S ^TEiNfl OFF AT COST, FOB
%ail —'l'ho iiibreribor, intending to ioovo
HSifi'SELLING' Oi:F IiU mock of very
a S?Uoo(l«« com, nfl'orfing im opportunity to
jESi of pitrolmilno the ENTIRE
groin will Imvo a vory liUomlducount tnwlo
Ijjow oort. iiidolitcd to tlio nubscribor,
riitarby note or otkorwim), ore reonootod to coll
KnvOOODS.-Uy the l'ua or Tnekagc.
I l-rfce onbsertber Una now in more n lnrgo nnd
Tim Cry Is, Still They Cornel *
•pvltAWN NUMBERS or Georgia Sttlo Lot-
I / lory, Claaa No. 4, which Was drawn at Co
lumbus, 13th itist.
43 24-30 64 05 20 63 10 41 23 1 59 IV 34
E9-Tlckota Nos. 17 23 65-2334 68—17 24 59
prises sold in tho above lnttniy. Call Ibr tho cosii
WYLLY'S LUCKY OFFICE.
Our Favorite 1
X*; SK rn»1 VoBcii. on oramluaUm. or
S whlcIT ho (latlors himsoir will oompore
luccmd lly, bodi in tho oMortinont ondprioos,
rno TUB LADIES OF SAVAN-
| ]VAII.—1beg loavo to inlorui tlio Ladies or
Bovonnnh, tliot I hove received on elegant nnd
choice assortment, cnrofillly nnd opoeinlly oelect-
3 to nflbr iiidncontotita wordiy your consldoro-
rired nml'llinck Silks; Cnalimores nnd Merinos,
Bfousseliiw do Iuiiims; Silk nndWollon Plaids,
Plaid* for Cloaks; Ginghams; AIpneens,
bunion Shawl* nnd Scarls; Broclm nnd Cnsh’o do
Froncli Knibroidorioa; Blnck and White Laces,
Hlack mid White Veil*; Bridal Long Veils,
Cane* nnd Berthas; Fringo nnd Trimmings,
ljing and SliortGloves; Col’d Vclvcts&. Plushes,
•Florence* ami Mnrcellincr, Tulle Illusion,
fiatiii*nnd Bros d’Orlonns; Volvot Ribbons,
IjicoDresses, [French work] Muslin do. do.
Mantillas, Cloaks and Visites,
Fino Kroncli Flowers nnd Feathers,
UiMioiis or all descriptions,
jellies Caps, mndo nnd linniado,
Fancy Neck-Tics nnd Cmvats; Combs, Slides,
Buttons, Funs, Purses, Bugs, Hosiery,
Fancy China Articles, &c. &c. &c.
At vory reasonable prices, nt
3 MISS F. KENDRICK’S,
Congress Street, Pulaski Sijiinro.
N. II. The fashions will be opened on Thursday
Hist inst. D— oct 18
OME IND USTIt V.—50 Gallons Hun-
nhrey's Superior Cologne. Hater—I’ronoune-
, cil to bo superior to the boat imported German,
French or English manufacture. Prepared ami
gold by WM. HUMPHREYS, JR.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
ort 18 Savannah, (ia.
in ENIJINE FARINOS#—100 boxes, im-
VJ ported in the F.uglish ship Enchantress, for
tale at $1,50 por box, by
net 18 WBt. HUMPHREYS, JR.
S AVANNAH MANUFACTURE.
Humphreys' Improved Scullitz Powders. In
high estimation for Indigestion, Heartburn, Sick-
jicad Ache or Billions affection*. These Powders
are prepared by mo for my trudo only, and of the
very best materials. Tliov have none of the bit
ter nauseating taste tlio Hcidlitz Powders genor-
nllyhnvc. Being Home Manufacture I can afford
to tdl them for less than tiny other house, in the city.
Prepared by WM. HUMPHREYS, Jit.
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
oct 18 Savannah, Gn.
G roceries.—i7& bags itio cairee, 20
do. Lnguira do.
100 bbls. New Orleans Whiskey,
2 quarter casks Legr From
125 bbls. Western Flour, choice old Brandy
50 tierces prime Culm Molluscs
50 half bbls. Butter, Sugar and Soda Crackers
110 boxes Hammond's Soap, 30 do. Fay’s Palo
do., 45 do. Colgate’s do. do., 4 half boxes
20 boxes No.l Chocolate, 40 M. Principe Sogers
10 bags Black Peiier,5 do. Allspice
20 boxes Mustard
75 do. . 10’s Clifton's Tobacco, 50 do. 5’s'do.
do., 20 do . lb. W. Rogers’ do
15 bbls. Clarified Sugar
13 hhds. choice St. Croix Sugar
'125 Dctnijoiis, l’s, 2’s, .Ts and 5’s
00 doz. Painted Buckets, H0 boxes Table Salt
GO doz. Brooms, 3 chests Oolong choice Tea
20 casks Uyuas’ London Porter
10 baskets Diicncn Ciinmpngue
25 boxes assorted Cordials
50 bbls. Crashed nnd Powdered Sugar
10 bags Brazil Sugar, 10 oigliths casks Brandy
15 qr. casks Malaga Wino
15 qr. ami 15 eighths Dourottn Malaga Wino
15 «jr. and 15 pigths casks Madeira Wine
2 half pipes Otard, Diipuy & Co’s. Brandy
5 bbls. Clove Loaf Gin, lo do. Cordials
10 M. Venus Regalia Segars
125 reams Wrapping Paper
50 gross Amlorson’s Chewing Tobacco
20 boxes Perfumed Soap, 200 gross Matches
2 qr. cm*ks l.egro Frersehoieu old Brandy
50 boxes Codfish, 100 do. Herring
20 do. Pickles, 50 mats Cinnamon
75 do. Pipes
20 do. Tomato and Walnut Catsup
30 do. Sperm. Candles, 4’s and B’s
20 do. Hull’s do. 4’s, G’s and 8’s
50 bills. Whale Oil, 25 do. Sperm, do.
50 do. Vinegar, JO do. Jamaica Riiiii
15 do. St. Croix Rum, 10 do. N. O. Sugar
IW. 1 ami 2 .Mackerel in whole and half bids.
In store ami for sale on favorable terms, by
"<* 1» CONNERAT & BARIE.
Draws in public,- at Wylly’s Ofllco, To-Morrow,
10th Oct. at 4 o’clock.
Sales close same aftornoon at 3 o’clock.
GEORGIA STATE LOTTERY.
Class No. 5—D. Pains & Co., Arunngors.
For the Benefit of the Independent Fire Company of
1 prizo of
4 prizes of
&c. «xc. &c.
Tickets $1—shares in proportion.
THE TRULY LUCKY LOTTERY.
Sales close To-Morrow Afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Drawing duo Wednesday Morning.
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OF
• DELAWARE AND GEORGIA.
For the Benefit of the Independent Fire Company of
Class No. 42—D. Paine & Co. Managers.
Drew in Wilmington, on Saturday Kith inst.
78 .number lottery—13 drawn ballots.
Tickola $10—Halves $5—Qr*. $2]—Eighths $1J
For stdo nt
G. W. WYLLY’S LUCKY OFFICE,
Corner of Bull St. and Bay Lane.
