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d _B.'i M/i m. A E. E. BARTLETT. JMCOJV, GJEOJRG1.1, TUUJRSJB.il', 7, isa&r Terms of Subscription. uVree Dole* na.paidin advance.trill pay for the. pa- *ant year. Firi Douix^.paid in ad ranee, trill yuy K‘ r ‘!L tinier tiro years. Ten' Doyi.\ns,paid in advance K,., ;,,r the paper five years. IIVt not p ,,u ‘ within sic months after.the year has m ured, Turee Dollars anil Fifty Cents per annum be charged. If not paid until the end of the year. * fi3f f)Mars per annum tcill be charged—vith interest tint.::f^r- ^p erjns w j- Advertisings yrertisemmts not exceeding one hundred words, half " ljTi or twelve brevier lines, trill be inserted one time Whin more than one insertion is given, cents for each continuance, me fourth tcill he made, when r dollar. U :icn more than < i- for the frst. and 50 cents f ral n which a deduction of onefoi loiidin <"!ranee. T fjhtrij/y, Tax Collectors' and Corontrs’ Salts areehar- gt l hit the hri/. * Yearly Adrertisers mill be allotted tiro sonar unver far Twenty Dollars per annum; and in nores in each the same U, rtii'f'ra larger space—payable quarterly. 7V erpeases of our business, and the state of the time /.pi;re, lint these terms should lie rigidly adhered to. NEW YORK «& DARIEN Line of Packets. BRIG Amelia Strong, J. Chnee, Master, Premium, Mr. Matthews, “ new •* Darien, C. P. Buckley, “ •• “ Macon, A. Bibbius, “ rfci.r- D. 15. Critic. T. linker, “ All "i>oi ami substantial vessels, well calculated for the tr;i lX with good accommodation* for passengers, and sriorienC'-d commanders. One of the vessels will al ums ha at each oudof the Line to receive freight, nud uill sail regularly once a week. Shippers by this line can dlcct Insurance at five eighths per cent ami they inav rc'v npon the vrssols being regularly despatched. The subscribers are also agents for several Steamboats to nw regularly during the boating season between Darien. Hawkinsville, and Macon, and are induced to • that they can give great facilities in forwarding r„;,.h destined for tire interior of the State. s HAWKS & MITCHELL, Agents. Darim. lstJnlv. 1*35 3 pioneer Steam Hotel JL.*. WARE HOUSE And business. f HE undersigned liave associated with themselves in the above business Messrs. Uobert \V. Fort and Laird II. Wiley, and will henceforth conduct said business under the name and style of Hamilton, Hayes «fc Co. They will occupy the same extensive and'se- cure Ware House, situated near the river and will ex tend to their friends and patrons the same facilities in business that they have hitherto done, arid promise an equal degree of attention to the iuterest of those who may favor them with their business. They respectfully tender to their former friends and pat roils their grateful thanks for past favors and solicit for the new concent a continuation of the same. E. HAMILTON, JNO. B. 11AYES. July 23d. 4 fini DRY GOODS, WA2t3 HOUS3 And COMMISSION BUSINESS. T HE undersigned have entered into a co-partner ship for the transaction of the above business. The Dry Goods business will be conducted under the name and stylo of Fort, Hamilton A Wiley and will be managed and directed by It. W. Fort & L. II. Wiley, The Ware House & Commission Business, under the name and style of Hamilton, Ilayes & Co. and will lie managed and conducted as hitherto by E. Hamilton, and John R. Ilayes—The undersigned re spectfully solicit for each establishment a share of pub ic patronage. ROB.T. w. FORT. F.. HAMILTON, L. II WILEY. JNO. R. HAVES. I XJK transportation to and from Macou, is now in ’ complete order. A superior new Steam Boat called ‘-David Crockett” with two powerful Engines, sad several lir.