TUESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 13, 1829.
* \yhole Ntf.
—.up BubioriMr having qualified on
fflHp , h losepli Law sen.
J. " l0 '' V ,< ,nntv 'requests ull persons
f ul,e i' y n ^ , against the esuto to pro-
Mtested. and all porto". in*
PM^’san.e.toennte totwattl ami
"take payment. |g HN s> LAWl
r to m brig Cent and rchr. IV. H-
O lt.irrrls and 20 half ditto no 2,
Mackerel, and 150 ditto no 3 do.
'liifinghain Conn t if,
Pl’ItToll BoURT, Joiv Tbum. 1820.
U ,iia petition of William Morel, sta-
lune dm oxislenco to loss and pi tying
-IgLmfont of a certain imiiftlsiory
,'*°3nLd severally mode mid signed
CthtaKf said county deceased.
ffi'Jutliaffloounty., I3«h February,
E . , at aidetoWilliam Morel, or
[v, notlinfuictltol.t day of January
L Va tfosnin of twenty fivo dollars,for
«' ■ . -i n y whereof, with tlto
Brought to Jail.
I N Savannah, on the loth inst. a negro
man who soya his name is JERRY,
and that lie' belongs to the State of (loot,
gia, that he runaway from the Cliatulion-
clioc river about 4 months ago—he is 5
feet 8 inches high, and about 33 years of
agoilio is of a yellow complexion and stut-
ters tthen speaking.
JOHN I DEWS, J.o.c.
nog 18 180
Brought to Jail,
I N Savannah on the loth inst. n negro
man who says Ins name is .SIMON,
and that lie belongs In the State of Geor-
gia, that hcranaway from the Chatahoo*
dies River about 4 months ago-rho is 4
feel 5 3-4 inches high and about 24 years
of age—lie has Inst one of his froiit teeth.
JOHN I. DKW9, j.c.c.
Brought to Jail.
^N Savannah, on the loth inst. a negro
JL man who says his name is NED, and
that he belongs to the State of Ocoigia,
that he runaway from the Chstahoorhee
rivet about 4 months ago, he is 5 feet 8
inches high and about 23 vears t
. JOHN l.DEWS c. e.
a tig 10 ISO
rX acting and qualified adm n.slrainr
ith, said William <1.
ltd the heirs and representatives « «
Till,am J. Mulrypo. deceased, do shew
Cm. on or before .be fits, day of the next
inn ol this Court, "liv tlto P™ V<« ! ,f lh £
Lfin er should not "e ersnted, ahtl it is
tuber ordered that this rule be published
knneofrtlic pqblic.GaxcItts of the < itv
■ Savannah, once a inuntli until the time
tpointed foi site ring cause thereof.
' Exiraot ftnni therninnles,
JMO. i'll A III.TON, Cllt.
I July 18 18"5 '■
flOUR menths after date application
will be made In the- Him. the Jnsll-
softhe Inferior Court or Liberty Cntin-
, for leave to sell one hundred acres of
kail belonging to the enisle of llonald Fra*
h,far die benefit of the built ami oieditori
|f said estate^ ARET R p R A 3 „,
|julr>4 |70 Executrix.
I0UR Months after ilatn application
_ will be made t ■ the linn the Justices
If tlto Inferior Court or Emanuel mmntv
If leave to sell all the real estate of James
i,lev, dee for the benefit of the heirs and
Idliters of said estate
TIIOMA SWINEY. 'dm'or.
| iuly 28 171
Lately arrived <tnd now lauding ftmn brig
MUntic at Jones’ upper wbaif
1£V TO VS of 1 4|t«.t I it y S iv piIpi
4 \P\" Iron, comprising a foil and
|pmplpte auortuicut of ill sizes.
