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- - - _ 1 * eekly, duming the tall aud muter, hv illarisiaduke .1. Mlade, at Five Dollars per annum, payable in advance.
inserted at the usual rates: those sent without a specified number of insertions, will be published until or I 7 T~T ~ ~~ ■ ■ ■ He*.. ■>
the hour* of ten in the forenoon and three in the afternoon, at the eouurt-house in the couatv in which the nrnnertv ;?, out ana charged accordingly. Sales of Land, by Administrators, Executors, or Guardians, are required, by law, to be held on the first Tuesday in the month,
month, between the usual hours of sale, at the place of public sales in the county where the letters Testamentary ofAdministratl™ Jrwllif t^ 8P “ Jesmußtbe P ven ln P ubllc gazette sixty days previous to the day of sale. Sales of negroes must be at public auction, on the first Tuesday
* s mles are to be held. Notice for the sale of Personal Property must be given in like manner, Forty days previous to u,c dav vw ’"?"!' have be n granted, first giving sixty days notice thereof, in one of the public gazettes of this State, and at the door of the court-house, where
.to seH hand, must be published four months. Notice for leave to sell Negroes, must be published for four months before any order absolute shall h *' ° fa " Estate must be published for forty days. Notice that application will be made to the Court of Ordinary foi
family Ormeery Store-
Boxes Raisins—lo Barrels Almons,
7 3 10 bbls. Filberts, Brazil and Madeira
* ' Nuts.
6 boxes pine apple Che. se,
10 boxes English and French Pickles,
Saratoga, Seidlitz and Soda Powders,
Congress Water—direct from the Spring,
50 Barrels Sweet and Butter Crackers,
Cordials assorted-all kinds,
Champagne and Muscatel Wines,
Madeira, Claret and Lupec Wines,
Stoughton, Bitters—2o Casks Porter,
° pints and quarts.
Catsup Pepper Sauce-prime table Salt,
Preserved Ginger—Jellies, &c.
Best Chewing Tobacco and Spanish
Jus, received and for sale bjr
Macon. May 16,1831.
Low for cash .
rnHE subscribers intend closing their present
1 business as soon as praaticable, and will sell
off their stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CASTINGS,
MECHANIC’S TOOLS, &C.
Together with a great variety of Miscellaneous
articles at very low prices, for cash only-many
articles will be disposed of at less than cost.—
Their stock of Books is large and more complete
than any other in the State.it embraces a large
assortment of Law Books, Medical do. and Latin
School do. Greek and French do. Religious do.
Historical, Literary, Scientific, and a great vari
ety of Miscellaneous W T orks.
’ ELLIS, SHOTWELL & Cos.
Sept. 19, 1832. 26
P S Drugs and Medicines will be sold as
usual. ' E.S.V Cos.
BLANTON & SMITH offer for sale,
30 hhds V St< c ro j x an( j jj. o. Sugar
60 bbls. 5
50 do Loaf and Lump do
50 do Rye Whiskey,
2000 bushels Salt.
And a variety of other Goods.
PH. R. YONGE & SONS, offer for sale on
accommodating terms, W hiskey in hhds and
bbls. N. E. Gin in bbls. Apple Brandy in do.
Ntw-England Rum in do. St. Croix and N. Or
leans Sugar, Molasses in hlids—very superior,
Cofee of excellent quality, Iron, assorted, Mack
erel, No. 1, No. 2. No. 3. Lot of Casting, assor
ted, Rioe in Tierces—fresh, A few demijohns
tery superior old Brandy, Grindstones —Pork,
200 casks Thomaston Lime, Nails —assorted,
St lt,c. July 25, 1832. 16-3 w
They also offer for sale a Match of Well broke
Horses, of cream colour —will be sold cheap.
Molasses, rum, gin, whiskey, &c.
10hhds. N. Orleans Molasses,
20 bbls. Rum,
20 do Gin, (best brand and good proof)
20 do Whiskey (N. O. high proof.)
10 Bbls. Mackeral, No. 1.
50 do Whiskey.
