r— ■" .. : regui:::lv from
J --f. '• i -ON to S A \ v\nah,
> ' ■ “4 ! :vin f r ovc y Tues-
•t;- and Saturday morning at
•i’roe o’clock, and an ing at Savannah Wednes
day and Sunday «venmgs at 8 o’cloek, making
toe .time in going through only forty hours, a dis
tance of one hundred and eighty miles. This
line is not surpassed by auy iirthe State for good
Coaches, find Teams and careful Drivers. For
Scats apply at [Erwin’s Hotel, Macon.
Aug. 20 3.71 eow It EDW, VARNER.
. trough the upper parts of South
-St riL and North Carolina and, \ irginiu, to \ \ osh-
•' !,;:i City, and which, at its Southern en i, re
cently terminated at Fowelton, Ga.j is now m full
and complete operation.
It has recently been extended to Milledgeyille,
from }vhich place it departs on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, at 1 A . 31.
For particulars see bills and the Alilledgeville
papers. WM. SMITH.
Cuipepper Va., May 15, 1832. 21 6m
? H^HE subscribers have this day purchased the
JL entire’stock of goods belonging to Wiley,
Baxter tf Fort in this place, and will coutiuuethe
business at the same store on the corner of Sec
ond Street and Cotton Avenue, opposite Wash
ington Hall, under the firm of
BAXTER, FORT & WILEY.
They have on hand a general assortment of
fresh goods well adapted to the town and country
trade, which will be sold at low prices aud on li
beral terms,'by • the yard, piece or package.—
They solicit a continuation of the patronage of
former customers and the public generally.
THOMAS' W. BAXTER.
ROBERT W. FORT.
LAIRD Hi WILEY.
Macon, July I; 1332. DM
f ^ HE -subscriber having withdrawn from the
JL late firm of Wiley, Laxter fy Fo rt, and sold
his interest to his Brother, Laird H. Wilet, re- I
spectfully asks a continuation ol’patronage from
his friends to the new* firm of BAXTER, FORT
& WILEY. * LEROY M. WILEY.
Macon, July 1, 1832.161
tv* » P 8aw ,ov light lu’ml
' 1,,KO!V ?V h \ Pali£ 'S s » Laths. &e
quence^of the ucav . expenditure im
e- taMfthmont, R is necessary that hi
quire either cash or bankable paper
■ 'er, which he is disposed to sell at
A share of the puolic patronage is \
fully solicited. BEXJ? >. t
N. B.—A first rate SAWYER,
plying immediately, obtain good wag
July 27. 164 tf
2 sisters press around
sleepless couch, and bring
gar hands, their garden gift,
c first sweet buds of spring!
bay'd lay me tv here those flowers
;ht lure them to nay bed, •
••‘her spr and summers bloom
d 1 am with the dead.
AND possession given on the first
jittU i \ com-
<•>,? of October next, the large a.nd
lii'itT":* modious 9tor8 and Ware House”uow
AtfeVSS&l- in the occupancy of George Wood*—
also the Store, now in the occut
M. Hill in the same building, botl
. . Pi good ordgr,
and situated oti Cherry Street, near the corner
of Cherry and Second Streets. Apply to
C. B. &OLE, or
Aug. 16. 170 M. CHISHOLM. -
/ — T THE dwelling over the store of .1.
\ P. Patrick Sf Co., well calculated for
jy&f a private Boarding House, at present
•feKSiiHfc occupied by Seth Lewis. Also, the
Store occupied by W. T. Sage. Possession given
after the lot of "October next, rim?!y to
MELROS E & KIDD, or to
A. P. PATRICK.
June 25 155 — tf
The stmsbine quivers on my che
Glittering, nnd gay, aud fai
As if it knew my hand to weak
To shade me from its glare
IIovv soon ’twill fall unheeded o
This death-dewed glassy ev
Way ..o tin y fear to tell me sol
1 know that I must die!
E 3 ERE, by the author of Tremaine,
EL> Jaquelinc of Holland
Anastases, by T. Hope,
Sketches in China, by W. W. Wood, -
- y : Philip Augustus, by'the author of Rich
Journa l of the Rev’ds Tyerman & Bonnet,
being the 1st, 2d and 3d Nos. of the
^ library of religious knowledge.
