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December 1 1799.
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For Sale*
WO it Say's Wharf, above
Market Strert, burthen 7° tons, fuppoled te be
a remarkable faft failing vellci, and may he fit
ted for sea in a few days. Inventory to be fe«n
and terms of sale known by applying to the fub
No. 4, South IVa'er Street.
35 Hhds Muscovado Sugar.
White md brown dim in boxe»,
East India do. in b}g».
Weft-India and Conntryßum.
100 Hhds- MwUffei.
Holland Gin
French an 4 Spanifti Brandy.
Pepper, Coffee, &c.
Aupuft 9. fa tu&
For Liverpool,
The Ameri:an Philadelphia, cedar and live-
oak l uilt
I? Amiable,
Daniil Or. TeMnghaJiy majtcr,
Toten<fc«3 to fail e«rly in Wo»*mKer, anH to rtturn
an early spring ship to Philadelphia—will b« ready
to take in ftiortly at Perot ts wharf—For freight
or pafTage,apply to the captain on «r so
Jeremiah Warder.
Those grotlemen who have goods on board the
Amiable, are requeued to fena their permits on
board ft Gerard's whar', above market ftrett,
where the ship is ready to discharge.
Has for Sa'e,
Llv rpool high (tored fine
Of the Grft quality ; London refined fait petre ;
London white lead, dry and ground in oil; red
lead; London tin plates in bcxes ; Roman tea can
isters in cases; Irish linens aflurted, 4 and 6 lb.
cannon, Woolwich proof, and 3 and 9 lb ftot.
Oftober 15 jawjw
John Clifton, jun.
HAVINC declined his former hufiiefs, of
fers for fait all his stock, confiding of the
following articles, viz.
Sixteen Anvils,
Fighteen pair of Bellow's, five Vices, with all
the other Tools necefTary for condafling the
Smith's Bufiaefs. »
About 5 tons of Spikes,
of different sizes, 3anoib. Sheathing and Draw
ing Nails, a large jflortment of Ttkle Hooks
jtnd Thimbles, Swivle Hooks, Scrapers, Hin
ges and Nails, with every other defciipti..n of
ready made Iron work, suitable for flocking a
Ship SLith's, or (hip Chandler's Store.
Ail of which he willfellon very reasonable
terms for cash or noiei.
*** Apply at No. 80, Swar.fon street, South
OcloV.t ic. itawtm.
German Redemptioners.
NINETEEN remains »f tliofe, who came in the
ship from Hamburgh, and are willing
to serve fo/tVir passage
Apply to
Jacob Sperry & Co.
Who have on Hand,
Rema : ning of late importations, and which are of
fered on reafenable terms, and the ufnal credit,
33 cases Eftopillas,
Forming a compleat afl\irtm~nt 01 Uni. Riye
Mouches, pi in and coloured (lripas. •
33 csfes cafferillcws
5 cases hoccadillos
1 cifes quadruple file&is
I cafe funerfine dowlas
* cases coutils and i cafe li^ados
0 cases fuperfine El!>erlela checks
3 cases bed parchct
1 cafe Flanders bed ticks, 8 4
10 cases coffee mills, Nos, en, to N'o. 6, as
sorted v.
» cases Scythes
S cases of double flint c\»t Decanters quart and
1 pint
I cafe gill tumbkrs, and 1 cafe of Trave li <g
I cafe of quills, T cafe of common feiiingwax
and 400 Demijohns.
September ty. d6t. sawim.
Gazette of the United States,
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HAS wrttd by rfie'litfft trrttik fr.injLo*.
don, a wall rhofro afTorrmtat of ihe >ol
lowing article! 1
CALICOES and Chintzes, (a great variety)
Furniture do. dn.
