fl’hiskcjp, Blankets, etc.
,,r,m p'hilndrfphiu Whiskey
HJSSm LondonLfflo Blankets
Cotton tiuR-ing. of =«i- r —
I lfi0 c^ltt^ut NnlU, fts 'ortod
• ......le Xo l.CastAr Oil
$ Barrels wo. i, w . a LORDfc cO.
I r«r Mousin'* Nw Buildings.
, A BARRELS nutenburgh Gin
°0 Hogsheads do
S Bows Mould Candles
^rn BagsPrime Havana Coffee
3 Bale%Bl pac ^ e ^ Sheetings
o Do brown «°
r Tin do SFlirting*
5 Cases NaidsnndGnghums, . »
63 Barrels Navy Broad
«a i)o Pilot do
15 Do Current Wine
in Casks Cheese
6 Tubs Goshen B“«" c GREEN E,
For salcby^ Moore's H*harf.
Lqy 1 \\vw* ■
Whiskey and Flour.
4 FIRKINS Prime Goshen Butter
42 Kegs Leaf I.urd
f, Pines H. Gin
Liverpool Cool for Sale}
At Eight Dollars per Chaldron.
,Y at the Counting Room of
ecelved by the late or.
and Liverpool, tiicir
-AA be SHELS Baltimore White Flint
"fr 8 ^S 8 ”'
_0V 1 ■ »i202 ... ' .
ilankets, Cotton Bagging, &c.
- BALES LONDON DUFFLE BLANKETS
of late importation
* 60 pieces Cotton Bagging
100 Casks Cut Nails, assorted
3 barrels No. 1 Castor Oil
60 dd India Point Gin
for sale by H; LORD Si Co.
oct 87 . .
i aA BOXES brown Havana Sugar
f II120 11 white *• "
V 12 bbls browh, !' .
1 For sa ie by GAUDRY & HERBERT.
| oct 27 TIPS . —
Sugar, Coffee, etc. '
w/\ HHDS Prime St Croix SUGAR
JU 76 bids do' do do
76 bags prime Green Coffee
25 bbls Loaf and Lump Sugar
30 crates blue and green edgod Plates
16 Tons Swedes Iron, assorted -
40 Coils Bale Rope
4 Cases Twlne
For sale by HALL & HOYT.
Pet 27 198
r |MlE Subscribe
avals from New-Yorl.
0-1 and 0-4 London Duffle Blankets
fl.'i and 14-4 Ross BlahkeW •*'§*?
White, Mitt and Blue Plains, very low
0-4 Mud and Mixt Cloths for servants
Finn Wliito Welsh Flannels
Do White, Blue and tied Yorkshire
Very line Scurlct.Cloths mnf Casslruercs
Superfine Cloths; CdSSi meres and Sattliiet
Bombnzecns and Boinbnzetts
4-4 and (5-4 Black, Wliito and Pink
Caroline Plaids npd SaUshUry|Flan-
Linen and Cotton Red Tick
4-4 and 8-4 Counterpanes nritl Quilts
Fine Printed Counterpanes, a new article
Furniture and Gnrmeut Dimity
Printed Cumbrick and Furniture Chintz
Find Irish Linen und Sheeting
Linen Cambric and do Handkerchiefs
Rich Sliadqd and Figured Silks
Barugo and Colored Florence
Barugc Scarfs and Handkerchiefs
Rich Caslimdre Scarfs,- Shawls and Hand*
Bobinett Veils and Thread Laces
4-4 and 6-4 Plhin and Fig. Bobinctts
do do Cambric arid Jaconctts,
do do Nainsook and Book Musllti
do ‘ do Real India Jaconctts and Mull
Flounce Robes and InsertingTrimmlri:
Rich Ball Dresses and HeauOrrtamenl
Silk, Cotton and Worsted Hose of all des
With sundry other articles, too numerous to men
tion, all of which will be sold on the most accom
modating terms, by
WM. fy H. ROSE.
Continue the Commission Business in Li
erpool, under the Firm of
ISAAC, LOW dp CO.
