by M. BARTLETT.
MACON, WEDNESDAY’, NOVEMBER 14, 1S32.
Yol. YII.l.New Series....Number 7.
AT MACON, GA.
printing Office on Mulberry Street—cast side the
TERMS.—Three Dohars a year, if paid in
advance, or Fotm Doli.ars. if not paid before the
end of the year. Subtcribers living at a distance;
will be required in n!J cases to pay in advene^.
SEMI-WEEKLY PAPER.—Th-.tt hollars
per nnuum, in advauce, or Four Dollars at the
end of the year. -
NEW YORK AND DARIEN
TWO POLE BOATS
7lt<! Povi r and A riel. The R j -
^gj^vci 1 is as good as new ,as it has
“SGoroeea but a few mouths since she
underwent ;,u entire and good repair. 1 have
had the Ariel examined by a gentleman who is
well acquainted with boat building, and he iu-
forr;,s me that one hundred dollars will put her
•Vi good order for freighting, ns her timbers arc all
good. The two tire said to bo very low at eight
hundred dollar^'. I will sell them on time, and
if a sale can be effected with any of Col. 1). S
Griffin’s confidential creditors, I will discount four
iiuudred dollars on his paper.
Also,—A HORSE AND StJLKEY and a
Pedlar’s WAGON Tor sale.
Also,—Two young likely NEGRO WOMEN.
Sept, 4, 1832. 176 W. B. GONE.
line of* Jackets*
To Sail on the 1st, 10th, and 20 th of each month.
Brig PREMIUM, Capt. Young, '
Brig CORAL, Capl. Cobb.
Scb. I>. B CilA.\E, Capt. B/bbiss.
Sch. ELIZA] Capt. Clark.
For freight or passage, apply to RICHARD M.
I)E.MILL, cr BENJ. STRONG. & SONS, Agents.
New York-or to HAWKS # MITCHELL, or P. K.
VONGE A SONS, Agents Darien.
New York. Sept. 23,1832. 2 ,8tw
LIjVE of stages
R UNNING through tho upper ports of South
and North Carolina and Virginia, to Wash
ington City, nr.! which, at its Southern end, re
cently terminated at Powelton, Ga., is now in full
und complete operation.
It has receutly been exteuded to JurRcdgcvillc,
from which plnco it departs on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays, at 4 A. M.
i’or particulars see bills pud tho Milledgcvi le
papers. WM, SMITH.
Culpepper Va., May 15,1832. 21* 6m
Books, SVIusic, &c.
ELTAS, SHOT WELL & CO.
A RE' now receiving. and opening' at their
BOOK STORE, a number of
of a rich description, and a variety.of- other Mu
sical Instruments, with Instruction Books and
Music adapted to the same. A large collection of
KTcw SEssic for tho Z?ianc,
embracing all tho Music of the celebrated • Cinde
rella Opera, and a vnriety of Eugravings, Carica
tures, Prints, &.c.—also, V.
.7 large assortment of Books,
ecr.sLting of fifteen hundred volumes: a cata
logue embracing a considerable portion of which,
is published in the Christian Repertory,,.
V great variety of STATIONARY and Mis
A large .assortment of PAPER IIANGIXOS,
Bordering, Fire-Prints, &c. &c.
They respectfully invite tho attention of the
public to tho above, and request them to call and
examine. . June 11 24
BLANTON <5i SLUTS,
M AKE liberal advances ®n Cotton in store
and on shipments, also on uotes and oth
er property deposited in tlieir hands.
Their Ware Houses are more convenient to the
business part of the town tliiiii any other, possess
ing the advantages of a wharf, un,l ore more ex
empt from danger by fire, than any other in Ma-
con. - *May 25 144
WILL contiuuc to transact the
<£> • * above business at the same place
occupied last year by J. GOD
DARD Sc. IlEED. lie has built
o'good Wharf for the convenience of tho Ware
House: and there is no Ware House iu town more
sccuro from the dangers of fire.
By strict attention to business committed, to his
carc, aud the facilities which he will he able to
render his customers, he hopes-to merit a contin
uance of tho pat, onnge qf his friends and tho pub
lic in general.
Ho is prepared to make liberal advances at all
times, on cotton stored or shipped by him. Cot
ton stored at his Ware Homo' will be insured at
tho lowest,rates, if requested.
