by M. BAJRTLET^i
MACON, WEDNESDAY, MAY I, 1833.
Yol. \ r;;mns....Nori:i-:u 31.
,-V-T MACON, GA.
Printing Offer on Mulberry Street—opposite tke
, Brick Range. .. _ \
TI'RMS.—Tnnr.r. Dollar? a year, if paid in
NEW GOOIMs. *
WM. H. j T
Hatput received a newer J. .
Dry Goo'„ glZI£™° rtment V
Skocs, Sfc. i
I ■ . p*",|- * ,e f‘*mid inferior to none, and
•dw** « Focn Dollars, if not paid before the j be offing & f S£ d TO.S2fci“ U Wi " !
-n.l of the year. Subscribers living at a .l.stanco | Fur Cush Xhtl£ > r,ccs '
^tS STOCK- CONSISTS. IS TAUT, OK Tlrr
will I to-required ill all cases to pay in advance.
NIAV s e.
$. 2?. STUBS ^ Co .
R, '-^?ECTFULL Y in-
r r«n the public that they
nave taken the store iu.
Ellis, SSfiotwct! te Co’s,
row, two doors above thg
Office, where they
arc uotv receiving nistl opening n very general
and Stationary,,,. •
Aracng taeir works, they havo a general assort-,
meat, and will In* constantly receiving the new
pnblieations mi Theology, Medicine. Law, His-
tory. ami Miscellaneous subjects, together with
w: -li other articles tts are usually Jicgt iu a Roolf
A« one ofthetr firm will be most of tlie time nt
di«- Xorih for the purpose of attending sales end
selecting Hooks, they Hatter themselves that they
will at all times ha ve ns good-on assortment, and
lie able to dispose of them on ns moderate terms
as nnv house iu the Southern country.
H. P. S. te Co. have a largo assortment tif
all kinds and sizes.
Fools Cap, Letter, and Note I’nper of tho best
quality, both English anil American, plain -m\d
W-o*ied, water trad Teih? r . lined, piuk, yellow
uo ami white. .. •" ' ■ -g .
lintak Checks,. Notary Public Letters, Ware-
Ijanse Receipts, |li|!s oF-L'mling. *
Writs of all khuls.*. ' *' • *
Justices Summons, do Executions, Cleiks do
Tax Collector* do. riubprena* for Witnesses.
Deeds, Sheriffs' do. Sheriffs’ Bills of Sale, Gar-
iiislunoritsi Ca. Sa. Jurors’ .Summonses.
Marriage License, Hail Writ aiid Bond, Inter.
Com. Directions for IiHer’angntorie*. -
Bills of'Indictment,'Bench Warrants, Bail
Bonds, Attachments, Inter. Judgements.
Letters Testamentary, Letters of Administra
tion, Temporary Letters of Arimiiii&tflfttfi, Tern-
iftfafy l.cttcrs" of Adiuiuisiratiou,* Guardians
Bands. ' -.
Tax Collectors ucqus, Gamuts, .Sub. Dec. Tec.
Dec 21 24 •
REA & COTTON
Offer for salt on am ommodating terms,
~ PIECES Hemp Bagging
500 ready madeCotlouhags, bcit
• quality j :
100 bids 'Baltimore, N. 0. and Georgia
JO hints Northern Hum (colored)
10 casks Marsellcs aiul Madeira Wino
30 boxes manufactured Tobacco
33 lilids St. Croix & Porto Rico Sugars
11 tales Blankets
1 bok Saddlery
1000 bushels Alum Salt,
A small invoice of DRY GOODS, IIARD-
tV.VIlfi, CROCKERY, tec. suitable for a.coun
try store, »ill bo sold on a credit of six mouths.
Oct, 2 1
NEW SPJiJ.YG GOODS
At the .Macon Clothing Store.
. PITCH is now opening at*tho Macoti
3-is Clothing Sto,e. a new and splendid as-
suMOiutof GOODd aud CLOTHING,.consist-,
iu part of - •
H mba/.iues, Gamblers, Marco.GjisiareJc? 'of
war. -.11 colors. Plain and. Striped do. Brown
and while Drilling, brown nnd white Grass Lin
ens India aikecu, Circassians, Lasting, 6?*
i red and plain silk Velvets, English figured silk
\ es.icg, plain Elorciitiuc do. buff nnd white Va
lencia ,in. wliito and figured Mcrsailcs, white, fi£-
nred tSilk nud Yiilentii Gold Vesting, ucw arti-
' ir, a good assortment of Cloths, C-tssimcrs, tec.
Fancy At tides.
White nnd fancy Cravats, pitted and ,plnin
Bombazine Sto ks, Velvet aud figured'do. (gum
E attic, tiettsilk; nett cotton, and Webb’s patent
Sa-peiidcrs, black, wliito nud fancy, silk Gloves,
blacK and fancy horseskin and buck-km do.
hrowu Jin-re «io. English and French silk half-
Bysc, vigonado. w hite mist ai d strip cotton do.,
hum I’o-oms, Collars, Stiffucrs, Suiulcficld, In
dia ;:u I It .minima Hnukcrchiefs, white nnd figur
ed do. silk Umbrellas, childrens* leghorn Hats,
Balmleaf do. &&e.