I 50 do Girt,
10 hhds. St. Croix Sugar,
10 do N. O. do
25 bbls. Manheaden Fish,
5 Tierces superior Rice.
Forsaleby C. A. HIGGINS,
■ DOMESTIC LIQUORS, &c.~-Received and
PJ for sale,
■5 bbls Gin, 20 Crates Cookery,
Do Rum, assorted,
Bp Do Whiskey 20 Bags prime green
V hhds N. O. Sugar Coffee,
Bbls Fish, (Salt 20 Bbls Mehaden
B water Trout) Fish,
■ For sale, in lots to suit purchasers, by
C. A. HIGGINS.
B April 2 82-
*1 nr lion Store-
BRIGHT AUCTION.—C. A. Higgins' Auction
g Hmm is constatly supplied with Dry Goods,
Hardware, Hats, Shoes, Jewelry, fancy articles,
B'p C- which will be offered at his night sales.
■ ersons wishing to get great Bargains will do
led to call in. s s 8
■ Gooos>sold at this establishment are fresh and
m pedec order. '
BOO PIKCES COTTON RAGGING in store,
■ forsaleby C. A. HIGGINS.
Hr I“• Arrangements are so made with the
BL,| 80! that the planter and
Blp fn Can . * ,e constantly supplied with the ar-
K, 0 “ a Sg*ng at its lowest prices and on libe
ls June 7.
I Brick •
KvO OQfl BRICK, deliverable in a few
5 days notice, for sale by
■ N r C. A. HIGGINS.
Bties to • a^ove article can be had in quan
■on , su * l purchasers on contract, by giving
nollee f° the subscriber who acts as agent
Bi, e * ten sive kiln in theeig'nhborhood.
C. A. H.
B u m . 'Mottrasses.
D, UI <DERSHAW has on hand, a fine
Bdsin 8 ? rtn ' enl °* cur ' e< l mattrasses, both double
Kwhich he will sell on fair terms.
I huh " C ° n J j , l vert^err Office is fitted up with
.p® Type, and every material which
10 l,e executed with neatness.
m ® nt( >f J°h and Fancy Types are of
■be t .r moßt approved manufacture. Pains
Btnanner en T°t hav ? P f* ntin K lexecuted 1 executed in the
■ t 1 he subscriber solicits the patron-
B blends and the public.
1 M. D. J. SLADE:
If L. \OUNG & CO. inform their friends
A • and the public in general that they have re
ceived their Fall and Winter Stock, consisting
of a general assortment of Dry Goods, Hard
ware, Cutlery, Crockery. Shoes, Boots, Hats,
Blankets, Bagging, &c. I’hey have also r&. eived
200 bags COFFEE,
3 teirces do
GO coils Bale Rope
la hhds. St. CROIX SUGAR,
10 tierces Loaf do
1 pipe MADEIRA WINE,
10 bbls. Malaga do
100 bbls. GIN, RUM, and WHISKEY,
It) “ Rectified Whiskey,
Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, Cog. Brandy
Together with an assortmentof Ironmongery , &c.
LBS. of Hat and square Bar Iron
German. Cast and Blistered Steel, Nails, Nail
Rods, Sheet Iron, Blacksmith’s Bellows, Anvils,
Vices, Hammers, Powder, Shot, Lead, &c.
(E/* The above articles were selected in parti
cular reference to the up-country and will be sold
as cheap as they can be had in this market.
IJL ASTER OF PAR15....10 barrels ofPlas
. ter of Paris for hard walls or stucco work,
just received and for sale by
C. A. HIGGINS.
COOKE & SPEAR,
I\. 100, Broad-Way, New-York.
H AVE constantly on hand, and are manufac
turing a large assortment of Cabinet Furni
ture of every description, consisting of double
and single scroll Sofas, spring and hair Seats,
Wardrobes, Sideboards, Secretary, Book Cases,
dressing and plain Bureaus, Pembroke Case,
dining and toilet Tables, marble top Centre and
Pier Tables, Mahogany, curled Maple and fancy
Chairs, &c. &c. Also, pure curled hair Mattras
ses, feather Beds, Cushions, &c.
They are constantly manufacturing the Patent
Windlass Bedsteads, with which they have
furnished most of the Hotels and Public Houses
in the Union.
They are now prepared to fill all orders either
for cash or on time. They refer to Messrs.
Cooke & Cowles, Macon.