A ND will at all times make liberal advances on
produce consigned to them for sale.
arc roomy Fire-proof Slores, cotton will be re- ’
ceived and forwarded In their own' vessels, or
those to their address, free of any commission.
Orders for merchandize, will he executed and
only a commission charged, when the payment is
| satisfactorily secured. ,
A general assortment of British
[ is just received, being bought with Money and sc
looted by one of the partners, they will be furnish
cd as low as by any regular Importing House in
the United' States, and on a long credit, for
approved paper. ANDREW LOW &
.oct 26,. 19? ,,
Ready Made Clothing,
&*At cost!. 1 ! «£0
T HE subscriber intending to leave tills place by
the 20th of this month, offers his STOCK OF
I GOODS AT COST.—It comprises a general as
CLOTHING OF ML SIZES.
JOHN P. SET5&.
oct 7 , 186 „ . ~
I Elegant & choice Perfumery, &c
JA MES A ND EIISON 'ip CO.
I -TA^Enseeived.a large assortment of CA
* JL t PETIXO, from various Manufactorlc
wqlch enable thenpto exhibit an extensive
ment of SPLENDID and FASHIONABLE
Brussels and Venetian Carpeting
Kidderminster and Scotch do
Stairdo of all. widths and finalities
Crumb Cloths and Printed Baize
Imperiai'and common Hearth Rugs
With a variety of other
Staple and Fancy (foods, -
Suitable for the present and approaching Season
wl;'.;h they offerforsale low forCash or approved
Oct 23 lflft . . . V;
A Half barrel* fresh Buck Whoat McaJ
10 half do. F. M. Beef
12 do fresh Crackers
10 keg* superior Butter
20 bills fresh Flour
10 halfbbls do
For sale by GEO. D. CORNWELL,
nov 2 u203 Exchange wharf
Gunpowder and Imperial Teas.
This year's Importation,
I tien cattys Gunpowder
J.llV 60 do Imperial '
Received per Clifford VVavric—for sale by
j. b. Herbert fy ©
The Subscriber Ims taken the
L. HOUSE in the Village of Ricc-
Imro’, - rerently ‘occupied by Mr.
. ..^IKempton, and intends keeping a pub
lic house, tor the accommodation of
TRAVELLERS and BOARDERS.
Those who may fnvor him with a call are assured
that every attention will be paid to their comfort
and convenience, His table will be supplied with
the best the country affords; his Bar with choice
liquors atid his Stable with the best provender,
and an attentive Ostler—the rates moderate.
oci 30 201
T g T \ C V V \ E,
Will sail or. Friday nest, tile Gtb in??.
For freight or passage, having handsome accom
modations, apply to the captain on board, at Wil
liamson’s wharf, or to
BLISS St WADSWORTH.
nov 3 m204
The regular packet ship,
WILLIAM WALLACE, v
' T. Wood, Muster,
Will ifteet with / despatch. For
J ! A V -J- -Jj
B, Herbert Up
By J. B, Herbert ip Go.
TO-.M<>HROVV,Oth inst. at It o'clock.
. V. ill be sold before our
6 barrels and 3 cases S SIOJES-.
A general assortment of
O R O 0 E R I E S.
40 bbls Apples
• 20 do Potatoes
nov 6 202 Terms (Vh.
TO BE LET.
The STORE cornet of Bay
niul Drctyton-Strects, now occu-
ied by J, P. Setze. Possession may
freight or |
The fast sailing ship,
Will sail on 'Thursday next.—For
having superior aecommoda-
John T. Rowland,
/CONTINUES to do busincs in Milledgdvllle,
and tenders the offer ,of his service.? to the
friends and the public, in (he transaction of agen
cy business generally,
oct 2 tip-H184'
I tioa'i. apply to Capt. II. on board at Jones’ upper 1
further particulars, apply to Peter Dupon. wharf, or to HALL & HOY i.
PETER EVEN. 1 nov 1 202
, oct 19
TO-MORROW EVENING, 6tb inst. at 7o'clk.
Will be sold in his Store,
A VALUABLE COLLECTION OF
, Some elegantly bound.
nov 6 202
By Calvin Baker.
