boxes sabjects a post master to th« addi
tional labor of keeping an account'for
postages with those who take them, w uch
he is not otherwise required to do. 1 be
lieve no post master has furnished them
at a lower rate than Mr. Frazer. Per
sons in other towns who do not ta^e box-
1, generally receive their letters by the
penny post, which costs them two cents
on each, amounting to much more than
the expense of the box. If no charge
were made for a box, every person in the
c jtv would he equally entitled to the Use
of one, as no favoritism is permitted in|a
public office, and this would totally pre-
-dfveut their use, They must therefore of
necessity be discontinued, or continued
on the present principle, against which I
have never before heard a complaint.
Extract of a Letter to the Editor of the Fayette
ville Observer, dated
“Raleigh, Dec. 5, 1827.
“ I have merely time to give you the re
mit of the single balloting' which took
place yesterday, for Goveror:
James Iredell. 66
Richard D. Speight, 60
William Potk, 24
John Stanly, 21
John Owen,, 13 riot a candidate.
Immediately after this balloting the
name of Mr. Starffy was wiihdrawn from
the nomination.* The result very uncer
“ A resolution moving for the appoint
ment of a select committee to enquire in
to the expediency of altering the Electo
ral Law to the District System, was sub
mitted, but laid on the table as soon as
“John Stanly, Esq. the member elect
from the town of Newbern, yesterday re
signed his seat as a member of the House
of Commons. It is thought that the .Hon.
William Gaston will succeed him.
John S. Haywood, the Treasurer elect,
'.his day resigned his appointment.”
A commercial friend haj iurnis
following comparative statement of Cotton re
ceived in Augarsta, from which a considerable
ratling off this season will be perceived, attiibut
ed. in some measure, to short crops
Amount of Cotton received in Au
gusta and Hamburg, to 1st Dec.
1826, 47 137 bare?.
Received same period, 1827, 3-4.984
J. -L. OLMESNIL.
. [ O ESPeCTFULLY informs the Ladies and
tNAH DEC. 4 | JgJtGeatlemeu of Augusta and its vicinity, that
tied fts witn the | y s f, rst p ar .y will take place on Tuesday next,
j the 1 lth inst. aud writ continue on every Tuesday
j throughout.the season, at his usual Room on
Decrease, 12,152 bales
Amount on hand in Ware-houses
1st Dec. 1826, 2S,'9S4 bales.
On hand in do. 1st Dec. 1827, 15,476.
The Literary Cadet states, tha^ at a
teceiU meeting of the friends of General
Jackson, in Lancaster county,- Penn., a
committee of seven was appointed, de-
nominated.the Committee of. Vigilance
since which four of.the seven have declin
ed serving on said committee, "and have
published cards in the papers to dial effect.
One of them, Mr. Keister, writes as fol
lows : I am a democrat, .and a friend to
the laws of my country, and cannot, there
fore, give my support to Gen’l Jackson,
who has so often transgressed those laws,
i have made up my mind to sjpport the
present administration, as I find nothing
Decrease, 13,208 bales.
December 8tb 1827.
Cotton—Consderable sale of Uplands were
made the beginning of the week at 9 to 9A cents
from fair to good qualities, and' prime lo.ts at 10
cents—but the late accounts from Liverpool have
caused an unwillingness on the part of purchasers
to buy at these prices-—Sav. Republican. ,.
NEW-YORK, NOV. 30.
COTTON.—The Market wears a very gloomy
aspect; The sales from 23d to 29th inst. inclu
sive, we estimate at about 1,000 bales onsisting
principally of Uplands, old from 8^ a 9A ; new
10 a lOJ. and New-Orleans, o'd, from 1 iA a 13£.
A parcel of very fine New-Oi leans brought 13^
a 14 for home use. The stock of Alabama' is re
duced very low, no new crop of this description
er ofN. Orleans has yet made its appearance in
our market. In consequence of accounts from
Liverpool, to the 17th Oct advising of a decline
of 1-8 per lb. the market here for two days p-st
has been in an uncertain state, holders generally
would be willing sellers, but buyers do not seem
disposed to meet their views—though prices,
since then, have not actually declined, we ques
tion if the rates of last Wednesday could be ob
tained, except for manufacturers. The only
transaction tfiat came to our knowledge yester
day, was a lot of 60 bales of good new Uplands
cl i:rk wanted.
