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Savannah republican. (Savannah, Ga.) 1824-1829, October 21, 1824, Image 3

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■lt.J Charles F. ‘Codwisc AND J. W. Baclielder, rAVE established themselves under the firm f of C. I'- COD WISE & Co. us ^tnvs&Commission Merchants iC NEW-YORK. i t , of Produce and pur* Reference*, „ _ _ , ‘ . . A. Slaughter & C. Labuzan, ? Augusta.* Jewett; Abell &Co. J l John W.. .Long, Savannah, s. Jewett frHftjwyt ^ Npw-York, MitcheU Stacker, J ftSsiltfJ. OllVyj ' > Boston. ■ tllchard D. TuclceV, Esqrs. J I u i,w a, Coflwtse, Augusta, will make tlbo Vfances on Cotton shipped to C. F. Codwisc VEdUors of the Savnnnali Republlcnn ^ C i« roumah will please ulvo the above ^cSns! weekly, andfonvard their accounts IN COUNCIL. OcTonzn 14tb, 1824. HP Cltv Treasurer having laid before Coun* I l'ilie amount of Ground rent due the City if. U t^ Ordered that the same be re-enter* t ffnoUcein one of the public Gazettes ^ Extract from the minutos,^ jjyERS, c< , ranklin Ward. ar ». due amount. V 13 Oct 80 88 13 34'28 13 34 28 13 28 96 23 Sep 37 60 13 Oct 25 76 13 128 70 13 30 13 Aug 13 39 13 Ap’1 64 28 13 64 28 23 Sep 32 10 13 Oct 23 67 23 Sep 21 46 13 Oct 21 44 13 27 88 13 81 43 13 04 32 13 23 68 23 Sept 32 14 23 30 13 Oct 30 13 04 28 13 62 ibert Ward. 5 2 Sep 41 62 52 39 66 42 33 30 <4 2 37 36 6 7 Oct 40 76 4 2 Sep 31 93 42 33 08 4 6 20 , 4 2 0ct 31 60 4 2’Sep 34 88 42 37 12 4 20 Aug 33 08 4 6 Oct 30 i 4 2 Sep 31 95 4 6 Oct 32 46 3 6 Aug 61 40 4 16 Sep 28 35 4 2 27 63 2 6 Oct 16 97 4 16 Sep 33 75 4 16 27 23 4 15 27 09 4 16 Oct 30 19 4 15 27 94 iberty Ward. 4 17 Sept 30 4 4 4 4 4 [20 4 2 8. 8 4 4 4 14 4 14 12 14 l 4 f 4 8 8 17. 17 I? 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 27 60 30 27 60 27 60 30 30 25 25 30 25 27 CO 30 30 30 30 27 60 26 26 30 76 90 30 25 26 25 34 37 lumbia "Ward. 4 18 Sept 47 48 21 37 2G 02 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 18 28 18 18 2 Aug CO 00 18 Sep 18 90 2 Aug 86 62 2 Oct 41 25 3 107 72 18 Sep205 20 3 Aug 30 67 18 Sep 65 36 18 28 25 6 Aug 23 18 6 22 60 18 Sep 13 95 39 15 62 14 37 68 18 121 62 rceiic Ward. 8 19Seplll 66 19 43 43 19 Oct 46 13 5 Sept 32 22 6 Aug 32 62 19 Sept 46 j® 85 60 1® 60 30 6 Oct 27 23 Aug 64 1® Sept 18 66 6 Oot 24 36 6 Aug 16 96 1® Sept 70 20 6 Oct 60 18 19 Sept 19 68 1? ... 21 60 6 f - 19 13 56 25 No. Qrs. due amount. 39 4 5 12 20 40 7 6 20 20 Wurrcn Ward. i ** 2 4 13 18 21 3 8 13 36 42 6 4 13 21 44 10 4 13 16 11 4 13 15 12 4 13 19 28 13 4 13 19 28 14 4 13 15 15 4 13 15 16 4 13 16 08 17 4 13 20 36 18 4 13 20 36 19 4 13 20 36 20 8 13 40 27 21 4 13 20 36 22 4 13 20 36 Washington Ward. 1 4 21 Oct 19 28 2 4 13 19 08 *l 4 13 16 28 6 4 13 19 28 6 4 13 16 08 7 3 13 12 06 8 4 13 19 28 10 4 13* 12 86 11 4 13 12 "86 12 4 23 17 14 16 4 13 12 86 16 4 13 13 02 17 4 13 18 21 18 4 13 18 21 19 4 13 18 22 20 4 21 18 22 21 8 13 36 44 22 4 4 18 22 23 4 23 Sept 18 22 . 2*4 4 23 18 22 i 30 4 13 Oct 10 72 31 4 13 - 10 72 , 32 4 C.Sept 25 35 8 13 Oct 17 14 36 4 13 Sept 9 65 38 4 13 Oct 8 67 39 8 13 17 14 40 0 13 12 06 Jackson Ward. 2 4 3 Oct 38 64 3 4 3 33 CO 7 4 3 34 08 8 4 3 34 08 9 4 3 40 80 10 6 3 72 60 13 4 3 27 CO 14 4 3 37 44 15 4 3 •16 08 16 4 3 65 68 17 8 3 77 70 18 8 3 68 19 19 4 3 33 12 20 2 3 Aug 12 21 21 4 3 Oct 48 22 4 3 61 84 27 4 3 62 32 28 4 3 48 29 4 3 43 20 32 4 3 36 33 4 3 40 80 34 4 3 38 88 35 4 3 27 36 30 8 3 4*1 16 37 4 3 19 G8 t 38 8 3 60 40 39 '4 3 22 66 40 4 3 17 28 41 4 3 17 28 1 42 3 3 12 96 | 43 3 