PsF Ordors from tho country promptly attend-
od to, and prizes ensiled on domirnd. oct 18
5 prize* of
More Prizes Soldi
D RAWN NUMBERS ofGreononnd Pulaski
Monument Lottery, Cluss No. GO, drawn in
Charleston on the 14th inst.
GO 71 45 50 21 .’18 1 22 20 55 14 3G 33
LlTHnlfTicket, No. 22 20 55 a nrizo of$1000,
and Whole, Half nnd Qunrtur Tickets Nos. 1 20
33—22 GO 71—38 45 GO prizes of a loss amount,
were sold by P. B. PENDERGAST in the abovo
Lottery. Call for the cash or ruuow in tho two
following schemes. s
LAST MORNING OF BALE.
ANI> ONE A MO NO THE BEST.
Sales close This Morning at 12 o'clock.
78 numbers—14 drawn ballots.
Greene amt Pulaski Monument Lottery.
Extra No. 42, for 1347.
Was drawn in Alexandria, Va. on Saturday last.
Drawing duo on To-Morrow Morning.
J. W. Maury & Co. Managers,
(Successors to J. G. Gregory & Co.)
GRAND IIIUIIEST PRIZES.
_ prize o
&c. «&c. &c.
Tickets $10—Halves $5—Quarters $2 J
5-3PA Package of quarters will cost $65,00 and
is warranted to draw back $35,00. Whole and
half packages in proportion.
THE SECOND SCHEME—Class 02.
Draws in Charleston on Thursday 21sl.
75 numbers—12 drawn ballots.
25 prizes of
Tickets $5—Halves $2,50—Qunr’rs $1,25.
O^Tiekctsnnd Shares forsiiln.aiiil orders from
the country attended to at the Old Established Of
fice of P. B. PENDERGAST,
No. White House, Owens* Btiilijiugs, Bull
St. opposite the Pulaski House,
D o MB STIC Gl N, *«•.—50 bar
I’hclns’ Gin; 30 boxes New Bedford Spt
Candles;2 hhds Coillisb;50 boxes Scaled llcrriiij
landing from bark Vernon, nnd for sale by
Jiet 10 SCRANTON &. JOHNSTON.
^rOBACCO, Ac.—28 boxes 5’s Tobacco;
ii JP boxes Stmighton Bitters, lauding from
bark V criiou, nnd for sain by
J* CONNERAT & BA RIF..
B UTTER.—5 begs host Goshen Butler,
landing from brig Piiilura, and for sale by
Mtl« CONNERAT A BARIE.
riUSIIUI) SUGAR, Ac.—25 bids,
i. Woo,s °y ^ Woolsoy’H Crashed Sugar ; 25
baskets Champagne; 25hexes N. Bedford Sperm
Candles, G’s ; 10 half chests Hyson Ten * 10 bbls
Soda Biscuit; ]() IiIiIh Woolsoy & Woolsey re-
aacd Sugar, lauding from bark llorebel, and for
M, ° b y SCRANTON & JOHNSTON
ItlEtAl.LlC CORK PIIBSMUUS
A highly useful article, for sale by
A. A. SOLOMONS. Agt.
; Market Square.
fklLS.—Sperm ami Whale Oil, u full supply
»u baud and for solo by
, ia A.T. BOWNE,
— Smpts* Buildings.
GBIVIIItlKS.—50 kegs Hazard’s Powder;
200 bugs assorted Shot; 100 (irindstoncs; 50,-
000 Spanish Segars, part very clmico ; 50 packa
ges Stuart’s loal and crashed Sugars; 100 barrels
Georgia Flour; 50 boxes Hull’s Caudles; 10 qr.
casks Malaga Wine; 20 boxes assorted Cordials;
25boxns Buchan’s Soap;200 reams wrapping Pa
per »20 casks India Ale ; 20 bbls Potatoes. Just
received and for sale by
oct 18 II. A. CRANE.
/'10FFI3I3, SOAP, PAILS, Ac.—
Vy Landing from brig PJiilura—100 bags Rio
Colleo, 50 boxes common Soap, 50 do. Family
20 dozen Painted Pails, 10 half chests llysun
Tea, 10 do. do. lllucU do. For sale by
oct 18 *• E. SWIFT.
t lOFFFF.—200 bags very nuperi
f ba; 10 bagsMoclino; 200 do. Rio; 51
rior old Cu-
.50 do. Java,
rueeivod by rucenl arrivals, for sale by
oct 18 II. A. CRANE.
my. foot nearly off, instead of the troe.. D.i
tills misfortune I employed myself in perusing tlio
fragment leaves of an old volutdo, printed in Eng
land some hundred years ago. Among these
scaltorod loaves I read of on herb which had been
onalyzod by some of England’s ancient Alche
mists, shewing properties and qualities never be
fore found in any plant that was ever discovered.
This one herb, under tho forco of tho Rotort
and Crucible, developed more than ten distinct
properties. This fact struck my mind so forcibly,
that it was impossible to get rid of it. Something
scomod to tell mo that Providonco, whoso special
care is oxtonded towards all his creatures, had
nover concentrated into one small herb so many
medicinal qualities, as various and as complicated,
although perfectly ideutical as tlio humau blood,
without n wiso and good purpose. Hero was to
bo found the acids, the alkalis, the oils, the water,
tho air, tho salts, tho soda, Ac., all couibined, con
centrated, and cliomically united into one single
elemeut of power, forming a substance more al
lied and in affinity to the human blood than was
ever before discovered in tlio works of nature.
Laboring under these impressions for sevoral
years, I became uneasy, discontented, and un
willing to confine myself longer to tho duties of a
Every tiling seemed to point my mind to ono
object, viz.: the preparation of this herb into a
medicine. I then determined to return to tlio city
of N. York. I did so, and immediately inquired
for the herb. It was not to be found. 1 then
sent to Europo and there found it under another
Having prepared tho article to my satisfaction,
I gavo it away to all who would use it. Hun
dreds, I might say thousands, took it into their
fuuiilics and used it: some for ono thitmand
some fur another, mid all from tlio very unit to
tlio very Inst, pronauncod it of unrivaled excol-
leuco and power.
Tho first ease that came under my observation,
was u man that hud lost tho uso of his arm for
some years. Tho Ointment restored his arm
completely in a few days. This surprised mo as
much us it did tlio patient. After him there came
tf man with sore eyes produced by gunpowder—a
very bud cuso indeed. One box only sutllcied to
niuKo u perfect cure. And I would here remark
that hundreds imvo been cured of sure eyes,
who never fuuud any relief but in this Oint
There next enmo a woman who was suffering
cxcruciutiug pain from tlio ague in tho face.—
Her pliysieinn (thinking it the tonthncho,) had
extracted eleven of lior teeth. But the difficulty
still remained as bad as evor. The Application
of tho All Healing Ointment, was attended with
immediate cessation of pain. Her face however,
begun to swell, and the surface was covered over
with pimples of eruption liko prickly bout. In
ouo day all this disappeared. About tlio same
time, a lady made application with it for tho
headache of long stunning, and a fulling of the
hair. The Ointment- cured her heudachc, and
restored her hair. Sinco this, I have known tho
Ointment to cure cases often, twenty nnd forty
years standing. I hesitate not to say, that it is
almost an infallible remedy for this complaint.