O ^E who is>acquainted with the mercantile
business, Aho can give satisfactory refer-
eiu.es as to bis capability and general con-
duct. By addressing a letter to A, inserting the
names of persons referred to, and left at the Post
Office, it will meet with attention.
Dec. 10 62 3t
TJie Co-partnership ex-
istinjg under the firm of Mar-
ciiat-d & Bottom, was dissolved this day,
by mutual consent.
Dec 10 62 2t
J. PARMLY, Dentist,
I NFORMS the Ladies and Gentlemen of Au
gusta and its vicinity,.that it will not be in
his power to leave the city for several weeks.
Those whoinay favor him with their confidence
will please apply at Mrs. Pleasants’, on Bridge
street, next door to Mr. Phiui2y’s.
Dec. 10 if
Mr. Gallatin, late Minister to England, and
Family, arrived at New i'ork on the 29th ult. in
die Sylvanus Jenkins. from Liverpool. Mr. Law
rence, Secretary of Legation, lemains as Charge
d’Aff.iircs of the United States at Loudon.
Disturbances in Lower Canada.—The Gover
nor and House of Commons of this province,
have come to an opan rupture. The former
had objected to, the appointment by the latter of
Mr. Paj’ineau, as their sp^ker, and directed a
re-electiou, which resulted in a second choice of
the same gentleman by almost unanimous vote.—
The House then went into a very warm and
animated debate on the question of he powers,
and determined to sustain its election.
BALTIMORE, NOV 30.
Cot'on.—Viiginla per lb. 9 a 10£ ; Upland,
fair qua! 10 a 10J; Louisiana, 11 a 12; North
Carolina, 9 a 9^; Tennessee, 10 a 11; Alabama,
10 a 11£.
PHILADELPHIA, DEC. 1.
Cotton.—During the past week, there has been
sold about '143 bales, of which 300 were Uplands,
at 10. 11 apd 11<$ cts.; 27 Louisianians at 11£ a
12-i; 14 North Carolina, at 10A a 10?, and 42
Alabaman, at 10 cents.
Latest from Fn nee.—The arrival at New York
of the ship Bolivar furnishes Paris papars to the
21st of October.
Exiracl of a Letter, dated
■ HAVRE, OCT. 20.
Since the last dates of the 16th nothing impor
tant has taken place in the market—tue sales of
Cotton have been about 2,000 bags for the last
four days; at from 16 to 18 sous, for Uplands,
and 18 to 23 for Louisiana.
Extract of another of the same date.
The same decline etiits in the recent sales of
ordinary Cottons—but we ean see no good rea
son for it, except a desire to sell, when there are
but few orders to purchase. Our stock is les
sened to 48,000 bales.
Drawing to be received To-mor
$16 000 High st Prize.
VIRGINIA DISMAL SWAMP LOTTERY,
1 Prize of $16,000 I 1 Prize of $1,500
1 4,000 I 1 1,086
1 2,500 4 Prizes of 1.000
1 9,750 j 6 500
10 of $250, 10 of $200, kc. kc.
[CP Tickets $5, Halves $2 50, Quarters $1 25
Vortunate Volte v\ Office,
BY SIBLE Y & WASHBURN,
Thursday, 13fhat 10 o’clock,
By order of Amory Sibley and A. B. Walker, as-
signees of Ralph Canter, the entire
STOCK IN TRADE
Of said Canter, consisting of every vaiiety of sea
son able Goods.
Superior arid Common Clothing,
Calicoes, Cambrics, Muslins, and
, Homespuns, &c. &e.
Amounting h all to about Twelve Thousand Dol
lars. The sate to take place at Canter's Store,
and be continued from day to day till closed,
lerms—Cash on delivery.
Dec. 10 ' It
G. ABELL & CQ.
Will sell on WEDNESDAY EVEN
ING, the 12th instant.
K NIV ES and Fo.ks, Table and Tea Spoons,
Pen and Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors,
Spectacles, Plated and Brass Candlesticks, Coat
and Vest Buttons, Needles. Silver, Brass and
Steel Thimbles, Combs, Breast Pins, Silver
Watches, and a variety of other articles.
Dec 10 ' H
No. 241, Broad-Street.
N. York Consolidated Lottery.
Nos. 25, 22 42. 27. 7. 39.
