by M. BARTLETT.
MACON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1833.
T ol. \ II.. .New Series....Number 28.
AT MACON, GA.
Printing Office on Mvlltny Street—opposite the
-.-v,, Brick Range.
TERM9.-“TpiUUC Dollars a year, if paid in
advance, or Four Dollars. if not paid before the
4 o<l of the year. Subscribers living at a distauce
will he .required in all cases t<> pay in advance
NEW, BOOK STORE.
B. P> SPIKES & Go.
R ESPECTFrr.LV in
form the public that they
have taken the store in
Ellis, Shotweil & Co’s,
row, tw6 doors above the
?t. Post Office, where they
ore receiving and opening a very general
assortment of .
Books ana Stationary,
Amongtacir works, they have a genera! assort
ment, and nil) be constantly receiving the ncW
'publication* on Theology, Medicine..Law, His
tory, and Miscellaneous subjects, together with
juc’h other articles as arc usually kept in a Book
As one of their firm will he most of the time at
llie North for the purpose of attending sales and
selecting Rooks, they flatter themselves that they
will at all times have as good an assortment, autl
be able to dispose of them on as moderate terms
as uuv house in the Southern country. j
P. P. S. & Co. have a large assortment of
nil Kinds and sizes.
Fools Can, l.ettcr, and Note Paper of the Lest
quality, hotli English and American, plain and
embossed, water aud feint lined, pink, yellow
uo and white.
It.ank Checks. Notary Public Letters, V* arc
house Receipts, Rills of Lading.
'Vrits of all kinds.
Justices Summons, do Executions, Cleiks do
Tax Collectors do. Suhticcuas for Witnesses.
Deeds, Sheriffs’ do. Sheriffs’ Rills of Sale, Gar
nishments, Ca. Sn. Jurors’ Summonses.
.Marriage Lieenre, Rail Writ,ami ISouil, Inter
Com. Directions forlntcmi^utprie®.
Hills of ludictnieut. Bench,-Warrants, Rail
Bonds, Attachments. Inter. Judgements.
Letters Testamentary, Letters of Administra
tion, Temporary Letters of Administration, Tern
porary Letters of Administration, Guardians
Tax Collectors deeds, Gamuts, Sub. Dec. Tec.
Dec 2! 24
STew Pall and winter
goods jijyd clothing.
S>EA3?£St AND ^A33uOa,
Is now opening at the MA
CON CLOTHING Store,
a new aud fashionable assort-
•inent of Goods, consisting of
superfine (London) . black,
blue, brown, orange, drab, orange (nixed, steel
mixed and mulberry Cloths ; blue, black, slate,
lavender, mixed, buff, white, striped and plaid
Cassimere (a fashionable article); -plain black
uml figured velvet Vestings; Florentine. Valen
cia. Mnrsnillcs, Figured Valencia, Silk and Gold
Spotted English Vesting, (a first rate urtfilc);
Velvet, Rouibazinc, Silk aud Leather stocks;
Cum Elastic, Raw Silk. Nett Silk, Webb and
Cotton Suspenders; Buckskin. Ilorse, Liuen aud
Silk Gloves; Collars, Ro’sAms, Stiffncrs, &c.;
\ irginia, Silk, Lamb's wcol. Worsted aud Liuen
Hnlilloso; India, Spit.dficld's and Fine Hand
kerchiefs White Figured and Italian Cravats;
Umbrellas; Cloth Caps; a bcauiifuf piece of
Merino ('loth for I.adies Habits; Gobi and Sil
ver Epaulettes, Sashes, Rail Button—Plates, and
a good assortment of Trimmings for Military
oho, Tailor’s Trimmings.
Super bine, black, brown, green aud olive Frock
Coats; do do Dress Coats, Cpntlees, OvcrCoats,
Pantaloons : plain, velvet, figured, florentine, Va
lencia, Marseilles, clothand-cassiuicrc Vests: fiuc
l.incn aud cotton Shirts, fimwers, short Jackets,
monkey do, Pea do: first rate German camblct
find canton Cloaks; Ladies’ do.
All of the above Clothing is made up or the
best goods and in fashionable style, under my
own inspection, nut! will he sold low, for CASH.
> ■ The Tailoring Business •
V- ill be carried on as usual in all its branches,.aud
all work will be done in tlic' best niauucr, and to
please my customers, if possible. 1 would return
my thanks for the many favors I have received
trom iny friends and the public in general, aud
solicit a continuance of their patroungc.
