Emerson's Elastic Razor |
•« • Strops,
IlF. a new Invent, ami <»n an improved
C A plan I and i c highly lecumnw.ndtd
tu it*c nuollo. For Mir by
Drtill'lli No 8, G.bboiu' Buildings,
nnv 30 5
Oithtfut -S,, in winy of,11’ the Jiist Tuesday |
I'luins, Cloths, Scutch I’ltids,
1 .11VK bait ft heavy blue Plains
, 2 l•nlco low priced stout Blue cloths
1 do mill drab mid Bint Cnstinteret
l caw real Scotch latino Fluids
Juit receiv’d tier chip Atlantic-tor sale by
BAKER Z. MINTON.
nnv IB i
,.gH leave to inform hit* friend* in Geor
| (hut he ha* established himself
pcuniuu nlly In this city as a
I'lic fc»l. «ik* fcouilunt Prutlucc will be in..
niincipal business, in the ol
\\hicl\, be.bcliove. lie can do 111. friends
just cc -he idles on (lie reputation eat.
blinded during a ion* residence m Suvun
nab, on (lie it li fence. In Ins Iriend., .ltd
diligent attention, to continue the cinili
deuce «l' iliose who may be pleased to U-
vor liim *ilb ibcir Inmni aa.
j\ew Volki 28//i October, 1822.
Reference in Savannah—Messrs Cumminu
Reft renco in Augusta—Joint Moon*, Esq
nuv H Ire
Classical & English School.
11EA 111' MacVOM'M'ELL
I n*ruitMb In. Fi lends mid tlm Public
i hat he will re-open l'« Hclinnl tor
Vuniig I.ndioi anil ticiitbiincn, on Monday
neat, the Mill in.l, at 9 o’clock, A M. in
On- room under Solomon 1 * Lodge, near lilt-
Old I’rcabyletiall Church,
Insurance against Fire.
OTJliUi Avita Insurance Company, Hart
ii t.ii'u, continue lo insure Ileuses ami
Bidding*, icicliaiuliz*, Furniture, amir
llmr pi operly, including Vtimli in port,
their Uargois, ko. uga list loss or dumugc
by Fn», for any term tioni one month to
one or mi re year*.
The condition.'! which aft* moderate, may
“bu known on application in the subscribe
who is authorixi d agent, and is empowered
to issue policies without Hit* dehy incident
to other agencies oiTh'u nature.
The company umieilnke in ull cases to
pny the (till amount, of the actual Ions, pro
vulcd it does not rxcyul the amount in
sured. The premiums aic reasonable, aim
should oiler u strong indue- ment to an)
person having properly at hazard to pluo
u in security,
oct ;U b8 9. MANTON.
Jnnuat y urxt,
11.1. he sold it the Market Home in
thu town of 81, Mai > 'a, btlWfCn the
hour* ol tenuiid lour o’clock ol that day,
|‘*o Nigra Children, all the right, title
interest in il,«m, belonging to Frtmow
to satisfy nn eii-cotion in lavur ol
ji.ic, Williford U Co v». Francis Young,
opert)’pointed out by Plaintd!’** Attor.
\ i also to satisfy tin execution *0 favor
Ktao Ofewsnnd Ann Bcssent, Aumims*
trs ur’s of A bruin Ucssent, deceased, tit.
si ret Demon.
GKOHCB !.ONG,n rcc.
Si. fury's, ,Yrv, JO, 1822.
tlecf f II
To oil whom it mil}/ concern.
yTOJIK. ' A9, niWcHter Bryant applie*
\/«f to Honorable the coiiK of Ordi
nal y, tor Letters of Administration on the
state ol Marv l)r>not, late of the said
comity, deceased. These are therefore to
cite and admoniih all und singular, the heirs
and creditor* of said deceased) to file their
objections (ifsny they have) in the Clerk’s
/Mice of the court of Ordinary, on or before
the lirst Monday in January next} otherwise
Letters will be granted to the applicant.
