■ ■ -
Terras of Subscription
T.trKE i)ou.Ai\*,paidi» ad ranee, will pay for the pa-
1 '' nr Pivf. Do.-i.AR*, paid tn a Menace, trill pay
Inner two year*. Tr.s Doli.ars paidin advance
%S£r*'pr r M c9rnri -
' * « p iu1
R5 \ paid within sis months after the year has
Three Dollars anil Fifty Cents per annum
"‘The ckar"fd. If * ul V aui lm,il *** enli °f t!,e 9 u,r <
fasr Dollars per annum trill be charged—with interest
rA<* V •• 'p ( .,. nis of AdTertMiiK.
11 mtistmrnls urt exceeding one hundred wards, half
ini..- or lirclrc brevier liars, trill, be inserted one time
* 'jdlar. Ilhrit marc than one insertion is ‘pern,
for theft rst, and 50 rents for each continuance.
"j.rsAich a deduction of one fourth trill he made,when
Collectors’ and Coroners’ Sates are char-
'\\!!r!s Idrrrtisrrs trill be allowed tiro sanarcsincach
Jr fJr Twenty Didlnrs per annum; and in the same
££ (or a larger spare—payable quarterly.
™ *yt c rotates of our lmsntcss,a nd the slate of the limes
r’lisite, th-d these' terms should he rigidly adhered to.
! J. aODDAED,
i factor <U. Commission Merchant
MACOIf, GA. .
J ILL keep his office at tlib Counting room for-'
meriy occupied by J. (I. & Co. where lie
Of the Late Firm oj Russell $,• Dickinson.
o.r conxEn or tuirii ash juldsurv stkukts.
'8*1- undersigned have associated lvirlitiieinsclrcs
JL ill tlirs above business Messrs. Robert IV. Fort
"id Laird H. Wiley, aad will henceforth conduct said
.usiiiess under the name and style of Hamilton, Hayes
v Co. ^ They will occupy the same extensive and se
cure Ware House, situated near the river and will ex-
,'etid to tlieir friends and patrons the same facilities in
•'iisiness that they have hitherto done, and promise
in equal degree of attention to the interest of those
who may favor them with their business. They
respectfully tender to their former friends and pat
rons tlieir grateful thunks for past favors and solicit
for the new concern a continuation of the same.
JNO. I£. HAYES.
July 23d. 4 fim
H AS Just received from New-A’ork and Los loll
and is now opening a very large and geueral as-
WASHINGTON If ALL.
Hs?? -1 1 IF Subscribers have taken that com-
STON F.. WASH BURN A Co. t -. ,
L BALDWIN A Co. JSawunaJi
BOVCE, HENRY A WALTER } Charles
JNO. FRASIER A Co. < ton,
JAMES HAMILTON A SON \ v v .
NORTH, MANNING A HOYT, J ‘ vlork
oct. 8 15
[NEW YORK & DARIEN
L ine of Packets.
ffbr BRIG Amelia Strong, J. Chnce, Master,
ili?. I'rciuiinn, Mr. Matthews, “
new “ Darien, C. P. Buckley, “
■ J ■*c, •• “ Maron, A. Bilibins, “
D. B. Crane, T. Baker, "
.Ml road and substantial vessels, well calculated for the
tni:e,»’it!< good accommodations for passengers, and
tinirirured commanders. One of the vessel* will al-
K !.« .at each endofthe Line to receive freight, and
: ;,, :u hr!y once a week. Shippers by this line
: s’, •! i ismauce at five eighths per cent, and they
• mv upon the vessels being regularly despatched.
; .»• -utiscriber* are also agenufor several Steamboat*
• regularly during the boating season between
ji n-j’i. Hawkiiisville, and Macon, and are induced to
>lirv* that they can give great facilities in forwarding
-, A dfctincdibrthe interior of the State.
3 HAWES A MITCHELL, Agents.
Deri's. 1st July, 1835 3
pioneer Steam JBou- -
3 n i?SESJSSS,
THE siihscrihcr begs leave to in-
H form his friends and the public, that ho
continues the above business in pH its
branches, at his 1 Id stand, (head of
Cherry street and Cotton Avenue,)
where he oilers all the usual facilities in business, by
making liberal advances 011 produce stored with him,
or on shipments to his friends in Savannah, Charles
ton, aud New York. The situation of his Ware Hou
ses and close storage, as to convenience and safety, are
nor surpassed by any in the city. Should addi
tional security be required, insurance can he effected at
n very low rate. The Subscriber's undivided attention
will lie devoted to the above business; he therefore
hopes to receive a portion of public patronage.
Mnoon, Juno.-J&M JAS. C. MORGAN.
F OR transportation to and from Macon, is now in
complete order. A superior new Steam Boat
called "David Crockett” with two powerful Engines,
anJ several first rate freight boats have been built since
the close of the last season and placed on the line.
Stem Boat Pioneer, Copt. Gootltoin,
" “ Dacitl Crockett, “ M’Cormick,
will ply regularly between Darien and Macon, one of
sheiii leaving Darien about once u week with freight
boats in tow.
