SAVANNAH, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20,1825.
EDITED Atm PUBLISHED
CXT» or »AVAKITA*,
Bv 6. ij W. Robertson,
it twin MUM »» anneM,
r.ttULl IK ASVA«0*.
0&B6 tat JAVDlOUfE
„ v . T55-? I p ' *• bbasmunb,
Genuine}) rugs,Medicines, Per- the eattbliihment in the above business, be-
wf' , L, longing to Dr. A. Delarocho, opposite the
fUVICTyy Fancy Articles^ &C» I exchange, where he offers for sale at low
carefully .elected by, one of the partner. P ric “> * lar « e “*° rtment of
at the north, which added to their for-1 ¥cm\| Mb&icll\bB« G ®° Bade
stock on hand, comprises an assortment ] ailA Chbttl\ca\s *1 LBarfiold
U LIST OF LETTERS
REMAINING in thePost-Offlca 8araa-|
nth. 90th September, 1*15
67 Persons wishing letter. fVom this list
trill pleaae ulc for Adyertieed^Ifttere.
NEXT SCHEME. .
BY SPECIAL ACT OF ASSEMBLE
state lottery op Maryland i
TTNDER the luperlntendinao of the coth-
V mia»ioner» appointed by the Governor
John D Millon
VV C Mill.
Cherlea Molvc* ,, ,
Col G W McAllister ” completed in one day, and will positively
~ take place in the city of Baltimore on
WEDNESDAY, the 9th November next.
FOR TUB COONTRY,;....
IS nubliahed to meet this arrangement ol
me atari. three thon e week, (Tueeday,
Thimday and Saturday) at the OHet of Ite
n.ilv Georgian, and eontaina Ml the in etli
acnen, Commercial, Political and Bissellan-
ious, i neluding advertiaemeota. pubnahad ir.
the Daily Paper- . „ - .
The Country Piper is sort to «u Mitt of
,he State and Union, or delivered in the city,
M five dollar, per aynum, payable in advance
Advertitements ate insetted in both pa <eri
i, 7J cent! per annate, of 14 Imea, tor ha Bra
imertion, and STJ tor every succeeding pub
^Centmunicatlona by Mall, mull it PtU-paltl
g,Ira f land and negroes by Adminnira.
tow, Executor, or guardiana, are required
hr law. to he held on the Bra Tuesday in tht
dUh, betwean the bourn of ten in ihe tore
.non and three io Ihe ahernoon, at the Court
Eunae of lha county In which Ibe property .a
aturte.—Notice nf these tales muet be given
In a public gaxelte atoy day. previoua to the
^'srtiee'of the tele of peraonal property tnur
be give in like manner. Party day* previous
o the day af aale.
Notice to Ihe debtor, and creditor, of an
•state rauit be published for Flip avf*t
Notice that appbeetioe will be mat to the
Court nf Ordinary for leave to sell fond, inusi
be ptihKflbed JWae MmUhti
M R. PHILLIPS respectfully inform.
the public, that he has a vacancy for
.low more ptipjla of both aex. He teaches
the following branches of an Education
English, Grammar, Writing, Arithmetic,
Geography, Projecting qf Maps, Astro
nomy, Hietory+Comineition, Polite
Literature aad Rhetoric.
2.ATXK AK9 TftMWH.
U A separate room ia proivdad for tho
Miaa PnihMra under his superintends nee,
instructs a few children in Spelling, Read
ing, Writing and Arithmetic.
From four to eix Young Gentlemen may
bn accommodated with board. Ac. in hie
family. Every attention will be paid to
their comfort and morals.
/in Evcn\ng School,
for ihe instruction nf Gentlemen in the Eng
lish Grammar, Arithmetic. Book Keeping
by Double Entry, Navigation, and the Ln-
nar Observations: ulso, the method nf as
certaining and of measuring the distance of
the Heavenly Bodies, is open every evening
from seven until nine o’clock.
For terms, which are moderate, please to
apply hy letter or personally, at his Acade
my. corner of Broughton and Lincoln-Sts.
