Tc nT'miMFJ&E, STORAGE, DRAY-
gK WEIQUW. V* SAVAKMAII,
mX Jnn - 1834 > nud now 5n operu,lon '
,cis under 100 tons, perday J®. cenLl
b.trTon LwUng ««* ftfpW toW'Jry Pro
r-’' 6 duce.
coch barrel or half do Rico
l bale Cotton ■ *
I loot) feet of Lumber
1 inoO staves *
1000 shingles *•
, jotH) rccus
1000 hoop poles
1()0 bushels of corn, and grain of pli
kind, in bulk • ‘ §5
100 bushels bmc m bulk _ JO
lightwood or other posts, per ^
ftjfet on Landing mid Shipping G*»# v
rofa sinull size, each • M tents
fiOOlbs. and upwards • *»
1200 do • ‘ "a
k of coffee, pimento, sugar, and all
other bags of such size, (grain ex
•.nt.laiU *nch * *
o? wines, nnd all kinds of liquor
(cider excepted) dry goods in
casks exceemng 20 gallons, and
not over 83 gu linos * -
i. wines or liquors and dry goods
in casks under 20 gallons -
is of dry goods,nndall kinds ol boxes
under 4 feet square * *
do do over 4 foot square 0
i.soap, candles, chocolate, cordials,
oil, nnd boxes of like size *. 2
i. sugar,each * * *®
les of c6rn, per 1000 • 25
i, the same as boxes,
of osnaburgs, Russia duck,bagging
canvas, each • • 2
of liquor or any kind of casks, ex
ceeding 130 gallons • 15
..j, loose, per gross • - 25
ter pots, each , - ■ •
idles of puns, spades, be. each
n,pcrloohusnels - - 26
lies not exceeding COO lbs* each
exceeding 000 lbs. not exceeding
exceeding 1200 lbs.
hinge of all xinds, per coil *
ip ovens with covers, nnd fire dogs
ites of earthenware • • .
>ese, per 100 lbs.
o per cask •
iirs, of 2 wheels • •
is, of two wheels
riages, of four wheels * $1 00
>, wihtlsoi andall sitting chairs, per
dosen - • '
, per ton •
inoas udder 600 ll>«.
over 600, not over 1200 lbs
over 1200 lbs.
tie, each * .
fits and chests of drawers
c Wood, per cord
i of nil descriptions (except In bogs)
, per 100 bushels
ppowder, In bbls. of 100 lbs. each
do. in half bbls.
do. lu kegs of 28 lbs. or under
, window, per 100 feet, In propor
tion for smaller - - 't
i. exceeding 130 gallons of liquor
or aiiy kind of merchandize 16
exceeding 03 and not exceeding
It tile, per 1000 .
. , per ton . ■
les, raw or tnnned, per 100
loose, per 100 lbs.
in bundles, each
npers of Merchandize, each
o. ofl’ota»oes, each
f °r Jqgi, each per dozen > .
|s of paint, butler, lard, biscuit, and
f such size kegs .
p ®hot and lead over 56 lbs. not over*’
I 500 lbs . 5
| liquors of a smaller size than 20
|e, per loo bushels *
F per banal
lis for plastering per 1000
Ions, per 100 bushels
, in ropes,per 100ropes.
Apples, per 100
otoesper 100 bushel •
Ds of brandy, and all kinds ofil-
qunr, exceeding 63 gullons
' do - , exc ? edin 6 130 gallons
r . , c asks of wiue and other liquor,
utlcr excepted) and dry goods in
sms in jars • . j
per 100 bushels . . .
nes. nuern and grind, each ' .
° Bermuda, per 100 * -
“ '“rge mill per pair .
over 200 do - .