September 11, 1832. 22—6 m
II 'are-Ho use
f JPHE subscriber having rented the Ware-houss
•*- formerly occupied by Lamar & Cos. which i
adjacent to a good Wharf and as safe and conve
nient as any in the place—he will make liberal
advances on Cotton stored with, or shipped by
him—and hopes by strict attention to business to
merit a share of public patronage.
A. E. CHICKERING.
Sept. !8, 23—3 m
Commission Business .
rpHE undersigned has taken the spacious fire
proof brick store, in the 1 south end of Ellis,
Shotwell & Go’s range, for the purpose of trans
acting Auction, Brokerage and Commission Busi
ness, generally —He will be aided in the manage
ment of any business confided to him, by his
brother J. T. Towland, and respectfully solicits
a share of the patronage of tliier respective
friends, and the public.... Until the store is com.
pleted his Counting room will be kept over the
WILLIAM P. ROWLAND.
N. B. Cotton will be bought or sold for a
Oct. 3, 25
S. T. BAILEY,
:rjr aii w*
nIS office is the one lately occupied by Mes
srs. Tracy & Butler, on Third Street.
He will practice in all the Courts of the Flint
October 23. 28
A ND possession given tne first day of January,
J\. the MANSION HOUSE, situated about the
centre of the Town. The house will be by that
time thoroughly repaired—lt is large, roomy and
well calculated for an extensive business; will be
rented for one or more years. Rent payable quar
terly, small notes, and first rate security will be
requi r ed o the renter. Apply to
U. J. BULLOCK.
Octcbe r 3 2-tf
r|lo RENT, and possession given on the Ist
-1 October next, the large and commodious
Store and Ware-House, now in the occupancy of
George W00d... Also the Store now in the occu
pancy of James M. Hill, in the same building,
both in good order and situated on Cherry Street
near the corner of Cherry and Second Streets. —
Apply to C. B. COLE,
or M. CHISOLM.
August 16. 20...
BILLS ON SAVANNAH, at sight.
For sale by
REA & COTTON.
Macon, Nov. 10 30
iAinct for sale-
I AND FOR SALE....The subscribers offer
A for sale the following lots of land.
Lot No. 35, Wth District Lee.
34, 32 d do. do.
254, 20 th do. do.
220, 10IA do. do.
DAY & BUTTS, Agents.
Macon, July 25,1832. 16-
FOR SALE...Two lots of land lying in the
Bth district Houston. For terms, ap
ply at the Cctnpting-house of
DAY &. BUTTS.
July 8 13
Stores to Rent.—The Stores in eth fire
proof building erecting on the corner
o( Mulberry and Third Streets— Possession given
on the Ist of October. For terms apply to
ELLIS, SHOTWELL & Cos.
Macon, July 2 13
1 E per cent cheaper than ever
. JOB MAGIE is just opening a very exlen
sive and splendid assortment of Goods, which
has been selected in the New York market by
himselt, from the latest importations, wljich are
particularly calculated for this market, and which
will be disposed of fully twenty five per cent,
cheaper than ever. These goods are of the la
test style and most, fashionable patterns, and are
offered to his friends and the public with confi
dence fully assured, that not only the style but
prices will fully meet their approbation. Their
attention is requested to the same—a few of the
articles are mentioned, viz:
200 pieces calicoes and prints, some very rich.
Extra fine furniture callicoesand common.
50 pieces fine parish muslins and ginghams,
plain and striped, figured and striped mandarines,
saragoses black and purple Grodeswiss aud Ital
lian silks watered grodenap, black and brown
colored do. hernani gauzes, Orleans robes, paint
ed palmarines and crape deleon, black and color
ed silk, cambletsand princettas, fine french bom
bazines, blond gauze veils (some extra sizes.)
Satin straws, scarfs, fancy handkerchiefs and
shawls, very rich, sett cap and belt ribbons new
patterns, thread laces and insertings, also edg
ings and footings, checked and striped muslins,
jackonet, swiss and Cambric do. one case grass
bleached irish linens assorted, long lawns, linen
cambrics and cambric handkerchiefs, super, vest
ings, plaid and plain drillings and fine french
linens, pongees and ponge handkerchiefs, bandan
na and flags, gloves and milts assorted.
50 dozen silk, cotton, randon hose and half
100 parasols and umbrellas, very neat and rich.