«ct30 LEWIS FITCIL
WJMT. H. BUUDS.4LL,
Has just received a title an cl extensive assortment of
Dvy Goods. Clothing,
Hats, Shoes, &)\c.
M IS stock will be found inferior to none, and
purchasers, by favoring him with a call will
be offered Goods nt the most reduced prices.
For Cash Only.
I11S STOCK CONSISTS, IN TAUT, OK TIIK FOLLOWING:
Super Saxony. Blue. Black and Colored Broad
Blue, Black, .Mist and Fancy Colored Sattincts
Striped Snttincts, F.nglisli Mcrinocs
Duffle I’oiutaud Rose Blankets
Red, White, Green mul Yellow Flannels
Canton nml Saxony White Gauze do.
Damask Table Diaper . :
Bird's I'.ye, Scotch, nod Ritssla do
Blue, Black and Colored Bomhauet.ls
, d® do , ; do Circassians
Negro Clothing, l.inscys .
Brown and Blenched Shilling*
do do Sheetings
do ; .- i- do- Drillings
Cotton Oznaliurgy, Fustians
Bla(\ Itaiian LuMriug
Black Grots de Su:si > .BIack Grora de Naples
do dp Berlio ’
Black Sincbewr and Garsnriets •
Col. Gross de Naples
Black and Col. Florences,
do . iff) . Italian Crapes
Scarlet aiid Clack Merino !_• iiFShawls
- Scarlet Sq’urtfe Shawls
Cashmere, Valcniia, Thibet W-ool
Silk, Damask and Caisiincrc Shawls
Ileruniii, Paris .Muslin Crape
Gauze, Gros do Naples. uu<l Mandarine Dress
Ladies' and Misses 1 llclzinp, Italian, Straw, Leg
horn, Braid and Fancy Uunucts.
Satin and Gauze Garnitures
English Moleskins,.J>rd Ticks
Apron Checks, Furniture do
llhinesJic Plaids and Stripes
Floor (Both Bnhee, Green Fuze Cloth
Kornffurtr Dimity, Ilnir cord do
Russia Sheeting, Blench Dowluu
a—. «a WILL coutiuue to transact the
L ♦ above business at the same place
vL occupied last vear by J. GOiJ-
HARD & REEl>-‘ He Las built
a good Wharf for the epa-renicuee of the’Ware
House:.and thpr&'Is 1I0 Ware Housoin town moi-o
secure from the dangers of fire.
By strict attention to business committed to his
care, and the facilities which he will he able to
render his customers, he hopes, to merit a contin
uance q/tjic patronage of Ins friends.aud the pub
lic in general. . ' .y'-’ .’
He is prepared to make liberal advances at all
times, on cotton stored or shipped by him. Cot
ton stored. his Ware House will be insured nt
the lowest rates, if requested.
Ho has also taken tho Ware House occupied
last year by L. J. Groce, for the convenience of
his Irieuds aud customers in East Macon.
Macou, August 10 ](i3 Cm
Burlaps,- Hangup Cords -,
Irish Linens, lawns
Blue and Scarlet RnCiart
Black nud Col. plain Ribbons
Dark.and light Col. Prints and Ginghams
Lace and Gauze Veils
Figured and plain Bobbincl Lace
Cambric. Jaconet, Swiss, Mull, Nunsook at:d
Linen Cambric .-;
Linen Cambric Handkerchief;, Pongee do
India Flag and Baudana do
I.-ldies' and Gentlemens’ Gloves.
Cotton, Worsted and Lamb's Wool Hose
Black and Cot Cambrics
Bend Reticules .-
Men's and Buys' Fur, Cloth and Seal Caps
Climclpila do (
READY MADE clothing.
Supciline blue, black, green, ndclaid, olive aud
brown Clqtli'JJress Coats ; ’
" Jiltie', black,- green, brown and. steel
mixLCIolh Frock Coats
" Blue, brown, olive, .green and raixt
Blue, steel mist Hiid fancy colored Sattinet Coat
ees and Frock Coats
Superfine bine, black, brown, olive, green and
steel mixt cloth Pantaloons
Drab, lavender aud striped Ctissimcre do
Blue, steel mixt and fancy onlored Sattinet do
Englisli Moleskin, uncut Cord and Bangup do
Youths’ Cloth and Sattinet Coatees and Panta
Black, blue and dr.-ili Cassimere Vests
Black and colored Velvet do .
Dark and light figured Volcntia, white nnd col
ored Marseilles, SwMisdown, Toiliuet
nnd Sattinet Vests
Camldnt nnd Plaid Cloaks
Velvet, Bombazine, Silk, Valcniia and Leather
Fine Liuen Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Ac. &c.
