BY M. BARTLETT.
at macoX .ga.
Printing Office or. Mullerry^ Street—east side the
TERMS.—Tnnr.F. Dollahs n year, if paid in
advance, or Four Dollars. If not paid before the
end of the year. ‘ Subscribers living at a distance
will be required in all cases to pay in advance.
— WASLB HOVSE
, COMMISSION BUSINESS.
Hamilton &. ESsyes
ARE now ready for the recep
tion of business, and respectfully
solicit a share of public patronage.
In addition to the Ware House pre
viously mentioned, they have taken one at the
lower end of town immediately on the River and
very secure from fire.
3 HAMILTON & HAYES.
Mncon, Oct. 9, 1832. 3-2t
AND . • .
THE subscriber continues tlie
above business at his old stand,
Head of Cherry street aud Cotton
L-\- v Avenue, where he offers all the u-
sual facilities in business.
His Waro Uouso and close storages arc in
piimo order, and as much exempted from the
danger of fire as r.uy in the place.
Cotton stored with him will be delivered in a-
ny part of the town, free of any charge, except
the customary storage.
Oct 5 2 JAMES C, MORGAN.
. J. GODDARD,
WILL continue to transact the
$ above business at tho same place
occupied last vear by J. GOD
DARD & REED. Ho kns built
a good Wharf for the convenience of the "Ware
House: and thero is no Ware House in town moro
secure from tho dangers of fire. ' .. u
By strict attention to business committed to his »,
care, and the facilities which ho will bo able to
render his customers, ha hopes to merit a contin
uance of tho patronage of his friends atul the pub
lic in general.
He is prepared to make liberal advances at all
times, on cotton stored or shipped by him. Cot
ton stored at his Ware House ft ill be insured at
tho lowest rntes, if requested.
Ho has also taken tho Waro House occupied
last year by L. J. Groce, for tho convenience of
his friends and customers in East Macon.
■Macon, August 10 103 6m
5L 22. Reed & Thoanas Slalr
Books, Music, &c.
ELLIS, SHQTWELL & CO.
A RE now receiving aud opening at their
BOOK STORE, a number of
^ PIANO FORTES,
of a rich description, and a variety of other Mu
sical Instruments, with Instruction Books aud
Music adapted to the same. A large collection of
TSevr music fbv the Piaao,
embracing all tho Music of the celebrated Cinde
rella Opera, and a variety of Engravings, Carica
tures, Prints, <fcc.—also,
A large assortment of Bool
consisting of fifteen hundred volant :s: a cata
logue embracing a considerable portion of which,
is published in the Christian Repertory.
A great variety of STATIONARY and Mis
A largo assortment of PAPER BANGINGS,
Bordering, Fire-Prints, &c. &c.
They respectfully invite tho attention of tho
public to the above, and request them to call and
examine. Juno 11 24
MACON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1S32.
E'er cent, cheaper than ever l
JOB MA GIE
I S just opening a very extensive and splendid ns
sortinent of GOODS, which has been selected in
THE NEW YORK MARKET
by himself, from the latest importations, which ore
particularly calculated for this market, and w hich will
bo disposed of fuliv
cheaper than over. These goods are of the latest Style
and most fashionable patterns, and are offered to his
Z’riends and the Public
j with confidence fully assured, that not only the style
T HKcltilns of Macon and Ue vicinity are most
rr«poct,bly informed that the Academy situat
ed about or.a silo from town on the road leading to
Forsyth, will iu completed r.nd ready for the. recep
tion ofschojan obotrt (ha first of November next.~
Its health undvtired location Is truly inviting. The
subscriber, \v® b engaged to toko charge of tha a-
bovoaundemy lias been for many years a teacher ir.
fomo of tho Moat respectable schools in the city of
New Yprk.fron the Principals of which he can show
the most satinfrtory testimonials of his qualifications.
Pram Ids strietittonlion to all tho duties of his school,
from his unremtting exertions hi facilitating the pro-
gross of his pupls, bs hopes to merit and secure the
approbation cl the public. He has already opened
hut prices will fully meet thoir approbation. Their j the school in nt'ery commodious and pleasant room,
attention is requested to tho same—a few of the arti- j convenient to tiu Academy, where ho will teach un
cles are mentioned, via: \ til it is complete]. .
200 pieces Calicoes and Print!*, some very rich. i Tho co'-rse olcducation to be pursued in. this insti-
Extra fine Furniture Calicoes and Comm’on. , '.I’.tiou, will 0 ml race tho Greek and Latin classics.