100 pieces mosquito netting.
Bead bags •md purses, shell tuck and side
combs, cambric and furniture dimities and cotton
fringes, 6,7, 8,9, 10, 1 1 and 12 by 4 damask ta
ble cloths, table covers, dunstable and straw bon
bets, palm leaf hats, black and drab beaver hats
latest fashions, travelling caps and trunks.
10 bales sheetings and shirtings and plaids.
500 lbs spun cotton, tickings, osnaburgs, cot
ton cards &c.
Also, an extensive assortment of perfumery,
soaps, oils, powder, powder boxes and puffs,
erasive balls, cologne, honey and rose waters,
otto of roses, &c. &c. Also,
3000 pair shoes and pumps assorted, and
100 pair morocco and calf skin boots, same
very neat and fine. And a very large supply of
saddles, bridles, martingals, saddle and travel
ling bags, &c. &c. &c.
Together with a general assortment of hard
ware and cutlery of all kinds that is wanted in
this market; also carpenter’s tools of all kinds.
Blacksmith’s tools, cross-cut and mill saws,
guns, rifles, &c.
Also a supply of crockery,china and glassware,
Also 10 doz. superior calf skin, gining and
binding skins, sole leather, gin band leather, &c.
and a supply of groceries, family medicines, &c.
Macon, April 27, 1832. I—tf
NEW SPRING GOODS. — Lewis Fitch,
Draper and Tailor, is now opening, at the
Macon Clothing Store, anew and splendid assort
ment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
consisting of superfine Bombazines—brown,slate
black, mixt, white aud buff merino cassimeres—
plaid do. (anew article for Pantaloons,) white
and brown drilling, brown grass linen, Princes
cord, Nankins, buff and white Valencia vesting,
spotted and white marsailes do. Satin and Floren
tine do black andfig’d Velvet do. with agood as
sortment of cloth, velvet and bombazine stocks,
fancy do. Spitalfield hdkl’s. silk net and cotton
double end suspenders, English silk half hose,
Randem do white and brown linen, fiyured cra
vats, Italian do. Bosoms, collars, stiffners,
buckskin gloves, black do. silk and brown linen
do. Epauletts, Ball Buttons, &c.
N. B. L. Fitch will receive in a few days a
handsome assortment of summer clothing.
Tailobing carried on in all its branches as a
bove—having the latest New York and London
fashions, his work shall not be inferior to any.
He returns his sincere thanks for past favors, and
solicits a continuance of public patronage.
March 2, 1832. 90
Ijs LLIS, SHOTWELL & CO. are now re-
J ceiving by several boats, and opening, a
large supply of Goods, which with their former
stock, renders their assortment very ex
tensive. A part of which are given below:
prLW A kegs white lead, in oil
800 gallons linseed oil
600 gallons sperm or lamp oil
200 gallons spirits turpentine
500 gallons train oil
500 boxes window glass, assorted sizes
24 boxes soap
20 coils grass rope
500 barrels northern lime
150 packages drugs and medicines
150 kegs nails and brads assorted
Spanish brown, white lead, Venetian red, chrome
yellow, do. green, verdigris, lamp black, yellow
and stove ochre, umber,terra de scienna, prussian
blue, whiting, putty, dutch and rose pink, paint
brushes assorted, slabs and mullers, dye stuffs,
drugs, medicines, shop furniture, surgical instru
ments, patent medicines, perfumery, preserves,
chocolate, tea, honey, vinegar, plaister pans, ro
man cement, hydraulic cement, nails, brads, cas
tings, locks,hinges and butts, sheet copper, brass,
iron and lead, planes, saws, fail-mill irons, furni
ture mounting assorted,mechanics tools assorted,
together with a general assortment of HARD
WARE and C UTIjERY . a very large collection
of BOOKS and STATIONARY, consisting of
family bibles,euglish, latin & greek school books,
medical, law and miscellaneous books, compris
ing more than 5000 volumes, portable desks,
quills, blank books, printing paper, post office pa
per, foolscap and letter paper, fancy and gilt I •
ter paper, blank and visiting cards, water colors,
albums, piano fortes, flutes, clarionets, flag
eoleta, guitars, bugles, drums, fifes, harps, vio
lins, paper bangings, flower pots, music, cloth
brushes, hair brushes, sweeping brushes, &c.