3 16 62 44 4 3 Oct 22 08 45 4 3 17 28 46 4 17 28 47 8 3 39 37 i Brown Ward. 1 4 3 Oct 61 36 2 4 3 48 3 4 3 48 11 8 3 88 32 13 4 3 34 66 ANDREW LOW & oo. n AVE this day received by tho ship Georgia, from Liverpool, a large supply of WOOLEN AND OTHER SEA SONABLE DRY GOODS, Which are offered for sale by the original pack age, piece, or dozen, at umoderate advance, for cash, cotton or rice, and on a liberal credit for ap proved paper. By the ship Emily, expected to arrive here in all tills month, there is to be re ceived an additional supply, which will make their Fall and Winter Assortment more suitable and complete, than at any former period, in consequence of the setection of the whole having been made by the principals of the house. oct 12 188 19' ,1, 26 12 26 8 WOOLENS. - T ill' subscribers have received tiifelr USUAL SUPPLY of • i Which they offer-for sale on accommodating terms. consisting op White and Coloured Plains Heavy London Duffle and Rose Blankets 64 Servant’s Cloth, Blue, Black, Brown and Mixed Booking Baize, and Table Covers Welsh Flannel of a superior style White and Colored Yorkshire do ALSO, 100 pieces best 42 inch Cotton Bagging. JAMES ANDERSON iffCo. Johnston's Square, oct 12 tl88 LANDING. OfUI PIECES 42 inch Cotton Bagging S&UU 40 casks Cheese For sale by oct 19 14 kegs prime Goshen Butter 20 bbls Northern Gin m191 BLISS k WADSWORTH. Hemp and Canary Seed, J UST received and for sale by LAY &HENDBICKSON. Chemists and Druggists, Shad's Buildings. oct 19 191 Liverpool Ground Salty For Sale Oct IP a191 JOHN PRITCHARD, at A. L. Moiyneux’s. Ready Made Clothing, 01“ At costing T HE subscriber Intending to leave .... the 20th of this month , offers his STOCK O GOODS AT COST.—It comprises n general as sortment of CLOTHING OF.ILL SIXES. J0I1NP.SETZ. oct 7 186 L. PETTY, Offert for Salt. OA HHDS, St. Croix Sugar Jd\j 20 barrels do do 100 bugs Coffee 10 do Pimento JO do Pepper 6 do Race Ginger 16 qr chests Hyson Tea 10 pipes-Holland Gin 6 pipes Cognac Brandy 3 puncheons Jnmaica Rum' . 20 tierces London Brown Stout 10 qr casks Malaga Wine 40 barrels Whiskey 30 do Gin 26 do Prime Tork 40 do Loaf Sugar 10 kegs Tobacco of an approved brand 60 boxes Soup 40 kegs supr White Lead 200 bags Shot, assorted 16 Casks Cheese ALSO, 60 nieces Cotton Bagging 1 bale Twine 16 pieces White Plains, Nos. 1 and 2. oct 6 b185' Just Received, ..NTLEMENS line Calfskin and Morocco vT Roots do do Washington Ties do do Shoes do do Buckskin do Boys Pegged and sewed do Children’s Bootees Ladies fine Sitk Shoes do plain and figured Trundle do do Satin do fine Morocco Shoes For sulc by JNO. B. WICK. Oct 9 187 B Y the ship Corsair thesubscribershuvc repel' cd their fall supply of GOODS, consisting < a very general assortment of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, DYE STUFFS, &c. All of which will be sold on the most accou mod&tlng terms for Cash or Credit. Merchant Physicians, and Planters are respectfully invite to examine them before they purchuse. LAY & HENDRICKSON, Chemists and Drnggists, Shad’s Buildings. ALSO, A fresh supply of SULPHATE QAININE, r ceivcd as above. Oct 14 189 43 12 43 68 68 66 67 20 48 90 38 88 96 48 76 80 26 88 30 38 88 28 32 63 76 15 Sep 130 66 16 63 84 15 62 88 2 Augl51 92 15 Sep 137 28 2 Aug 36 3 Sep 29 16 New Franklin Ward 12 2 Aug 46 2 - - - ■ - 6 Oct 20 3 22 Aui 6 0ci 8 2 2 2 2 6 92 26 ; 30 26 135 10 135 06 91 67 67 55 67 66 30 Eastern Half Fila ture Lot. 4 3 Oct 106 j NQ, 1. ROBERTS, City Treasurer; Iuich”/ 0 ^" 1 ^ k’Jth,the.above resolution of Irhv t “°»el»by give nbtieo that if the rent li on J* not paid -before the 27th Inst. I T l on that day re-enter. lot 14' *- 1no F- M. STONE, Marshal. .?