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Bank of the tanked States*
The Director? Having, declared a Dividend of six per
tent, tor-the last sis months, the same will fee paid, on
and alter Thursday nest. J. MARSHALL,
dec 3—l—144" Cashier.
An Election, will be, held on MONDAY, 6th January,
at the Banking House, tor Thirteen Directors, to repre
sent the' Stockholders. The Poll will be opened at ten
o’clock. 1 MARSHALL, Cashier.
fT^ The Augusta Herald, JWUedgeville Journal and
Waskitu ton Miras, will publish the above three time* and
'forward theirbilla for payment to the.Ba.nk.
A Dividepd of Three Dollars per share, having been
dectaHid, by the Directors of the Marine and fire Insur
ance Company of the City of Savannah, the same will’be
paid-on-or after tliis day, to the Stockholders or their
proper Representative*. B. WAYNE,
factorage and Commission.
YSlf subscriber having commenced in the above line
of "BUSINESS, otters his sen ices to his friends md tlie
public; hi* Counting-Room is on Wayne's upper wharf,
formerly occupied by Messrs. Pliinizy Si Barnett* The
Store is ■ large and commodious—produce will be re-
ceiyed.on storage and every attention given to its re
ception add shipment. RICHARD WAYNE,
Continue to transact business, as FACTORS and COM
MISSION MERCHANTS, and wili be thankful for the
prolonged favors of their friends.
• They offer for sale
Superfine Philadelphia Elour
Lisbon and Sherry Wine, in pipes and quarter casks
Country Gin ami- West India Ruin, f
Geor^e 4f Alexander M. Ker.
, a M. BAILEY & CO.
Have ju*t opened.a complete assortment of the best
apd most fashionable HATS, in the store lately occupied
by,Ifc. jiactjvfh-stdoor we *t of Mr. Abner Woodruff's
erpekety store, consisting of gentlemen’s buff and plain
behyers, castors, ruratn and wool Hats, of various descrip
tions; which they will sell very low. Merchants from
th^eduntfy, wbo want hats, may find it to their interest
to call. -Also For sale a feu- thousand Holland Quills.
One Hundred Dollars 5
Rantway front'the subscriber;^ AM and’TONEY. Sam
is ssatotlh, bkely, young fellow, bushy hair, yellowish
complexion, thick lips, very artful, has been about more
tlian.tytlvu months, no doul* has bef n harbored, in Sa
vannah. , Toney went off on the night of the 30tli ult.
isa stout, lHijfiy,. artful fellow, thirty years pf age, will no
doqbtmMx fotAavannah, and .probably endeavor to get
oif ai Far as tMe River, having a wife, belpngihg to the
esrttw of • Cficnman, in tliat county; he may obtain a
fai%*d-padt*-The above reward will be paid on con-
sdctipn of either being harbored by a white or black
person, Dr Twenty Dollars foreither being lodged in tlie
Coosawhatohic or Savannah god.
7 Henry M‘Nisli,
q£C 7-rFrr^lWi At the Five Slaters
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Notice is her, by given to the subscribers, to the capital
of the Bank of the United SUtes, at Augusta, that the
commissioners appointed by the President of tbe United
States to receive the'said subscriptions, are duly author
ised by the President and Directors of the Bank of die
United States, to receive the Second instalment of the
•aidsubscriptions,towit;oii each share of die said capital,
teudo liars in gold or silver com and twenty-five dolrars in
cpii), as aforesaid, or in funded debt, at the rates pneacrib-
eq by yfeeact of incorporation, with a power of attorney
annexed to the certificates of the said landed debt pro
portion,' authprtsing the Lt.an Officer fsr the time being,
at whose office the said funded’debt'shall stand recorded,
(op the register of the tr. aSuiy of thwJJnileu Stales, if
the ,*lock shall stand on the books of The treasury) to
transfer the same in due form of law, to the President, Di
rectors and Company of-the Hank of tfie Linked States;
that tbe said commissi, mers; as agents of the Bank, will at
tend: at the Bank of Augusta, between the hours of nine
o’clock in tbe forenoon, and two o’clock in the afternoon,
daily, and every day, (Sundays excepted) from die 1st
of January next ensuir.'j,,tdjhe 23d of same nioutli, both
days inclusive, for thepiri|P?eDf receiving the payments
as aforesaid; and that, mil subscribers at their option,may
either pfly the said secmicl instalment at the original place
of subscription, within the thnt herein limited; or at
the Bank of tlie United States at. Philadelphia.