Mcn.-sc.ud Youths' Fur and Wool Hats,
Fine 23o6ts and Shoes*
rsXiCillG SHOES. «S1C. dkC. 6lC.
Oct. 24 4
* * AND j -..;.
Commission Business*,' '
i0 THE subscriber continues the
jj above business at his old stand;
-w Head of -Cherry street and Colton
Avenue, where lie.offers ajl the u-
sunl facilities in busiuess.
His Ware House and close storages nfc iu
prime order, nnd as much exempted from tile
danger of fire as any hi the place.
Cotton stored with him (rill be delivered in a-
ay part of the town, fiiei: of atty charge, except
the customary storage. *
Octf. 2 JAMES V. MORGAN.
BLAJ&TGSf dL SMITH,
•AND -- .
AKE Ifheral advatiges en Cotton in store
aud ou shipmeuts, alsaou' Holes and oth
er property deposited iu their hands.
■Their Ware Houses arc more convenient tethe
bffrifress part of the touti than any other, possess
ing the advantages of a whnrf, au'd are more cx-
cnijit from danger by fire, tlmn any other iu Ma
con. • May 25 144
i ; GEORGE I
At his o.d stand, corner of Cherry and Second sis.
aow receiving from New York aud Boston,
J. a fresh supply of Goods, which, in addition
to.-thoso. oil hand,' will make his stock very large
a.id compitrie, wlfich he-oilers on as reasonable
terms as they can be had iu this uiarkot. Hi
goods comprise a general
Assortment of Grocancs,
4 iz—150 hags Coffee,
45 iibds St Croix, Porto Rico and N
21 bids Loaf and Lump de
12 qr chests Tea
20,000 lbs Iron
10 hbds .Molasses
1500 bushels Salt
100 pieces Hemp and Tow Bagging,
Jamaica Rumo ‘
Northern Gin, NonhertiRum
Apple Brandy, Wine,
Powder, Sliot, &c. &c. Vr •
ALSO, . .iV
Sry Goods* Hctrdv/arc, Oatlery,
Crockery, Boots, Shoes,
Obi 22- 43
4b *. j.
T HE uudersiguadhas takeu the spacious fire
proof brick store, in tho south end of Ellis,
Shotwtdl & Co’s.rauge, for the purpose of traus
Commission Business> \
Generally.—He will he aided iu the tnahagetnent
of any business confided to him, by bis brother,
JiJin T. Rowland, audrespcctfully-solicits a share
of the patronage of their respective frieuds* an '
the public. Until the store is completed his
counting room will he kept overtfce Commercial
Bank.,. WILLIAM P. ROWLAND
Nv B. Cotton, will bo bought nr sold fora mod
Oct. 5 a 3m
REA & COTTON
OfferfuFsale on accommodating terms,
PIECES Hemp Bagging
500 ready made Cotton hag9, best
100 bids Baltimore, N. O. aud Georgia
10 hhds Northern Rum (colored)
10 casks Mnrscilcs nud Madeira Wine
30 boxes manufactured Tobacco
35 hhds St. Croix & I’orto Rico Sugars
5 bids Copperas
3 Laics Blankets
1 bok Saddlery
1000 bushels Alum Salt,
A small invoice of DRY GOODS/ I1AILD-
AK E. ('R(M ’KEU Y„ &<•. suitalilv ior a c.iiiii-
try store, still he sold ou a credit of six mouths.
Oct. 2 1
bust’s Patent Printing Press.
rpDE undersigned having been anjioiuted'A
-l gent for tho sale of Rust’s Improved Patent
cast Iron Priuting Press, taacs this opportunity
to recomincud it to the.fraternity. This Press is
coming into general use at the North—nnd is ;
’•bought to he tho most perfect nnd efficient of any
now in use. Workmen, xvho nave used this and
‘'tilers, give this the preference over every other
kind as respects ease,- power ntfd durability.
One of these Presses is now in use at this office,
where it may bo seen in operation.
Letters to tho undersigned ou the subject, (post
ill'.'!) uhl !"■ att.-id.-d_ i-.. _M. BARTLETT.
J b'ST ITJBLISIIED aud for sale at iki* of-
The IVew Primer. !
or Child’s First Book. Well adapted for Infant,
oiiunou and Sunday Schools. V ill be soid lou
•J'lio uaatity. Price 12£ conts single. !
Fresh Drugs, Paints JBf Oils.