Many articles are much reduced in price, and
will be sold accordingly
ELLIS, SHOTWELL & CO.
('I hecks on the Commercial, Darien, insurance
J and State Banks—Patent Bills of Exchange,
Cashier’s Checks; Gottorn Receipts; Bills of
Lading; all kindsof Blanks, and every descrip
tion of Printing neatly executed by M. I). J.
SLADE,at tho Advertiser Office, Macon, Geo.
MAdOiX; December 20.
IBMOTOST & £OVE
n are-Hru.se and Commission merchants ,
BLANTON & SMITH, Ware-Houseand Com
mission Merchants, Macon, make liberal ad
vances on Cotton in store, and on shipments; al
so on NOTES and other property deposited in
Their W are-llouses are more convenient to the
business part of town than any other, possessing
the advantages of a V\ barf, and are more exempt
from danger by fire than any other in Macon.
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS.
AAMILiOM A: HAYES.
INTENDING to permanently locate them
selves in Macon, on or before the first of Octo
ber next, for the purpose of transacting the above
business; and having taken the new and conve
nient WARE-HOU >E, recently occupied by
Isaac B. Rowland, on the corner of Midberry and
Second Streets, and in the immediate vicinity of
most of the Cotton transactions, respectfully soli
cit a part of public favor, promising in return un
remitting attention to the interest of all who may
favor them with their business and confidence. —
Liberal advances will be made on Produce, Mer
chandize, or other property.
JAMES K. HAYES.
Macon, Aug. 19. 19-6 t
Why are you fond of toil and care,
Why choose the rankling thorn to wear,
And heedless by the lilly stray,
Which blossoms in your way" ?
npH E subscriber offers for sale a valuable tract
A of Land, containing 506 acres more or less,
lying the fork of big and little Itchaconna
creeks, Crawford county, where the subscriber
now lives. There is 140 acres of excellent bot
toms, the upland lies well, has fine water and is
quite healthy ; there is 200 acres cleared and now
in cultivation, a good gin-house, gin-running
gear, thrash-fan, and a large distillery, now in
operation, with other improvements thereon, the
cattle and stock, hogs, plantation tools, household
furniture, corn fodder &c. also, 2or 300 gallons
whiskey. The above will be sold to the highest
bidder on the 15th of November next.
wishing to purchase would do well to call and ex
amine for themselves. Terms made known on
the day of sale. S. R. VICKERS.
P. S. The land will be offered privately at any
time before that day. S. R. V
THE subscriber continues the above business
at his old stand, (bead of Cherry street, and
Cotton Avenue,) where he offers all the usual
facilities in business.
His Warre-Houses and close storages are in
prime order, and as much exempted from the dan
ger of fire as any in the place.
Cotton stored with him, will be delivered in
any part of the town, fc.ee of any charge, except
the customary storage. JAMES C. MORGAN.
Macon, Sapt. 6, 1832. 23
JUST received, 250 pieces best Hemp Bagging
which will be sold on reasonable terms.
E. L. YOUNG & CO.
August 28 20
The subscriber would inform the citizens
of Macon, and those whose business brings
them hither, that he has now completed his Sta
ble on Second street, in a style inferior to but few
in the Southern country. He has also been dai
iy adding, and will continue to do so, all that
is necessary to the comfort of the man of plea
sure, and for depatch to the traveller. He has
now on hand, used in the Livery, some forty head
of horses, with a number of Barouches, Gigs,
Sulkeys, &c. which are mostly new, and others
are undergoing repairs nec ssary for the season ;
besides which, in a few days, will receive an ad
i ditional supply ol Gigs and Sulkies, well suited
to the taste and wants of the place.
Attached to the Livery Stable, is a coach-ma
ker’s, painters, trimmers, and harness mariM
faetory, as well as a Blacksmith shop ; and hav
ing been at much trouble and expense in procu
ring good workmen, for all these different branch
es, will enable the subscriber at all times to keep
his vehicles and harness in perfect repair.