EDWARU i i ARDEN, ) Commissioners
J. S^ WALKER, V- at
JOHN GUMMING 3 Jtggaeta.
wtugusta, \hrn'emhrr 22;T6Kl Tiov 26-CL-I4I
BXNlt OF GEORGIA.
, THE; SUBSCRIBERS
Mace received, by the ship Geo rift*, fro
A;Urge and well selected supply of st.
whith, with their present stock, v» ill ren
meit very complete, and winch" they wilt i
piece or package, on reasonable and a
tenjs. JAMES DIG!
at 111— 121
»se of by the
■Whereas, it is represented, that it w ill be more con
venient, to. many of tlie Stockholders, that the time pre
scribed for the payment of the Instalment oftwenty-
three per cent- which includes ttti five per cent of specie,
directed by the board, on the 20th September, 1816,
should J>e extended.
jiesolved unanimously, That-the time be* and the same is
hereby extended to the second Monday in January next,
and-that the.Casluer. give notice, that the said Instalment
isreqttired tc be paid on or before the said second Mon-
* day in January next.
Extract from theJWinutes.
_ Savannah, November 1——131 Cashier
‘harles W. Carpenter ef go.
Offer for sale, at their store an the Bay, a general assort
ment of Dry Goals,
Cloths, coarse an<J fine; Cassimeix s, Ci»ating, Blankets
flannels, Bombazets, cotton Hosiery, Calicoes,
j . J Also, on consignment,
Tlree cases Millinery, consisting of
Ladits’ straw Hats, trimmed
dq white chip do do
satin do. and Bonnets, trimmed
beaver do trimmed
dress Caps, cotton Vandykes, plain, figured and
quilted . ~ ‘
white and black Feathers
An Invoice of Cahiuet Furniture, comprising an ele .
gint assortment of .;
Sideboards, becret iries, Bureaus, Sofas; pillar and claw
card, breakfast and tea Tables, dining Sets
Mahogany high and field Bedsteads, 6-c.
A general assortment of Saddlery, consisting of
Elegaat Saddles and Bridles
how priced do do
Saddle Bags, Trunks, Valices ami saddle Fnmiture
1 case Gold Leaf, containing 3d packs
25 quarter and half quarter casks Colnsinar Wine
39 kegs English Paint, assorted cutors, ground in oil
22 bags Corks, assorted. ., , Oct 29—129
In addition to their general assortment of Goods, have
received, by the Eliza laird, Harriet Newell, Laura, and
cner vessels, front Nejv-York and Boston, a varietv < f
Fancy, Fashionable and Staple Articles—amongst which
Elegant Merino Trimmings
Fancy piiislt do
Rich silk do
Fashionable Trimmings, Roses, Wreathes, Stc. for ball
A complete assortment of Artificial Flowers
Ghent He and silk Cords
French silk Nets, for-the head
Silk velvet lndispenstbtes, with gilt and silver chains
Fancy silk ami worked Indispensibles
Indies’ and gentlemen's silk, beav er and kid Gloves
latdies’and gentlemen’s silk Hose
ladies’ and misses’ Angola Gloves
Fashionable scarlet 8-4 Merino Shawls
White and colored Merino Libav. Is, with rich borders
I-ace Veils, Shawls xml Handkerchiefs
Levantine and odier silk" Sliawk and Handkerchiefs, of
Bandana, flag and Florence Handkerchiefs
Boston Wadding, for quilts, pelisses, Ac.