For mile liv
If A Mt, fill AFT KH * TUPP15II.
f&fjrnnli. Sppt. 10 1829
SAVANN AH, Sept. 15. 1829
VIE Owners of Stock in the Sevan
ask ‘Exchange’ are hereby notified
t strrsable to a resolution of Connell
l(M of said Slock will be redeemed on
| Wore the 20th ofNnvomber next, and
r 1 I am now prepared to nay the same at
M. W. STEWART,.c. t.
[sept 15 tea
i LL persons having demands agninst
.. the estate of John J Ihlcy, are re.
led to present them duly attested and
! indebted to said estate will make
yment forthwith to
, 1A J. CHARLTON, Adm’r.
!“>P> 10 M. I.UILBV, Adtn’x.
persons indebted tnthe late Wu.-
V cmms Gielett, will be pleased to
... *o the subscriber j and
laving demands against the same
present them to
JAM IPS HIGGINBOTTOM,
n „ „ Administrator
1 broe Rum, (g. C.) Sept. 7th,1929,
I 'I't 1 ;" 0 "’ indebted to the Estate of
L Ut. Iuijah Gillett, will ho plea-
to make payment to the subscriber;
Imv| "ft demands against the
™e. “til present them to
Ad’ntnr. ilc bonis non.
— 1 _ with the will nnnexed.
* hro ° Runs,(S. C.JSept. 7th, 1820.
1 201 i
Brought to Jail.
TN B.tvannah, on the 25th ultimo, a ne-
JL gro man, w ho says his name is TO
■ E Y.nnd that he belongs to AVilliani Ileal
of Richmond County, tin. that he rana« av
alinttl two week, ago, he is 5 fee- 8 I -2 in
ches high babout 35 veatsofage—the top
of his head is gray.
JOHN I DEWH.j.c. c.
Brought to Jail.
I N Savannah, on the 81st ultimo, n ne
gro m m who sa sjiis name Is is A AH
and that he belongsMoBevill Cook of El-
tiesrl t 'ounty. CH“ that ho rsnnway ahont
three weeks nco—lie is 4 feet t 3-4 inches
high ,nd about 45 rears of age, tie has a
sour on his chin. , ,
JOHN T DF.WS. j. c. o
Brought to Jail.
t v R.ivannuh on tin* 10tl» Ini . a n«8rti
man wli.i »nvs his ii<nne is MOS ’ S,nnd
UM he helonz* to Wm Rell» of Atuorne
County* Georgia, that he rnnawny ohirul
tour weeks a«»o. lie Is 5 -feet 6 1st Inches
hit'll .uni .thou! 43 yeirs of . ge.
»< pt2i J. I. ^KWSs j. c. c
Brought to JhiL
I V fl.ivannnh on the win May n negio
man who says his name is JANUA
RY, and that he belongs to Edward t’his
nlinn. of y outh Carolina, thsfche ratm -ay
about one sreAgtaLhe is elect 2 inches
high and nbmil^i^llirs of age. he has Inst
several.if his front teeth,
auc B J. I. DEWS. ). c. c.
. Brought to Jail.
I N Savannah, on the - Id nit. a mulatto
woman who sayshername is VEI.I.Y
ami 'hat she belongs to the estate of Edwd
Bryan, Twigg,'County. Georgia, and tit it
sue runaway about two months ago She
is 5 feet I I -2 inches high and about 22
years of age.
Committed to Jail,
A T Ooosnwhatcbie* on th** 15ih ofMav
lust, a negro man named fiKOHOR
who say* he belongs to the Onkmulgee
Navigation Company in Georgia, of whom
Air. llobeit MoCall is agent; he is about
35 vears of age, 5/pet 7 nr.fi inches high
j'ulv 13 J. J. nfeoK, J B. n.