Is or casks t ’• - ’ ® ■
ismM fWRm »
brandy, puncheon of rum, nnd nil
kinds of liiiuor in casksexcecdiugC3,
und not exceeding 130 gallons - 20
Iron per ton, first und lust week 60 cents,
intervening weeks - * 25
Every other article same as its wharfage*
Each bbl. or half bb. rice f 6
Hhd. of tobacco or sugar • • 15
I’nckage of Indigo • • -8
Rule of cotton * - -6
Each draft of light goods, under 100 11m. 6
do do do over lot) lbs. 12
do do heavy goods under 200 6]
do do do over 200 per 100 lbs 3
f» “» article jjfijjr," ZV T J^fgomg ra
the package it. Pf/ ounti 'undcr its nm
iaods lying o„ „ J* ' 13 "Malty contained,
abject to a week’, !? r f more Man two nights,
a y, or ago other ,0 f n R e . unless landed on Sal-
oil,hy—i n SUch immediately preceding
bmg day thereof u? ?' 5 On the second
re. m, or be subject to storage as
« ST °KAGE.
1st aid'last week nnd f Pnta for tho
mine W nJ'' Dck nn dforea<
tobacco per week
>ns UlSk C ° n,tunit >g more than 30giil.‘
i 1 !. of sugar,
. For hauling up the Bluff to any part ofthe city,
articles not herein enumerated, ior 16UO pounds
weight 00 cents
Under 1500 lbs and not less than 10O 374
do 1000 do do do 600 25
Fora 1000 feet of Lumber 3160
do 1000 Bricks - - I 60
do cord of wood • • 150
For every bole of cotton - - 8
do bbl. or ltlce - . 18|
do hhd of Tobacco - - 374 •
do bbl of Flour - . . G.|
And every other article in the same proportion;
for hauling down the Bluff, or from one wl»«rf to
nnother exceeding 1500 lbs - 374 cts.
Under 1500 mid not less thuu 100 lbs 25
For each bale of cotton
do bbl Hice
do hhd Tobacco
do bbl Flour
And every other article in the same proportion.
ARRANGEMENT OF MAILS*
And regulations for the Post Office, Savan
nah, Geo. January 1st, 1824.
Close every day at 6 a. h. Monday excepted.
I)uc do do do 6 r. si. do 1 do
By this route; a mall ismnde up every day, ex
cept Monday, for Coosawlintcliie, Pocataligo,
Beaufort, Jacksonboro’ and Collins’ Cross Roads
—oil of Which arc closed the previous evening, at
7 p. M.
Dr. A. DE LAROCHE.
Opposite the Erchange, Savannah. -
fS constantly receiving fresh supplies of gen-
FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 5, 1824.
DRUGS) AND MEDICINES,
selected for Country Merchhnts and Physicians,
which he will sell lor cush or upproved credit ut
the lowest City price.
SULPHATE of QUIN IN A. f
oct 16 IPO
Medicine Ware House!
LAY <Sf HENDRICKSON,
Wholesale and Retail Chemists and Druggists
JYb. 1. Shad’s, liuildings, Comer of Congress and
IVhilaker Streets, Savannah.
H AVE constantly on hand u very general as
DYE STUFFS AND FAINTS,
PBRFUMERY, SfCe fyc.
A great variety of Apothecaries Glass Ware such
as wide and narrow mouth bottles, from 1 gallon
to one ounce,composition and gluss mortars, glass
lampsandlump glasses, smeltings bottles, gradua
ted measures, Apothecaries vials white and green.
Surgeons Instruments—Pocket sets, turnkeys,
trusses, spring and thumb lances, forceps, sutulas,
bougies, catheters, scales and weights, q-e. fyc.
Patent Medicines—of every description, via:
Seidlite nnd Soda Powders, balm of Quito, calcin
ed magnesia, Lees, Andersons, and Hoopers Pills,
Swuims Paiiacea, Balsam Iloney, Batemans and
Churches Cough Drops, Itch ointment, ^c.
All of Which are offered for sale on the in
liberal terms for cash or credit.'
Dj” L.A-H. Having enlarged their Establish
meet and having made such arrangements as to
Georgia route to Augusta and Hamburgh, de
port at 4, a. Mi on Monday, Wednesday, und Fri
day, via. Tuckoseeklng, Jacksonborolond Waynes
boro’to Augusta and Hamburgh.
Due on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 6
r. M. The closing of this mail, to Augusta, tukes
placo every Tuesday, Thursday,and Sunday, at 8,
p. m. except the intermediate offices on the route,
the closing of which takes place at 7, P. si. on the
same evenings. From Waynesboro’, o weekly
mail departs every Monday, at 6, a. h. for Birds-
ville, Louisville, Shonls ot Ogeccheo and Shevir’s
Mill to Poweltom Relurnihe due every Sunday
cvmmig, at Waynesboro’ anu at ShVunnah every
Tuesday, at 6 ( r. rt.