Xjondon.%niraals for 1832k
The Amulet, the Keepsake,
Literary Souvenir, Christmas Box,
- WILL castwcae to transact the
-WsH-cve st the same place
sssiwl test by J. GOD-
■^fX*4• DASD -& REEDL. - lie has hunt
_^| VihKt ter tiae «dofrBWMtef ; of the AVare
Xjf- stare tsaoWanpHotfatt in town more
f«« the «S»bsk*s of iSit.
]fr strict attronoo l*» ihariaes&eomnliUed to his,
-f'vsJ Ac fscEiSes twfcSdhke will-be able to
liVcisstesarw* hs luqies to merit a eoniin-
Ibt aateoaaffie of |r fisnSfe and the pttbj-.
■ a s«s«al.
k p-.'ejivarrf es esafce Kaetal adytinees at all
.J^estsauas stnfcwd or bjrhim. Cot :
estasoi at ihes Wzm’ Snse will be insured at
IvX'T^L tf . .
*i -zjsl, Aagast 10 1S3 6fn
& HAYES* intending to per-
taaaeotfybeatelhMMrfyeB in Macon, on
The summer winds breathe softly throu;
My lone, still, dreary room,
A lonelier r.ud a stiller one
Aw?iis n;:* in the tombl
But no soft Bnese fit " x per therc»
No mother hold my bead':
It 7s a fearful thing to be
A dweller with the dead!
J uveuile Forget rae not,
The Musical Gem, Musical Bijou,
JXve ai r er eve, the sun prolongs
His hour of parting light,
Aud seems to make my farewell hours
Too fair, too hea venly bright!
I know the loveliness of earth,
I love the evening sky,
And yet l should not murmur, if
They told me 1 must die.
My playmates turn aside their heads
When parting with me now,
The uurse that tended me a babe,
Now soothes my aching brow,
v. by tire those sweet cradle-hours
Of joy and fondling fled?
Not o\ n my parents’ kisses now
Could keep me from the dead!
Our Pastor kneels beside me oft,
And talks to me ot Heaven:
But with n holier vision still,
My soul iu dreams hath striven:
I re seen a beckoning hand that called
My faltering steps on high;
I’ve heard a voice, that mm;pet-tonguod t
Bade tne prepare to die!
LAYS OF THE SEASONS. -
SiT iXARY HOWITT.
.’Tis summer—t-joyous summer time!
Iu noisy towns no more abide;
The earth is full of radiant things,
Of gleaming-flowers t aad glancing wings*
Beauty and joy on every side.
’Tis morn;—the glorious sun is uo,
: The domc-Iike Ja$aven is fcr : y h and Mnej
The lark, yet higher and higher ascending,
Pours out nis song that kn. - s no ending;
The unfolding flowers are brimmed with dew.
March 1 8!) -ELLIS, gHOTWELL Sc CO.
SHOT ELL & J. S. SMITH have just
JTS-* received a large lot of
rancy Dunstable Bonnets,
Also—a general assortment of Carved Shell
COMBS, of the first quality.
And two boxes of
B&AB&B&A.CK BBAVBSL HA*53
of superior quality.
April 17 126 - •
Y^HE Copartnership heretofore existing un-
_B der; the firm of Wiley, Baxter t* Fort, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.' The eu-
tird bnsinoss of the concern will by settled-by
BAXTER, FORT. & '.YILEY, yho >vill con
tinue the business at the same stapi*
- LEROY M WILEY.
ROBERT W. FORT.
Macon, July 1, 1832. A?V
W M. II. BURDS.yft* ^ now receiving and
opening a gem < ‘ a i assortment of
f Seasona^Se €}pods 9 ,.
which he offers for /de at the most reduced pri-
i ces, amongst whp J ar® the following: *
r Superfine, Saxe^y blue, black and colored Cloth3.
Merino Clo^* . ■ -
Blue, black^ Qt ‘ Lmcy mixed Satinnetts
Duffie p^ 1 and rose Blankets.
* (i e j i ,vflte, green and yellow Flannels
Saxo,F an( i Canton white gauze ditto
: g 21/IO qr. Damask table Diaper
eye and Russia dp
flack and Blue Bomliazetts and Circassians
Irish Linen3, Flemish Sheetings, Cotton Oana-
■ burgs A*
Thread Laces and.Shell Combs
Black Italian Lustriug, black Sarsanet and Sin-
chews, black, Gros de Berlin, black Gros de
Naples, Colored do do
Mandarines aud Florences, black and colored
Gauze and Satin Garniture •
Ribbons and silk Velvets, Merino and Cashmere.