About tins thno there were two cases, one of
Consumption, und tlio other of Scrofula, which
had buflled the skill of every physiciun who pros
cribed. It was wonderful to witness tho otFoct of
the Ointment on these personx. No ouo would
heliove it unless they had personally-witnessed it.
But it did tho work properly. There was no half
way business, for they recovered their health in a
Rheumatism, Fevcrj Quinzy, Sore Throat, Cu
taneous Eruptions, diseases of tlio Spiuo, and
Nervous Compluints were treated with unheard
of success. But ill Chest discuses, such us Asth
ma, pain and oppression, I believo there is no hot
ter remedy. Also, the common diseases, such as
Ulcer Sores, Scald Head, Humors of tho Skin,
Inflammation, Piles, Sore Eyes, Sprains, Bruises,
and Burns, it seems to be u perfect untidote.—
People would como into tho store smiling, wish
ing to knew if 1 was really tho Seventh Son, or
whethur the Ointment that I gave them wus indeed
all-healing in its nature. For said they, not one
single application has failed to cure.
Liver Coinpluint, particularly, was treated with
great mid universal succoss.
It produced such good results in all cases that it
has liuon noised ubroad, und I was oifured sums of
money for a receipt to mako it for private uso
merely. Evory man spoke well of it, us it had
duuoso much gdud.
Not withstanding all, I iinvo been careful not to
recommend it, oxcupt incases I know it would do
good. I wus never willing to lend myself to uny
tiling without first testing its merits. ’This I on-
doavor to do on every occasion, and when I acted
as one of the Sick Committee in the Lodge of I.
O. of O. F. I then tested it upon Brothers iu tlio
most critical conditions, and hud abundant oppor
tunity of proving its worth.
And, in conclusion, I would remark that I lmvc
pluced this Ointment before tlio people of the U.
States during the Inst nitio or twelve moutlis, nnd
so general has been tho satisfaction, nnd so great
amount of good done, that more than half a mill
ion of boxes have already been sold. I do really
believe there never was a medicine which gained
such widespread, universal and unanimous satis
faction us tlio All-IIcnling Ointment. From all
parts of the land there liuvo come up ono deep,
sincere und uuivursul voice of approbation saying
“McAlister thy tongue hath dropped tlio word of
truth and love, while health forever attends thy
foot stops.” And were I now to give all the good
sayings of the people, thuir unqualified approval,
their thankfulness and gratitude, their joy at rocov
cring from disoase and sickness, I could fill u
volume. James McAlister, New York.
For snlo, wholesale anil retail, by
J. M. TURNER & BROTHER,
oct 18 Agents for Savannah.
MILL, A. M. Picket maitcr, will sail with des
patch. For freight or, passage, having superior
ctato-room accommodations,, apply on board at
^T' 8UPP ° rW WWllT & CO.
Seml.W<»Ur U. tk m.' HreuthYxckM l.Uio.
SAVANNAH «. PAtATKA, FLA.
BY TH*JVAT or ;
Darien, Brunswick, St. Marys, Qeo.; Jacksonville,
Black Creek fy Picolqla, Fla.
In connection Wltfi tha Charleston Doily Mail
Steam-padkotsat Savannah,theateamer SARAH
SPALDING, from Pal&tkH to Lako Monroe,
tho U. S. Moil Stage*/from Picolatn to St. Au
gustine, and from Black Creek, via Newnansville,
Alligator, Mineral Springs & Columbus, to Tal
OCAMULGEE. Capt. A. Chase.
ST. MATTHEWS “...P. McNulty.
These packets leave Savannah ovory Tuesday
and Saturday MoRtnttas, at 10 o’clock, and ar
rive at Picolata in time for tho Mail Stages to go
throygli to StAugustine before night every
Thursday and Monday.
Returning, leave Palatka every Tuesday and
Friday Morning at 7 o'clook, touching as abovo
They are both low pressure boats, in complcto
order, and handsomely fttrniahed in ovory respect;
are commanded by gentlemen of well known ex
perience on tlio route, and their patrons are as
sured that evory attention Will be paid to the safety
nnd comfort ofpossongors, and to tlio careful hand
ling of ft-oight.
Brooks & Tuppor. Savannah.
A. A. DeLorme ...Darien.
G. Friedlundor Brunswick.
John Bessent St. Maiys.
Fernandez & Bisboo Jacksonville.
A. Coy / Blnck Creek.
Geo. Cooloy .Picolata.
J. P. Hawkins Palatka.
E. Lufitto &, Co..... Charleston.
N. B. Goods consigned to.the Agonts forward
ed freo of commission. Freight from Savannah
and Charleston, and all way freight, payable by
M. rooms in thulmild-
ing Ibrmerly occupied by the Savannah Iu-.
surancoand TJnist Company, suitable for a Mer
chant, with the rooms ill tho 2d story above, which
areconvemontfbr law offices or lodging rooms.
Apply to . JOHN N. LEWIS.
july 29 —
FOR KJCNT.—A pleasant residence
•next West of Judge Demon, • In Broughton
sweet, ithas six chambers and two parlora-ond
kitchen, and wash room, and servant’s room on
basement, also stable and carriuge house.
Also another in Broughton sweet, a little lower
down, having.three chnmbers, and two parlors,
and kitchen, wash room, and servants’ room in
bnseraont. Possession given of both 1st Novem
ber next. Apply to
july 29 F. W. HEINEMANN.
Express & Accommodation Line.
“ 2-1 Hours In Advance of U. S. Mail.”
SAVANNAH AND PALATKA, E. F.
Via. Darken, Brunswick, St. Marus, Jacksonville,
Black Creek, Picolata, and all Intermediate
The steamer WM. GASTON, Cnpt. Win. C.
Mondell, will leave evory Tuesday Morning at 10
o’clock, for tlio above nnmed places, arriving at
Palatka “ 12 Hours in Advance” of U. S. Mail,
und in returning will arrivo in Savannah on Sat
urday Morning “24 Hours in Advance."
Stages will run in connection with tho Wm.
Gostou to all the interior Towns and to St. Au
Tho Wm. Gaston has had a now boiler put...
and has boon thoroughly overhauled and painted;
she is conmmnded by a gentleman of acknowl
edged experience, and togoUior with her “ supe
rior accommodations and speed, sho must bo the
fuvorito boat on the route.”
For freight or passago apply on board, or to the
Agent it H. D. SORREL.
N. B.—Tho Agent will receive goods free of
commissions to he forwarded by tho Win. Guston.
All Freight payable by the shippers.
t3?»The steamer Win. Guston will be ready to
tow vessels every Saturday. oct 7
N AILS.—300 kegs assorted, for sale by
oct 18 H. A. CRANE.
M OLASSES,—50 libUs. Cuba, for sale by
del 18 II. A. CRANK.
gEAIS LA NI> V © T TON B A G-
■75 rolls, for sale b'
B uttjgk, ciilf.nl a no lard.
10 kegs choice Goslien Butter, 50 boxes do.
do. Cheese, 10 bbls. choieu Leaf Lard, 30 kegs
do. Landing from brig Piiilura, and for sale by
net 18 E. SWIFT.