Witness the Honorable William Gib
son, one of the Justices of the said
court, litis3 Hli November, 1822.
fL S.] JOHN BAILEY, c c o c c.
dec 7 f U
On the fust Tars dry in January next,
W ILL*be sold at the Court house in the
town of Jefferson,between tbe hours
of ten and four o’clock Of that day
One Tract of Lund containing 158 acres,
lying iu the county of Oinideu. Alsuano-
Ikt tract, lying in said county, containing
200 acres more or less, levied oil aa the pin-
petty of William llrown, to sutiMy an Kx|f
oulion iu lavni ol Joseph I h'-m •** 8 jc’y.
JAMES NIB LACK, us co.
dec 7 11 '
TN whole. Halt, a uI q -alter U.ixes, of v«
JL iy superior quality, received from II
Vann, a.iti for sale by
JOHN II. IIB1D ii CO.
nnv 13 Bb t
-OTpHE Subscribe) *' Furling Machine nt
'Lil Yaumcraw, is now in rend mess to re
c« ' e Cotton to he compressed or repacked
Abo Produce received on Storage j up
T)J> to Slvphed Parr, at the machine, or
It, h J. HABERSHAM,
nov 20 p.
1 Finsr llaiu lnipiwi .1 SODA MA
J\. t itlMjk with stiver vent, and in com
])h‘te order. The mue.hmuiu so IWnned a
to be easily portable--being put togethe
in such a munner, as tube taken tonic
cos with perf< c' cune. Apply atllie ollici
Of the (ii.o ioU!*.
(1 j* The editor of the Augusta Clironl
cle will inaert the above three times, and
wend his 11:11 to this oflice.
nnv 1 89
M avtjVc ¥ aeAorj.
TT - El’.l’S on hand rt great uss-irtment
.IV Momiments, Grave stones, Tomb I
hies of White and Gold Shaded marble,
Fancy Tables \ Oval, squared, and circular
ChimneJ' pieces; (Jhimncy Slabs for
cings, heat ths, Uc. All orders strictly
Mr. IS A.VO COHEN is hi* agent for Sa
vannah, any person there, wishing for ci
ther of- the above articles, can have u view
of i hook of Monumental Drubs, in the n
cat atylc, and the prices will be made
Amow u by him.
nov 19 cf
Georgia-—Bulloch County. |
tty AVi/ h'runnlif, cle> k of'the com I of Dr-
\Unmy.Jor the county of iInline \ and state
nfori i m, I,
\V^#HKUF.AS, Aaron Cone of the said
v// county, applies for Letter* of A lmi.
nuti ation on the Estate and effects of Wil
liam Lop*-, lute of said county, deccssad.
These are therefore to cite and admonish-
all uimI bigular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, lo file thc ; r objec
tions (it any thei liavel in my office, on or
Indore the first Monday in January next,,
otherwise letters of Administration will he
graiiLd to the applicant.
Given under my hand and seal this
tu enty-sixth dry of November one
thotisund eight hundred iS twen
[L. 9.] ELY KENNEDY, ccodc
dec 6 10
.ncis H. Nicoll, ^
and Co. I
Case Circuit Court
United States, Dt&
tnct of Georgia.
tty Ely Kennedy Clerk of the Court oj Or
dinary, for the county of Bulloch anil Mate
\1L/ IIEItEAS, I.evicy Jone.sof the ssjd
v v County, applies for Letters of Ad
ministration of the Estate and efiects of
Uenjumin Jones, late of said county, de
ceased ; these are therefore to c tfrond ad
monish all and singuinr, the kinorud and
creditors of the said deceased, to iiie their
objections (if any they have) in office,
on or before the first Monday in January
next, otherwise Letters of Administration
will he grunted to the applicant.
Given under my bond and seal this
12th day of Nov *>.iber, one thou
sand eight hundred und twenty-
[L. S ] ELY KENNEDY,cco n c
dec 6 10
W. Scarbrough and
Chamhert, 13/A September, 1822.