B>K. W. B. BAI£
ASjust receives] his fresh supplies, nnd of
fers.for sale, at his store on Cotton Avcu-
ue, a .quantity cf
Linseed Oil Extract Sarsaparilla,
Sperm do Carpenters'
Train do ' Castor Oil (fine nrticle)
White I t cad •. Crotou Oil
Spanish Brown ground Spirits- Turpentino
. iu oil /Copal Varnish
do do dry Black leather do
Venetian Red Japati do
Windsor Glass Glue
PaintUrushes Suuff, Macaboy aud
Indigo, Spauish Flotc Scotch
Alum Fine cut Tobacco
Copperas.- -. Hair & coat Brushes
Peari Ashes Camel’s hair Pencils
Magnesia, lump Scal’d Chloride of Lime
Stnrch . Chloride of Soda
Quinine Lemon Syrup
Piperitfe ' Lamps
Iodine , Lanterns a
Opium ,, Lamp Glasses Wick
Morphiutn Suljibat Sc Vinegar
S-Iadcira and Port Wine*
Suitable fur convalescents.
Together with an extensive and general assort
ment of all articles iu his line, all of which were
pur.cluvsed in person by himself in New York,
and nre warranted genuine. Ho is prepared to
give reasonable a ccommon nitons aud respectfully
invi’es the attention of lT:c public.
Feb 13 20
1LL nUtkl^tock pf BOOKS' &■ HARD
WARE. belonging to Ellisj Shotwell
Co. at very low prices, at retail, for cash, aud to
merchants who. may want to replenish their
stock, upon lime,for approved paper.
The Stock-consists of a great variety of
Hardware. Cuilertji Castings
Brass Ware, Britannia do.
FURNITURE MOUNTING. &c. &c.
Consisting of large and small Bibles, Medical,
Law and School Books, and a great variety of
‘Religious and .Misccllaiie ras Books-
Dec. 13 23 JACOB SIIOTWELL
The Subscriber ~
EING very anxious to reduce his stock of
Goods, is' indue d- tt> offer them at prices
somewhat reduced, lib sales will hereafter be
for cash. ■ L
jan M> Iff
WM. II. BURDSALL
A SULKEY, ,
Of fine quality, second baud
J for sale. Inqiriro at tliis of
27 i -3tr
Two acre Lots.
B TjTIE Lessees of the two-acre lots on the city
‘tlqjQanion of Macon, are notified that the
Gth instalment becomes due ou tlie Gib ol Febru
ary.- Thcv are requested to come forward aud
pay the same to the iubscribcr. If not jinid by
the 6th day of April ensuing, the lots aud im
provements will be forfeited. . .
J. ft OFFUTT, Secretary, j
Jan 24, 1833. 19
F irs, Hides and Horns.
T HE highest price will be given by the sub
scriber for Furs of all kinds, either Beaver,
Otter, RaccoJfor Moskrat.
Hides, dry. in any quantity; also DecrHkiUs.
Horn-. Ox or Buck. C- A, HIGGIiNS,
Nov 27 17 Uriel: Buildings. Mulberry St.
Auction and ComKii»siuu .i'.ovr.
! |-; riiiliscriher has removed to the new
BIUCK STORE, adjoining the Post Of
lire,on Mulberry street, where he iciultrs hi- ser
vices in ttie above line. C. A. iilUGlNc.
Nov ID 20
• Notice. ;
T HE. Books, Accounts and’, some of tho
Noics of A 1 . -ShotwcR togctltcr with thoan
of A. Shotwcll & J. S. Smith, a?e placed iii
the hands cf John- C. Ilelvcnston ard Wm. C.
Parker, Esqrs. who arc authorised to settle the
Tiro subscribers- arc particularly auxiotis to
have their claims settled without adding an£ ex
pense to .those indebted to them aud hope' that”
all who have" not paid their notes or accounts will
immediately- call on Messrs Parker or Ilclveu-
siou aud do so.
JOSEPH S. SMITH.
Macon, April 1,1833. 27
"VS7JE hereby forworn all persons from trading
t v fora niih-giren by Allen Reeves and Wm.
Reeves, to Jacob Bently for Three Ifnudrod aud
Twenty-five Dollars, dated the 10th of March.
1832, due the 25th December, thereafter. The
consideration forwhjch tho note was given hav
ing failed, we do not intend to pav it unless com
pelled by law. - ALLEN REEVES,
' AVM. REEVES.
