
The Third Drawing
WILL TAKE PL ICE,
Some of toe valuable Prises then to be placed
in the wheel may be losi be delay.
(tT* TICKETS may be hud lor the present at
die original price at
No. 241, Bruad.Stieet.
WHOF.E TICKETS, «10 00
HALVES, 5 00
QUARTERS, 2 50
j. 8. tteers,
Secretary to the Commissioners.
Sept. 4 3;
INSURANCE VO, OPA.YF,
Incorporated hy the Lcg.ilatilre of the State of
JVriv Fork, far the purpose of Insuring
Rouses and other Rniidings,
And other personal Property
LOUS OR- DAMAGE BY
To Insure against the He i di of Inland Naviga
tion or Transportation
Whifih haa all been paid in CASH, and the pub
lie may rely with confidence upon the whole sum
being alwava available to meet its engagements.
The subscriber having been appointed Agent
for the above Company will, in its name, Inaun
against Loss by Fire and Hazard of Inland Navi
gation, on as favourable terms as can be done in
A. C fun field,
Agent for Howard Insurance Company.
N, B. Persons living in the country can hav»
Insurance effected by addreasi ig the Agent, giv
ing a description of the premises to be insured 1
Augusta, Oct. 25, 1825 35 ia (
NEWARKj NEW-JERSEY, £
HAVE spp limed tile Subscriber their Agent
who will receive proposals for INSURANCE
against FIRE, and the Ri-ka of
on the most liberal terms, at Nr. 269, Broad f
Janie* Harrison, Agent.
October 28 is c 36
JAMES 7 APJDO Ws/ILL. «
Has removed to the corner Store, in it Kenzik
& Bkiskoch’s Brick Building, x
C Corner of Broad and Campbell’s Sleets ) \
WIURE UK IS VOW RECEIVING, ’
Ar. extensive and well assarted supply of — I'
fall and winter
®SXSMD3 9 V
AMUKO WHICH AUK— I.
LONDON Duffl-t and Rose Blankets, Red, a
white, and green Flannels, white Plain, and 0
Heavy Cassmetts, for negro clothing, super blue, i
ulack and tnix.ura Cloths and Cassimeres. black „
and blue mixture Satineits, Carolina and Scotdi
Plaids, blue Camblets, Hosiery assorted, plait A
and figured Uombaz Us, Prims assorted, Linens
and Lawns, bird eye and Prussia Diapers, 4 i n
and 6 4 Cambrics assorted, plain and figured b ,ok u
and Swiss Muslins, Jaconet and Mull do, ric; W
figured clack and colored Silks, super biack Its
liatt Lustring and Leventine Silks, green 11. |>
rence do Canton and Nankeen Crapes, figured o
robe Dresses, Barege (or Ladies Dresses, (baud ~
some patterns.) Peruvian Dresses, Gauze Hand 0
xerchiefa and Scarfs, Scarlet, blank Merino and P
Cassimere Sb»wis, black Bumbi z»en«, Ladies /
and Gentlemens Gloves, Linen Cambrics ami J
Linen Cambric Hanakeidhh ft, thread and 80l
inett Laces, Uobinett Veils and Tippets, Clark’s
spool Cotton. It
Domestic Goods Assorted, tyc. itfe. a
and DAU.r txrtit r ro itbcsivc,
Large Tortoise elmll, Tuck and sole Combs,
mock Shell do. Looking Glasses as orted, silk
Umbrellas and Parasols, he, he.
Winch are offered at low prices, wholesale oi
retail for CASH or approved Paper,
October 21 4t r 34 i
TO RENT ~~ H
THE upper Tenement in the
Brii'ge Bank, occupied by R. H ( ]
The Ho tae on Bllis-street, lateh ti
in the poasesaion of Mr. J. S, Coombs—Appl, It
October 18 5t 33 5
M’OOWAIA. & "RtSTB,
HAVE removed into the Hrick lluiMiiir n O.i up.
In 1). (up stairs.) homed aicly in the rea
of M.Kitftzia <> Bkvioch’s ’ftpfck Buildhinf,"hn
Broad-a<ri%t| a.id ofthr tluir remaining STOCK
fiy Wholesale, at rcireiA’ly Imti price), for CM
or '/'own (icirp ntiirt on/u
Country Slercnsiits and ,tliers will find it much
o their interest to call, as it is intended t» close
the concern as early us possible.
I'he• fulh-mittg combines ,he assortment lii part ;
BALKS ejiira »u;.er heavy London Duffle,
Point and udae Blank its.