R only Made Clothing.
Bam'iazine, lasting, ami Circassian Coattccs
and Frock Coats, boHibuzIno and Circassian pan-
talnoQs. crape, csmblett nud anriuo caasimere i!o.
French and Kiuli-.li drilling brown do. French
and English drilling white do.brown and white
linen do. dock and .stripe-linen do. \igona nnd
lasting do. wh.to and hui v Vests (raewu'les)
urrd mers itjes and Valencia do. velvet and flor-
ciuino do. common do. w liito and. brown iiovn
I r t . white end brown rlrilling do. duck ■ ii«l
vigonado. Drawers, Shirts,'Moming'Gown.-, &c,
All of wliirh will he sold cheap for CASH. I
would solicit tho patronage of my friends and the
public in general. Also tho TAILORING will
bo earned on iu all its branches with despatch*
N. R. Cl i accounts must be paid before new
tons are v adc.
A.ril'O 23 LEWIS FfTCII.
Super Saxony. Blue.JDock ami Colored Broad
Blue, Black, W.ixt and Fancy Colored Sattincts
'Striped SallinetJ, English Alerinoes
Dufile PoWt and Hose Blankets
Util, White, (jreen and Yellow Flannels
Canton njid Saxony White Gauza do
D/imatlt Table Diaper
Bird’s Lye, Scotch, nnd Butrin do
Blue, Black and Cblored Boinbantts
do do -do Circasjiatu
Negro Clothing. Linseys
Brown aud Bieucbcd Shirtjngs
do do Sheetings
do. do Drillings
Colton Oznaburgs, Fustians
• Black Ilalian Lustring
Black Grossde Sui^s, Black Cress do Noolcs
do do Berlin - ..
Black Suic!nru'»«'nd Sarsands
Col. Gross dc Naples. *.
Blnckanif tt^-i-*«*™re»rccs * *
•ft> do Italian Crapes '
Scarlet and Black Merino LongiSbawrls
Scarlet Square Shawls , . ,
Cashmere, Valentiij./J'hlbH Woof.
Silk, Damask and Cusimcre Shawls
IIcriiHiii, Paris Muslin Crape
Gauze, Gros do* .Naples end Mandarine Dress
Ilnmlkercbiefs • • •
Ladies’ nmf Misses’Belgian, Italian; Straw, Leg
horiiiJfreUI and Fancy Bunnels.
Satin fiad'Cauee Garnitures . * . .-
English Molerkins/Bcd Ticks . “J_
Apron Checks. Furniture dp.
' Domestic Plaidinnd Stripes
Floor Clotii Baize/Green Fuze Cloth
rurnilllrcDiniigy, Hair Cord'do * *
Russia Sheering, Bleach DotvJass
Burlaps. Jfai:gup v Cofds
. ^Ihfteond Scarlet Itiftlinct .
Cotton (Tassimyrcs -, *. - r ,. v *.
Black and Col plnfff*Ribbons ' .
Dark nnd ligbl-G’ol. PrinfsandjGitighntas
Lace end Gauze Veils
Figured and plain Bubhinct Lace
Thread Laces •
Cambric. 'Jqconet,- Swiss,” Mull, Kansook nud
Book Muslim .
I.incn Cambric * • , ^
LlV|n CaiahricJISiidkcrcliiefs, Pongee do
India Flag and Bandana do . • \ .
Sbgll CnniUs •;
Lhihes' nnd Gentlemens’ Gloves. ■
Colton, Worsted and Lamb’s Wool Ilose t ■ •
Black iind Col." Cauibifcs
Men’s nnd Hoys’ Fur^Cloth sn'dScol Caps
AND / *
THE subscriber continues the
4t> above busincssrat bis old stand,
Head of Cherry street and Cotton
S®^ .Avenue, where he offers all the u-
sual facilities ill business.
Ilis Ware House and close storages are in
prime Order, and as much 'exempted from the
danger of fire as any in tlie place.
Colton stored with hita will he delivered in a-
uy part or the town, frkk of any charg'e, except
the. custonaarv stofage.
Oct 5 2 JAMES C. MORGAN.
3^ AT'>r\5?OI'M Hl SSv2ST^,
- VvARE HOUSE;
C'opimission Afcrchanfi, J
I^S'AKEJ iberal advances mi C uttoi: in store
IV5 aad on shipments, a Upon litres afla oth
er jrrapertj* dcfmuMtn their limit!-.