Fayette co. Ga. March'2T.. 18-33. It 27
WOULD inform his friends
and- the, publiq.that ho has ta
ken the ftoie of Mr. Rock
well, where he -will attend !o
of every description, also
Visiting Cards, Newspaper Cuts, Door Plates,
Si c. K
N B. JEWELRY neatly repaired.
April 3 27 WM. W. HOOPER.
Frat.tice of Medicine.
DitsV cO , K & BRIDGMAN
have united in the Practice of MED
ICINE and SURGERY. Ttym
office is die ouo ktrretoforo occupied
by Dr. Cone.
Jan 1, 1833. 14 ^
:<• CASH STORE
S&ussell, 6L Dickinson
WE mi hand, and will’TOfeicve in a few
days, a chtuce selection of , ,
which will be Solti law and for CASH ONLY-
•-S hhds N. O. Molasses-
23 “ prime St. Croix & Orleans Sugars
52 hags prime green Cofice
2(1 bids Mackerel
1 tierce Codfish
20 bbls Family Flour (choice)
10 half bbls do .
15 qr Buckwheat do
20 bids Irish Potatoes .. -'
51 bbls Northern Rum, Gin,- Whiskey
17 ** assorted Cordials (good)
5 tierces new Rico _
1 pipe each -cog Bravdy and II Gin
2- ?V Norihcrn Vincg.-tr
5 bbls each Peach ami Apple Brandy
Jamaica and St Croix Rum
O ill, S M, Teneriffe, Muscatel, Port
: -.-find Malaga Wines iu qr casks
Loudon Porter in quarts and p : ats
Bar Soap, Sperm & Tallow Candles
Hyson nnthPoucbcmg Teas
Drums fresh Figs V •
Boxes fresh Kaisius
Oranges, Apples, Onions, &o
Dried Beef, smoked Tongues
Bologna Sausages, Crackers .- -
Spanish mid American Cigars. &c.
S’ tous swedes and Englisli Iron .
Englisli, Blistered and German Steel
32 casks Nails ahtL-Bnnt spikes
Salt. Bagging & Tw ine, Castings, &c
Also a general variety of
Staple Dry Cfroods,
Saddlery, JIats, Boots, Shoes, &c A'C.
J«n 1,1833. 14
BY BARRY -CORNWALL.
When the wind blow’st
Iu the sweet rose tice,
And the cow lows
Ou the fragrant lea,
Aud the stream flows
All bright and free,
'Tis not for thee, ’tis not for me :
'Tis not for any one here I -Vow.
The gentle wand blowcth,
The happy cow lowcth,
The merry stream flowetb;,
For all below!
O the Spring! the beautiful Spring!
She shinetb aud smilethon every thing.
Where come the sheep?
To the rich Man’s moor,
To the bed that’s poor,
Peasants must weep,
And Kings endure;
That is a fate that uouc can cure;
Yet spring tlo'th’all she can I trow;
-' bhO brings the bright hours,
Sue weanes the sweet flowers,
~ She dresselh her bowers
For all below !
O tho Spring! thebeantiful Spring!
She shinetb and smiletli ou every thing
ClAr be Ivitciien: or, “old Vi'roinny nebxr
tire.” [The highly popular Prize Sajug, a*
sung in character, with shouts of applauso, by
N. G. DixouV the distinguished Natioual Buf
Iu old Kentucky, in de arternoon
Wo sweep the kitchen with a bran new broom,
And arter dat we form a ring,
And dis dp-fipaelhat we do sing,
O! Clar de kitchen old folks, young folks,
Old Virginuy ueber tiro.
I came to a creek aud conld*ot gqt.across,
I’d nobody with me but an old blind horse,
But old Jim Crow came riding by,
Says he, old fellow! your hor--e ’ll die.
It’s clar do kitchen, &c.
A jay-bird sot ou ajiiekory limb,
Ho winked at me and I looked at him:
I upriyid a stone and hit him ou de chin.
And dat’s do"-tvay I suck’d.him in.
He claEd.dc kitchen, St.c.
A bull-frog, (dress’d in soger’s cloc«,
Wqnt in de field t to drill some crows;
His‘first lieuttiitflit was a wood-chuck,
Who had more mettle than Cdloiiel Pluck,
So clar de kitchen, &c.
Den I went down wid Cato Moore,
To see de steam boat come -Tsbore,.- -
Ev’ry man for himself, so I pick’ll up a trunk.