Every care and pains will be taken to promote
the interest, comfort and convenience of the Pat
; rons of the Establishment; but the subscriber has
i been taught by experience, that persons hiring
must make good all these delays, and injuries,
which may happen. It is proper here to remark,
that all carriages, gigs, or other vehicles, or horse,
being injured by accident, ill-usage, or other
cause, the person having hired the same, will be
held liable therefore, for each day, the article or
horse is withhold as unfit for service; and also
for repairing and feeding, during such delin
The heretofore established Prices will conti
nue to govern, and may lie seen at the Livery
Stable; they are as moderate as the times will
STAGE TO MONTPELIER SPRINGS.
During the ensuing summer and fall, the sub
scriber will run a daily lack between this place
and the Montpelier Springs ; commencing on the
first day of June—leaving Washington Hall, in
Macon, at 3 o’clock, P. M. where seats can be
procured, at the usual stage rates, to-say, $1,75
per seat, payable in advance.
THE INDIAN SPRINGS,
Will also be visited twice a week, by hacks
running from my stable —leaving Erwin’s Hotel,
in Macon, every Tuesday and Saturday, at 8 o’-
clock, A. M. and leave the Springs at 8 o’clock,
on Thursdays and Monday’s ; price of a seat, $5
Will be kept by the day, week, month or year.
April 17, 832. 101— tf
MAPS of Macon, accompanied with some sta
tistic remaiks, price 50 cents, for sale at
the Advertiser Office.
! FAMILY GROCERIES.
HPHE Subscribers are now receiving at their old
stand east side of Mulberry Street, opposite
the Oaks —the following articles, which are offer
ed at very low prices for CASH ONLY.
Canal Flour Spanish Segars
Mackerel No. 1. fresh Sperm Candles
Fulton market Beef Tea—Loaf Sugar
Smoked do Fresh Raisins, Alms.
Pickeled Neats Tongues Butter Crackers
Smoked do do Pilot Bread
Cod Fish Madeira Wine
Potatoes Port do
Goshen Butter Claret
Onions on Straw and in Cog Brandy
Barre’s Jam. Rum
Turpentine Soap Hol’d Gin, &c. &c.
Best chewing Tobacco
Also —500 lbs. Candles and Confectionaries,
warranted fresh and in fine order, which will be
sold very low by the package.
R. B. & C. W. WASHINGTON.
Nov. 29, 1832 39-2 w.
lEWIS FITCH, Merchant Tailor, is now o-
A pening, at the Macon Clothing Store, anew
and splendid assortment of Goods and Clothing,
in bis line, consistingof super. blue, black, brown,
green, olive, claret, mulberry, invis. green, and
mixt London Cloths ; stiped cassimere, anew ar
article; Petersham’s Oxford mixt atinet, first rate;
fashionable figured and plain Velvet, Satin, Flo
rentine, Marseilles and Valencia vestings; blue,
black, orange, drab, buff, white, and steel mixt
Cussimeeeß; silk Italian, and fig. fancy & white
crevats ; English and India handkerchiefs; duck,
hor3e and lined gloves; lack and white silk stock
ings; silk, cotton and worsted randem half hose;
French fancy velvet suspenders; silk, webbing
and cotton suspenders; shirt bosoms and shirt
collars ; velvet and bombazine stocks, and stiff
ners ; linen cambric handkerchiefs ; silk umbrel
las ; cloth caps, children’s fancy and hair seal
flannel, brown shirting & sheeting; gold and sil
ver epaulets, stars; assels, lace, buttons, &c.
READY-MADE CLOTHING.—Fine blue,
brown, green & olive frock and dress coats, and
coatees ! mixed over-coat3 and pea coats; fine
blue, black, brown, drab, orange and mixed pan
taloons ; blue and mixed sattinet pantaloons;
cord and berentine pantaloons ; fine figured, plain,
velvet, Florentine, Marseilles, bombazine and
cloth vests; drawers, shirty monkey and short
jackets; trowsers; fustian pantaloons; goat’s
hair Cantoons, Indigo blue and Camblet cloaks ;
ladies goats hair, camblet, silk and plaid cleaks;
all of which are made up in the best manner, and
will be sold cheap for CASH.
TAILORING, in all its branches, carried on
as usual. Having the latest fashions and good
workmen, my work shall not be inferior to any.