SO piece* fine Parish Muslim and Ginghams, plain L with'tfi6 different English branches. Terms- oi tui-
and striped, figured and uriiicd Mandarines, Sur»'”o's- j tion, and othcrparticulnrs rolntivo to the institution
sns black ami purple Groileswiss ami Italian Silks [ will he known ly enquiring of the lion.. C. B. Strong.
A LINE OF POST COACHES
__ Is running regularly from
Jg|9k^5|34tMACON to SAVANNAH,
Sftrfo leaving Macon every Tucs-
EiiawiT r—“day and Saturday morniug at
three o’clock, mid arriving at Savannah Wednes
day and Sunday evenings at 8 o’clock, makiug
the time in going through only forty hours, a dis
tance of ono hnndred aud eighty miles- This
liue is not surpassed by any iu tlie State for good
Conches, fine Teams and careful Drivers. For
Seats apply at Erwin’s Hotel, Macon.
Aug. 20 171 cow4t F.DW. VARNER.
LINE OF STAGES
~[|43 UNNING through the upper parts of South
J*L&> and Nojrth Carolina and Virginia, to Wash-
ington City, and which, at its Southern end, ro-
ccatly terminated at Powelton, Ga., is now in full
and complete operation.
It has recently bcon exteuded to MilledgcviUo,
from which place it departs on Tuesdays, Thurs-
davs and Saturdays, at 4 A. M. V
For particulars see t-iils and tho Millcdgcvi 1c
papers. WM. SMITH.
Culpepper Va.. May 15.1832. 21 Cm
Watered Grodcnap. blRck and brown colored do
Heraool Gauzes. Orlcnns Robes, painted Pnlmariao
aud Crape Deleon, black and colored Silk, Cnmbioi
and I'riuccttas.fino French Bombozincs, Blond Gauze
Veils (some extra sizes), Satin Straws. Scarfs Fancy
Handkerchiefs and Shawls, very rich, sett Cap and
Belt Ribbons new patterns, Thread I*ces and Insert,
ings. also Edgings anu Footings, checked and striped
Muslins. Jackonnt. Swiss aud Cambric do.'one case
gra*s bleached Irish Linens assorted, Long Lqjvns-
Mr. Alexanderfi'hotwell, Mr. Wm. Scottorthetonch-
, ..Hi JOHN O’KEEFE.
Macon, Oct. 2.18S2. . •
DR. I. ELLIS,
M AYING determined to sottle permanently
in Macon respectfullv offers liis
to the inhabitant! of the town aud adjacent coun-
Linen uamericiAnd C^mbrVl^udkerehTefs. Sup'c'r. i tr J’. , F ° r ° fthoscw , bo f ar °°“ ac -,
Veilings, plaid arid plain Drillings and fine French ! quanited with hm, lie tL.n&s proper to state, that
Linens. Pongees and Ponge Handkerchiefs, Bamlan ho was regularly admitted to his profession m
SAW AHD &2&XST THIZZ.
Fj#~K£ subscriber respectfully informs the pnb-
JL lie, that his
BVSASTC BATS' & C-RT52? 7^77. ~,
near his residence, within one mile ot Macon, it
now iu complete hud successful operation. In
additiouto other machinery hois prepared with a
circular saw for ripping light lumber, such as
Window’ Sash, Paling-,, Laths, &c. In conse
quence of the heavy expenditure incurred in its
establishment, it is necessary that ho shcr.l 1 re
quire either cash or bankable paper for his lum
ber, which be is disposed to sell at a fair price.
A share of the public patronage is very respect
fully solicited. BENJ. F. OWENS.
N. B.—A first rate SAWYER, may, by ap
plying immediately, obtain good wages and a per
manent situation- B. I’. O.
July 27. 164 tf
FALLS OF COOS.
which fora long time has oe-
E/ills on SaVnnnah.
TTftAYABLE at for sab by
ifii J)cc 1 ^ : Il/V-Y-sC r~.
TWO POLE BOATS—
Red Rover and Ariel. Tho Ro
^&ver is as good ns new, as it has
IN MACON, GA.,,
UNDER TIIK NAMF. AND riRM OF
. 2S.BS3& Si ESiMR.
, jj^HEY have taken ’.he Warehouse am!
a Wharf next above tbo bridge known as
They will render the same facilities to the
Pliftitcrs, Buyers and Shippers of Cottou, that
anv other like establishment in tho place.