Thcir.Warc Ifo sei are more cbnvcuicut to the
business pari of the tfrlvp than any other, possess
ing lh'- ad rantnprs ofn ttbart. pud arc more ex
empt from danger by fire, *lrri any other in Ala
con. ..May 25 ^-'' 144
W Il.Lsell tlie -rock of BOOK:.' A' HARD
WARE. belon^iiig'ta Ellis, Shotnr>ll A*
Co. at ve.ry-low prices, at'retail, for cash, > ml to
fherchants who may want to. rtrplciiisli* thc-ir
stock, upon linie, for approved paper.
- The Stock consists of a great variety of
Hardware^ Cutlery, Castings
MECHANICS' TOOLS, .'
Srass Ware, Uritannia do.
FURMTlTllE MOUNTING. &.c. &c.
. •;..** BOOKS
Consisting of large and siiinll Bibles,'Medical,
Law nud School Books, aiul a groat variety of
lt.cligiuus and .Miscellaneous Books.
Dec. 18 28 JACOB SHOTWELL..
READY MADE CLOTHING.
Superfine blue, block,, green. ndeLid, olive and
brown Cloth Dress Coats * *
•« lilac,.black, green, blown and steel
mix! Cloth Frock Coats
<< Blue, Brown, olive, green.and mixt
, Cloth Coatees ■•d. ’ *
Blue, sfcelmixt nnd fancy colored Saltinel Coat-
. res and Frock Cor!« ^
Sgpcrfiuc blue,*black.-brown, olive, green and
steel mist cloth Pantaloons
Draff. InvuhiUr •oil -1r,|,ud Caisimerc do...
Blue, st*ol lurstnnd l)i*tcy colored rfRttiutTdo .
English Moleskin, uncut Cord and Hangup do
Youths’ Cloik and SaRinct Goatees and Panta
loons * . r
Black, blue nnd drab Cassinrcrc Vests-
Blnek and colored Vehet do . 1
Dark and right figured Valentin, white and col-
*ored Alakseilles, Ssvaiisdown, Toilinct
and .•'attincl Vests
Camblet and Plaid Cloaks
Velvet, Bombnzjiip, Silk, Vnlenlia and Leather
Stocks’ - •. '*« * -m.
Fine Linen Shirts, Collars, Bosoms.&c. «i-c.
Men's aud Youths' Fur and lYool Hals, .
3Pine Soots and Shoes,
IffSG-IlQ SHOES, <&e, &C. «S:0.
Oct. 24 4 - -
Fresh Drugs,-Faints Sp Oils.
ZSS. p. •*.
.1 ‘5'ASJust reccivctl his fresh Supplies, ami of-
ft P fers for sale, at h« store obi Cotton A'vctr-
iic, a quantity of. . -*• *- •»
Linseed Oil Extract Sarsaparilla,'
Sperm do *•- -Carpcntcw
’Train - ilo Castor Oil (fine articIo) #
White ,t.cml _• . Croton'OiJ
Spanish Browe ground Spirits Turpontiuo . .
in.nil * * , Copal garnish,
do do, dry BJack-lcathcr do
Venetian Red Japan do - *
G]up* •' ,
Snuff, Mncaboy and
Hair A: coat Brushes
CameVs hair Pencils
.Magnesia, lump Aical’d Chloride of-Limo
fltmTH 1 ' ChlorideTif Soda ,
Lamps ’ lw
Lamp Glasses & W r ick
• Notice. .. .
HE . Books, Aerquuts nud some of tlie
U.. Notes of A. sliottvell together with those
of A. Sholwell &; J. S. Smith, are-placed iu
tlio.luinds e>f John- C. liclvoustou ard Win. C.’
Parker, Iis'qrj. who are autliorised to settlo tho
s.line. . •• m '■ .
Tho 'subscribers are particularly anxious to.
have tlrcir claims .settled without- adding any.'ex-
pctise.to tltosc.indchiod tb them' aiKTIiope tli^J
all who have cet.naijl their notes or accounts* will
iinnfcilintely call Afcssrs I’arkcr or Ilelrcn-
ston nud do so. „■ * ■ ’' ~
ALEXANDER SHOTAVELL. '
JCSEPIL-S. SAJI'I II. • .
Macou, April 1,1833. 27
j ' asona-33 jswstt,
I At hi3 chi stand, corner oj Cherry and Secondsts.
I S now receiving From XewYork and Boston,
a fresh 'supply t>f -Gtiodr. vliich, iii addition
' to those on hand, will make his stock very large
aud complete, whieV ho .offers on as reasoiuib'o
terms t)« they can he had iii this market, lli:
goods comprise a'general
Assortment of Groceries }
\ iz—150 bats C'offeQ,
45 idnls St Croix, Porto Itieo aud N
21 Idils Loaf and Lump do
12 <;r chests Ton
10,000 !!>s Iron
JO iilitls Mola-.ses
1500 ii.ishels Sajt j
100 pieevs Hemp ami Tow Barring, :
40 kegs Nail? ' j
•Lima: n Rum
Northern Gin,'Northern Rum
Apple Brandy, WTno,
Povt-ler. Shot, e. e. &.*.
