Kills mi New-York,
| VI,, 7; ALL,
th e 21
J FREDERIC SELLF.CU.
Oil I'l' /ViileiiCL', It. I.
dec 11 1*
S. A. CONEY,
. Drafts on Philadelphia,
A TWlUIIT.—Fur ".sic by
NICHOLAS U NEFF,
lire 14 17
Bills on England,
JjlOU SALE, by
O N Mw York,
Washington City, and
in sum, and sights lo suit Purchasers
Tor sale by
S. tt M. ALLEN Ik CO.
dec 21 p -’3
HILLS ONNE IF-YORK,
A t* 3 lo 63 days sight—for sale bv
Who has Jov sale,
15 hhtls prime St Croix Sugar
S3 qr casks superior TeneritVc Wine
y *«0 boxes 7-8 and 4-4 Irish Linens, ir
Iiuli'i'ci d nt TVcshyterian
( hnn h.
<'SK I’mmu w o,u»tln.rd ■'rmii-
a. i He^i in i'.a Ci ui it, «i ni t •.ion m.
"i*ila\, ilii- Ah in*t. nt- rtqu.nu* • l,
«H on the Subscribets and settle lor the
BAKER U MINI ON.
doe 12 15
' l|l VH0nn ifiij.vi.wi - — • ■ — ' ■ ■ ■ —
I boxes 7*8 and 4-4 Irish Linens, i
- whole and hnif pieces
10 boxes Jaconet, Cambric, and Book
dec 12 15
P ERSONS having demands against the
late Rev Walter Cranston, are request
tjd to render them duly attested, to W, II
Bulloch, for settlement.
dec 2 pr. 6
F ROM ship Thomas Fowler, and for sale
by the Subscribers,
Do Bale Hope
Heavy Ravens Duck
Co union do do
Broad Diapers, Sic.
L BALDWIN & CO.
dec 13 16
Y»aOR sale Cheap, a first rate FIRE EN-
Cl? CINE. Apply
dj*Thc Augusta Chronicle will please
insert the above six times and send his ac
count to the Editor for payment,
dec 19 l21 ^
J UST received by the brig Uriah, fr^m
Montego Bav, twenty-five puncheons
high proof and tine flavoured Rum. For
WM. TAYLOR & SON.
(Tj* The public are cautioned ugainst trust
ing the crew of the above mentioned brig
Brisk, as no dehts of their contracting will
be paid by the Captain or Consignee,
dec 21 b 25
OTTVIE Honorable the Superior Court of
vk Chatham County, will commence its
regular Term Sittings on the 6th day ol‘
January ensuing, at lo o’clock in the fore
noon, for the triai of Causes civil and cri
minal. Applicants for citizenship, must ap
ply at my Office, before the Court, to have
the papeis prepared.
JOB T. BOLLES, Clerk,
dee 24 p 25
Ten Dollars Reward.
L F.FI* the Subscriber about b-n days
since, bis negro boy MAY, about. 5 feet
5 ,iches high, dark complexion, with a scur
oil lus nose : ns he had a pass to Savannah,
he is probably harboured there. The a-
hove reward will be given by delivering
hun to meal Riccborough, or M . II. M*»
dec 24 l 25
f , JOB PRINTING.
Af\ N I.VV and complete assortment of
Job Printing Type, having been ad
ded to the office of the Georgian, hand and
l*usi Bills, Cards, Circulars, Law arid Com
mercial Blank3, and work of every descrip
tion in tint line of business, will be execu
ted in the bast manner, and on the most
The Geurgian Job Printing Office, is in
tfit same place in wnich the talc Henry P.
Jiusseli’if office was kept.
Orders lell either as the Job office, or at
liio office ui tut Georgian, will meet prompt
U-J' An assoi tmen« of Blanks is kept COD'
sUntlv on hand for sale,
ate 24 25
a held at the Independent Presbyteriun
Church, on the first Monday in January
next. Foil to open at 12 and close at 2
Chairman board Trustees,
dec 7 U
Bools, Shoes,§ Soul Leather.
