...Vou XX IL
FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22, 1.824.
Whole No. 45X6.
Lmrc nr IVHA It FA OE, STORAGE, IHlAY-
fc SKin&0'«W'. tjj?s.ivAA<m,.
Established, Jari. 182*1, nnd now in operation.
sols under 100 tons, per day - Cf, " ls ’
hr n£ V Z Landing and dipping Country I'm-
1 J ° duet ■
each barrel or half dO Ric
kbale Cotton -
(package °f Inriifro
I jiogphead of tobacco
I jink) feet of Lumber
J(XK> hoop poles - - ■ ( .£~
100 feet of live oak, cedar and ot or
heavy wood, fold by be solid U. 3,4
100 bushels ol corn, and grain ol nii^
kind, in balk * *
100 bushels lime in bulk
i cord of wood - * „
cedar, light wood or other posts, per
lOO logs • * ,
.Jharftiac on Landing and Sniffling Good.?.
fhorol n small size, each - o cents,
miO lb^ «md upwards - 16
k of codec, pimento, sugar, and all
3 other bags of such size, (grain ex
(i. ol grain and salt
clM>f salted pr visions naval stores,
brfttid, apples, cider, and all kinds
of barrels except dry goods mid
liquors ; • *
|0 ot wines, and all kinds oflufuor
(cider excepted) dry goods in
casks exceeding 20 gallons, and
y 1,1 f
, for 'l
y ol 1
i will I
s has 1
impede 1 ]
not over 63 gallons
wines or liquors and diy goods
■in casks under 20 gallons - -
i of dry goods, nndnll kind.-: ol boxes
under 4 feet square - 4
.. do do oyer 4 tbi-t square . 6
p, soap, cundles, chocolate, cordials,
oil; nnd boxes of like size ■ - 2
a. sugar, en'c|i . - • #'
flesofeornj per 1000 • 25
fcs, the same as boxes. . T , T -’
1 of osnaburgs, Russia duck, bagging
canvas, each 1 - - 2
i of liquor or uny kind of. casks,’, ex
ceeding j3(i gallons - 16
pes, loose, per gross - - 26
p* pots, each
[dies of pans, spades,’ Sio.eftch 2
n, per 10tt bushels - - / 26
k es iiot'excedding 50(1 lbs. each 20
excceding.600 lbs. not exceeding
1200 lbs. * - - 35
I exceeding 12tX) lbs. * - 5p *
Sage of all xfrtds, per coil - 3
bp ovens with .covers, nnd lire dogs '
I per pair . - - 1
les of earthenware - . . V 8
[esc, per 100 lb's. - - 2
ri per cask 4
[irs, of 2 wheels - - 37
Is, of two wheels - - 25
ciagcs. of four wheels • < $ 1 00
lirs, Windsor andujl sitting chairs, per
I dozen - - - 12
lls, per ton • ■ - 12
hiiom under OOO.lbs. - • 25 ,
o. over 600, notbver 1200lbs 60
d» over 12tM) lbs. - $100
ibouses - -
ks, empty : •
lie, each • ‘ '/>
nijohns, each < P •
ks and chests of drawers
i Wood, per cord
», per quintal • - -
la of all descriptions (except in lings)
per 100 bushels - - 25
ipowdep, In libls. of 100 lbs. cnch 124
do. in half bids. - <>1
do. 'in kegs of 28 lbs. or under 3
[, window, per.lOO feet, in propor
tion for smaller ,-«&»• *• 4 k?
s. exceeding 130 gallons of liquor
or uny.kind of merchandize 15
. exceeding 63 nnd not exceeding
130 gallons • 8
rth tile, per 1000 - 26
ip, per pm 1)0
s, raw or tanned j per 100 - r >n
, loose, ncr 100 lbs. - - 25
in bundles, each %
pors of Merchandize, each » .
of 1’otuToes, each
t Jugs, each per dozen. - ,
per ton - -■ 25
of paint, butter, lard, luscuit, and
shot and lead over56 lbs. nolover
.600 lbs - . 6
liquors of n smaller size than 20
gallons < ' - - 2
Uer 1(10 bushels ! 80
cv barrel - . 4
r for plastering per 10QO *• 10
I, each - . 25 '
ns, per 100 bushels - 05
. in ropes, per'100 ropes . 124
iron, euch ... i
Apples, per 100 . *’ 124
toes per 100 bushel - 25
s of gin, brandy, and all kinds of li
quor, exceeding 63 gallons - 8
do. exceeding 130 gallons 15
ter casks of wine and other liquor;
dev excepted) and dry goons in
)ks exo6eding"20 gallons .not ex
•ding 63 gallons -
ns in jars. - . .
per 100 bushel? - l "..
etseach . „?/'
es, quern and grind, etteli
Bermuda, per Rio
large mill per pair
bast, and other stones, per ton
under 200 gnllons cacli
over 200 do -
1 be rej
iimndy, |miiv,niton of rum, and all
inils of liquor in cnsksexcei‘riiiig(>3,
mid 110I exceeding 130 gallons - 20
inrtqu, Ill's! ami lust week 50 cents,
intervening weeks - - 23
Every other article same as its wharfage.
icli 1)1)1. or hall lib. rice ■'StA'' 1 4
llhd. 01 tobacco or sugar - - 15
l’m knge of indigo - . - 8
Balcofeotton - - - x
Each draft ol light goods, under 100 lbs..61 ‘I'fij
<lo do do over li)0 lbs. 12^
do do heavy goods under 200 6.|
do do do over 2lK1 per 100 lbs 3
I or binding up tin: Bind'(0 anv part ofthccity,
rticlcs not herein enumerated, lor 1500 pounds
weight . f. : . 50 cunts.