P IIOCEsS having issued in this cause,
returnable to the term of this court
in December next; and it being ref re
sented that John Wifiu.mS. Gil-
lett, Samuel Yale*, Andiew Low, and John
llogue, defendants in tbe said cause, reside
without the limit* of the District of Geor
gia: It is ordered, that the said John Has-
Idt, Wdiiam S. Gilh.lt, Samuel Yates, John
llogue und Andrew I.ow appear ut the
term of this court to be holdrn at Savan-
nail in the term of December next, town,
swur to the plaintiffs on the merits of then
said petit-on, and that « copy of this or
der be published iu one -*f the gazettes ol
this slate for three month*, und that the
plaintiffs have leave to take such further
proceedings ks arc prescribed in ther
in such case made a»-d provided.
J. CUYLT.fi, District Judge.
True extract from the minutes.
GEO GLEN, Clerk.
Savannah, Stf!. 13,1822. sep 14
A T the expiration of nine montl * fi om
thi' -ltttc, I dull apply to thr imnnndde
the Justices of the Interior court of Cha
tham county, for leave to srll the following
t eal ami persons! property I,el! by the lute
U J. llmiitou intrust, vi^ .
Ccdur Grove plantation, containing up
wards of 1200 acres, situated in the district
of White Bluff.
One Tract of Lam), containing aO acres,
near the above.
May Island, containing 100 acres, more
or (ess, situated on the nturslus of Little
Also, between 65 and 70 Slaves.
May 13, 1822, ua’m’r, it. J. Houston.
may lt> %
A Id. I*. rsoiH indebted to the estate of
Eliaubelli lloM inan, dec. are requealed
.. iinikt* payment, and thoae to whom the
state is indebted, will pb use present their
laims agreeable to law, to
'll. W. 1.EAC1I, Adm’tr.
dec 12 |p 15
DOCTOR D FI IT HELOT,
Jltul Hold at Ins store on the Buy,
j| |H K great rffieacy I theKe Fills in the
<«JL cure of all the symptom.! of s retain
uiheascin both sexes, has been ncknowlcdg
ed for more than twenty years by numbers!
of patients throughout the. United State*.
They i^|c warranted free from any kind (4
mercurial picparation, and the patient who
uses thorn may attend to his business and
follow hi* own regimen or diet without in-
comenicocy or injuring tiieit effect.
The subscriber ims f.q * pared a fresh sup
ply of tbene^ills—they are sold with print-
ed directions for use, at $6 per boa; one
or two of which is generally sufficient for u I
JOHN B. BERTHELOT.
Sheriff Sales Coniimied.
On the first Tuesday in January next,
\4</ILL be sold at the Court house in the
vV Town of Jefferson, Camden county,
between the hours of ten and four o'clock
of (hat day,
All the improvements on Ten acres of
Land lying on Great Satilla river, con
sisting of a Log house, he. levied on a6 the
property of John Beasley, to satisfy an ex
ecution io favor of llopkms ZJ Sco t.
Also, tbe improvements on 7 or 8 a-
ores of fenced hmcl, situate in Little Satilla
Neck, consisting oi Houses. &c. levied on
a* the property of James Tumbling, to sa
tisfy sundry executions returned by aeon-
stable.--Conditions cash. Jefferson, Nov.
G FORGE LONG, d.s.c. c.
nov 16 fW2
On the first Satuiday alter the first Tues
day, in January next,
W ILL be sold at the Market house in
the town of St. Marys, between the
hours often and four o’clock of that day,
One Negro Hoy named Feter, levied on
mb the property of Daniel Vaughn to satis
fy nn execution in favor of James Thomas,
pi operty pointed out by the Defendant.—
Conditions cash. Si. Marys, Camden coun
ty, Nov. 7th, 1822.
GEORGE LONG, n. s. c. e.
nov 16 fl(J2
Laurel Hid Toll-Mill.