Steam Boat SHARiESTOBT,
will run constantly hetween Darien and Savannah,
u.l Hurd the greatest despatch to Cotton.
The subscriber's whole attention is devoted to fucili-
icing transportation between Macon and the Sea
lVrK He hits invested a large sum to put his line in
lh» most complete order, aud believes that his arrange-
twit* for giving despatch to freight and keeping it in
pnxl order, while in his care, will make it the interest
«fCuton Shippers and Merchants ordering goods, to
wrtintte their favors.
At Darien ho has secure and convenient Warehouses
b: reception of Goods, and his
Wharves there are covered
rich enables hid to keep all Cotton shipped on his
Fails under shelter and protected from the weather,
ri.ile landed for reshipnient.
JAMES R BUTTS
Ilot.cousr, Pick A Co.,
E. P. Butts,
J T. Rowr.A.vr*,
l). B. Halstead,
Har m. Nov. 13, 1331—22
WARE S O tT S E
HE undersigned have entered into a co-partncr- j
ship for the transaction of the above business. ‘
l»'tr firt-vU Itiietiiogfi itrtll hn ntiilny ihn
The Dry Goods business will bo conducted under the
name aiid style of Fort, Hamilton & Wiley and
will bo managed and directed by R. W. Fort Si L. II.
Wiley, The Ware House lie, Commission Business,
under the name and style of Hamilton, Ilaycs A Co.
and will he managed and conducted a* hitherto by E.
Hamilton and John R. Hayes—The undersigned re
spectfully solicit for each establishment a share of pub
JIOBT. W. FORT.
L. IF WILEY.
JNO. R. IIAYK3.
.1Inceni Steam Haul Company.
Steamboat SUPERIOR, Capt. George Willcox
do. EXCEL, •* J. L. Willcox.
T lli.S company have now tlieir liue of Boats in
complete order for freighting. They have a
* w steamboat added to their line called the Superior,
•ml ten Tow-Boat.-.
flt t Boats will run regularly between Macon and
[brieji, otie of the steamboat* leaving Darien every
" r fir days with tow-boat?. The company have
iii'v siticiti, tow-boat*, all firstrute boats,built e’xpress-
•J f" r die navigation of the Ocmiilgee and Altaraalia
m.v.; these increased facilities will enable the eom-
?'•">' dm means of giving the greatest despatch to
0 ;’," n nr finals shipped by tlieir line.
Iiicv have a Steamboat and a number of Sloops,
tocarry cotton anil merchandise between Darien and
t'l'annah. and Darien and Charleston. There are
*•■0, five first rate Packets running regularly between
Ihn.'n and New York, which come to Hawes &.
'Iitchel, of Darien.
Agents for the ahore Boats :
I J. GODDARD, Macon.
I ™vce, llr.sRr A AValtkh. Charleston.
I J- Baldwin A Co. Savannah,
I IUiva« A Mitchkix, Darien.
I ’• K. Roberts, Hawkiiuvillc,
"laron, 24th Dec., 1835. 2S
ryi HE uuderaigned bernleavo toinform his friend* A
JL public generally, Uiat he will continue the above
business in aii its various I;ranches at the old stand for
merly occupied by Bennett & Carter in East Macon.
wi>»re he offers a!' the usual facilities in business by
making liberal advances on produce stored with him,
or on shipments to hisfrietidsin Saraiinah.|Charleston,
or New York. His Ware Houses are conveniently sit
uated near the river, aud remote from other buildings
which renders them quite secure from danger by fire.
Insnranrc can bo effected at lowest rates if required.
The undersigned will give his whole attention to the
above business and hopes to receive a portion of pub
lic patronage. A General assortment of Groceries
will be constantly kept on hand and sold at the lowest
prices. .. If. K. CARTER,
sept. 9 11
Ocmntgee Steam itoat €’o ty.anrj.
'll Ills company will be prepared to commence bu-
* sines?, early in the next season—They w ill have
iiV! of Packets between New York, and Darien and
vessel* to forward goods from Darien to .Macon
-lacagents in New York, Charleston, and Savannah,
** l« authorised to contract for the delivery of goods
13 '1 von, at a freight agreed on without intermedi-
jkfkuge and the agent in Macon will receive cotton
•F* ! 'crub!e in Savannah, Charleston, and New York—
^' I'Onniany’s vessels aad boats, will he of first class
'•’liexperienced commanders, and no expense will he
T-Vcd to meet the patronage of the public.
HI. R. YONGE A SONS, Agents in Darien
®?v27ib 1835. 40
At Uarien, Ga.
Mir. undersigned have resunied business as a-
• fio'e, and will ns heretofore pay prompt atten-
" n to all business entrusted to their care. Wo believe
'‘■have made arrangements that will enable ns at all
,0 for.vanl goods for the interior with the least
rouble delay, by steamboats when the river will ad-
•• or 111 extreme low river by small flats or lighters,
' * '*l>re«ly for that business. On our wharves
. ■**-' Storehouses, calculated for the storing of cot*
| r a _ iM! possible expense, and our op])onunities
] , 'Wwaid cotton inland or coastwise, are not exceed-
v a *i) other House.
n HAWES A MITCHELL.
