feorsto, Effingham County.I T-AmaMlV
> Unitril Siitrt, lit:
htctmhrr '/Vim. 1821
The Truste.. of tin 1 German"!
I.Mthrratt Uongrcg.lion »t I
Ebentwr, VlWii Nut.
The Heirs & HeprewtiMfive.
of Miclucl Hock. dcceawdj
O N lit* petition nf the Trustees ortm-
Qienttn Imthersit Corlgrcgstlon at
K .enescr, pr.ylng tile forerlmure ..I the
E iuitv Of lie It mption o( nil tint iruCtoi
parcel of land, con’sluing two hmttlretl .
ires, lying sml being, ill the county ol El-
fdiiglism soil ststc Ifiiressltl, butting sml
boumling north-welt on John J. tjrovrns.
tine, naatli esitwpnt on John Hiitioli,south
east on John l.idlrUvlincr,». B |>uvid Utt-
scM 4oil arc vacant *1 the time of the survey
thereof, originally gi'Hled m Wollgsttg
Mock, deceased on the second day of A-
ril, one thousand seven hundred wid sixty-
five, to secure the payment of thei sum of
eighty dollars, on the fourth Jay of Decent*
ber, eighteen hundred and three, with in*
tfirst at tlie rate of six pet* cent, from
the fourth day of December, eighteen huh-
tired mid two; and i» appearing to the
Court that there i» now due unsaid bond
ami mortgage the sum of sixty dollars with
interest from March twenty-fifth, eighteen
hundred and eighteen, at six per cents
On motion of Wayne and Cuyler. At*
tonnes for the petitioners,it is oidered that
the amount due on said hood and mort
gage he paid into Court, with interest,
yvillun twelve months, otherwise the lscjiu-
of Redemption of the heirs and repre-
1pm it stives of this said Michael Mock, be
foreclosed, and that other and further pro
ceedings hud thereon, pursuant to (tie
•latnte iiranoh case* made and provided?
and it is further ordered that this Itule hr
published once a month for twelve months
in one nf the public gazettes of this state.
Extinct /root the Minutes.
JNO. CHARLTON, Clerk,
dec 11 4*c
„ A — ■
At Cost, for Cush,
To cl*** (he Concern of the ,ala firm nf
J STOVE ii CO.
T I!Kilt entire stunk of Dr> floods and
Heady Made Clothing, consisting of a
■/great variety of amides, made in the best
in timer and rtfgood nuncnals. 'those who
W ill to jnircliiii.e for cash, will find it to
tlicir iWl i-root to cull, as they cannot he Hold
-for credit. LI.(i t VNI) CANNON,
Hryan shret, near the Slate ItuaH*.
N. It l< ii presumed that til who we in
debit'd .0 the late Hun of .1. Slone Cf f^o
will cull and cancel them, Without subject
ing the subsci'ihf-r io the Uccusaity of put
ting their notes and acoounta in the hands
of their attorney for collection.
nnv2 ft a
flfllK Copartnership nf Joskki Rtons
IL (hi. is di .solved. by the death of J.
Sllone, which mikes it mccilary that all
IS ’ and A 'ooon’s sliottid tie immediate
L Paul that art hie, to the subset iber, who
in itiu surviving Part ner, at their old stand,
Hear the Htute Dank.
l.KG’.t \ND CANNON.
The business * HI lie eomlnui d at the a-
b"»f stand, under the H in of 8. TOl/B«.Y
it CO. who arc now opening a large and
ex' naive stock nf belt 8u| krflite Cloths
Chewinitfres, tn*i Vest ngs, which they arc
deternuui d in sell Ipr Cash at r».‘duc’d pri-
c«'h. Just recvivod the Intent Philadelphia
and New-Y.nk fuahiom. All ucdiirs prompt*
ly executed and thiuiki'ully received.
nov 2 * i; i
-u — - - ■ —
Cotton Bagging, Sperm.
Cumlles, ^e. ^50.