Cordad Dimities for garments and furmtu.%
Dura'its, Jofns and Calimancots
n«mbaztrts and B imboV-gnt
Printed Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs and
H. M,
® 3
Lawn bordered d®.
face and 3t> k Mt.flin handkerchiefs
Shawls, Cott'_>n and Chintz, a great variety
00. Camel's liair
Hosiery, Worsted and Cotton of all fizej
Do. China White and Ulaclc Silk
Table Chths, from 5 4, to 1.0 by 16-4 with and
without Napkin*
Thread. Gauze, Lawn« and Cacibricks
Jacnttet and Lapett Muslins, colotir-dand plain
VVhire arrt B'ack Lace, Lace Veils, Cloaks and
7 S
I 5
9 «
9 Si
10 38
11 it
Black Mode,'Heelontrs and Satins
VVliite and printed Marfeill'S forvefts
Swinfdown, flripedand p'aid.
Cotton Checks (five) j-8, a s, ii-8, and 6-4
Black and coloured Barcelona handkerchiefs
India Bandanna do t»f superior quility
White, Red and Ytllow Flannels
Ournifty Worfled
A few drz*n faeft elastic Snfprnders.
He has Also
Just Received, a well aflorted Invoice o
Berbhoom Gurrahs Patna Bafta«
Alahabad Emerties Do. Gurrahs
Company Guzzipora Janna Mjmoodifs.
Coflas. By the Bale or Piece
Oflober iB.
Thomas Wotherspoon,
Has received by the late arrivals from Lon
don, Liverpool, Hull and Glasgow, a
gerieral assortment of
Suitable for the season—among which are
Superfine apd fec«nd cloths,
Do. plain and ribb'd Ca(Timers
Do. taftiionable Swanfdowns
Coatings and B>cking Baizes
Flannxls and Plains
Plaid and ribb'd Catimancoes
Durauts and Joans Spinnings
Black Ruflcls and Bombazetts
Plain ani (Iripcd Wildbores
Cloak Cambletts
Velvets, Thickfetts and Fancy Cords
Cht;ck'd and striped Ginghams
White and brown Piatilias
Checks and Bed-ticks
Purple and Chintz Shawls
Primed Pocket Handkerchiefs
Black and col'd Barcelona do.
White and col'd Sntins, Peelongs and
1 willed black Sattin Florentines
Wide rich (trip* do.
Queen's Grey Luteflringj
Stitching Threads and Scarf Twist
Dimities and Marfellois
Black and white Thread Laces and
Rirh wide patent Lajv Veils
An assortment of Ribbons
Carpets and Carpeting
Tapes, quality and (hoe Bindings
Shirt Weires and Moulds
Plain and Fancy Buttons
Plain and ribb Cotton Stockitirs
Fancy Handkerchiefs and Cotton
Table-cloths'and cotton Counterpmes
Thread, Leaders, Ferretts and Galloons
Rritifli Mufhns of every description
Ounce Thread in boxes
Coloured do. in do.
Suitable for the Weft-India Market,
A few b xes of
Madrafa Handkerchieis, a few do. Fincy
Mufliui, a frw do. entitled
to drawhack.
O&ober 16 d*3t
From the (lib Firmer, captain Gitifon, from Ham ■
burg, a large affortmcnt of J,in«ns aud other
Goods, among which ar« an invoice of 53 bales
of real French Britannias, 6 and 7 4, which are
offered fcr fair on rrafonable terms for approved
paper, or in barter for Weft-India produce.
Britannias, real French, Boccidillos
6 and 7-/1 Bielefeld Linens
Britannia* Selrfias Siamoife j^aces.
Plattillias Royales Tapes ot feviral kinds
Eftopillasof all defcrip- D..canters
tiom and pint tumblers
Cr<a« a la Morlaix I ravelling Cases
Checks No. a3c Stripes Glass Beads, violins and
609 Boxes of Bohemia
White Window Glass,
Of the firft quality, 7 by 9, 8 by is, 9 by u
10 by i» and upwards.