Committed to Jail,
A T Coosawhatchle. on the 25tlt ALireli
/%. last, a negro man who says his name
is JOE, who first claimed Mr Richard El
lis qs his m ister, lint since says he belongs
to n Mr. J dm Thierco, who lives about 4
miles from Savannah; he is about 5 feet
0 inches high, and about fortv years of age
J. J.BECK, J. ».D,
jnly t3 103
I act 3
B Y leave of the Inferior Court of this
County, will |ie sold on the Firsi
Tuesday of December, for the benefit ot
the creditors, that valuable and ijnproml
plantation, on SUidavva) Island, contain
ing 630 acres, and known by the name of
TllO.^. U. P. CHARLTON,,
Adm’r. <le bonis non, &c.
sept 15 103
Committees of Council.
O N Finance.—Aldermen Owens, Cuv
ier, Welman and Andtuson.
On Dry Culture—Onylor, Anderson and
r f* • Marlow,
I A r" c,!iv ed a fresh supply of
™?iL AND AMERICAN
— A Variety of
^fire iioaVd prints.
TntVt^ n , lber Factorage.
Si all!’*' inrm. his friend, and
Ptblic, that lie continues the
umber Factorage anil
»uba ,!i m f'^ Hsion Bminesa,
'''I 0anal ’ hi *
grateful tbViit’i’ffli^S^y ° rrctu tnlng his
|«toaisc3 the lain n " ,| M 80 liberally
fc re, W«f»® & jfffipfLfc “row/.
, ! ' u ’, h A ro . of "’ 6 " ni "°
Wgn iBCA*t H WyJULY '
Oii Health and Cemetery—Clark. Shef-
ti.ll und Waring.
On Public Sales and City lots—Bond,
Owens and Cuvier.
On theMurket.—Sheftall, Sliaficr and
On Pumps.—Shaffer, Clark and Brown.
On Accounts.—Shiek,-Blown and Ow
On Stmts and Lancs.—Waring, Wel
man and Shink. ,
On Lamps.—Gaudry, Shoftall antlOil-
dun . . .
On the Fne Department.—Brown, block
On Ifce Exchange.—Olldon, Clark and
On Docks and tFhurvcs.—Wcjtpan,
Anderson and Clark.
Extract trom the Minutes,
copt SO 197
T O prevent the Introduction of passen
ger, whu are aliens into the port of
Savannah, during (lie months of July, Au
gust. September and October.
Whereas it has been the practice of mas
ters of vessels to bring a number of passen-
geis, natives of fureigu countries inlo tile
port uf Snvaimnh.during the sickly months
thereby exposing to almost certain death
individuals whose constitution, are hut illy
adapted to the insalubrious climate of that
city, and thereby subjects the community
to un eironeous expense :
Ho it thorefoio enacted by the Senate nnd
House of llopreieutalives in General As
sembly met, and it is Iteieby enacted by
the authority of thes.une. That any mas
ter or cominaudor of anv ship or vessel ar
riving between the first of July and lust
day of October inclusive, from a foreign
country or from any part of the U. Stales,
who shall, enter his ves el at tile Custom
House in the city of Savannah, shall within
twenty-four hourtafter such entry, make
aVport in writing on oath to the Mayor of
said i ity, of the age. name and aceupation
ofeverv person, who sit ill have been brought
as passenger in such ship sir vessel on Iter
last voyage, upon pain of forfeiting for eve
ry neglect or omission tnmnke such report
the sum ol seventy five dollars, f.-r every
alien neglected to bn 10 toported afore
§ 8 And he it further enacted, That it
shall be lawful fur the said Mayor, or in Ills
sickness or absence anv person legally an
thnrtzed to act in hit place, to require evo
r- such master of such ship or vessel, to be
hound will two sufficient securities to the
Mnvnr and Aldermen of the city of Savan
nah, in such sums as t ho Mayor or such per
son so legally ntithoiizetl a.s aforesaid, may
think propei not exceed ng tnroe hundred
tlollnrs for each passenger, to indemnify
a id save harmless, the said Mayor and A1
dermen.and the commissioners of the poor
house and hospital, and their successors
from all a tl every expo.ise and charge
wnicli shall or may lie incurred for the
niulmen mre and support of anv such per
son so introducer), and fin the maintenance
and support of the child or children of any
such person which may he born after such
iim oriatinu, inc.ne such prison,oImport
e.i, nr anv such chilyl or childieu, shall at
my time - ithin six months nlier the said
mportution lie nine chargeable to the said
city, and if inv sneh person so brought ns
fore,idil, nnd not broil a a ct izen of the
I. States, shall he permitted or suffered to
land wi’hin said city fro nany such ship or
vessel, before such bond shall have been
given, and without a permission in writing
fruiu tlie said Mayor, or person so legally
authorized as nfmesaid, the master or com
inanilcr of such ship m vessel shall be sub
ject to the penalty of three hundred dollar,
for every person so suffered or permitted to
land as aloiesaid.