Jimt jft eivt/U per ehif) Savannah,
4\ i\\ “it*. - a -i.' 1 it’ll Cotton Hugging
u >d boxes Sperm Candlua
JV tloop Mary,
12 biles Caroline Plant
U' r sale on accommodating term*by
J. D. HERBERT Ik CO.
nnv id 4UJ
H WB received from England and the
Northern Stales, by Ihe late arrivals,
the following articles, which they will din
poseofoit the most accommodating terms,
viz! — *
850 kegs White Lead, 56lbs, 28 and 14
lUO do Paints, all c lour*
*, lo boxy Sheet Copper
2 caskf^popper Nails
2 do do Spikes
5 r ills sheet Lead
5 casA-3 bar do *
f> ) do Nails ami Spbra, all siaet
80<J IDs Seme and Sewing fwine
3 fishing Seines 90 yards long
3 J casks Drown Stout, Porter
40 coils Hale Hope v
A()\) dix Cordage
40 bolts Htissiu Du* k
20 pieces Havens do
75 tons Swedes, Itussin, sn<V Englinh
Ivon, all sorts and sizes
Paint f)d, Lamp Oil, ana u general as
sortment of Ship Chandlery.
WM. TAYLOR U SOK,
nov 6 ro
Classical 8c Knglish School.
hi: yu r nt j c ii ojtxe ll
I NEOitMS ms Pneiuls and the Public,
that he will re-open his School for
* Young Judies and Gentlemen, on Monday
next, the 14th imt, at 9 o’clock, A M. in
the room under Solomon’s Lodge, near the
Old Pfoshytctinn Church,
\V. •cftrlwingh sod I trict ol Georgia,
f hnnhert, iSffi September, 1822.
P ROCESS hiving Issued in this• cause,
returnable l« the t«mi of tills court
in Doct mbrr next 5 and it bring re| re*
"unted that John llldetl, William 8 Gil*
s l r Mi fianw: d Yates, Afhlrew l.ow, and John
Hogiie, lU-Icndants in the said cause, icnide
w ithout the limits of the District of floor*
gia : ?( it ordercfl, that the said John !1h«. (
hut, William S. Gdlett, Samuel Yates. John
Hogue and Andrew Low appear st the
term of this court to lie holden st Savan-
nah In the term of -December next, lo an,
swer to the plaintiffa »n the merits of their
sui'l petit on, and that a copy of this or
der be published in one ol the gn7i*ttesof
this rate for three months, and that the
plaintiffs have leave to take such further
proceeding* ms arc prescribed ill liter
in such mse made and provided.
J. CUYLER, District Judge.
True extract from the mmutei.
GEO GLEN, Clerk.
Savunuah, Sept, 13, 1822, sep 14
Notice and Caution.
W HEREAS 1 have been informed thst
John Carnocliun and Peter Mitchell
of this city have by sundry deeds recently
mortgaged uml assigned to divers persons
either their individual creditors, creditors
of the late firm of (Jftrnochgh it Mitchell,
or others, all or sundry tin; property sml
ustute, both real and personal, of the said
firm, as well as their own individual pro
perty sod estate, consisting together nf
hmiHCfi, lots, lands,stores, wharves, negroes,
kc. in Savannah and Dmien in Georgia, or
the neighborhood thereof, and elscwhel’t
with their interest or share In the stock
of the lower stenm null nenr Darien, and
sundry sluices in the United Stu’cs Hark
and other hanks, as well as sundry debts
due to them In various places, besides
lands, lots, negroes, he. in the territory of
KlbvUla, nod particularly one large tract of
land bought of Forbes Ct Go. lying be
twreblhe rivers St, Marks and Apaiaclii.
colatytho territory of Florida aloreeaitl.
rheseare hereby to caution the public a-
gainst pit* chasing any |>ari of the said pro*,
periy Or ca.ate ho conveyed, or any other
properly belonging to the aaid Curnoohlui
It Mitchell, or either of them, as 1 h* Id pri
or mortgages on the greatest part thereof,
which are on record in the regpdi’\ in Sa*
vHiitudi and Darien uforesiml nt|d 11 Char
leston, S. f). and equitable lelni^on all tin
property of said Jobii Curnochan and IVler
Mitchell. WILLIAM CUHISTlE.