Under 1500 lbs nnd not less than 100 37A
do tOOM do do do 500 25~
For a UHHi feet of Lumber SI 60
And every other article in the same proportion.
ARRANGEMENT jOF MAILS,
And regulations fur (he Post Office, Savon
nahj, Geo. January lsf, 1824.
Close every day at 6 a. m. Monday excepted.
Due do do do 61>. M. do do
By this route, a mail is made up evciy dny, ex
cept Mondavi for Codsnwhntcliie, Poe.alaligo,
Beaufort, Jacksonboro’ nnd Collins’ Cross Roads.
—all of which are closed the’ previous evening, dt
Georgia route to Augusta nud Hamburgh, de
part at 4, a. M.on Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day, via. Tuckaseeking, Jacksonboro’an d/VVayncs-
boro’, to Augusta and Hamburgh.
Hue on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 6
m. The closing of this mail, to Augusta, takgs
•plnce every Tm-duy, Thursday,an (I Sunday, ut fci,
p. >1. except the Intermediateoffees on the route,
thecliwingi.t u liii.li tal.i ■•. place at 7, P. m. on the
suine eventugs. From Waynesboro’., a weekly
mail dcpiiris every Monday, at 6, a. m. for Birds-
ville, Louisville, Shoals olOgcoqheeund Shevic’s
Mill to Fpivelton. Returning due every Sunday
evening, nl Waynesboro’ami ut Savannah every
Tuesday, at 6, p. m.
Carolina roate to Augusta and Hamburgh, close
on Tueiidsy. Thursday aiidSdturdny,at 6, AiM.and
<%'pui’twliliUio northern mail af 6, a. M. to l’urj-s-
Due on AVednesday, Friday and Sunday, nt 6,
p. m. By this route, a mail is made up caeli eve
ning before its .departure for Roberlsville, Mat
thews Bluff, Lower, Three Runs and F.our Mile
Branch. The ina.il between Charleston nnd Ham
burgh, goes direct through Purysbilrgh on those
days,, both up and down. Separate portmanteaus
“irovided for this'purpose, nt tlie offices of
d Augusta, wliu
es • .. ■»’*''
P euch . . ► , '
es of all kinds (rice excepted) over
under 63 gallons - ■ fi
1 s °i all kinds, under 4 feet square 4
do over 4 squares : . 6
or casks exceeding 130 gallons 11-
,1 H 1 ' °mi mercbumiize 15
bras| Hctto, lignum vita:, ami nil
« e Woods, per ton . . 05
id ;„ ,l C«! la P e w - - - 8
Tcrksh«^" so , f . 4 ,' v . he o. ls , (4 wheels) ,. 50
i n« ar r 1 V r oportion to the foregoing rates
oraclt xs not In he found under its name,
m which it is usually contained.
0,111 wharf snore than two nights, ..
I or ° <l “i*’* ^ nr "K e - unless landed on Sal
•J fn }y other evening immediately preceding
a y~ ln such cases to be removed on the second
°y thereafter, or be subject to storage
. ore O’
,f act 0
8 cents for the
11:and tbr each inter-
Eg^eok ..." J
tirW,s| M ’. w ' v . wck • • 20
is containing moro than 30'gal-
• °f sugar, molasses, Pipe of gin.
Drugs, Dve Stulls, Bottles &c.
CtlX Groce Porter Bottles
U 6 do Wine L’inf do
20 barrels Glaaber .’-alts
6 do I'opphros
3 do Ground Logwood
3 do Chipt do
2 do Alum
600 Bottles American cold pressed Castor Oil
6(Xl bottlOs West India do for plantation use
500 (billons Winter Sperm Oil ol Superior quab
For sale low by
LAY & HENDRICKSON,
, Chemists and Druggists
do 1000 Bricks
do cord of wood
'or every bale of cotton
do bid. of Rice
do hlid of Tobacco
do bbl of Flour
And every other article in tlmsame proportion;
for hauling down tim Blulf, or from one wharf'to
.mother exceeding 1500 lbs
Under 1500 ami qot less than 100 lbs
For each bale of cotton •
do bbl Rice - 1 >
do . lilid Tobacco
do bbl Flour
Magnesia, Balm of Quito, &c
^URE Calcined Mmntcsia.
Balm of Quito, Peruvian Bark
Riclls & LorHiards cut Tobacco ' .< ■,
Fig Blue, Opium, Arrow Root, kc. 81c.