Of late Importation :
Eftop'Has. Quadruple Selifias, Dow
las, Courils, Li'JaHoes, fine Checks,
Bed parchet, Flinders Bed Ticks, Tapes if all
Itfcrtptions, Co"ee Mills, Scythes, L>ecant-rs H
il II Tumbiors, Tra«fc!liug Cases, Sealing Wax,
Quills and Demijohns,—Apply to
C& b - r 6 diot w&fa.m.
Thomas Orr,
No. 52,
South Front .Street,
India Muslins,
No. 56,
South Front Srassr,
By C. P. Wayne, No. 65, South Front-street.
- &. Co.
iVfl, 5!?, r.outb Fro. Strtet,
have received,
By the late arrivals from London, Liverpool,
Hull and Glasgow,
A general affortinent of
Suitable for tlie ftafon—-ani }ng which are
STJPRRFINE and second cloths
Foriift cloths and plains
A variety of plain, ribb'd anj embossed caffi
meres of every colour
A variety of fuihionable fwanfdown
Kendal cottons
Bocking and Colchelter baize of tvery color
7 4to><4 rof* blankets
4 1 2 and 3 do
White serges suitable for fadler'i
Ribbed and plain csliraancoes
Rattiiiets and shalloons
Durants joans and bombazeem
Bombazetts, Hripcd and plain,
VelverctJ, thickfrtti and fancy cords
Chcck'd an.l striped gingham.
7-8, 4-4, 11-8 o tton checks
Bed tick', Scotch shirting
Brown linens and cotton bags rig
Plain »tid'J jacon»t u 4 book muslins
and handkerchiefs
Coloured tamber'd ditto r
Olive, lead and bine Rroflior
Cambricks and la.vns
Lawn,and printed linen handkerchiefs
Black and colored Barcelona ditto
Black love ditto
Worft#d, yarn and cotton hosiery
White and c- loured threads
Tapes, quality and (hoe binding
An aflortment of ribbons
Sewing silk and twist
Ivory and horn combs
Shirt wires and moulds
Plain and fancy buttons
Knives and forirt, penknives, fciflors, needles,
pins, it c.
They have also on hand,
an assortment of
diw jawtf.
Coloured and black Luteftringt, Senchawi and
Sattius— Garrabs, ColTas, Sinas, Baftaj, Guzcenas;
eSobtr 15
Landing fron the ship America, Waltc.
Sims, Commander, from Canton,
Souchong, ift St ind quality,
Caper souchong,
Tonkay, c *EAS,
Young hyson,
Myfon, lft & id quality,
Yellow lc white nankceni
Lutcftrings, back & color'd (In Boxes
Sinfhawa Ho. f aflbrted,
3atti*> do. j
Lutestrings, maz. blue A dark green') T
Siufhaws do. > ,
Persian talT-tas, dart green J
Tpey bane also on band for sale, received bv
(be late arrivals from Europe, isfe.
1 Infmallpick-
Striped and checked ginghimi i ages ifl" rted,
White figured & cclor'd Muf- | calculated for
l:nette «>the Weft-In-
White corded dimities I dia market &
Color'd silk, striped Nankeens | entitled to
J drawback*
if Trunksprinted Calicoes,
J do. do.
3 fcice t*ine (En titled to
lo Cafis Enplifh China ware, f drawback,
in tea setts j
6 Caflta mineral black,
i do. white,
10 do. colcc>ther,
3 Calks purple hrown,
,1j do. nails aff>rted,
9 do. London porter in bottles,
Rng'ilh fail canvas, No. t, i & j,
UiifTia dud:,
»7 Boxes white Ilaranna fugsr,
13 Pipes old Madeira wine,
Empty wine bottlrs,
10 Guns, 6 pounders,
t» do. 9 do.
18 do. 9 do. with carriages, Jto,
ißo,ccolbs. Ceribou coffee, jft
quality (Entitled to
iO,ooo!bs blark pepper C drawback.