1 X. X. so'ui/lONS, Agmit,
1^^ * 'I’EIt.-—A line article of tioshcu But-
. J ,,st rccuiv ‘'d and for sale by
?. ALBERT HARD.
I | NO A PS.—15 boxes of Yaricgu-
. to'land While scented Soaps in bars, just
received per brig Vernon, and for sale by
.. a k° r * Broughton ami Whitaker Sts.
^__ocU8 Smols’ Buildings^
(^MPHINE 5 bbls. Cnmnhino, for sale
v '. L J r . A.T. llOWNK,
—!2J5_ ■'■]. Huiliiingn.
VV’SfA*! 8 balsam op wild
LIIbitKY.—(hie gross received by
A. A. SOLOMONS, Agent,
—OctJ8 Market Square.
VPIC 128.—Pimento, Cloves, 31 ace, Ciunn-
liuin und Nutmegs, just received and for salo
« , A * A - SOLOMONS, Agent,
AND COFFEE. 20bffik
Ri« p ri 2° * >orto Ri^ 0 Sugar,75 bags prime green
e ’ kwding from hark Herschel. nnd for
o,-u3 SCRANTON & JOHNSTON.
D omestic lioiioks and
WINKS.—50 bbls. New York Gin, 15 do.
Domestic Brandy, 20 do. New York Whiskey of
high proof, 10 do. Tcnorillo Wino, 20 do. Sweet
MalngU'do., 10 do. Madeira do. Landing from
brig Piiilura, and for salo by
oct 18 E. SWIFT.
rimiCCO AND SEGARS. 100
JL packages Tobacco, various qualities, 50,000
common Segura, .25,000 superior do. Instore,
and for salo by E. SWIFT,
oct 18 ’
F ine bed blankets.—u, 10,
11, and 12-4 Whitney Blanket*, 1(M, 11-4
and 12-1 super. French Bod do. Just received,
und for side by
oct 18 GODFREY &. LA ROCHE.
EltSEYS. Washington. Thomusou’s,
-1-^- Hazard’s and Punelubdu Plains, unu oilier
stylos of Kerseys, just received iu store, nnd for
sale by GODFREY & LA ROCHE,
B LANKETS.—Lnmfou Dullil Blanket*.
Twilled do., Green and Blue do., Checked
and Striped Saddle do. For sale by
oct 18. GODFREY & LA ROCHE.
AND FLOEU.-50 bbls. N. E.
Up r»u’ ^ do - Canal Flour, landing from bark
SCRANTON & JUUNSTON.
DE rTEll,—]5 firkins choice Goshen But-
Mdfori"" rUI “ e,i - kndi ” g frol “ bri 6J’liUura,
_ocU8 SCRANTON & JOHNSTON.
(HANAL FLOUR, &C—50 barrel. Ca-
t>„, 4 nal Elour ; 50 half do. do.; 10 kegs Goshen
it*”® 1, ^ 0 xe* Sperm Candles; 50 packages
H n J ea * Landuig and for sale by
oct 18 II. A. CRANE.
/ 4A8IHIEKES.—— For Fall and Winter
Bair.—A good assortment ofCuaimeresof
various styles and patterns, just received and for
sale by GODFREY & LA LOCHE;
D AVIS’ PAIN KILLER. A full
supply of this valuable urticln, received by
A. A. SOL03IONS, Agent,
oct 18 Markut Square
B RAN DY .—10 half pines Otard, Dupuy &.
Co’s. Brandy, 1810; 2 half pipes do. do. do.
18-10, landing from bnrk Herschel, and for salo in
bond, untitled to debenture, by
oct 18 SCRANTON & JOHNSTON.
■\7TSETTS.-—A full supply, iust received
▼ per steamer Southerner. Also, French work
ed Collars; do. do. Chimisctts ; Mourning Coll
ars; Thread Laces, &c. for sale by
oct 18 HENRY LATHROP,
D omestic lkiuors, &c.-so
bbls. Now York Gin, 20 do. do. Whiskey,
15 do. Domestic Brandy, 15 do. Sweet Malaga
Wine, ,15 do. Tencrifle do., 10 do Madeira ao.
landing from bnrk Ycruou and for sale by
oct 16 *E. SWIFT.
N ew fall and winter
GOODS.—SNIDER, LATHROP &
NEVITT, ofior for sale, on reasonable terms.—
PLAINS—25 bales Fancy, 25 do. Cubic Warp,
20 do. Schley’s Manufactured.
KERSEYS—20 bales Washington andGlnsgow,
20 do. Union Rolled, 5 do. Extra heavy Mal
LINSEYS—5hnlcH Fnnoy nnd Plnins.
BLANKETS—25 bales London Dullil some ex
tra large and heavy, 10 do. Bristol, funcy cm(s
3 do. Col’d and Fauey,2do. Fiuo Wliitnoy, bod.
FLANNELS—5 bales Plain and Twilled red, (1.
do. w'hitc, 5 cases Canton, or Cotton.
SHEETINGS—50 bales, 3-4,7-8 and 4-4, brpwii,
10 cases, do. do., bleuelicd.
MARLBORO’ STRIPES—5 bales Fancy and
PRINTS—20 hales American and English, com-
B rising every style and quality.
AWLS—Woolen, Silk and Colton, all qua
lities and si/.os.
DE LA1NES, Low Priced and Fino.
MANDK’FS—Silk nnd Cotton, pocket, Verona,
.Madras* and Romall.
NEGRO CAPS—Kilummock and Scoluh Bon
WOOL SOCKS—L. Priced nnd Fino.
HOSIERY—Ladies, Gents,' and Misses, of all
LACES—Figured and PVif Bobbinott, Edgings
CRAVATS—Ladies and Gents Fancy and Black
Silks. S -
BROAD CLOTHS—Black.Blue, Brown, Mix
ed and Green, Broad Cloths.
SATINETTS—Cadet, Black, Bluo, Mixed and
Fancy Salinctts and Jeans. oct 1
N EW. FALL GOODS*—The subscrib
er has received by Into arrivals, his fall as
sortment of FANCY AND DOMESTIC DRY
GOODS, which consists, in nnrt, of black Alpu-
eas, Silk Warp do. black, plaid aud colored Me
rinos; Worsted Plaid*, Oregon do. Twilled Gin '
hams, French do. Casluncro Dresses, Mouslin i
Loins, rich small figured English and American
Prints, Furniture ao. White und Red Flunnel;
white, brown und blue Canton Flannel, Paper
Cambric and Jaconet Muslin*, Rob Roy and
Broncho Shawls, Printed Casiinero do..Marseilles
Quilts, hemstitched and plain L. C. Hdkfs, Silk
ana Cotton Pocket Hdkf. Gents nnd Ladies’
Cravats, black and brown Tuble Diaper, French
Towels, Irish Linons; Clasps, Rings and Tassels;
Silk Twist for purses, Silk and Cotton Umbrel
las, Oil Cloths, Carpeting and Floor Cloth.
Also, for gentlemen’s wear, as good un assort
ment as can be found in any other store/ of Casi-
mere und Broadcloth, together with a variety of
otherjgoods, which are well worthy the attention
of those who desire good and cheap goods.
Owens’ buildings, South side Market sqr.