H A.- lor Sale, lot) package* BOOTS ar. 1
SHOES, well calculated fur the Coun
try • fade. A*so. 20UU Jb» Red Sole Lea-
tlier, ola prune quality, which will be soul
Low U. ins sto.t, north side oj the Market.
dec ~1 u • 3
y UEUCtS dvi. each, superior
J line E iinbuigu Ale
ivu litre-» 83 doz. each, Pale Ldm-
Jus. leeched, undfor sale by
tv ilnamson’s Uuildiug.
:c U M
•F) FV^FV BUNDI ES prime Northern Hay,
wslydy landing from ship L\ coigns at
St.ui. u a wbail’, will be mud low if uken
rum the store. Apply to
dec 18 Ui20 On the wharf.
TpHE Subscriber resumes the practice of
<■1 the Law in Oakmulgee district, and
me County of Munroe, and will give the
must vigi.Hiit attention to all business in
trusted to liis charge.
C- B. STRONG.
nov 23 108
J ust Received,
AXU FOR SALE,
Ml’ES Cape Mudeira Wine, of a su-
5 Tons Swedes Iron, assorted
25 boxes Patent Sperm Candles
50 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread
2 cases Fine Straw Bonnets
dec 70 13 Rice's wharf.
OTpHE Ladies and Gentlemen of Savan-
iA mfi are rcspectfuily informed, thaq
Mr. A. J Siiymanbki, Dentist, is now on his
way from the North, and may be shortly
expected in tills place, when he will give
due notice of his arrival,
dec 19 i 21
Itum, Gin, etc.
» BAHItEUS N K Rum
25 bbls India Point Gin
250 qr boxes Spanish Si gars
20 qr casks Currant Wine, of a su
Landing from brig Hope & pollv, and for
sale by S. MANTON,
nov 13 99 Rice’s Wharf,
Sugar, Coffee, f$c.
50 boxes Negro Pipes
25 bbls Loaf Sugar
10 M. American Sugars
IQ M. Spanish do
50 bags prime Green Coffee
100 kegs and qr kegs of best Rifle
Powder.—For sale by
L. II. SAGE & CO.
dec 14 17 Telfair’s wharf.
Seed Rye, &c.
07TY BARRELS Scud Rye
10 hull' bbls Buckwheat Meal
f.O bbltl Prime Pork
20 do Mess do
20 do Prime Beef
20 do Mess do-
393) X0H Sp**rm Candles
For Tale by
THOMAS BRADLEY SS CO.
No 2, Mongin’s Tabby building,
dec 21 b 23
100 doz. WOOL HATS,
XUST received and.for sale by the Sub
tf9 scribers—who have on hand, and are
constantly receiving MAI'S of every kind
and quality, of the latest f-shions; all ol
which will be sold on the most reasonable
BUTLER k SCRANTON,
Git don's building, Market -sqare,
dec 7 re 11
From the ship Niagara,
PIPES Cognac Brandy, Signett’s brand,
11 kegs Tobacco—For -ale by
E. W. VANVOORIIIS.
Also in Store at Market Square,
A general assortment of Groceries and
dec 19 21
Liverpool Coal, Salt, and
T770R SALE. Also an excellent Box
JL 1 Chronometer, by JMherland whose er
ror and rate are accurately ascertained. Ap
A. L. MOLYNEUX.
dec 11 14
ajA HOGSHK4DS Whiskey
-Oil 50 Barrels do
Lauding from ship Niagara. For sale by
C. C. GRISWOLD.
dec 18 20
Brown Stout, £jc.
(SyfFh CASKS very superior London D.
2U0 bushels Lancashire Potatoes
200 do Turks Island Salt in barrels
for sale low, by
MACKENZIE & HERNANDEZ,
dec 12 11 l 15 Exchange Dock.
For Sale or to Let,
fl^IIE unexpired lease <if the hall Lot, be-
JL ing the corner of Broughton and Jef
ferson streets, with the Buildings elected
thereon, consisting of two sepa ate Frame
Stores and Lodgings, and a File proof store
and cellars, being excellent stands for ail
kind of business. For terms, apply to
petit de VILLERS,
Factor, Mongin’s wharf,
dec 14 eu 17
\v\\ AN V\m> N C>j\VtCS8
L Li Al ti L l()
THE WES r LVHU MMUCRT8.