Silver wire Teeth Brushes
Just received and for sale by
LAY k HENDRICKSON,
JVo. 1, Shads Buildings, Corner of Congress
A fresh supply of
Congress spring Water.
| A HE undersigned committee will receive pro-
L posnis for keeping in repair the city Clock,
until the first meeting of Council in Jnnuui-y next;
proposals for the same will be left with either of
tjic undersigned. GEORGE SHiCK, -
-I F‘,; • J. e. HABERSHAM,
sept 18 179
Register of Debates in Congress.
A CCORJDIlNGto an intimation herctoforcgiven
tlicre will be published at the Office of the
Nutional lutulligencer, during the noxt session of
Congress, nud,If encouraged by the approbation
of the Public, at every-session tncrenftcr, a RE
GISTER OF DEBATES IN CONGRESS, intend-
ed to compi'chend a more full Report of the Speech
es 011 topics of general • interest, in each House of
Congress,thiuiTuis ever heretofore been published,
or'tliun can be given to the Public through the or
dinary and limited channel, the coluiniisuf a news
paper. TJils compilation will be of the most _uu
tbcntic cast, printedyvith great regard to accuracy,
and in uform for durable preservation. .
Tliis undertaking is not of course intended to
substitute or supctcedc the Report* of Debates for
the National Intelligencer, but rather, by with
drawing the heavy and extended Reports from its
columns, to enable the Proprietors ot that Journal
to furnish, every day, in a comprehensive form,
intelligible Reports of the Proceedings and Dis
cussions in the day preceding, 011 botli Houses.
The “Ueoistfu’ Is necessarily an experiment,
but it is an experiment the success of which we
see no reason to doubt. Every one who takes an
interest in our political history, as well asalbthose
who engngein the duties of political life, must
have felt and lamented the want of a Record of
Debates in Congress, in 11’convenient form, with
indexes which,might lend the enquirer to anv sub
ject debated, nnd to the .name of anv one whoen'-
gagedin debate. Such a work w'outil bo an ele
mentary book for yonng politicians, und we have'
no hesitation in asserting that the possession of
such a one, from the commencement of the exist-
Charleston and Augusta, .Which meet each other ing government to this day, would be of imtnedsc
alue to the nation, were it only to shew whut has
(JlimTeslon and Augusta, which meet euch other
atl’urysburgh nnd are there shifted, thij) down (o
Charleston, the up to Augusta, this supercedes the
necessity of bringing that midi to Savannah at all
and thus expedites it twenty-four hours.
The mails for Miliedgeviile, in Georgia, via
Lombardy, Wm reiiton, Powelton, Sparta and De-
verba'ux’s store; also, to Alabama, (except the
northern part) and Mississippi states, and to jphe.
raw, in South Carolina, via Aiount Vintuge, Edge,
iiield, C. II. Ridge, Lncsvilie, Lexington, C. H
Columbia and Camden, to Ciicrawpvill close di.
reet on the Georgia side, on Sunday and Tuesduy,
af 7, r. m. nnd on the Curoliuu side on Fridny, nt
' 7 K,M. \ -’U - ■
The Athens mail, will also close direct on Sim
dny and Tliui sduy, ut 7 r. M. on the Georgia side
By this route, parkeis iorthe nortliern pnrt ofAle
bamR to 1 Iuntsvillo, 4-c. and West Tennessee, are
forwarded. 1 ,
The Carnesville mail,vlaDarby’sDoubleBrnncb,
Lincolnton, Goslion,’ l’ctcrsbiirgli, Cook’s Office
and ElJ)crlon’, \yill close 'direct on Thursday, at
7 r. m. on the Georgia.side. ( .
SOUTHERN OH DARIEN MAIL. !
Closc onU ednesila v and Saturday at 6, r. M.—
DuconTucsdny and Friday at' 7 p. Hi By this
route, the St: Murys mail goes direct’ 011 IVcdncs
day andis due direct on Tuesday.
Due every other Wednesday at 6, r. m.—Closo
even’ otlierTliursday, at 8, a. <L By this route
mails are made up for Statesboro’ ami Milfray, in
Bulloch county, Swanosborp!, in Emanuel, and
for Louisville iind Greensboro’.& *
TTic Post-Office is open every day in the week,
(Sunday exccpted,)'from day ligbttoB ; p. m, ftnd
Letters arc delivcredtlirougliout the day, except
frum 2 to 3 o’clock, r. m. and during tlic time of
opening and makhigup the mails.
Persons wisliing to pay postage when the office
is shut, cuji cncltjse the money with the letter, di
rected to ‘.‘The Post Master,” and tliosc who keep
accounts with the office, and,may desire thesiinie
are requested to say so on an envelope.
Wlien the mails which arc due on Saturday, ar
rive too late to be delivered that evening, the of
fice will lie kept Open oil Sunday morning from
8 to 9 o’clock, for the delivery only of the letters
receivod by those mails, i , ^
The inland postage id all letters, directed to lie
sent out of the United States, except to the Cana
das, must be paid wlien they are left ht the Office,
or they cnnnntbpiforwurdud.