,f'-‘ ii. May 20,13:15. in
Ui I'\CY AND ( OMMISSIO.N
co fmnzssioN busintess.
£ 1 corge Jewett Aco. respectfully inform their
friends and the public generally, that they have
added the Ware House and Commission Business to
that heretofore conducted by them. Their Ware
House is conveniently situated on second street, near-
1 Jv adjoining their stored All cotton consigned to them,
either bv the planters or dealers in the article, or or
ders to sell or buy in this market, will be promptly
They have also a couvetntjnt close storage house
for the reception of merchandize from the country ;
the receiving land forwarding of which, will receive
a particular snare of tlieir attention. Liberal advan
ces will be nude on cotton stored, or on shipments to
anv market, when desired.
They also have 011 hand, aud expect shortly to rc-
ecive a large anil general assortment of
Such as St. Croix and Portoricn.fc Ilavnnnasngars,
Cuba. Rio and Java coffee. Liverpool salt,
Swedes Iron, Nails, Brails, cast, German aud blister
steel, . ... ,
Heavy hemp Bagging, Bagging twine twilled sack
Negroes cloths, shoes, hats, caps, claoks,
Powder, shot, and lead, saddles and bridles,
•Sets Blacksmith tools, castings. Hardware,
Calicoes, Flannels, Blankets, Wax Calf skins. &c.
Which they will sell on as good terms as can he had
in this market.
■Sept 10 H
WJI. II. BUItDSAIili,
\S Just received a new and extensive as
IlXJAjDTsf I&ABE C.TsOTXIISffG,
HATS, SHOES, Sfc.
which ho isoTcriug for sale at reduced prices
For Cash Only.
HIS STOCK COSSISTS, ir: pakt, ok the kom-owixg:
Super Saxony, Blue, Black and Faucy Colored
Blue. Black, Mixed and Fancy colored Satinctts
Du file. Point and Rose Biiykets
Scarlet, Crimson. Green end White Flannels
Printed Salisbury do
Canton and Saxony slid Cuu/.o do
Damask Table Dtajiers
Birds Eye aud Russia do
Black, Blue and coloured Boinbazettcs
do do do Circassians
! Bleached and Unbleached Shii tings & Sheetings
Black Italian Lustring
do Grodde Swiss
do do Naples
do do Berlin
do Siuchcws aud Sarsaucts
Colored Gros do Naples
Black and colored Florences
do Iialiau Crapes
Meritur Mantles aud Square Shawis
Commou, Thibet wool. Valentin, Silk Damask
and twisted Silk Shawls
Hcrunui, Muslin. Crape, Gauzcacu Cr<* de Na
ples Dress Hdkfs
Ladies nail Misses Bonnets
Irish Linens and Lawns
Cottou Cnsshners Beaver Fmtiaus
English Moleskin Apron and Furniture Cheeks
Domestic Piaids and Stripes Bed Ticks
FloorCloth Baize Green Frieze Cloth
Furniture Dimity Russia ShcctiugBoar Duck
Cambric do Bleached Dowlas? Quuaburglis
Bangup Cord Cotton Yarn
Cottou, Worsted and Lambs wool Hosiery
Black and colored Cambrics
Satin and Gauze Garnitures
Bik aud col’d Lustring Ribbons
Dark aud light col’d Prints aud Ginghams
Lace and Gauze Veils
Fig’dand plain Bolduct Lace
Cambric, Saxony, Swiss, Mali, Nausook and
I ineu Cambric Hdkfs
Pongee, Indian Flag and Spittlciicid Ildkfs
Carved .and plain Shell Combs
Gentlemens English Buck, Beaver and Goat
Ladies Beaver, Goat skin and Silk Gloves
Superfine blue, black, invisible green, Adelaid, olive
brown and green Broadcloth Dress Coats,
•Superfine blue, blade, brown and green Cloth Frock
Superfine blue, olive, green and mix’d Cloth Coattccs,
aud blue, steel mix’d aud fancy colored Sattiuet
Coattces and Frock Coats,
Super, blue, black, invisible green, drab, browu, olive,
and green Cloth Pantaloons,
Blue, black and faucy colored Sattinet Pantaloons,
Youth’s cloth aud satlinct Dress and Frock Coats,
do do do Pantaloons,
Black and blue Cassimcre, black aud colored Velvet,
black Florintinu. black Bombazine, dark and light
colored Valeutia, English Silk, colored and white
Merscillcs Toilinet, Swansdown and Sattinct Vests
Camlet Cloaks and Great Coats,
Mixed, brown Cloth & Patersham Box Coats.