C y vlttiOKS ol the vtrv bi«t qu mlv, and
J ol nil descriptions ol the above natn d
Lumber, (50to lot in length, if nq .ir.
«*dj can, at the shortest notice, be furnish-
ed at the
Darien Steam Saw Mill,
in the State nf Georgia, on the most rea
Vessels drawing not over 12 or 12 and a
halffeet water, can load with great lacil t\
at the Mill by no inclined plane, therein
getting the lumber on hoard clean am!
dry i and from fifteen to fifteen and n hah
feet water, can be carried over Doboy bar,
now rendered ns safe as any in the United
States, from the beacons and buoys then
An abundant supply of Cypress Shingles,
and Red and While Oak Hogshead Staves,
can he obtained.
There being a RIOF, MILL attached,
Rice either in whole or half tierces, can be
had when wanted, for assorting a cargo.
Orders or Communications add eased to
the Agent of the Upper Darien Saw Mill,
at Darien, Georgia, will be promptly at
nov 25 109
Cash Dry Good Store,
JpHF. Subscribers beg leave to inform
their friends anp the public, that they
have opened a very general assortment of
FANCY SI STAPLE DRY GOODS, at the
store lately occupied by Messrs P. & F. S.
Hurd., I'hiseslablishmentwill be constantly
•supplied from their house in Savannah, with
such articles as may be u anted; by which
means, persons residing ill this city and its
vicinity, may always depend upon being
turn.shed with every article of Dry Goods
at 6avaunah prices for Cash.
WM. TURNER (J CO. *
I dec 23 p 24
H AS removed to the store lutclv occu
pied by Messrs liuVoch SI IJunwody,
where he continues to transact
and offers for sale 50 tierces NEW 1UCE,
together with the following articles:
Casks of R. B. 8. Porter
Whole and half hi L Fresh Flour
Barrels Mess anu Prime Beef
Boxes fresh Raisins
Hyson, Cunpowder and Souchong Teas
Loaf, White Havana, and Brown Sugars
'Cognac B anily *
Jamaica and W- India Rum
Holland Gin and Whiskey
Sperm and Tallow Candles
Soap in whole and half boxes
Sperm, Linseed, and Train Oils
Spiki s, Copper and wrought Nails
Cut Nails from 4dto 20d
Together with an assortment of Ship
Chandlery, Hardware, and Paints.
WILLIAM P. BOWEN.
nov 29 4
A N election is hereby ordered to be
held Ht Justice Russel’s Office, 00 Sa
turday the 28th December inst. for a Cap
tain, 1st and 2.i Lieutenants and Ensign to
command beat Company No 3.
The Polls to be opened at 11 o’clock, and
the Election superintended by two Justices
of the Peace, and two Freeholders or a ma
jority of them.
By order of I.t Col. Roikrts.
M. W. STEWART, Act. Adjt.
1st Regt. U M.
dec 13 20
EAST FLORIDA LANDS,
FOR SALE OU SAUTEII,
A PLANTATION on Amelia Island, con
taining 700 acres with a settlement
thereon, and has been under cultivation in
A Tiact of 250 acres of Land near the
A valuable tract of 1050 acres of prime
Swamp and highland, on the river St. Ma
ry's about 30 miles above its mouth.
Another tract of 500 acres of Lund, on
Huwke’es or Fleming’s Island on the river
These lands are of the first quality, re
markably healthy situations, and in good
good heaR. They will be sold cheap ei
ther for cash, or exchanged for Negroes
or merchandize, or they will be let on lease
on reasonable terms ; but the proprietor
would prefer to join any Gentleman Who
can furnish sufficient hands in planting the
Amelia ‘stand plantation, under his super
Description of the Land? may be seen
and terms made known, on application to
BAKER 81 MINTON.
deo 4 8
OFFERS FOR SALE,
f\^\A\ CASKS Nails, Spikes and Brads
jo casks Cut rant Wine superior quali
ty, containing 6,8, h 10 galls, each.