DTIUIE Toll-Mill on Mrs. Ancrum’s plan-
U tat on bus been completely repaired
lately, and is now ready to work is we’I as
any other mill on tha river. The rough-
rice that will be sent to the. mill wdllic
kept separately in dry and safe stores, and
shall he beat with the utmost care and
economy, and the barrellawill be nlwa> a de
livered in good order. Empty barrels,
macldNf prime boated staves, will be furn
ished at the mill when required. 'The
terms for cleaning Rice will be the same
as at the other toll-mills. Those planters
who will engage to have their cro| s beat
at that mill, and keep her supplied, will
have 200 tierces, or us much less as they
please, beat ut one turn. Applications con
cerning the mill, to he made to Archibald
Brebner, on the Plantation, or iu Savan-
PETIT BE VILLENS,
sop 10 rpf Factor, Mungin’s wharf
J UST received, Messrs Lynch & Clark's
• Soda Powders, in Tin boxes. Fi
sale by o AN%).V PAUSON3,
Druggist, N u
da*c 9 12
8, Gibbonsl buddings.
Saratoga l oiigass Mineral
'JUST received per brig Joseph, an ad
♦# Jitional supply, in Qnan ami pint bot
tits, well racked in suit and straw, war
ranted in order—for sale by
' ANSON PARSONS,
DmggVt Gibbons’ building
■dec 9 1-
Notice ami Caution.
W HEREAS 1 have been informed that
John oarnuchan und Peter Mitchell
of this ci^y have by sundry deeds recently
mortgaged and aligned to dive,* persons
either their indivhfciul creditors, creditor*
of the lute-Hi m of Gsrnochan it Mitchell,
or oilier*, all or sundry the property and
estate, both real and personal, of the said
firm, Htj well ns their own individual pro-
pert) and estate, consisting together of I
homes, lot*, lands, stoves, wharves, negroes,
he. in Savannah and Da-icn in Georgia, or
the ik'ighboihood thereof, and elsewhere
with their interest or shave in the stock
of the lower steam null near Darien, and
sundry shares in the United Slates Bank
otulother banks, us will iis sundry debts
due to them in various places, besides
lands, lots, negroes, Ike. in the territory of
Florida, and particularly one large tract of
land bought of Forbes U Co. lying be
tween the rivers St. Marks and Apalachi
cola in the territory of Florida aforesaid.
'Thesearc hereby to caution the public a*
gainst purchasing any part of the said pro
perty or estate so conveyed, or any other
property belonging lo the said Carnochnn
-"J Mitchell, or cither of them, ne 1 hold pri
or motlgngcson the greatest part thereof,
which are on record in the registry in Sa
vannah and Darien aforesaid and in Char
leston, S. U. iwl equitable leins on *)1 the
property of said John Curnochan n « IVtcr
Mitchell. WILLIAM CHRIS .iE.
June 8 fl2
On the first Saturday after > he first Tuesday
in January next,
\t V/ILL be sold at the market house in
\/Jf the town of 8t. Mary’s, between the
hours often and four o’clock of that day,
Ofte Negro Boy named Frank, levied on
as the property of Matthew W. Bessent to
*m isf’y an execution on foreclosure of a
mortgage in favor of Lawrence if Thomp
son, GEORGE LONG, nscc
O ii the first Tuesday in January next,
W ILL be sold at tbe Cutirl house in the
town of Jefferson, Camden County,
between the hours of ten and four o’clock,
of that doy,
A Tract of Land on Cumberland Island,
known by the name of the Plumb Orchard,
containing nine hundred and sixty acres,
more or less, levied on as the propeity of
Charles Ward, to satisfy his 9tate County
and Poor Taxes for the years 1820 and 21.
Amount due $J2 50 and cost,—Jefferson,
Camden county, Nov 8th, 1822.*
GEORGE LONG, D. s. c. c.
nov 16 f!02
In the Circuit Court of the
In and for the District of FeuilS’jl
van in, in the third Circuit.
Joseph Marx and Joseph'
Marx and George Marx,
citizens of tbe slate of
Virginia, who sue as well
tn their own names as in
behalf of such other Per-
sdpa, Stockholders ofthe
latip Bunk of the Unit
ed! States heretofore
nukied, as shall come in
aid become Parties
hereto, contributing to
th^ Expenses of this Suit
Dftvid Lenox, Elias Bou*
dinot, Robert Smith.jQS.