Lyon Skin Overcoats,
I tuc Linen Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Socks, Ac-
Men’s A Youth’s Fur Hats,
do. do. Wool. do.
do. do. Cloth. Sea! A Hair Caps,
Fine Boots & Shoes—Negro Shoes, Ac. A-c.
Oct. 15. 17
Flannels—Red, White, Green, and Yellow,
Green Baize, and Drugget.
Satinets—A Complete assortment of Various qnal
itics and colours.
Bombazines—Bombazetts and Circassians.
Prints—French, English, and American (latest pat
erns.) jjl •
Muslins—French, striped, plaid and plain Cambric,
aud Jackonett Muslins,
do Swiss, Figured, and plain.
Ginghams—Small and large plaid and stripe, Varic
ty of patents.
Silks—Italian, Grade Swiss, Gro de Nap, Polt de
do Lustrings, seushews, saraanets, and Florences,
Also, a few patents of Figured, (new style.)
Chhllys—Black, and Figured.
Linens—1-lths Irish a hue selection (and cheap.)
do 5-4tiis Mieeting.
do G & 8-4ths Table,
Handkerchief?—A fine selection of Ladies Fancy,
Consisting of Cbally Thibet, Mosaic Cause, Herman,
Satin, Bagdad aud Black Love,—Also, Ladies linen
Cambric, and Long Lawn, Gentlemens Pongee, 6’pit-
ticficld Bandanna and Flag.
Hosiery—Ladies plain and Clocked Cotton, plain
aud Ribbed, Worsted, plain and Ribbed, White and
Black silk—Also, Gentlemens Lamb’s Wool, Cotton
and Silk, half, White and mixed.
Ribbons—Black White and Colored Taffetas, Gaitsc
Laces—Wide Boinct Footing, Cambric Inserting
and Edging, Thread Inserting and Edging, Blonds
Edging, Worsted do.
Bonnets—Tuscan Gimp, Straw and Silk.
Marseilles Guilts—Superior article and cheap.
Domestics—Bleached and Hiibleached shirtings,
do "do Sheetings.
7-S cotton Oznaburgs.
col’d do do (suitable for negroes’ clothing.)
3-1 and 7-S Plaid Ginghams.
Tickings—Delaware, Hudson, Dorchester, and
Amoskeng, together with a large assortment Of Ladies
and Gentlemans Cloaks Umbrellas, Parasols, Hats,
Also a large slock of Groceries, viz’.
BAGS’ Coffee Portorico Java Lngnira
Olfu and St Domingo.
50 hhds. Sugar S’t. Croix Portorico and N. Orleans.
6 Boxes Lump do.
, 8 do Brown and White Havanna, do.
18 JIhds New Orleans Molasses.
lOOBbl? N. E. Rum.
7fi do. Whiskey.
100 Jo Gin.
Pipes Cog Brandy, Jamaicai and St. Croix Rnm,
and Holland Gin.
Bbls Cieily Madeira. Port, Lisbon, Marseilles,
Mns- at aud Sweet Wines
Salmon Fish, No. 1
Mackerel, do. 3
Herring, do. (in Boxes),
sept 10 12
T.te .Wacon Clothing Store J
ST removed 10 the store lately occupied by .Messrs
J. Myrick, Napier A Freeman, next to MrWui b
Johnson’s Jewelry -tore, where may he found a good
ClolMug, Mats, Moots. Stiocs anti
i’alley Articles- con-i-ittg in part of
Fine hbte, black, hrotvu, green, otive mixt and silvt . 1. . • ^ ——
grey Frock Coats | »«» a gmi-r:il patrepnge Iro
Fine blue, black, brown, green, claret and olive Bros.-
Brown, green, tuixt and Silver grey Coatees
Super drab mixt hrowuatid green Over Coals
Petersham over-und Hunting Coats—Ladies’ Cloaks
Gentlemen's cambist Cloaks, mole-skin Huntingcoat.-
Safinet and bcaverteen round Jackets, I'aiirulqons
aud Vests of almost every description .
Cotton a mi woollen nett Shirts and Drawers, Flan
nel, Canton Flannel, plain and twilled Cotton Draw
ers. Linen aud Cotton Shirts, Flannel Shirts, Collars,
Bosoms, Gloves, Hosiery. Russian Beits, Black Ital
ian and white Cravats, Cottou. worsted and Gum El
astic suspenders, a great variety of Stocks, Umbrella?
Cloth, Fur. and Ilair Seal-skin Caps.
30 eases Hats, Fine Boots tnd shoes, Tudia Rubber
Shoes, Ladies India Rubber shoes. Also
Fine blue, black, invisible green, and Royal piilple
Cloths, Buff Cassimere, Tailor’s Trimmings, Milita
ry Trimmings, Ac. Ac., ail of which will be sold of
reduced prices for cash.
.Macon oct. 22, 21 HORACE FITCH.
niodiims and well known public house in
the City of Macon,—tne II oMrsgtvn Halt.
lately occupied bv Mr. M. D. llttson.—
By (lie unremitting attention of belli of
| them, they flatter themselves that their Non e wiiiob-
. _ 111 the Public.—
They have secured the valuable services of a 1 .ady, >
whose reputation ns a manager of a'public house, is
inferior to no one in the State. VI
Their tables will be furnished with the best the conn-
trv affords, aud their bar with the choicest liquors.