Ho has also taken tho Ware House occupied
last year by'L. J. Groce, for the convenience of
his friends and customers in East Macon.
• Macon, August 10 168 Cm
. Commission Easiness. >
THE subscriber .continues the
<)> Vj above business at his old stnud.
Head of Cherry street and Cotton i
Avenue, where* he offers all the u-
NEW SPRING GOODS. I _ Copartnership.
—^ r>xs ATrwes jlm i 'Hi Ur. subscribers have this day purchased tho
£■ w JtiO oC NiVAl I entire stock of goods belonging to Wiley,
A RE now receiving from Now York ad Bos- J Baxter Fort in this place, aud v.-.ill continue the
ton, a-large and fresh supply of S’RFNG business at the same store ou the co
J ci ai’WE’D nnriitJ .1 — a
aud FANCY SUMMBR GOODS, coiyistingiu
600 ns Calicoes, 1£0 do Fashionable Gin/bains,
i00 ps Italian, Grodenap, Sinchew, Sar^et.Cbaii
■ . geable. Figured and Fancy eoloredSILKS
200 ns Corded Muslins, Cambric Dimity Ac
Pieces Figured and plain Swiss Mutius
100 do Irish Linens 1
100 do Pongee and Fancy Silk lldkfs '
•JOO.do Raw Silk do
100 doz Fancy Dress Shawls and Scarfs
300 do Cotton, Madrass, and Head Ildk.fi
I.iiicn Drilling, Gentlemen’s ^Stocks-and
Brown Linen, Rnwcn Cassimere, Beaverte*
Bang up Cor.d, Circassians
S00 doz Hosiery and Gloves,.300 do SpoolPhrcad
50 doz Ball Thread, 60 do Spool do I.
150 doz pr Suspenders, 200 do TuckingCuabs
500 do Side Combs, TortoiscjShcll do
Dressing Combs, -100 ns Mosquito Netting,Fancy
Baskets, do Boxes,.100 lb Flax Thread, SewinjSilk.
Leghorn and DiinstaL-le Bonnets, Uuib'rL*ll:is—Mar
seilles, Silk, Valencia aud Velvet Vestings—Bl&cli’d
Homespuns, Plaid ijo. Furniture Plaids, Clicks,
Stripes.Ticking, 20 bales brown Homcspuus, (Ops
Osnaburgs, Russia Duck, do Sheetings. . „
corner of Sec
ond Street aud Cotton Avenue, opposite Wash-
! iugicn Hall, under the firm of
I BAXTER, FORT & WIL.&Y.
They have ou hand a general assortment of
j fresh goods well adapted to the town and country
' trade, which will be sold at low prices and ou li
beral terms, by tile yard, piece or package.—
They solicit a continuation of the patronage of
former customers and the public generally.
THOMAS W. BAXTER.
Macon, July 1, 1832. 161
11E subscriber having withdrawn from the
late firm of Wiley, Baxter fy Fort, and sold
his interest to his Brother,'Laird II. Wiley, re
spectfully asks a continuation of patronage from
his friends to tlic uew-firm of BAXTER, FORT
& WILEY. LEROY M. WILEY
' Macon. July I, 1832.-. - 161
HE Copartnership heretofore existing un
der the firm of Ifiky, Baxter fy Fort, is
agcncroi assortment of SU MMEIl CLQTIITS G ! this'day dissolved by mutual consent. The en-
cousistiug of Coats, Roundabouts-, Vests, Pantaloors, ! tire business of the concern will bp settled by
&C.&C. A law* supply of ’ BAXTER, FORT & WILEY, who will con-
Shoes &. Soots, Eats, Saddlery tinuo the business at tho same standi .*
&c. &c. 100 doz Palm Leaf Hats. - ,* I LEROY M. WILEY;
A ccmplete assortment of HARD WARE and CUT i
LF.RY. GLASS WARE, CROCKERY, &c.<fcc. r
The above Goods were purchased in New Yorkl
nnd Boston, a few weeks since, (of tecest importa-1
tions,) nt twenty per cent less than former prices, j
and will be sold unusually low. *". . j
Alto,—trill fcecire, next teeth, a large supply of
GROCERIES, IRON & STEEL, NAILS
&c &c. For sale as above, 0000 lbs prime BkCON.'
march 31 115
THOMAS W. BAXTER.