TO RENT.—Tho brink Dwelliug
House in Broughton Street, adjoining tene
ment occupied by Col. Ktinpp. It is well finish
ed, has a pump in tho yard, and good curriago
house ana stable in the rear. Possession given
1st Novembor next. Apply to
july 7 A. MINIS.
t FOR RENT*—Tho Dwelling House
at tlio corner of Broughton and Habersham
streots. Possession given on tho 1st Nov.
sept4 ROB. HABERSHAM & SON.
FOR RENT*—Several Houses, sur-
table for small families. Possession given 1st
November next F. W. HEINEMANN.
TO RENT.—From the 1st of Novem
ber next, a commodious Three Story Brick
Dwelling, in South Broud Street, noar St. John’s
Church. Terms vory moderate. Apply to
jnno 3 — If. GANAIIIv
UNITED STATES 3IAIL LINE—DAILY.
Between Savannah and Charleston via Hilton Head
and Ilcatfort, Inland two-thirds of the Way.
The well known
splendid steam packets
MKTAMORA, Cnpt. V. Bnrden,
WM. SEABROOK, Capt. T. Lyon,
GEN. CLINCH, Capt. Win. Curiy,
Will hcreufter leave Snvannnh every ovening nt
half past 8 o’lock, and Charleston every inomitq
ut 9 o’clock, precisely, touching nt Hilton Heat
and Beaufort each way, and uvoiding two-thirds
of tho sea route.
For Freight or Passnge; njiply on board, or to
E. LAFITTE 4& CO., Ag r ts, Charleston.
N. B.—All goods intended for .Savannah or
Charleston will bo forwarded by, the Agents, if
directed to their citre.TViie dreommissiona.
All wny-froight payable by shippers,
For Macon, llawktnsvillc nnd
The steamers ROBERT COL
LINS and SA3I JONES, bavin
been overhauled and thoroughly repaired, wi
commence their trips for tlm abovo plncus as soon
as sufficient freight may offer. For freight apply to
sept 14 L. BALDWIN & CO.
N otice to consignees.—
Transportation Office, Central Hail Hoad—
October 5,1847.—Consignees of Cotton or other
produce.by this Road, are hereby notified that re
ceipts will bo required for all freight delivered.—
They will therefore send persons to receive their
consignments who ure authorised to sign such re
ceipts. L. O. REYNOLDS,
oct C — Eng’r nnd Superintendent.
S ILK. MERINO AND COTTON
Under Shirts and Drawers, just received,
full assortment, and for sola by
• PRICE & VEADER,
oct 16 3— '147 Bay Street.
W ANTED IMMEDIATELY.—
Twelve or fifteen good COOPERS, such
as nro accustomed to making Rico Tierces, for
which libuc.il wages will bo paid, cither by tlio
montli or year. Apply to i
At Mr*. Howell’s Bryan street, near tlio Market,
Boct 12 6”— Or at tho Lower Rico Mill.
T>tANTATION FOR SALE.—Tlio
XT Subscriber olfors for side his Plantation in
Scrivon cmuity, near the 45 milo station, Central
Kpil Road, consisting of from 5 to 700 acres of
Pino and Hnmnioek Land. Tho improvements
oro about 100 acres eleured and under good fence,
a new und comfortable dwelling house with six
rooms nitd all uoccswiry out buildings, a thriving
orelinrd of vnrious kinds of lYuit. Tho situation
is high and healthy with good water, Arc. For
terms, apply to Mr. Jacob Shader, iu Snvnunali,
or on the premises to 11. HAUPT.
oct 7 fin4
P IANO FORTS TUNED AND
REPAIRED.—Samuki. L. SrF.issF.oo>:n re
spectfully informs the citizens of Savannah and
its vicinity, that lie will attend to any calls in the
above line, nnd solicits a share of their patronage.
Orders left at Mr. 1. W. Morrell’s Cubuict Store,
will be promptly attended to.
oct 6 7—
Ry Colicn FottdiclL
On tho 1st Tuesday in December noxt, will bo
sold at the Court House, within tlio legal hours
ofsa]e,the foUoWing nogroos, viz :
' Mintu, Lydia, Tlora, and Hannah, belonging to
tlio estate of A. R- Bagshaw, deceased. By per-
minion of the Inferior Court of Chatham County
and hy order of JOHN MURCHISON,
oct 5 Administrator.
TO RENT.—-The House at tlm head
of Bay Street, recenllv occupied by Mr E B
Crane, as a carriage warehouse.
Also, two large rooms over Ives, Jlorsoy &
Co’s hat store, suitable for cuuiiting rooms of
lawyers’officers. Apply to H. A. CRANE,
■ By Colicn & Fosdftck.
WILL BE SOLD before the Court Houso in
the City of Savannah, on the first Tuesday in
January next, tiie following Real Estato of the
property of tho estato of William Taylor, de
Lot Letter A. on West Broad Street leased to
Charles Van Horn for ten years from first day of
Also, Not No. 8 and Improvements corner of
Broughton and West Broad Streets, Liberty
Ward, subject to an annual rent of Thirty Dol
lars to tiie City.
Also, Wharf Lot, No. 16, at Five Fathom on
tho Suvannoh River.
Also, Tract of Lund, No. 949,19th District, 2d
Section of Chcrokoe, now Cobb Comity, cou:a:n-
tuining Forty (40) Acres.
Also, tho following nersonal proporty belong
ing to the estato ofsuiu William Taylor, deccas-
A Negro Man named Shephard, and a Pew in
the Independent Presyterinu Church in tho City
of Snvuunah, known in tho plan ufsuid Church as
All tlio above property sold by the undersigned
under und by virtue of a Decree in Equity ofthe
Superior Court of Chatham Comity, rendered at
its May Term, 1847.-
oct 2 N. WALLACE, Executor.
By Colicn A Fosdick.
Landing from brig Perseverance, 15 hhds. Cu
ba Muscovado Sugar. In store, 25 lilids. Porto
Rico^Siigar, 25 do New Orleans do. sept 16.
jl TO RENT.—A three story Brick
^Buliding in State Street.
A two story Wooden Building in Broughton st.
A two story Wooden Building in Jutfersou st.
A two story Wooden Building, witli a Baku
House attuchcd, next door cast of Mrs. Bourkc’s
residence. For terms, apply to
sopt 22 COHEN & FOSDICK.
l’O RENT.— 1 That commodious dwel
ling, situated on Wurren square, N. E. cor
ner of Bryan amljlluherslmin streets. For terms
apply on tho premises, or to H. GANAIIL,
sopt 18 .—
pi TO .RENT.—The Dwelling over tlio
subscribers’ store. Appy to
VERSTILLE, LUFBUltROW & BUTLER.
FOR SALE.—A very pluosumiv situ
ated Houso and Lot,No.26,'Crawford Ward.
The building contains three rooms in the base
ment, two spacious parlors on tho first Hour, eight-
teen by fifteen feet. Tho second floor bus lour
very commodious lied rooms. There are ulso on
tho premises all tlio nednssary oat-houses. For
torms apply on tho premises, to
oct 9 — E. WALSH.