§ 4. And he it further enacted, That if
nn > p rsem w ho inav have been a passenger
in such ship or vessel, and not being a rati
zen of tneU. States, shall be sutrered to
laud from such ship ur vessel at any place
ithin the distance uf 50 miles front the suitl
ity, with intent in proceed to llie-said city
otherwise than in the said ship or vessel,
the master or comma tier thereof shall lie
liable tolhe like penally of three hundred
dollars for every such person so sulfered or
permitted to land,
§ l. And he it further enacted, Thai if
any householder in said oily shall,knowing
ly, entertain in Ills Ituuse or family,
any alien so landed as aforesaid,& shall nut
report such alien to the said Mayor, nr in
case of his sickness or absence, any person
lejallv authorized to officiate in his place,
within the twenty foul hours after such cu
ICI tain mem commenced, he nr she shall
fi rfoU and pay the sum of fifty dollars for
every such alien so entertained.
§ 5. And lie it further rnacted, That nil
and singular the said penalties and forfeit^
ures arising in said city, shall and may be
sued for and recovered with full costs of
suit by action ofdebt in the Superior court
of litis slate, iri tire name of said Mayor
anil Aldermen, and when rexove.retl by
them shall he applied towards tlto itippo.l
of the poor of live said city, and the do
fendant in every such suit shall be held to
special bail, ind upon every such trial for
any penalty trr forfeiture supposed to lie in
curred by the landing of nny such persons
asaforesaid within the said city, the same
lauding shall he presumed unless the de
fendant shall prove that the said person was
taken or sent to some fprejgn country
without having been suffered to land asa-
§ 7. And bo it further enacted, That
every ship or vessel from which such alien
shall have been so landed without permis
sion in writing from the said .Mayor or per*
son so legallv authorized ns aforesaid in
his place shall he liable for the said penal
ties, nnd may lie proceeded against by at
taohmen! or any other mode in similar ea
ses allowed by law nnloss tlto owner there
of or their agents shall give bond with sure
ties to the sheriff nr his deputy in the name
of the Mayor and Aldcnnen for tlto pay
ment oftha said penalties and evorv ol
them win cl! tuny iiuiu been incurred du
ring or since the Inst voynge ol the said
ship or vessel, ot for paying the value of
such ship or vessel towards the satisfaction
of such penalties as may have lie n so in
curred by suffering nny alien to land as n-
forosaid, and such valuo shall ho ascertain
ed by the wardens of the port of Savan
nah, or any two of thorn.
DAVID AD AMS,
Sneakor of the House of Representatives
President ttf the Senate.
Assented tn, 22d December, 1819.
JOHN CLARK, Governor,
T HE Subscriber has taken chare*- of,
nnd will keep undei his own direc
tion, the warehouse first built l»y himself,
and by an Act of the Legislature of i821,
intended lo be a public wat’ehoutft, in
Hamburg, for the stor ige of cotton and
tobdcco.—A tobai ctf inspection to bo kept
therein. This warehouse, for convenience
and safety from fire, if not superior, is in
ferior to none in this pait of the country—
It is 300 feet in length and 50 feet in u idth.
nitli a plank floor—situated in the centre
of the town, on the bank of the ,Savannah
River, nnd within 100 feet ol the stream.
