Georgia—Effingham County. 1 Geneva! Ttrug wji Yamttv I Fink ."Zi
■nuKHcnii ooiiur. Medicine WatcYiauae.
Devttnhtr Fen*, 1831.
Hit Tnw’ccn or Hit German"!
Lttthimn Congregation «t j
Kbenearr, >ltou Kill.
The Heirs fc Mepresetimivea)
orMiekiel Mock, deceased.J
O N the petition of the Truateea ortheGer.
man LutheranCongregutlnn»t Ebenexer,
praying the fnreclnaure of the Equity of 'tc.
dempliun ofellthet tnot or parcel of land, • i-
Uining two hltndred acrea, lying.»ntl being in
<he county of Effingham and state aforesaid,but-
»ing and bounding north-west on John J. Gro-
venatine. norUi-eaatward on Jolmllttmdd, aouth
ea«t on John Udle Uvttner, 8.E UavidUnaeld
end are vacant atthctinie oflhelurvey thereof,
originally granted to JJfoHjring Mock, dcoeaa-
ea on the second dijrof April, ono thouiand
seven hundred and sixly-fivc.to aecure the poy
ment of the (mm of eighty doHara, on the fourth
day of December, liundred and three,
with interoat at the rate of six per cent, from
the fourth day of December, eighteen hundred
enfltwoi end it appearing to the Court that
there ioltow doe on arid bond and mortgagethe
turn of a'txiy doltara witli interest from March
tweldy^jth, c glUaeu hundred add eighteen.at
fix per Cent. ...
On motion of tvavne awl Cnyler, Atmrmei
for the petitioners, H ia ordered that the amount
due tin raid bond and mortgage he paid into
Court, with info rest, uithin twolve months. olh-
erwiae tltc Equity of Redemption of the heirs
end representatives of the said Michael Mock,
be foreclosed, ami that other and further pro.
xeedinga bo had thereon, pnnuant In the stab
ute in eueh cases mode and providedi and It is
further ordered that thlaltule be published ones
*t month for twelve montha in one of the pdblic
gastttes of lhia state.
Bxtraclfrom the Xmttei.
JNO. CIlAKlaTON, Clerk.
\ T^ytNE mdnths alter dale application wilt bo
J3I made to the Itonorabtt the .ltdHfoa of the
Inferior court of Cnnuleq comity, foWpwe to sell
ell the lands In aatd county belonging to -the
C itato of JoImJlinff, late of Effingham county
8 AH At I KING, mtm’rx,
April’8,1823. §a* • Clark county, Ga.
annifr 1... . ,
YMTINE ritont'iAfter date ohplicillon will he
- i.v made to the honorable tho Justioea of the
Inferior court of Ulyntt eounty, lor leave to sell
■U the lands In said comity belunginfto theeif
late of John King, latu of Effingham onunty.
SARAH KING, odiu’i'j*.
April8,1833- la", 'Clark county,Ga.
april 6 , . .
A T the expiration pf nine manthsfrom this
date, I shall apply to thedimiorablo the Jus-
tinea of I lip Inferior court of Clmtlmm county,
for leave to tell the following rrnl am! |lfcrian*l
proagty hold by the late It. J, Uuiisnmjn trust,
Ak. 8 GUMia* Bm'utingt,
R RSPECTFUIXY informs his friends end
customers in this iutc and Bouth.Cnroflna
rtneruuv, tfmt he hM established himseli in the
unify Line, on his own Individual aconunt, end
is opening at this time an extensive and general
assortment of warranted fresh imported
Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery,
Gentlemen Physicians, Country Merchants,
and Planters, and all who wish to purchase at
wholesale or retail, c*q be supplied at this K*.
ubliriimcnf on the most accommodatingternw.
Marble Morten ;
Ivory Injection pipes
Syruiges, quarts in boxes
do pints, do 4 pints
do male and female
Congress^ spring water
Soda powders A
Salts of Lemon
do he pat
Arrow rodt #
Bark yellow, do red
do pale, do iu quill
do Canada, do Peru
Cedar Grove plantation, containing upwards
of 1200 acres, situated in the district of White
Ode Trsot of'Land, containing 30 acres, near
the ablifOe , , .