The Slablcsare attended by careful and experienced
Ostlers. ML ST IAN &. .MOTT.
Feb 5 1835 30
O’ Having sold my interest in the Washington Hall
to Messrs. Mustum A Mott, I earnestly solicit for them
if continuance of the patronage which wax extended
to me, whilst proprietor of the establishment.
Macon, feb 5 3G M. D. 1IU50N.
F. S\ LEWIS,
AS tuken tho stand a few doors above the Clo-
tliing Store of Mr. L. Fitch, on Mulberry
street where he continues to carry- on the Tailoring
business. He assures all those who may favor Lint
with their custom, that their work will bt uone at the
shortest notice, and in the best manner.
He has on hand a supply of the best materials in his
liue. consisting of
Blue, Black, royal Brown, Claret, Raven, Green,
CASSIMERES,—A pooa assortment.
A good variety of the best quality.
Petersham, and u complete assortment of
TAIL OIVS TRIMMINGS.
lie respectfully solicits a share of the public pai
Macqu, Oct 30 1834—24y
J U8T received and for sale by
J. H. A W. S. ELLIS,
Huffman’s Anodyne LiquorBalstun Capivt,
Lenitive Electuary, Do Canada,
Conserve iloses, Soda Powders,
Opium, Saratoga do
Sulphate Quinine, Scidlitz do
Camphnt, Lemon Syrup,
Castor Oil tfresii and supe-Best Starch,
of Slew Goods,
M AS taken store one door from the Post Office,
lately occupied by Messrs. Lippilt A Higgins,
and has just received.
200 Packages shoes of every description.
40 do .Men’s and boys Boots,
StlO Pair of India Rubber slices,
. 8- Bales of8-4 A 10-p Blankets.
1 do brown horse blankets,
2 do Rose8J to 12^ Jo,
1 do Bed Tick.
50 doz. yarn j hoes,
20 do silk cotton & worsted do,
Pearlash, Ac. Ac.
2 Bales grey wool kersey,
3 do Blua A Mixed CaesLactt,
6 do Negro cloth,
5 do white and red Plannel,
20 do white & brown shirting & sheeting cotton,
Sweet do do
Medical Ilerhs, Sec.
Poplar Bar!;, Gum Gamboge,
African Pepper, Foxglove,
Bayberry Bark, . Elder Flowers,
Lobelia Inilata, - Skunk Cabbage
Uva Ursi, Gentian,
j Scncka, Horehottnd,
; Lobelia Seed, Sage,
; Scrpentiiria, Boncset.
! Gnm Mvri-h,,
i Macon, i’eh 11 1835 31
Clinton* Cfones County, ^.a«
FF-VlilO Subscribers (late proprietors of the
S. Clinlot) Hold,) ‘ender our thanks to our
frit inis nutl patrons for past encouragement, and
respectfully beg leave to announce to the public,
that wc have remove:! to the coniuiodious House
known as the jJ&Ut-V - - ,••' ■’ -■ r $
situated in the business part of the town, atid
fronting the Court-1 louse.
Having leased this stand fer several years,
with the intention of renewing the lease or of pur
chasing the property, we consider ourselves per
manently located, and shall continue to improve
our accomodations as the comfort of customers
Our House is now open for the reception of
Travellers or Boarders. \\ e shall at ail times
endeavor to keep such a House, as will ensure
public patronage ; and we hope to afford such ac
commodations as will prove satisfactory to those
who call 011 us.
The usual great promises of good TABLES,
I5ARS, '&c. we think unnecessary to pniiirnlar-
ize.—Good Lots and other conveniences for Dro
vers, readily furnished
WOOD & WE EKES.
January 20, 1834 10 if
c’j: w!?oy!s .^cinuftshirlrg - Co,
MYRICK, NAPIER A FREEMAN
AVE received a supply of Cloths fcwl Yarns
from thy above Manufactory, of superior fab-
rick which they offer to Merchants and Planters at the
Factory prices. Macon Sep 3 1835. 10
Tin Ware Manufacturer.
MULBERRY, NEAR TMIUn STREET.
FjJlHE subscriber continues to manufacture
JL TIN WARE iu every variety, and has
uow on hand a general assortment, which lie will
sell wholesale or retail at the .Savannah or Augus
He lias also just received an assortment of J;i
pauued Tin Ware, consisting of Trttuks, sugar
Boxes, Waiters. Bread pans, (.'auisters. sugar
Bowls, Milk cups, Tumblers, Pepper boxes, Gra
ters, Toy cups. Rattles, candlesticks, Lamps, spit
Boxes, sand Boxes, Pocket Lanterns, Ate. Ac.
Also, patent Bakers, Foot stoves, blocktin Tea
Pots, Plates, Basins, Tumblers, Ac.