C. Fisher, Joseph Sims,
Archibald McCall, Paul
Sicman, Samuel Coates,
John S'ille, Thomas M.
Willing, Horace Binney,
George Harrison, Abijuh
Hammond, William Bay
ard and Oliver Wol-
cott, citizen of the State
of Pennsylvania, Trus
tees ofthe lute Bank of
NI) now, to wit, this twent y-third day
of April, one thousand eight him
dred and twenty-two, this cause came be
fore the Court, on a Mandate from the Ho
norable the Supreme Cou’t of the United
States for fill ther proceedings. Where
upon it is ordered and deert ed—That the
holders of Notes of the late Bank of t|ie
United States, bring them in for payment
ul the late Hanking House of said Bank in
the city of Philadelphia, before the ele
venth day of April, A D. 1823, ar.d that
on that day this Court will make a final
Decree for Distribution of the funds re'
served in the hands of the defendants for
payment of said Notes ; and it is further
ordered and decreed, that the Clerk cause
this order to be published m one public
newspaper in eacli of the following places,
to wit:—Philadelphia, Boston, New-York,
Baltimore, Norfolk, Chailtaton, Savannah,
aiul New Orleans, at least once a week, for
nine calender months, before the said ele
venth day of April next. A true copy.
I). CALDWELL, Clerk Cir. C.-
The Editois of the Boston Evening Ga
zette, at Boston, of the New-Yotk Lin
ing Post, ai New-York, of the American,
it Baltimore, of the Norfolk Herald, at
Norfolk, of the Charleston City Gazette, at
Clm^:ston, of the Georgian, at Savannah,
unci of the Louisiana Advertiser, at New-
Orleans, are requ* sted to insert the above
in their respective gazettes once a week,
for nine calender months, before the 11th
day of April, 1823, and to forward their
hilts, as soon thei eaberas may be, to tlu
subscriber, accompanied by an affidavit
proving the pubheaton, conformably to
the foregoing order,
may 9 D. CALDWELL, Clerk Cir C.
N INE months after the date of this no
tice, application will be made to the
Honorable the Justices of the Inferior
Court of Liberty County, for permission
to sell the real estate ot l.etty Carter, de
ceased, for the benefit <f the heirs and
creditors of the laid- deceased.
LIGHT TOWNSEND, Adtn’or.
augl5 < v
N INE months after date application will
be made to the honorable the Justices
ofthe Infenorcourt of Camden county, for
leave to sell ull the lands in said county
oelonging to the estate of John King, late
of Efiinghum county.
SARAH KING, adm*rx.
April 5, 1822. §a* Clark county, Ga
To the Public.
CARNOCHAK and P. MITCHF.L are
sorry to he again brought before the
public by a second notice of Mr Christie’s,
who has undoubtedly claims against them,
which, when finally liquidated on die de
cision of tbe suit now pending, they will
try to satisfy, as soon a* possible thereafter.
The deeds under which Mr Christie claim*
an exclusive right to all the real and per-
W HEREAS, Elihu Atwater, esquire,
administrator, applies forletteis of
dismission from the estates of Colonel Wil
liam Scott, deceased, John Campbell, de
ceased, and Havens Waterman, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all und singular the kindred and creditors
of said deceased persons, to be and appear
ut my oflice on or before the first Monday
in January next, and shew cause (if'any)
why said lelt<*. s should not be granted in
term* ofthe law.
Given under my hand and seal, this 22d
[l. a ] JOHN BAILEY, c. c. o. c. c,
s»nal miutci.f Carriocli.il U Milchel,'arc I Georgia Camileil CoUlltV.
considered as informal, unjust und illegal, • « T . 0 .!
J • • " \V IIERIJAS, Mrs. Louisa C. Shaw, Ex-
▼ » ecutrix, applies for letters of dismis-
llence they haw* been brought and are still
before the co ni, uqd other deeds have
been executed and recorded, conveying
the property for the use of all their credit
ors, Mr Chriatie included, without any trust
or reservation beneficial to C. if M. or their
families; and if thfc be not agreeable to that
gentleman, it must nevertheless appear
lair and equitable to the public and all who
have a sense of justice.