May Island, containing 400 acres, more or fivhcr^Sulph
less, situated on the attires ef Little OgtchMj “
Also, between (is and ftfcSltvcs.
‘ . PAT. HOUSTON,
May 13,1823. Qthn'v, Ji. J. Houston.
Camphor ref M
CuMharides, do pulv
Castile Soap, white
Cream IUrtar, pulv
'psoni Salts, ling.
Low’s porflimes do 1
Pomatum in stjbks
do in pots aswrted
Rose water, UktoiulerRo
"Fancy Vials !
Uochcll, fo Tartar
do Epsoih, Glauber
do Nitpe ref led
Castor Oil, American Golut Arsenic Fowler's
do W. Iiittia Sp'K AinmnnU .
Castor, Russia do llurtshora
do Wine, dobaiuphor
do Nit. Dulof
' Sausuij'un bark,'
"Sponge fine, io coarse
Saffron Spauim do Eng
Savin, Senna Alex
Snake root Vrg,
do Bcnclca, fluullls
Syrup Squills, (to simple
’Part Emetic, Tapioca
Tinct Aloes cilmn'd
do Myrrh, do valerian
A T. the expiratlon%f nine months IVom this
ilatvjl ahull apply to tho honorable the .!«»■
tioca'bf the Inferior oo«rt of Chathtun county,
for leave to atllllte following reul iiroperly of
sthe eflalc of It. J. tlouaion, via t
w Ono tract of 884} aerca of Laud in Bryan
bounty, situated oil Itod ll rd creek.
Qnc undivided %urlh part of 1450 acrea of
Xaim lit Mclutosli county, situated on the Alata-
Twelve Lota in tho toon of Brnniwlok, Glynn
county. . PAT. IlOUS’l'ON,
May J3f|833. atlm'v. Ji. J. if.
.f. I.,, "" ■■■—
do No 1,3 and 3
Flaxseed, Fennel teed British Oil
J ilings steel, du Iron ' Essence peppermint
"EftCitarngfe & CommVaaiim
TITHE trifletslgncd have this dsy entered Into
JI coportnetsnip in the above line under the
firm of Sronass (J Hoa ran—«nd solicit frum
their friends a .hare of business—Their Count-
ing Room lain the weal end ofBulluch'a Budd
ings. They will he enabled to make auitable
advance, on produce deposited for tale.
- OLIVER STURGES,
WM. V. HUNTER.
SavanhMt. Ore. 1, 18*1 *
Cheny Hill ior Sale.
A Valuable Plantation in Bryan county, rit ;
Ai uated on the aouth aide of tho Great
'Ogechoo river, about $ miles below HilFa
Bridge, and 30 miles ft-om 3avannah, contain
ing two hundred and ninety ecres of river
*wamp of the first quality, on an eiodleiit pitch
of tide, tiro hundred of which are cleared and
under dams j aaM three hundred end fifty seven'
’high-land of mixed qualities, one bun.
dfifty of which ere cleared and Icnced,
are'ddVH^rawitilt on thls plantation,
• of cot,tou and rice, by the appearances of
dtthe qualities of the'ltnds under eultiva-
•ay be estimated.
. “ There are a large and commodious barn, ma
chine and machine house, cotton,corn and gin
-houses, lit nearly new s an oOerseer’a house,,
comfortable dwelling house, .tablet, -chair
house, he. negro houses for the accommoda
tion ofi>om8U to no negroes, and one of the
first springs of water In the low country. There
ll also attached to Cherry HiU a tract of five
« mdred scree of pine land, from which all the
mber, rails, staves, Wo. to be tued'ou the
pbioe, may he procured.