Carolina route to Augusta and Hamburgh, close
on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdny,at 6, a. m. nnd
depart With the northern mail at 6, a. m. to Parys-
Due on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, at 6,
m. By this route« a mall is made Up each eve
ning before its departure for Robertsville, Mat
thews Bluff, Lower Three Runs and Four Mile
Branch. The mail between Charleston und Ham
burgh, goes direct through Fiirysburgh on those
days, both up und down. Separate portmanteaus
arc provided lor tills purpose, at the offices of
Charleston and Augusta, ivhicli meet each other
atPurysbiirgh and ore there shifted, the down to
Charleston, the up to Augusta, this supercedes the
necessity of bringing tlint mail to Snvunnahat ail,
arid thus expedites it twenty-four hours. 1
The mails for Mlllodjcvillc, ip Georgia, via
Lombardy, Warrenton, Powelton, Sparta and De-
vcrcaux’s store; also, to Alubama, (except the
northern part) und Mississippi states, and to Che*
raw, in South Carolina, via Alount Vintage, Edge*
(Held, C. If. Ridge, Lccsvillc, Lexington, C. H.
Columbia and Camden, to Cheraw, will Close di
rect on the Georgia side, on Sunday and Tuesday,,
at 7, p. m. arid on the Carolina side on Friday, at
7 p. M.
The Athens mail, will also close direct on Sun
day and Thursday, at 7 p. m. on the Georgia side.
By this route, packets tor the northern part of Ala
bama to Huntsville, fyc. and West Tennessee, arc
The Carnesvillc mail,viaDarby’sDouble Branch,
Lincolnton, Goshen, Petersbrirgli, Cook’s Ofiico
and Elbcrton, will close direct on Thursday, at
7 p. Mi on tho Georgia side, t
SOUTHERN OR DARIEN MAIL.
Close on Wednesday and Saturday at 6, p. m.—
Due on Tuesday and Friday at 7 r. m. By this
route the St. Marys mail goes direct on Wednes
day and is due direct on Tuesday.
Due every other Wednesday at 6, r. m.—Close
every other Thursday, at 8, a. m. By this route
mails are made up for Statesboro’ and Mitlray, in
Bulloch county, Swancsboro’, in Einunucl, and
for Louisville and Greensboro’.
be continually receiving a fresh supply of goods,
flatter themselx’esthat none of the kinuinthis city,
can offer greater inducements to dealers. The
Merchant; the Planter, and the Physician, can
hero be supplied with almost every urticle in the
Drug line, as their assortineut will be foundexten-
s|ve and of the best qualify, under no considera
tion whatever will the sale of impure or adultera
ted articles be promoted. The utmost care will
be used in the selection of good Medicines and
will be sold at a moderate profit. It is upon these
principles alone tlmtthey will endeavor to secure
patronage. All orders promptly executed.
The Georgia Patriot, and Darien Gazette, will
please to give this advertisement six insertions and
forward their bills for payment
sept 28 182
Register of Debates in Congress.
A CCORDINGto an intimation heretofore given,
there will bo published at the Office of the
National Intelligencer, during the next session of
Congress, and, if encouragod by the approbation
of the Public, at every session thei ‘
reafter, a RE
GISTER OF DEBATES IN CONGRESS, intend
ed to comprehend a more full Report of the Speech
es on topics of general interest, in each House of
Congress,than has ever heretofore been published,
or thud can be given to the Public through the or
dinary and limited channel, the columnsof a news-
laper. This compilation will be of the most nu
:hentic cast,printed xvith great regard to accuracy,
and in a form for durable preservation.
This undertaking is riot of course intended to
substitute or supercede the Reports ofDebntcsfor
the National Intelligencer, but rather, by with
drawing the heavy and extended Reports from its
columns, to enuble the Proprietors of that Journal
to furnish, every day, in a comprehensive form,
intelligible Reports of the Proceedings and Dis
cussions in the day preceding, on both Houses.