10 L-»gs ebony J
May 3.5-
Of the Pittsburgh Glass Worts,
HAVING procured a fufficicnt number of
the mod approved EuropearGlali Manu
facturers, and having on hand a large flock of
the best Materials, en which their workmen are
now employed, have the pleasure of alluring
the public, that window glass of a fupei ior qua
lity and of any size, frotn br 9, to r8 by 14
inches, carefully packed in boxet containing
100 feet ea h, may be had at the Iborteft notice.
Glafa of larger fizri for other purposes, may
also be has!, such as for pi<ilures, coach glaflcs,
clock faces, Sic. Battles of all kinds and of any
quantity may also be h»d, together with pocket
flaiks, picklmgjars, apothecary's Chop furniture,
or other hollow ware—the whole at least 25 per
cent, lower than articles of,the fame quality
brought from any ef the lea ports of the United
States. A literal allowance will be made en
lale of large quantities. Orders from merchants
ind others will S*e punctually attended to on ap
plication t8 JAMES O'HARA or ISAAC
CK A(G, or at the Storeof MefTrs PRATHER
vhd SMILIE, in Maiket-Strect, Pittfbiupji,
March 4, tuwtf.
At Wain's wharf,
The Cargo of the brigEnterprize,
Surinam Molasses,
Of an excellent quality, in hegflieads, tierces and
And about 40 quarter casks
For Sale bt
Wharton £s? Lewis,
No. Ilj,fuuth Front ftrect.
olslßber 9 tu th fa tf
Saddling Business.
TTAVFNG entered into partnership, and ta
fks,n t " at l° n g cftablilhed stand at the cor
nerof Chefnut and Third Streets, refpe&fully
loltcit public patronage, and particularly invite
a continuance of the favours of the former
friends cuftomers of Haines * Jones, and
Sharplels St Kinfey, to whose bufintfs they have
They offer for sale a large and genrral affjrt
ment of elegant Saddle, and Bridles, all kinds
common do. Plated and Bral's mounted Harness,
Saddle-bags, Valieces, Cart and WaggonGeafs,
&<.. Trunks of all kinds, particularly hard lei
ther Portmanteaus.
They alfe manufa&ure all kinds of Silver
mounted and Plain Whips, having f.veral ex
cellent Workmen in that branch.
They flatter themselves from the'tr united ex
perience and the arrangements they have made,
to be able to fell any of the aho>ie articles on as
&o»d terms as any others in the United States.
A liberal allowance will be made to thofc who
purchase by the quantity
Philad. Sept. 17.
Saw Manufa&ory.
No. 10, south Fifth street,
ANUFACTURES mill, cross cut ani pitt
J-*-*- f»w«, equal in quality, appsat-ance and shape
to any ever imported; which to Ulls wholesale
at the following price*—6 feet mill saws 5 r-»dol
la-s each ; crofs-cutdo jo cents per foot; pitt do.
6o ccatt per foot.
I t ood-Cutters c*ft steel saws, and every other
kind, made to any particular dire«slion.
At a County Court of Common
Held at Union T«wn, for the county of Fayette,
the fccond Monday of September, in the
(Seal) ycar ol o,lr ,j ° rd ODC thousand eight 1
v- i-uudred, before the Honorable Alexan
der 'Jddifon, F.fquire, Prefidsnt, a-lid
his affjciate Judges of the fa'iie court,
ON the petition of Jnhn Bartlttt, an Insolvent
Debtor, prayii.g thr benefit of the a& of Ge
neral AfTemMy lor the relief of Inf.-lvent Debtors,
the Court appoints the fecoud Monday of Decem
ber next to heir the petitioner and his creditors,
and orders that notice thereof b$ published three
fucceflivL- weeks in the United States Gazette in
Philadelphia, in fowe daily paper in Baltimore—
in a Lexington paper, Kentucky, and in the Fay
ette Gazetta, the last publication in each, u> beat
lead four weeks before the day of hearing.