ROBERT W. FORT.
Macon. July 1*. 1832. - 161 ■ .
. f S^IIE Hoicard Insurance Company oj yew
B, York continues to insure COTTON, when
shipped on good Boats or Boxes, againi the
dungsrs of tho River. Rates of Premium are
moderate. * Apply to C. DAY, Agent.
Pee 20 51" .
Bills on the Bank of ESacon
AKEN by the nudersigned at 75 per cetit
discount, in payment for Ooo.'.jk
Aug. 14 168 lOt E. GRAVES & 8()N
NEW PRIME K.
J UST PUBLISHED aud for sale at this of
fice, . * •
The o>Jew Printer,
or Child’s First Book. Well adapted for Infant,
Common ajid Sunday Schools. Will be sold low
by the quantity. Price 12j cents single.
sual facilities in business.
His Ware House and close storages arc in j
prime order, and as much exempted from the j
danger of fire as any iu the place.
• Colton stored with him will be delivered in a- j
ny part of the town, free of any charge, except
the customary storage.
Oct 5 » JAMES C. MORGAN.
LOW FOR CASH. *
HE subscribers intend dosing their present
husiuess as soon as practicable, aud will
-j sell .off theirstock of- ._
Uardtoarc, Cutlery, Castings,
TdKeckp.nics* Tools, &c,
PAPER IIAKTGirTGS. JL.
Together with, a great variety of miscellaneous
articles nt very low prices, for cash only—many
articles will be disposed'of.at less than cost.—
Thotrotoolt xifLvoUt n Itii^w tiUll iiltllC cuiUJilClU
than any other iu the State; it embraces a large
Law Books, Medical do. aud Latin School do.
Greek and French do. Religious do. Historical,
\ * harden Seeds, V
A FRESH supply, just received anil for sate
3L by ELLIS, SHOTWELL & CO..
April'14 j-124 * •
HE liudersigued intending to remove to
• Savamiah early iii the month of October,
offers his services to his friends and the public, in
the transaction of a General FACTORAGE and --—t-- . . - 3 • - ...
COMMISSION BUSINESS, lie will make Literary. Scientific, and a great variety of *Mis-
cash advances, or acceptances ou actual >hip-> cellaucous \Vorks.
T HE Subscribers still continue the business
nt the old stand, .corner of Walnut and
Fourth Streets, where work will he done accord;
ing to order. Haviug a large assortment of arti
cles ordered from tho North which will ^arrive iu
the coarse of tho summer, consisting of. (Jigs, Bn-
gics, Barouches and Carriages, they feel com
ink-nt of pleasing customers both in articles and
The havo no tv on hand an assortment which
will be sold low for cash, such as Sulkcys, Gigs,
ami Barouches; besides several splendid acts of
Harness, with I.aces, Carpeting,- Morocco,
•Springs of different kinds. Joints, Bands, Loops
aud Bows of all sizes. Orders for Carriages
punctually nttcudcd to, and warranted to please
or no sale. BENTON & BACON.
Wanted as an Apprentice,
A lad about fourteen or fiftecu years of ago, of
steady moral habits. B. & B.
May 4 JI38 , ' , , '■ .
FKIllE citizens of Mncon and ils vicinity arc most
. 1 respectably informed that the Academy situat
ed about one mile from town on the road leading to
Fonytb, will be completed and ready for the recep
tion of scholars ubotil the first of N’ovembnr next.—
Its health and retired location is truly inviting. The
ubscriber, who is engaged to take'ebarge of lbs a-
boveaesdemy, has been for many years u teacher in
;ome of the'most rcspectahle schools in the city op
New York, from the Principals of which he can show
the most satisfactory testimonials of his qualifications.
From his strict attention to all the duties of his school,
from his unremitting exertions ill facilitating the pro-
grcssofhis pupils, he hopes to merit and secure the
approbation of tho public. He bas already opened
the school in a very commodious and pleasant room,
convenient to the Academy, where he will teach un
til h is completed.
The course of education to be pursued in' this insti
tution, will embrace the Greek and l.aiin-classic5 f 'J
With the different English branches. Terms of tui-j
Ron, mid other particulars relntive to the institution
will lm known by enquiring of ihe Hon. C. B. Strong,
Mr. Ale.xHiider Suolwi-.ll, Mr.Wm. Scottor the teach- •
W. JOHN O’KEEFE
Macon, Oct. 2.1S32.
merits of Cottoii.