7 To Rent.
That larged and
situated House in
street, now occupied hy Doctor J. B. „
Read; for terms, apply to Bulloch it I offer for Qreenock, and be despatched as early as
The first rate packet line ship
J. L. Wilson, Master,
Will take what freight of Cotton may
Oct 16 A190 . ■
1 0?)27 109
FOR CHILDREN AND MISSES.
ISS SPAULDING proposes openingo School
on Wednesday 3d iml. for Children and Mis
ses. For terms, application may be made to Miss
S. at the School Room, corner of Brouglitdm and
Abere.ofn Streets, ncnrly opposite-the residence
of Wm. B. Bullock, Esq. or to Mrs Orshorns.
Reference muy be made to Rev. Mr. How or
A CQUAINTS her friends and the public gene
rally that having rented the house the resi
dence ofthe late Mr. Joseph Cnrruthers, she in
tends devoting it to the accommodation of young
Ladies and children—She solicits the gatrpnage
of parents to her establishment,.und assures them
thnt those confided to her Care shall receive undi
Oct 26 (197
T HE subscriber respectfully announces to his
friends and the public tlmt the exercises of .his
The Tenement in Broughton
Street ndjoiningthe one occupi-1
ed by the subscriber; possession given
Ihe 1st of November.
The well known and regular
Will meet with quick despatch.—For freight of
160 bales of Cotton only, apply to
ANDREW LOW St Co.
To Rent. ' ' I I®® tons of Liverpool SALT, arid
n n , mt.p wlmrf nnd stares iic?ct I *18 crates assorted CROCIvERY,
, THe wharr and stores, next Receive(1 by lhe 0eorgiB o(reped tor sale low
jlSTTfi* above Wayne #, well eaicula- I f ot . ca ah or on accommodating terms for upprov-
IliBfrrli * ct ^ ^ or * ' voo| J oj Lumber wharf. j e< j paper if taken immediately from on board the
ALSO, I vessel at Five Fathom—ajlply as above.
ted for a wood or Lumber wharf.
The yellow three story Brick buildings in Frank
lin Ward.—An approved Tenant can have with
one of the Tenement?, the Furniture and servants
I by early application to R. F» WILLIAMS.
riov-4 || t.205
FROM ON BOARD TltF. OEOROIA PACKET,
* Aft. BBLS. WHISKEY
1UG 160 do superfine Flour
100 half bbls. do
70 bags best Green Coffee
4 hhds Antigua Sugar
. 12 bodies while do do
12 do brown “ “
10 half pipes Lisbon Wine
30 qr chests Hyson Tea -
6 boxes Souchong “
60 bbls Loaf Sugar
60 do Lump
6 bbls olue
13 cases wool Hats.
2 “ StraxvBonnets
7 11 domestic Good*
7 bales “ “
7 kegs trace chains,
With a fresh supply of '
Hardware and Cutlery.
Apply to , r. M’DERMOTT,
oct 26 ||m106 f Market Square.
T HE Subscribers liuve received pr brig Ann.
Schooner Intrepid and ship Corsair, a fresh
pply of Choice Perfumery, consisting of
Otto of Roses in elegant gilt bottles of vilrl
Macassar, Russia, Bears ahd Antique Oils
Pomatum in Pots aud Rolls
Rose, Orange flower and Lavender Water
Rose.Bcnjoin, Musk, Olive, Venacular, Palm
Vegetable, Ceylon, Bandana, Transparent,
Variegated, and English Windsor Soups,
Wash Bails, Naples shaving Soap in Pot*
Shaving Cakes, <Vc
Pocket, fine teeth and dressing Combs; new
Hair Powder and Powder Puffs
Pocket Books and Pocket Wallets, with arid
La Fayette and Silk Stocks,
Elastic Wire and Coburg Stiffners,
Silver Wire Teeth Brushes with gilt handles,
Nail, Cloth', liair and Shaving Brushes,
Cut Glass Smelling Bottles, Visiting Co
Metal Shaving Boxes,
Floating Tapers of eve
Tonguhi Beans, Musk,
Court Plaster, Snuff Boxes,
school will be resumed on Monday 25th inst. The
course of instruction embraces the Latin Lan
guage, History, Moral Philosophy, Composition,
Geography, English Grammar, Arithmetic, &c.