^® h® v 'ng claims against the estato of ,: v '* are requested to present ■nionMi. Y^bt^d't? make immediate I enutu Subscriber—accounts against the ank? U to he left , with Messrs S. C. fy J. Mtf WO' F. E.'TEBEAU, Admr. Bank State of Georgia, SA VANN AH, 19/A Oct. 1824. T HE Board of Directors having declared Dividend of $2 per share, or 2 per cent fi the last six months, on the Capital Stock of tli Bank, the same will be paid to the respcctii Stockholders thereof, or to their order, on mid « ter Thursday thc21st inst. By order of the Bof.r {•Oct 19 *091 A. PORTER, Cashier. Seminary for Young Ladies. cancies in her Seminary for tlie ensuing season. Instruction is given in all the various branch of Education taught in other Schools. The terras may be known on application at Ji residence York Street near Bolton’s Square. Oct 19 1m1?1 . To Rent The Tenement At present oc cupied by Thomas U. P. Charl ton, tho properly of diaries Harris, Esq; in Broughton Street! and posses sion given on the IstNovembfer. Oct 19 101 Fresh spices, dye. -g LBS. NUTMEGS XUU 20 do Mace 60 do Cloves 600 do Ginger, (Pulverised) , 10 boxes Starch inbundles of 71bs eac 160 do Cassia: or Cinnamon i&0 dd Fig Biuc(& superior quality) 400 do Pearl Ash 60 doz Lorillard’s Snuff 200 do do and Reills cut Tobacco, Are ofibred for sale by LAY & HENDRICKSON, Chemists and Druggists, Oct 14 189 Shad’s buildings; Proposals* 171 OR repairing the Bridge between Whilcmarsh X. Island and Oatlands, will be received be tween tbis and the 1st day of November. For particulars apply to TIMOTHY BARNARD,) Cotn’rs JOHN SCR1VEN. > Wilming- EDW. F. TATTNALL. ) ton Dis’t. Oct 16 190 Copartnership, HP HE Subscriber has associated himself with X John E. Wadsworth, in the Commission busi ness, in this place, which will herenfter be con ducted under the firm of v BLISS Sf WADSWORTH. ELIAS BLISS. oct 14 n189 To be Leased, IN OR a number of years, the Southern half of X? Lot No.'O, Rpynold? Ward, on the corner of Broughton und Abcrcom streets, a very eligible situation for a dwelling house. Apply to A. J. PRATT. oct 14 }m189 Goshen Butter, and Fresh Lard. GA VDR Y Sf IIERBER T, Have Just Received Qfl BEGS LARD « OU 30 bo Goshen Butter sh 10 Boxes London Mustard 60 bbls prime Pork. — Oct 12 188 FACTORAGE. 7TII1K subscriber tenders his thanks to hisfriends X and tlie public far tlie liberal encourage ment he ha? received in the FACTOR A GE and COMMISSION „ BUSINESS, c? nnd trusts that by a strict attention to the interest in of the Planter, he will merit u continuance oftheir patronage. For sale. Grundy’s white Plains Prime 42 inch Cotton Bagging. ELIAS FORT, Commerce Row. oct 5 185 * Cheese, Pepper &c. b ' -g p* Casks prime Goshen Cheese S i »I 25 boxus do do - 10 bags Pepper 0; 10 do Pimento p Just received and for sale by lb L. PETTY. oct 1 Ml 84 BUTLER & SCRANTON, »t Have just received and offer for sale, A mn-w A fresh supply of FINE BE A- jRM VER HATS, of the fim qunli- sffZjffSl ty and latest inshion. 2d quality do do Castor do do Imitation do do Wool Hut* from $11 down to 7. ■ ALSO, A fresh supply of SHELL COMBE. Imitation do do All of which will be sold low for cash or good paper. Country Merchants will find it to their advan tage to cull and tnke a look, oct 9 m187 Dr. A. DE LAROCHE. tc Opposite the Exchange, Savannah. TS constantly receiving fresh supplies of gen- X uinc DRUGS AND MEDICINES. selected for Countiy Merchants and Physicians, which he will sell for cosh or approved credit at J the lowest City price. Just received, f SULPHA TE of Q UININA. oct 16 190 Iron, Steel, and Cotton Bagging. I JY TONS IRON consisting of Axe Bur, Wag- II f gon and Chair Tire ,. 