” ALSO,' v -
Ery Goods, Hardware, Cutlery,
Crockery, Foots, Shoes,
Ss-r, &c. &C. • ,
Oct 22! 40
Indigo, Spauish Flote
Alum * • •
Cojiperas . •
■Lots for -Sale. ? *
rglHE y.bscriber liaviug a number of 1,0 Tri
B on the right hand side of tho yew road
leading front Macon to Forsyth aiid on tho loft
of tbe-jdd roadi commencing suod after crossing
the Branch, on both roads? will dispose of (he
same to suclrperjjpns as .will jnake gooff chizeusr
on reasonable-terins. As- aa inducement to me
chanics he Las made tv. o cross roads through tho
Lots situated- between said I'oads. and will give
to each of. the first mentioned lots a 'sufficient
space on ope.of Jbe cross ri nds for a w ork shop,
without a cknrgo fur ten years, and wiH bn bouiid
to pay them the value of the poderate improve--
merits that iuay.be. put on them,' or make a fur
ther contract lor tlx same. The lots on these
cross roads will be used cxclusively-for mechanic,
shops. - '**"
Tlje advaitiageous situation of-this property is
too obvious to mention. The almost* exclusive
support of^Mk’con passing the first mentioned
roads; Mechanics would be -sufficiently* near
fowii to have the patronage of both town and
couutrv, and be freed from the numberless objec
tions to living-directly in town. :•
Also, "For Saicr.
The store occupied by’ E. B: Weed, and the
dwelling aboye, with a sufficient lot,'the purcha
ser irill bo"entitled fo tiro rc"t at the rate of$425
per year, till the 1st of O.ctober. *
• Il ALSO, ror. SAUlf, - :
no Shares commercial bank
STOCK, aUo, the House aud Lot. occupied by
.- L. Williams, near Dr: Owen’s mills, aiid about
20 aerps of lend situtlted on tho road near said
liousel Apply .to tHe? subscriber, if absent to J.
C. Irelvemjtou, Esq.' •. -
• Aprils 27 ALEXANDER SHOTWELL.
CASH STORE f? «
; Sliissell, Z?ickin!5on
¥¥AV^on li0iid ; and wall reciovo ia a feiv
IS. days, a clinico s?fcctiois of - .
which will be sold low nnd for CASH.ONLT-
S iii.-N N. < >• Mohtsses
S3 **, prinib St: .Croix & Orleans Sugars
. 52 bats prinio green Coffee
20 libls Mackerel.. r * ’
1 tierce Codfish \ .
20 bbls Faiiiily Flour (choice)
10 half bblS“ dp- m -
15 qr ., Duck wheat ffo ,.
20 Idils Irish Potatoes . ‘ • ,
51 bbls Northern RUm,/>in, Whiskey -
- 17 , “ assorted Cordials (good) .
5 trcrces*ncw Rice
«, 1 pipe each yog Bramly aud II Gin
3. 1‘ Northern Vinegar " • .
5 libls each Peach and Apple Brandy
* Jamaica.ami St Croix limn
. Irish. Whiskey - •
. Cherry Bounce
• ‘O M; 5 M, -Teneriffc, Mus.catcl, Port
. j. and SJalnga Wipes in q- casks
. Baskets Cliiunpaigno.
J.oiulog l’orter ij^quarts and p;fcts
-’Bar Sor.p, SpcriQ •&.Tallow Caudles
Lump Sugar' *.. .••■ # F-
llyitm and I’ouchohg.Teffs
. *; ' Drinns frcilu Ki"S
• Oranges, Apjilcs, Onions, tec
Dried IJecf, smoked*Tougucs
Doiogna Sausages. Crackers
Spanish aml Amcrican Cigars. &c.
’ . S toils swedes nnd Knf(ti:.li Irmi
- English, Blistcrpd'and German Steel
32 casks-Nails and Boat spikes "
Sal). Bagging & Twine, Castings, &c.
Also a general variety off,
: Staple £>ry Goods,
Saddlery, Ilals, Bools, -Shoes, See See.
Jan I,'18X1. 14 '
RAVING.taken possession of* the store reift-
i. cd by Jilin in Ellis, Sholwell'& Co’s,
raugft. is u6w ready to receive nny'Con sign men ts
'tvith- which -bis friends and the public mav-be
pleased to Javor him*. WM. P. ROWLAND.
Nov 27 17'
.Morphiusv Snlphat & Vinegar
Rladcira and 2?oi
Sin table for convalescents.
Together with an vxtcii-ivc nod general as.-ori-
inentof all articles in his line, all of which were
purchased in porson by himself in New York,
,ind arc warranted genuine. He is prepared to
give reasonable necoinmonationsaud respeclfully
luviiat the attention of tho public.
Practice of SScdicine,
DRS. CO\E te BRIDGMAN
have-united in tlie Practice of MED
ICINE and SURGERY. Their
office is the ono hcictofore occupied
by Dr. Coup.