Sent It 17
very extensive, and particularly suited for
this market, and weir worthy the attention
of dealers. Merchants, Physicians* Plan
ters endFamilies, would do wetl to flwward
their orders, aa they will be told at our
usual lodr rates.
LAY ft HENDRICKSON.
Druggists, Shad’s Buildings.
Patent YamlVj Medicines.
AMONG Wilier; ARE THE SOM.OWING :—
Aqua FortiB, Alum, Antimony
Arrow Root, Borax, Bergamot
Brimstone, Barley, Balsam Capivi, do
Pent, do Fola
Camphor, Cantharides, Cinnamon
. American best and common Castor Oil
Cream of Tartar, Calomel, Copperas
Columbo, Fmery, Gum Assafetida
Aloes, Gum Arabic, Gum Copal
Gum Guiacum, Gum Opium
Isinglass, Indigo, Lancets, Liquorice
Miss Ann M Barnard
Mrs-8 Bryan 8
James Broughton 8
Miss Ann G Bird
James H Bryan j evkuvh,u c u
Miss Elix A Bour- > Ann Nowlcn
quin 8 j Nicolau
Edward Bourqnin ( P,
\ Dorcis McGowan
J Mary Nusim
| Rose Noble
I Prise of $10,000 i a $30,000 Dottara.
Rebekah 8 Norton
Mrs E Boyd
L EE’S BILIOUS
Henry’s True Cal
Opial for the cleans- [
ing of the teeth ft
Relft AsthmaticPilia I
Do Botanical Drops I
Austen’s Remedy tor
Hinckley’s do do |
ted Eye Water
Thompsons Teeth |
Squire’s Grand Elix
Tooth Ache do. ftc, I
A constant supply of the above useful
Patent Family Medicines, together with a I
general assortment of Drugs, Chemicals,
Perfomery, Fancy Articles, Dye StufTs, 1
Cut Glass Lamps, Lamp Glasses, Lamp I
Oil, ftc. ftc. can be obtained at the store I
of LAY ft HENDRICKSON,
May 86 Druggists, Shad’s Buildings.
IpIOhIUBi IDQlffOy LMICclOy JLilCJUOrlCC 1 r l m p i
Magnesia, Manna,Chamomile Flowers i 1 ,i ln *n l !i|
Sulphur, Senna, Nutmegs Vtf
Nux Vomica. Oxyd of Bismuth Mn E V Burton
Oil of Aniseed,do Peppermint,do Cloves g ^ Canter 8
Do Oinnamon, Sweet Oil
Peariash, Ipecacuanha, Jalap
Rhubarb, Saltpetre, Salt of Tartar
Glauber. Epsom and Rochelle Salts
Tartar Emetic, Spirits of Turpentine
Valuta Dry and in Oil.
White, Red and Black Lead
Prussion Blue, Verdigris
Ivory, and Lamp Black, Patent Yellow
Venetian Red, Vermillion, Smalts
Japan and Copal Varnish.
Pomatum, Antique Oil, Macassar Oil
Best English Shaving Soap
Eau de Cologne, Lavender Water
Otto of Roses
Surgical Instruments and Patent Med
icinee of every kind, the whole of
Jan 80 47
| Susan E Patterson
| Eliza Patterson
j Anu Page, 8
j Nsthl I Patterson
j Leonaro Perkins
• Dempsey Phillips
»» auThoAity or the state of rewtorr.
To be drawn in the city of New-York, or.
the 4th of January, 1886,
AND FINISHED IN FIVE MINUTES.
46 Nnmberte-6 Ballots to be drawn.
EACH TICREt HAVING THREE NOMBEES IK
J. B. Tatu If A. JPInhre, Managers.
SCHEME OF TIIE
New- York State Literature
Class 3, roa 1886.