JOB WORK done at the shortest notice,
iaix 2 WILLIAM S. Ki.LIvS.
TTjxAVID B. BUTLER ESQ. is my professional
jIJr agent at all times when I am absent from Macon.
.Mr. Bader wifi be found at the M. A F. Ins. Bank.
April l-ly-41 KDW. D. TRACY
^ T the store formerly occupied by J. Abrahams &co.
A on Cotton avenue and next door to Patrick &
Martin on ltd st has now on hand a very select and
choice assortment of Dry Goods Ac. entirely fresh and
for sale at reduced prices also
50 hhd-s prime sugars.
20 N. O. molasses.
150 Bags coffee.
120 bids N. E. Ruin
Cog Brandy, H. Gin. J. Rum, Malaga, Madeira,
I HE subscriber having made arrangements with
T somcofthc most extensive Carriage Manufac
tories in die nodicru cities, will have on hand, and be
coustandy receiving, the coming season, an extensive
and vehicles of all descriptions, which will bo of the
be?t workmanship and materials, and which will be
sold on os good terras as can be purchased in any city
in the Sondicrn country. Also, an extensive assort
and every other article appertaining to nurline ofbitsi
5 cases silk umbrellas,
2 do gingham do,
2- do striped Sattincts..
2 do plum mixed do,
12 do fancy calicoes,
2 do cassimers assorted
1 do buckskin,
J80 boxes Spanish cigars,
6 doz. curried calf skins,
3 do white sheep skins,
25 bags old Java Coffee,
40 quarter boxes ofbunch Raisins,
I ]0 drums ol suitanna do without seeds,
Ladies cashmere, merino A worsted hose,
Fino kid, Beaver, castor and woolen gloves,
6-4th & 8-4th Linen Table covers.
Velvet vesting, cotton IWk/’s.
Flag silk Hdkfs, Corah do
Fancy plaid cravats, Ac. Ac.
Water Proof, India Rubber goods, consisting of
Travellings Bags Buskins, Monkey Jackets, wrap
pers, Surtouts. Coats pantaloons, Stagemeus Capes,
Caps, Air Cushions, and Pillows, Water bot'lcs, Gun
Cases; Lilb preservers, Ladies Aprons Ac. Ac.
Travellers and Sportmen will find a convenience
from the use of the Rubber good?, as they are warranted
The above will be sold by piece or package on the
most reasonable terms.
Macon. Oct 27.2m 18
ness. Persons wishing to purchase would do well to
Marsaillcs, Port and Lisbon Wines, Noycan . pepper-
mint, Cinnamon, Rose, and Life of man cordial?, (.i-
gvs, snuff, tobacco, lump sugar, powder, tea, choc
olate. pepper, spice, indigo, salaeratus, ginger, starch,
soap, lamp oil, pickled pork, prime bagging, salt, cas
tings, &c. Ac.
Macon Sept 22d. 13
45 dots. Gentleman?s Mads,
T,10U sale verv cheap. The subscriber desirous of
Jr disposing of his eatire stock of HATS, will sell
them at rtry reduced prices, and many of them at the
F.-r ,S ^v C ?r’ tth ' ?tn '' 1,mfaCt °WM H BURDSAI.L.
r IN DARIEN.
■ ur. undersigned returns bis thanks tn his friends
'•>r the liberal support which he has heretofore
'bow >n the above line of business, and
,,i!' 1 unninuance of tlieir patronage. His arrange-
; n , . or conducting business, and pariicsdariy in gi-
len'K “Wri* in ri ieiving and forwarding produce A
ie 11L M •’ la< ^ protecting them while in Ills charge,
equal to tho«e of any others in his line. He ^
- j P cn 'l 'he summer in and in the vicinity of Darien, j
iail«’ V j i*>**o addres-od to him will receive hi.? per
hnH'ir rr >mpt attention.
P* & 1835-53 JOHN T. ROWLAND.
4 CASES of rich ocolour London 1 rints
800 Pieces American Calicoes warranted
Frost colour.?, whieh will be job’d off by the
Piece or Cnse, ns low ae New ^ °rk . ,
Aiso, M Pieces of fino 7-3 and 4-4 white Flannels.
0 do fire and common red do
18 Pieces best super ^^"^XwHALL.
Nov. 19*. 21
Next door to ihc Postofiicc.
^lOMlC Almanack#, and Deers A Imanaclu* for sale
by . J. II A W. 8- ELLIS,
sept 10 IT
give us a call.
WRIGLF.Y A HART.
Opposite corner from Washington Hall.
-g Kegs White Lead,
1 150 Galls, Linseed Oil,
do Whale do
do Lamp do
do Spirits Turpentine,
Copal Varnish, Furniture Varnish,
Litharge, Chrome Yellow. Chrome Green.
Umber, Ivory Black, Prussian Blue,
Vermillion, India Red, Pans Green.