2 Hales (Kay Si Sons) super White Plains,
7 8 wide k
22 Pises red. whitA aid yellow Flannels,
40 Piece* plain and ired black Bomb zetts,
Black, bln-, drab and olive, double » id s.n
gle m,I.M Clothes and Caasimeres.
Bine, crimson amt lie's ro it Pelice Cloths,
Mcv.’s, woolen’s aid boy's white, black and
mined lambs wo. I, wefaL-'d an i cotton
Tbe above Woollens were imported last No.
vfmbdf, and are ol uprrior quality, and much
lower charged than those imported this Fall.
S 5 4 i, 54, 64, 7 4 and fi 4 black, plaid and
* ” Merino Shawls, winch will be sold
hy t ie si gle, at first oust.
Ifb) Pieces Irtish inipoi ted 4 4, 5 4 and 6 4 Cam
Book, Leno and Mull Muslins,
TOOETHKH Will! A OKIVEII AI, ASNOIITMKNT OF
Cotton Uoods, Sft. #c.
Ociobcr 11 ls ' 3
Edwauo F. Campbell, A
Phi«a. M.’ Collooe. [tN EQUITY,
et. al. )
South-Carolina, Edgefield District.
IN obedience to an order of the Court of
Equity, will be sold at Hamburg, South-
Carolina, on the slh day of December next,
1 on a credit of one, two ami three years,
with ihterest from the date, all that “Tract
or Plantation of Land, lying at the junc
tion of Horse Creek and Savannah River,
and within two miles of Augusta, contain
iig ... acres, be the same more or less.
The purchaser will be required to give
bond and security with a mortgage of the
premises, to pay in cash the cost of suit
and for a title deed.
Commissioner in Ei/uitu.
Edgefield, C. H. ) ,
28ih Oct. 1825. ( Ftd 38
|C7* For the evidences of title and a
more particular discription of the land, ap
ply to B. F. Campbell, Augusta.
~ Sheriff’s Sale.
fVill be sold on the first Tuesday in Janu
ary next, at the Market-House, in the ci
ty °f Augusta, between the usual hours
’ of sale:—
Four ffegrocs, viz. Rachael, Toney, Bris
td and Ruse, levied on as the property of
A, Rhodes, to satisfy a fi. fa. on the fore
closure of a mortgage, Thomas Gumming
vs. said A. Rhodes. n
The following Negroes,.viz. Charles Gil
bert. a man, Nancy a woman, Gabriel and
William children, Jinny a woman, Biddy,
Alfred, Sarah, Phoebe, arid Ann Eli/.a, chil-
Iren ; levied on as the property of A.
Rhodes, to satisfy a fi. fa. on the foreclo
sure of a mortgage, Anderson Watkins vs.
said A. Rhodes.
Peter F. Boisclair , Sh'Jf a. c.
November 1, 1825. r td 38
fPill be sold on the first Tuesday in De
cember next, at the toUrt-House door, in
Waynesborough, Burke county, within
sale hours :
One Negro man, named Nelson, levied
im as the property of Robert E. Brodnax,
to satisfy sundry fi, fas. from a Justices
Court of said county, at (he suit of James
Anderson against Stephen W. Blount, and
Robert E. Brodnax.
Three Negroes, viz. Luce, Susan and
Elizabeth ; levied on as (lie property of
Lewis Byne, to satisfy sundry fi. fas. from
t Court of said county, at the suit
d L B. Marsh, Executor of Jane Bennet,
leceased, against Lewis Byne, Richard
Byne and Administrator ol Redding D.
One Jack, levied on as the property of
Bawls, to satisfy an Execution in favour of
Thirty-five Acres of Land, more or less,
)eing the interest of Henry J. Holliday in
200 acres ol land, adjoining lands of Sime
>n Lowery and others, levied on as the pro
perty of Henry J, Holliday, to satisfy two
ft. fas. in favor of Ezekiel Inman.
Oue Hundred Acres of Land, adjoining
lands of Henry Crew and others, levied on
is the property of Arthur Royals, to satis
ry a fi- f a - in favour of William Ligon.
Jbo T. Forth, a. b. c.
October 28, 1825 f 38
GLUUGIA, Columbia County.
WHEREAS Mr*. Anna Slke», applies for Let
ters ol Adminis ration on the Estate of
H< my Sikes la l e of said county, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
»nd singular, the kindred and creditor* of the a u ,d
leceayed, to be and appear at my office, w'tbin
he time prescribed by law, to file their obj r
ions (it any they have) to shew cause why ssiii
etters should not be granted.
G.vcn under my hand at office, in Columbia,
this 30th day of Octobe , 1525.
38 H. Crawford, Clk,