On the first Saturday alter the first Tues
day, in January next,
W ILL be sold at the Mai feet house in
the town nf 8t. Marys, between the
hours often ■' , d four o’clock of that day,
One Negm Boy named Peter, levied on
as the property <>f Daniel Vaughn to satis
fy mi execution in favor of James Thomas,
propei ty pointed out by the Defendant.—
Conditions cush. St. Marys, Camden coun
ty, Nov. 7lh, 1822.
GEOUGE LONG, n. s. 0.0.
nov 16 flu2
To the Public,
CARNOCHAN and P. MITOHF.L arc
sorry to be again brought before tlu-
public by u second notice of Mr Gliristie’s,
who has undoubtedly claims against them,'
which, when finally liquidated on the de
cision of the suit now pending, they will
l y to satisfy ns soon as possible thereafter.
I’lie deeds under which Mr (JhrlHtiecluims'
an exclusive right to nil the real and per
sonal estate of Unrnochan 81 Mitohel, are
considered as informal, unjust and illegal,
Hence they have been brought and are still'
mfore the court, and other deeds have.
>een executed and recorded, conveying
lie property for the use of all tlicir credit-
>i h, Mr Christie included, without any trust
»r reservation hen* fictul to C. £jfM, or their
i.imihest and if tl}i^be not agreeable to that
gcMdlbihan, it rniist nevertheless appear
lair and equitable to the public and all who
1 »ve n sense of justice*
flic Trustees under the late deeds are
anxious to sell the I .anils in Florida, alluded
to in the notice of Mr-Christie, and to np.
i>Us the proreeds trt the Immediate payment
*>r part of hi* demand, and.deposft a suffi
ciency thereof to cover alibis claim,sob-
ject to the decision of the copH—but Iiib
opposition iq any reasonable sale, ms one in
terested in his own rightrwlplst injuring
all parties concerned, rihtat.be borne until a
sale cun he made under an order of court.
Editors or papers who Insert Mr Chris*
in's notice, will plenne insert tins above
until bin is withdrawn, and forward tlour
bills to the Savannah Republican Ulfiue,
where they will be promptly paid by
J. C. ii P. M.
4 T the expiration of nine months from
this date* 4 shall apply to the honorable
the Justices of the Inferior court of Cha-
tharn county, Ibr leave to sell the following
real and personal property held by the late
R J. Houston intrust, viz :
Cedar Grove plantation, containing up-
wards of 1200 acres, situated in the district
of White Bluff.
Otic Tract of Land, containing 50 acres,
near the above.
May Island, containing 100*eres, more
or less, situated oil the marshes of Little
Also, between 65 and 70 Slaves,
May 13, 1802. adm'r. It, J. Houston.
may 16 V
B egs leave to Inform his friend* in Geor
gia, that he has established bmiselt
permanently hi this city as a
The sale at Sonui^rn Produce will be his
principal busmess, in the management of
winch, he believes he can do his friend*
ju-.i ce -he relict on the reputat'on eata
boshed during along residence .11 Savan
nah, on th» references to his friends, and
diligent attention, to continue the confi
dence of those who maybe pleased tofu-
*?or him with thvir Imsim as.
JVc-ji fork, 38lh Oct .her, 1832,
Rcfcr-ii'*.** m S ' uMiiah—- Messrs Comxinu
Ref. rence m V igusta-Joux Moouj*. Esq
nov 8 .jre
0‘» tKr fit ti Tuesday in January next,
W ill, be sold at I tie Conn hou«e in the
town of Ji fio’son, Camden Countv,
between the hours often and fbur o’elot k,
of that dav,
A Tract of Land on Cumberland Island,
known by the name of the Ptuoib Orchard,
containing nine hundred and sixty acre*,
more or lets, levied on as the propeity of
Charles Ward, to satisfy his State County
snd Poor Taxes for the years 1820 and 21.
Amount due g»2 50 and cost.—Jefferson,
Camden countv, Nov 8th, 1822.
GEORGE LONG, d. s- c. c.
nov 16 fl02
fllTrr.firm offlorkwcll U llepbum Is dls-
1. solved; In consequence of the detth
uf J. L Hepburn, Esq.
The sobacribers have formed s connec
tion in tlie Practice of Law, under the'finn
of KOL’kH ELL a MORGAN, They will
attend to professions! business, in the Ke-
Tiers! Court, In the Ocuudgec circuit, and
In those counties where in the late firm of
Rockwell it Hepburn practiced.