Jan I. I8R2. 14 '
SiUst’c latent Printing Stress.
■ ’ E undersigned having been apRpinteJ V
gcut for the -aleof Unit’s Improved Patent
east Iron Printing Press, D^es this opportunity
b> recommend it to the fraternity. This Press is.
coming into general use at the North—and i»
thought to be the nin-i perfect and efficient of any
now lh use. Workmen, who ■ have used this nnd
others, give this tho preference over
Pars, Slides and ££orns.
FBni IIE highest price will bo given by the snb-
_E. st rlhcr f-r. Furs of all kinds,-cither Beaver,
Otter, RacCon or Mu krat. V-
Hides, dry, in any quamiiy j,-also Deer Skins.
Horn-. Ox or Bndc. -C. A. HIGGINS,
Na v 27 17 Brick Bandings, Mulberry St,
'Fin Ware Manitfaclicrcr.
MULBEURT,'XEAU T’URD STRBilT..- *
PTJT HE' Miliscriiier continues to majuifijctiue
-R ’ci>. u ak r. in i-ici i -•■i-li-ry. r,>,< 1 has
now on band a general assortment, wliieh he-wiH
sell wholesale or.retail at tlie Savaimab or Augus
ta pfrccr. - ,
He l;:*s also just received nil assortment of Ja-'
panned Tiu‘ \Vare, .consisting of Tri:tiles, sugar
Boxes, Waiters, Bread -pans. Canisters,- sugar
Bowls, .Milk caps. Tumblers. Pepper boxes. Gra
ters, Toy cups. Rattles, cHcdJcsipeks, Lamps spit
Boxes, sand Boxes, Pocket Lanterns, tec. tee.
Also, patent Bakers, Foot stoves, blocktin Tea
Puts, Plates. Basins, Tumblers, tec.
JOB WORK dune at the shortest notice.
Jim 2 WILLIAM S. ELLIS.
ON DON P HINTED MUSl.INs, for
WM. H: BURDSALL.
FW1 HE subscribers Itavc this day jiurdiascd tho
-0_ entire stogk of goods belonging to iPllcy,
Baxterff; Fort lit this place, and will conUnuethe
busiriess.at the sahie store oh tho corner of Sec
ond Street and Cotton Avenue,-opposite .Wash
ington llall.' under the fiinr of • * -
S Axsigit, roa® &
They have oil hand a. general assortment of
fresh goods well adapted to the towif and country
trade, which will ho sold at lo'w prices and.on li-
hernl terras, -by tlie yard, piece or package.—
They solicit a continuatiou'of ‘tin patronage of
former customers and-tlie public generally.
THOMAS \V. BAXTER
Robert w. ro rt:-
. .. laird ii. Wiley.
.Macon, July 1. 1.332- J™
Molasses, Sugar, Iron, fyc.
5 Hhds Molasses
L 10 do prime sLcroitTSugnr
2.0. bbls end half bbls eaual Flour
k?5 do. Whiskey 20 do Gin, 15 dp Rum
.10 do Malaga Wine
.10 tons swedes Iron assorted
30 boxes Tobacco (.Virginia)
100 [licccs llomp Ragging - . - * .
500 cotton Bags,. 5^ yards each
} COO-bilsliels AlTin salt Also,
" 1500 bushels Liverpool ground Salt, on board
Lanrar’.s boat No. 1, daily expected, will lie sold
low if taken from -the boat. AH oil good terms,
lur »a!e by HE A te COTTON,
^jmi 29 15 '■ .■,
Spring and Summer Clothing.
Dresses, now patterns;just received and
fur -ale by
khiH as rvi-iret* t-a-1-, power nnd durability
Due of tb •- Presses i-iiuw in use at this office,
Where it may bo seen in I.periitiun.
Letters to the uudersigneil uu the subject, (post
P*i<!) " ill be attended t<». M. BARTLETT.
Auction and Commission Store.
ffl^HF. ririlvseribc.r lias remuved to the new
B RRICK ST OR F. v a djolp hip the J'osi Of
fieo, on Mulberry stract, where he tendi rs Ins ser
y other | vires io the above line. C. A. HIGGINS.
Nov 19 20
T '12 8UB3GaiBSR
' IKES the Io i-t offensive method in Ins
H power, to inform his friends and the public
'h*'h» ii obliged in iliM-ontiuue giving credit.-—
1 in In- ■! bt a • requeued to make payment.
April 21 30 y t JOHN SMITH.
US 1’ landed fro-n Steam Boat Bonnci» of
Blue an.! I*. neer -"I for -ale at the Cash
.Store by Kl ELL st DICKINSON.
30 bbls Irish P. a;ot,
3ri liairs prime n i lofieo
10 idnls prime now crop Orleans Molasses
7 I'lein-s superior Georgia Syrup
Cju-ese, Pilot and Sea Bread tec,
March 12 24
A |k LBS FLAX THREAD, assorted
Till V -colors of a superior quality, just
iveii and fur sale by
Nov27 17 a WAL H. IUJRDSALL.