Hi addition to Whrclr.' ho will continue tjie car-
rying trade Kstwceu Savannah and Charleston,
for which lie is now furuishiug a large new Steam
Boat, the FREE TRADE, of light, draft of wa
ter, built of the best materials, coppered and'cpj>-
per fastened, 'with two twenty-six horse engines,
aud at the proper season, will run one or two
Steam Boats, with Tow .Boats well manned, be
tween S a van pall and Macon.
He has large lire proof-sheds, for tho storage of
Goods and Produce, directly on the wharf to save
tho expense of drnyage. -
All articles intended for shipment by any of -his
boats, whether to Macon or Augusta, w ill lie stor
ed gratis. ' G. B. LAMAR.
Oct. 1 1 6t
ELLIS, SIIOTWELL-& CO.
Sept 27 181
3?i S. SSrugs and ESedicisies
will be sold as usual. . . E<S. fc CO.
HE copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the subscribers, tinder the firm of
HALL & MORELAND,
was dissolved this day hy mutual consent. Ail
demnuds against said firm w ill be settled by. John
Moreland; to whom all debts due the firm will be
paid. JAMES A. HALL;
- JOHN MOREL-VND.
' (t/®’ Tho Cabinet making and Turning bust
ness will be continued in all its branches by the
uudersigued, at the old stand, near Clark’s IIo
tel. JOHN MORELAND.
. Sept. 21 ISO-. • '
XvYotice a *
I will board Horses, at my Plan
tation ou tlie east side of the River,
at S6-50 per month. * •
Oct 0 3 M. CHISHOLM.
AYN New York, Philadelphia, Charleston, Sa
vannah, ami Augusta, in sums to suit pur
chasers, for sale by
Nov. 10. BAXTER, FORT & WILEY.
J UST received and forsalo by the subscribers,
several cases of Brewster’s .
Slack and Drab Beaver Hats*
Not inferior to any in tho Market.
Ahso—A general assortment of DRY GOODS
iu addition to their former stock: which will be
sold low. A. SIIOTWELL & J. S, SMITH.
July 13. 1832. 160
J l .'>1 received, a general assortment ofRcady-
madc Clothing, of verysuperior quality, and
made in the most fashionable manner; the work
of which is warranted.
A. SIIOTWELL tc J. S. SMITH,
-July 17, 1832. . 1G1. .
Morton’s Pulmonic Expectorant
W^lOR Ccii-ii,, Asthmas, Consumptions, and
•B- Hooping Cough. A supply of this valu
• ic Medicine received and for sale by
>ov ELLIS, SIIOTWELL & CO.
mp EgPECTFULLY informs his friends aud
the public, that he lias taken the Store at
the head of Cotton Avenue, formerly kept as a
Drug Store, where ho is opening a General As
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hardware, Cutleri/, Crockery,
Also, 50 pieces of best hemp BAGGING, and
25 bags of Live Geese FEATHEBS.
(All of which he is disposed to sell at the lowest
prices. Please call and examine foY vuurselvcs.
Macon, sept I.~i -It 178
REA & COTTON .
Offer for sale on accommodating terms t
~ PIECES Hemp Bagging
500 ready made Cotton bags, best
. . quality
100 bbls Baltimore, N. O. and Georgia
10 hhds Northern Rum (colored)
10 casks Marsclles and Madeira Wine
30 boxes manufactured. Tobacco
35 hhds St, Croix & Porto Rico Sugars
5 bbls Copperas . •?
' 3 bales Blankets- ■ •
1 bok Saddlery ; . _
1000 bushels Alum Salt, V-
also - . « .
A small involco of DRY GOODS,^HARD
WARE, CROCKERY, &c. suitable for a ctfuh-
trv store, will.be sold on a credit of six months.
Oct. 2 1 ’ ^ ;
r»Iolasscs, Bum, Gin, 6:c,
Just received by boat Stronger.
IS HIIDS. N. O. Molasses,
J3_xlv 20 bbls Rum
20 do Gin' (best brand & good proof)
20 do .Whiskey (N. O. high proof)
10 bhlsMackeral No 1.