Tlie.r office is in Mdledgovilie, oofne.r of
Jefferson and McIntosh streets, whejja one
of them m:ty be found st all time** when
noton the circuit.
A. A MORGAN.
Millodgovlllc, June 10, lfiu«.
VTlNE months after dare application will
Lx be mude to the honorible the Jus
tices of the Inferior court of Glynn comity,
for leave to sell all the llthils in said county
dunging to the ear ate of John King, late
f Effingham county.
SARAH KING, adm'rx.
April 5,1822. $a* Clark county, Gs.
Slierifl’ Soles Continued.
On tlu- first Tuesday in January next,
•yO^ILLbe sold Ht tlie Court bouse in the
kftr Town t f Jefferson, Camden countv,
net ween tile hours of ten and four o'clock
•if that day,
All the improvements on Ten acres of
Lart'diylng on Great Satilla river, con
sisting of a Log house, Ac. levied on as the
property of John Beasley, to satisfy an ex-
"Crttion in favor of ^opkms (/ficort.
f Also, thij improvements on 7 or 8 a
ores of fenced Innu, situate in l.utle Satilla
Neck, consiHiiiig of lloust'S. itc levied on
ns the propeity of James fumbling, to sa-
paly sundry executions returned by a con
stable - Conditions cash. Jefferson, Nov.
GEORGE LONG, d.s.c. c.
nov 16 |J02
put PA it Ml nv
Jlnd Huld at his store vn the Hoy,
Ii k|,iE great efficacy f these Pills in the
IL cure of all the symptoms of n certain
diht-asein both sexes, lias neen arknowledg-
d for more than twenty veins by numbers
-il'patients throughout the United States.
I hey art* warranted free Horn any kind of
Mercurial prepur diob, and the patient who
ises them may attend Jo his business amt
bllow his own regimen or diet without in
conveniehcy or injuring their effect.
T)ie subscriber unprepared afresh sup
ply of these ft’llla-—they are sold with prim
i d directions for use, at g6 p«*rbox, one
or two of Which is generally sufficient for h
JOHN B. BERTHELOT.
On the first Saturday after the first Tuesday
411 January ne*f,
\fyiIX be sold at the market house In
\Af the town of 8t. Mary's, between the
iionrs often and four o’clock nftliat day,
One Negro B iy named Frank, levied on
us llie property of Matthew W. Besscnt to
satisfy an exectit on on foreclosure of a
mortgage in favor of f.awreoce ii Thomp
son, GEORGE LONG, usec
£\ N fleotlon lllificbi iinlfrnl lo lie hclil
at the Market Hmiae in Kllia' Bij'i.n,
on .Satin (lav til. 3Wli November next, for a
Captain, 2il 1 ieutcnanl untl Bnsign, to Ueut
Company No, 2.
At tlie Court Home on the same day,
nn eleciion is ordered to lie held fur u Cap
tain, 1st and 2d Uvntetmnt, and Bnsijfu, to
Heat Ciimiiany, Nn 3.
The Pulls to he opened at 10 o’clock. A.
M. anti the election superintended by two
Justices nf the Peace and three freeholders
nr a mnjnnty of litem. By order of Col
M. W. STEWART.
Actg. Adjt. 1st llegt, G, M
nnv 11 97
A I.L persons indebted to the Estate of
il. Daniel Coyle, deceased, ar* required
to trinArc immediate payment to Messrs.
Gordon it Poo\pr ; and those having claims
lo render them in duly attested.
M. HERBERT, Rx’tr.
nov fi 93
T HE tru« and Genuine Scdlitz Powder,
is just received from Liverpool, and
for sale by
'Druggist, No 8 Gibbons’ Buildings,
nov 9 %
Plains and blankets.
n BM.RS White Plains
» 5 do Domestic Plains and Woolseys
For sale by
BAKER it MINTON.
nov 7 a
PRIME Negro Man, accustomed tu
the management ol horses and driv
“g a Carriage or dray. F »r terms apply
to J B. HElvBEUr it CO.
oct 31 88
BUNDLES prune Northern Hay,
fur sale by
HALL U HOYT.