PIECES 1st and 2d quality of h.-e
vy Hemp Bagging, 1 by the piece or
to suit Pdrcbiisser.s, for salo by
23 C. A. HIGGINS.
Xoaf and Ztnmp Sugar. .
XT BOXES Loaf aud Lump Sugar, just
received aud for sale l>y
4 REA & COTTON.
PTIAHE subscriber is now offering’for
H new and extensive assortment of
Spring and Summer Clothing,
which will bo found to be made in the best and
most fashionable style, included are the follow-
gag. .- ~ - - -i,
Blue; black" nud fancy col sUmny-r cloth Dress
Coats, Frock-Coats and Coattces,
Black bombazine Frock Coats aud Coattccs,
English Merino, rojvan Cassimere, ('ircussian
and f asting Frock Coats and Coattccs,
Black and fancy colored summer cloth, black and
brown Bombasine, Erminet, black Lasting,
"fingliah Merino, rowan Cassiinere, white and
brown Linen Drilling, white Sateen, brown
and French Linen, striped Florentine and
White amt colored Marseiiis, white and colored
. Ynlqutia. black Velvet, black Satin, black
Bombazine, uucut Velvet, aiul.colored Silk
Brown ami white.Linen, white Sateen, Flemish
Linen, Bengal Stripe, Rowan Cassiinere,
English Merino.* and Circassian Round
Youths’ Coats, Jackets, Pantaloons and Vests,
etc. etc. WM. 11. BURDSALL.
FOR rOBXISmN'O-tp TUI. TOWN OF CoLUMBUS, CA- ;
Jl Wcelt'y N’etcsjtaper to be entitled]
To be devoted tu Literature, Politics. Agriculture,
Morals and th<- current hews.
BIT AES . I
g V issuing the Prospectus of a he w paper, it is i
8 .di film it for the Editor to give, in the small I
. price assigned by custom as the proprr limit, e-1
veil a synopsis of his views qua opinions upon
Subjects iu tended to be embraeedir. his proposed
. phhlication. Nor, f iriher tlian the hare mention
! of the general principles by which he will be gov-
! erned, is it, in onr o)>init«i Very necessary that
lie should. Hi ■ publication n.usl undergo the test
! of no'rttsal, nud stand or fail u'jrtni its merits or tie
j merits. This'is the only ground upon which wc
| can with safety base « judgment. . Gcuui.s is of?
• ten frittered atyay into frivolity. Talents is oRea
■| encrusted by the eorrosiau of iudoleure. And I
i the brightest name is not always a sure guaran-1
! tee of the faithful perform atice of an nodi: dicing, j
I Under tlils oonvietiou we iut ml ihnl.ourjrftcds !
i here shall beffew, imirty giving.to the reader ;tn
i outline of onr ile-igu nu<l the u'-^ding features
which shall char.-rteri'/.e our pubficatinh.
\Ve propose in the first place to devote .a con-
siderr-ljf' pnrtioti of this paper to tlie jodite liter
ature ofihe day, nnd for tins purpeoq sbu!l make
apangeinrnts to receive, all tho standard periodi
cals of tlie United States, "with several of ,he best
publications in Europe. The utmost care and
circumspection will be used in making oa> selec-
tions.;,..nn!l although the editor cannot promise' to
bring to his aid' a large share of talents, or an ex
traordinary-taste.-he pledges himself to the exer
cise of an unremitting industry and to the saving
of uo expense, t!iht may teud to make this de
P.ditirs aLo- will engage a portion of the co
lumns of this paper, at b-nstso for as *o give ills
reader a clear view of what is ostensibly trons-
piring_from wrick to week in the political world
nrouiil) him- Behind the scenes the editor does
not expect often to get; and as to'tho •-dirty
ropes and pullies” of intrigue end management,
he has but little tasto for. them, nnd shall meddle
as little with them ; or if he does, it will be mere
ly to drag from concealment the foul work going
on! and oxppse to pubjic gnze nnd execration a
machinery setrin motion nineteen times .out of
twenty lor .the advantage of ihe individual and to
tho injury oftlie.public.
.Wo believe in the orthodoxy rtf State Sove
reignty. and thnr all power which hat not been
expressly imparted to the General Government
by tiro constitution, ha3 bi er; reserved- f 0 the
States or to the pp-Ople. Wo shall be governed
• by tins principle We believe further that power
is continually tending from tho many to the few.