V Letters'must'be left at the Post Office with
in the time specified, to insure going in the mail o
the day; und newspapers half an hour before that
time. As there are several places of the same
nuine in the United States, it is necessary tlirtt tlie
directions should be particular; the State should
be,distinguished, und when it miglit be, doiibttul,
Counties. When letters, arcnol lor a post towh
the nearest post town ought to lie mentioned.
( oimnittecs ot- t ouncil.
A LDERMEN BuUocli, Minis, Cumming.
STREETS ABIl LANES.' ’ '
—: Dcnslcr, Milieu, Wayne.
— Morrison, Sliick, Ghudrj'.
drv Culture. ,
— Wafmg, Bulloch, MCrrison.
HEALTH AND CEMETRV,
— Habersham, Jackson, Wuring.
-— Jackson, Dcnslcr, Milleti.
— Cumming, Minis, Wayne.
— Milieu, Gaudry, Dcnslcr.
EXCHANGE. ,, •
Sliick, Gaudry, Habersham
engines and rinif duckets.
Minis, Juckson, Alorrison.
■ Harris, Juckson.Cdmming.
HOOKS AND LADDERS,
— Wuyne, Habersham, Shick,
M. MYERS, c.C.
STATE OF NEW-YORK.
COLLEGE OFPHYSICIAA'Sand SUIIGEOXS.
City of Ni:w-Yohk, Aug. 26th, 182-1.
JTlIE College, of Physicians and Surgeons will
L commence their.Course of Lectures, for the
'ensuing session, on the first Monday of November
next, (tlto 2d,) at the College in Burclay-sircet. •
Dr. llosACK, 011 tlic 'theory and Practice of
Physic,and Clinii it M’dicine.
Dr. Mac.nevEN, on Chemistry.
Dr. Mitchell, on Botany and Materia Medica
Dr. Post, on Anatomy.
Dr. Mott, on Surgery.
Dr. Francis, on Obstetrics and the Diseases of
Women and Child run'. ’ -fj
The Board of Trustees iicreby make it known,
that, in conformity with the ordinances of tlic
Honorable the Regents of the University, and the
laws of the StatoofNew York, every Student is
required to attend two full courscsof’ihe Lectures
delivered in this College before lie can be admit
ted as a candidate for tlic Doctorate; unless said
Student slinll liavepreviousiyattcnded Lectures in
said College prior to the session of 1822-3, or shall
have attended an entire Course of Lectures deliv
ered in some respectable School or University.
The Candidate must, ulso, have studied Medicine
three years witli some respectable practictioncr,
liuve arrived at the age of twenty-one years, nnd
it is expected that he produce written testimony in
relation to those several points.
• The Matriculation Ticket is live dollars, which
entitles the holder to theusoofthc College Library
for the year.
W RIGHT POST, M.D. President.
JOHN W. FRANCIS, M. D. Registrar.
oct 2 1.184
BY AUTHORITY. ——
La Fayette I lats.
I’HE subscriber Ims just received per
diijis Cotton Plant,Einperorund other
u’rivals, part of liis tall supply of lints
4 cases gentlemen’s beaver La Fayette Hats
Gentlemen's fine and super, elastic water proof
do castor do
1 do imitation beaver do
do for,mi do
liicli are offered on the most accommodating
terms for cti-li or approved paper.
•' 'I m i-.i’.n/.ie,
sept 21 180 Norlli side Market-square.
k? JY/Y pieces first quality 42 incTi Russia liemp
1 3D 1 V? Cotton Bagging, for sale liy
I rtO revive, amend und continue in force an
X net entitled un act, to -extend to lime ofla-
kiiig out grants on surveys made on head rights
and bounty warrants.
Be it enncled by the Senate and tionse of Re
presentatives of tlic state of Georgia, in General
Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the
uulhorily of the same, That where any person oir
E ersons" have heretofore had surveys made on
cad rights thereon have not been obtained, it
shull and inuy be lawful for such person or per
sons to apply for and obtain such grant or grants;
at any time previous to tlic 23th of October,
1824, oil payment of the usual fees.
Sec 2 A'nii lie it further enaetet) by the author
ity aforesaid, That where any surveys have here
tofore been made on head rights or bounty war-
rents, and grants tfieroon have not been obtained
shell land shall not be subject to a resurvey un-
til three months from and utter the person or
persons claiming under the original survey shall
liuve been notified that such ro-survey is intend
ed to he made, and that in all cases, the persons
claiming under the original survey, slinll be en
titled to the preference of making such rc-sur-
vey, until the expiration of three months from
the time of such notification : and in the event of
there being no claimant residing on or near tlic
land to be thus resurveyod, suen notice shall be
perfected by giving three months notice by pub
lic advertisement, at the Court House of the
Ipunty wlierC such land may lie, and in one of
lie public Gazettes/pf this State.
Sen 3 And be it further enacted, That it shall
be the duty of all surveyors who shall make any
Midi re-survey, to certijy on his return to tlic sur
veyor General, that din: notice according to the
heretofore been said upon questions which
continually recurring for discussion, and proi
ing needless cbnstiinption pf time by superfluous
debate. Wiiat is trite of the years that have past,
will, as soon as they arc gone*, be eipiully true of
those ip which wC live.
