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December 1 1799-
Fr«m Oflober H—tO Ofljber 48.
J- THE NEW PILOT BUILT
V* ' ' ' &C H DON Elt
K|i ST. TAMMANY,
at Say's Wharf, above
M.irket Street, burthen 70 t"ns, supposed to be
a remarkable fail failing vefTel, and may befit
ted for sea in * few days. Inventory to be seen
and teriu* of fak: known by applying t6 tke fub
No. 4. South Wa'er Street.
ALSO. FOR SALE,
35 Hhds- Mufcovadj Sugar.
White and brown H*»a*n*h ditto in boxes.
Kaft India do. in bags.
Weft-India and Conntry Rum.
100 Hhds. Molasses.
French and Spanish Brandy-
Pepper, Coffee, &c.
Tie American Philadelphia, cedar and live-
XSE9cSa£*i Daaitl G. Ttllinghafi, maflrt,
latcnJcd to fail early in November, and to return
an early spring (hip to Philadelphia—will he ready
to take in (hortly at Perott* wharf—For freight
or paltage, apply to the captain on «r to
Thofc gentlemen who have goods on ho.ir.l the
Amiable, are cequeftcd to fend their permits on
koard'st wharl, above market ftrect,
where the ship is ready to difoharge.
Has for SaU %
Liverpool high stored fine
SALT and COAL,
©f the fir (I quality ; London refined fait f etre ;
London white lea'd, dry and ground in oil; red
lead; London tin pistes in Voxe? ; Roman tea em
itters in cases; Iriflj linens assorted, 4 and 6 lb.
eannon, Woolwich proof, and 3 and 9 lb ftot.
Odober 15 3? W 3 W
John Clifton, jun.
HAVINC declined his former bnfmefs, of
fers for fait all his Hock, confiltiag of the
following articles, via.
Eighteen pair of Bellow's, five Vices, with all
the other Tools neceflary for condadling the
About 5 tons of Spikes,
of different sizes, joooib. Sheathiug and Draw
ing Nails, a large iffortment of fekle Hooks
and Thimbles, Swivle Hooks, Scrapers, Hin
ges anil Nails, with every other defci iption of
ready made Iron work, suitable for flocking a
Ship SLith's, orfhip Chandler's Store.
All of which he will fell on very reasonable
for cash or jpproved noies.
* ** Apply at No. 80, Swaiifon street, South
NINETEEN remains •( those, who came in the
ship Anna from Hamburgh, and are willing
to fervc for their paflage
Jacob Sperry fc? Co.
Who have on Hand,
Remaining of late importations, and which are of
fered on reafwahle terms, and thetifual credit,
3 3 cases Eftopillas,
Forming a compleat aflbrtment 01 Uni, Raye
Moucbes, pliin an J colcureJ ftripts.
, $7, cases caflerillous
.5 cafcs boccadillos
» cues quadruple filefias
I cafu fuperfine dowlas
* cases counls and I cafe liftados
a cafcs fuperfine Elberielii checks
j cases bed parchet
I cafe Flanders bed-ticks,B 4
10 cases coffee mills, Nos. o">, to No. 6, as
» casts Scythes
5 cales of double Hint cut Decanters quart and
I cafe gill tumblers, and 1 cafe of Travelling
I cafe of quills, I cafe nf common fealingwajr
and 400 Demijohns.
September a;. dfit. jawim.
Gazette of the United States, &
C AT.ICOSS and Chintzes, (a great variety)
Furniture do. do.
Corded Dimities for garments and furniture
Durants, Joans and Calimancoss
B"mbazetta an.l Bombazeens
Printed Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs and
Lawn bordered do.
Jaconet and 3o>k Muslin handkerchiefs
Shawls, Cotton and Chintz, a great variety
Do. Camtl's Hair
Hosiery, Worfled and Cotton of all sizes
Do. China White and Black Silk
Table- Cloths, from 5 4, to 10 by 16-4 with and
Thread, Gauze, Lawns ind CambHcks
J.iconetand Lapett Muslins, coloured and plain
White and Black Lace, Lace Veils, Cloaks and
6 38 S »»
6 39 J a 1
6 40 5 10
- 6 4»- —5 18
- 6 41 5 17
6 44 5 16
Black Mode, Peelongs and Satins
White and printed Marie'illr* for.vtfts
Swanfdown griped and plaid.
Cotton (five) j-8, 44, n-S, and 6-4
Black and coloured Barcelona haudkerchieFs
India Bandanna do t»f superior quility
White, Red and Yellow Fannels
Guemfey Worsted Frocks
A ftw dozen belt elallic Sulpenders.