A Wat of the above land mav be eeen at the
.office of Use eubseriber, in the Exchange, 8a-
Far terms, apply to Mr. James 8. Bondi Ds-
giett, to U- F. Uct-iere, Rscj. Bryan county,or to
aug 21 £f
« AVF. moved their store to the south-west
comer of Jefferson and St. Julian street,
woera they sell all tfxue artieles which are usu
ually enfisperatcdin tho long ajvertiaetSKnu of
’ As they reside m tlmxsmq
. . . j —I, t where they
carry'on titeir business, they can at all tithes,
day or night, accommodate their sMstomcrs
They always keep unhand a complete assurfi
.eont of'wairanted GARDEN SEEDS. Also,
Garden Tools and FlowerVota.
do Snake rust
1 do Uunxnin cnmpM
-do bark Htixhnmtt
- du Peruvian bark
" du Opium, dn Uastor
Oslo Muriate Iron
do Colombo root
xlo Kitto, (hi Jklsn
do Geiitluit comp’fi
do Squills K
Vitriol white, do blue
1'atent Medicines, £fc.
i r rankinicn3o
do bensoia .
Honey, do iquIHs
Ipecacuanha orTItppo Epsom salts,'
Harlem Cil or msdeca-
Pills, Lcca N. London
Pills, Lees Windham
du Hoopers fr "
■do enhnnel, do opium
Prussian bine, 1,3 & 3
Pig lihia. Kings - silo*
Drop Lake, No. i V 2
Flake white, Carmine
Ivory blaok, lamp black
Black lead, red do
Terri do senna
do Lemon I
do Burgundy pitch
Rose water, llosln
Gum elastic, Spatulas
Vial earko,' bottle da ’
crown doi do Evena'a
Tooth Instruments eas’d
Black sealing wax
Bed wafers, assorted do
Tooth brushes, common
do silver wire, 3 end 4
Cupping and Xrepanlng
Garden seeds in boiea, Instruments
asuorted -Male and female silver
Holm Quito Catheters
Churches cough drops,White leather akins
for coughs, colds, con-English mustard, by the
sumptions, asthmas, lb. in can'stera
Uc. Wc Ground Ginger, racq do
Seplfalic Snufl', for ta-Cloveo, cinnamon
ficutelhiris, lateriflora, or Scuficap,
Assorted in Small Boxes,
Well tabulated for Plantation use.
Together •aith a g enera! aitorment of
Surgical lijstruments, Shop
Furniture, assorted Phials, Ac.
Saratoga and Ballston Mineral Spring
filers, wilt be kept cbnotahtly on hand in as
select state as cun be imported.
dec 3t tp
MEDICINE, SURGERY, I •dat'd cfBatbadoea, with notes by Ruah
WILLIAM T. WILLIAMS
SYRUP OF PALMETTO.
D octor bkhthbIvOt leipeciruiiy in.
forma the public and his friends, that he
is aupplied in bin store with u laip.e quantity uf
thnt elHcucious Medicine culled the Syrup nf
Palmetto, whicii in/celebraied for Its extraordi
nary virtues in destroying WOHMU, which* so
generally aillict children in this country. It ban
been generally acknowledged all over the West,
Indies and the United States. This Syrup be-
in# of an agreeable fluvor, children will take it
easily without that disgust which ordinarily at
tends tl< * uae of other Medicines employed
for the aume purpose.
Those persona who will use this Syrup in
the above cave may he certain of a radical cure-
Directions to uae it will he given by the iub-‘
acriber. J. B. BKUTHELOT,
Notice anil Caution. J
fmrtfttKKAS 1 have been infdVmed that John
?v Carnocltan and Peter Mitchell of tlus ci
ty have by sundry deeds recently mortgaged
»nd assigned to divers personseithertheir indi-
vidtial creditovB,- creditors of the late Armw
Ournodmn £* Mitchell, or olhern. ull nr sundry*
the propuity i*nd estau*, both reul and personal,
of the siutl firm, as wclbas their own individual
ftropert) and estate, consisting together of 1
nousen, lots, lands, stores, wharves, negroes, kd.
in Savannah and Du ieo in Georgia,, or the
neighborhood thereof, and elsewhere With their
interest or share in the stock of tlfe lower
sieum null near Darien, and sundry shares in
the United Stales Bunk and other banks, as well
ui sundry debts due to .(.hem in various places,
besides lands, lots, negroes, &c. in the territory
of Florida, and particularly one large tract of
land bought of Fishes U Co. lying between
the rivers St. Murks and Apuluchicola in the,
territory of Florida fcfereiaid.
