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AUGUSTA fc 5 SAVANNAH
Line of Stages.
THE Augusta and Savannah line of
Stages will be continued by the
subscriber, who trusts his unremitting
attention to the LINE, in endeavoring
to render passengers safe ami comfort
able, will secure him a coutinuance of
public patronage. He at the same
time informs them that the STAGE
OFFICE is removed from Ashton’s
Tavern, to Mrs. LONGSTREET’S
September 20. 9
A Chair & Harness,
Complete.—Apply at this office.
December 6. 20
Mrs . M. Cliatjield ,
INFORMS THE LADIES OF AUGUSTA;
ALSO OF THE COUNTRY,
That she has just arrived from New- York
with a General Assortment of the most
Fashionable Straw Bonnets,
Couland Silk Shags,
AKD SILKS OT EVERT DESCRIPTION,
FOR THE PURTOSE OF BONNET-MAKING
And a?i Assorttnent of
Black, White, and Coloured
A hard some Collection of
Leno Shawls Es? Muslins
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Together with a number of Articles
suitable for the Ladies, who may de
pend on having any article in her line
of business, made upon the shotcst
Ootober 4. 11—
Beggs & Barnes,
HAVE JUST OPENED,
at the corner store lately occupied by
A FRESH ASSORTMENT OF
Which they will sell very low for
CASH Or COTTON.
They have also Received on Consignment
Fine Rose Blankets,
London particular Madeira Wine,
in halt pipes and quarter casks,
And a few casks of Hibbert and
Sons’ Best BROWN STOUT.
November 29. 19
Just Received ,
10 PUNCHEONS 4th proof
6 Htids. prime Muscovado Sugar,
25 Barrels do. do. do.
1 Pipe Holland Gin,
1 Ditto Northern ditto,
5 Quarter Casks Sherry Wine, ,
1 Hhd. Loaf Sugar,
3 Tierces ditto,
3 Boxes Chocolate,
2 Tons Swedes Iron,
2 Country ditto,
1 Ditto Blistered Steel,
% Ditto German do.
1 Bale low priced coating,
1 Ditto Kendal Cottons,
9 Pieces Duffel! .Blankets,
I Box 4-4 Irish Linens,
1 Ditto | ditto,
2 Trunks Fashionable Calicoes,
2 Bales Ilumhums,
20 Kegs White Lead.
Which will be sold WHOLESALE
and RETAIL, cn very reasonable
terms, for Cash or Cotton.
HARRISON fcr HAMILTON.
Augusta, Dec. 20, 1806. 22
THE Subscriber intending to leave
Augusta, offers for sale his
HOUSE V LOT
therein—Also, his Sand-Hill Residence,
containing 65 acres of land, with a con
venient Dwelling House, and necessary
out houses, within 120 yards of an ex
cellent Spring of pure water. There
are near 800 bearing Peach, and vari
ous other fruit trees ; enclosed with a
good fence and within four miles of
Augusta. The terms may be made
known by applying to the subscriber,
or in his absence to Doctor Harris, or
Nicholas Ware, Esq.
December 20. 22
of every description executed at
this office, with neatness and
Has Just Received,
And is now opening a Large and General
Consisting oj such articles as are generally
in demand at the present season,
TOGETHER WITH A HANDSOME
MEN’s Fine h Coarse Shoes,
LEATHER, he. he.
ALSO, A QUANTITY OF
NORTHEN CIDER, of an
CHEESE, POTATOES, he.
All of which will be sold on the low
est terms for cash or any kind of
November 22. 3m 18
Benjn. Hall , & Co.
Respectfully inform their friends and the
public, that, they have Just Received at
their Store , one door below Air.
Randolph's Printing office, the
which they will sell low for cash or
countrt produce , nr
WHOLESALE or RETAIL,
— viz —
BACK STRAP and common
Fair Top Boots,
Suwarrow and three quarter ditto.
Men’s Coarse and Fine Shoes, assorted,
Boy’s ditto. do. do. do.
Lady’s Kid, Morocco & Leather Slippers
Misses Morocco and Leather do.
Children’s Leather Sc Morocco Buskins,
Waxed Calf skins, Fair top ditto.
Seal skins, Caif skins and Cordevan
Men and Women’s Saddles,
Plated, and Common Bridles,
Horsewhips and Whipthongs,
Saddle Baggs, „
Men’s Caster and Rorum Hats.
Lady’s and Boy’s ditto.
Shoe Blacking and Shoe Brushes—
Together with a Jew Reams of
November 15, 1806. 17
Jockey Club Races .
At a meeting of the augusta
jockey club on the 20th Inst.