I solicit the patronage of my friends and the
public generally. All orders thankfully received
and promptly attended to. 55tf
HORSES in future will be boarded at Ten Dol
lars per month in advance, or Twelve Dol
lars payable at the end of each month.
August 28 20
(“abinet ware-house.— j. iCuid J7-
J show, Cabinet Maker, Macon, Georgia—
respectfully informs ihe public, that he conti
nues business, notwithstanding, his being “burnt
out” at the late fire, and has removed to the build
ing three doors shove Wiley, Baxter & Fort,
where he has on hand and will keep, a handsome
assortment of all kinds of Furniture, such as
Side Boards, Bureaus, Book Cases, Dining, Tea,
Card and Centre Tables, Work Stands, Sofas,
Chairs, Bed Steads, Writing Desks, Looking Glas
ses, Secretarys, Uc.
He will warrant his work to be of the best ma
terials and manufacture, and will be thankful for
orders, which will have his prompt attention. He
hopes to receive, and will endeavor to merit a
share of public patronage.
Jaauary 4, 1832. 73-tf
--TIN WARE MANUFACTORY, on Mulber
ry, near Third Street. —The subscriber ma
nufactures and keeps constantly on hand a gene
ral assortment of which he will sell Wholesale
and Retail, at Savannah or Augusta prices.
JOB WORK done at the shortest notice at
the shop on Third street, next door to Ellis,
Shotwell U Cos.
WILLIAM S. ELLIS.
Orders sent to Ellis, Shotwell & Cos. will re
ceive prompt attention.
Nov. 18, 1831. 60—tf.
HAT STORE. —The subscriber has taken the
stand next door below the Post Office, in
McDonald’s building, where he has on hand a
large assortment of BEAVER HATS, of the
latest New-Xork fashions, which he warrants,
if not superior, at least notsurpassed by any in
the place—he has also, alarge assortment of
HATS of all kinds, suitable for town and coun
try dealers, which he offers at wholesale or retail.
iff He will furnish the citizens ef the place
with Hats by the year or quarter, at reasonable
rates ; old hats received in exchange for uew.
Cash paid for Furs of all kinds.
Jan. 5 75y
I AW HOOKS—Just received in addition to
1 A their former supply: Alabama Reports,
Equity Font Blanque, English Corn Law Re
port*, English Ecclesiastical Reports, Holt on
Libels, Hovendon on Frauds, Roscoe on Evi
dence, Story on Bailment, Todd’s Johnson,
Wentworth on Executors, Vesey’s Chancery
Reports, Yelverton’s Report, Yelverton’s Re
ports, Bay ley on Bills, Story’s Commentaries,
Condensed English Chancery Reports, Starhre
on Evidence, Massachusetts Reports, Bullet’s
Nisi Prius, Rutherforth’s Institutes, lngersoM T s
Abridgment, Russell on Crimes, Foster’s Digest
Constitutional Reports of South Carolina.
ELLIS, SHOTWHLL & CO,
Jiao —Docket and other Blank Books, suitable
for Courts. July 3. 12.
WE are authorised to announce George Vi
dal, a candidate for Tax Collector of Bibb
county. Macon, Oct.2 V 25.,
Macon , Georgia.
1 he Proprietor having made large additions
to his house in Macon, is now prepared to enter*
tain Boarders and Travellers, at al Dimes.
During the summer he will be generally at
the Indian Springs, whore his establishment will
be kept up as heretofore. In his absence it will
be under the direction of a young man of good
L. A , ERWIN.
N. B. The Stage Office is kept at his house
in this place.
Macon, June 7 1832. Btf
UEA & COTTON, offers fot sale on accom
500 pieces Hemp Bagging
500 ready made cotton bags (best quality)
100 bbls. Baltimore, N. Orleans and Georgia
10 hhds.|northefrf Rum (colored)
10 casks Marseilles Madeira Wine
30 boxes manufactured Tobacco
35 hhds* St. Croix aud Poets Rice, Sugars
5 bbls. Copperas
2 bales Blankets
3 box Saddlery
1000 bushels alum Salt
a small invoice of Dry Goods, Hardware,
t rockery, Wc. suitable for a Country store, will
he sold on a credit of 6 months.
Oct. 383*2. 2si
COFFEE, MACKEREL, &c.
rc\ BAGS PRIME GREEN COFFEE,
20 barrels Mackarel, No. 3.