40 bbls N England Rum *
12 pipes Rutenburg Gin
4 hhds Jamaica Ruin
4 do St Croix do
20 bags Pepper
20 do Pimento
100 boxes Rais.ns
10 quarter casks Malaga Wine
30 boxes Claiel Wine
50 bbls Pilot Bread
30 hhds Sugar
25 bbls do
5 hliiis Leaf l*obaCjpo
10 kegs Manufactured do
dec 20 l 22
GILDING, GLAZING and PAPER
T HE Subscriber begs leave to inform
his Customers and the Public in gene
ral, that he has removed to Thompson &
No. , WMTAKER.S'WEET,
Near the Bay, where lit continues lo carry
on the above business in all its various
branches, on the most modern and approv
fFalls Tainted in Oil or He.ste.mper
and Ornamented in the most Fashionable
London White Lead, ground in Oil
American do do do do
Linseed Oil in barrels, in the best order
Durels Spirit* Turpentine
W imlow Glass in boxes of various sizes
English Grown Glass in ciates, suitable for
large Panes, Pictures, Sic.
Fine Colours of all kinds
Painter’s Brushes of all sizes
White Wash do
A great variety of different color Frosting
Blue Smalts, Sic. Sic.
All of which will be sold at the lowest
prices. Ordert from the Country punctual
ly attended to. Colours mixed ready for
use, and directions given for using them,
nov 15 [101
1 lie l.«»i sailing t uppei’J ship
LADY DAL LATIN,
mi.. H i tom Britton, matter
r.*ta Has commenced loading, and
11 in- iIia, rftthed without having
two*tliir<li of li« r Height engaged. 1 r
the residue nr | no »;q;o, having g oil ac-
commo<Miouv*pply to captain Britton on
boaid, or to
HAM, HOYT h CO.
dec ih rn
poll VALE, by _
J. P. WILLIAMSON.
The cupper both med new
fn*d rate ship
. J L. Hilton, JHaaUr,
Will w ant about 4U'J bales to
complete her cargo. For freight of same,
dec 11 14
~The new fi.st rate ship
E. Crabtree, master,
Will commence loading for
Liverpool immediately, For freight of 40U
bales, apply lo
dec. 11 14
Charles Jayne, master,
Will commence loading this
day, and receive dispatch. For freight or
; issage, apply on board at, Johnston’s
wharf, or to
dec 9 32
The well known coppered
1$ LUC HER.
Hubert J Potter Master,
Has three-foilrths ot her cargo
engaged, and will meet with cl sputch. For
freight of 250 bales Colton or passage, ap.
ply to the Captain on board, at Hunter’s
wharf, or to
dec 9 12
• The well known British ship
Til a kb sisTwcs,
Jiimet Bell, master',
Will be dispatched immedi
ately. For freight of 100 bales Cotton or
passage, apply to captain Bell on board,
JOHN II. REID & CO.
nov 27 3
The first class copper’d ship
Archd Corkell, mfittcr,
Having two thirds of her
cargo engaged, will meet with dispatch.
For freight of the remainder or passage,
having elegant furnished accommoda
tions apply to the Captain oh board at Hun-'
ter’s wharf, or to
deo 6 10
The new copper fastened
William Hi bee, Master,
,—,, jrr,. Will have immediate dispute!).
For freight or passage, having elegant ac
commodations. apply on board at Jones’
upper wharf, or to
HALL, HOYT SI CO.