The other three sides ore bounded bv
streets, one of 160 feet.one of loo feet,and
one of H0 icet. Two platforms will ex
tend from the warehouse to the river; so
that cotton will ho put on boats without
touching the ground, except when the riv
er is very low.
For Inspection and Storage
of Tobacco for 8 months,
per hltd, SI 50
Foi Storage of Cotton and
delivery on the river hank
each bale per month. 12 1-2
Fo forwarding either to Sa-
vannah ui Charleston, per
bale 12 1-2
Liberal advances on produce placed un
der hi> charge, will no made for n modernlo
premium, or customary rates. He will
take the shod- care, and u,e tha same dili
gence for others as lie would for himself.
He nill adhere to and go on with his. o-
liginal plan -vit>, regard to Iho building of
the to mi of I lambing—all imprisonments,
personal violence end persecutions, end all
the farsical SherilPs Sales of Hamburg, to
the contrary notwithstanding.
If John Williamsimi and his colleagues
waul a town, let them do as I have done—
I will however, accept of all their spare
change ta help along the nccoui|,lislunrnt
oftltai great undertaking ; hut the Town
hev shell never have. | htlilt it for my
self ; not foi them.—And if I had the a-
hililias anil perseverance to build n Town,
the will find that I have abilities and perse
verance enough lo take cere of it,
He will he duly thankful to ell who fa
vor him with their custom.
HI NRY SHULTZ.
H AMBUItG, Sept 48th. 1929.
P. S.I am proud to sa. that the Ham
burg merchants have supplied themselses
this season, with more goods ol all kinds
than nl any loriner period, particularly
such as salt, Iron, sugar, coffee, bagging,
dry-goods, &c. Several new stipes nave
already opened, and others will open very
shortly The usual spirited disposition
prevails tu give as heretofore, at least as
much, if nnt more, for cotton, than in any
oilier city or to><nin the np-rmint.y.
As (or niouei, none will be countenan
ced uni ss it is founded on a solid basis;
nnd should other'he taken in -the market,
or should any monied institution in which
he market and country are interested, git
beyond what might be considered just and
pindenirimmcdinleunficeaflt will be gi
ven. without fenror fevnr.
Under all llmse favorable circumstances
I am induced to hope that the rnrmnoiiitv
and country generally, wifi find it to their
interest to lavur us with tl'teir custom.
net 8 201p
Paints and Paint Oil. -
Navt Cosistis3ioNERs* Office, .
S I Oils .-September in-20.
BALED Pioposals will he received at
•his Office until 1st November next,
to supply all the Paints and P rint Oil tlr.it
may he required lor the service of the year
1880, nl the Navy Yards Portsmouth, N.
II. Charlestown, Mass. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Philadelphia, Washington, and Gosport.
Va. to be delivered upon the requisitions of
tlie Commanding Officers of the Navy
Yardi. respectively, or of the Navy Agents,
s as S -i'.^ n 5
o- S W3'1 rr.—
2 -“ as ~ ^
j " 5
o S O O O O o o go =
O o O O O 0 o
• o. a. 5 s.