Sic. He pledges himself to give the most assidu
ous und umvenried attention to the moral nnd in
tellectual improvement of his pupils'.—Terms as
usual. G. WHITE.
net 12 188
Seminary for Young Ladies.
M RS. GUERINEAU acquaints her friends, and
parents generally, that there are u few va
cancies in her Seminary for the ensuing season.
Instruction is given in.all the vnrious branches
of Education taught in other Schools.
. ThU terms may be known on application at her
residence York Street near Bolton’s Square.
Oct lt> tMl91 .
Classical and English Seminary.
T HE subscriber informs Ids friends and the pub
lic that his Seminary for the. instruction of
young Ladies and Gentlemen is now open for the
reception of pupils.—The course of Education xvill
comprise the Greek and Latin Languages in ad
dition to the ranches usually tuught at public
Young Gentlemen prepared for entrance into
tlie Military Academy or any College in the U. S.
For terms apply to the subscriber at his residence
corner of Drayton and York Streets.
Oct 25 i,||l»6 „ HENRY MACDONNELL.
‘ Mrs. Humphreys, n<
R ESPECTFULLY informs the inhabitants of
Savniinah that she will open a SCHOOL on
the first of November, for the reception of those
children, whose parents may entrust them to her
care. She will teach the solid and ornainentnl
branches ofeducatiort; and after several years ex
The Dwelling House at pre
sent occupied by the Subscriber I
at the cast end of the Theatre, and '
ipossession can be had immediately.
The House is a pleasant one und the yard largo j
und dry, with a commodious Garden.
3 JOS. S.PELOT.
oct 22 a!94 ,
A House on the South Com
mon Brown Ward has- four
Rooms on the first and three on the
i second floors. Possession given on
the 15th November—Enquire of
Oct 22 ||l104 F. M. STONE.
SAVANNAH, W. Beebe,
LOUISA MATILDA, D. Wood, ;
AUGUSTA, D. Van Dyck.
WM. WALLACE, T. Wood,
EMPEROR, J. H. Bennett.
The above arc all first rate vessels, with expe
rienced commanders, and will edntimie to sail in
regularsnccession throughout the season, leuviug
Savannah for New-Yorx mi.Thursday, and New-
York for Savannah dn Satdrday in each week.—
For freight or passage, apply to the Captains on
board at Jones's Ur per Wharf, or to
HALL U HOYT.
Jan 27 21
The House ia Broughton-st.
Intely occupied by Mr. Tefft.—
The house corner of Drayton and
York-streets, occupied by Mr Goff.—
The house fronting Oglethorpe occupied by Cnpt.
Bee. The house on the opposite «ide of the
Square, occupied by Mr. Leach.
. The House at present,occupied by Mr. George
opposite to«lhc Academy with an entire Lot, or
pnrt of the lot would be leased being a good stand
tor a Grocer). • I* A Steam Boat, with freighting Boats will regu-
AI.hU, I larly depart from the Company’s wharf on Wed-
Several other gobd dwelling houst , and the nesday and-Saturday of each week, and when
stores corner of Broughton [mid Burnard-strccts. I freight offers to make It necessary, an extra boat
Apply to u J. MARSHALL; j \yill depart daring the intermediate periods
ON MONDAY, the 8th inst at 11 o'clock,
. * At his Auction Store 1
The Brick Store, at present.
mibi occupied by Jonathan Meigs,
on the Bay, corner of Barnard Street,
sSfcon Lot No. 1, Digby Tything, Deck
er Ward, With three-eights of said Lot, subject to it
ground rent of $200 per annum,-under a tease
front January, 1822, for five y«.irs ; at the expira
tion ofthe lease, the leaser to' pay for tnft ljuildiiig
at a valuation. -
■' V. ALSO, • • • .j“«B
A general amrtment of seasonable
In front of hi! Auction Storo
A general assortment of'.