Combination 22. 25. 42. drew the prize of$30,i
The Cotton Exhibition, as advertised,
took place in Augusta this day ; on which
occasion fourteen prime loads were offer
ed for examination, and on comparison,
by the persons appointed to judge on the
occasion, the.premiums were awarded to
the following individuals:—
First; premium .of 75 dollars to Franklin
Rutherford, of Washington county.
Second premium of 50 dollars, to Elijah
Byne, of Burke county.'
Third premium of 25 dollars,-to Geo.
M’Duffie, ot South-Caroling.
The fine quality of four other loads,
belonging to Mr. Geo. Byne, of Burke,
Paul Fiizsimons, of Augusta, Mrs. Cun
ningham, of Jefferson, John Thornton, of
Wilkes coiliit.v, .ere s.i near deserving ' sOAI-bSPr , 9 cems!’.
REVIEW of tbc Augusta Market, for the week
BAGGING—21 a 25 cts.
BACON—lb. 9 a 11 c.
BOTTLES—Wine, gross, $12. \ , ,
Porter „ „ $13.
BEER—-barrel, $10 a 11.
COTTON—7J a 9^ ctsl; new 8.| a9^
CASTINGS—English, lb. docents.
American, 5 a 5 1-2 cents.
COFFEE—lb. 16 a 19 c.
CORN—bushel, 50 a 56
CANDLES—Augusta, lb. 17 a 19 c
Northern, 16; Sperm 37 cents.
CIDER—bairel, 7 a $8
FISH—Mackerel, No. 3, bbl. $5 a 5£
FLOUR—Superfine, $7 a 8
GUN POWDER—$7 50 a 8 50
Canisters, various brands, doz. 5 3 75 a 7
GLASS—Window, 8x10, 50 feet, $4 )Ame
10x12,50 „ 4 50 Jrican
IRON—Swedes, lb. 5^ a 6c.
LIME—unslacked, cask, $3 a 3 50
LEAD—Bar, lb. 9 cents.
MOLASSES—gal. 40 a 45c
PORTER—London, doz. $4 a 4 50.
RICE—lb. 3 a 3^ cents.
SPIRITS—Cog Brandy, gal. $1 30 a $1 50.
Bordeaux do 110 a 125 c
Holland Gin, gal. 112 a 125 cents
Jamaica Rum, „ 110 a 125 cents
Whiskey, gal. 38 a 43c.'
Northern. Gin, 45 a 60 c.-
Northern Rum, 45 a 50c scarce.
SPICES—Pepper, lb. 21 a 25 cents.
Pimento, ,, 26 a 30
Ginger, ,, 8 a 10 „
SALT—bushel, 80 cents.
STEEL—German, lb. 14 a 16 cents.
Blistered, ,, 8 a 10 ,,
SHOT—bag, $2 25 a 2 50
S-^IsT PETRE—lb. 13 a 14 cents
SUGARS—St. Croix, lb. 10 a 11J cents.
New Orleans,—10 a il
Muscovado „ 9£ a 11 „ j
Loaf* IS a 21 „
7. 27. 39. do
22. 27. 39. do
7. 22. 39. do
Combination 22 and 25, a prize of $100
ditto 22 and 39, a prize of $70
ditto 27 and 42, a prize of $68
ditto 22 and 27, a prize of $30
And numerous prizes of minor importance
State Lottery Office,
215 Broad-S TREET.
The Drawing of the VIRGINIA.STATE LOT
TERY will be received on Wednesday—
Highest Prize $16,000.
On TUESDAY, the 11th inst. at 10 o’clock, A.M
G. ABELL &f/0r
Ao. 240 Broad-street, in Bowdre’s new Building.
Will offer at Public Auction, a general assort
SL T 1TA3LE FOR THE SEASON—CONSISTING OF
B LUE, Black. Olive and Mix’d Superfine and
low priced Cloths and Cassimeres ; Navy
Blue and Mix’d Satinets; Toilanett, Valencia
and Swansdown Vestings; Baizes and Flannels;
Rose, Duifil and Point Blankets; Bleach’d and
Unbleach’d Sheetings and Shirtings ; American
Ticks, Pltpds, Chetks and Stripes. Superfine
and low priced Prints ; FurnitureJPJates; Dimi
ties ; Linen and Lawns; Bang Up Cords; Flag
and Bandanna Kdkfs; Brittania and Madras!
do. ; Chintz Shawls ; Muslapam, Badste, Berk
ley and White Cravats ; Cambrick, Medium, J.v
conett, Mud .and Book Muslins ; Lamb’s Wool,
Cotton and Silk Hosiery; Gro de Nap. Cash-
mere and Merino fjdkfs, kc. kc.