Thibet Wpol, Damask. Silk and Crape Shawls
Ladies diamond straw and Leghorn braid Bonnets
Misses diamond and chain Bonnets
Lace and gaiize "Veils, figured and plain Bobbinet
.Flagg and Bandauna Handkerchiefs
A general assor tment of coarse Shoes and Boots.
Meji’s and Youth’s Fur Hats - -
Fur,: Leathor and IJ<iir : Capsj &c. &c.
Nov 5, 18 ' ,
Z* 'xr t ^,7are-S ovse
W B- Rowland, on the
rvv-*rvt U'JkemT anal Seeoai streets.' and in
in iuaeJssae va*««f!y «ff mwst of the Cotton
n*ars£**» p*s5WMfifmay sefcrit a part of public
f, Wi jffiaLKtafir Hit sesame, wampitting attotUroQ,
tr tbe i»?ereait «f assty- fi-vor them with
tVA-fcaxiKss aav2 ratiafocc-r®. Liberal advances
vriiJkc-^SKkseaPsw&rxr- Merchandize or other
' JOHN! R*HAYES.
fttfiSMS. T-t, IHJSS
f t IriK, subscribers will sell their remaining
_xL stock of CARPETINlx at very reduced
prices, having a large quantity on hand, and wiu-h
to discontinue keeping the article.
Jan 26 A. SHOTWELL & J. S. S31ITI1
For Sale or Es:chaiig’e a
A FIRST rate close-body CARRIAGE,
jbL nearly new, in good order, and well made,
* ill be sold reasonably, or exchanged for a good
Gig or Chai-c. Apply to C. A.HIGGINS,
june S 138
&$£&os3as S. a Blair
TftAX^ifcCT* ( -A;
A t his old stand, comer of Cherry.and Second sts.
Yy3 now receiving from New York and Boston.
j& a fresh supply of Goods, w hich, in addition
to those on hand, will make his stock very large
snd complete,'which he offers on as reasonable
terms as they can be had in this maeket. His
goods.comprise a general
Assortment of Groceries, .
Viz—150 bags. Coffee,.
„ 45 hhds St Croix, Porto Rico and N
21 bbls Loaf and Lump do
12 qr chests Tea
20,000 lbs. Iron
10 hhds Molasses
1500 bushels Salt
100 pieces Hemp and Tow Bagging,
' 40 kogs Nails
. " Cognac Brandy ' \ .
Northern Gin, Northern Rum
Apple Brandy, Wine,
Powder, Shot, &c. &c.
Sry Gqo4si KarrTware. Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Sfiocs,
&c’. &C. &c. .
Oct 22 43
DR. I. ELLI8,
A^HNG determined to settle permanently
in Macon, respectfully offers his
^rofassioBal Services /
quainted with him, he tliVaV^ proper to state/^p*
he-was regularly admitted tt> his profess^ 11 ”i
I804j agi-eeably'to the laws ana vc^j at j OK / of the
State of New York, and-^that niOt ofbis time
since that period hits been deyotcd'tp’ an exten
sive' practice". By a faithful dischare of-his pro
fessional duties, he hopes to merit diberaJ pat
ronage. His residence and office aiin the nousb
formerly occupied Dy Mr. Birdsongsu Mulberry
street: Jan. 14 2 1 . .
IMJrSa- j t
"¥^UST'received and for sale by/e subscribers,
*■$ several cases of Brewster’s / .
Fiacli Wbv&b ITIt&ts?
Not inferior ta any in thel-arket.
Atso—A general assortment ofjR 7 GOODS
in addition to their former stoc’J which will be
sold low. A. SHOTWE-LL "S. SMITH.
Julvl3, 1332. 16ft
:.a T&nt bsmUb firm of
* ype V'arehonse and
dir hrtftge known as
:ae facilrties to the
' of Cotton, that
m the place,
sroca the . dangers of
“■•.'.t-Tpev of a.good
u—all of which will
► reception of Cotton
When noon is in the flaming sky
Seek we some shadowy, silent wood;
Recline upon a-mossy knoll,
Cast cqre aside, and yield the soul
To that luxurious quietude.