The Trustees under the late deeds are
anxious to sell the Lands in Florida, alluded
to in the notice of Mr Christie, and to ap
ply the proceeds to the immediate payment
of purt of hia demand, and deposit a suffi
ciency thereof to cover alibis claim, sub
ject to the decision of the court—but his
oppos'tiou to any reasonable sale, as one in
terested in his own right, whilst injuring
all parties concerned, ifiiist be borne until a
(de can be made under an order of court.
Editors of papers who insert Mr Chris*
u*’a notice, will please insert the above
until bia is withdrawn, ami forward their
bills to the Savannah Republican Office,
where they will be promptly paid by
J.C.tf P. M.
sion from the estate ofGenetd Nathaniel
Green, deceased These are therefore to
cite and admonish all and singular the
kindred 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
be granted, in terms of the law.
Given under my hand and seal, this 22d
day of June, 1822.
[l s.] JOHN BAILEY, c. c o. c.c
By J. B. Herbert & Co.
On the first Tuesday in January next.
VAVfILL he sold before the Court house
in this city, betw een the usual hours,
four valuable slaves, viz; London, Laliah,
Nelly, and her rl.ild, belonging to the es
tate of Samuel Evans, deceased, sold by
permission of the Honorable the Cmrt rt'
Ordinary and by order of tbe adm.instra
tors. Terms cash,
nov 23 108
N INE months after dale application will
be made to the honorable the Jus
tices of the Inferior court of Glynn county*
lor leave to sell ull the lauds in said county
belonging to the es'&tc of John King, late
ol Eiiingiiam county.
Sarah kino, odm’rx.
April 5,1822. §a* Clark county, Ga.
do Kino, doJalr.p
• do Valerian
do Gentian comp'd
Gulbanum, Ginseng Vitriolated Tartar
Gold Thread Vitriol white
do pow dered
Honey, do squills
Hofftnans anudy ne
Iptgiacuunha or Hip-
do small square
A T the expiration of nine months from
nL this date,l shall apply to the honora
ble the Justices of tbe Inferior court ol
Chatham county, for leave to sell the fol
lowing ' eal property of the estate of R. J.
One tract of 354 J acres of Land in
Bryan county, situated on Red B rd creek.
One undivided fourth part of 1450 acres
of Land in McIntosh county, situated on
the Alatamahn river.
Twelve Lots in the town of Brunswick,
v PAT. HOUSTON,
May 13,1822. fti/m’r. B. J, II
may 16 $
Pafiys Elixcr X
Harlem Oil or medw*
Pills, Lees N, London
Pills, Lees Wind ban?
Opium, orange peel
do spearmint 1
do Worm td
N,!'.mli Seed * maCC d ® red precipitate
do Burgundy pitch
d« Spanish dies
Red precipitate '
Rose water, Rosin
Rust of Iron
Gum elastic, Spatu
Scales and weights
Garden seeds in box
tions, asthmas, ife•
Cephalic Snuff, for
General Drug and Family
A’o. 8 Gibbons' Buildings,
R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends
and customers in this state and South-
Carolina generally, that he has established
himself in the Drug Line, on his own indi
vidual account, unil is opening at this time
an extensive and general assortment of
warranted fresh imported
. Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery, <Jj*c.
Gentlemen Physicians, Country Mer
chants and Planters, and all who wish to
purchase at wholesale or retail, can be
supplied at this Establishment on the most
Prussian blue, 1, 2 Ivory black
w, d 3 Lamp black
Fig blue, Kings yel-lndigo Spanish
t low Black lead, red do
Drop Lake, No !Sc2 Litharge
A Young Man who has had a-good edu
cation, w rites a good hand, and having
been long accustomed toactixe business,
and understand* well the nature of accounts
and book-keeping, wishes employment in
some respectable business in this city ;
he can come well recommended, and
employment is his object, he would not re
quire much of a salary. A line addressed
to A. B. through the post-office, will be at
tended to. oct 13 af
T FIF. firm of Rockwell if Hepburn is dis
solved, in consequence of the death
of J. L. Hepburn, Esq.