o o i: o =•
=- "■ p.2
8* S-SS-m I- Hi
■■ensured conformably t. (he printed rulea
prescribed by the t'ominlsiioners, dated
Bept. 1st 1828, or such oilier inspection
nnd measurement as they nmy direct, nod
must Ire delivered by the 1st ufDcceqiber,
18.10. The certificate of two respectable
persons tlint ihe limber was out a ithin the
piescribed limits, must accompany each
ca go delivered. The cordage must be
made of clean water rotted hemp. Iht*) arils
to lie tarred at least three months hefuie be
ing luirl into cordage; the cordage must ho
of such s-r.es as may bo inquired liv the ics-
pe, live Commandants, and must stand tiro
proof ns ablisbed at the respective N»vy
Yards. Hidden must state their nrirn firf
• patent,ami. for "common luirl." The
copper inns; l.cef the hell qmdity.nnd con
sist of such kinds and sizes ns th respec
tive cutniimndanls may require; the slicnthi
ing copper must lie cold rolled; the whole
on delivery must undergo Hie inspection
of thp-Navy Yards, or such oilier inspec
tion as the Commissioners may direct.' All
deliveries most be mnde freo from all ex
pense to the Government
To l e published twine a week nr the No
tional Intelligencer; U- rt. Telegnjrfl, Bal
timore Republican, American Sentinel, N.
Y. Courier uml Enquirer, B/dvTderire Pat
riot, .iclmvind I nquirer. Norfolk Herald,
R high Srar,Cliarlr-tnn I’nlrim Savannah
Republican, Louisiana Adveti-.ser.
sept 28 198
L 3 Q.^ Cs 3 Su 3
2;°^ 2e3 8-3 2.45 a
-5.5.. o. a. o. a. a :
. o. a eu a.1
- — e i_
All (lie articles must be of the best qual
ity; must be delivered in sound subs aiuiul
boxes, barrels, casks, nr other suitable and
plotter packages, in good shipping order,
free of all expense to tiro government; and
no .illoe mice will bo made for boxes, bar
rels, casks, or env other packages whatev
er. On delivery tile aril, les must be sub
mitted lo the inspection of the respective
Navy A’ards. nr such oilier inspection as
tlie Cumniissiiniers may direct.
Persons making offers urns' affix a price
lo each and avory article, otherwne their
Iritis w ill nut he considered! they must be
endorsed "Offer to fill nidi Taints anil
Paint Oil for the year 1830.”
To he published twice a week in ilieNa-
tional Intelligencer, United Stales’ Tele
graph, Baltimore Itcpublirao, Amenran
Sentinel. New York Courier .V Enquirer.
Providence Patriot, Raleigh Star, Char
leston Paliint, Savannah Republican, Lou
isiana Advertiser, Richmond Enquirer
sept 26 108
Groceries, Slop Clotlijug*-
and Navy Bread.
Navr Commissioners’ Office,
10th Septemlier 1829.
S I'ALF,bPROPOSALW.n| be rel
ceiverl at this Offi- e until the 1st of
November n xt.ln furnish all the Groceries,
Slop Clothing, and Sony Hread, Him m y
ne ii qoiri'd-fluting the year 11130, f , .he
N ival service, at the Navy Y Vds, t'oit,.
tnotiili, N. ll.Charlestu.n. iil.ss. Ilto- k-
Ivn New York, Philadelphia. Haltiniure,
Washington, and Gosport, Va. to he. fop
oislicd upon till requisitions ol Hie respec
tive 1 ’atmuariding Officers or Navy A-
hiskey.best quality, 1st
prnnl. 1-4 at le si rye, per gallon.
White Means, sound per bushel.
While l'e-rs, sound fin
Rice, fresh per pound,
■perm Oil, Wlntci strained per gallon.
jiciin Caudles per pnun.l.
Superfine Flopr per barrel.
-Id tP CLOTHING.
Drab Pea Jackets, each
Timber, Cordage, & Cop
Navt Commissioner** Office,
IGilt HephMiiljer. 1829
jCJ RALF.H proposals « II be received at
C5 ill soffi e until the |ji N'»veinl)fii next
to Mipply the following White Oak ami
Yellow Fine Flank Hiocks U hite Oak
Knees, and Musis and £imr Timber, to he
■TV. “ “
deiiveind at the Navy Yards Portsmouth,
iV. II. Chatlestnwn. Mass. Ilrooklyu, N- Y
Philadelphia, Washington, and Norfolk:
and all the cordage and copper (hat may be
By the President of the U. r 'T" r|,<i b > , llle respective Commanding
JjlOUR months after date,
___ ivilTho made to the Hon. Ilm Justi
ces oftho Inferior court of Emanuel coun
ty , for leave lo soli nil the real estate of
"nnies 1. Anderson for the benefit of the
leirs & creditors. TUOS. WINN LA.