The “Register" is necessarily an experiment,
but it is an experiment the success of which we
sec no reason to doubt. Every one who takes an
interest in out- political history, ns well asall those
Who engage in the duties of political life, ralist
have felt and lamented the want of a Record of
Debates in Confess, in a convenient form, xvith
indexes which might lead the enquirer to any sub.
ject debated, and to the name of any one whoen-
gaged in debate. Such a work would lis an ele<
mentury book for young politicians, and we have
no hesitation in asserting that the possession of
such a one, from the commencement of tho exist
ing government to this day, would be of immense
due to the nation, Were it only to Shew what has
heretofore been 'said upon questions xvliich are
continually recurring for discussion, and produc
ing needless consumption of time by superfluous
debate. What is true of the years that have past,
will, ns soon as they are gone, be equally true of
those in xvliich we live.
It is not only, therefore, as a vehicle of present
information, but also as a book Tor future reference
—asa National Political Repository and Text-Book
that xve hope this xvork xvill be both useful and
The Post-Office is open ex’erj’day in the week.
(Sunday excepted,) from day light to'8 r. m. ami
Letters are delivered throughout the day, except
from 2 to 3 o’clock, r. m. and during the time of
opening and makingup the mails.
Persons wishing to pay postage when the office
is sliut, can enclose the money with the letter, di
rected to “The Post Master," and those who keep
accounts xvith the office, and may desire thesainc,
are requested to say soonnn envelope.
WJien the mails which are due bn Suturday, ar
rive too late to' be delivered that evening, the of
fice will be kept open on Sunday morning from
8 to 9 o’clock, for the delivery only of the letters
receded by those inails
The inland postage of all letters, directed to be
sent out of the United States, except to the Cana
das, must be pnid xvhenthey are left at the office,
or they cannnt be forxvardcd.
V* Letters must be left at the Post Office with-
iti the time specified, to insure going in the mail of
the day; and newspapers half an hour before that
time. As there are several places of the same
name in the United States, it is necessary that the
directions should be particular; the State should
be distinguished, and xvhen it might be doubtful,
Counties. When tetters, are not tor a post town,
tho nearest post town ought to be mentioned.
.Committees of Council.
LDERMEN Bulloch, Minis, Cumtning/
L STREETS AND LANES.
....—.i. Donsler, Millen, Wayne.
—'>» Morrisoti, Shickj G&Udry.
Waring, Bulloch, Morrison.
health and osmetrv,
— Habersham, Jackson, Waring.
^ U 111 i D •
- Jacksoq, Dcusler, Millen.
- Cumming, Minis, Wayne,
- Millen, Gaudry, Donsler.
SMok; Gaudry, Habersham.
RNGIRES AND FIRE UUCKETS
*- Minis, Jackson, Morrison.
Harris, Jackson, Cumming
HOOKS AND I.ADDERS,
Wayne, llabefaham, Sliick.
M. MYERS* e. c.
sepf, 1C 178
From the lowness of the subscription to this
xvork, it will be seen that it is no part of our cal
culation to realize any present profit from it. On
the contrary, we sliull, in all probability, lose mo
ney by it for a year or two, hoping that thereafter
its established character xvill ensure it a sufficient
patronage to make it profitable.
GALES it SEATON.
Washington, September, 1824.
The publication of GALES k SEATON'S RE
GISTER OF DEBATES IN CONGRESS will
commence as soon as the Debates at each suc
cessive Session of Congress shall afford materials
to fill a half sheet,(8 pages.)
The work will be printed in the ocfaVoform, on
a super royal paper, made for the purpose, and on
a brcvjer typc,in double columns—each page com
prising uearly as much matter as one of the co
lumns of the National Intelligencer;
It will contain as full and accurate Reports as
can be obtained of all JJebafes on main questions
Member , „
each House on questions ivhich have been the
subject of Debate, such Documents, connected
with tlie subjects of Debujfi, as may be deCraed
essential to enable the reader to comprehend
them, and proper indexes fi> the xvhole.
The Debates of the next Session, it is computed,
xvill, with the Appendix, make a volume of five
hundred pages, ut least, arid xvil). be furnished to
subscribers through the Post Office, in sheets, as
published, (or reserved at this Office, at the sub
scriber’s option,) ut three doixars for the_ vol
ume, be it more or less, tribe paid ih advance in all
cases of transmission beyond the Umitsof the city.