He has Also
Just Received, a well aborted Invoice of
CONSISTING OF '
Berbhoom Gurrahs Patna Baftas
Alahabad Emerties Do- Guirahs
Company Guzzapora Jaona Mamoodies.
Codas, By the Bale or Piece.
Odlober 18. diW3awtf.
Has received by the late arrivals from Lon
don, Liverpool, Hull and Glasgow, a
general alTortment of
Suitable for the season—among which are
Madrtfj H»noLerclne j, a few do. Fancy'
Mufliut, a frw do. Gingh-tau, entitled
From the ship Farmer, captain Gibfon, from Ham
burg, a large aiTortment of Linens au4 other
Goods, among which ar« an invoice of 53 bales
of real French Urifannias, 6 and 7 4, which are
offered for sale on reasonable terms for approved
paper, or in bartur for Well-India produce.
Britannias, real French, | Boccadillos
6 and 7-4
Eftopillas of all descrip
Cr«as a la Morlaix
Cltccka No. * A Stripca
Of the firft quality, 7 by 9, 8 by jo, 9 by 11,
10 by 11 and upwards.
Of late Importation :
Eftopi'las, Boccadillos, Qnadrupls Selifias, Dow
la*, Coutils, Liftadoes, bitierfeldC fine Checks,
Bed parchet, Flinders Bed Ticks, Tapes of all
lefcriptions, CoPee Mills, Scythes, Decanters,
Gill Tumblers, Travelling Cases, Sealing Wax,
Quills and Demijohns,—Apply to
JACOB S.PERKY W Co.
Odobir 6 diot w&f:.;:u.
PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER ,800.
S"uth Front Stiuit,
MAS received by the latrft arrivals fwrn Lon
don, a well chosen afibrtmect of the :ol
South Front Street,
Superfine and second cloths,
Do. plain and ribb'd Caffimcrs
Do.' t'afhionable Swanfdowns
Coatings and Bocking Baizes
Flannsls and Plains
Plaid and jibb'd Calimancces
Durants and Joans Spinrtings
Black Ruflelsand Bonibazetts
Plain and llriped Wildbores
Velvets, Thickfetts and Fancy Cords
Check'd and llriped Ginghams
White and brown Platillas
Checks and Bed-ticks
Purple and Chintz Shawls
Printed Pocket Handkerchiefs
Black and col'd Barcelona do.
White and col'd Satins, Peelongs and
Twilled black Sattin Florentines
Wide rich flripe do.
Queen's Grey Lutedring*
Stitching Threads and Scarf Twist
Dimities and Marfeltois Qmltings
Black and white Thread Laces and
Rich wide patent Law Veils
An alTortinent of Ribbons
Carpets and Carpeting
' Tapes, quality and shoe Bindings
Shirt Weires and Moulds
Plain and Fancy Buttons
Plain and ribb Cotton Stockings
Fancy Handkerchiefs and Cotton
Table-tluths.and cotton Counterpanes
Thre'ad, [.eadtrs, Ferretts and Galloons
Biitilh Muslins of every description
Ounce Thread in boxel
Coloured do. in do. /»
Suitable'for the Well-India Market,
A few boxes »f
Tapes ol feviral kinds
Qjart and pint tumblers
Gtofs Beads, violins and
609 Boies of Bohemia
White Window Glass,
By C. P. Wayne, No. 65, South Front-flreet.
Robert Smith & Co.
A'o. jB, South Front Street,
By the late arrivals from London, Liverpool,
Hull and UlaJjgow,
A general affWtment of
Suitable for the feaiun—among which are
SUPERFINE and second cloths
Forelt cloths and plains
A variety of plain, ribb'd and embossed caffi
mere» of every colour
A variety of fafhionable fwaofdown
Bockiug and Colchester baize of srery color
7 4to 11 4 rose blankets
ai -2 aui 3 do
White serges fuirable for fadlers
Ribbed and plain calimancoes
Rattinets and flnlloons
Durants joans and bombazeens
Bombazetts, (Iriped and plain,
Velverets, thickfett«and fancy cords
Check'd and striped ginghams
7-8, 4-4, 11-8 cotton checks
Bed ticks, Scotch fhirtiog
Brown linens and cotton bagging
Plain and tambor'd jaconet an 4 book muslins
Coloured tambor'd ditto
Olive, lead and blue muHins
Cambrickt and lawns
Lawn,and printed linen handkerchiefs
Black and colored Barcelona ditto
Black love ditto
Worftsd, yarn and cotton hoficry
White and coloured threads
Tapes, quality and (hoe binding
An assortment of ribbons
Sewing fltk and twill
Ivory and horn combs#
Shirt wires and moulds
Plain and fancy buttons
Knives and forks, penknives, scissors, needlei,
They have also on hand,
an assortment of
CHINA 6? INDIA GOODS,
CobnmJ tod black Luteftringt, B«aduw« aad
Sattint—Gjmin, CWIu, Su>u, lUfcu, Diimuii
Landing from the ship America, Walte.