Terms liberal; made known at sale.
[CP Public Sales'.vill positively take place, at
theabove Store, oh Tuesday and Friday of each
week, until notice is given to the contiary.
Store Rooms are in readiness to receive any
description of Goods which may be be consigned
to the house.
Augusta 6th Dec. 1827.
Whole Tickets $5 00
Half do 2 50
Quarter do 1 25
the premium, as to entitle them To the
decided approbation of the judges.
The Prize Load was sold at Auction,
on the spot, at 12j cents. • n
The [second premium, 11^ cents.
The third, not offered. .
Several other loads that nffejed for the
Prize, were also sold from 10 to ll£ cts.
Thursday evening last, by the Rev. Mr.
Talmage, Mr. 8ARY F. PARISH, to Miss MA
RY ANN SArJh WHITE, Daughter of Mr.
William White, all of this City.
On 28th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Hart. Mr. M. M.
Noah, to Miss Rebecca, only daughter of Mr.
Doniel Jackson, all of New-York.
( Heappears particularly attached to this name.)
In this City, on the morning of the 26th No
vember, iss Carolisk A. Porter, aged 15
years and 20 days.
At Norfolk, on the 1st inst. aged 29 Mr. C.- S.
BAKER, formerly of New York.
Arrived, yesterday Steamboat Company’s
Boat Alatamaha, Capt. Norris, from Savannah,
with tow boats Nos. 3 and 4—and departed this
morning at 10 o’clock.
•We are authorized to an
nounce JAMES PRIMROSE,
Esq., a candidate for the office of Receiver of Tax
Returns at the election in January next.
Dec. 10 Gp td
TEA—Hyson, lb. 115 a 120 cents.
Gunpowder ,, $1 30 a I 40.
Do. in cannisters, $3 75 per cannister
WINES—Teneriffe. cargo gal. 100 a 110 cents
Do. L. P. $1 60 „
Malaga, sweet, 85 ,,
Port, „ $175 a 2 60
Madeira „ $300 a 4 25
(Jluret, doz. $5 a $10.
EXCHANGE—on Charleston. GO days.J dis.
>> Sight, Jjprem.
on New York, 60 days 1 dis.
Bank Checks, ! pre
SPECIE—j R 1 pm.—U. S. Notes,m.a 1 pm.
Darien Money, 4, none.
N. Carolina do. 4 t^is.
Cape Fear, do. ,, do.
You are requested to announce Doctor Mil-
ledge Galphis, to his fellow-citizens of Edge-
field District, ai a candidate to represent them in
the House of Representatives of the State Legis
lature of South-Carolina, at the ensuing election,
and oblige A SOUTH CAROLINE AN.
Dec 10 62 tf
The owner of a lot of
IRON, brought from Savannah
by Boat Apollo, is requested to call at Lamar’s
Store-house and receive it.
Dec 10 It
BOXES, landing and for sale by
SIBLEY & WASHBURN.
Dec 10 62 3t
F UST received an assortmen. of NEW MU
SIC, for the Piano Forte, and for sale by
Dec. 10 03 ?:
1st. Liberty without knowledge, is but a pre
carious blessing. ^
2d. Knowledge is power.
3d. Instruction is the life of the soul.
4th. Knowledge is the foundation, on which
the fair fabric of our liberty is based.
5th. Teach a child to think, and give him
words for his thoughts, and you will have, more
than half, completed his education.
6th. In constructing any edifice, care should
be taken to lay a good foundation.
7th. The vocation of teacher, in its influence on
the character aud destinies of the rising and all
future generations, has either not been fully un
derstood or duly estimated. It is, or ought to
be, ranked among the learned professions.
F RANCIS D-. CUMMINS proposes, on 1st
January, 1828, at Shady Grove, the seat
of the Rev. Doctor Cummins, Green County
Georgia, to institute a Seminary for the educm
tion of youth. It shall consist of three depart
ments of studies. 1st. Theoretical Geometry,
Roman and Grecian Literature. 2d. Practical
Geometry and English Literature. 3d. fiudi-
inental Instruction. In this Seminary, which,
for the purpose of nominal distinction, shall be
called Lafayette Seminary, will be adopted, the
improved modern system of instruction and’dis-
cipline, as pursued and practiced in the North
Conrse of Studies and Class Books, viz :
In Latin: Russ’ Latin Grammar, Cordery.