TO RENT.—A pleasantly situated
-dwelling house, on Broughton street, witli
two parlours and four bed rooms on tho first
floor, and three rooms neatly finished on tlio se
cond floor, also servants rooms, kitchen, Are. iu
tho basement, and a stable, carriage house, Arc.—
Possession can be had on tho first November.—
Apply at this office. — oct 7
MACON, GA. M
STERLING LANIER. J. A. BROWN,
Ip! TO RENT.—Tenement No. 4, C.i»-
ttiiaol Row. Possession given on tho 1st of No-
•ember next. Apply to
oct 2 F. W. HEINEMANN.
C OLLECTOR’A OFFICE .— Savju
nab, 5tli Oct., 1847.—Sealed proposjJ* will
bo received at this oflico until the first U:iy of
Novomber, at 12 o’clock, 31., for the supply of
rations for the men on board the Light .Ship off
Martin’s Industry, for the torm of ono year from
the first day of Novembor next. Tbo rations to
consist of the articles enumerated in tiro following
table, to wit:—
For tbo Day* ol
Thu rations to be of good, wholesomo quality.
to be approved by the Collector, or such person
ns he may designate to inspect them; und tl.
different articles comprising tho ration to ho do
livered on hoard said Light .Ship monthly, and in
good und sulliciunt casks nnd vessels to bo pro
vided hv the Contractor, und the contents thereof
distinctly marked on each.
Proposals will also lie received nt the same time
and place, for supplying said Light Ship with not
exceeding 15 cords of oak wood Ibr one your, of
good quality, to be duly measured and inspected,
and delivered on board quarterly, nt which periods
payment will bo made uu the production ofthe
Cuptain’s receipts for the same,
oct 4 tnsd W. B. BULLOCH, Collector,
V/ signed Imvo formud a Copai
rPO JOURNEYMEN TAILORS.
A Two or three good workmen will find pro
fitable employment by early application to the
subscriber. JOHN MALLEItY.
oct 4 12—
S CHOOL REMOVED.—G. A. HOL
COMBE informs bis patrons nnd his fellow-
citizonsgenerally, that ho has Removed his Bcltool
to a central situation, viz. the 3Iusouic Lodge,
where ti couple oflnrgo rooms arc open. Ibr the
reception of Pupils of both sexes. A Lady well
educated nnd an experienced Teacher, has charge
of the Junior Classes. He taken this method also
oftlinnkiug his friends for past patronage, extend
ed too, during a season when least expected, os
well as for the opinion tiie majority of them have
been pleased to express rclutive to his character
as a Teacher. 2mus—wept 28
D issolution of cofart
NERSHIP.—Tho Copartnership hereto
fore existing under the firm of J. Washburn &
Wilder is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Either of tbo undersigned are authorised to close
the business of their late firm, und to use the
name of the firm for that purpose.
aug 2 JOHN 11. WILDER.
. — Tlm tindei
tlio firm of Washburn, Wilder & Co.,, for tbo
transaction of u Factorage aud Commission Bu
siness, aud will bo thankful for tlio patronage of
JOHN R. WILDER,
aug 2 FRANCIS G DANA.
D ISSOLUTION.—The Copartnoreliii
heretofore existing under (he lirin of HAM
ILTON, HARDEMAN A. CO., is This Da,
dissolved by mutual consent; either of the un
dersigned are authorised to use the name of tlm
Into lirm in closing up tlm unfinished business of
tlm same. THOS. HARDEMAN,
• C. F. HAMILTON.
Surviving Copartners of tlio firm of Hamilton,
Hardeman A Co.
Savuuiiali, Sept. 1, 1817.
C OPARTNERSHIP. — Tlm under
signed liavu formed a Copartnership uml
tho firm of II AM ILTON A HARDEMAN, for
tlio transaction of a FACTORAGE AND
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, aud
will Im thankful to their friends Ibr a portion of
C. F. HAMILTON.
Savannah, Sept. I, 1847. Onto
Southern Recorder, Milledgeville; Jour
nal A Messenger, Macon; Atlanta Luminary,
Atlanta, copy Ibr four mouth*.
. By r. W. Uiiiucmnui
At Private Solo.—Just landing froit _- a
10 Ithds. ShouMors, n sup^rior articp bet 18
jay it. Wi uememanjt* ,
At Private Sale.—Just landing froni ship Hart
ford, 10 qr. cask* Madoira Wine', 50 boxes Pipes,
arid 10 hnds< Hair.
Also, landing from brig AUco Bentley, 20 boxes
RaisinB, 30 boxes Cheeso. oct 8
By F. W. Hcinomann.
At- Private Salo.— Just landing from «chr.
Wm. P. WiUiums, 20 casks Flakier;^20. casks
Cement. - -«
Also, from*brig Josephus/20-bbW Butter
Crackers; 20 do. Srigardo.rftl do/Pilbt Bread;
15 half bbls. Boston Crackers. oct 2
Champagne Brandy aud Oil.
By F. W Ilclncmaniii '
At Private Salo.—Landing from brigs Augusta
und Mucon, 5 halfpipes Champagne Brandy, 10
bbls. Refined Wlmte Oil. Bopt22
By W. F. llcliicnmim..
At PrivatQ Sole.—Just landing front .brig Piii
lura, 25 qr. casks Sherry Wine. . .sopt 17
/'11IATIIAM SHERIFF’S SALE
V-S On Saturday, 23d October instant, al tho
Palo Alto House, between tlm usual hours of sale,
will be sold, the following Good* and Chatties,
viz; Two Billiard Tables. Ball*, Cues and Maces,
Buck Gammon Boards, Dice and Dominoes; One
Lurgu Looking Glass, ono Eight day Clock, Ele-
von Cuinphiue Lamps, one Set Bar Pumps and
Pipes; Twenty-two Cut Glass Decanters; Forty
Largo Tumblers; one Liquor Pump: one Stove
and Furniture; Thirty Cut Wine Glasses; Thirty,
three Tumblers; Plated Spnuiis; Sugar Dislm's.
Knives and Forks, Plates, Spittoons, Jugs anil
Pitchers, Tobacco Jar, one dozen l’lineh Jugs,
Two Large and FOnr Small Round Tables,
Benches and Citshious.Oue Clock, Thirty Chairs,
and sundry other articles useful to Bur-kccper*.
Levied on by virtue of u Fi. Fa., founded on
foreclosure of mortgage, issued out of the Inferior
Court of Chatham County, at tlm instance of
Charles Van Horn. vs. James Oliver.
ELISHA WYLLY, ShoriffC. C
John P. G uvan A €o.»
AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Forwarding Agents, Macon, CJn.
Mucon, July 20, 1847 ly july 23
B OOKS AND STATIONERY.—
All tlm SCHOOL BOOKS in common uso
in this section of tlio country, ure kopt on hand.
A great variety of MISCELLANEOUS
An assortment of JUVENILE BOOKS, cal
culated to suit tho tusto of ovory ono, with b va
riety of interesting GAMES for youth.
Family and other BIBLES, ana Ilymrt Books
for all denominations, id plain, substantial and
NEW BOOKS of all kinds constantly re
BLANK BOOKS ofeVory description.
Also, PLAIN and FANCY STATIONERY.
J. B. CUBBF.DGE,
aug 2ft South aide Market sqr., Savannah.
Rifles, Hard ware
See, Ac. Ac.