By the Court,
OSober to. d3w.
To be Sold
'pHAT Handsome and healthy COUNTRY
SEAT, called Lauit fl Lodge, the late
residence of Thomas Rutter, Esq. fnuate in
Potts Grove, Montgomery County, thirty-lix
niiUs from Philadelphia, containg about 106
acres, twenty ef which are prime, woodland,
fifteen excellent watered meadow, the residue
divided in arable lots. On the premises are a
large handsome Brick House and adjoining build
ings, containg two parlours, i largr dining
roam, and a Hall, twelve feet wide, by forty
long, a large kitchen, wash hoiife with a pump
of excellent water ir, it, fix handsome chambers,
two flore-rooms, four garrei chamber? plailiered
and a pram room over the adj lining building,
a double spring house, with a IVn'.ke houf»®ver
the fame, within fifty yards of the kitchen—The
fprtng, in tlic driest season never k'lown tt» low
!er in th« leatt, and from which the meadow is
watered j a garden containing about one acre,
Itocked wish the moll delicious fruits, such as
peaches, plumbs, cherries, pears, rafherries, &c.
several asparagus beds it great pcrfe&ion. Also,
a young bearing appletree orchard, containing
several hundred trees, the fruit felcfled fai dif
frent parts of the United State?, a large conveni
ent barn with a threlhing ffjtfr, with commodi
ous flabling for herfes and cows, carriage and
houses, grain racm, &c. Alfo,fundry out build
ings, confuting of a Urge frame p»ultry-houfe
and corncrib, &c. Also, a tenant's house, gar
den and liable, and a pump of excellent water
belonging to the fame.
The situation of Potts is remarkably
healthy, regularly wiih Putcher's meat
jnd poultry in abundance, to he purchafedat a
low rate, and the Schuylkill ass rds a plentiful
fapply of excellent fifh. Two grift mills in the
rear of the town* Perhaps fes« country ioads
in Penivfylvania, are more rapidly improving,
or have more losal ad antages than Potts
Grove. The several places of public wirhip,
the laluhrity of the air, gent»el focUty, and
chejpref« of" living, aj-e am-ring the few advan
tages it polfffies.
m&w tf
Any person wishing to view the premises,
will plrafe to app'y to Mr. Win. POTTS,
in and for terms to the fubferi
ber, in Philadelphia.
Sept. 19 . 2awtf.
TTTHO from principle is a Federal# and defpofed
* t0 undertake the arduous taflc of editing of
a paper and combating the enemies of America,
may hear of an eligible situation in the interior of
Maryland. 500 fub(criber« can be counted on be
fore he commences,—A Native American will l»e
prefered ; But it is not to bs underitood that well
principled perfonj though not natives, are to Ve
.* J lr '- Ic u!ar. may be learned on application
to the Editor of this Gazette.
OdloVr 3.
owners of unimproved l»pds in Wayne
county, are fc«reby notified, that Taxes are
become payable thereon for the years I ?og and
1800. Those who have not already paid their
taxes, vre hereby required to discharge the fame
to JOHN BRINK, Esquire, Treasurer *f fa-id
Couhty at M«lford, within three month, from
this date , otherwise proceedings to sale, according
to the aa of Aflemtly in such cafe provided, will
e hid bjr the Commiflioners for the said coHnty.
Asa Stenton, ■)
*John ,Carton, C Commiflioners Van Etten, 1
E. Kellogg, ClJc.
July 9,1800
'» August 4HI, ißco.
~THE commanding Officers of corps, de-
J- tachments ports. garrifon3, and recruiting
P? rt '«> J*>?ngiig t-> the military establishment
of ine Lnited States, are to report to, and
recejTe orders from Brigadier General VVil
ffi r' he City " f Waftiingti»H, and all
omcers on furlough are to report themselves to
the fimt officer with all possible difpatcli.