Fine assorted Tapes and Bobbins
Mroau twilled Tapes
tiiack and colored French Crapes
I.ilK-Tt Bedtick ,
Marfele, green, mahogany and figured oil Cloths
Fancy french Boxes
Necklaces, with smelling bottles
Hooks and Eyes
Ribbons, Threads, Needles, Pins, band Boxes, &c, &c.
Many ot the, above Goods L.iing been purchased for
cr.«h at auction, in New-York, at the present reduced
prices,can be afforded veiy cheap.
Five PIANO FORTES, made bv Messrs. Gibson & IV,.
vis, and warranted to stand the climate, for sale at the
manufhcturers'prices. oct 26—lua
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That well known PLANTATION, called Cedar Jim
belonging to the estate of General Jackson, adjoining the*
city, will be leased for a term of years, on application to
dec 10 137
Just received \
I brig Tybee, captain Cobb, from Nem-furk, on con-
I rignment, , V *
, TWENTY-FIVE PACKAGES DRY GOODS, x
1 c'IMUstjsb or * ' fo .S *
Fearnoughts, su]>erfine v estings \ r
W'lite, fed, yellow and. black Flannels
Clohs and XerseymertS; Assorted ccriors
Uiwl Cords, Sarsnets
S ings, men and womenV lamb’s wool Hose-,
i women and children’s cotton Hosiery
Blankets, satin Stripes
Guipowder, Shot and I>ead
Bftuuy, Wine, Gin, Pepper
Sdp, Coperas, Nails, anti
Vsmall assortment Hartlware
'mine. Cotton Bagging
ind a variety of other articles, all of which are offered
j on very low terms,' by the piece or package by
Theodor© A., Schoedde.
, Opr for sale
10 hhds Molasses, 3 fifed* X. E. Rum
Jo his. ' . E. 16 quarter eiiests hj'son Tea
~ ) c. sks cut N.;in assorted sizes
J* Crocker4; suitable for country stom
Sjij Ju.;s, 'assorted vacs; 2 Casks tn.ee Chains ' 1
5«oo fits English Hotu.wwart, 1 cask sad Irons
J hogsheads tye Wltiskev
757 lbs double refined Ipaf Sug'.f
250 boxes axe bar I: An, 360 do tire Iron
~ .cases northern Humes puns
a etigant Cla-ises and I small Waatron
I! tV lVAllK 1 ! “ 1 f r fi e wior, ment of DRY TOOns
P- H. 8$ T. Crapon,
Tne prbscrjber, intending to make Auemsta his per.
nufnent resident, otter for side two lots in Frankiiu ward,
ail the block of inuhlmgs' .extending from tne Old
1 heat re to West Broad street, well known liv tbe The-
*’ !<J . I inise persons w ho are distiosed to pnrci.ase
y ill find the situation a pleasant one- for a dweliingand
likewise a most excellent st„ni] for business of any kind.
Apphcatioos can be made to Jims Lawsuit, esq. or to
the kuhscrihev tn Augusta, respecting tlie n ‘ice and terms.
Yi . H. Oakman..
dec 3 o— i.j4
Wants,a situation, as Cierk,
-A young man, brought up in a counting house, in one
I he northern states who has bail ciiarge of a set of
Books for seven years. Satisf.ctorv ldlrenre will Is
given. A line addressed to R. S and itf; at this office,
will meet with immediate attention. d<_c 10—x’-If 'l
A situation wanted.