The sheets xvill be transmitted as completed
xvlthout regard to qny particular days, os the pub.
licatirin must of course be regulated by the prepar
ation of the matte* 1 of which it is to be composed.
The subscription will in no case, rinless xvithin
the city, and not then, unless specially indicated,
be understood to extend Jieyond the volume ac
tually ,puid for in udvance.
“To-rionlribscribers’tire' pi-toe will be four L dob
lars, boundin boards.forthe voluflie now unnoiHie.
C *The Debates of the Session of Congress frilloxY.
ing the next, and of the first Session ofevery Con
gress, will,'it is supposed, fill about oho thousand
pages, or perhaps more, making one very larg
volume, or txvo of a hundsomc steiwtlie first Ses
sion of each Congress being neariy double the du
ration of the second- The price .of thp Rce‘ st « r
1 A A LBS - NUTMEGS
XUU 20 do Mace
60 do Cloves
500 do Ginger, (Pulverised)
10 boxes Starcli in bundles of 71bs each
150 do Cassia; or Cinnumon
150 do Fig Bluc(a superior quality)
400 do Pearl Ash
50 do/. Lorillard’s Snuff,
200 do do and Rcills cut Tobacco,
Are offered for sale by
LAY & HENDRICKSON,
Chemists nnd Druggists,
1 A A BBS. GUM CAMPHOR
X vf vf 200 lbs Peruvian Bark
30 do Opium (Turkey)
100 do Powdered Jalap
60 do do Rhubarb
200 do Cream Tartar
1000 do Epsom Salts
25 bbls Glauber do
For sale by LAY fy HENDRICKSON,
Oct 30 201 Shad’i Buildings.
B Y the ship Corsair thesubscribersbave receiv.
ed their fall supply of .GOODS, oonsistlng of
a very general assortment of
DYE STUFFS, &c.
All of which will be sold on (he most accom
modating terms for Cash or Credit. Merchants,
Physicians, and Planters are respectfully invited
to examine them before they purchase.
LAY k HENDRICKSON,
A fresh supply of SULPHATE QAI NINE, re
ceived as above.
Oct 14 189
QA DOZEN of the true English Seidlitz Poxv
O vfriers have been received from London, via
New-York, per brig Monroe and for sale low by
LAY k HENDRICKSON,
oct 7 180
rilHlS article is highly
X purpose of imparting un elegant gloss to
The large and extensive Cabinet Ware Manu
factures in the northern cities make use of this
composition to give their works a beautiful po
A supply of this xvax has been received per ship
Savannuh. It is put up iri small pots und boxes
xvith printed directions for use, and for sale by
LAY &. HENDRICKSON,
ang 12 108
i equul „ lww „
made by tho Messrs. Henry’s. Many persons in
this city who have used this remedy give it a de-
cided preference over all others. Families are
solicited to givo it atrial as it comes much cheap
er than Henry’s, being neatly put up in bottles at
37 1-2 cents each, and for sale only by
LAY Si HENDRICKSON,
sept 2 172
8 O superior Sweet Oil
X Jmi 500 gulls, winter strained Sperm Oil
0 kegs Suit Petre
600 Bottles Costof Oil (in pint Bottles)
300 do Stoughton's Bitters, pints and
LAY 4' HENDRICKSON, .
Oct 26 1S)£ Shads Buildings.
J. Shinn’s Panacea
rjlIIE subscriber, having discovered the com
X position of Sxvaim’s celebrated Panaeea
has noxv u supply on hand for sale—he has redu
ced the price from $3 50 to $2 50, or by the d
All charitable' institutions in the United States,
and the poor will be supplied gratis.
If the citizens of the principal cities and towns
will nppoiul an agent to order and distribute this
Mediciue to the poor, it will be supplied.
This Medicine is celebrated for the cure of the
following dkeuscs : Scorfula or King’s Evil. Ul
cerated or t'utrid Sore Throat, long standing
Rheumatic affections, Cutaneous Diseases, White
Swelling und Diseases of the Bones, and all eas
es generally ol qn Ulcerous character, and Chro
nic Diseases, generally arising in debilitated con
stitutions, hut more especially from Syphilis or
affections wising therefrom; Ulcers iti the larynx,
fyts. and the dreadful diseases occasioned, by a
long nnd excessive use of Mercury, 4'C. It is al
so used in Diseases of the Liver.