40 Bundle? Hoop Iron - 30 do Sheet do . ■ 20 do Steel consisting of English Blister, Germun und (n) Blister * 60 ps 42 Inch COTTON BAGGING, j; Just received and forsaleby : Oct 16 190 J4B. HERBERT t CO. j \ Education, t nrtHE subscriber respectfully announces to his • X friends und the public that the exercise? of his . school will be resumed on Monday 25th inst. The course of instruction embraces the Latin Lan guage! History, Moral Philosophy, Composition, a Geography, English Grammar, Arithmetic, &c. » tc.' He pledges himself to give the most ussidu- t a ous und unwearied attention to tlie moral and in- a _ tellectual improvement of his pupils.—Terms as - usual. G. WHITE. * oct 12 I '188 [* Sioaims Panacea. riYHE Subscribers have just received from Pliil- - JL udelphia n fresh supply of this celebrated Me- . dicine, and hnve made such arrangements ns to , keep a constant supply of it on hand. Persons in l ' wnnt of this article can depend upon its being gen- nine, as it comes direct from Mr. Swaiin. LAY 4- HENDRICKSON, Chemist und'Druggists, Shad’s Buildings. r oct 7 186 The Genuine Improved IScidlitz | Powders. QA DOZEN of the true English Seidlitz Pow- OvJdershnve been received from London, via New-York, per brig Monroe and for sale low by LAY &. HENDRICKSON, ii Chemist and Druggists, Shad’s Buildings. 1 oet 7 186 .... TO BE LET. The STORE corner of Bay and Drnyton-Streets, now occu pied by 3'. P. Sctze. Possession may be had oh the 16th of this m nth. For further particulars, apply to Peter Dupon. PETER EVEN. oct 19 ||191 To Rent. That large and pleasantly situated House in Broughton street, now occupied $y Doctor J. £. ■ Read; for terms, apply to Bulloch Si Factors. . JOHN MOREL. A190 / To Rent. Tlie Tenement in Broughton Street adjoining the one occupi ed bv the subscriber; possession given i the 1st of November. M. MYERS. 190 Situation Wanted, B Y a young man who is well acquainted with tlie Mercantile business having followed it for the last three years. He would accept a place in any respectable House. All necessary recoin* -mendatlons can be bad both in town or from tlie country. A line addressed to H. M. G; and lett at the Post Office will be particularly uttended to. Oct 16 _ a!90 'Assize of Bread. In Admiralty, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ) DISTRICT OF GEORGIA. \ To the Marshal «f the District of Georgia, Greeting— . GEO. GLEN, Clerk. W HEREAS a libel hath this day been filed in the District Court of said District, by Richard Marceliin, praying salvage against the British brig WEST INDIAN and cargo, for mari time services rendered the said brig and cargo when in distress and great peril on the high seas, as are particularly set forth in said libel. Now these are to cite and admonish the master of said brig and all others concerned in the premises, claiming said brig and cargo, as enumerated in said libel, or holding proceeds of the sale of the same in his or their bands, or aiiy part qr parts thereof, as agent or agents, auctioneer or auc tioneers—and the sqid master and others concern ed, as agent or agents, auctioneer or auctioneers as aforesaid, are hereby cited and admonished, to be abd