Above, waves wide the linden tree,
With humming bees the air is thrilled,
And through the Sleeping hush i< heard
Tile sudden voice of the woodlnud bird.
"Like sound, with.which a dream is £LI<
tey s sStsts ef-pablte patronage. Our
Setdl WtiM.rad?.Hgx, wfc!i- pleasure, the liberal
’ea-Hce wSIcfe h'T rrcecved h;retpfore .frdur
fiiansbi s-nrl aesjwsmrtaaees,. and respe’ctfjuHy
-ib the gr>q:mecufcje of the so me, to the above
i- EESD & BLAIR.
iaer.3t.im 17ft 6ut * - -
,. /'.. TWE^Ty-Fm4
For cent, cheaper than ever l
T3 just opening n very extensive and splendid as
* sbrtment of GOODS, vyhicli has been selected in
THE NEW YORK MARKET
by himself, from the latest importations. winch are
particularly cajculated for this market, and which will
be dUpojed of fully \ •
S’f77E.TMT3f-rZVS m 033ITT.
che,aperfhan et^er. These gtfDds are of the latest style
and most fashionable patterns, and arc offered to his
with confidence fully assured,’ lHal not only the style
but prices'will fully "meet their approbation. Their
attention is requested to the snm‘e—-a few of the arti
cles are mentioned, viz::' .'
200 pieces Calicoes and Prints, some very rich.
- Erttrn (IneFurnitHre Calicoes and Common.
50;pieces fine Parish Muslins and Ginghams, plain
and striped, figured and striped Mandarines, Saragos-
sas black and purpje Gredeswiss andrItulian SilUs
Watered Gfodeaap,' blaclrrarid’brown colored do.,
Herea'id Gauzes, Orleans Rd&es, painted Patmarines
ariJ.Crape Deleon- black an4cdlored 5fl’k,, , Cainblets
and Princettas, foie French Bpnihazinctf. Blond Gauze
Veils (some extra sizes’!, Satin Strews, Scarfs Fancy
Handkerchief and Shawls, very fieh, sett Cap and
Belt llibbpiis new patterns, Thread*L?.c es and Insert,
ings, also Edgings and Footings, checked aud strjpyd
Muslins, Jackonr.t. Swiss nod Ga,mt»ric do., one case
gra*s bleached Irish Linens assorted! Long Lawns,
Linen Cambrics and Cambric Handkerchiefs. Suj r-
Veitings, jduid anti plain Drillings and fim- French
Linens, ’Pongeesand Ponge Handkerchiefs, P*aachm-
na and Flags, Gloves and Mitts assorted.
50 dozen, 2i!k, Cotton, Randon Hose and Ic-;'
O pleasant land of idlesse!
fWfHE Howard Insurance Cpony of New
B Fori continues tainsure uTTON, Avben
shipped-on good Boats or BffV against the
dangers of the Rkver. Ratesjf Fremium are
moderate. Apply to (t)AY, Agent,
Jollity bides not ’neath the trees.
But tlurngh t. that roams from folly free,
Through the pure world of pcetry,
Puts on her strength iu scenes like th;
And sweet it is by lonciy meres
To sit with heart aud soul awake,
Wfttere water lilies lie afloat,
Each anchored like a fairy boat
Amid-some fabled clfiulake:
nade: Cotton Bags, 5 and
' ch, of .tho best Inver-
sbebv'for sale Vy
Rri V & COTTON.
T r UST received a few; cases gentlemen’s fasli;
-ty ionabhj. Be’aver HATS. - H
dec 22 53 WM. IT. BURQSALL,
A. Sf. SPASaxetGo.
[ AVE Ftceived pet- Boatlcwcca, auu offer
for'saie on reasonable Mis,
4000 bushols.Salt y ja
16,000 lbs Bacon i, /
£0 tons Swedes Ijoj
20 hhds Sugar , /
. 200 bags Coffee I - >
JAMES R. BENJNET,
^aoi L'ri- uemakcr, ••
HAS coBMueffbcd business in
t ; * ^lyjgDaaaRrs fcruiidiirg, (near the.