It is not only,’therefore, as a vehicle of present
iriformatidn, but also as a book fortViture reference
—asaNutional PoliticalRcnositoiy and Text-Book
that we hope tliis work will be both useful and
popular. (. •-
From the lowness off- the subscription to this/
work, it will be seen that it is no' part of our
culution to realize any present profit ’from it.
the contrary, we shall, in all probability, lose
neyby it for a year or two, hoping that there
its established character Wili ensure it a sului
patronage to make it profitable.
GALES St SEATON;
Washington, Seplembqr,^1824. . ’
lion of GALES St SEATON’S RE-
DEBATES LN CONGRESS will
commence aS Won- ns the Debates at each suc
cessive Session of Congress shall afford materials
to fill a half sheet,(8 pages.) - r.Agr ‘
The. work will.be printed in the octavo form, on
a super royal paper, made for tlic purpose, and 011
a brovier type,in doiible columns—each page com
prising ittsnrjy. as, much matter us one of the co
lumns of the National Intelligencer.
It will contain as foil and uccurute Reports as , "'P "'““'."'"V
can be obtained iff all Debates on main questions, Calvin Baker, and Moses Herbert )
yided, nothing in this act shall affect the rights of
’orphans Ol' persons under the ago of 21 years,
and that nlrsuch persons shall be allowed one
year glter they'arrive ut the age of 21 years to
take out their grants. '
Sec 4 And be it further, enacted, Tliut it shall
be the duty of the Governor to euuse this act to
lie published in one of‘the newspapers in Mii-
Iqdgevilie, Augusta arid Savunnali, once in each
aiolith, until thp expiration of tbe time appointed
by tlie samp Tor taking out. grants.
Sed 6 And be it lurther enacted, that all laws,
und parts’ of laws militating against this net he
and’the skme are hereby repealed.
Speaker of the house of representatives
rresidenfof tlie Senate.
.UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, >
DISTRICT OF GEORGIA. J
and of nil interesting Debates on incidental ques-.
" ’BiMiiii " of ’
tidhs; with an Appendix, containiiig u list of the
Members of encli House, the Yeas and Nays in
eacli House on questions which have been the:
subject of Debate, such Documents, connected G
With the subjects of Debate, us may be deemed
essential to enable the reader to comprehend
them, and proper indexes to,the whole.
Tlic Debates of the next Session, it is computed,
will, with thc'Appendix, make a volume L of five
hundred pages, at least; and will be furnished to
subscribers through the Post Office, in sheets, as
published, (or reserved at tjiis Office, at the sub
scriber’s option,) at tHree dollars for the vol
ume, be it more or l[ess, to be paid in advance in all
cases of transmission beyond the limits of the city.
The sheets will be transmitted as completed,
without regard to any particular days, as thd pub
lication must of course be regulated by the prepar
ation of the raattci'of which it is to be composed.
The subscription will in no case, unless within
the city, find not then unless specially indicated,
be understood to extend beyond the volume ac
tually paid for in advance. ,
To non-subscribers the price will be four dol
lars, boundin boards.fprthe volume now announc
The Debates of the Session of Congress follow
ing the next, and of the first Session of every Con
gress,'will, it is supposed, fill about one thousand
pages, or perhaps more, making one very large
voluine, or two of a handsome size—the first Ses
sion of each Cqngress being neafly double the du
ration oftbe second. The price of the Register
for tlie first Session of each Congress, be its con- Sl, ‘
tents more orlcssthau 1000 pages, will be fixed at
five,dollars to subseribers, and six to non-subscri
bers/’,’ ' ; ’ . ”
Oct 12 188
Ten Dollars Reward.
R UNAWAY from the subscriber about the first
of the present month, my mulatto negroj wo
man PEGGY. She is, 25 years of ago, abc^it £
feet 6 inches high, square built, when spoken to.
talks very quick, bends much forward wlien she
walks; she is very artful und sensible, and no
doubt will endeavor to puss us a free woman. The
above rewurd and all expellees paid for her dp-
livery to me in Greensboro’, or $10 if secured in
any mil in tliis stute so that I cun get her.
’ V. P. KING.
QT The Editors of the Augusta Chronicle and
Savannah Republican, are requested to give tlie
ubovei two'insertions and forward their accounts
Y. P. K.
oct 12 I8p
Assented to Dec. 21823.