oppearbefore especial District Court, to rflRE averagejwjcc of flour being $6J per bnr- iread for the X Pei, 196 woffiht, the weight ol present month must be 12J Loaf 2 lbs 13 ounces 64 do 1 do 64 d6 of which all bakers and sellers of bread will take due notice. J. I. ROBERTS, c.t. oct 5 185 be held m and for said district, on the 26th inst, at the Court House, in tlie City of Savannah, at 10 o'clock, A. M< of that day, to shew cause, if any, he or they have, why salvage should not bfe de creed the Libellant us prayed for. Wf itness tho Honorable Jeremiah CUyler, Judge of said Court, this 11th of Oct. 1824. CHARLTON Si SHEFTALL, Proctors. All persChs interested in the above monition will take due notice. . JNO,H. MOREL, m.d.o oet Hi 188 For Liverpool. The well known and regular trading ship* Bf 5 GEORGIA, Vnrmim, master, Will meet with quick despatch.—For freight of 160 bale; of Cotton only, apply to ANDREW LOW & Co. 105 tons of Liverpool SALT, and\ 38 crates assorted CROCKERY, Received by the Georgia and offered for sale low- fop cash or on accommodating terms for approv- ’ paper if taken immediately from on board the wet at Five Fathom—apply as above. ■ 187 . ... ed vessel oct 9 For New-York, (ESTABLISHED LINE,) Ship AUGUSTA, S. W. West, Master, Will receive quick despatch.—For freight or passage, apply to the master on board, or to HALL b HOYT. oct14 189 ESTABLISHED LINE To Rent, The dwelling House of the Subscriber is offered Rent, for one year from the IstofNovem- 1 her next. Apply to R. fy 3. Haber- RICH. W. HABERSHAM. 137 SAVANNAH Market square The celebrated stand, for tlie sale of Boots and Shoes, at pre sent occupiedtaR. L. Milling, will • he for Rent on the 11th inst. Appli- made to Tiffs. R. Price, merchant, Square, or to the undersigned. GEO. PENNEY. 185 LOUISA MATILDA, AUGUSTA, WM. WALLACE, T. Wood, EMPEROR, J. H. Bennett. Tlie above are all first rate vessels, with expe rienced commanders, and will continue to sail in regularsuccession throughout the season, leaving SuvnnuahforNew-Yorx on Thursday, and New- York for Savannah on Saturday in each week.— For freight or passage, apply to the Captains on board at Jones’s Urper W harf, or to HALL & HOYT. jan 27 21 „ ... For Rent. The House in Broughton-st lately occupied by Mr. Tcfft.— The house , corner ref Drayton and 1 York-strcets, occupied by Mr Goff.— • “ ‘ 1 y Cap! of thi The house on the opposite side Jr* George ALSO, good dwelling houses, and the Broughton’and Barnard-streets. J. MARSHALL sept 28 To Rent. The three story brick build nig on the Bay, lately occupied [•by JamesDickson 4- Co. ns n Whole* » sale Dry Good Store. Apply to C. W. ROCKWELL 4-CO. 182 For Rent. The brick bouse in South Broad Street, belonging to the est.Thos.'Gardner, dec. At present 1 occupied by Thomas Butler, Esq. For f to H. KIRBY. l182 oet 7- To Rent. The Store and Dwelling John ston’s Square, lately occupied by Mr. T. Walton, nnd Mrs. Blogg. 1 Apply to M. GRIFFITH, Market Square. 1*186 oct,7 To Rent. Two dwelling Houses on State street, Columbia Ward. Apply t0 1 -J, JNO. F. LLOYD. rl87 AUGUST G. OEMLER, I AS removed his DRUG STORE, to the corner ol Broughton and IVhUaker-Streets, .opposite f. Shcllman’s Mansion House, where he exhibits sale, a choice assortment of resh Medicines .and Garden Seeds, 1 various other articles suiting Ins line. Heab ins relating the whole string of names of the ilecamnanc, (Inula Heleninm) Hops, irgot, Tonquin Beans, Squire’s Elixir, taffy’s Elixir, Ess. Mustard, Ess. Tyr< esuit