W HEREAS, Elihu Atwater, esquire,
administrator/ uppliea fqr letters of
dismission from the estates of Colonel Wil
burn Scott, deceased, Jolm Campbell, de
ceased, and Havens Waterman, deettsed.
These are therefore tp cite anil admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors
of said deceased persons, to be and Bppear
at my office on or before the firs^ Monday
in January next, and shew cause (if any)
why said letters should not be grunted in
terms of the law.
Given under my hand and seal, this 22d
[l. h ] JOHN BAILEY, c.c.o. c.c.
W HEREAS, Mrs. Louisa C. Shaw, Ex
ecutrix, applies for letters of dismis
sion from the estate of General Nathaniel
Green, deceased 'These are therefore to
cite and admonish all and singular (he
kindled and creditors of said deceased to
be and appear at my office, on or before
the first Monday in Janaary next, and show
cause (if any) why said letters should not
bo grained, in terms of the law.
Given under my hand and seal, this 22d
lay of June, 1822.
[i. a) JOHN BAILEY, c.e o. c c.
man Lutheran 1 Church
On the fra Saturday after the fret Tuesday
in Hecember tier),
W ILL be sold at the market house in
tlie town of St Marys, between the
hours of ten and four o’clock of that day,
One bouse ami part of lot No 3, (three)
levied on ss the property of Francis Hu*
dulph, tu ssttsfy hisi'ute, county, and poor
tax for the year 18.0; amount due ft64
22 cents 6 m and cost.
Also, part of lot No 27, lyingin the town
of St Mary's, containing two acres, more or
less, bounded west by John Hachlott, sen.
north by Congress street, south by Weed
street, and east by Norris street, levied on
as tlie property of P. Bracey to satisfy his
state, county, and poor tax for the year
1821 j amount due 87 cents 8Jin lind
• Also, part of lot No 5 and part of lot No
8, in the town of St Man s, levied on as the
property of John Langley to satisfy his
stnto, county, and poor tax for the year
1821 ; umount due 58 cents and cost,
oct 23 GEORGE LONG, nsec
Interior Court, Chatham County,
Chambers, Oct. 2, 1822.
O N the petition of Joseph Delchumps,
stilting (hat ho is in jail, for debt, at
the suit of Peter Dirirger, that he is in
solvent, but willing to surrender all bis os-
(ate for the benefit of his creditors, as the
law directs, and praying for relief under
the insolvent acts of this state. Ordered,
'That the said Joseph Delchamps, be
brought up, at the court house in Savannah,
nn the third day of December next, at 10
o’clock, to be beard; and that notice there
of be given h a creditors, agreeable to law.
Extract from the minutes.
JOB T. BOLLES, Clerk,
oct 3, c t /
Effingham Superior Court,
December term, 1821.
Tfi6 trustees of (he Gcr-*^
* * "* v ' ‘ Rot* Nisi
John Freyermuth slid se
vend parrels of Land _
O N tlie petition nf the Trustee* of the
German Lutheran Church at Ehenez
or, stating that the said John Freyermutli
on the fifteeiit It day of April, eighteen hun
dred H fifteen, mortgaged by deed under
Real to tlie petitioners, all those tracts of
land,containing three hiindred kcres in Ef
fingham county, state aforesaid, on a small
creek adjoining Judhhali Whitman Kelly's
ami Garrison's land; also another filly acres-
situated and being in the district ,«f E,
betieser, hounded by land of Peter Arne-
toff 8c F. Bronkne.ro, at the time of survey
granted to Landfeldety also, another tract
of land situate in the ueventceth district of
the county of Baldwin, containing two
hundred and two and a half acres, known
by the number (104) one hundred and
our, with the appurtenances, to secure the
payment of a bond or obligation of the
said John, bearing date the day and year
aforesaid it praying the foreclosure of the
said mortgage. It appearing to the Court
that there is now due on the said bond and
mortgage the sum ,of two hundred dollars,
with interest at six per cent, from the fif
teenth day of April, eighteen hundred ii
eighteen. On motion of Wayne and Cuyler,
attorneys of the petitioners, it is ordered
that the said John Freyermutli, Ins heirs
or representatives, do pay into Court the
amount due as aforesaid within twelve
month* from this date, otherwise that the
equity of redemption of the said John and
his heirs, in the said mortgaged premises,
be foreclosed, and that such further pro
ceedings lake place as are by law direct
It fs farther ordered that this Rule be
published once a month for twelve months
in a public gniotte of this state, or be serv-
jd on the defendant or his representative
or agent six months prior to the time ap*>
pointed for the payment of the.monby into
Extract from the Minutes.