Sims, Commander, from Canton,
AND FOR SALE Br
NICKLIN, GRIFFITH & Co.
Souchong, ift kind quality
Hyson, lit & id quality,
Yellow »i white nankeens }
Lutcftrings, biack tk tolor'd ( In Bole.
Sinfhawa do. ( aflibrted,
Satrins do. J
Lutestrings, iuaz. blue it dark green .
Smftuws dp. \ v
Pcrlian kalT.-tas, nar* green J
Tbvy have also on band for sale, received bv
the late arrivals from Europe, isfe.
Striped and checked ginghams i age» afP>rted.
White tigured & color'd Muf- | calculated foi
linetts |>the Welt-In
White corded dimities I dia market £
Coior'd tilk, ftr:ped Nankeens | entitled to
14 Trunki printed Calicoes,
5 do. do.
3 Bales Peine twine (Entitled te
10 Caf»s English China ware, f drawback,
in te3 setts J
6 Casks mineral blaik,
I do. while,
10 do. cokother,
3 Calks purple brown,
35 do. nails alTorted,
9 do. I.ondoß porter in bottles,
EngUlh fail canvas, No. t, 1 & 3,
»j lioxe» white Haranna sugar,
13 Pipes old Madeira wine,
Empty wine bottles,
ao Guns, 6 pounders,
r» do. 9 do.
18 do. 9 do. with carriages, kc,
lßo,ccclbs. Cerihon coffee, jft^
quality (Entitled t>
jO,ooolhs. black pepper (drawback
»o L*gs tbo( y J
Of the Pittsburgh Glass Works,
HAVING procured a fufficisnt number of
themoft approved European Glass Manu
fu&urers, and having on hand a Jarge stock of
the best Materials, on which (heir workmen are
now employed, have the pleasure of afiiiring
the public, that window glafnof a superior qua
lity and of any size, from 7 by 9, to 18 by 44
inches, carefully packed in boxes containing
100 feet ea h, may be had at the (hortefl notice.
Glass of larger sizes for other purposes, may
also be had, such 39 for piflures, coach glaflct,
clock faces, Ac. Bottles of all kinds and of any
quantity may also be had, together with pocket
tlalks, picklmgjars, apothecary's shop furniture,
or other hullow ware—the whole at least 25 per
cent, lower than articles of the fan* quality
brought from any ef the sea ports of the United
States. A l&eial allowance will be made
sale of large quantities. ,Orders frcm merchants
and others will be punflually attended to on ap
plication to JAMES O'HARA er ISAAC
CR AIG, or at the Store of Messrs. PRATIIER
and SMILIE, in Maikct-Strecti Pittsburgh.
March 4, tuUitf.
At Wain's wharf,
The Cargo of the BrigEnterprize,
Of «u cXtillewt quality, ir. tierces sad
And about 40 Quarter casks
For Sale Br
Wharton £s? Lewis,
No. lis,ftiuth Front street.
o(Sober 9 tu th fa tf
WILLIAM JONES isf EDMUND
HAVING entered into partnership, and ta
ken that )on» established stand at the cor
ner of Chefnut and Third Streets, refpedlfully
solicit public patronage, and particularly invite
a continuance of the favours of the former
friends aad cultomers of Haines dfc Jones, and
Sharplef* & Kiufey, to whofc bufintfs they have
f hey offer for sale a large and general assort
ment of elegant Saddles aad Bridles, all kinds
common do, Piated and Brass mounted Harness,
Saddle-bags, Valieces, Cart and Waggon Gears,
Stc. Trunks of all kinds, particularly hard lea
They also manufa<3ure ail kinds of Silver
mounted and Plain Whips, having fsveral ex
cellent Workmen in that branch.
They flatter thcmfelves from their united ex
perience and the arrangements they have made,
to be able to fell any of the above articles oh as
gO'd terms as any others in the United States.
A liberal allowance will be made to those who
purchase by the quantity
JONES & KINSEY.