Drop, Churciie’s Cough Drops, iromatic Vinegar, Toilet; Vegetable, and other Soaps, Macassar Oil, 'hosplionis, Ox. Mur. Fotnsse, Spiri stils, Pyrolignious Acid, 1187. Bank of Darien, OCTOBER 5, 1824 'T having been satisfactorily shewn to this board that counterfeits purporting to be change bills City, and Savannah, that tlie issue of the Change Bills of the Bank be stopped, and that those al ready issued be forthwith called in. Extract from the Minutes. E. S; REES, Cashier: Oct 16 190 Fifty Dollars Reward, -TX7TLL be paid for the apprehehsion and de V V livery of tlie following Negroes to tho Sub scribers, living in Bourke Cunty, or any safe Jail so we tan get them—or a liberal rewnrd will be ;iven for any port of them, to wit: Morattan a •right Mulatto man, about 35 years old, rather slender made and of keen apprehension, and his wife Hannah a black woman about 45 years old, with a Scar on one side of her face, the property of Joseph Hines—Beu an African about 45 years old, Small and well set and tiled teeth, with a Scar on one arm, and his wife Syl via about 35 y earn of age, pretty heavy to her height.—They took of 3 Children Ben, Dave and Hetty, the children of Ben and Sylvia, two of the children belong tb the Estate of Smith Stringer, deed; the other child and Beit and Sylvia to Abner Belcher; They brolce loose a large Canoe on Tuesday the 28th September last, at Stephen’s Bridge; Burke Coun ty, and wc thing will aim down the Biver to the Marshy Country, below Savannah, as Ben was bbught upjhere and has Oncerupaway and got his wife and children back there and were apprehen ded and put in Savannah Jail, not two years aj —One of the men took off a Gun the other a 1 tol with them; JOSEPH HINES, ABNER BELCHER. oct 14 Igd OF Ncw-York Packets. MASTEItS. W. Beebe, D. Wood, D. Van Dyck. TO-MOBROW, 2'2d inst. at 11 o’clock, Will be sold at the store of Messrs Duhamci h Auze, for account of the underwriters and all concerned 8 Boxes White Havana Sugar 3 do B«rown do do Damaged on board the schooner Atlantic, on her mssage fromNew-York, and sold by order of the irt Wardens; Terms cash * ALSO; TO*MORROW; i!2d inst; at 4 past 11 o’clock,, i Will be sold beore our stord, 02 pieces 40inchCOTTON BAGGING. Terms at time of sale. And immediately after in store, A Valuable collection of Books. Consisting of abmtt 154voli. 1 Flute 1 Fusee Oct 21 193 TcrmsICnsh. , Executors sale. By J. B» Herbert &coi Will be sold 04 Monday 1st November at 11 0- clock, at tnc late residence of Mr. Wil liam Craig deceased; Brough- ton-Strect His entire Stock in trade; consisting of achoicn selection of Wines, Gin, Brandy, Porter Shrub, be. be. ALSO A handsome assortment ot Shop Ftirniture Sold by permission of the Honorable the Court of Ordinary of Chatham County, octffl. „.193,, . Terms ensh Apples. /A BBLS prime Apples landing per schooner 5U Eclipse—for sale by DANIEL CARNEY, J*. oct 2 c!84 Genuine patent Family Medicines L EES Pills * Churches Ess. Mustard Andcrsonsdo Njhing* worm Lozenges {Hoopers do Thompsons teeth paste Jamas do do eye water Churches cough' drops Rogers vegetable Andersons do Batsom Honey in Baker. ON MONDAY; the 1st November; at 10 o’clock, Will be sold at the Store occupied by It'm. Turner, AU his remaining stock of DRY GOODS, Consisting of n great variety of Choice and S 3- sonable articles, sold by order of the assignees, oct 21 ogers veee pul in onic detergent irk Ilcarlcm oil British oil Henryscanc’d magnesia Batemoni drops, £c. Audit* rslcimtivc Opodeldock