5 crates Crockery, assorted.
For sale by rea & COTTON.
N-ov. 10, 1832. 3i
Co'urnbHs, Nov. 24, 1832.
■ UNDERSTANDING that a report is ohtain-
ing circulation, that payment for my reserve
opposite this place was made in money of the Ma
<n Bank, by the purchasers, Col. McDougald
and Dr. Robert Collins, I consider it but dite to
them, to state that they never presented me one
dollar in said money, and that I am perfectly sat
isfied with that transaction.
39 B. MARSHALL
THE thing is out, 'tis true I swear it. —That
from anil after the 10th day of September
next, all those unsettled accounts and demands
that have been called for from ten to a hundred
times, and some too of 14 months standing, with
out reserve will be putin the hands of Officers
for collection ; also, many small demands of short
standing—those 1 mean who feel indignant at a
dun, thinking if it is done in an officer-like man
ner it will be more satisfactory to them, and less
trouble to me; and notwithstanding, many of
those long-winded gentry threaten me with the
loss of their patronage, I will only remark that
nothing could be more congenial to my feelings
than the loss of that patronage which day by day
and step by step would drag me to the redhouse
under the hill —In fact it has become almost the
order of the day, that when you foryonr mo
ney, you receive naught but insult, and it is not
untrequeut that you are laughed at, because your
bill is so small, some will very candidly tell you
that you are too poor to keep a stable, when at the
same time it is such men keeping you out of your
money, that makes you poor. If any business
requires cash it is mine, and 1 have never known
a place, but this, that a credit was expected for
one hour, much less six months. The evil mast
be remedied, or I sink, and sink 1 never will as
long as 1 have any thing to hold to, and I am
tired of asking for it:
So have it I may, but have it I must.
And if the law will give it me, doubtless its just,
So now I take my leave of the above-named
and return my sincere thanks to the good citizens
of Macon for their liberal patronage and prompt
pay, without which my horses must’ve perished;
and while I solicit a continuance of their patron
age, I will add, I shall be ever happy to serve
them in the capacity I represent, and every care
shall be taken to promote their interest and com
fort and to render general satisfaction.
N. B. I am now making preparations to run a
daily Hack to and from Milledgeville, commen
cing from the Ist to the 15th October next, to
run during the session. J, BENNETT,
LIME —The subscriber still manu
facturing Lime at his plantation in Crawford
county, where it can be had at all times in quan
tities to suit purchasers and upon accommodating
terms —to wit:
By the barrel in the rock at $2 50
“ “ “ slacked 150
By the bushel in the rock 50
“ “ “ slacked 25
It may also be had at the following places at the
undermentioned prices—to wit:
At Esq. Bell’s in Talbotton in the rock per
barrel $4 50 slacked $3 50
At C. M. Norwood, Talbot county in the rock
per barrel $4 50 slacked #3 50
At TANARUS, Bryant’s, McDonough in the rock, per
barrel $5 00 slacked $4 00
At J. B. Wick’s, 'ftiomaston in the roek per
barrel $4 00 slacked <l3 00
At Cullodensville in rock per barrel
$3 00 slacked $2 00
At B. Pye’s, in Forsyth in the foeh per bar
rel $4 slacked $3 00
And in Macon at Messrs. Ellis, Shotwell & co.
per barrel in the rock S3 75 slacked $2 50
Also, at the subscribers in Macon per barrel in
the rock $3 75 slacked $2 50.
The increased demand has enahled me to put
the prices at a reduced rate, and 1 think I may ven
ture to assert that from the improvements I have
been daily making in the burning, together with
my selection of rock, that I now have Lime equal
to any Thomaston Lime, except its whiteness,
and this 1 hope to improve. I believe for brick
work and cement, no lime on earth is superior,
but that part I am disposed to lave with the pub
lic, arid if it does not sustain itself, I want noth
ing for it.
I deem it nn necessary to trouble the communi
ty with a long list of certificates vouching for the
virtues of the lime, when I propose a trial and if
nut good — 7iopay —more is unnecessary.
All orders from the country thankfully received
and promptly attended to. J. BENNETT.
Macon Aug. 27, 1832. 20-tf