G, M. TROUP,
(ETThe foregoing tq be published mohlhlyj un-
Nq’w, next, in the “ Constitutionalist’’ und
tit U „
Schooner Marthq.Forbes und f
To the Marshal of the District of Georgia—
L. S. GEO. GLEN, Clerk.
W HEREAS a libel bath been exhibitedin be
iiujf of Qalvih Baker and Moses Herbert in
the District Court of the United States, for tlie
District of Georgia, alledging and jironounding-
that the schooner Vexation, commanded by one
Lee, fitted and sent out by tjie said libel
lants at the Port of Savannah; to go iri search of
vessclsin distress, did fall in with a certain schoon
er called the Martha Forbes, in a state of great
distress and having no living person on board, lu
den with a cargo of dry goods, and groceries
p hicli schooner called tlie Martha Forbes, run on
shore 011 Cumberland Beach, in the District afore
said: And whereas it has been ordered, tlmt all
persons having or pretending to hrive, any light
title/or interest, ol, in or to the said Sciiooner
)ier tackle and apparel, and the cargo laden or
board-of her, be cited to be, and appear at the
Court House in tlie City of Savannah, on the iw.en
ty-sixth day of October, tosliew cause, if any they
have, qr can, why 11 decree should not pass ,as.
rayed by the said libel. You are llierefoiu lieie-
jy authorized, impowered, und strictly enjoined
to cite and admonish all persons, whatever, haying
■ or pretending to have, any right, title, interest
claim iri.orto tlipsaid schooner, her tackle, iq ,
rel, anij furnittire, and the cargo laden on board of
tor, to be, und.appear, at the time and place,afore
‘R. WILLIAM TURNER; having
M l ■■
tlie siibscrihers all Ills stock In tiv
4-c. in behoof of his creditors generally, it is re
quested that those indebted make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims will please render'
mem to Mr. Thomas Miller, who is appointed
their agent to dispose of tlie stock, which com-,
prises a general assortment of
Seasonable Dry Goods,
nnd which will be sold, wholesale or retail at ve
ry reduced prices, for cash only.
’ JAMES M-IIEMtY.
JOHN H. REID,
' r GEORGE RKLPH,
Assignees of Win Turner.
i| ril 14 f, n
fgHIE stork of DRY GiJUDS, wilii’li I'-nnierly
X belonged to Mr. William Turner, is nows
ling off at prices much under cost.
upril 16 88
General Drug f C beinical&Fani i ly
Medicine Ware 11 OllSC.
LAY Y HENDRICKSON,
Wholesale and RetailClicmists and DruggiT
A*o. 1. Shad's Buildings, Corner of Congress and
Whitaker Streets, Sunntunh.
U AVE constantly on hand a very general us
sortmenl of ■ f 1
DYE STUFF9 AND PAINTS,
PERFUMERY, t'j’U. (Jj’C.
Agrent variety of Apatiiecaries Glass Ware such
us wide and uarrow mouth bottles, from 1 gallon
to one ounce,composition und glass mortars, glass
lanipsand lamp glasses, smclliugs bottles, gradua
ted measures, Apothecaries vials white and green.
Surgeons InstrumeiUs—l’ockel sets, turnkeys,
trusses, spring anil thumb iuuces, forceps, satalas,
bougies, catheters, scales and weights, V--r.
• Patent Medicines—of every description, viz
Seidlitz and Soda Powders, balm of Quito, eal-io
ed magnesia, Lees, Andersens, and Hoopers Pills,
Swaiins Panacea, Balsam Honey, Batemans and
Churches Cough Drops, Itch ointment, 4*c.
All of which are offered lor sale oii the most
liberal terms for casli or credit.
tD 4 L.i-H. Having enlarged their Establish
meet and Laving made such arrangements as to
be continually receiving a fresh supply of goods,
flatter themselves that none qf the kiudin this city,
can oiler greater inducements to dealers. Tlie
Merchant, the Planter, and tlie Physician, can
hero be supplied with almost every article in tlic
Drug line, as their assortment will be found exten
sive and j (ifthe best quality, under no considera
lion whatever will tlie side of impure or adulter
ted articles be promoted. The utmost care will
be used in tlie selection of good Medicines an
will be sold nt a moderate profit. It is upon these
principles alone thatthey will endeavor to secure
patronage. All orders promptly executed.
The Georgia Patriot, und Darien Gazette, will
please to give tliis mlvertiseineutsix iiiscrlionsand
forward their bills for payment.
sept 28 182 - ' ’ -
'■Q±A James Morrison,
W ILL be found in future at his offico over
the counting roopi of Calvin Baker,
ept 18 179
H AS just finished and offers for'sale, ini eight
oared CANOE BOAT, 25 feet by 4 feet 3
inches, which Lc cun recommend to those who
Wish a bout for quick passage.
F. E. TEBEAU.
july 22 154
ST i-LiC NOTARY.
T HE subscriber’s 'health being now sufficient
to attend to business, solicits from his tricuds
their patronage in the notarial business.
sep 18 r.il79
J. fSiiinn’s Panacea.
r HE subscribe! 1 , having discovered the com
position of Sivaim's celebrated Panaeea,
lias now n supply mi hand for sale—lie has redu
ed tlie price lrom $3 30 to $2 50, or by the do
All charitable institutions in the United States,
lid till: poor will be supplied gratis.
1/' t!i <■ citizens of the principal cities and towns
will appoint an agent to order arid distribute this
Medicine to tin: poor, it will lie supplied.