These are Iteyeby to caution Iho public agai
Plirchasing any part of the said property or
inte sd conveyed, or any other, property belol
ing to the snid’CaniycfiAA'-Si Mitchell, or either,
of them, us I hold prior mortgugF* on the'great-
est pari thereof, which are ort* record in thfe re
gistry in Savsnnuh and Darien aforesaid and in
.Uliarleston, S. C. and equitable leins on all the
properly of said John Carnochan and Peter
Magnesia lump .
do smalt square
Manna Sake, do sorts
Mustard seed, mace
Nutmegs, mix vomica do Turpentine
Opium, orange peel Caiomel
Henrys calc’d Magnesia
Stomachic bMcta '
8pta Lavcnd com
do aweet Nitre
do Worm seed
do simple »
do red precipitate
do Spanish flits
-Jalap ** '
do sweet Nitre
Sweet Oil, castor Oil
'American and W. I,
Verdigris, Irish Ghie
Pat eh t spring Trusses
Red ink powder
Black d«j Pill boxes
To ttie Public: '
J CARNOCHAN anil I*. MITCHBL are aor.
• ry to be again brought before the public
by it second notice of Mt Christie's, who has un
doubtedly claims against them, which, when-
finally liquidated on the decision of the suit
now pending, they wilHry to shtltfy as soon as
possible lluneaftt r.
The deeds under which Mr Christie claims
an exclusive right to all the real and personal
estate of Carnochan & Mitchel, are considered,
as informal, unjusts and Illegal. Hence they
have been brought and are atm before the court,
and other deeds have been executed and re
corded, conveying the property for the use of
all their creditors, Mr Christie included, with
out any trust or reservation beneficial to
M. or their fiuniliesi and if this *be not agreea
ble to that gentleman, it must nevertheless ap-
tear fair and equitably tathe public and all who
live a sense of juatice.
The Trustees under the 1 late deeds are anx
ious to sell the Lands in Florida, alluded to in
tb« notice of Mr'Christie, and to apply the pro
ceeds to the immediate payment of. part of his
demand, and deposit r sufficiency thereof to co
ver all his claim, subject to the decision of the
court—-but his opposition to any reasonable sale,
as One interested in his own right, whilst'injur
ing all parties concerned, must be borne until a
sale can be made under an order of court.
Editors of papers who insert Mr Christie's
notice, will please insert the shove until his is
withdrawn, and forward their bills to the Savan-
h Republican Office, where they will be
promptly paid by J. C. (J P. M.
W lfEKEAS, Elihu Atwater, esquire, admi
nistrator, applies for letters of dismission
IVom the estates of Colonel William Scott,de
ceased, John Gsmpbeft, deceased, and Havens
Waterman, deceased. These are therefore la
cite and admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of said deceased persons, to be
and appear at my office-ott or before the first
Monday in Jmuary next, and shew cause (if any)
why aatd letters should not be granted in terms
of the law.
Given under my hand and seal, this 22d June,
' [u ■-) JOHN DAILEY, c. c. o. c. c
. j" 1 * 1
'Few bamb APPLES. Applyio
aug 37 p
NICHOLAS (J KEff.
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(Hhnrv’i (Sir Wm.) on tho extraction ol'tlie Ca
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cription of a Series of New mid Improved
Operations, 5 T8 '
Adam’s (Sir Wm ) Practical Observations on
Entropium, or eversion of the Eye Lids i on
the mndea of forming an Artificial Pupil,
and on the euro of tho different species ol
Cataract, 4 35.
Adam’,(Sir Wm.) Treatise on Artificial Pupil,
with an account of the morkid stutes of the
Eye, 3 50*
Ayreon Marasmus and Bilious Disorders, g3.
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Bancroft’s Essay on the dtseuse called Yellow
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Contagion, Typhus Fever, Dysentery and the
Plague, g8. ,
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Blackall’s Observations on the cure of Drop
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Bampfield’s Practicsl Treatise on Tropical
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