Their Warehouse is safe from the dangers of
fire, and possesses . tho advantages of a good
Whnrf and close Storehouse—all of which will
fco pat in good repair for the reception of Cotton
They solicit n share of public patronage. Our
Mr. Reed acknowledges with pleasure the liberal
matron age y,hich ho has received heretofore from
Jiis friends and acquaintances, and respectfully
solicits the continuance of the same, to the abovo
firm. . REED & BLAIR.
August. Ip32. 170 6m
ZMHSOar & SMZfB,
M AKE liberal advances an Cotton in store
-and on shipments, also on notes and oth
er property deposite ■' iu their hands.
Their Waro Houses arc more convenient to the
business part of tho town than any other, possess
ing tho advantages of n wharf, and are more ex
empt from danger by fire, than tiny other in Ma
con. May 25 144
T HE uudersjgncd intending to remove to
Savannah early in the mouth of October,
offers his services to his friends and the public, in
tha transaction of a General FACTORAGE and
COMMISSION BUSINESS. Ho will make
cash advances, or acceptances on actual ship
ments of Cotton.
In addition to which, bo will continue tho car-
r. ing trade between Savannah and Charleston,
fur which ho is now furnishing a large now Steam
Boat, the FREE TRADE, of light draft of wa
ter, built of tho best materials, coppered and cop
per fastened, with two twenty-six horse engines,
and at the proper season, will run one or two
Steam Boats, with Tow Boats well manned, be
tween Savannah and Macon.
He has largo firo proof sheds, for tho storagq of
Goods and Produco. directly on tlie wharf to save
tho expense of drayage.
AH articles intended for shipment by any of his
boats, whether to Macon or Augusta, will he stor
ed gratis. G. B. LAMAR.
Oct. 1 I
BcSSSbeen but a few months since she
underwent an entire and good repair. I have
had tho Ariel examined by a gentleman who is
well acquainted with boat fcuildiug, and he in
forms me that one hundred dollars will put her
in good order for freighting, as her timbers are all
good. Tho two are said :o lie very low at eight
hundred dollars. I will sell them on time, and
if a sale can be effected with any of Col. B. S.
Griffin’s confidential creditors, I will discount foor
hundred dollars on his paper.
Also,—A HORSE AND KULKEY and a
Pedlar’s WAGON tor sale.
Also,—Two young likely NEGRO WOMEN.
Sept. 4, 1832. 176 W. B. CONE,
nn and Flags, Gloves and Mitts assorted.
50 dozen Silk, Cotton, Xtandon Hose and half
100 Parasols and Umbrellns, very neat and rich.
100 pieces Mosquito Netting.
Bend Bn^s and Purses. Shell Tuck nud Side Combs,
Cambric and Furniture Demitiesand Cotton Fringes,
<5. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 nnd 12 by 4 Damask Tublc Cloths.
Table Covers, Dunstable' and Straw Bonnets. Palm
Leaf Hats, Black and Drab Beaver Hats, latest fash
ions, Travelling Caps and Trunks,
10 bales Sheetings, Shirtings and Plnjds,
600 lbs Spun Cotton, Tickings, Osnnburgs, Cot
ton Cards. &c-
Also, nn extensive assortment of Perfumery, Soaps
Oils, Powder, Powder Boxes and Puffs. Erasive Bnlls,
Cologne, Honey and Rose Waters, Otlo of Rases,
Ac. Ac. Also. .
3000 pair Shoes and Pumps assorted, and
100 pair Morocco, nnd Calf Boots, some very
.. neat nnd fine.
Anil a very large supply of
Saddles, Bridles, Y^arting-als,
SADDLE AND TRAVELLING BAGS,
&c. &c. &c.
Together with a general assortment of
Hardware fy Cutlery
of nil kinds that is wanted in this market; also CAR
PENTER’S TOOLS of nil kinds. BLACKSMITH
TOOLS, Cross cut and Mill Saws, Guns. Rifles. &c.
Also n supply of Crockery, Chinn and Glass Ware
Also 10 dozen superior Calf Skins. Gining nnd
Binding Skins, Sole Leather. Gin Band Leather. Ac.
And a supply of GROCERIES, FAMILY MEDI
Mncon, AprH 20 129
Kh^HE subscribers will pay liberal prices for a
JiL few likely men. young and of good char
ctor. BLANTON &. SMITH.
May 25 144 ’ ■
l/ITERINO SQUARE SHAWLS jus V re-
fil coived by
Dec 23 • 54
WM. H. BURDSALL.