_nov 5, . 204 . ' . • ■ ■■ .
W ILL bo sotdbefore the Court House in the
City of Savannah, between the hours-of 10
and 2 o’clock,on Friday the 19th iast.by order of
the DLstrict Judge of Georgia. ‘
A* shq now lies a wteck off St Cath
erines Island, with all her material^
and cargo remaining on board.
The materials saved or iying on thq Beach of St,
Catherines and on the main, viz. i
0 213 pieces-Mahogany, on the Beach ofc
high water mark,
do do in Beach Creek
do do in Point Creek
do do ori Mr. Postelis plan-,
tatiori, Harris’ Neck, McIntosh
93 pieces Logwood ill possession of
- Mr. Harris of St. Catharins Islaud
'22 pieces on the Beach above high wa
23 pieces on the Island .
14 do in the possession of Mr. Po -
tell at Harris’ neck
1 pair of Jackscrews
1 small graplin on the Beach
1 Quadrant,.1 pf Pistols, 7 Block?
' 1 piece Parclin, I Topmast •
I whipsaw, 1 Tarpaulin,
1 pr Stilvards, 2 large chains,
2 pitch Ladle#, I Axe, 8 Auger,<3,
2 large chisels, 2 scrapers
A sniall lot of ctJpper » .
2 Grooving Plains, 1 hand saw,
A lot of Lead,
1 lot of running ri|i
1 wentch . . * ,
, . Terms Cash Bankable Money.
nov 4 J. H. MOREL, m. d'. c.
oct 6 tP ,t
Lumber, Factorage and Com
T HE Subscriber continues the Lumber, Factor
age and Commission Business, at his old
Stand near the Union Ferry Wharf, and tenders his I at least 20 per ct. lower thun has evi
services to his friends and the. public. 1 this market for casli or. credit. Pui
at * ei >d to the RF..PACK1NG and I do well to call and examine them.
COMPRESSING of COTTON,his cotton press be
Ing in complete order.
Oct 30 201 JNO.EVERINGHAM.
r , , , T „„.i \, n - v perience in the instruction ofyouth she flattbi's her-
Chamber Lights and Matches, Segar Bpx-1 l e , rshe A>1 , notfail t0 give s J ttt Action.
Which together with a very general and extensive
assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Pa
tent Mediciqes, Sic. iic. All of which' have been
selected by a good judge, and are offered fpr sale
‘ -•* ’— ever beeti sold in
LAY St HENDRICKSON,
Chemists and Druggists,
Fresh Fall Mackerel,
I £ BBLS NO. 1
XO 30 do do 2
65 do do 3
16 half bids no 1
15 do do do 2
15 do do do 3
100 boxes fresh Herrings
Landing from brig Hope from Boston, for sole by
ROBERT S. GOFF.
_°ct 26 m196
White PlflinAnn/l Snonioh IrTUlE subscriber tenders his thanks to hlsfriends
lL 1 ,air *sana Spanish segars | and the public lor the liberal encourage-
T HE Subscriber has associated himself With
John E. Wadsworth, in the Commission busi
ness, in this placfe, which will hereafter be con
ducted Under the firrii of
BLISS dp WADSWORTH.
oct 14 iiisij
1 A ® a,CR WHITE PLAINS
“■ Y J®® Qr.hoxes Cabanas Segars
J ust received and for sale by
n . CALVIN BAKER.
Landing from on hoard the Julius Ccesar,
_ and for Saic,-
20 loo’bbis} Phil.RYE WhlSKEY.
uu St Cro > x on< l Muscovado Shgar
5 bli|4 Loaf Sugur
Oct 28 ii c “® s21b -cartnister« Gun PowderTea
“ ^ PONCE ti M’KENZIE,.;
All’s. E. Ileaularflj
ment he has received in the
FA CTORA GE and COMMISSION
and trusts thptby a strict attention td the interest
of the Planter; lie will merit a' continuance oftheir
Foi 1 sale;
Grundy’s White Plains .