I have/within the last txvo years had an oppor
tunity of seeing several cases of very inveterate
Ulcers, wiiich huving resisted previously the re
gular modes of treatment, xvere healed by the use
of Mr; Swaim’s Punocea, und I do believe, from
xvhal 1 have seen, that it xvill prove an important
remedy in Scrofulous, Venereal and Mercuriql
diseases..' N. CHAPMAN, M. D.
Professor of the Institutes and Practice of Physic,
in the University of Pennsylvania.
I have employed the Panacea of Mr. Swaim i
numerous instances, xvithin the last three years,
and have alxvays found it extremely efficacious
especially in secondary Syphilis, arid Mercurial
Diseases. I have no hesitation in pronouncing it
a Medicine of inestimable value.
W GIBSON, M. D.
Professor of Surgery to the University of Penh.
JOHN SHINN, Chemist.
Philadelphia, tfov. 17, 1823.
Each publisher of a newspuperin the U. States,
is requested to publish this advertisement once a
month, for one year, and send their accounts for
N the press and will bo published in October or
. November next, at the RecorderOffice, a nexv
and enlarged edition of the
The improvements in this very useful book, are
briefly noticed in the following extracts from the
prefaced the new edition-
“ Several yeurs have elapsed since the publica-
an of the Georgia Justice, during which time
there has been additional legislation upon many
of the subjects contaiuediri It. In the present e-
dition, such alterations as Were rendered necessa
ry by subsequent enuettaents, have been, made the
additional matter incorpurated.und several 'omis*
sions in the original xvprk supplied.
"Mr Princes Digest being now in general use,
references thereto have been substituted for those
which were heretofore made to Murbury Craxv-
ford’s and Clayton’s Digests, and tlie annual pam
phlets containing the laws of tlie state. A copious
index has also been furbished and the work
is submitted to the public, under a belief that i.ts
acknowledged Utility Will be found to be iricreas-
ed by the foregoing-circumstances."
inr The price ot the book, neatly bound, in calf
Will be Five Dollars, payable on .delivery. Any
(Viw lii-onlxT nnntPQ u’illliA nntltlp.fi to
>viii Uv3 iiuiiiauuu
lirig to take charge
to gentlemeii who tfiay be i
V Tlie different ricxvspapers in this state* Will
please give the foregoing an insertion;
Milledgeville, August 30.
sept 28 182
50 for sulc by
oct 25 1
PIECES first quulity Dundee Bagpng,
IIALL k HOI
vL bo found in future at bid. office’ Over
the counting room of CalvSiiBi&fi*;
May TfehM, 1824;
G EORGE Johnston and others, complainants
vs Peter Vanburgh Livingston and others,
defendants, in equity in the Superior court, ot
Chatham county, May term, 1824.
It appearing to the Court by affidavit that Pe
ter Vanburgh I.ixingston and Harriet E. Living
ston, who are parties defendant reside beyond tlie
state oftieorgia, and within the United States on
motion ofcomnlninnnls solicitor, it is ordered that
tlie said defendant do respectively appear nnd an
swer the complaints bill xvithin four months from
he date of this rule. And is further ordered that
this rule be published once a week during four
monlhsfrom this date in one of the public Gazettes
of this State.
Extract from tlie Minutes.
A. B. FANNIN, Clerk>
For granting License to persons for re
tailing spiritous liquers or vending goods,
wares and merchandize, in the Streets,
Lanes, Squares or alleys within the limits
of the City of Savannah and the Hamlets
Sec. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of Savannah' in
Council assembled, and it is hereby or
dained by the authority of the same, that
all applications for license to retail spirit
ous or limit liquors within the limits of the
city of Savannah and Hamlets thereof,
shall be in writing, and addressed to the
Mayor, and which application shall con
tain the names of two or more surities and
upon such application the Mayor is hereby
authorised if he deems proper,ut all times,
upon the applicant giving bond, with txvo
or more surities to be approved of by him,
in the sum of two hundred dollars, condij
tioned for the due observance of the ordi
nances of the city to grant the license re
quired—and should the Mayor upon such
application refuse to grant a license, the
applicant shall have the privilege of ap
pealing from the decision of the Mayor, to
Council—the said license not to continue iu
force for a ledger term than one year.