Lei oil'” said do Captain, “or I burn you. wid a
And clarde kitchen, &c.
vine r.s big as my finger, fastened above, and, Jive
yards before it, came lo the ground, sen iliu^ out
a dozen filaments, evidently intended to lix iu
the ground as roots, though 'they had not beena-
ble to reach it. These.vine- are ev.erv where seen
in the woods, and ofteu’ foi-na symmetrical arh.ofs,
circular or oval, that would be beautiful in the
most tasteful gardens- But of all sights the.most a-
musing, and that continually to ne seen, is The
Scotchman hugging the Create, as it is very sig
nificantly smiled. This often takes place on the
loftiest trees of tlie forest,—especially-the ccyha.
'rhe bahouca, (bejuco) descends from the top, ami
rises from the ground, and winds round the trunk
of the tree, and by its many convolutions literal*
ly webs over the trunk, grows into itself, branch
with branch (and looks like an immense serpent
wreathing about its victim. The effect is ever
the same. The creole, the original tretf; i» t-mo-
thered in the hostile embrace.'' It Commences e
premature decay-wots, tajlg. by piecemeal, be
comes.;! mere skeleton, and finally tnsftppears,
leaving the parasitical bahouca, changed iu its
very nature from vine to tree, in prosperous pos
session of the ground. The-trunk • of the mur
derous ttee near the ground is irregular, open
worked, but vigorous and healthy, with a top
running high, aud sometimes with branches from
two feet to three and a half iu diameter: Atjhs
ground. 1 have measured a space of from six tof
seven feef between tho thrifty parts of the upstart
tree. These parts become united twenty or thir
ty feet from the ground, in a solid trunk, and send
out branches tvo feet in diameter. The leaf o
of tho new tree is uot always tiro same, but the
limb when ciit, : always seeds out a milky sap
T HE subscribers have this day purchased tho
entire stock of goods belonging-to JFilcy,
Baxter fy Fort iu this place, and will continue the
business at the same store on the corner of Sec
ond Street and Cotton Avenue, opposite Wash
ington Hall, uhder the firm of
PASTSH, POUT «L WHEY,
They have oti hand a gcuoral assortment of Daro’s ^schooner-head banibo, who lubs black
fresh goods well adapted to the town aud country
I hab a sweetheart in this town,
Who dresses in<a green silk gown,
And as she vralks tho streets around,
Do hollow of her foot makes a hole iu the ground,
Now clar de kitchen, &c.
Dts lob is a ticklish tin?, you know,
It makes d<a : fair see feel ober —
trade, which will be sold at lotv prices. and on li
beral terms, by the yard, piece or package.—
They solicit a continuation of tho patronage of
former customers and tho public generally.
THOMAS W. BAXTER
V ROBERT W. FO RT.
, LAIRD It. AVILEY-
Macon, JuIv'L-Te:#., ,101
Molasses, Sugatj;,Iron, Sfc.
Sf Hhds Molasses
JL 10 do prime srcrolx Sugar
2(J bids and half bids ctuinlFloor
25 do Whiskey 20 do Gin,T5 do Rnm
10 do Malaga Wine
10 tons swedes Irfiff assorted
30 boxesTobacco (Virginia)
100 pieces Ii«mp Bagging
500 cotton Bags, 5h yards each
500 bushels Alum salt Also,
1500 bushels Liverpool ground Salt, on board
Lamar's boat No. 1, daily expected, xvill bo sold
lon v if t.iken from tiro boat. All on good terms,
for salebSr ':L. REA & COTTON,
jan 29 !>' "~v
Tin Ware Manufacturer.
MULBEURY, NEAR TURD STR*:i:T.
T HE subscriber continues to manufacture
TIN WARE. 1n every variety, and lias
now oii'hapd a general assortment, which ho will
sell wholesale or retail at the. Savannah or Aug u *'
ta prices. . 1 if. T> , f-#.‘ ’ -.v-’
He 1ms also just received an'assortment of Ja
panned Tin Ware, consiitiug of Trunks, sugar
Boxes, Waiters, Bread pans, Canisters? sugar
Bowls, Milk cups, Tumblers, Pepper boxes, Gra
ters, Toy cups. Rattles, candlesticks, Lamps, spit
Boxes, sand Boxes, Pocket Lanterns, &c. &c.
Also, patent Bakers, Foot stoves, blocktin Tea
Pots, Plates, Basins, Tumblers, fee.
JOB WORK done at the shortest notice,
jan 2 WILLIAM S. ELLIS.
Want’s to come possum oberDiun, I .<posc,
Aud clar do kitchen, &c.
Ono day, as I walk’d iu Chcsuut street
My luhly Dina I did meet;
I wink’d—she blushed like a bag of sut,
Roll'd the white of her eve aud give a great strut,
To clar de k.tchen, &c.