Secretary of War.
CTAII Printers within the United Slate*
who have publiflied invitations for cOntr>4t« of
the 13th of March last are requested to inf-rt
the above in their refpedlive papers, onfe &
week for tw* months.
Prevention better than Cure.
For the prevention and cure of Bilio\s and
Malignant fevers, is recommended,
Dr. HAHN's
Anti-bilious Pills,
TTTHFCH have been attended with a degree
v v of fuccefi highly grateful to the inven
tor s feelings, in fever-il parts of the' Weft In
dies,and the southern parts of the United States
particularly in Bskimore, Petei fburg, Hieh,
mond, Norfolk, Edenton, Wilmingt- njCharlcf
ton# Savannah. &c. The reftiimny of a num.
ber of ptrfons in each of the above placevcan be
adduced, who have reafun to believe that a
timeft uft of th t falutarv remedy, has, under
Providence, preserved their lives when in the
most alarming circkfmftancej.
of this conclusive nature (peak more in
favour of a medicine, than column* of pompou#
eulogy, founded on mere aflerti n, could do. \
It is not indeed presumptuously propored as
an infallible cure, but the inventor has every
poffib'.e reason. which can result from extemfive
experience for believing that a dofc of these pilh,
taken once every twj weeks during the'preva
lence of our annual bilious fevers, will prove an
infallible prevemaiive ; and further, tint in the
earlier stages of those diseases, their use will
very generally succeed in restoring health and
frequently in cases eftermed desperate and bey
ond the power of common remedies
The operation of these piljs is perfeiftly mild
ind may be used with I'atety by persons in every
fituatiog and of every age.
They are excellently adapted to carry offfu
perfluousbile and prevent its morbid secretions ;
to reflore and amend the appetite ; to produce
a free perfpiraticn and thereby prevent colds
which are often of fatal coniequence. A dole
never fails to remove a cold if taken on its Crft
appearance. _ They are celebrated for removing
habitual coftivenefs, sickness of the ftemach and
severe head-ache, and ought to be taken by all
perf his on a change of climate.
They have+een found remarkably efficacious
in preventing and curing moll disorders attend
ant on long voyages, and should be procured
and carefully preserved for use by every fejmari.
Genuine Eye-water.
A certain and fafe remedy for all diseases of the
eyes, whether the ess.- i of natural wcaknefi, or of
accident, ff-e:-di!y removing inflammations, de
flaxions of rheum, Jullnel-, itching, snd films in
the eyes, never failing to cure th«fe.mala<iie» which
frequently fucceeiK tU' small pox, meailss and fe
vers, and wonder ully lengthening a weak fight.
Hundred* have experienced its excellent virtues
when nearly deprived of fight.
Tooth-ache Drops.
The only remedy yet discovered im
mediate and lading relief in the most fcvcre in
The Anodyne 'Elixir.
For the cure of every kind afhead-iche.and of
pains in the fa-ce and neck.
Injalhble Ague and Fever Drops.
This medicine has never failed, in many thou
sand cases Hot one in a hundred has had occasion to
take more than one bottle, and numbers not halt
a bottle. The money will be returned if the cure
is not performed.
No. ly, South SecsnH Street,
And no where else, in Pbita&ipbia.
Where also may bciad, Dr. Hamiffion's Worm
D«ftroying Lozenges, his Sovereign Elixir soy
coughs, &c. Reiterative Drops, Essence and Ex
tract of Mustard, Sovereign Ointment for the Itch
Dr. Hahn's infallible German Corn Plaiflrr, In
dian Vegetable Specific for the Venereal com
plaint, Gotland's and Persian Lotion, Ref'oratire
Tooth Powder, Damalk Lip Salve, Church'»
Cough Drops, Anderfon's Pills, Sec. &c.
•prill 9 mtf /,:
Dlt. HAHN's
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