SPORTSMEN and others are hereby notified
that they ran bo supplied nt low prices, for cash,
with the follow articles, viz; Double und Single
Guns from $3 to $50—Rifles, Pistols, Powder
Flasks, Shot Pouches, Gnino Bags, Cone Wren
ches, Walker’s Caps, Baldwin's Gun Wadding,
Gup Cotton, Fishing Tncklo, Powder, Shot, &c.
Also, A general assortment of IInrdwure,consiHt-
ing in part of Table nnd Pocket Cutlery, Locks,
Hinges, Spades, Shovels, Hoes, Axe*, Hatchet-*,
Augers, Drawing Knives, Cullue Mills, Cards,
Please call ami examine before purchasing olse-
where. JOHN CAURUTIIERS,
No 175 Congress Street, Savannah.
N. B. Rides mndo to order, and all kinds of
Roimiring ofGiius, Rifles, Locks, &n. carefully
and punctually attended to and warranted. Or
ders from tlm country, or work sent to bo dono
will lie attended to and returned bv tlm boats, or
other conveyance, with tho sumo fidelity, as if por-
sonnlly present oct 4
P ICTORIAL LilbofTnylor; do. Blnrion;
do. Lafayette, Washington, Jackson, Frank
lin aud Nupoloou—uniform editions.
Historical Tales of Illustrious Children, by
Agnes Strickland, with engravings. .
Borquiu’s Childrens Friend, anew translation,
in two volumes.
Tho Fairy Gem, a choice collection of Fairy
tales, illustrated by two hundred engravings by
the most celebrated French artists.
The Parent's Assistant; or storms Ibr children,
by Maria Edgeworth.
Tho [Evergreen, or stories for Children and
Youth, edited by Walter Wont.
Barlmuld'rt Lessons for Children, from 2 to 5
years old; pictorial edition.
A new supply oftlm Child’s Own Book, illus
trated with 250 engravings.
Isadora Merlon, or the Reverses of Fortune,
by Frank Warren.
Margaret Graham, or the Rovcrscs of Fortune,
by G. P. II. James.
Norman Bridge, or tho Blodoru Blidas, by the
author of Amelia Wyudham.
Bliss Pardoo’s Louis the 14th, or the Court of
ranee, complete, in two vols., bound.
Wildusli, or the Cruiser of tlm Capes, by J. II.
Ingliram. J. B. CUBBEDGE.
oct 9 South sido Market square.
B OOK-BINDING AND BLANK
BOOK B1ANUFACTORY.—The subscri
ber having greatly increased tbo facilities of tlm
above establishment for tlio Blanufiicture of Blank
Work, Ruling of Paper aud Bookbinding of all
kinds, resnectfully solicits tlio patrouago of tlio
f ntblic. By recent arrivals has bocu received a
urge supply of Cup, D6111I, Medium, Royal and
Super lloyal Ledgor Pnpcr, of tho very best quali
ty which will bummlo up al short notice, unu in a
oct. 12 JOHN M. COOPER.
MAY Im consulted at their rooms N. E. corner
of St. Julian street und Blarket Square, nt any
hour, (Sunday excepted.) Enlruiico on St. Julian
street. — aug 13
PIIIJLIU KEAN, Draper A Tailor,
The subscriber grate
ful to bis friends aud
pntrons for past favors,
takes much pleasure in
informing them of bis
recoil? return from the
Northern Cities, with as
fine an assortment of ar
ticles iu Ins line as can
bo found in any similar
establishment iu tlm city.
—Having selected liis
_ __htock from some of the
first Houses in New York, lie feels no hesitancy in
warranting every ariicle, which hois prepared to
make to order in the latest style and Cushion by tlm
most experienced workmen. His stock consists
Super French, English A- American Broadcloths.
J)o. do. do. do. Cassimeros.
Do. do. do. do. Doeskins.
Do. do. do. do. Tweeds.
Together with n most splendid assortment ol’Cash-
nmcp Woolimelt, Fancy Bilk Velvets, l'lniii and
Fancy Batins,, and a large variety of Plaids.
He has also on hand a large and well selected
assortment of Ready Bladu Garments, gotten tin
in tho host manner, expressly ibr this market,which
Im is determined to sell at moderate prices; to
gether with such articles ns Shirts, Stocks, Suspen
ders. Ilamlk’ffsGloves, Umbrellas, Caps, Hosiery
Merino and Limbs Wool Vndcr Shirt* and Draw
ers; aud all other articles usually kept in fusbiuiiablu
establishment* of this kind.
PHILIP KEAN would ulso inform his friends
Uml ho has removed from Owens’ Building on Bull
Street, lo the store No. 98 BRYAN-ST., recent
ly occupied by J. Southwell A Co., whore lie will
lie gratified to fill their orders. oct 12
T HE SUBSCRIBER would respect
fully inform Physicians, Blerchants, Factors,
Planters und the public generally, tliut ho Jjoh just
opened a large nnd well selected Stock of
DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Ac., nt v
tlm corner of Broughton nnd Wldtakcr streets,
Smuts’ new Buildings, formerly whore the Man
sion House stood, and thnthois now prepared to
sell at wholesale und rctuiljipqn terms the most
favorable, and at priccnos low us any houso iu the
city, or.Soiitliern country.
The Subscriber being a Physician and tho
roughly acquainted with tho business, will give
his personal attention to besides ho lius recently
obtained tho services of a competent Druggist,
who is well acquainted with all tlm iniipttia of
compounding and preparing Bledicinns, and of
putting up Physicians’ prescriptions. .
Possessing these ndvuutugcs, be flutters himself
that ho will receive Ills share of public patronage,
and invites a call from tlio trade.
A. T. BOWNE, Sinutu’--Dnlldinss,
oct 1.3 Cor. Broughton and - Whitaker sts.
R EMOVAL.—The undersigned would in
form bis friends tliftt ho has removed to the
comer No.’ 1 Waring’* buildings, adjoining hit
former store, where Im Im* on hand and will be reg
ularly receiving a vory general assortment of
Drugs, Bledieiiies, Oils,Perfiimorv,Garden Seeds,
Ac., which Im will sell on favorable torms,
oct 7 j. a. Laroche.
t^EGAlt AND TOBACCO STORE.
O No. 27, Iliill-sJqrt. Sign of the Indian, near
Moniimcnt-sijuare.—Tlio subscriber returns his
grateful thanks to the citizens of Savannah, nnd
tlm public generally, who Imvo so liberally patron
ised him during tlm last four years, and beg* to in
sure them that lie still imports the vory best brands,
of which Im has oil hand nt this tmm a large assort
ment. Ho would call particular attention to a lulu
shipment which Im can fully warrant. Also to hi*
stock of chewing Tobacco, Snuff, Ac., Ac., nil of
which Im will sell on as good terms ns can bo Imd
elsewhere. P. JACOBS,
july H7• ly—
HAMILTON A 8YMON8 Imvo
received per Hartford and Savannah: A
choice assortment of French, English nnd
Belgium CLOTHS,CASSIMERS AND VEST
INtiS, selected with the greatest care, aud ofthe
best imported in this country. Wo are now pre
pared to innmifticture at tlm shortest notice, aud in
the best manner, any garment in our line, for cash
or approved credit.