JNO. CHARLTON, Clerk,
dec 11 rn4
Laurel Hill Toll-Mfil:
iipME Toll-Mill on Mrs Ancrum's plan
'll tat on has been completely repaired
lately, and is now ready to work as well as
any other mill on the river. The rough-
rice tftk£ will be sent to the mill will be
kept separately in dry and cafe stores, and
shall lie beat with the utmost care and
economy, and the barrelli will be always de
livered ill good order Empty barrels,
made of prime bouted staves, will be furn
ished at the mill when required. Tlie
terms for cleaning Rice will be the same
us at the other toll-mills. 'Those planters
who will engage to have their cro| s bent
at that mill, and keep her supplied, will
have 200 tierces, or as much less us they
pleaBe, beat at one turn. Applications con
cerning the mill, to be made to Archibald
Brebner, on the plantation, or in Savan
PETIT BE VILLEUS.
sep 10 rpf Factor, Mongol's wharf.
Honey, do squills
Hoffmans anody ne
Ipecacuanha or Mip-
do small square
Milliard seed, mace do rod precipitate
S.Tv e i“ do Spaui.h flie, °
Nui vormc, Emu root
„*"! lied precipitate
Pearl barley Rose w ater, Hosin
Powdered tin Buttoflron
P aster mcrcurisl Gum elastic, Spatu.
do Burgundy pitch las
do adhesive Scales and weights
General Drug and Family
No, 8 Gibbons' Duildings,
R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends
and customers in this state and South-
Carolina generally, that he has established
hjmseltinthe Drug Line, on his own indi
vidual account, and is opening ot this time
an extensive and general assortment of
warranted fresh imported
Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, #c.
Gentlemen Physicians, Country Mer
chants and- Planters, and all \idio wish to
purchase at wholesale or retail, can be
supplied at this Establishment on the most
Ivory fyjeqtion pipes
Syr nges, qts.ili boxes
do pints, do £ pints
INK month, .Her ilule Implication will
be made to the honorable the JiYstices
of the Inferior court of Camden pounty, for
leave to sell all the lands in said county
oelonging to the estate of John King, late
of Effingham county.
SARAH KING, adm’rx,
April 5, 1822. Clark county, Gu.
april 6 f
T HE subscriber intends opening a school
in this City, on the first Monday in
November next, in which will be taught,
the Latin and Greek languages, together
with those branches nf an English educa
lion, usually taught In Academies. Ue has
taken the house at present occupied by Mr
Sml, J. Bryan, situated in Market (late
Soiith-broud) street; from 4 to 6 pupils cai
be accommodated with bom d and lodging
In his family. For particulars, reference
may be had to the Rev J, O. Andrew, <p,
CHARGES w. carpenter.
A T the expiration of nine months from
itL this date, I shall apply to tile honora
ble the Justices of the Inferior court ot^
Chatham county, for leave to-sell the fol
lowing real property of the estate of R. J.
One tract of 354$ acres of Land in
Brvun county, situated on Red B rd creek.
One undivided fourth part 0f 1450 acres
of Land in McIntosh county, situated on
the Alatainaha river.