Prime 42 inch Cotton Bagging.
oct 5 186
igned committee xvill receive pro-
osals for keeping in repair the city Clock,
Until the first mooting of Council in January next;
mu FTm>« a , — — I proposals.Ibr th'e punie will bejefi with either pf
hah a, d-t ICr .^ n . nks to tllc ,adie8 hf Suvttii- | thd.undersigned. GEOR.GE SH1CK,
J. B. GAUDRY,
J. C. HABERSHAM.
75 Dollars Reward.
I -^^riLL be paid for the apprehension^ and de
fife* Patterns for the Season,
J-adiesan4rvlTi ent of nc>w MBBOJfSr*-Also,
taSMU FAYETTE GLOVES,, , I
badges of all coi n oL WRStBandS ’ a " d Gent,eraenV livery to the Subscribers of the following
>n the be?! m^ cien,l L an ? i Lefekorn Bonnets | IQUNK, the property of G. B. Lamar, a large
Machine fnr. 4 r ’ hav,n 6 P urCbase< l a pressing 1 stout black fellow, uoout 35 years of age—is a ht-
oct 37 v that P“ r po?o. *. tie cross-eyed, and has holes in his ears for rings,
P19B Which he usuully wears. He has been employed
Jj Aodorsnno ^ Churches Es^ Mustard or Frank Twiggs—He runaway about the 15th of
Chlrigs xvorih Lozenges July last, arid has since been frequently heard of
Thompsons feeth paste in the heighbourhood of Purisbui'g and Ebcnejer.
Churches ren t, a ■ ‘ lo water HANNAH, the property of Maj. Janies Beall, a
Andersnn« C ° U ® j^ ro P s Kogers vegetable l large woman about 26 years of ago, the niece ol
Baisom H onn „ d6 „ phlmonic detergent Frank, who ranaxvay at the same time, and is jjo
Audlerslnn^ Hearlem oil doubt xvith him. , , ,
r^„!, c ?, len . a hve British oil - Fifty dollars xvill bo paid for the delivery of
Henryscane’d magnesia Frank to his owner in Savannah, or for lodging
n-4 , » 1 him iti the Savannah Jail—apd twenty five dol
lars forth# delivery of Hannah to her owner, ip
Richmond County, or in the Augusta Jail.
G. B. LAMAR,
oct 22 CAjiUM
For further information please call at Captiiin
M’Lean'rt, Lincoln Street.
sept 28 182 ; ^
M‘Intosh Academy. ;
W ANTED, for the above institution, a
TEACHER, who. can furnish letters of re
ference as to qualifications,character,&c. address^
ed to James Smith, Esq.
EF The Savannah Republican and NewA ork
Evening Post, will give tlie above three insertions
and forward their accounts for payment.
Oct 30 m201 A. B. POWELL.
Near the Catholic Church.
T llE sdhScriber xvill recommence his Evening |
School on the fit'st Monday in October.—
Those young gehtlcmen who wish to prepare |
themselves forthe Counting House, orMeehanics,
xvill please to make early application.
EP Four children maybe accommodated with
board d'C. in the subscribers family,
sept 28 tL*182 PETER-HYNES
T HE subscriber informs his friends amlpidrons,
that his room having been tiioroughjy ojehn-
ed and repaired, his School for Young Misses mul I
Masters is now open for tlie season.
Having taken into consideration tlie present de
pression ofbus'moss and consequent scarcity of
money, he lias determined to loxvcr tlie price of
tuition accordingly. The terms xvill herbufter be |
TWELVE DOLI.ARS per quarter.
The school for gentlemen is alsri open in the j
evening. , ..
O’ Persons xvishing to see the subscriber xvill
please call at his dxvelling, corner of Drayton Und
Slate Streets. JOHN C. LEGE;
nov 1 p||202 , ,. .
’ The three story brick build-1
ingonlhe Bay, lately occupied
by Jam *s Dickson Co as a Whole-1
sale Dry' Good Store. Apply to
C.W. ROCKWELL 4-(
The brick house in South
Broad Street, belonging to the
est. Thos. Gardner, dec. At present
i occupied by Thomas Butler, Esq. For |
terms, apply to H. KIRBY.
, sept 28 I.1B2
JOHN DAVIDSON, Agent.