18C4, agreeably :o the laws and regulations of the
State of New York, aud that most of bia time
since that perid has beeu devoted to an exten
sive practice. By a faithful dischafgo of his pro
fessional dutiet, ho hopes to merit a liberal pat
ronage. His csideuco and office arc in the house
formerly occupcd Dy Mr. Birdsong, on Mulberry
street. " Jan. 14 2 . -
_ Family Cooking Stoves,
”TLL Irens and Cotton Gin Machinery or
salo bj ELLIS. SHOTWELL & CO.
May 25 144’. . . ,■
O N New Tork, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sa
vannab, and Augusta, in sum3 to suit pur
chasers, for stic by
Nov. 10. 3AXTER, FORT & WILEY.
GRAVES & SON have just rec
the following articles:
12 lihds Si. Croix aud £L O. Sugars
10 bbls Loaf do-
50 bags Coffee
40 bbls Rum J&
SO bbls N. Gin
£0 bbls Whiskey
10 hhds Molasses
20 bbls Potatoes
2 pipes Cog. Brandy
2 pipes Holland Gin
2 hhds Jam. Ram
25 bhls Wine ' .
20 bbls Cordial
Boxes Soap, Caudles
- Pepper, Pimento, Ginger
Tobacco, Pearlash, Copperas
- Boxes Hyson and Black Tea
50,000 lbs Iron and Steel
2000 lbs Hoop Iron
> Castings, &c. &c.
All of which will ho sold very low.
April IP X 121
A SHOTWELL &J. S. SMITH have just j fgnHE Howard Insurance Company of New
Aa A rccclvol a lavde lot of < York continues to insure COTTON, when
S'ancy SQEStable !E?03!2LDts, shipped on good Boats or Boxes, against tbo
Shell v ‘ v H ** '* " — —
JfglllE Subscribers still continuo the business
la at the old st-ind, corner of Walnut and
Fourth'Streets, where Work will bo done accord
ing*to order. Having r. large assortment of arti
cles ordered from the North which will arrivo iu
tho course of the summer, consisting of Gigs, B«
gics. Barouches and Carriages, they foel con-
fidsut of pleasing customers both fn articles and
The have now on hand an assortment which
will be sold low for cash, such ns feulkcys, Gigs
nnd Barouches-; besides several splendid sets of
Harness, with Laces, Carpeting, Morocco,
Springs of different kiuds, Joints, Bands, Loops
and -Bows of all sizes. Orders for Carriages
punctually attended to, and warranted to please
or no sale. BENTON & BACON.
Wanted as an Apprentice,
A lad about fourteen or fifteen years ci age, of
steady moral habits. B. & B.
May 4 138 -
[HE subscribers havo on the river,and will
receive in a few days.
2000 pieces Hemp Bagging.
They have made arrangements with their friends
in Savannah and Charleston to be regularly sup-
pkrd throughout the s‘-i -m, ?.r.! ’>sv wi’.l at i!!
limes bo prepared to sell at t'r.r; market
prices and oc a long erxait
Mxy is r m '/ . ;• g : - : ■*
. I t a:- o a,
A FIRST .rate clokc-hoc.y CARRIAGE,
m. nearly new, in good order, aad well made.
»41l be sold reasonably, exchanged for a good
OicorChVse. Arfplylo C. AThIGG1N%.
At his old stand, comer of Cherry and Secondsts.
I S now receiving from New York aud Boston,
a fresh supply of Goods, which, in addition
to those on hand, will make his stock very largo
and 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 kegs Nails
Northern Gin, Northern Rum
Apple Brandy, Wine,
Powder, Shot, &c. &c-
42oods, Saarrlwarc, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes,
A-/- dec. &C.
M. IL BURDSALL is now receiving and
opening a general assortment of
which he offers for sale at the most, reduced pri
ces, amongst which arotho following:
Superfine Saxony blue, black and colored Cloths.
Blue, black and fancy mixed Satiunetts
Dufiie point and rose Blankets.
Red, white, green and yellow Flannels
Saxony and Canton white gauze ditto
8 and 10 qr. Damask tabic Diaper
Birds eyo and Russia do
Black-and Blue Bombazctts and Circassians
Irish Lincn3, Flemish Sheetings, Cotton Ozm
Negro Cloths, Linscys'
Thread Laces and Shell Combs.
-Black Itnliau Lustring, black Sarsanet ami Sin-
chews, black Gros do Berlin, black Gros de
Naples, Colored do do
Mandarines and Florences, black and colored
Gauzo and Satin Garniture
RibbonB and silk Velvets, Merino and Cashmere.