Liber Primus. jEsops Fables, Erasmus, Corne
lius Nepos, Hi*torite Sacra:, .Viri Rom®, C*sar,
Salust, Ovid, V'rgil, Horace, Cicero, Terence,
Pliny, loung’s Dictionary.
In Greek: I 1 aratid’s Grammar, Luesden’s Tes
tament, Greca Minora,- Xenophon, Greca Ma
jor*, Homer, Scrcvelius Lexicon.
In Mathematics: Simpson’s Euclid, Gibson’s
Surveying, Bojeeastle’s Algebra, (with the Key)
Hutton’s Mathematical Course, Arithmetic, (by
In English : Murray’s Grammar, Reader and
Exercises, Tompson’s Seasons, Pope’s Homer’s
Iliad, Blair s Sermons, and Belles Lettres.
In Orthography and Orthoepy ; Webster and
In Geography; Smiley and his Atlas, with
ulobes and Maps.
In History : Titlei an.l Grimshaw.
The moral and elementary insiruction, toge
ther with needle work, kc. will be made the care
of two ladies from the North.
Tuition aud Boarding, exclusive of bedding,
$150 per annum.
The situation ot Shady Grove is high, healthy
anu pleasaut; convenient toChuichesof differ
ent Christian denominations:
. Many years of experience and observation in
his profession, will, it is hoped, give to the public
confidence in his capacity and qualifications. In
proof of whic- , he is able to exhibit letters of re
commendation and certificates of distinguished
and responsible characters, some of whose sons
and daughters he has educated, in Maryland and
Pennsylvania. Among whom are J. Andrew
Sbulze, Governor of Pennsylvania; Gen. Isaac
D. Bernard, Secretary of State and U. S. Sena
tor ■elect; David Masen, Auditor General; Wm
Clerk. Treasurer; Gen, John Foster; Judge D
Franks; the Hon. Henry Clay, Secretary of
State ; John Montgomery, Mayor of the City of
Baltimore; Col. W. D. G. WSithington; Doctors
Nath'! Potten and Ashton Alexander.
The Editors of the Georgia Journal and
Charleston Observer will please insert theabove,
one time each, and forward their accounts’16 the
Dec. 10 Jf
P ROPOSALS will be received by the under
signed, till- the 1st of February next, for
erecting a MASONIC HALL in this City.
The building is to be sixty feet ftont, by nine
ty deep, four stories high, of brick, the roof sla
ted, and the front rough cast.
The basement story, containing two stores
and a passage^ to. be ten feet, pitch : the second
floor, appropriated to public purposes, fourteen
feet; the third, containing a lodge room and its
appendages, fourteen feet; and the fourth, con
taining a chapter and preparation rooms, eleveu
and a half feet, with an arched ceiling, risin°-
■four and a half feet, and three sky lights. °
In front of each of the second and third stories'
are to be four pillars ; the lower Doric, the up
per Ionic, iif brick, rough cast, with stone plinths,
bases and capitals.
The stairs are to be winding, from the ground
floorto the top; and under the whole builcing is
to be a cellar.
Hie .work must be done in the best manner,
and of the' best materials. I.umber can be ob
tained in this city, at ten dollars per thousand,
superficial measure ; and brick, at seven, dollars
and fifty cents per thousand.
Further particulars will be furnished on appli
cation to the undersigned.
" When the contract is made, good security will
be required for the contractors’ complying with
their proposals ; and they will be accommodated
with advances, during the progress of the work,
the funds'being now in hand for the building.
Augusta, Georgia, 10th Dec. 1827 62
THOMAS I. WRAY, )
alex’r McKenzie, \
WM, T GOULD. • I Uom/ntftee-
JOHN W. WILDE, )
O' The Editors of the Charleston City Ga
zette, Baltimore Patriqf, New-York Enquirer, k
Boston Masonic Mirror, will please insert the
above, weekly, till 20th of January, and forward
their bills for payment to the Committee.
Dec. 10 62 tJ
$20, and the Sheriff’s office has keeD-siiice
like a Bee-hive, for if ten ditLgo, twenty
would come, and wliata wonderful effect
money has on man, tor they would more
oil bold with a quick step, a high head,
and a fierce look ; as for my part I got a
promise but would rather have the money.