Sec. 2. Be it further ordained by the
Authority aforesaid that it shall not be
lawful for the Mayor to grant any licenses
to retnil spiritous liquors of any discrip-
tion or to vend goods, wares or merchan
dise in any street, lane, sqare, alley, lot,
or wharf within tho limits of the city of
Savannah and. Hamlers thereof to any
persons elected to nqy office under the cor
poration (Port Wardens excepted.)
Sec. 3. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, that it shall be the du
ty of the Treasurer, to make a fair and just
entry in a book to be kept hy liim for that
purpese of the names and places fif abode
of all such persons, as shall have taken
out license, and also of the sums of money
and the names of the surities who have been
received for the same, and lay a statement
of tlie said persons to whom Licences have
been granted, together with the sums re
ceived for the same and the names of the
securities so taken before Council once in
each month or more frequently If so re
quired to do.
Sec. 4. Be it further ordained by the au
thority aforesaid, that the form of the li
cense to be granted by the Mayor shall be
as follows viz: “This is to certify that — : —
has given bond and security according to
the ordinance of the city for two hundred
dollars, for his faithful compliance xvith
the laws of the State, and the ordinance of
the city, which now are and which may be
enacted, and of force in this state and city
respecting taverns, punch houses, arid re
tailors of spiritous liq-iors so far as the
same relate to the city of Savannah and
the hamlets thereof, therefore the said
is hereby authorised to retail in the
house where he noxv resides, street
ward and in no other place what
ever in Savannah, from the —*— day pf
iri the year of our Lord, one thousand
eight hundred and , until the
day of next ensuing.
Given under my hand and the seal of
the city the day- and year first above men
c. c. Mayor.
Sec, 5. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid that it shall not be
lawful for any person having obtained a
license to retail.spiritous liquors iri more
places than one, under the penalty of a
sum not exceeding thirty dollars, dr in any
other place than’ the one designated in said
license without first having given notice
to the clerk of Council Of Iris, her or their
removal, whereupon the clerk shall obtain
from the Mayor, and in his absence, the
Chairman a certificate on the back of such
license, specifying the removal of and
plhce of abode-—and if any person or per
sons shall neglect or refuse to return their
license, to the Mayors office, at the expira
tion of the time for which the same were
granted, or to return them for a certificate
in case of removal as before required, lie,
she, or they so offending shall forfeit and
pay a sUm not exceeding thirty dollars.
Sec* 6. Bo it further ordained by the'au
thority aforesaid, that if any person or
persons shall sell tef any purchaser of li
quors three gallons, or upwards, and de
liver the same in small quantities arid ,at
different periods of times, lie, she, or they
convicted of delivering a less quantity 1 at
any one time than three gallons, shall be
-fined in a sum not exceeding thirty dol
lars* ■■ ' '
Sec, i. Be it further,ordained hy the au-
thorlty aforesaid, that every person, hax’-
ingtakenout a license for the retailing of
spiritous liquors, shall have plainly paint
ed in’letters pot le.~ s than three inches jn
length on some conspicuous place over t ho
door, on the outside of the shop, or house,
nnd fronting the street, lane, or square B
xvherein the spiritous liquors are sold, tlie
name at length,of the person, so licensed
together with the following xvords, “Li
censed to retail spiritous liqUors” nmle.ieh
nnd every person or persons violating this
section of the Ordinance shall be lined lor
each wedk after the expiration of ten days
from the time of having taken out Ids, lief,
or their license, in ri sum hot exceeding 30
Sec. 8. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, that if there shall bo
fouridinthe shops or enclosure of any
retailer of spiritious liquors within this
city after drum beat at night any person or
persons of colour, not tlie property of the
oxvilcr of tho said shop or retailer of the
said liquors, and xx’ho have not been sent
there by their oxVricr orgitnrdinnsnnd w ho
have not u written ticket to that effect, the
person or persons so harbouring or enter
taining such persons of colour ahull bo
fitted in Usum uotexceediug thirty dollars
—and the marshal, city watch, consta
bles are herbby authorised, til enter tho
S remises where such persons of Colour arc
nrboured and commit theriito the coni mon
jail from which they shall not be dischar
ged until they have paid the oxpence of
Sec. 9. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, that it shall, not lib
lawful for tlie Mayor to grant any license
to any person or persons xVho nre nexv or
who heretofore may have retailed liquors
without a license Until the applicant shall
have paid itito the city Treasury; the u-
mount due the corporation for the time he
so retailed without a license at the t rite of
thirty five dollars per annum.