Tills Medicine, is celebrated for the cure of tlie
Bowing diseases) ScoTfula or King’s Evil. Ul-
erated or Putrid Sore Throat, long standing
Rheumatic ntleettons, Cutaneous Diseases. White
Swelling and Diseases of till! Bones, and all eas-
UBl’ally of tin Ulcerous character, and Chro
nic" Diseases, generally arising in debilitated con-
tilutions, but more especially from Syphilis or
nffcqtious arising therefrom; Ulcers in the larynx, .
1 tlie dreadful disease's occasioned by a
long and excessive use of Mercury, -yc. It is al
so used In Diseases of the Liter.
■uWjlSW’ ti.i: nrtcjiis,
I hays within tlie lust two years hail mi opport
unity of seeing several oases of very inveterate
Ulcers, which having resisted previously the re-
ulnr modes of tn-iitnient, were healed by tliensi)
of Mr. Stirtiim’s Panacea, and 1 do Believe, from
what 1 have seen, that it will prove an important
ly in Scrofulous,. Venereal and Mercurial
diseases. N. CHAPMAN, M. D.
Professor of the Institutes nnd Practice of Physic,,
in the L'nin rsily of Pennsylvania, jf ■ 1
1 have employed the Panacea ol Mr. Swaim in
imerous instances, within tin- last three years;
id liuve always found it extremely efficacious
ibOclally in secondary SWihilrs, and Mercurial
Diseases. 1 liuve no hesitation in pronouncing it
Mediciiie of inestimable value.
U \V GIBSON. M. D.
Professor of Surgery to the University of Pmn.
JOHN SllI'-i.N, Chemist.
Philadelphia, Afor. 17, 1823.
Each' publisher of a newspaperin the U* Stntes,
is requested to publish tliis advertisement once a
month, for one year, arid send their accounts foi‘
S/1 INN'S PAN ACE Al
T have been till louring tinder a disease foralorig
time, as swelling in the Hones, loss of appi-tito,losa
i and lo-s ot -lenp. Noticing an advertise
ment of Swaim’s Panacea, to be a cure for tlie
above disease, i got some by paying tlie cash lor
it, and found a great benefit by it- But having no
thing but my labor to depend on for a living, and •
not being able to work for a long time, got so that
I was not utile to pay for it. Some months after
this, t heard of a Mi’. Shinn's having made a Pa
nacea, slated to be the same as Mr. Sivaim’s, I ap
plied to him and st ated luy case and circumstances
and found liim disposed to benefit me. lie guve
the medicine freely, and saidi might pay ior it
whenever I got able.; and I found, by taking the
une quantity, us much benefit by it as by Mr.
.. V \iiii
1 have given tliis certificate for tlie benefit of
there that should stand in need of Shinn’s Pana
cea, and consider it u very Valuable medicine.
Duke-street nenr Front, Northern Liberties.
Philuddlphiu, April 20,1824.
Philadelphia, April2l, 182-1.
I certify that 1 have been for many years afflict
ed with rheumotUm; Above five years ago, I
was attended by a tespectable Physician of this
city, wlio put me under a course of mercury, since
which lime I have been worse ; my disorder hav
ing been accompanied by severe painstlirougli niy
wholb system. And lust winter iny right leg was
much swelled, nnd so much contracted, .that l,
could scarcely put my toes to the ground,mid was
obliged to walk with a crutch. In February last
1 bought some of .1. Shinn’s Panacea, and after
taking three bottles, find that 1 uni free from pain,
and that my leg is restored to its natural "so.
I am induced to make tliis public for the benefit.-
of tko afflicted*
CH AS. BARI AS.
Philadelphia, April 17. 1828.
Tliis will certify that im sun,.John Humes, uged
40 years, was confined last winter ill the AJmS4
house in this city, with rheumatism in, his shoul
ders and arms. 1 applied to .I, Shinn for some o(
his Panacea, and obtained one bottle, which- en
tirely removed his complaint. Hu hiis removed
to tlie country, otherwise he would have signed
ANN C. HUMES,
mark; y '
Piiii.ADRi.run, March lOtli, 1824.
I certify, for the benefit oftbe afflicted, tlml f
have been, for seven years Inst past, afflicted Willi
the liver complaint, during which time l have beOri
attended by several physicians, hut received no
id; and also to attend upon every sesjon and ses
sions to bo held,there and from thereuntil a defi
nitive sentence shall be read ahd promulgated in
the said business inclusively, if any of them shall
think it their duty so to do, to hear abide by and
perform all and singular,?uch judicial acts as are
necessary and by law required to be done and ex
pedited in the premises; and further to do and re
ceive wimtqntolawandjustice shull andnppertain,
under the, pain of the law anil contempt thereof,
the absence and contumacy of mem and every of
them in any wise notwithstanding: And whatsoe
ver you shall so do in the premises you shall duly
certify to tlie Court aforesaid, at the time aud
plnce aforesaid, together with these presents. •
YVitncs the Hon. Jeremiah Cuyler, Jud»c of the
sujd Court tliis first day of October one thousand
eight hundred and twenty-four.