dec 18 20
Can take from 50 to 100 bales
Cotton on deck, if immediate application is
made on board at Taylor’s wlurf, or lo
O. C. GRISWOLD.
dec 12 15
The superior coiqv 1*' British brig
Thomas Woodhouse, muster,
Will commence loading Tins Day,
and receive dispatch,, the principal part of
her cargo being already enguged. Fur
freight ol*250 bales Cotton or passage,ap
ply on board al Runlet's wharf, or to
dec 20 22
The remurkabR fine coppered
Now ready to commence loading. For
freight, apply to
A. L MOLYNEUX.
dec 23 24
Ttie copper- cl HnUsh brig
.7. I hr. J .Mu.hr,
___ Stand, A. 1. al L1oj--j’«.—For
Ireiont, apply to
A. L. MOLYNEUX.
dec 23 24
The fine and fast sailing brig
II. Cook, Master,
_____ Raving part of her cargo engaged,
will meet with all possible dispatch. For
freight or passage, apply to the Captain on
b ar J at Moore's wharf, or to
DUHAMEL & AUZE,
dec 6 10
The fast sailing sloop
Captain S. Startcvant,
Will sail on Thursday next. Fur
I eight or passage, having good accommo
dations, apply on board at Rice's wharf)
HALL SI MEIGS.
dec 24 p 25
Cotton and Slop Brokerage.
1 IE subscriber oilers his sei vices in the
. Purchase and Sale of Merchandize,
,>articularly Cotton, and in procuring
Freights for vessels, lbs Counting Room
is in Monjin’s ('late Bulloch's J Build.nt’t,
dec 13 1!il6
BOAR Hi ML
A FEW Gentlemen can he Imivlsonvly
. accommodated with Board; in n private,
honilv, a few wtrpu from the CO) Hotel
terms moderate. Apply ut tills Office,
nov 27 3
Juel laiuHejf fro 'i ship t hotnm /outer,
(*?£> BARRELS No 2 Mackerel
J & 2'2 do No 3 do
25 kegs first q iality Boston Butter
Fears and Nuts
J.nd in Store,
Mackerel, Cuiidir*, ii-'Rp, and
Madeira Wote in him s
doc 13 16 J<o i-h’ Buildings.
.hut In Utort,
S TS pipe, CdROiC Ui.ndy
> | ipc. II I,III
a do Jimlioj Hum
10 e%sk* Porter
6 keffu Lead
6 do Mint
25 kegs Harris’ No 1 Tabncoo
10 kegs I.n<li< n Twin do
25 boxes liftiftn a
50 do Cheese- For sale by
nov 9 104 Julies’ upper wharf.
Wants a Situation.
A YOUNG Gcntkmun who lint hern
. sometime in Grorgiu us u private Tu
tor, w ishes to engage us u teacher in a m i-
vine family j he u-aebes the English L:m-
gouge only. Apply to the Editor of the
W ILL deliver good I i.JM \\ OOI) IVom
Ins yard, nt the residence of .tot
purchaser, in the City, :ti Five Dollars and
a half, Cash, per Cord, hv semliiig an or
der for the quantity wanted, and nt Four
Dollars and Seventy-live cents per coni,
delivered at the yard, which is situuli d n.
the north end of Wesi-brondslreet, ulmvc
WILLIAM C. WAYNE.
(Tj* Wood will bo sawed at Fifty Ct ut.
pe r Curd, at the ) urd.
dec 20 22
A Uniibmi Coat and Hut.
O F the Chatham Artillery, of mi exci I-
lent quality and but little worn, be
longing to the mdigent widow "fu decea
sed member, ar<* offered for aide cheap.
Apply ni the office of the Georgian
dec 17 19
Hv Cemge Schley,
On th- first Tuesday in /V h< uury newt,
111. We sold without letene, ut 1J n*«
» » rock, in front of the Court-House,
that valuable triiul Lot, (h signaled intue
plan of ilie city by Lilci U, with the build-
mg Hieuon, known aa the old Prcsb^te-
deft 14 17 Terms cash.
Thirty DollarS Reward.