Squires elixir Suits Lemons Can constantly be had at the store of LAY 4* HENDRICKSON, Chemists and Druggists, Shad's Buildings. sept 28 182 . , .... Fresh Teas. J. B. HERBERT & Co. at i?5| It AYE CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AS j [1 Chests, half chests, ten cattys.five cat- . '*• tys and cannisters IIvson Tr.A Ten cuttys.five cattys and cannistersIsirERixt and Gvnpowdek.Tf.as Hyson skin, tonkayj souchong and Bohea Teas All of which are of the latest importation, oud will.be sold on accommodating terms. sept 28 182 . Sugar, coffee, cotton Bagging, soap/»!t c. -j BBLS. Muscoyado Sugar B Al U 8 lilids do do * 00 bags prime Havana Green Coffee 40 pieces Cotton Bagging 100 half boxes Soap 2 bales Oznaburghs 25 boxes Mucatel Raisins 6 bales Domestic Shirtings and Sheet* For sale by CALVIN BAKER rept 28 182 17. G. salt, and Salmon. QAAA BUSHELS L. G. Salt, afloat OvvU 8 boxes Salmon just received INSTORE, 50 bags prime Green Coffee 10 hhds St Croix Sugar 10 do Jam. Ruin 5 do N. O. do 75 bbls prime Pork 10 tons iron 20 crates crockery - 60 bbls flour 25 qrCasks Malaga Wine 30 bbls Union Gin 3 cases Hats 8 Trunks Shoes 50 bbls Loaf Sugar 25 do prime Baltimore Hams 30,000 Spanish Segars An assortment of Castings, ahd Waggon Boxes For sale by J. B. HERBERT 4- CO. «>*pt28 183 ^ Corn. 1 AAA bushels Corn ire offered for sale on B " ” "" ! reusuuabie terms, oy sept 28 m182 EBEN.JENCKES. White Lead. ■t AA kegs White Lead, landing fm ship Wo; X UU Wallace, and for sale by sept 28 182 CALVIN BAKER. ' John T Rowland* C ONTINUES to do busines in Milledgeville. and tenderi the offer of his services to tlie friends and the public, in the transaction of agon- ay business generally; o$t 2 tr-f tl84 Evening school, Near the Catholic Church. T HE subscriber will recommence his Evening School on the first Monday in October.— Those young gentlemen- who Wish to prepare themselves for the Counting House, or Mechanics, will please to make early application. HT Four children maybe accommodated with board 4*c. in the subscribers family: sept 28 |t. lt ,182 PETER HYNES Situation Wanted. A PERSON who is well acquainted with the' management of a Rice Mill, and the culture of rice, wishes to obtain a Situation in the vicinity of Savannah, as an 0verseer***he i$ willing to take a moderate salary. Apply at this Office. Oct 12 Ml 88 , ... Z11HE Subscribers having taken that Well known X house, the Georgia Hotel, will accommodate steady boarders and transient persons, on the most reasonable terms. Their table will be supplied with the best the market affords, and every atten tion Will be paid to those who may favdr them with their company. They have also taker, this extensive StableS at* tiiched to that* building, tvherc they cah accommo date alarge number of horses, either by the month or any shorter period oct 12 *>188 DOPSON b MURPHYv • D; B. NICHOLS, & co* H AVE just received Rodger’s KNIVES AND FORKS-, Ivory handles, in sets of 61 pieces, WATCHES, JEWELRY, MILITA RY GOODS, and other articles in tl|eir lme of business, oct 7 Al^fl■ FLOUR AND BRANDY. By J. B. Herbert & co ON SATURDAY, 23d inst. at 11 o’clock, Wilt be sold on Boltons Central Wharf, 100 Barrels fresh Flour 9 do Brandy Oct 21 193 Terms Cwb. 193 ON MONDAY; 25th inst. at 11 o’clock: J Infrdnt of his Auction Store-, . The Schr. ALEXANDER, About fifty-tons bttrtheri, with her tackle, apparel, &c. as she now lies, on the south oust point of Long Island, near Cock- sptli*. and sold torkccdunt of the underwriters. V IpvehWry can be seed at the Counting Room. oct19 191 Executor's sale. By Colvin Balder* ON THURSDAY, 25th Nov. next at 4 part 10 oY clock, will be sold in (rOdt Of his Auction store; all the Household Furniture, Belong to the estate of Hugh M'Call, deceased.