Thibet Wool, Damask Silk and Crapo Shawls
Ladies diamond'straw and Leghorn braid Bonnets
Misses diamond nnd chain Bonnets
Lace and gauze Veils, figured aud plnia Bobbiuct
Flagg ami Bandanna Handkerchiefs
A general assortment of coarse Shoes and Boots
Mon’s and Youth’s Fnr>IIajs
Fur, Lcatlior and Hair Caps, See &c •
Nov 5, 13
Also—a geieral assortment os' Carved
COMBS, of he Grot quality.
Afad two boxes of
23S.A3 «?4 S'&.fiGK BSAVB& 3SJLTS
of superior qmlitv.
April 17 126 •
JAMES R. BENNET,
Sooi aac? Shocmalsesv
HAS commenced business in,
llcPonald's building, (near the.
Macon Telegraph Office,) where 1
ho will be found ready to attend
to his old customirs and. others who may call on
him. ' — '
(ty’BOOTSnn^SHOES manufactured to
order, in the belt manner. REPAIRING also
(XT’ Two or three JOURNEYMEN can find
regular emnlo/lacnt hjr annUrntiAsi tn him
jan. 25. *| . 59.
dangers of the River,
moderate. Apply to
Dec 20 . 51
Rates of Premium are
O. BAY’, Agent.
i- N assortfaent of colored and Mack SILKS
just received and for sale by
Nov 17 23 WM. IT. BURDSALL.
J UST reedved, a geucral assortment of Ready-
made Cbthing, of very superior quality,-and
made in tho n.ost uishionablc manner; the work
of which is Wirranted.
A. SHOTWELL &J. S. SMITH,
July 17. 18te. 161
£nnds4ape IPapcr Hanging.
4 SPLEiSDIP assortment, just received nnd
for salo >y ELLIS, SHOTWELL & CO.
May 25 J44 ,
Canton <& Smith
OFFF.n FOR SALE,
iHHDS St Croix and N. O' Sugar
60 ibis do do do
50 do Loaf and Lump do
50 do Rye Whiskey
2000 ;>ushels Salt,
And a variay of other goods.
May 25 144
F OCR good FANCY* CLOCKS for salo lev
C. A. niGGINS.
T HE subscribers have just received a large
and extensivo assortment of Negro Clo
thing which Will be sold at a small profit.
Dec 5 A. SHOTWELL & J. SMITH.
©ne Hnidred Dollars 3S.e^ard?
■ffB AN'AWiY from the subscriber, about the
JUL 7th Juk last, a hired negro follow by the
name of DAyE, who.belongs to Thomas Prico.
As this is not no first time said fellow hn3 runa
way after beii^ hired out. it is believed ho has
been furnisbedwith a ticket, authorising him to
eo off to a dtyance and hire out his own time.
For the nppehensiou of the negro, and proof of
this fact, suflitient to conviction, I will giro ono
hnndred dollgs, or twenty dollar* for tho boy n-
lono. Said Javois a tall black fellow, about Sir
years of age. It is probable he is op at the gold
miucs. . - , DAVID RALSTON.
Aug. 24 i 172 -
NEW SPRING GOODS.
1 .. - S. GRAVES & SOU
A RE now receiving from New York and Bos
ton, a largo and fresh supply of SPRING
j and FANCY* SUMMER GOODS, cousisungin
j part of
600 ps Calicoes, 100 do Fashionable Ginghams,
100 p3 Italian. Grodcnap, Sinchew, Sarsnrt.Ohnn
gcnble, Figured and Fancy colored SILKS
200 ps Corded'Muslins, Cambric Dimity, &c
Pieces Figured and plain Swiss Muslins
10(1 do IrLh Linens
100 do Pongee and Fancy Silk lldkfs
200 do Raw Silk do
ioo uczT'nncy Dres3 8hub and Scarfs
COO do Cotton, Aladrau, nnd Her.d lldkfs
Linen Drilling. Gentlemen’s Stocks and CravnD,
Brown Linen, Rowsn Cassimcre, Beavertcen,
Bang up Cord, Circassians
600 doz Hosiery and Gloves, 300 do Spool Thread
50 doa Ball Thread, 50 do Spool do
150 doz pr Suspenders, 200 do Tucking Combs
500 do Side Combs, Tortoise Shell do
Dressing Combs, 100 ps Mosquito Netting, Fancy
Baskets, do Boses, ICO lb Flax Thread, Sewing Side.