FT1HE Subscriber has at present on hand
JL a large stock of Bricks of superiorqua I
lity, which he offers in such quantities as WW
may be wanted, at the lowest possible price 1 T
For the Convenience of his Town Custo
mers, he Mteodoia future to keep always
a considerable supply to town; those in im
mediate want of the article will be supplied
by application toMr. James Roberts, either
at his residence in West BrOad-Street, or
Juqe 84 79
BAS RECEIVED PER SHIP EMPE
ROR,AMD OTHER LATE
AFFLE AND WAFER IRONS
Dost Pans and Spit-Boxee
Hair and Wist Brooms
Club and Broad Axes
Scrubbing, Cloth Mid Haic Uriahna
A few dozen Pocketlights
N. B. WEED.
Jnlv 93 Bin
A M Carroll
Mrs Hariet Cammel
Peter R Clifton
Mess Dewar ftFoth-
Mrs C Elsaon
Wm H Fergurann
arcuiipuuy a iiiiiijMs i
J Mary^F l pop0 tl 140000 Tickets—-Not one blank to a prite.
< Cleminton Powers
l Thomas Page
\ John Rsimes
t Daniel Ramshart
: Elenor Rtkcr
> Joseph Ribero
j Surah Robertson
t Ann H Roe
< Joseph Roes
| Charles Roberta
j Dr Chss W Rogers
j Joseph H Russel
I Nancy Samuel
* Catharine Shearer
James B Sealy
Joseph F Stevens
John A Stevens,Senr
Vf III A* A rigtniniii »«vvv
Cap Rob Fitiutnary Jane Simons
Michail Galloway 8
| List. M. R. T. Mor
Miss tbuli Mwii ; Lima fleottos
James M Smith
John A Smith
William H Smith
John M Sykes
j lshtm Scott
ID VALUABLE DISCOVEKY.«a
A IWmefty ior the Tiles
T HK Medicine now offered to the public
isnnn which has been fully subjected
t» the infallible tost nf experience, end in
overv invtanre where it has been fairly tri
ed- it lias been attended with the most com-
pb te sucrose. In same of the esses, the
patients bad been labouring under the dis
ease tbr years, and during that period, had
received Ihe best medical advice, and had
even undergone a painful surgical opera
tion, without permanent advantage. It ia
let (like those usually advertised) offered
■s a certain cure for a long catalogue of dis
eases,butthnse afflicted with the complaint,
I for which alone it ia recommended, may re-
I If with confidence upon obtaining relief,
even in ite worst forms in a short time; and
themselves are the best judges of the im
portance of such a remedy. Price 60 cents
per box, with directions signed hy the pro
prietor. Prepared and sold at
JAMES A. AUSTIN’S
Brag and Chemical Store, 873 North Third
St above callowhill, Philadelphia.
The proprietor. has appointed Lay ft
nssnaicKsoN, corner of Congress and
whitaker-streets, Shad’s Buildings, sole a-
(ents for the sale of this medicine in Savan
Oct 6 23
Piali?f Fortes, Curled Hair Ma-
irasses, Feather Beds,
BOLSTERS ft PILLOWS, CHAIRS,ftc.
T IIE subscriber offers for sale the follow
ing articlos, warranted to be of tiic |
Sideboards, Sets of Dining Tables
Single do do Sofas, Tea Tables
Breakfast do. Dressing Tables
Do. with Glasses, Card Tables
Rosewood Work Tables, Mahogany do
Double and single Work Stands
Ward Robes, Piano Stools
Mahogany Chairs, Curled Maple do
High Post Mahogany Bedsteads -
Do do Curled Maple do
Mahogany Field Bedsteads
Curled Maple do
Mautle and Pier Glasses
Cribs, Cradles, Easy Chairs
Candle Stands, Window Blinds
Hall Lamps, Brass Ponders, Wire do
Andirons, Top js and Shovels
Dressing Glasses of every description
Double and Single Hair Mattrusses
Do do Moss do
Feather Beds, Bolsters aad Pillows
Children’s Chairs of all kinds
Windsor Choirs of every description
Cots and Matrasses to fit.
| AA KEGS PRIME LARD, landing]
IUU from ship Savannah, and for sale
by C. C. Go. IS WOLD ft CO.