Venfistis, Sinalts all colours White Frosting,
Venetian Red, Spanish Brown,
Red I-end. Yellow Ocre, Whiting, Glue,
and Gold Leaf-Just received and for tdao by
nov. 5th 1835. 19 CH ARLES CAMPBELL.
Fire proof Buildings, corner of Mulberry and Second
T HE Insurance Bank of Columbus, will insure
Cotton on the River, and also take a few risks
igainstFire in thiirity. Apply to
Msoon, Oct. 57, 1BJM, 19
CROCK K R Y,
China and Glass Ware*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
T HE Subscribers take this method of inorming
the public, that they have recently purchased
the stock of CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASS
WARE formerly owned by P. B. TAYLOR A UO.
and have taken the store heretofore occupied by them,
oppo-ite Messrs. Stoval, Simmons A Co’s \\ arehouse,
Broad-street, Augusta—where they intend keeping
constantly 011 hand, a large A extensive assortment ol
Crockery* China and Glass,
Which they offer for sale on the most advaii’ igeous
terms to Merchant? from the Country and ether?.
Being connected with a large importing house in
Boston, and otie of the partner? residing in I ngland
for the purpose of making the bestselectiou of Good.?,
they feel confident that they can furnish WARE on
terms equally advantageous with any other market in
the United Slates.
Purchasers are respectfully invited to call and ex
amino our assortment. _
WILLIAM WOODBURY A CO.
Sept. 22 14 4m
I i\1£VV URL Ix STORE.
SJR, 22. LOOMIS
ITAB just received a large assortment of DRUGS
: I I A MEDICINES, at the Store one door below
I W.4J. Johnston’s Jewei.rv, which lie will sell at mo
• derate prices; among which are
White Lead, Red Lead, Black Lead, Litharge, Vcrdi-
gris, Chromic Green, Chromic Fellow, Spanish Brown,
: Yellow Ochre, Stone Ochre, Umber, Venetian Red,
; Lampblack, llosepink, Terra de Sienna, Vermillion.
( Prussian Bine, Osborn’s water colours.
1 Linseed, Spent. Whale, ami Traiu Oils, and Spts.
Turpentine, Copal, Japan, Coach, Leather, A Picture
Flesh, Ilair. Hat "raining, Varnish, Furniture, Toolli.
Paint, Nail, Com Shoe, Scrubbing, Sweeping, Dus
ting, Velvet, Whitewash, Clothes, Horse, and Velvet
Cologne, Rost Honey, Florida, Lavender, A Orange
Flower Wate.. Aromatic Vinegar, Bears’ Oil, Antique
Oil, Chlorine Toolli Wash, Cream Soap and other
Sha\ ing Soaps, Wash Bails, Drop Lake, Essences of
iio.ic and Cedrat, Extrait de Mcil, Flake While, Hair
Powder, Orris Root, Milk of Roses, Oil.? of Orange,
Bergamot, Cedrat, Cinnamon, Lavender. Neroli, and
Roses; Oxy-chlorine Lotion, Pearl Powder, I’oraaimn,
Powder l’uffs, Preston Salts, Pink Saucers, Fancy vi
als, Tonquiit Bean.?, Vin de Rouge, Vegetable Rouge,
A Macassar Oil.
Anuatto, Cudbear, Fig Blue. Fustic, Galls, Indigo,
Madder, Nicaragua Wood, Alum, Turmeric, and
Acetic, Citric, Oxalic A otiicr Acids, Acoustic Oil,
Alcohol, Nitrate of Ammonia, Concentrated Liquor of
Ammonia, Atkinson’s Depilatory, Balm of Columbia,
Patent Barley, Breastpipes, Brimstone, Cayenne Pep
per, Spanish Saffron, Aiiimoniaret of Copper, Sago,
Emetine, Oicnto Piaster, Ext. Aloe?, Cinchona, Col-
ocyntn, Elaterium, Jalap, Kaliiuca, Nux Vomica, IUiu
barb, Rhatania, Lead, Savin, Sarsaparilla A Cubcbs,
Dandelion, Valerian, Opium A others. Phosphate of
Iron, Red Oxyde of iron. Tartariz'd Iron &c. Ginger
Powders, Ha w lion’s Elixir, Magnesian Aperient
English Calomel. Hoffman's Anodyne, Oil’d Silk or
Hat Case; Iodine, Jujube Paste, Lactucarium, Lan
cets, Patent Lint, Lupnline. Lobelia, Medical Spoons,
Acetate and Sulphate of Morphia, Mustard, Oil? of
Carayvay, Copniva. Croton. Fennel, Wintergreeu Se
neca, Denarcefised and Powdered Opium, Phospho
rus, Piperine. Pocket Instruments. Hydriodate A Ox
y-nmrintc of Potash, Potter’s Catliolicon, Liquor of Po
tash, Dragon’? Blood, Seatons, Stoughton’s Elixir,
Strychnine, Powdered Valerian. Rhuharbarine, Sali-
cine, Sanford’s Bark, Lac Sulphur, Syrup of Livcr-
o^ublic Lee cures,
Macon Academy, Oct. 13, 1835.