Sec. 10. Be it further ordained iiy the
authority nforefaid, that ftom and immedi
ately after the passing of this ordinance,
there slrnll be paid to the Treasurer of the
city of 8nvanriah and hamlets thereof by
each retailer of spiritious or malt liquors the
sum of thirty five dollars for each license.
Sec. 11. Boat further ordained by the
authority aforef aid that it shall not be
lawful for any persen or persons to ped
dle or vend any goods wares at merchan
dize in any street square lulin, or alley, in
this city until the person so vending such
goods wares and merchandize shrill have
obtained from the Mayor in the maimer
heretofore pointed out for obtaining licen
ses for retailing of liquors, n license for
that purpose and which license shall con
tinue in force for one y^-. and no longer
and at the time of receiving such licese he
she or they shall pay to the City Treasury
the sum of fifty dollars.
Sec-12. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid that if any persojj pr
persons shall expose or -offer for salo, of
vend any goods xyares or merchandise in
any street lane square wharf, improved
lot, 6r rilley in this city without having
previously obtained such license he .-he or
they shall be fined 1 in a sum not excoed-
ingthirty dolls, for each and cx ery offence
Sec. 13. Be it further ordained hy the
authority aforesaid that it shall not lie
lawful for any peddler or vender of dor-ds
wares and merchandize as aforesaid to
o’ceripy with tables, benches or any other
thing permanantly, any part of the street?,
squares, lanes, alleys, .or wharves or to
spread bis, her or their articles of mer
chandize on the ground—and every per
son, or persons violating this section shall
be fined for each offence in a sum not ex
ceeding thirty dollars.
Sec. 14. Be is furthef ordained by the
authority aforesaid that all licenses here
tofore granted, be and the saipe are here by
duly valid. <
Sec. 15. Beit further ordained by the
authority aforesaid that all fines and pen
alties imposed by tins ordinance shall be
levied and recovered in the usual manner
and applied as follows, yifcnone half, to the
use of the informer and the other half to
the use of the city*
Sec; 17. Be it ordainbd by the Mayor
and Alderinen of the City t>f Savannah in
Council assembled, aud it is hereby order
ed by the authority of the same, that from
and immediately after the passing of this
ordinance, if any person or persons xvithin
the limits of the City of Savannah, of
Hamlets thereof, not, being duly licensed
according to the tenor df this ordinance*
shall at anytime keep ri tavern, ir.n, orcli-
riqry, punch house, porter house, ale cr
beer house or shall retail any wine, bran
dy, rum,, gin, porter; beer, cider,- punch,
spiritous liquors or strong drink under any
name whatsoever, in any quantity -less
than three gallons, lie she or they So of
fending, arid being thereof convicted be
fore the City Council, shrill forfeit aud pay
a sum not exceeding thirty dollars for each
and every offence*
Sec. 16. Be it further ordained by the
authority aforesaid, that; “ an ordinance
for granting License to persons Keeping
Billird Tables or retailing spiritous liquors
within .the limits of tlje city of Savannah
and hamlets thereof, and for other pur
poses mentioned” and the. several ordin
ance, amendatory of the .same, and “ au
ordinance to oblige persons Keeping an
Equality or E* O. Tables or other instru
ments of similar construction used or in
tended for the purpose of gambling to take
out license for the same and for other pur
poses therein mentioned” and “ an o/din-
aricoto compel peddlers within the city of
Savannah to take out licenses and for im
posing restrictions relative to them” be
and the -same are hereby repealed.
■ Passed in Council I O h < >ct. 1824*
V/M. C. DAN!ELL, Mayor-
Attest, M. Mrcxts, c. C/