A ll (ft»\l)ED aince 27|l. mt. fiom liif
i n ovmci i .»;• | r.'i.tice to Messrs
t ,i tk'.md / i.fiioruuirh, nihsonr, my Negro
hoy Y, nr SYPII.AX, about l.i isrs old ;
.1 hi m lellot ^ not Vi ty Mack, talhutive ami
plans hit, but ml \i ry shrewd; Innd of
ilreiit, imd much of n beau on bumlays
and linli'lr, s. He Imd iio particular marks
by widen I con'd deaigimto Inin- hut he is
pretty well km wo about town, From tak-
inga gmnl many rtothes, I suspect he has
left the phut! (’"tiniiH of vessels arc
ciuitioiied to he vigilant, that he tloes not
make hii> escape tm board. The above re
ward will be paid on his delivery in juil,
d. r 7 11
milK Southern ludl ofLtwNolQ, corner
*. of Dray ton-street, Ans'nwa'dj upon
which tm re is a commode"is house, lately
occupied b) Doctor Rend, minudiate poa-
icssi >u can he had. If not suiil at private
it w ill bo put up at public sal*-, on the first
'Tuesday in J tuuur\. For term*, api l\ to
dec 14 17
I IIFLE8,‘Fowling I’iecea, and Pistols,
.1) containing IVoin three lo twelve char
ges, anti more if required.
'These Guns arc of great importance to
the Hunter and Sportsman, us well as to
mercliunt vessels, as a defence against lb-
rales Pistols containing five or six char
ges, will he found u complete protection
for Travellci s.
Guns altered to fire from 3 to 12 times,
with 1 lie sHine safety, accurary, and force
»» ordinary (funs, without Milling tiny ll.lnc Ynrii’, ami llrnry II,A, »f liualoni compose'
i or Hum,
O N accommodating terms, that largo and
ooinniodious ' ottse situated on corner
of .lell’erson anrl Bay-streets, opposite the
Washington Hal! Also the hous* at pre
sent occupied by Doctor Forth, ami situa
led o| pi- .ite Wlnte’a Hotel. Possess.on giv
<•11 immediuiely Inquire of 8. PiitinmcK
Itov 30 5
TOME Coparlueraiup heretofore existing
sa ut Savannah, under (lie firm ol J lire
Lathiii'I 1 .& Co. having been dissolved, in
consequence of the death of Mr. J. LiUhrop
—the uusinchs will he continued under tin?
uiipc name, conducted by Mr. flrzckiah
Lord, who with //«nry Thomas, ol New-.
to the inoiimbrance of the pi* ce, each
charge bi jng under perfect control, being
all put into the gun ut the time of loading,
ami divided by wads of leather, which, by
means of a sliding lock that primes I’aelt,
may he fired in the upturn of two srcumls
to a charge, or at any longer intervals, at
the opnoti of its possessor.
Orders cun be supplied, and guns for
warded for alteration at short notice, on
application to the subscribers, where the
guns can be el tmincd.
GIB1H Bi ALEXANDER,
Agents for the Proprietor,
dec 21 23
J\vw } r ork, Dec. 2, 1822.
dec 19 VI
I DT No 2, do Ivy 9u feet, fenting on
A Reynold’s square, adjoining the retd,
j deuce of Joc .'pli Uumming Esq on wlm li
| there is a commc.rfimis and w< II finished
three b.o. v llr.ek, Ho ise, with slated mol,
also Stables, Uoauh house, i c. •'! of Brick
and slated. In/fee simple. For terms,
upply to ,
I’OpCE U MACKENZIE,
dec 1« r, 29
R ESPECTFULLY informs the Inhabi
tants of Savannah and it3 Vicinity, that
he intends to open a School for the re
ception of young Ladies and Gentlemen,
in which will he taught all the requisites ol
u correct English education, together with
the Latin, Giee/:, French, and Italian lan
guages. lie lias taken the room occasion-
ally occupied by the Union Society, in the
west end of the Academy.
Recommendations from Captain Aldcn
Partridge, Superintendent ot the American
Literary, Scientific, and Military Academy,
from the Professors of Italian, French, Fen
cing, and from a number of other Gi nth •!
men cun be given, by making application at j
the store of Baldwin SI Hay ward, u few
door* west of the City Hotel. 'I hose young
Gentlemen desirous of attaining the art of
Fencing, can receive Lessons hi the even
ing, by application ns above.
N. B. Should not sufficient encourage
ment be given, he would engage as an in
structor in the above mentioned branches
in the country, or in a private lamil).
dec 18 20
•'rJlIFi Partnewhip between James John-
.1 stun SI Henry W. nib's, and Jacob Will-
cut, under lliel firm of J dmston ti Hill*,*
was dissolved nr the 2d August last, l>> the
death of the sepior partner. The utbscri-
hers will contii.tie the business as partner!
under the firm (of Johnston h Hill*
1 HENRY W. HILLS.
1 .1 VCOli WILLCUX.