Hiding from brig Courier.
KflUSl choice Goshen Blitter,
For sole by
COHEN & MILLER,
M BOXES superior Malaga Lemons
f just landed and lor sale by
HALL SHATTER & TUPPER.
I N pursuance of,law, I, Andrew Jack
son, President of the United Stales ol
America do hereby declare and innko
known that a public sale will be held at
the Land Office at St Helena Court House,
in tlie State of Louisiana,-on the sccand
Monday in Novembor next, for the dispo
sal uf the unappropriated public lands with
in thfi limit of the undermentioned town
ships, situate in toe Land District West of
Pearl River,and East of the Island of New-
t Irleans, to w it:
Township two, of Range one,
Townships one, two, three, five and six.
of Range tivo.
Townships one, two, three, four, fivo
and six. of Rnnge'threo.
Townships one, two, three, four, six and
seven, ami Iraotional townships eight and
nino, of Range four.
Townships one, two, three, film, five,six
nnd seven, and fractional township eight,
of Range five.
Townships ono, two, threo, four, five, six
and seven, and fraciionul township eight,of
Townships line, two, threo, four, five,six
and soven. and fractional township eight,uf
Range seven. w
Townships one, two, three, four, five,six
and seven, and Itactioual township eight,of
Townships one, two, three, four, five, six
and seven of llnngo nino,
Tho above townships are all situate south
oftho thirty first degree of latitude, and
East ol the Meridian, and embrace nearly
all the lands lying on the Amite. Tick law.
nd Tangapaiin rivers.
The townships will be offered in the or
der above designated, beginning With the
lowest number of section in each.
Tho hinds reserved fyy law for tho use of
schools, or for o,!hcr purposes, will be ex
cluded from sale.
Given under my hand at tlto city nf
Washington, this thirteenth day of
June, A.D. 1929.
(Signed) ANDREW JACKSON.
Bv tho President,
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
- To lie published in the Natchez States
man, Jackson Journal, Louisiana Adverti
ser. Allapapa Gazette, Huntsville Demo
crat, Mobile Register. Baltimare Republi
can, Philadelphia Sentinel, Richmond
Enquirer, Raleigh Star, Charleston Mcr-
'ettry. Savannah Republican, Augusta
Chrnnicle.Nashville Republican, & Louis
jtlly 28 171
Blue Cloili Trowscri,
Do do Ja'-k'ts,
Do do V‘*st*.
hite Finutie! Shirts,
Do do Drawers,
Black .Silk Hdkfs*
Wonl Hat .
Curled hair Mattrasses,
\t all ilie iliove mentioned
Officers of the said ,\avr Yards, to be do
llVerurl upon their requisitions, fi.r the ser
vice nf Hie yen. 193U.