50 do Whiskey •
50 do Gin , j' ■"
10 hhds St. Croix Sugar,
10 do . O. do
25 bbls Manhaden Fish
5 tiercee.superior Rice.
For sale by C. A. HIGGINS.
March-28 112 -
NEW WORKS. -
RNOTT S Elements of.Plij’sics . '
Evidence of-Rrophecy , •
Rev. Robert Hall’s Wprks
Essay os Formation and Publication of;Opi-
nions ' ' - •,
Essays on Truth, Knowledge, Evidence, &c.
'. Pitcairn’s Island Otalliete, &c:—last Family
•’ . Library -
Ambitious Studcnr,-by E. L. Bulwer
Life of Stephen Girard
• Hall’s Lectures.on School Keeping
Romance of Reality'
. Sister’s Budget
Whispers to a Newly Married Pair
Reports on Locomotienjind Fixed Engines
Eleventh Edition Henry’s Chemistry
Alexander’s Bible Dictionary • - -
Brief Kcmarker *
Syme’s.Surgcry * * " f
Larrey’s Surgical Memoirs
Gooch on Female? ‘ . .'
Goocli’s Midwifery • • v _
Bell on Baths and Mineral Waters 1 •
Carpenter’s"EsSny on JIateria Mcdica
Costar’s Physiological Practice
Peurpcral Peritonitis, by Dr. Baudelocque *
Ryan’s Medical Jurisprudence
With a large collection of Medical, Law, Mis
cellaneous andSchool Books for sale by
-«« 4t - ELLIS, SHOTWF.LL &, Co;
CJ-cneral Factorage and Ooznmis- i
T IIE subscribers v^vipg formed a connexion for
the transaction ot ^ general FACTORAGE
AND COMMISSION ‘BUSINESS, in the City of
CnxRLZsTpir, under the firm of
X&aloiic, Cohen &
Offer their ?c-rviets to their friends and the public, and
will be preparndto make the usual advances on COT
TON and .other produce consigned to their care.
They will also pay particular attention to receiving
and forwarding, of Goods, and respectfully solicit a
share of public patronage.
MALONE & SISTARE continue'their business
in Savannah as usual.
October 27,1832. 5 6t
days notice, fo/sale by ■ V. A. IIIGGIN&.
N. B. The above article can be had in quan
tities to suit purchasers on contract, by'giving
short notice to the subscriber, who acts as ageut
for on extensive kiln iu the ueighhorhoodi
June 5 147 C. A. IL
to those on hand, will.make his stock very Jarge
and complete, which ne offers on as reasonable
terms sis they can be had in this nracket. His
goods comprise a'geperal
Assortmiijit of Groceries, \
Viz—150.bags Collec, . :-
. - 45 hhds*St Croix, Perto Rico and N
•*_ 21 bbh L oa f a,, d Lump do
12 qr chests Tea
20,000 lhs Iron * *
j . IQ hhds Molasses ‘
1500 bushels Salt
’. 100 jiieces Hemp and Tow Bagging,
40 kegs Nails
» Cognac Brandy
NoYthcrn Gin, Northern Rum
Apple Brandy, Wine, .
Powder, Shot, &c. &c. •
(&cods, Hardware, Cutlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes,
HATS, BLANKETS, SADDLES,
Art* £r a '
SAW AESTD CMREOT SSE.
^ HE subscriber respectfully informs the pub
-H. lie, that his
SXBAJM: SaYTv GXilSH? S.SESE,
ucar his residence, within tflie milt- of Macon, is
now in complete and successful operation. In
addition to oilier machinery he is prepared with a
circular saw for ripping light lumber, such as
Window Sijsb, Palings, Laths, &c. 111 couso-
qdtuce of flip heavy expenditure inclin e.: in its
establishment, it is necessary that lie shoulil re
quire either cfisli or bankable paper for his lum
ber, which he is disposed to sell at a fair price.
A share of the public patronage is very respect
fully, solicited. BENJ. F. O'WENS.
N. B.—A first-rate-SAW YER. may, by ap
plying immediately, obtain good ytagf' aud a per-
innneut situation. L’. O.
July 27. 164 tf ' .