. d. young man, of steady habits, wishes for a sitnatiuar
in a grocery or dry good store, can write a good hand,
has seme ktifewhilge of bosir es.;. and would do every
tning in iiis power to fprward the interest of his employ
er. A Imer.dtkessed t«J J. F. and left at this office, will
be duly attended to. dec 10— «•—147
Two barrels of BEER, marked D. £/ B. Sandforf, safi
one cask CHEESE, marked IV. Crenshtrw, landed front
the bng .Sally,, from Pliiladeiphfa at Howard’s wharf
and whidi have probably been taken bv some person ia
mistake. 'Any information respecting them will he spate-
fully received. V*. T. AYILLUMS.
- H’e subscriber has just receiv.d. per brig Henries
from Hamburg, and ofiere for sale, in the upper part oi
Russia Sheetings, Ravens Duck, Dowlas, Rritannias
riwi V , n V' ntns ’ Li,en Ci,e,:ks ’ ben 1 icks, brown
H ,lhmdS’ foo! Unens lineia pocket liaouktrchieG,
Tbrtads, Hosiery, jpnh WehKi^ oil Clotns, Riff
Ticjtienlnirgs, cotton Shirting, Calicoes, siLkLinbreuss
Button s Varasms, silk Hose, Gloves, Silks, silk Shatu
anu lliftdkerchmfs, Fringe, table Glottis and Naptfiis,
merino Shawls, Gassimerts, Glottis, toilet Glasst '
( overs. Pencils, Candlesiick?, Pistols, thread and i
Lnce, cut and,f.»jiin GinA5Wure, looking 1 Giusses,/
ed, i leads, JeWt-liery, chimney Ornumeius, £.c.
An elegant assortment of gold and silver WATCHES
Aisfl,3h ccmijchiis of 4th nroof Scheudam fm, whic
will be sold singly to accommodate : mchas./rs
net 2S 128
1 he Ai t of Penmanship.
Tim subscriber takes the liberr v of infnrimng the citi
zens of Savannah, that lie has rented the house ocruni.,!
hy Dr M’DanieU (during his absence cn ZsTZlt
west ot Market sqpare, where he wil; attend from ten
« clock m the morning till oner. *. ;,,ni from half nast
six m tlie evening tin haff past nine, for the j urpose 0 f
teaching Nat him Town's Analytical System of Penmant
ship. He assures the citizens who fleet a disposition to
encourage him m Ins profession, that he has been a con-
side,-able timeeng-aged in teaching Ptmnar.shm, and has
Scadom ever failed in making a good w riter ofanv per
son in. eighteen lessens, who paid strict atunuon 'to his
ntstmcfioiis. He, therefore, hopes tliat he will meet
with sucit encouragement as to induce him to stay some,
tune m barannah. He also feus hi mse if safe in Matin-to
thecitizens, that,ifbe does m.tfulA succeed in hi fiihnc
4ie.r expectations, ti,eir tuition shall be given grads.
The house has two vety convenient rm nm for that
purpose: One in the npper, and tiie other in tbe lower
story; so tnat both sexes m y be accommodated in the
c. v without any inconvenience to the t acher. Those
v % mg to become scho.ars will oblige the teccher bv
m-tiing imn.etu.rte application, as tlie achooi wiH be
dosed as soon as ti,ere is a sufficient number of sub-
senbtrs. For further infomtaiioh cull on the subscriber
at l.is senooiroem duringUk Mmrs oi school, or at Mr.
Craig’s boarding nouse, on the Bay,
Valuable Brick Stares'”
The east block of those con.motiious brick STORES
on Fraser’s v, barf, adjoining Smith's bufidinew, will be
rented for one year trom the first .lanu.ry next. The
wharf is equal to :.ny in Savannah, and well calculated
for the shipping and dischargg.g cf . roduet; and, also
one HARM., in tne east tenement of Howard’s brick
bulldog*, v. it!i a con.f.rtable Counting Room, having*
clumrtey attached to u, will also be rented for a term of
rme months, Irma the fir.*,l January ucTct. Applications
f-ir the above will ue rcctaved by tlie subsenber previous
to tlie first January. JOSEPH S. PELOT,
F. ctcr, Ho-oluTs wharf