Savannah 91) the, 1822.
I NFORMS his friends and the public gen
erally, that since the death of Mr. Wil
son, (his foreman,) He has engaged Mr. W.
Nrwtok, of London, and late from New
York, to superintend the TAILORING BU
SINESS. His ability and expelience in
that line, he confidently expects will ena
ble him in all cases to give general satisfac
tion to those who may favor him with their
Every article of gentlemen** apparel,
Naval and Military Uniforms, SIc. will be
made in the neatest ami most fashionable
manner, and warranted of the best work
Ladies Habits, Pelisses, and Cloaks,
made up in a new style.
He has just received in addition to his
funner stock an extensive assortment of
Cassimeres and Vestings,
OF Al.L DESCRIPTIONS.
A general assortment of
TVcaiVs MftiV. CAolYAng,
Eitra super Blue and Black Coa's
•1 > do Blue, Olive, Claret, and Par-
sou’s gray mixed Frock Gouts
Blue, Black, Grey, Drab, Wellington Mixt,
and other fancy colored Cloth and Gassi-
Lamb’s Wool and Merino Shirts
Angola Shirts, a new article worth looking
Men and boy’s Lamb’s Wool Stockings
Ladies Merino Chemises, Sic. &c.
WITH X LAH0K ASSORTMENT OF
Seamen's § Negro Clothing,
which are offered very low for ca*l»
J P. SKTZE
N. B. The best of workmen, and a suffi
cient number of them have been engaged
Ncw-York by Mr. N. in order to be
punctual in his undiitaking,
dec 14 llrb 17 H
S pDRsalr, a’l tliut Tiact of Land, in the
; county of Scrlven, formerly the resi
dence of Mr. James Platt, deceased. The
tract contains ahou* 5924 acirs, well tim
bered, is on /slack Creek, adjoins Savan-
rub River, and is without doubt one of the
best Mill H'*aUi between Savannah and Au
gusta ; this Lund is really worthy of atten
tion, to a person disposed to have a valua
ble plantation, Saw and Grist Mil!. It is be
lieved this Innd will answer all these pur
poses. A| fcly to
I). M'LF.OD, or
TJ The JluguMa Herald is r< quested to
insert the above advertisement lour week®
and to forward their account to this office
for pay nit nt.
dec 19 21
Selling (At’at Cost.
T HE subsetib< r wishing to bring his bu
siness to a close, takes this opp.i rtu-
nit^ to offer to the public at wholesale and
.ir’ il, his whole stock of
CloWung & Urjj Goods
At wliok sale un extensive credit will lie
given, with good endorsers or town ac
ceptances, and at retail good bargains can
be obtained for cash, via :
A general assortment of the most fashion
able Hals and Clothing, consisting of
Trunks blue and black Dri ss Coats
Trunks Frock, Waterloos «nd Box Coats
of various colours
Trunks blue, black, olive, drab, grey, and
slate colour Cossack Pantaloons
TrmiFs Linen and Cotton frill'd and plain
Trunks blue, black and cassimere Vests
TiunAs' Men and Roys’ Tartanplaid cloaka
from 5 to gl2
Trunk* merino, worsted, and flannel Gen-
men’s Shirts and Drawers
Trunks llosiries, consisting of Silk, lambs-
wool, worsted and !a»ge size Yarn Stock-
Kilmarnock and Scotch caps
Gentlemen’s Fur Travelling caps
Cases Water proof Hals
A variety of Negro Clothing, consisting of
round Jackets and Trow sera, from 4 to
$6 per suit, Great coats, Pea Jackets,
Monkey Jackets, red Flannel and check
Bales 3 3$ point Blankets
I)o White Plains
Cases extra fine Irish Linens
Cases large size Silk Umbrella®
Cas£s Men’s Shoes
Apply at my Store,Jive do on Fast of the
dec 9 Ira 12 |)