I, however, am an apt scholar, and shall
do better the next time. A few more
such sales will bring Hamburg out of the
This money was sent from Charleston,
(by a Mr. Williams and others,) this is the
first act of her generosity to Hamburg, I
hope it will not be the last,fvr one good
turn deserves another.
Edgfitld Prison, Dec. 8th 1827
respecltuliy informs the Ladies
of Augusta and its vicinity, that
her PAINTING SCHOOL will
open af Mrs. Meals , a few doors below the Eagle
Tavern, on Tuesday Evening, December4th. °
References can be had on application to the
Rev. Mr. Smith, and Specimens of het Painting
seen at her School Room at any time.
Terms $8 per quarter Iwo Lessons per
week, coramenciug at 2 o’clock on Tuesday and
Dec. 3 3 6t
MRS. A SERA,
Begs leave to inform
the Ladie3 of Augusta and
its vicinity, that she has just
returned from New-York. with
the latest and newest Fashions for BONNETS,
DRESSES, CAPS, kc.—together with a hand
some assortment of FANCY GOODS, consisting
of Ribbons, Gros de Naples, Fancy Silks and
Barege Handkerchiefs. Bobbinet Caps, Capes,
Collars, Leghorn Flats, Straw Bonnets, Artificial
I lowers. Head Dresses, Cot Paley, for dresses,
(new article.) and a new and handsome assort
ment of Curls, Rolls, kc.
She has also on hand one new PIANO, of which
she will dispose.
Dec 3 60 6m
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
The subscriber has received per ship Pa aci.uite
and other recant arrivals from Live:;
150 Packages of
HARDWARE 4* CUTLERY,
Axoac which arx :
ESTIvory balanced handled.Table Knives
and Fork*,. * " ‘ *
rhnek, real Brick and Stag bandied do;
ncy Bone anif Self Tip uo. *
n, pocket and two biade Knives, in cards and
ortice, brass case and iron rim Nob aj>d Stack
lureau. Cupboard and Chest do,
rass Curtain Pins, Fenders and And irons,
linges. Wood Screws and Files, kc.
erman aud Cast Steel, Mill. Cut, Pit and HamJ
Sngle and double barrel Fowling k Duck Guns,
taiith s Anvils, \ ices, Hammers and " Scre'w
ayior k. Saunderson's Cast Steel.
.000 lbs. flat, square and round Iron, assorted,
[8,000 do Sheet Iron, suitable for Saw Gms,
3.000 do Hoop Iron, assorted,
5.000 do English Castings, which, with the
tock previously on Hand, makes his assortment
irger and more complete than anv heretofore
ffered in this city. He will dispose ot the same
’illiberal terms, for cash or approved paper.
Dec 3 -60 3tw -
HE Subscriber offers bis services * to'Trii
friends ih the’Stafe of Georgia, iu trie trans-
ciion of Busiuess oil Commission, iu the City of
vew-lork, or in any ot .er capacity, requiring
e intervention of au agent in this market.’ Li
purchase or sale of Goods, he pledges hit
i<*t arduous efforts, and does not doubt his
ihty to give entire satisfaction.
New-York, Nor. 1, 1827.
O* Letters and orders, addressed (post paid) ;'
hrourih the office of the Gcorcian, Savannah, or
lirect to the Advertiser, 145 Water-street, New-
ork, will be immediately attended to.
Dec. 3 ' 60 4t ..
HATS *)• SHOES.
HE subscriber would inform his friends and
the public generally, that he has just reced
ed, by late arrivals from New York, a large U-
>rtment of HAJF.S—viz :
Gentlemen's Beaver, Black and Drab,
Fine and Coarse Casters, do do.
T ine and Coarse Rorcius do do.
Men’s and Boys’ fine and coarse Wool Hats,
Youths’Hats’ Black and Drab,
Children’s Hats, Fur & Hair Sealk Cloth Capa
Morocco Caps, k.c. kc.
Also, a large assortment of
Gentlemen’s, Ladies’ and Children’s Shoes,
Gentlemen’s fine Boots, kc. kc.
All of which he is disposed to sell on the most
asonable terms for Ca<.h or City Acceptances'.