Telegraph Office,) where
be uriil be found ready to atteud
■seld casteaters sad others jvho may^caHbn
the. . -H • ■ : -
«?*B0lWr3 aad STiOESTiranufactured. to
r. in tiie &e#c mxrtaer- REPAEUNG alsf*
'ralberfcoe* L-t.) -y\ ”ri
Z 5 fwo <ur tbrev JOL r JR.NEY?.I EN can-find
^ dweripiovasirat by application to.him.
7l^ OUR good FANCY CLOCKS for sale low
[}•' by C. A. HIGGINS.
April 19 12S .
yTTv HE subscriber.-, have oil the river,and will
J3_ receive iu a fe w days.
2,000 pieces Ulcsnp lagging.
They have made arrangemeuts with fhv:r friends
in Savannah and Charleston to be reguFrly sup
plied throughout the season, and they will at nil
rime- be prepared to sell at the lowest market
ni i< ,o s and on n long credit.
’ Mav 15 Ml REA & COTTON.
6 hhds Molasses 1
50 bbls.prime Perk '*
25 bbls No. 2 Mac rel
J25 bbls No. 3 ditto
501»bls N. E. Rut)
50 bbls Gin f
80 pieces-Baggih| - .
30-baxC3 Soap /
20 boxes Sperm pntllos
Nails . / - .
• Cognac Brniy
I olland Crfti
Malaga, MadJra and Teneriffe Wide,
gttfyer with a assortment of
8-eodSr ri ’? *fwkre 7 Saddlery
jCS?'' ;y, IAT$, S3 IOBS,
xl icrcsSuirrs tools,
&C. /V" ri'C.
The green and breezy hills—away!
My bear: is light, my foot is free,
And, resting "oti-the topmost peak,
Tbe-freshening gale snail fan my cheek,
The bids were ever dear to me!
I sta : v! r.poa the mountain’s brow,
A monarch in this region wide;
I and the r y faced mountain sheej
The solitary station keep,
As living thing were none beside,
K! p- b 'rctofore existing be-
..ribrirs under the firm of
^ V Jones, i? tbis etay tTssol ved l)y liitrtUfil
at. Thv u iKstttlctl Inisinrsa of tiu’concern
t»iy D.rrid R air ton, who.can be
attAe sco-re of Robert S. Belton, (their old
■) corner of CWny and TJiir i • rneefs.
23 82 JOHN Li .TONES.
i tij BRIOK. deliver-
( > A y able in a few
tie by C. A. HIGGINS-
tve article can be i ad in quan-
■ehasers on contract, by giving
subscriber, who acts as agent
iln in the neighborhood.
a gentle nour.
in sombre siic-en;
oil’s leafy trees,
. .-riling breeze,
u s arc faintly seen,
st is rieli
tho garti i
> a cool v
i no vb.te ov. i wiui h:s downy wings
\ad i'.oodi-d he d goes slowly by.
The hawk-moth sits upon the flowers:
And through the silent evening hours
The little brocks make melody.
the folded biooms
night shalt thou fool
u (\ iii subdued,
tb ■ riource of Good,
iefs to heal.
jf veaysuperior quality, and
liouabk manner; the ivork
Sand ns a ?,Icnvrc.—An elaborate report on
ibis rmbjcrt has- been presented to the French A-
.leiiiy of v-'rici'ces: good arable laud is proved
to coni:da f< ;• arable carlhs, the varied propor-
tien of which form tbe different qualities of th«
soil. It appears, the siliceous principle predomi
nates in good land. 31. Chaptal found of it 4ft
per cent, in the most fertile soil on the backs of
ihe Loire: Davy extracted 60 from the best of tho
EnsiLh soils, and Giobert found 79 in the most
productive lauds near Turin. M. Dntrochetmada
the experiment of covering with sili'-eous sand
previously unproductive land, and obtained by
this means crops as good as in the most (naturally)
lertiio sod in ike vicinity; nnu he gives it as his
L13F Cvoods and Cioi
ei-i-ived at tbe blacon ( lothi
I Id ,T21 LEWIS I
i'TL’K ■ NG dan- as above,
.cedent Turning Lathe, (ihe
n rh..- }.: ) th"v will be
JL r- 'ri COLL V, riS. .Me. at
J VAILS A. 11 ALL,
Piaster of Paris.
BARRELS of superior 1
OF BARTS, for hard wal
just received aud for sale by
3 >.52 C. A. Ill
IHES, FAMILY MED