Third company Election.
An Election for first and
second Lieutenant# and'an
Ensigh for tlie Third Beat j change Coiridijlee
ON Thursday next, the 11th inst.
I N front of the exchange betxvcen tlie hours oj :
10 and 11 A. M. xvill be leased for one year
, The Rooms in the Exchange.
Leased under the Supcrintoiidaucc of tho Ei;
Tho Store and Dwelling John
ston’s Square, lately occupied j
by Mr. T. Walton, nnd Mrs. Blogg.
Apply to M. GRIFFITH,
Txvo dxvelling Houses on State
street j-Columbia' Ward. Apply
JNO. F. LLOYD.
To be Let,
The xvell knoxvri’ STORE in |
Whitiikcr-Strect, at present oc
cupied by Messrs Hazard 4' Densloxv, j
ns a Paint and Oil Store. Possession
given immediately. For particulars apply to
LAV 4- HENDRICKSON; *
oct 25 , l196 '
To Rent. »
A HOUSE in Broughton-
Street, opposite the residence
of Mr. Mason, enquire of
Mrs. El '
Mrs. ELIZA LLOYD.
. 4 *
U lI c .^? eoU Eqnrops not refs v6l
■■““'ot lenat’’ “"“'“"ini
Can conatanHy b c hod at t ho stor( , „ r
Chemists anting H . EN ORICKSON,
'9Ppt'2S Shad's Buildings:
Company, will take place at the j
office of Justice Russf.ll on Thurs
day the \8th of November inst. .
A draft for the number pf non
commissioned officers, required by I
law will also take place at the same
C. II. HAYDEN,
Ciipt. 3d Company,
hov 1 202
An election is hereby or
dered to be held at the Mar
ket House, on the twenty fourth
instant, for a ’/later to the First
Regi ent, Georgia Militia.
Tlie Poll will open at eleVen
o’clock, A. M. .
Captain, S. F.'
Capt. 2d Beat Com.
hov 3 204
J. B. HERBERT & Go.
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Chests, half chests, ten cattys,five cat.
tys and cannisters Hyson Tea '
Ten cattys,five cattys and cannisterslMPEniAL and
Hyson skin, tonkay, souchong and Bohen Teas
All of xvhich.are of the latest importation, and
will be sold on accommodating terms. v
sept 28 182
29th .October 1,824,
"[YfOTICE-—Proposals will be received at this
JN Office until the 10th December next, for sup-
iplying the Guard house vith xvood and lights—
F; M. STONE, Marslial.
msmn® I . ,
T HE Subscribers having taken that xvell knoxvn I arid keeping the same clean—also, for Sweeping J them, that lie may at all times be found at tlm Ot-
housc, the Georgia Hotel, xvill accommodate aud keeping in order, the Police office; flee of Messrs/ Davies Up Berrien, situalecLin: Ilua-
steady boahieni and transmit persons, on the most • frrtm ika nitnntn*. ki.ii,iih«n n iii»ii»» • .
reasonable terms. Their tnble will be supplied
By' Calvin Baker.
On the first Tuesday in December next,
Will be sold in front of the Court Ifbus ■ in t’nj-
City, at 11 o’clock. All th'e personal properly
of Wm. Mayhexv, deeqasede
Consisting of a
On Lot No. 31, Liberty Ward and orrr-
on partof Lot No. 2, Jckyll TyWiing •;
Darby Ward,ana sundry CARPENTERS TOOI/H.
Sold by order of the Administrators.j ** *■
Oct 22 194
ON THURSDAY, ‘25th Nov. next at 4 part 10 flV
clock, xvill bo sold in front of his Auction store.,
#11 the . ' '
Household. Furnitu re.
Belong to the estate of Hugh M'Call, deceased.—
Consisting of ,
Side Boards, Bureaus, Dining 'Tahirs,
Chairs, Carpets, Lootcing .Glasses, Glass-
Ware, Beds and Bedding, Bedsteads, and.
. Together with a quantity of
Plated aiid silverWare.
ALSO, . • ;
A quantity <jf
Madeira. Wines, in bqtttles.