Oct. 2a 49 tf
At Sight, and at Short Sight, on
BOSTON, PflTERSBi RG,
NEW-YORK, . CHARLESTON, S. C.
BALTIMORE, MOBILE, and
RICHMOND, NE If-ORLJpA N9.
1?tilled States Bank JS*otes,\
Constantly for sale bv
BEERS, BOOTH & ST. JOHN,
Corner Broad and M’lutosh-st.
Gold and Silver Coin, and Uncurrent Bank
Notes of every description, bought, and sold aC
the most favorable fates.
Nov. 3 52 wtfis
To Country Merchants.
Carlton, Cook &. RnowUon
Are now opening an Extensive Assortment of
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Drapers and Tailors.
The subscribers hav
ing commenced ihe above
business, (No. 278 Broad-
street, next door below. Doctor
Haviland s,) take this opportunity of informing'
the public that they have on hand a coihplete as
sortment of Superfine and Common
A fTEAR on your parade ground, jn front of i Cloths, Cassimeres &. Vestings,
the Mansion House, on Saturda-
Mansion House, on Saturday, 15th
inst. at 2 o'clock, P. M. armed and equipped as
the by-laws direct.
By order of Capt. Boisclair.
Martin, O. S.
Dec. 10 62 2t
Which they offer to make to order, on accommo
dating terms, and in the best possible maimer.
Also, a complete assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
40 bbls. Northern Gin,
41 bbls. Apple Brandy,
&7 bbls. Whiskey, -
for sale bv
Nov 29 59 3t
LOW FOR CASH.
SHEPARD, HUNER & Co.
; 0?" Wanted, one or two Jour-
| neymeo Tailors. Apply as above.
I Dec- 3
60 pieces prime Tow Bagging,
30 bags } Green Coffef V
300 bags Salt, .
for sale by .
Nov. 29 ' 59 3t
J UST received and for sale for E. B. CRANE,
- 60 3t
Blank Bills o£ Lading,
for sale at the Office 9
ba'cs and cases of brown, bleached,
plaid and striped Domestics,
3 do. Checks,
3 do. super and common Tickings,
1 case Satinetts, 300 pieces Calicoes,
250 colored, scarlet k black Cassimere Shawl*'
and Foints, •
200 dozen silk, cotton woollen and lambs-wool
50 dozeD buck, beaver, kid, horse-skin and
25 dozen lined-Gloves, ,
oUO do Spool' Thread,
1 case Choppa Roniats-,
1 do German Flaggs and Bandanoes,
1 do b'ack Sarsnetts,
1 do figured Nankin Crape Robes,
2 bales white and led Flannels,
1 do 4-land5-4 Green Baize,
100 Cambist and Plaid Cloaks,
50 Ladies Pigid do.
40 pieces colored Cambrics,
Bto Ho, for bonnets,-
Scarlet, crimson and black figured and plaiz.
, Bonpiaztitts,. - .... r
Do do Rattinets, Circassians and Salisbu
ry Flannels, .
Battesie Gmghaiffs, plain k. fancy Cravats.
Irish Linen, Lawn Lawn,
Cambric, Jaconet, Book and Mull Muslin,
Plain and figmred Swiss do.
Super black silk Vestings.
Toiiinet, Valencia and Marseilles Vesting?,
Caroline and Tartan Plaids.
Cambiet Crape Shawls,
Super Nankin Crapes.
Black Sinchews do.; Italian Lustrings,
An elegant assortment of black and colored
Grode Naps, plain and figured,
Stripe aud- Plaid Sarsuets
P aid Gro De Naps
1 case Cambric Dimity - -
1 do Furniture do extra wide
Black French and Italian Crapes
M hite, pink, blue green k straw Florences
Blue Pelisse Cloth
Madrass, Bandanak Cotton Flag Udkfs
Cotton and Webb Suspenders
200 packs Pins
300 gross Suspender Moulds
Steel Coat Buttons
Bang Up Cords
Milhcet Buckram Foundation Muslin
Rose and Point Blankets
1 bale stout Oznaburgs
1 do Negro Cloths—Paddings
Black, Olive k Mixed Cloths ii C assies eves
A general assortment of Bonnet, Belt and
Tapes, Bobbins, Sewing Silk, Quality Bind
ings, Needles, kc. kc.
All of which were purchased at the New York
Auctions, and will be sold at a
No. 24it BroaLstreet, a few dam below Ik
Nber 16 jp ^