Leghorn and Dunstable Bonnets, Umbrellas—Mar
seilles. Silk, Valencia and Vol ret Vestings—Bleach’d
Ilomespnns. Plaid do. Furnitures Plaids, Checks,
Stripes, Ticking, 20 bales browi; Homespuns, CO ps
Osnnburgs, Rnssia Duck, do Sheetings.
a general assortment of S UMMER CLOTHING.
consisting of Coats, Ronndabonts, Vests, Pantaloons.
&c. &c. A lareo supply of
Skoes 6l Boots* .saats* Saddlery
&c. &c_ 100 doz Talm Leaf Hats.
A c .mpleteassortment of HARD WARE and CUT
LERY, GLASS WARE. CROCKERY, Ac. Ac.
The above Goods wore pnrehased In New York
nnd Boston, a few weeks since, (of recent importa
tions,) tit twenty per cent less than former prices,
and will be sold unusunlly-low.
Also,—will receive, next week, a lart;e. supply of
GROCERIES, IRON & STEEL, NAILS
&c See. . For sale ns above, 6000 lbs prime BACON
march 31 115
£9 SALI.9. best quality LAMP OIL
ust rccoived tv boat Navigator, fo:
salo bv 1 ELLIS, SHOTWELL & Co.
April 10 121 ’l -•
Ready made Cotton Sags, 5 and
5J y-srds each, of tho best Inver
ness Bagging, for sole by
REA A-. COTTON.
TjfUST received and for salo by the subscribers,
Vjjr several case* of BrewstCfi* *
idlaek nnd Drab -Tats,
Not inferior to any in the Market.
At* o—A general assortment of DRY GOODS
ID addition to their former stock: which will b*:
sold low. A. SHOTWELL & J . S. SMITH.
July 13, 1832. 169
Bust's latent Printing Press.i
T HE undersigned having been appointed A-
genr for the sale of Rust’s Improved Patent
cast Iron Printing Press, takes this opportunity
to recommend it to the fratornity. This Press is
coming into general uso at tho North—and is
thought to bo the most perfect and efficient of any
now in use. "Workmen, who havo used this and
tilers, give this tho preference ovSr every other
kind as respects case; power and durability. .
Ouo of thesa Presses is now in use at this office,
where it may be seen in operation.
Letters to tho undersigned on tho subject, (post
paid) will be attended to. 51. BARTLETT.
Jf9> Hhds prime N. O. Sugar
O V 20 hhds St. Croix do
40 do Jlolasscs
50 bbls WhisKoy
50 do Gin (Phclp's brand)
5fr do Rum
20 doz. Champaigns
10 bbls New Ark Cider,
For sale by C. A. HIGGINS.
May 29 .145, • .
I will board Horses, at my Plan.'
tation on tho east side of the Piver,
■ 35 50 p-*r month
STos 1 Sale,
60 Hhds N O Sugnr
-10 Hhds N O Molasses
100 Bbls N O Whiskoy
Sla 100 Bbls N E Rum
100 Bbls N E Gin
By C. A. HIGGINS.
The above can be had to lots tosuitpurchnscrs,
and for appro’ed, paper on accommodating terms.
Oct. 9. 3 .- .
days notice, fo/salo by C. A. HIGGINS. .
N. B. Tho abovo article can lie had in quan
tities to suit purchasers "on contract, by giving
short notice to tho subscriber, who acts as agent
for an extensive kiln iu the neighborhood.
June 5 147 C. A. H.
.a,and in SVowtoo.
*■5^RACTIONS No. 333 nnd 334. in the 16th
W' District origiuaily Henry now Nawton
ounty, arc for salo, Apply in Macon to
Dec 1 35 . M. BARTLETT.
, HI HE subscriber being very anxious to re-
6L duco his stock of TVoollth Clothing, will
sell at very low prices.
March tS W?.T. II. BURDSALL.
HE Subscriber haviiig 6old his stock of
nsr. Samuel T. Rowland,
and declined business, solicits for him tho patron*
ago of his friends and former customers, and re
quests all wlu are indebted to him, to call at the
store of S. 7. Rowland, next door to Messrs
Cooke &: Copies, where ho will be found for the
purpose of tmking settlements.
Dec 24 | 1 ISAAC B. ROM LAND.
Sand for Sale*
Lot No. 3l, in the 11th district of Loo county. J
“ 34, « 32d “
it 254, 20th * r “
U «20, ,c 10th ,r , “
DAY' & BUTTS, Agents'.