RESOLVED, that the Races
for the ensuing year commence on the
last Wednesday in January, 1807, free
for any Horse, Mare or Gelding, from
any part of the world.
The Purses and Distances as Follows ,
v — VIZ —
First day’s running, four mile heats,
for a purse of 0 500.
Second day’s running, three mile
heats, for a purse of 0 300.
Third day’s running, two mile heats,
for a purse of 0 200.
Fourth day’s running, a sweepstake,
two mile heats, fur the entrance money
and overplus, supposed to be worth
from 0 250 to 350
The weights and regulations agreea
ble to the established rules.
By order of the Club.
GEO : S. HOUSTON, Sec’ry.
November 22, 1806. 18
Officers for the ensuing year.
John Catlett, President,
Chesley Bostick, Vice Pi esident,
Geo : S. Houston, Secretary ,
Geo: F. Randolph, Treasurer.
A YOUNG and likely coun
ty born Negro Woman, she is a good
cook, washer, and ironer, and sold for
no fault but want of employment....En
quire at this office.
July 19. a—
SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1807.
G. S. Houston, & Co .
Respectfully inform the public tha
they have recently received from
LEE’S PATENT AND
an additional and Fresh Supply of those valu
able Medicines, which, as annodynes, preven
tions or cures of the diseases to which the hu
man body is subject, either from imprudence,
change of climate, accidents or natural causes,
are unrivalled—in the words of an old physician
on this subject, we may add Experentia Docet—
they having now been in general use through
out the United States, for seven years past,
and attended with general success, when used
agreeable to the directions ; for, in the lan
guage of Chesterfield
“ If ’tis worth while to use a thing,
“ ’Tis worth while to use it right.”
They are well known and attested to by nu
merous certificates in our possession, as un
parrallelled in the following diseases:
Coughs & Colds Diseases of the
Gout, Tetters, &C.
Rheumatism, Inward weak-
Palsey, Nervious disor*
Head Ache, ders,
Tooth Ache, Ague & Fever,
Corns, Ike. See. „
To those afflicted with nervous disorders'
lowness of spirits, loss of appetite,indigestion*
&.c. See. is recommended
Hamilton's Grand Restorative.
It is proved by long and extensive experience
to be absolutely unparalleled in the uure of
Nervous disorders, Consumptions, Lowness of
Spirits, Loss of Appetite, impurity of Blood,
Hysterical Affections. Inward and. Seminal
Weakness, Flour albus (or whites) Barronness,
Violent cramp in the stomach and back, In
digestion, Melancholy, Gout in the Stomach,
Pains in the Limbs, Relaxations, involuntary
Emissions, Impotency, &c. &c.
Hamilton's Worm-Destroying Lozenges.
Which have within four years past, cured
upwards of one hundred and twenty thousand
persons of both sexes, of every age and in e
very situation, of various dangerous complaints
arising from worms and from obstructions or
foulness in the stomach and bowels.
Hamilton's Llixir ;
A sovereign remedy for colds, obstinate
coughs asthmas, sore throats, and approaching
consumptions,—They are particularly recom
mended to parents who may have children
afflicted with the
The Anodyne Elixer ,
For the of every kind of head ache.
The Damask Lip Salve ,
Is recommended (particularly to the ladies
as an elegant and pleasant preparation) Fot
chopped and sore lips, and every blemish and
inconvenience occasioned by colds, fever, Bcc.
speedily restoring a beautiful rosy color and de*
icate softness to the lips.
The Genuine Persian Lotian,
Celebrated for preventing and removing
blemishes of the face and skin of every kind,
particularly freckles, pimples, pits after tha
Gotland's real and genuine Lotion.
Hahn's Anti-Bilious Pills ,
Are recommended for the prevention and
cure of Bilious and Malignant Fevers.
Restorative PowderJor the Teeth & Gums
Dr. Hahn's Genuine Eye-Waur.
A sovereign remedy for all diseases of the eyes.
The only remedy yet discovered, which
gives immediate and lasting relief in the most
The Sovereign Ointment for the Itch ,
Which is warranted an infallible remedy in
Anderson’s Pills, tfc.
Hamilton's Essence and Extract of
Celebrated for the cure of the Gout, Rheu
matism, Palsey, Sprains, Bruises, &c.
A large and Fresh supply of the Indian
Vegitable Specific ,
A safe, speedy, and pleasant cure for a cer
tain dreadful disease—Prepared by Dr.Lenatx.
The above medicines sold only by appoint
ment cf the sole Inventor and proprietor, at
their Store, Broad-street, Augusta.
January 11. 29
PERSONS w ishing to procure
Lumber, can be furnished by making
application at this office.