, JiS» PELOTj
Proctor proi lib<
All parties interested will take due uoticei •
JOHN IL MOKV.hj a,-R,d,
oct 3 184
SEW Aj\D ENLARGED EDITIONS' OF THE
TNthe press nnd wili be published in October or
X November next, at the Recorder Office, a new
nnd enlarged edition of tlie
The improvements in tliis very useful book, are
briefly noticed ip the following extracts from the
preface of the new edition :—
“ Several years have elapsed since tlie publica
tion of the Georgia Justice, dflrthg Which time
there has-been additional legislation upon many
of-tlie subjects contained in it. In tlie present e-
dition, such alterations as were rendered necessa
ry by subsequent.enactments, have bceri made the
additional matter incorporated, and several omis
sions in the original work supplied.
“Mr.Princes Digest being, now in general use,
references thereto have:been substituted for those
which were heretofore made to Marbury Craw
ford’^ and Clayton’s Digests, and tlie annual pam
phlets containing the laws of the state. A copious
index has also been' furnished and tlie work
is submitted to the public, Under abelief that its
acknowledged utility wili be found to be increas
ed by tlie foregoing circurilstances.”
KP The price ol the book, neatly bound, iri Calf
wi)l be Fivo Dollars; payable on 'delivery. Any
.person paying for twentyicbpies willbe entitled to-
twenty two, and in that proportion for a Smaller
number.—Subscription papers will lie furnished
. to geiitleme'ii-,whq. may be willing to take charge
. V Tlie dlfterentmewspapers in this state, will
please give tlie foregoing un insertion.
Miliedgeviile, August 30.
sept 23 182
G EORGIA, Chatham County.—\Vlio(’ei:s Mar
tha Wilkins, of Chatham county, Spinster,
bn? applied to tlie honorable the Justices of the
Inferior. Court of Chatham County acting as a
Court of Ordinary for letters of guardianship on
the person nnd property of Elizabeth Joanna
Yonge ail orphan undereleveii years ofi-.go, the
daughter of William C Yonge, fieeeased,
Nim’ tliese are therefore to cite and admonish
all persons interested in the welfare of the’ said
oi'iihan to file their objections, if any they have
to the granting of letters of guardianship aforesaid,
in the Clerk’s'DlEce of the Court of Ordinary, on
or before the first Monday in November next,, o-
tlionvise letters of guardianship will be granted to
.Witness, the lion. John P, Williamson one of the
Justices of the liiferior Court of said County, this
second day of October, 1824.
8. Mi BOND, c. c. oi
I'lcrmam-m I ii-.u’i:i_ of .Mr. Sc.-.-iu’s !'a-
micea, I applied to him for some of it;, being poor
and unable to pay for it ut the time, for it at tlie
could not obtain any. I next applied to J. Shinn,
nefitted me. The pain and soreness nl my side was
ciiioycd, and 1 was again able to Work atmy trade.
* ’ CHARLES BOWMAN,
’ ' German Street, Southwark.
This is to certify,that my apprentice boy J. Mor
rison, aged 18 years, lias been several years afflic
ted with tile 1 King’s evil, attended xvith an exten
sive ulceration over the body, with acute pain. In
January lust, I heard of J. Shinn’s Panacea, und
obtained for him three bottles, which effected ml
entire and complete cure, and lic.is now. in good
health, and able to work at his trade.
Front street, above Poplar lane.
This is to certify, that on the Ifitli of .April. ib‘-
above named John Morrison appeared before nn-,
and’on examination, do believe theTaito, as i fated
in tlie above cerlificate, are just nnd true.
Justice qfthe Peace, Phiiadctpliid-county.
I Certify, that 1 have, been afflicted with rheuma
tism in lUy shoulder for tliree years, from which I
have been relieved by tukjng’a fow bottles of.I.
Shinn’s PanaWu. ■’
JAMES DOUfU ASS, of tko
Just received per. sliip Florida, tlie palobrateil
FA.NACEA, prepared, by Jolin Shinn, Clmmist,
Philadelpliia^vlio ImS-appoinled the subscriber,
agentfor-Saxmnal) aridits vicinity. .The-Pimr.cea
will be soldat the l’fedjiced prjpe ojj $2 50 cents
per bottle,'or $24 pel’dozen.
WM, C. CUTI1BERT, Agent.
Chatham Superior Court.
. >' ' May Tkiim, 1824,
G EORGE Jolmston nnd others. Complainants
rs Peter Vnnburgli Livingston and others,
defendants, in equity in the Superior court,-of
Chnlhnm county, May term, 1824.
It appearing to the Court by affidavit that Pe
ter Vanburgh Livingston nnd'Harriet' E. Living
ston, who are parties defendant rcsi.de beyond the
.state ofGcorgia, and within the United States on
motion of complainants solicitor, it is ordered that
the said defendant do respectively appear nndnu-
■swer the complaints bill within four months from
lie date of tliis rule. And is furl,her ordered Hint
Tliis rule lie published once a week during four
raonthsfrom tliis date in one of tlie public Gazettes
of (ins Stall , ' r *"
Extract from the Minutes.
A. B. FANNIN, Clerk