“Go away,” jays she, “wid yourcowcvtOiber chin,
If you coino here agin I’ll stick you wid a pin ;”
So I turn’d ou my heel aud bid her good i>ye,
And arter I was gone she began for to cry.
O.' clardc kitchen, &c.
I wish I was back in Old Kentuck,
For since I left dare I had no luck,
Do galls dey so proud they woti’t cat mush,
And when you go to court ein, day say, "O! hush!’
’ f i -J(ow clar ko kitchen. &<.
..... The Copartnership
'H'TNDER tiro firm oillusstil, Dickinson Co.
U is this day by mutual consent dissolved.—
The Business hereafter will be conducted' hy
jau 23 RUSSELL A- PTC KINS ON.
M LBS FLAX THREAD, assorted
09 MW colors of a superiof quality, just
received aud for sale by
Nov27 17 - WM. II. BURDSALL.
■3 Jk PIECES 1st and 2d quality of h a-
ivy vy Hemp Bagging, by the piece or
iu quantities to suit Purchasscrs, for sale by
Dec. 12. 23 C. A. HIGGINS.
loaf and £nmp Sugar*
-a ptf BOXES Loaf and Lump Sugar, just
■ # received and for sale by
,»., !) t KEA A COTTON
Summer doods and Clothing*
J UST received at the Macon Clothrojt Store
April J2 121 LEWIS Fll’CIi
THE GUDGEON AND TIIE EEL.
The New York Daily Advertiser gives mi in
genious illustration of the tactics^by which the
Now York Magician is working, his way to the
Presidency on the shoulders of General Jackson,
in the following piece of natural history:
There is a fish that is commonly called tho
Lamprey Eel—a smooth, pliable, but slippery
animal, which, when passing up a stream, and
meeting iVith a catarac-too strong to Lo encoun
tered by his own faculties, watches for some more
powerful fish, who. without suspicion, has stop
ped at the foot of the rapids to take breath.
There, iu an unguarded moineut, by the extraor
dinary power of suction which the Eel possesses
he fastens upon tho side of his more muscular
neighbor, and forces the latter to carry liim up
stream, aud drop him safe in the still and slitney
. waters above. Fuch is somewhat the state _ ol
things in tho country#The old slnd is taking
breath, aud the Lamprey Eel is watching for a
proper opportunity to accompany hi®, secundum
arltm, over the waterfall.
To mnketancid Butter sweet.—Churn the but-
Extract of a letter from Washington, dated Marsh
7, to the Pennsylvanian :
John ftandulph, of Roanoke, is stiii here.—-
There is great doubt and uncertainly about hi*
political course. It is believed that he took the
recent hostile position to ihe Proclamation as a
sort of set-off to his $22,000. For thiriy years
he ha3 talked so much of his purity and disinter
estedness, that he could not any longer look the
people in the face, unless he picked some quarrel
with General Jackson, so as to give bis own coun
tenance a complaining appearance. “Squire,
John” dined with the President, a few days ago.
Among other iutefesiidg topics introduced by this
distinguished statesman (“trquirc Johu”) was
the life aud adventures, parentage find extraction
of his blackmail *-Juba.” Ju Virginia, there is a
peculiar and beautiful expression applied to nur
ses aud foster-mothers—they are called “mam-
mi While •‘John” was talking about‘.Juba, 1 !
discoursing of his virtues and pointing ou'i hr*
! tiror ts, he woundup a passage ■very emphatically
' —"Sir, that hoy’s' mother was my mammie'."—
“His mammie!” whispered au eastern member,
to bis neighbor, “Well, Randolph looks dark e-
uough iu all conscience.”
On another occasion when “Squire John” at
tended the'sittiag of the House, some di/fie idly
arose on a-question of order. rtrcvenal -mzmI.eiT!
arose together aud addressed the Speaker: ft
good deal of confusion ensued. “Squire John”
raised Ills' head from the sofa, darted-his bright
eyes upon tho floor, aud cried out to Ins servant,
iu his peculiar shrill tone of Voice, “Juba, take
me out of this tnob?-'—Juba accordingly bundled
him up medicine chest and all, aud put liim' iutc»
Duriug the sitting of tho Senate, among other
persons who accosted hitn was tho well known
chart maker and chart seller of New York, Mr.
Edward Blunt, who has done more to improve
the charts of the Atlantic than perhaps, any other
man of the country. He had formerly seen Mr.