To counteract jtu'-h. tendency, and to keep the
power ia the hands of tlie people—tri thwart
grasping ambition—to foil tvrniinv—and to se
cure the continuance .of- tho Government in the
spirit and practice of .a pure demoer.-ev. shall ev
er be o'ur hottest, however feeble effort. be
lieve that'next to making ono part «f the Union
tributary to another, o'r an abrogation of the con
stitution .altogether, either ltv letter or in nraefNe,
the dissolution of the confederacy weld-! be one
ot the greatest evils wh’ch could hp<VI| our belov
ed eountrv.' We shall therefore endeavor'to in
eulc.ate- n linbiainl reverence for tbo T'ninn. nM
furthelaws of tbo Oonernl Govo r , lr nent eoar*ed
an ’ administered in the spirit of the. constitution.
.pud shall Itfnd-our assistance to frown aoyny eve
ry attempt -to alter our present form of Govern
ment for “ligh r anil transient ronws.” Th" One.
ernmeht'was framed in a spirit of eomre-omise';
anij a spirit of liberality alone can keep if togeth
er. The States hove, hv the o-njrstitnrion. trans
ferred a portion of their sovereignty to the Gener
al Government, and stick sovereignty, sn trans
ferred. should he as strictly guarded, as highly
A'cnerated. nnd as sacredly seenred by them to the
General Goyerqntant. -s tiu-v should b- icatoits
ofeperoachments nnon tl;- 1 sovereignty xvhich they
have reserved to thpm=r*'vpt.
■ One or morc'good stti-lrs on oraeti'-al -ngriepl-
ture-rrill he inserted in earh week’sjmblteatioo of
tlie Mercury, by which wo hope to afford main-
valuable hints nn d suggestions to fh» observant
planter. The best agricultural publications will
be taken to nid us in this department. '
The moral ,,nd relic-inns'reaffey too shall not bo
disappointed in looking into pip- publication.—
AVc-shall devote a enkimn or more of each paper
to theso depnrtrhents. being especially careful to
derive our selections from the purest sources and
avoiding all sectarian polemics.
We shall also devote a portion of our paper to
tho ladies, undortho headhf ‘-The Editor’s Eve
nings.” But we cannot at this time tell otir f-'ir
renders (and we hone to havemnnvof theml how
ro:. Tusouthern pianter
Ttly sister has an Album,
. — (1 mean t-o have one too) —
Iu winch are pretty jiiciures
Aud (cutler L'illet-dpUX3.
iMy sister lias a Tian’ forte,
—(I mean to have one too.)-
On.which she plays divinely,
If all thebcaux say is tree. *
My sister has .a Lover,
4-^I nioau to have one too)—
So!t things he_’s whispering alw-iyk,
Aud wniiSiipod Bcr so.
And when I get iny'pinu’
My album and a heau,
I'll be a little woman,
As surely you may know. .
• j cL!- • -
l'tl put n:jr-l,«tf ia papers.
To make it cnrl and twiiie.
, I’ll ti-e the almond powder
• To have complexion lint.
I’ll dress atop Iff the fashion,
I’ll try to lead the ton,
I’ll read the latest novels.
Aud sometimes play a tune .
I’ll visit all the parties,
Aud dance till break of day.
I’ll be the belle at every one,
Ami-flirt the time away.
I’ll listen to the wise,
And should they get too saucy,
111 kill them with my eyes.
I’ll walk out in the evening,
.lust as the sun goes .town,
xrtien an <u fiords look beautiful,
Aid every flower is mom...
I’ll.talk about thn moonshine,
Aucl iisten to the birds; - .
I’ll listen to my lover—
But shan't believe his words 1
Oh, I wish I had an Album,
A Piano anil a bent),
I then would make a figure,
A conquest and a show.
.Liberty, Talbot* Co. 20th April, l'3ff
To ihe Editor off the Southern Planter :
Dear Fir—An impression seems to prevail tha 1
those valuable grasses grown by the Northern lar-
ni rs,-will not succeed in Georgia; from the few
experiments which I have inade, I feel well assu
red, that if is ail erroneous idea, aud that the up
per and middle regions of onr .State afford ;t s,ri
and climate as congenial to the growth of the dif
ferent varieties of grass as any portion of the l -
I have a small lot of Egyptian gras? .ypon
which my hroOd mares and colls have wintered.
They were taken off the first of March,- it: ;ow
growing ir.Q^P-Iuxuriantly and in a few weeks
will do to cut, making an excellent hay, this grass
is a perennial and difficult to destroy, as stock aro
"not very fond of it: fh&y don’t 1 grnze-it so close ns
to prevent- its growth. But tho most valuaM-'
article to which*we can direct cur attention for
the improvement of our 'pastures, pur land an 1
our stock, is iu rny concc-pli n the red clover. It
gro'ws finely on'our stiff inulalto .laud, and might
lie made a profitable aud'eertafn crop if sowed at
the proper time. • Our sumuiers are so Ibpg arid
hot, and frequently diy. that unless vrf otatnm of
this description is well rooted it gi-:s parched up,
to gt ard against this evil we should son in nil- -
tu mo, stiy-first September, and l-efere tiic warm
weather s ds-in it will have taken such deep root .
as not to be affected ■iu.^the slightest lU-gree, I
h ;ve iho red clover in my garden sufficient!y mil
for cutting, and would no doubt afford tlie second-
cutting by the first day: of.June. Nothing upon
which the cow feeds seems to produce to groat
an influence upon thc qunlityof the milk and but-*
terns clover, it imparts a ririmess and flavor al
together superior to that obtained from cows that
graze on poor spontaneous herbs; and it is said
that one acre well set with clover, will keep half
a dozen viilc’t cows. Ikiiow of ppihing that would
y : eld so great a profit. Should these crude sag
gesiipns be deemed wartft your care,'give them u
[>!acc ia your valuable p i per.