Twelve Lota in the town of Brunswick,
May 13,1822. adm'r. Ii. J. H.
m«v 16 4
arfa b 1
Y wife Rosannab Saunders, alias Ro<
. sannah Migee, having left my bed
board, I do hereby forbid .all persons
from Busting her on my account, or har
boring her, as I will not be answerable for
any debts she may contract after lh s date,
Savannah, 19lA JVsi. 18*2. p
A Young Man who has had a good *du.
l\. cation, writes a good hand, and having
been long accustomed to active business,
and understands well the nature of accounts
and book-keeping, wishes employment in
some reopectable business in this city;
he can come well recommended, and as
employment is lus object, he would not re
quire much of a salary. A line addressed
to A.J). through tbfc post-office, will be at
tendee to. oct 13 af
N INE months lifter the date Of this no
tice, application will be made, to the
Honouibfe the Justices of the Inferior
Court of Liberty County, for permission
to sell the real estate of Letty Carter, de
ceased, for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of the said deceased.
light Townsend, Adm'or.
do male and female
Salts of Lemon
Bark yellow, do red Liquid do
do pale, do in quill Low’s perfumed do
RalsGapevi Naples do
do Canada, do Peru Pomatum in sticks
Castor Oil, Arne
do W. India
Canthuriues, do puW
do in pots assorted
Rose water, lavender
do Rochell, do Tar
do Epsom, do Glau
do Nitre refined
Solut Arsenic, Fow
do Lavender compd
do Nit, Dole
do Kino, do Jalap
do Gentian comp'd
Patent Medicines tic
Godf rqy's cordial
Harlem Oil or mede-
U'l U’ormsced jL
Pdls, Lees N. London
Puls, Ltes Windlmn*
Opium, orungc peel
O l Vit/’jol
do Peneroyol /
do Worm seed
do Annis seed
Garden seeds in box
tions, asthmas, ifc.
Cephalic Snuffi for
Prussian blue, 1, 2 Ivory black
and 3 Lampblack
Fig blue, Kings yel-Indigo Spanish
low Bluck lead, red da
Drop Lake, Nol&2 Litharge
Fluke white Terri de senn*
Snts Lavend com
do sweet Nitre
Wine BUtero do Turpentine
Spts Hartshorn Street Oil, castot O!
do sweet Nitre American and W. J,
irllEIiS. * >0lUe
licnrys calc'd Mag<
Red ink powder
Black do; Pill bote
Red wafers, assorted
Castile Soap, white Sponge fine
Savin, Senna Ales
Snake root Virg.
do Seneka, Squills
Cream Tartar, pulv Storax, Salts Harts-
Corrosive Sublimate horn
QTpiLE subscriber lias received by late ar-
U rivals from N. York, a fresh supply of
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
which, added to his former stock, makes his
assortment very complete. His friends
and customers can be supplied as usual, on
moderate terms, at his store, Market
Squgre, adjoining Messrs Glebed ti "Fra
zier. EDWARD COiTEE.
oct 24 i$
Epsom Salts, Eng.
do Na>l, 2 and 3
Syrup So hill*
Tinct Allies comp'd
do Snake root
do Boqpin comp'd
do bark Huxham*
do Peruvian bark
do Muriate Iron
do Columbo root
crown do; do Evans’sTooth brushes, com*
Spring lancets mon
Tooth Instruments do silver wire, 3 if
ass'd 4 rows
Bougies, Gallipots Cupping and frepar
Macabov snuff ing Instruments
Liquid blacking Male and female sil
Black sealing wax Ver Catheters
Spanish whiting White leather skim
Rotten stone English mustard, by
Pum'ce do the lb. in canisteri
Powdered blue Ground Ginger, rac
Vermilion, Chinese Cloves, cinnamon
do English Mace
Verdigris, Irish Glue
Scutellaria, Lateriflora, or Scullcsp.
Assorted in Small Boxes,
Well calculated for Plantation use
Together with a general assortment of
Surgical Instruments, Sho]
Furniture, assorted Phials, &c.
Saratoga and Bollston Miners
S|iri«(- Waters, will be kept constantly o
hand in as perfect state as can be imprf
ed t „ ANSON FAllSON*
dec 31 fp
H AVE moved their store to die «ou
west enrnerof Jefferson and St.
linn street, w here they sell all those artic
which are ttsuually enumerated in the 1<
advertisements of Apothecaries.
As they reside in the same house \vh
they carry on their business, they can
all times, day or night accommodate til
They always keep on hand a compl
assortment of warraniedGAfUJEN SEE1
Also, Garden Tools and Flower l'ots.
FRESII GARDEN SEEDS
B Y the latest arrivals from ibe North, it
the Drug and Seed Stere of
OEMLKU ii POSEY.