&c. &.c: &cT
43 . :,•*
hhds St. Croix, Porto Rico, and New
70 blsJVortheru Rum. 60 do Whiskey
30 bis Gin - '
25 quarter casks Malaga Wine
Cognac Brandy,' Holla'tid Gin
lAquartcr chests Tea, 40 kegs Nails '
20,000 lbs Iron •
German and English blistercdpSteel
5,000 lbs Castings
Powder, Shot and Lead
Domestics, and a Gcheral Assortment
sPnrsG goods, •
Cutlery; Hats, Shoes, Boots, lye.
For sale by - GEORGE JEWETT.
May 10 142 '
Rust’s Pate at .Printing - Press.
T IIE undernfhdd having been appointed A-
gent for the sale of Rust’s Improved Patent
cast Iron Printing Press, takes this opportunity
to recommend it to the frateniity. This Press is
coming into gonci-al use at the North—and is
thought to be the most perfect hud efficient of any
now in use. Workmen, who have used this and
others, give tins the .preference over every other
kind as respects ease, power aud.durability.
One of these Presses is now in use at this office,
where it may bo seen in operation.
Letters to tho undersigned 011 the subject, (post
paid)-will be attended to. M. BARTLETT.
GRAVES. & SON havo just receive
. the following articles:
12 lilids St. Croix and N. O. Sugars
• 10 bbls Loaf do . *. '
40 bbls Rum “
20 Shis N. Gin
20 bbls Whiskey,.
10 hhds Molasses
20 bbls Potatoes .
2 pipes Cog. Brandy
' 2 pipes Holland Giu
2 hjtds Jam. Rum
25 bills Wine , ' * •
20 bbls Colrdial
50,000 Cigjjrs ■ * .
Boxes Soap, Candles t >4 .-
. Pepper, Pimento, Ginger
Tobacco, Pearlasb, Copperas
- Boxes Hyson and Black Tea
50,000 lbs Iron and Steel
2000 lbs Hoop Iron
Castings,* &c. &c.
AH of wliicli'wili
will be sold very low.
“ Circulating library.
^SUBSCRIBERS to ihp Circulating.Library
can now be furnished with books.
.A largo'collection of Miscellaneous works will
be appropriated to 2io Library; and a utmiber of
periodicals, together with many .other, valuable
works to afford general interest, will be added as
soon as practicable. * 4 -.* ■*•
Persons wishing to become subscribers,, will
please call on Mr. John it. Ellis, (wh\will act as
Librarian.) °r at the store,^where a catalogue of
the books can be seen.
April 10 121 ELLIS.'SJIQTWELL fcCO.
OR sale by ELLIS, SHOJ
May 25 144
WELL & CO
» EVERK, by tlie author of Tremaine,
Jnqueliuc of Holland
Anastasiufe, by T. Hope,
Sketches in China, by W. W. Wood,
Philip Augustus, by the author of Rich
Journal of the Rev’ds Tycrmar. & Bonnet,
being tho 1st, 2d aud 3d Nos. of the
library of religious knowledge.
Xoudon Annuals for 1832.
The Amulet, the Keeplake, t
' '■ f r, Christmaf B
Juvenile Forgot me not,
Tho Musical Germ, Musical bijou.
March 1 85 ELLIS, SIIOTWELL & 60.
hand in 2&Tewton.
F RACTIONS No. 333 and 334, in the 16tli
District originally Hemy now Newton
omity, arc for sale, Apply in Macon to
Dec! 35 \M. BARTLETT.
LBS. PRIME BACON, for
Oct. 23 8 -. RE A & COTTON. ,
TIN WA.llE MAMTACTUitillf
SinfiBERllY, NKAR TlltHD STREKT.
T HE subscriber manufactures and keeps con
stantly on hand, a general assortment of
Tin Warn, ,.
ivhicll lie will sell wholesale and rc:a - l at Sayan
uah or Augusta prices.- , i
JOB WORK dono at the shortest notice at[
the shop on Third street, next door to Ellis, Shot- j
cll& Co. WILLIAM S, ELLIS.
Orders sent to Ellis, ShOticcll (,• Co. wiTl re- i
rompt attention. }
A. FAfFJOlS & CJo.
9"AVE received pef Boat Rebecca, and offer
JlJL for sale on reasonable terms,
“ ’iJOOO bushels Salt
16,000 lbs Bacall
20 Ions Swedos Iron *
20 hhds Sugar
209 bags Goffco . ' " '
6 hhds 3Iolasscs .