August *fi 1
Essential Oil of Spruce,
J UST received from the Patentee, and
neatly put up in phials, and tor sale by
JustReceived and for Sale,
I 9A Ann CABANA SEGARS. by | J""™ T).'Z'Z
iU,UUU J. B. HERBERT Si CO. If*!“
Mrs Mnry H Hardee
Miss Ann B Harmon
Mrs Levina Herno
Miss Sarah Harris
Joseph orSarsh Hut
Miss Rose Julman
Mrs H R Jackson
Miss S M Irvine
Mrs Sarah Jones
E mpty wine bottles. Apply to
May It GEO. RYERSON.
M C ICensir
Mrs Ann M Keen
Sarah R King
Josiah F Scruggs
j Martha A Tiot
John M West
John B Witter
Thos H Williams
' Daniel Wilson
| William Williams
I Permela Wingate
| John Y White
; Joseph Wiggius
I Ann Williamson
The balder of two tickets, will be certain
of obtaining at least one prize, and may
Mode or Deawino.—The numbers will
be put into one wheel as usual—and in the
other wheel will be put the prizea above the
denomination of $4. and the drawing to
progress in tho usual manner. The 80,000
prizes of 44, will be awarded to the odd or
even nnnibers in the Lottery, (is the ease
may bei dependant oo the drawing of the
Capital Prize of THIRTY THOUSAND
DOLLARS—that is to say, if the $30,000
prize ahould come out to an odd number,
then every odd number in the achomo will
bv entitled to a $4 prize : if the $30,000
prize seould come out to an even number,
1 hen all the even numbers in the scheme
will be each entitled to $4.
Odd numbers are those ending with 1,3,
5,7, or 9.
Even numbers are those ending with 8,
4,6,8, or 0.
' Tiiis mode ot drawing not only enables
the Commissioners to complete the whole
Lottery iu one drawing, but has the great
advantage of distributing the small prizes
regularly to every alternate number in tho
scheme, so that the holder of two tickets or
two shares of tickets, one odd arid one even
number, will be cerlaio of obtaining at least
one prise, and in the asm# ratio tor any
ransENT Mice or ti'-Sets.
Wholes $5, Halvas $8 50, Quarters $186
All orders promptly attended to, at
1 Prixe of
Less than two blanks to a prize. Prizea
payable forty davs after the drawing, but
the cash may be had instantly, subject to
tho usual deduction of fifteen per cant.
i : 8 86
A Negro Man.
A PRIME Negro Man, about 35 years of I . U. i Y.
age, a good field hand. For sale by Benjamin Lavender j Isaac Young
1 CALVIN BAKER. Augustus B Long- J Jcnnolt G Young
nne 94 f 79 —- J-
^THE subscriber respectfully informs the
. public, that he has opened an exten-
j Ve e8t *Wishnient in the above line, next
S° r “«h of his Cabinet Furniture Ware-
Houae, m Whittaker-Street; and will at all
fnt sale a general assortment
Further Beds, Bolsters and Pillows
“•ureases made from pare curled hair
u»- prepared moss
®o- for ship’s births
Chairs, Beadsteads, Cotta, Door
afp-t- e xttnaire assortment
All ilf 1 "ff Furniture of every description.
- r f which, will be sold very low for cub
| "'Pproved Credit. ’
v „ „ I- W. MORRELL.
«,v ? 6fM ' Mahogany Chaim, Ea-
I & H,ir M»tr£s<£, corded and
‘he best manner.
J UST received by the William Wallace
three dozen best quality India Do<
| Mats, for sale by I. W. MORRELL.
March 16 93
Fresh Teas and Cassia.
JUST BEer.IVIn PER SHIP EMPEROR,
i John S Maxwell
> E R Young
t William H Young
} Elizabeth Young
; George Youlle
J Geo J Zipperer
PREPARED BV HENRT JAMES.
A N approved remedy tor Dyspepsia, or
Indigestion, Habitual Costiveness, and 1
It is well known thnt Dyspepsia is one of
the most frequent end formidable diseases
nf onr country. Its commencement is in
dicated in different patients by various
I symptoms, of which the must remarkuble
Irregularity of the bowels, obstinate cne-
tiveness. headteh, commonly called nervous
| or sickly headnch, yellowness of the eyes
and skin, acidity of the stomach after eat
ing, often called heart burn, flatulence nr
wind on the stomach, bitter taste in the
mouth in the morning, fetid breath, drow-
| sines* after dinner, debility, lassitude, ema
ciation, depression of spirits, ftc.