The subscribers have formed a connec
tion in the Practice of Law, under the firm
of ROCKWELL & MORGAN, They will,
attend to professions! business, in the Fe
deral Court, in the Ocmulgee circuit, and
in thoae counties where in the late firm of
Rockwell if Hepburn practiced.
Them office js in Mdledgevilie, corner ot
Jefferson and McIntosh streets, where one
of them may be found at all times, when
not ou the circuit.
A. A. MORGAN.
Milledgeville, June 10, 1822. r
An nib seed
Ivory Injection pipes
Syringes, qts.in boxes
do pints, do | pints
do male and female
Salts of Lemon
Bark yellow, do red Liquid do
do pale, do in quill Low’s perfumed do
Bals Capevi Naples do
do Canada, do Peru Pomatum in sticks
Castor Oil, Ame
do W. India
Canlhariues, do pvdv
Cascarilla bark • •
do in pots assorted
■Rose water, lavender
do Rochel!,do Tar
do Epsom, do Glau-
do Nitre refined
Solut Arsenic, Fow
do Lavender compd
do Nit. Dulc
Castile Soap, white Sponge tii\e
Haxall’s Richmond Super
fine fresh Flour.
C)(\r) BARRELS just received,and con
atant supplies will continue to ar
rive. Bafrers and families can be accom
modated with any quantity, they may wish
to purchase. The quality of this Hour is
esteemed very superior.
Richmond Manufactory CUT NAILS,
made of Russia and Swedes Iran, 80 cusits
ft urn 3d up to 30d. For sale by
PONCE if MACKENZIE,
nov 13 lire +;i
GANG of 50 negroes, they will be
sold very reasonably for cash or good
town notes or acceptances, having a abort
time to run. Apply to
JOHN P. WILLIAMSON,
tkc 6 u f lo
Chalk prepared .
Cream Tartar, pulv
Epsom Salts, Eng.
do No 1, 2 and 3
do I .tail
Safi ron Spanish
Savin, Senna Ale*
Snake root Virg.
do Seneka, Squills
Stor&x, Salts Harts
5}J up Squills
Tinct Aloes comp’d
do Snake root
do Bor.zoin comp’d
uo baik Uuxhsms
do Peruvian bark
do Muriate Iron
Terri de senna
Spts I-avend com
do sweet Nitre
bpts H&rtshorn Sweet Oil, castor Oil
uO sweet Nitre American and W. I.
Mai corks, bottle oi Patent springTrussct
Henry s calc’d Mag.
Red ink powder *
Black do; Pill horfl
Red wafers, asserted
crxwn do; do Evans’sTcoth brushes, com
do silver wire, 3 if
Cupping and trepan-
Male and female si}-
•*'$r Catheters \
White leather skin*
English mustard, by
the lb. in canisters
Ground Ginger, race
Black soul ing wax
Verdigris, Jrish Glue
Scutellaria, lateriflora, or ScuHcap,
. GARDEN SEEDS,
•Assorted in Small Boxes,
ell calculated tor Plantation use-
Together with a general assortment of
Surgical Instruments, Shop
Furniture, assorted Phials, &x.
Saratoga and Ballstoo Min Ail
Spring Waters, will be kept constantly on
hand in as period state as can be import*
A vcav u a ntMU-n
CRATES assorte-.t Crockery, ae.
sJVJ/ lccleil particularly for tins market.
For sale by
HALL, HOYT k CO.
nov 25 109
Tide Swamp Plantation.
r PHE subscriber ofi'ers for «ale that well-
A- known plantation called
immediately below the city of Savat)
nnh, containing 239 acres of prime rive
swamp*, about ^15 acres under goqjlbarTx
and in planting order, and between 1 and
200 acres of high land. Buildings si.fficient
fur a gang of a hundred negroes, with barns
Terms accommodating to ig-purcha.
srr. For further particular app.j io Me&sr
R.kJ. HABERSHAM, or t*J Lhe aubsc,^
ber in Charleston.
U. 51. HAIG.
nov 16 4102