■ • 50 bbls prime Pork 1 •
25 bbls No.,2 Mackerel
. 25 bbls No: 3 ditto y -
50 bbls N. E. Rum
50 bbls Giu ' *•
150* pieces Tin——J;j£-
30 boxes Soap . -
OO, l,oics SporAi Candies
Window Glass * . •
; Nails .
. ' Cognac Brandy »
Mnlagtij Madeira and Tcuerifio Wine.
Together tcith a general assortment of
Dry ©roods, hardware, Saddlery
&.C. &c. &c.
Juno 18,1832.. 25
AUCTION, : BROKERAGE
* AND *
P - § N HE uridersignad lias taken the spacious fire
JL proof brick store, in'the south eud of'Ellis,
Shotwell & Cd’s raDgc, for the purpose of trans
acting • • «.* - • .*
. AND - •'
Generally.—He will be aided ia the management
of any business confided to him, hy his. brother,
John T. Rowland, ami respectfully solicits ashare j
of the patkonago of their respective friends, an 1!
the public. Until tho store is completed liis
counting room will be kept over the Commercial
Bank. WILLIAM P. ROWLAND.
N: B. Cotton will be bought or sold for a mod
erate commission. , . • V
Oct. 5 . 2 3m * '
Alum Salt and Sime.
a, A3 Bushels Alum Salt
„ 100 casks Tbomaston T.ime
For sale by REA & COTTON.
. Rpb 20 82 . •'
QUANTITY of superfine Flour; received
by tho Charlcs*Carroll-antl for sale-by
May 25 144 ELLIS. SIIOTWELL &. CO.
£-o Rent, • '
HE Store House recently occupied. by
Thomas T. Napier—also, tho Store room
at present oecirpicd bv B. R. Warner. Apply
BAXTER, FORT & WILEY.
Sept. 25. 181 if
,, WM. H. BURDSALL,
Has just received a newapd extensive dssortment of
* Bry tGrdous. 01oifeing,
> Hats, Shoes, Sfc.
H I8 stock will be found inferior to. none, and
purchasers, by favoring Idm with a call, will
be offered Goods at the most reduced juices.
HIS STOCK CONSISTS, IX PAttT. OF ii!U rOI.LOWlXO:
( Su[)er Saxony, Blue. Black und Colored Broad
Blue, Black, Mbit end Fancy Colored SaUinets
- Striped SaUinets, Englkh Merinoes
J>ufne Point and Hose lllunketi
Red, White, Green and Yellow flannels -
Cnnion and Saxony White Gneze do
Pan-.a'k Table Diajier
Bird’s Eye, Scotch, nnd IJusSia do
Blue, Black and Colored Bombazetts
do do- * do Circassians
Negro Clothing. Linseys
Brown and Bleached Shirtings
do * do Sheetings
do do . Drillings
Cotton Oznabtirgs. Fustians
Black Italian Lustring
. Black Gross de S'wiss, Black‘Gross de Naples.,
do do Berlin
Black Sincheivs and Sarsancts.
• Col. Gross do Naples
Black and Col. Florences
. : do. do Italian Crapes
Scarlet and Black Merino Long Shawls
Scarlet Square Shctvls
Cashmere, Valentin. Thibet Wool
Silk, Damask and Cassimere fc’h.-.wls
* Heniahi, Paris Muslin Crape
Gauze, Gros.de Naples ondi Mandarine Dress
Ladies' and Misses’ Belgian, Italian, Straw, Leg
horn,Braid and Fancy Bonnets.
Satin nnd GauzeGnmiltirc*
English Moleskins, Bed Ticks
Apron Checks, Furniture do
Domestic Plaids and Stripes
• Floor Cloth Baize. Green Fuse Cloth .
Furniture Dimity, Hair cord do
Russia Sheeting, Bleach Dowlass
Burlaps. Bangup Cords
‘ Irish Linens Lawns'
Blue nnd Scarlet Itcttinet
Black and Col -plain Ribbons
j DaHfand light Col Printsond Ginghams
Eace and Gauze Veils
Figured anil plain Bobbinet Lacs
Cambric, Jaconet, Swiss, Mull, Nansook and
* * Book Muslins
nun. iiiiuiunc Qa«itiiilAjltfs; v . agee uo
Indio Flag and Bandana do
Ladies’ and Gentlemens’ Glove-.