Il'hite Oak and Yellow Pine Ptank Stocks
At Portsmouth, 5U00 cubic feet best while
rink plana stocks
7980 do best long leaf j el-
lo» pine ptank
town, 10,000 do best white oak
13,000 do best longleuryel-
low pine plank
At Brooklyn, 25,000 do best white oak
18,000 do best long leaf ycl
luiv pure plank
5,000 do best sv|rite oak
5,000 do best long leaf /el-
low pine plunk
FIRKINS, prime Goihen'Buttor
JLxJ Foi sale by
4.000 do best white oak
4,000 do best longlenfyol
low piue plank
At Gosport, 25.000 do best white oak
16,000 do best long leafyel
low pine plank
White oak knees nt Boston, New.York,
and Norfolk, front 0 feet 0 inches lo 7 foet
body, from 5 feet to 5 feet 6 inches arm,
and lo side from Q to U inches nett siding,
Masts and spar timber ot Norfolk, for the
lower masts and bowspiits, topmasts and
jib booms,and lower ynrds complete for one
74, one 4 , onu stoop of war ol the first,
and ono sloop ol war of the second class
per cubic foot* The pine plank stocks and
mast and spar timber must he the best
quality long leaf, fine grain, heart, south
ern yellow pine; the plank stocks,and mast,
and spar timber must he free from sap
heart shakes, and all other defects; the
plank stocks must not be less than 35 and
must average 45 feet in length; the pine
must squate not less than 14 nor more than
16 inches at tho butt, and may square one
fourth less at tltfe U)p end. The oak plank
stocks must square not less than 14 inch
at the butt, and may square one-fourth
le«s at the top-end; thpy must have .grown
on lands near to salt water, or otherwise
within the influence oftho sea or salt watet
air. The dimensions of the mast and spar
timberwill be furnished to personsjntendiug
to make offers, by the commanding officer'
of tho Navy Yard, Gosport, Va. All the
aforementioned limber must have been cm
or the tiees have been girdled “between the
20th of October, nnd the 2Qih of February
pext^on delivery it will be inspected, and
And all the Navy Bread that may he
required at the Raid Navy Ynrds, and ut
the Navy Yard Pensacola West Florida*
All the articles must he nf the be* qual*
ity. The Slop Clothing and Navy Bread
must he fullv equal in the sample*, or pat
terns in the possession of the lesprctivo
Commandants, by whom they will bn
shewn to ail po sons who nt iy wish to qee
them. The Blue loth J.ickcts/lVowsers,
and Vests, must he made «>f Indigo dy ed
Glotli; the Math asses must be made oT
clean cut led hair with thick cotton ticking;
(hey must he six feet long. 28 inches wide,
and must weigh not less than nine pound*,
avoirdupois each. The casks containing
Wbiskev nnd Molasses must have four iron
hoops put on eacli when required by the
respective Commandants, at tho cxpen*»
of the Contractor. All articles inu>t bo
delivered, in sound suhstnnti.il boxes, bar
rels. casks, kegs, or other suitable and pro*
per paekapt.s, in good shipping ord r freo
of expense, and no allow n tee will he made
for boxes, barrels, &c. or any other pack*
ages whatsoever. On delivery the articles
must be submitted to the inspection nf lb*
respee ive Navy Ynrds, or Mich other in*
specthn ns the Commissioners may direct.
Persons making offers will endorse them
•Offer to furnish Groceries,” or
Qlotbtng.” or “Navy Bread, 1 * for the year
1030; they must also affix a price to each
and every article enumerated under eacli
head they may propose to furnish,'other*
wise their offers will nut he calendered
C/**To be published twice t week in the *
National Intelligencer, U; 8. Telegraph,
Baltimore lUpnliiicnn,American Sentinel
N Y Cornier and Enquirer, Providence
Patriot, llurlford Times, Boston States-
iim’ , N. II. Patriot, Richmond Frrquirer,
Norfolk Herald, Raleigh Star, Chaile-tim
Patriot, Savannah Republican, Louisiana
*ept 198 0 .
Landing tVom schv. I’au-
50"™ Cautlles, 4, 6. and 8 to
For sale by
sept 29 J.B. HERBERT.
Wanted lo Purchase.
A NEG>0 boy between 15 and 17
years of ago. Apply at the office
of the Savannah ^Republican. •
; ept 26 198m
A N a.sortimrnt of superior quality jus,
/Aa received and for sail- by
At the Eagle, no 8, Gibbons’ Range. -
sept 44 198'
Fig Flue and Starch.
6% fib. BOXES Gilbert's STARCH,
r*5XF 5 do Fig Blue
Just received apti for sale by
A PARSONS, Druggist,
At tire Eagle No 8 Gibbon’s Range.