Macon. July 27. 18.32.. 164
ra hhds St. Croix, Porto Rico, and New
£§ e>j5 Orl.nn- BTJCARB
. 150 bags Coffcs
35 barrels Molasses
70 bb Northern Rum, 60 4° Whiskey
30 bis Gin *
25 quarter casks Malaga Win«_
' Cognac Brandy, Holland Gin
Jamaica Rum .
15 quarter chests Tea, 40 kegs Nails
20,000 lbs Iron
German and English Ulhtcrcd Steei
5,000 lbs Casting*
Powder, Sho; and Lead
Domestics, aid a General Assor'tmeHt
Cutlery, Hats-, Shoes, Bpots-, tS*c.
For sale by GEORGE JEWETT.
Slay 19 142
Jl. cup.ied tlie attention of tho many thousand
j men of enterprise who have beheld its advantageous
1 smi unrivalled location, hv the recent acquisition of
v:e Creel; territory, in Alnbaina, is becoming an. ab
ject of such s;re,‘it notoriety, that the proprietors have
determined to offt r the same lor sale, in lots of die o-
ei.-int-v size, on Monthly, 4th February, l?a:<.
Persons who have visited the most attractive poit;‘s
where an interchange of the products of the interior
and offoreign commodities takes place, are unauim-
oas in the declaration,- that this place possesses pre
eminent advantages over any.otWr itfcihe Southern
country. Situati d at tbeextrcmehc- dot .navigation
o:t the Coosa, a rivi'. : :irnl.le.to thi-i p'-iut’ bv steam
boats of the largest s ire. I'or C( nvciuencennd he alii:,
its location is uu. urp:* -»ed, pr*. renting to the eye n per
feet unbroken phiio. having a deciinati' u suflicient
only to convey c-i the sui-nramm'dant water. In
f ont eslendiug to the riv; rin n bold bluff, graduating
on i’: upper and lower extremities, into the finest rat
lin. I landings—on each side snppiird-.villi neverfail-
-g streams of excellent- water. Towards tire inter;
or tcrminnlingin gently undulating eminences) ofiVr-
ing tlie most desirable sito.rtiur.s tor private, residen
ces. But oil these considerations -.ink into insignifi
cance. compared with the unrivalled ad.Tfbtages
which it "possesses .or on extensive trade. Neccsm-
rily the only depot for the supply of a widely extend
ed up-coni)lry with merchandise, it must of conse
quence become the mart for the production of the
fertile rallies of the Coosa, the Tallapoosa, arid the
Upper Chiittahoochic, together with the salubrious
and very productive uplands of Talladega, the latter
of which will in all human probability be peopled by
amore dense population than any country of like ex
tent south of the Potomnc. The entire hill country
of these regions, abounds in quarries of MarbMjHroe
stone and in fact all kinds ot mineral wcn.'ih. As re
spects the contemplated cnnpexion of the waters of
dhc Tennessee with thas6 of the Alabama; if by Canal,
it will have its c-mbouclimant; if by Rail Road, imme
diately'nt this spot will, terminate one of it v extremi
ties. The well known advantages of this place ren
ders further remarks unnecessary, other than to say
that to the capitalist it offers a desirable opportunity
for profitable investment—to the merchant it offers
advantages for an extensive trade—to the mechanic,
the allurement of what must soon become a flourish
ing town, not of ephemeral existence, bat ot a permn-
,nent and daily increasing importantc—to the plnntcr,
a desirable and pleasant town residence, convenient
to the alluvial bottoms of t he Coosa, the Alabama snrl
the Tallapoosa. In addition 10 which, it will un
doubtedly, at no remote eriod, become the location
of the State capitol. fa • which it offers greater induce
ment, than any other; 5r.t on the Eastern waters of
tho State. t
TsKiis of PaTjie.vt—Gne find Iwo fekri. Ssiei
to take placo on the premises until the lot- are dispos
ed of." GEORGE WHITMAN.
Aug. 05 5im To Apc.nl far the Company.
NEW SPRING GOODS!
. * LRYVIS FITCH.
ZHRAPSR ASS 27AXDOS.,
I S now opening atthe Macon Clothisg Store,
a new and spleudid assortment of
consisting of superfine Bombazines—brown. sin to,
black, mixt, white nnd buff Merino Ctwsimeres—
plaid do. (a new article for paiitilcous) whit- and
brown Drilling—brown grass T iu.r.—Prince's
Cord, Nankins, buff and white Valenjia Actings
—spotted nnd white Marseilles do. Satin Floren
tine do. black and figured Velvet do. with a good
.assortment of cloth, velvet and bombazine Stocks,
fancy do. Spitalfield lldkfs. silk, net and cotton
iluublo cud Suspenders—English silk half Hoes,
Random do. white and brown linen figured Cra
vats, Italian do. Bosoms,. Collars, Stiffeners,
Buckskin Gloves, black do. silk and brown linen
do. Epaulets, Ball Buttons, &c. Ac.