17 WHITAKER STREET,
oct 13 — Savannah. Ga.
M B' E %V STYLE OF HATH I—
FALL FASHIONS of Hiipurior qualities,
received by recent arrival* at 187 Ba^r stn
I YES,'HORSEY A CO.
XT Pork, 50 do. prime do. 20 do. mess Beef; 10
half do. Fulton market Beef, received per Peter
Demill, and for sale by
oct 15 WOOD, CLAGHORN & CO.
Y oung ladies’ boarding
AND DAY SCHOOL—MADAME GI
RARD inform* her friends nnd the public gener
ally, that her establishment for tlio. education of
Young Ladies, will opori on the 1st dny of Nov
ember next, in Mrs. Murshall’* New Range of
Biick Buildings, on the corner of Liberty and
Baruurd Streots. Pupils, in addition to all tlm
brunches of an English education will bo taught
to write und sucolt the French.Iiinguage.
Lessons wilt be given to those who desire it, in
BIuifijjKDrawing, und in tiie Italian, Spanish and
German languages- Address
b ^ MAD’E. A. GIRARD,
oct 14 36—o Savannah Geo.
|?ALL AND WINTER GOODS.—
JL Just in receipt of a full assortment house
keeping and plantation Dry Goods. 30 bales 3-4
to 12-4broWn Cottons; 15 cases 3-4 to 12-1 bleach
ed do. 5 do. English Long Cloths; 2 do. Irish lin
ens; 6-4 to 10-4 Tahle Damask; 30 cases Thomp
son’s Kerseys; 10 do. Georgia Plains; Howard’s
Plains and Korneys, all wool; Cordova Plains; 20
bales DuflU Blannets- For sale by
oct 12 . HENRY LATHROP.
C ARPETINGS.—Ingrain and three ply
Carpets, received per ship Hartford. Alsu,
ou ship board, lo br received, a supply Brusscll*
Also, WINDOW SHADES, a large variety
of new dcsigus, just received. For wile by
oct 12 • HENRY LATHROP.
D ry goods.—conway & bi
IvENNA, Blouumciit Square, opposite t
Pulaski Houso—have always on hand a gcnoi
. . # _ tlm
Pulaski IIoust/-havc always on hand a general
assortment of Fancy and Staple Dry Good*.—
Their connection with New York, and their fu
cilitics for purchasing goods in the Northern mar
kets generally, cnablo them to have nil tho newest
and most desirable styles, and at the lowest prices.
Their system ofbtisiness being “Cash and Small
Profits, renders their establishment worthy the
attendance of all buyers. A full assortment of
Silks, Shawls, Cashmeres, DeLains, Ginghams,
Alpacas, Prints, Linens, Flannels, Blankets, Shirt
ings, Sheetings, Lace Goods and Embroideries,
Hosiery and Gloves, Linen Cara. Hdks, Silk do.
Cloths, Cusinmres, Vestings, Gents Under Shirts,
and Drawers, Kerseys, and every style cf planta-
tion Goods. oct 11 ,
TTERRINGS.—50 boxes Herrings, land-
XTX. ing from brig Radius, and for wde^ajj'^
W M. B. IIA LE has just received per brig
Augusta, a tine Into! Gentlemen's Gaiter
boots, black and colored, which can be found at 1U3
Congress-street, sign of the Golden Hand
TYTO^HJE.—City Treasurer's Office, Savan-
Xl null, 1st Sept. 1817.—Agent* of Insurance
Office* uro hereby notified tliut I am ready to ro-
ceivo their return*, in orcordanco with Urn ordi
nance* of die city. JOHN C. HUNTER, c. t.
sept 2 •
A CARD.—I Imvo removed to the city ol
Macon, for the purpose of practiuing Law,
nnd shall practise in all the Courts ofthe Southern
Circuit, nnd in any other Court* in which busi
ness may bo confided to me.
dec 17 — CAULETON B. COLE.
F OUR month* after date application will be
made to the Honorable the inferior Court of
Glynn county, when sitting as a Court of Ordi
nary for leave to sell die estate ofWm. B. McDon
ald, deceased, late of BIcIntosh County.
oct 5 Administrators.
T7VLOUR AND CHEESE. 20 bbls..
X? “fancy brand” Canal Flour, 20 half do. do.
do.; 50 boxes Orange county Cheese. . Lending
from ship Hartford, and for sale by
oct 6 E. SWIFT.
D oors, sashes a window
BLINDS.—The Subscriber, Agent for F.
Callaway & Co., i* constantly receiving all kind*
of Sn*lie*. Door and Wiudow Blind*, which bo
ofler* at ns low price* us they can bo purchased
in the city. All work furnished by him will bo
warranted cqttul to any in tlio country, or tbo
money will be relumed.
JOHN a. FALUGANT, .
West side Monument Square.
N. B. Order* for odd size* received nnd
promptly executed — sept 1
W INDOW-8A8H AND BLIND
MANUFACTORY AND PLAINING
.MACHINE, West Broad street, adjoining tlm
rcHideneo of Judge Wayne. Hashes und Blind*
of every description, made ofthe best materials, at
Northern Price*. House and Ship Joiner-Work
CHARLES VAN HORN, Proprietor.
N. B.—Constantly on linml a full supply of
Flooring nnd Weather Board*, Sash, Blind*, and
Panncl Doom, 8 K 10 Sosli, glazed nt 10 cents.
All other size* in proportion —ly aug 7
rilO PLANTERS MECHANICS,
X. AND MERCHANTS; — Tho Subscriber
Inis, nt tlm Eastern Wharf, ii prime nssortmotit of
RIVER LUMBER, TIMBER. SHINGLES,
and FIREWOOD, which hn offer* Ibr salo oil
accommodating term*. Purchaser* will please
call at lii* office near the Exchange before pur-
clawing. All orders, for either of tlm abovo ar
ticle*, left nt Ilia office, will be promptly attended
lo june23 ^ It. A. ALLEN.
t 11HCULAR.-Z/fho und’ersigned ha* lo-
> cnled himself in Newark, New Jersey, ns u
Person* nt u distance wishing nrticle* pur
chased iu tie* or udjoiniug cities, will find it to
their advantage lo procure them through the
agency of tlm undersigned, who will bo at nil
times advised of the lowest price articles can be
|Mirchased at, and who from.
The various branches of manufacturing this
•city excel* in, make* it a desirable place Ibr un
agency to be located.
The undersigned having resided in Georgia for
tiie last eghtcen yeurs, flutters himself that he will
be able to fill oraorsfroin mdividunlsofthe South
ern country generally, but more particularly from
Georgia, ns near their fancy as though they were
hero themselves, oj'd, iu many instances, at lower
The strictest core taken in Shipping aud In
suring, if instructed.
JACOB R. DAVIS, Newark, New Jersey,
sopt lO ' •, r A-r' 3mo—
Tt/TACHLEREIL, &C.-75 Wxbs.fifcalled
ITA Herring; 20 Ibis. No, 1 and ;2 ; Mackerel;
20 holfdo. No. lBIsckoroI; 10 do'.'; dd.' No.S do.
2000 lbs. Codfish; 25 boxes do; 5 bbls. choice Sul-