Piles being connected with indigestion
and coHtiveness. are certainly and speedily
removed by the Pills.
A fresh supply of the above valuable me
dicine has just been received, and for sale
by LAY ft HENDRICKSON,
net 6 ' / 93
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Whole : : i : : $60 I Quarters ;
Half: i : : i : i 85 | Eighth : :
This is the most magnificent scheme that
has ever been offered tor the patronage of
the friends of Lottery adventure in Ameri
ca. The small number of Tickets, and thd
unexampled demand for them, is s sufficient
warrant that there will not he a chanca
left, for weeks before the day fixed for the
drawing, and that the price of Tickets will
shortly rise to $60.
17 Gentlemen are therefore requested to
be enrly in their application, aa ill orders
actually mailed before the rise, will be en
titled to Be supplied at the present rates.
*** Notes of the Bank of the U. States
and its Branches, and. generally, the Notar
of all Bank* that pay specie, received at .
Alio, Mercantile Drafts at sight, on any
Of the targe cities, and Pri»e Tickets receiv
ed freely in payment.
All lettera to Be post paid.
The mails may he relied on aa being per
fectly safe tor ali remittances.
YATE8 $ M’INTIRE,
Sept. 80 16|it dec
Hanaway from the Subscriber,
O N Wednesday, 84th ult. a large Yellow
negro man, named FREDERICK.—
He is generally known in the adjoining
counties as a fiddler. He was seen in Spar
ta on Friday last. It is believed he will go
in Augusta, He may have a forged pass’,
as he enn read and write.
A suitable reward will bn given tor his
pprehensinn and confinement in any jail
in the state, so that I can get him.
Milledgevjlle, August 98
Sent 87 T9
Hubbard S Marshally; Jefferson Zipperer
GEORGE SCHLEY, P. M.
Oct 1 81
HALL & HOYT,
Also, a large assortment of Brussels and I lesOT.*?* asft I«i
Ingrain Carpeting and Rugs to match ioo do do Hyson do ~ 8C, , lr j Mar ,y * Margaret, from New
Ingrain Carpeting and Rugs
The above articles can bo examined at
the store in Wbittaker-Street, opposite Col.
Shellinan. I. W. MORRELL.
March 15 93
Drugs and Medicines
J UST received per ship Savannah, an
additional aupply of FRESII DRUGS
and MEDICINES, sueh aa—'
Calomel, Suphate Quinine
Pulverized Colombo. White Wax
Quassia, Isinglass, Calc’d Magnesia
Henry’s Pulverized Rhubarb
Hair Powder, ftc.
ALSO, IN STORE,
500 Bottles Castor Oil, cold' pressed; I
600 do do do do 8d quality
300- do do low priced for pkro.-
, tation use
30 Barrels Glauber Salts
16 do Green Copperas
80 Half Barrels and Kegs do
3 Barrels English ^ Refined Epsom
All ol which will bo-sold low tor cash or ap
proved credit. IT North Carolina Bills ta
ken-at par, and Darien Bills at a small dis
count. LAY ft HENDRICKSON,
Druggist*, Shad’s Buildings.
10 Chests Hyson do
3 Half Chests Pouchong do
800 Mats Cassia
For sale by J. B. HERBERT ft CO.
P HILADELPHIA WHISKEY,in hogs
heads, just received and for sale by
Sept 8 C. C. GRISWOLD ft CO; I Forsaloby
York, and for sale by
J. B. HERBERT ft CO.
Hams and Flour, &c.
OAA SUPERIOR HAMS in bags
mUU 20 Barrels Superfine New Flour
10 Pipe. Holland Gin
8 do Cognac Brandy
HALL ft HOYT.
orrT'R FOR SAL*.