Philad. Sept. »7 Sa.tu.th. 4w-
No. 10, south Fifth street,
Manufactures mill, crof§ cut and pitt
saws, equal in quality, as p-iarance and scape
to any ever imported; which lie fells wholesale
at the following price*—6 feet mill saws 5I -1 dol
la'« each ; cross-cut do 50 cents per foot; pitt do.
6o cents per foot.
Wood-Cutters oft fleel saws, and every other
kind, made to any particular diredlion.
o flober 10 mvrf Im
At a County Court of Common
Held at Union T «wn, for the county of Fayette,
the second Mtx-.da/of September, in the
y« r our Lord one thousand
i.uiidicd, before the Honorable Aleaan
der Addifon, Esquire, Prcfidsut, a«d
his aQociate Judges of the fame court,
ON the petition of John Bartlett, an Insolvent
Debtor, praying the benefit of the aft of Ge
neral Aflembly lor the relief of Infolveut Debtors,
the Court appoints the second Monday of Decem
ber next to iuar the petitioner and his creditors,
and orders that notice thereof be publifced three
successive wetks in the United States Gazette in
Philadelphia, in some daily paper ia Baltimore—
m a Lexington paper, Kentucky, and in the Fay
ette Gazetta, the last publication in each, to be at
least four weeks before the day of hearing.
By the Court, ,
EPHRAI.VI DOUGLASS, Prothonotary.
O Sober 10. d^w.
-jnHAT Handsome and healthy COUNTRY
* SKAT, called Launti. Lodge, the late
relideace of Thomas Rutter, Elq. si liate in
Potts Grove, Montgomery County, thirty-lix
milss from Philadelphia, c ititiing about 106
acres, twenty «f which are prime woodland,
fiftren excellent watered meadow, the rcQdue
divided in arable lots. On the premises are a
large handfomeßrickHoufeand adjoining build
ings, contain? two parlours, a large dining
roam, and a Hall, twelve feet wide, by forty
long, a large kitchen, wash hoiife with a pump
of excellent water in it, fix handsome chambers,
two ftore-roomt, fonr garret chambers plaiftered
anda gram room over the adjoining bu Uling,
a double fjjring honfe, with a frnnke houfa over
the fame, within fifty yards of the kitchen—The
spring, in the drielt season nevA known to low
er in the leaiJ, and from which the meadow is
watered ; a garden containing about one acre,
(locked with the mofl delicious fruits, such as
peaches, plumbs, cherries, years, rafberries, &c.
i'evcral afpiragus beds in great perfe&ion. Also,
a young bearing appletree orchard, containing
several hundred trees, the fruit feletfled from dif
frent parts of the United States, a large conveni
ent barn with i threshing floor, with comnlodi
ous (tabling for herl'es and cows, carriage and
houses, grain room, &c. Alfo,fundry out build
ings, consisting of a large frame p mltry-houfe
and corncrib, &c. Also, a tenant's houle, gar
den and liable, and a pump of excellent water
belonging to the fame.
The fnuation «f Potts Grove is
healthy, regularly supplied with Butchers«ie.at
and poultry in abundance, to be purchafcd at a
low rate, and the Schuylkill affords a plentiful
fapply of excellent fifh Two grift mills in the
rear of the town. Perhaps few country towns
in Pennsylvania, are more rapidly improving
or have more local advantages than Potts
Grove. The several places of public wur.bip,
the filubrity of the air, pentcel focitty, and
cheapneft of living, are among the tew advan
tages it poflefles.
Any person wiftiing to view the premises,
will pleaie to apply to Mr. Win. POTTS,
in Pottfgrove, snd for terms to the fubferi
ber, in Philadelphia.
JOHN CLEMENT S i'OCKER.
Sept. 19 2awtf.
To be Sold
\X/" n0 from principle is a Federaliji and defpoftij
V » to undertake the arduous tafc of editing of
3 paper and combating the enemies of America,
may hear oi an eligible firuatian in the interior of
Maryland. 500 fubucribers can be counted on be
.fore he commences,—A Native American "will be
prefered ;—Bllt.it is not to bi- understood that well
principled persons though not natives, are to fee
%* be leaiii4.d in Application
to the Ecfitor of this Gazette.
WAYNE COUNTY TAXES.
""pHE owners of unimproved lands in Wayne
county, are hereby notified, that Taxes izt
become payable thereon for the years 1799 and
1800. Those who have not already paid their
taxes, '.re hereby rf qui red to discharge the fame
to JOHN BP,INK, Efqjiire, Treasurer tf said
County at Mtlford, within three month* from
this date ,otherwise proceedings to sale, according
to the a & of Afietnbly in Xuch cafe provided, will
e had by the Commissioners for the fiid county.