— \ Consisting of Side Boards, Bureaus, Dining Tables, Chairs, Carpets, Looking Glasses, Glass t I Varc, Beds and Bedding, Bedsteads, and Kitchen Furniture. Together with a quantity of Plated and silver Ware. ALSO, A quantity Of . Madeira Wine, in botttlcs. Sold by permission of the Hon. the Inferior Court of Chatham County; by order of the Exs ecutbr. Oct 10 190 Executor's sale, By J. B; Herbert co* On the first 'Tuesday 4n December next, l/YTILL be sold at the Court House in this city V V between tbe usual hours of 10 and 2 o’cl’k; All the buildings situated on tlie north Western corner of Lot No thirteen Washington Ward, con sisting of a 1 story house with a kitchen and other , .County and by order of the Ex’r for the benefit bf the hoini of said estate. Oct 2 181 Notice. ■\T7"ILL be Sold at the City Pound on Saturday II next,at 10 o’clock A;M. tbe following Cows having been impounded, if they are not taken a- way before that day;. One red Cow, marked iri one ear with a crop; id hole in the other, and a piece cut from the un der part. One red Colv, marked iti both ears with the un derpart cUt out. One dun Cow marked in one ear with the up per part cut oiit, in the other ear with n slit nnd the under part cut out / One brown and white Cow; marked in one ear with an underbit and in thfe other eajr with nn up- perbit. F; M; STONE, Marshal. oct19 191 Sheriff’s sales continued. O N the first Tuesday in November next,will be sold before the Court House in Savannah, between the usual hours of sale. Six negroes; viz: Joe, Henry, Robert, Monday,^ Jane add London; levied on aS tbe property 6fW* Win: A; Moore, to,satisfy ah execution in favor of the administrator bf Batt Jones, deceased; jfcj Also, the following 8 negroes; viz ; Sally and, ’ her 3 children; Mary, David and Eliza, Delia and' her .3 children, Lucinder, Morin and Anthony; le vied on os the.property of EleaZar Early to satisfy on execution in favor of tHe Bank of the United States. One negro fellow named Joe; levied oh under a fi. fa. on foreclosure in favor of Davies & Ber rien, against Joseph C. Habersham. One undivided eight of two undivided thirds of all that wlrarf Lot No. (8) eight; in the city of Sa vannah; Darby Ward, obmittonly called Rice’? Wharf, levied on as the property of Thorhas IF; Rich to satisfy an execution ih filvor of Wm. Da* vies. Also, all that southern half part of Lot No- 6, Belltha Tytliing; Heathcdte ward with the im provements thereon, bounded north by a iahe, east by an adjacent lot, south by South Broad street, and west by Barnard street; levied <>n un* dcr n foreclosure ofa mortgage from George L; Cope to Wm; Whitfield; ISAAC D’LYON; 9; c; c. Act 9 * 187 Administrator’s Sale. Ott Wednesday thefirst of December next,. W ILL be sold at the late residence of Allen Denmark, dee'd, all the personal property of said dec’d; consisting ofS^iiegroes, 4 head Of horses, one mule, Cattle, Sheep, gouts, and hogs. A1S6; 3 head Oxen flie cafrylog, 1 silver Watch, and the present crop of corn nndf fodder. Condi tions of sale Cash; R. BURTON, Adm’r; 0c t 14 189- , MARY DENMARK; Ain'r. The Library ,* I S Open for the delivery of Books 011 '.Inndhy, Wednesday, and Friday, from tuhki*. until. rivE O’clock. mir; 26 169