N. 13. L. Fitch will receive in a few days n
handsome assortment of SUMMER CLOTHING
TAILORING carried on iu all its branches as
above—having the latest New Y*ork and London
fashions, his work shall uot be inferior to any. He
returns his sincere thanks for past favors, andso-
lVits a continuance of public patronage.
T HE subscribers have this day purchased the
entire stock of gooda-belongiiig to Jl'iley,
Baxter tf Fort in this place, and will continue the
business at the same store on tho corner of See
ond Street and Cotton Avenue, opposite Wash
ington Hall, under the firm of
BAXTER, FORT & WILEt.
They havo on hand a general assortment cf
fresh' goods well adapted to the town and corn:try-
trade, which will bo sold at low prices ^nd on li
beral terras, by the yard, picco or package.—
Thoy solicit a continuation of tho patronage of
former customers and the public geuerallv.
THOMAS W. BAXTER.
ROBERT W. FORT.
LAIRD H. WILEY'.
Macon. July I, 1832. 161
FHN HE subscriber having withdrawn from the
_£L late firm of Wiley, Baxlct tf Fort, and sold
his interest to his Brother, Laird H. Wiley, re
spectfully asks a continuation of patronage from
his friends to the nqcr firm of BAXTER, FORT
& WILEY. LEROY* M. WILET?.
Macon. July T, 1830. 161
kfE Copartnership heretofore existing un
der tho firm of Wiley, Barter Sf Fori, is
'.his day dissolved by mutual consent. The en
tire business of the concern will he settled bv
BAXTER, FORT & WILEY, who will con
tinue the business at the same stand.
LLROY* M. WILEY.
THOMAS W. BAXTER.
ROBERT V,*. FORT,
Macen, Jnlv 1. 1855. 161 -
Summer ©cods and Cfoinaag'*
received atthe Macon Clothing Store
9-J April 12 , .121 - LEWI9" FI- OH
BARRELS of superior PLASTER
t v ' v* PARIS, for hard wnljs arid stuc
ct> wor>*, c<jCctved and for sale bv
-?!iner2q 152 C. A. HIGGINS,
- HBW GOGBS.
^fT ST received frem New Yorkt a lerge and
t "5L& splendid assortment of
Consisting of a v.irtoy of plain and striped Oing-
hatps, platP and figuered Swiss, Adelaide Stripe,
istripe^ Chambray, Victory Muslins. Thread La-
do. Iusertipgs ar.d. Edgings. Black Italian
-"'•‘irsinef, Sinchew and Gro deNnple Silk, t Her
Sd Florence do.. Black Ir.iiinn Crepe, Birdseye
Diaper, Cotton Wadding, Musquito Netting, 5Ipl*
.Muslin, Lacc Cap patterns, Black Bombazine, do
Silk Frcgge, Crepe and Gauze Shawls, Green
Berege and White Gauzo Veils, Plain and, Paint
ed Feather Fahs. Ladies a rid Gentlemen’s Gioverr
plain and bordered Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Also, a general assortment of THBfeOXS.
A. SHOTWELL & J. S. SMITH.
April 17 126 ‘ A
Alum Salt and lime.
■g Sushqls Alnm Salt
JL 100 casks Thamnston Lime
For sale by REA & CO I TON.
Feb 20 82 ' '
. ^ VXOTBCASL.
CM VINE-GAR. for sals at the
Copfectionarr of JOHN SMITH.
March 15 . 102 , ,
—* «.i« 1 ■
A NUMBER of Bnronches and Gigs, receiv-
ed and for sale bv
May 25 144 ELLld, SHOTWELL & CO.
Spring and Sommer Clothing*
(TBy HE stibscribcrs hirvO aiready oa band, atld
are x! out to receh-o, a mofe general aSft
elegant o'ssor'mant of SPRING AND SuM.'LER
CLOTHING than they hare ever before offtteA
Anr'i 3 A. jaiHOTWEI.T. & J. S. SMITH.
3&i on the Bank of fefacon J
A KEN by the underslgtied^at 75 per rtflf
dneonht ‘ *"
A tip;- 11 ttfd
i, irppajiTtettt fttr Go»!*s."
m fe. GRAtr.S &