Randolph" somewhere. Presuming on acquain
tance. he slept up to “John,” in the Senate—
“How do you do, Mr. Randolph?” said Mr.
Blunt, ‘,1 am uot well,” said Mr. Randolph:
“hut” said John, looking up into Mr. Bluut’a
face, “Ivdob’t retaember ever having seen you,
sir.’-’ ’ ’Oh’! said the other, my name is Blunt—
Mr. Blunt from New York.” “Blunt!” reitera
ted Randolph: “I thought so, sir,” said tire 1
Squire,' very .-drily.—-“Indeed, sir,” returned
Blunt, “you seldom" think so well.” Mr. Blunt
tells this anecdote himself with great humor.
Randolph lodges at the tavern formerly kept
by Barnard. Ilissittingroom, or rather his louu-
gittg room, for he seldom sits, looks upon a back
yard. One day, two or thVce boys were playing
there,' aud kicked up a cousiderhblo noise.—
Squire John got very much annoyed at this, and
ordered his tnau Juba to bring down his pistol*.
They were brought down and laid upon the tay.
ble. “Juba,” said he, “open that window-?”’“If
was done. “Juba,” continued John, “go out aud
bid those boys stand still a few seconds, till I hav«
a shot at them." Juba marched out, and went
up .to jt he beys—“Massa send me to bid you stand
just care till he shoot you rbery one.” One of
tho hoys asked, “who is your master?” “Massa
Randolph." In au instaul the boys took to their
heels; cleared the yard in a twinkling, and scour-,
ed down a lane as if a blood hound was after
them. Squire John was uo more troubled with,;
the boys. • v -
<>n another occasiou John was languishing o*
the sofa iff the House of Representatives. II©
looked and breathed as if it were his last. In an
instant ho started up, went to the southern win
dow aud looked out very anxiously, for 4 few se
conds: Ho returned to his sofa, and, in sitting
down, observed, “I thought I heard a big gun.”
There cannot be a doubt but John wants to die
on the floor iu the House of Representatives, a* -
Chatham did in the House of Lords. The splen
did Hall of the I louse of Representatives hasbec*
the areat theatre of his" wit, point, sarcasm, elo
quence and glory. There has never been such »
man in the world as John Randolph, aud I doubt
whether there ever will be such another. His
ambition Is to die in the midst of a speech, in do*/
fence of State Rights. This i« the sterrf of'fus
consent to stand lor another election. J have m©
doubt he will be re-elected*- He has very ingeni
ously availed himself of the" present excitement
created in jho South against the Pr'oclatruuion,
and he wilt ride comfortably into Congress on
that billow. He is very severe- upon Secretary
ter with sweet milk, in the proportion of about Livingston, Secretary M‘Lane, and Mr. Taney,
311. s. of the former to a half a glalou of the latter. | ou :l( . r o lin t. It is very generally supposedi
This simple experiment was lately tried by a cit- j |, 0WevePi r hat lie is secretly in favor of Mr- Van
Buren, cvftu in opposition to Calhoun. It is,dif-
izeti of this town, and we are authorised to say j
that it proved entirely successful. Tile state of
the market in relation to this article at present
renders the knowledge of some purifying and
simple process, like the above, very desirable;
and we are sure many others will be induced to
trv it.—kirg. Herald.
From Abbot'sletterfrom Cuba.
VEGETABLE CURIOSITIES IN CUBA.
Nothing is more common than to see bahouca,
(bejuco,) or vine* of many species, running with
luxuriance over the trees, great and small, of the
forest. Many of them commeiieo their growth,
and fasten their roots in the top of a tree, aud
thence run downwards and fasten themselves a-
gain in the ground, 'i hey are sometimes seen
hanging above, and waving iu the qir below,
without aDy fixtnfe to tho grocrud.- I have seen a
fi, ult, however to unriddle such a profound enigma
• is ./olio Randolph of ilonnokty. .11 is resolution.-
and speechcp against the admiiiiriffation had ft
groat effect; it is fast wearing away. Indeed*
there will be a prodigious struggle in the South-
Aril States during tho ensuing summer.;. Their*
position jn relation to the presem goyentfnent, «r
uearfy siinHarWi that of New England during thot
Presidency of Jefferson and Madison. The seep--
ire has passed away, and nullification can nev©W
win it back-- 1
Band in RTewtoiu
F RACTIONS No. 333 and 334, in the 16lb
District oTiginally Henrv now Newtott'
.mntv, are foT sale. Apply in Macon to
Dee I 3.Y M.BARTLETT/"