Sold by permission of tbe Hon. the Inferior
Corirt of Chatham CoIl. 1 ty, by order of the Ex
ecutor ; ' -.fd
Oct 16 190 V i
“ ' ' LAW . - '
T HE subscriber tenders his,professional snrvi-
: ccs to the public.; and begs leave to inform
T HIS Institution will againi open for the re-1 " They have "nfso taken the extensivo Staples at-
ception of pupils, on MONDAY, the first day tnc i )ec f to that building, svhere tliey euiinecbmmo-
xvith tlie best the market affords, and ex-ery atteti-
tion xvill be paid to those xvho may favor tiienl
of November next’, under tlie sUperliitendmicc, as
heretofore, ofthe Rev. Mr. Carter, xvlio will be
assisted by competent teachers,iii the Female and
Mule Departments. .
Tickets of admission must be Obtained from the
undersigned, and no scholar xvill be permitted to
remain after tlie lapse of threo days, xvithout one.
1st. Class—Spelling and Reading per qr. $8 00
2d. Class—With' Writing, ^eograpliy, .
Gramar, and Arithmetic, - 10 00
3d. Class—Do. with Mutliematics, and
Latin, and Greeks Languages, 13 50
date a large number of horses, either by the month
or any shorter period.
DOP80N & MURPHY..
oct 12 ... *i*l89 1 -
To bo Leased,
F OR ft number of years, tho Southern half’of
Lot No. 6, Reynolds Ward, on. the Corner of
Broughton and Abercorn streets; a very eligible
situation for a dwelling house. Apply to
A. J. PRATT.
oct 14 ,, tiiit89.
' Assize of Dread.
T HE average price offlour being $6J pec brr-
rel, 196 xveitlht, the weight of bread for,
2d Class—Do xvitSWriting and Arithmetic 10 00 I '’espnt month must be
Extract from the minutes,
SOL. COHEN, c. c.prb tern.
pet 29 200 .
29th October, 1824;
I N Conformity With a resolution of Codncil No
tice is hereby given\Jbat on the second regular
meeting in Nov; nest; Council xvill proceed to
elect a City Treasure^, to fill the vacancy occa,
sionedby tho decease of John I. Roberts. '-
Extract from the minutes. ,
SOL. COHEN, c. 6. pro tern.
pet 29 200
Wanted to Hire.
rj5EN or fifteen prime field hands for whom lib*'
eral wages xvill be given.
Oct’ 21 11193
3d Class—Do with Geography, Astronomy^,
History, £ic. • ' 5?
4th Class—With Drawing, Painting, &c. 15 00
W. Ti WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
Brought to Jail.
I 'N Savannah on the 1st inst. a nej
says his name is York, and that
Henry Tavlor, of Black Sxvamp,S,
r 2S«;w iS hntrer* nnA fiMler? of brand will take I ranaxvay about three years and a half ago, he is 5
of which all bakers, and sellers.ot bread W01 take inches high and about 30 years of age-
due notice. -■ n0 v'3 204 /NO. I. DEWS, r. cue.
gsto m . . • i
ter’s buildings.on the Bay.
JOSEPH VALLENCE BEVAN.
' Savafinah, Octj,26,1824. , . . !
O’ The Constitutionalist, Georgia Journal,arid
Washington Nexx's,-are requested to give the uj
bovc 3 insertions, xx'cekly.
. ,. c ; Li[) Balsam.,
T HIS Bnlsam is highly recommended for tlm
cure of sore' apd chopped Lips. It is said tr>
give immediate relief--a Supply of it caii lie had
at the store of.
. LAY & HENDRICKSON,
nov 3 ' ■ • , ;I
Liberty Superior Gchirt.
To the Jurors, Witnesses and Suitors in the same.
T HE Judge of the Superior Courts of tho east
ern District jmx-ing been Called to a qeriven-
j tion r.f- the Judges at Millodgcville, the Supe
rior Court of Liberty County xvill be adjourned.
By order of his Ho“nor James M. Wayne, Ju
of the Superior Court, f E. BAKER, e.r .s