Your bb’t. sc-rVi.
' NOHBOJtNE B. POWELL.
we shall fill tip this department, fnriticr than to
snv it shall he chaste and lively. like their pretty
selves, untainted • _ A - -i
“Bv one immoral, one rorriin'ed tlioucht.
One line whirii. dvine, we ni'ghr wish-roblot.”
Tn addition to ihnse g'meral divisions, the paper-
will contain a eon'deiisedffaeeoimt,of i!ie currrin
news of tho week, hotb for-ricn airldomastir; the ^ . -
oricP3 current; the arrivals and departures of j uti-Derby of heisoll, J-. Iut <tct o a*.!y-oti <i
cteamhots at and from Columbus, with the names j string from his pocket to mehsare a |)a;r cattle
of the eonsigmws: well written 'cnaunanications, | lie was about to purchase pulled out his pocket
marriages, and deaths, iter • .^edwr with such 1 j)o»k unconenJutly*,'containin'.; $t61 in hank bills-,
advertisements as bis kaends mat !-.e pleased to | Tjie pocket hook was soon after seized hv U
favor the editor with, and such remarks as he may vcar ]in'g bull, and before it could be extricated
A-Hull story.—One day last
fronrf week to week think prope r to a
the editorial bead.
-TJiis paper will be published on a sbpet of the
ifirgest size, with good lype, at.three dollars per
annum .payable in ailvanee. or for.r dollars pava-
hlo at the end of the vear. The first paper to'be
i-sued abont’the first of July next.
Ady'neri<bri subscribing for this paper before
Its publication, and lie birr, dissa.i-fied afterwards,
may , by signifying the same to tlie editor within
one ineiiih after the pidilieatinn or tho first iinin
her, have liis name struck off the list without ;
charge, and any other-person may at any times j
discontinue h;s subscription, by paring up at tlie :
above rates for the time h« may have recervod the i
was pretty well masticated and swallowed.
Y the month, or until Chr’^mas, a good
Columlws, March 2J! i ?
it tlm usual rates.
FROM the subscriber on the.lth
inst. at Perry, a small black or duo
colored IlORSE,*h::d on wln.u he
yretu away a small bell, was .-bod nil
round : h a blazo face ; i- quick and lively. A
reward of TEN DOLLARS and all reasonable
expenses will ho paid to any person that will de
liver the horse to John Chain, Esq. in Perry, «rto
_ w Judge M'Ponnld iu Maeo<). Th» last that w;is
avvyor nnd rough carpenter^ aj'plj at this ; heard of tho horse, he w ;is above Macon, endeav
oring to cross the river. IIU'iV ELj. COBB.
Ilou-tcra county, April 11, 1833. :ltt
Tho Mai on Messenger and Federal Union will
please insert this twice.
SSentlemor.’s Srab Boaver Saa ts,
O F the latest style, just received and for sale
hv U AL 11. BURDdALL,.
March' 20 27
The Dahlia,—Which now competes with
the finest flowers of (he garden’, was first in
troduced into Spain from .Mexico, i:i 1787. In
1802, - three, specimens reached Paris, and
weie cultivated in the house, ar.d only propa
gated by ser-d. -It was subsequently iiitroduccd
into England. Its flower was originally single,
Tim double and inconcciveablc variety winch
now grace onr borders, are principally the
result of the gardener’s s'-ill. The fcnest now
vari: tit's now sell in England as high as 7s.
and 10s. sterling a plant or root, in such esti
mation are they held by florists;—-Gin l etr.
i u i a jl
FORSAU Al A>,,aOiFrCE.
Fixiraordinary Product.—Tf is a fact th n
may bo provt-d by reference to Messrs. J. &. C.
Lawton Merchants, Charleston, that Col.
Dununett, of'Tomoka, Florida, manufactured
From one acre of cane, four Hogsheads of Su
gar, averaging more than 1000 lbs. to the hogs
head, worth f)A cents,. This is an extraordi
nary product, and may stagger those who are
unacquainted with the superior capacities of
the Florida soil; but the incredulous may bfc,
satisfied upon proper application.
The prospects of Florida are brightening**
and many capitalists afe looking out for set-*
tlemcms. Col. Dummett’s crop of »agar will
| be near 100 hogsheads, and bears a mud) bet-
| ter price iri market thaw the fcooishma sugar*
f —S' lorida fif^edd