F ROM the solicitations of several friend.', ihesub-
M scriber proposes to deliver a course Of Lectures
on Nat. Philosophy, including the lno.-,t recent discoV-
eries in Lleclro-magnetism niade by l’role—or Henry
qml the Bratulou hiacksmitli. '
( A Telescope of sufficient power for all practical
pnrposes will ha received before die close of the Lec
tures. The instrument is selected by a distinguished
I Professor, who' has lately return d from Paris, cx-
pressly for the subscriber; not of sufficient power to
see the inhabitant’s of-lie Moon, hut to see distinctly its
mountains, hills a id valleys. The sitbscrioer flatten
himself that the facts and illustrations gathered from
(he host American and European scientific journals to
be enabled to offer a course of Philosophical Lectures
not. uuworty the attention of the citizen? of Macon.
The.Introductory Lecture will he given on Monday
evening I9«h of October, if the weather he favorable,
on which the attendance of the citizens of Macon is
most respectfully solicited. J. DARBY.
npiiz firm of Wood A Camp isthisday di- olved
.!?_ by mutual consent. The business will he contin
ued by Thomas Wood, who is duly authon.e.l to rloso
the business of the concern. THOMAS \VO D,
Maron Oct. 20lli I*p. EDWAl!DC\MP.
TIN PATENT PORTADLE
FB1IIE attention of the pubfii g< neraiiy i? invited to
.B. an egniiniiatioti of the above-named article. It
is an economical, expeditions, and easy modeof execu
ting all baking and boiling businc s, aim wholly by
means of coa , ami oi that but a small quantity is reqnir
ed. ICHABOD B. 1)0X11 Agen'
For 11. NOTT A Co. and
JOSIAII St. JOHN.
This may.certify that I have appointed Mr. Jason
Burr my only true and lawful agent, to make A vend
thealmvr named article in the counties of Monroe and
Bibb, and also to sell individual rights. Gentlemen
who have already subscribed for the article will he ac
coimnodatnd a.? soon as possible at M r. Burr's establish]
ment at Macon Ga.
I. B. IIOXIE, Agent
For If. NOTT A Co. and
JOSIAII St. JOHN.
Macon. Atiril 10 1835 43
,!lj fj '■
T iti . _ . REMOVAL. . | wort. One Stethoscope. Swai'm’s Panacea, Seidlitz
IIE Subscribers hare removed front the ston Tamarinds, Tincture of Colchicum Wine
recently occupied by them opposite W a^ng- ofCo , ehicIJin Trusses, Tnrbllh Root. White Hellebore,
ton Hall, to tlieir new brick huilding on the corner of
Cherry street and Cotton Avenue, where they have o-
pened a very general and new assortment of season
able goods, which will be sold 011 B** most liberal
terms, either at wholesale or retail—Such country
merchants as purchase in this market to replenish
their stocks, are invited to call on ns-
FORT. HAMILTON A WILEA.
Macon Oct. 20 1835. 18
Tho Book accounts and notes of the late linn of
Baxter. Fort A Wiley, will be kept at ourcmintme
room where tho?e indebted con make payment.
FORT. HAMILTON A WILT*A .
Colchicum Seeds, Acetate f Colchicum. Aromatic
Carbonate of Ammonia ; an Assortment of Patent Me
dicines. and all other? in common use, Garden Seeds.
and Shop Furniture for Physicians.—
Couching. Copping, andsmall Sealing,Instruments;
•;in| - ■coiiii h ul l »ct of Amputating and Trcphin
April 29 45.
if 3 ATS&ROiES.
3" Wish to lure forty negro fellows for the year 1836,
0. for which liberal wages will bo given, and every
attention paid to their health and comfort: some of them
are wanted to work fn a brickyard, and some onbiiild-
iugs in the City—Those working iu the brick yard
will not.be exposed as much ? ; in common brickyards,
as tho bricks are all moulded by machinery. I should
like tn make, the engagement for the above negroes
before Christmas next.
DAVID F. WILSON.
August fith, 1835. fi
T HE subscriber has been appointed agent for the
application of Stagner’s Patent Truss, in the
comity of Bibb. He may be at all timos consulted
. go not professionally engaged) at his office on Mul
berry street. Persons "affected witn Hernia would do
well to make early application.
Mncnn inpe - 1V 51 WM. B. BAI.I.-
For sale by the subscriber.
V oct 1,5
RnwmuCs Tonic Mixture.
ARRAXTED a certain cure for the Fever and —
.Ague also tiie genuine Ifygean medicines
ale 011Iv by __
" " COOKE A COWLES.
gf~A RF.EN, Blue, Brown and Crimson Merinos,
Coloured and Black Merino Circassians,
Merino Prints, Fm cifuro do.
White and red Flannels, with ti variety Ol Eng-
Ksh and American Staple Good.?, just received and fer
-ale cheap by
At Fire Proof Building?, corner of Mulberry A 2nff
Macon. Oct. 8.