Cotton, Worsted aud Lamb’s Wool Hose
•Black nnd Col.^Cambrics
Men’s and Boys’ Fur, Cloth and Seal Capa
. - Chinchilla do
READY 3IADE CLOTHING.
Superfine blue, black, green, adelaid, olive and
brown Ciotli Dress Coals
w Blue, black, gYecif; brown and steel
mixt Cloth Frock Coats
“ ( Blue, brown, olive, green anil mixt
* . Cloth Coatees
Blue, steel mixt and fancy colored Sattinet Coat
ees and Frock Coals
Superfine blue, Mack, brown, olive, green .and
steel mixt.cloth Panlaloons ,
Drab,lavender and striped Caasitnerc do ;
Blue, stkel mist and fancy colored Saltiaot do
English Moleskin, uncut Cord and Bangup do
Youths'Cloth anil Suttinul Coatec-s and Paata
loons '• '"
Black, blue and drab Cassimere Vcsl9
Black and colored Velvet do
Dark and light figured Vulcntia, while end cni-
ored Marseilles, Swansdown, Toilinct
and Sattinet Veils
Camblet and Field Cloaks
Velvet, Bombazine, Silk, Valcntia and Leather
I-’inc Linen Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, &c. «&c.
Men's aud Youths' Fur and fVool Hals,
S’ine Boots' and Shoes,
SIBOaO 3I2GES, &.C, csiC. &C.
Oct . 24 / 4
One M u ndre d Dollar § MewnrdI
JJJJ) ANA WAY from rite subscriber, about (J.e
JifO 7th July last, a hired negro fellow hy tiio
name of DAVE, who belongs to Thomas Prices
As this is not-thc first time said, fellow has runa
way after being hired out, it is believed ho has
.been furnished With a ticket, authorising .him it
go off to a distance and hire out'bis own time.
For. the apprehension of the negro, and proof of #
this fact, sufficient to conviction, I will give ouo
hundred dollars, or twenty dollars for tho boy a-
louc. Sr.id Dave is a tall black fellow, about o<»
years of age. It is probable- he is up ni the gold
mines. r DAVID RALSTON.
Aug. 24 172
Soaf and S’.:ap Sugar.
i3 BOXES Loaf and Lump Sugar, just
isL 4* received and for sale by
Oct 9 4 ' REA Sc COTTON.
JAMES R. BENAET,
ooi and Shoe^ialie:
Macon Telegraph ( ! .
he will he found
UST received from New Y-ork, a large and
splendid assortment of
Consisting of a variety of plain .and striped Ging
hams, plain and figuered Swiss, Adelaide Stripe,'
Siriped Chambray, Victory Muslins, Thread La
ces, do. Inserting;, and Edgings, Black. .Italian'
Snrsirict, Sinchew nnd Gro de Naple Silk, Color
cd Florence do., Black^Itnlinn Crape, Birdseye
Diaper, Cotton Wadding, Musquito Netting, Mul
Muslin, Lace Cap patterns BlackBbmBazme, do to h ;, ohlTdstomcn and others who inay.call o«
Silk l' roggs. Crape and Gauze Shawls, Greer. L, - - ' * I
Bcrego aud_U hito Gnt'izo VeHs, Plain and Paint-1 Q^ROOTS add SHOES manufactured to
.order, in tho host manner. KK; .M’llNG also
I will he done. *
05 a ’ Two or thre# JOURNEYMEN can fud
I regular employment by application to him.
jan. 25.' j 59 f
^LanJscapo Bape? Hanging.
A SPLENDID assortnienf, jbsf received and
for sale by ELLISV SIIOTWELL &, CO.
Mav 25 144
I Feather Fans, Ladies and Gentlemen’s Glo'ves
jilaiu and llorilercd Cambric t Handkerchiefs.
Also, a genera! assortment of RIBBONS.
A. SIIOTWELL & J. S. SMITH.
Xabd for Sale.
Lot N6. 31, iu tuo 11 ill tiisirict of Lee couuty.
“ 220, -
, v . DAY>& BUTTS,
Maron. Julv 27. 1832. 164
at this 0Qlc5.
OF GEORGIA for
A NUMBER of Barouches atu! Gigs, receiv-
tk cd and for salfr by ■.
May 35 Ill JELfclS) SllOTWfctt & CO,