BUSHELS Baltimore prime
10,000 wt. Baltimore Bacon, assorted
85 hhds St Croix Sugars
10 pipes Holland Gin
6 do Cognac Brandy (Seignettes)
10 casks Cheese
80 bbls mess Beef
100 boxes smoked Herring (fVeeh)
10 bills Cranberries
500 Hams in bags tor family use.
T HE subscriber begs leave to inform Iris
friends and customers, that he has
taken JOHN FALLS WALKER into part
nership. and that in fiiturc the FACTOR.
AGE and COMMISSION BUSINESS
will be carried on under firm of
HobeYt MatUit & Co
They will be much obliged to their friends
for a share of their custom^ and will use
their best, exertions to merit the same—
Reasonable advances will be mads on all
properly s< nt to their sddress.
No. 7. Kiddell’s Wharf, Charleston.
Sent 57 lrite
Cognac Brandy, Goshen But
ter and Salmon.
-gj/lbiPIPES fourth proof Cognac Brandy,
J. U warranted pure as imported, Grape
10 Kegs Goshen Butter -
6 Boxes Smoked Salmon-
Just received and tor sale by
Sept 8 J. B. HERBERT ft CO.
City Treasurer's Office. I
6th Oct. 18*5. J
Assize of Bread
T HE average price of Fleur being $5 75
perbbl. 196 Ite. weight; the weight
A FRESH SUPPLY of Gennine London
Mustard, suitable for medicinal and
other purposes; just received-and for saie by
LAY ft HENDRICKSON,
Oct 1 Shad’s Buildings.
I A FRSSH SUPPLY of best patent cold
I A pressed Castor Oil, for- family and
plantation use, for sale bv
March 59 Opposite the Exchange.
Black Ink and Ink Powder.
A FRESH SUPPLY of these ; superior
articles,' manufactured by Maynard ft
Noyes, of Boston, has just bean received
per brig Index, and far sale hy
LAY ft HENDRICKSON.
Oet 11 Drnrryists. Shad's Boilriingr*.
Fulton Market Beef* frc.
Jml Termed,peg echr.. Mary and Margaret
K HALF BBLS. Fnhon Market Beef
• J 10 Bnrrela 8«rgentV Crackers
44 Do No. 1,1 and 3, Miekifel
For sale hv
BRADLEY, dLAGHORN ft WOOP,
Oct f Aociaox’e Whsjf.
•f AA BARREL8 Richmond Superfine
J. "" Flour, from new wheat, jest re-
12} cents Loaf
6J “ “ I
Of which all Bakers and Sellers
will take due notice.
M.W. STEWART, c.r.
oct 6 84
N»attrSiirS£l*ta?ir eofite, pork and. Lard, -wMSa**
- - - .Bagscoffee ' I V 6 *’ 1
15 Bbls Hess Pork, N.Y. city inapec.
50 do Prime do do do
for sale by C. C. GRISWOLD ft CO,
SeptS . ,
d CABRT8WOLD ft CO.
■ffS opened on Mondays, Wednesdays; and
JL Fridays, ftonr 3 until S'o*hldck;
-■ oet-4- SI 1
William C. Way,
LATE OF THE FIRM OF WAY ft BA-
KER. SAVANNAH: GEO.
O FFERS his services to his friends and
the public, in the
General Commission Business,
in this place, end solicits their patronage.
References to Moser*. A. Low ft Co. Sa
vannah. Geo.; G. Breittmayer ft Co. Au
Angnsta, Sept. 6, 1885.
Oct 6 tfl+h
T HE subscriber. will open his Night
School for the Instruction nf Youth,
at hi« residence nesr the Cstholie Chnrch,
on MONDAY; 3d October.next, wherein
will he taught Reading, Writing. Vulgar
and Decimal Arithmetic. Geographv and
Book keeping; in a methodical Wav not •:
* Sept 6 ' 17}i,tfta
N INE month* after date application will
be made to the Honorable the Jus
tices of the Inferior Court of Chatham
County, for leave to sell Y tract of land,
known as number mght. 6th. District, Pike
'formerly Monroe) County. ftr the benefit
if the heirs and creditor! of the estate of
ofN. ft Bayard.
N. J. BAYARD,
Adm|iiistrator estate ft. S, Bayard.