Who Stenton, ")
John Car son, > Commidioners
Johannes Van Ettenj J
E. Kellogg, Clk.
July 9, iSco
August 4t/>, ißco.
THE commanding Officers of corps, de
tach memo,ports, garrisons, and recruiting
parties, belonging to the military eftablifhraef!?
of the United State?, are to report to, and''
receive orders from Brigadier-General Will
kinfrm, in the City of Wafhir.gtsui, and all
officers on furlough are report therofetves ta
the fiine officer with *ll.poffiMe lifpatLh.
Secretary of War.
•£/" AH Printers within ihe United States
who have publifcsd invitations for contra £U of
the 13th of March last are requested to insert
the above in their refpetfive papers, once a
week for tw« months.
Prevention better than Cure.
For the prevention end cure of Bilious end
Malignant Fevers, is recommended,
WHICH have been attended with a degree
of success highly grateful to the inven
tor's feelings, in fevenl parts of the Weft-In
dies,and the southern parts of the United State;-
particuiarly in Baltimore, Peterffiurg, Rich,
mond,"Norfolk, Edenton, Wilmington,Charlcf
ton* Savannah. &c. Theteftimony of a num
ber of ptrfows in each of the above places can be
adduced, who have reason to believe that a
timely ufs of this falu'ary remedy, has, under
Providence, preserved their lives when in the
molt alarming circumstances.
Fails of this conchifive nature fprak more in
favour of a medicine, than columns of pompous*
eulogy, founded on mere afTer:i >n, could do.
It is n: t indeed presumptuously proposed as
an infallible cure, but the inventor has every
possible reason, which can result from extesfive
experience for believing that a dose of tliefe pills,
taken once every two weeks during tbe preva
lence of our annual bilious fevers, will prove an
infallible preventive ; and further, that in the
earlier flakes of those diSrafes, their use will
very generally succeed in restoring health and
frequently ia cases eilet-med desperate and bey
ond the power of common remedies.
The operation of thtfe pills is perfeiJlly mild
and may be used with fafety by perfunstn every
fuuation andof every age.
They are fcxcellently adapted to carry' off fu <
perfluousbile and prevent its morbidfecretioos ;
to restore and amend the appetite ; to produce
a free perfpiraticn and thereby prevent colds
which are often of fatal resequence. A dose
never fails to remove a cold if taken on its firft
appearance. They are celebrated f.ir removing
habitual conivenefs, sickness of the flomach and
severe heid-ache, and ought to be taken by all
pei'fous on a change of climate.
They have found rematkahly efficacious
in preventing and curing most disorders attend
ant on long voyages, and fhouki be procured
and carefully prcferved for use by every feanun.
A certain and fafe remedy for all difeafw of the
eyes, whether the eff.-&cf natural weal-.nef;, or of
accident, speedily removing isflammations, de
fluxions of rheum, dullpcfs, itching, and films in
the eyes, never iailing to cure thef; maladies which
frequently succeed the small pox, meafl/s and fe
vers, and wonder'ully flrengthening a weak fight,
Hundr«jis have experienced it* excel!e:.t virtues
when nearly deprived of fight.
The only remedy yet discovered whichgivesim
mediate and lalting relief in Che moll severe in
The Anodyne Elixir.
For the cure of every kind <dfhcad-ache,and of
pains in the face and neck.
Infallible Ague and Fever Drops.
Ihi* medicine has never taHed, ill many thou
sand cases not one in a hundred has h-ad occasion to
take more than one bottle, and numbers not halt
a bottle. The money will be returned if the cure
is not performed.
SOLD BY WM. Y. BIRCH,
No. 17, South Second Street,
And no where else, in Philadelphia.
Where also may be had. Dr. Hamrfyvn's Worm
Daftroying Lozenges, his Sovereign fifixrr for
coughs, &c. Rcftorarive Drops, r.IV ->c. ;wk) Fx
craft of Mustard, . c ov>tci.< n Ointmrnt for ri, • i-ch,
I Dr. Hahn's infallible German (Join Plainer, hi*
I dian Vegetable Specific for the Venereal coin
I plaint, Gowland's and Persian L.kUu, Roioraiivp
Tooth Powder, Damaik I.ip Salve, Church
Cough Drops, lidert'ou'* Pills, 3*. tt .
t p«u» xnuv
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