-t rate freight boats have been ljniit since the dose of the last season and placed on the line. Strain lior.t Pioneer, Copt. Goodwin, “ “ David Crockett, “ J/’ Cormick, will ply regain!ly between Uarien and Macon, one of ihorn leaving Darien about once a week with freight bn::* in low. Steam Boat GTOST, Capt.’ Donnell, will run constantly between Darien and Savannah, vn.I.iTur.i the greatest despatch to Cotton. Tue subscriber*.- whole attention is devoted to f.icili- tjting transportation between Macon and the Sea Ports. Ha has.invested a large sum to put his line in the most complete order, and believes that his arraugc- a nts for gmus despatch to freight and keeping it in ; »*l order, while in r.is care, will make it the interest cfC itton .Shippers and Merchants ordering goods, to tmtinne their favors. At Darien he has securo and convenient Warehouses wr reception of Goods, and his Wharves there are covered with sh* ds, '■ Yea enables him to keep all Cotton shipped on his Units under shelter and protected from the weather, while landed for reshipinorit. JAMES R BUTTS Jems. Hoi.comre, Pk.ck Sc Co., Charleston, * E. P. Butts, Savannah, J. T Rowi.anp. • Darien I), n. Halstead. Hawkinsville. Macau, Nov. IS, 1834 —92 July 9:!. fun WAKE HOUSE And .Huron Steam Stoat Company. ■zs&h- l -a A icStta-iS£} f:c.i:uboat SUPERIOR, Capt. George Wilico do. EXCEL. “ J. I,. Willcoj. T HIS company have now their linn of Boat comnlate order for freighting. They hav r. w st'iamhoat added to their line called the Superior. **'! teai Tow-Boats. , Tho Boats will run regularly befwo ui Macon and ■hric:i, one of the sLeuujboat* leaving Darien every “*2 or six days with tow-boats. The cor.rpuny have |ailtccu tow-boats, all firstrntc boats,built express- ■i fni die navigation of the Ocumlgeo and Altamaiia ri'crs; thoso increased facilities will ctiaMe the eonv- 'wj the means of giving the greatest i.cspntcli to 1 1 ®" !l " r goods shipped by tlicir lino. I i i y have a Steamboat and a number of Sloops, |loeany cotton arid merchandise between Darien anil imtalt and Darien and Charleston. There are s>. tne first pile Packets running regularly between .^'attrl New York, which como to Hawes A | "iIwkI, of Darien. Agents for the ahore Boats : J. GODDARD, Macon. »vrp, Ilcvni & Walter, Charleston, j; 1*w.owin' g. Co. Savannah, ■uwe< A Mitch* nr., Darien. ,*'*• K. Roberts, Hawkinsville, ^<•■"1.24th Dec.. 18:ir,. ’ 28 alsree Steam HoaJ Company. iliil.S company will be prepared to commence bit- * -me-s, early in the next season—They will have nfPaf.kot* between New York, and Darien and | vessels to forward goods from Darien to Macon P' 1 *agents in New York, Charleston, and Savannah, I J -J* uitiioriscd to coutmct for tlio delivery of goods P 'lacoii. at a freight agreed on without intcriucdi- ir.'^r*.! and the agent in Macon will receive cotton L : stable in Savannah, Charleston, and New York— (‘‘•'f i'.apany’s vessels aud boats, will be of first class '•■•“.i'erienced commanders, nud no expense will he to meet the patronage of the public. I’ll. R. YONGE & SONS, Agents in Darien L*3!2Tlli 1H35 49 i I^UaiM1 issiu>i\ Bus!N I, I At Barien. ’ I [“ undersigned have resumed Jifisiness as a- i and will as heretofore p. y prompt atten- 11 business entrusted to their care. W-- believe *Ke Wade arrangements that wU ep.ik us at all ui'iC’, rwar< l goods for the inter; rr with the least jj delay, by steamboats when he river will ad- iiii; r "* cx,rc,nB low river by small flats or lighters, for that business. On car wharves " ,? •^'•rehouses, calculated for the suon : of sot- ir* le , le:lst possible expense, and our c-pportuniti.'s ... *°Uon inland or coastwise, are ;ot exceed- •’ J,l y other House. I Darir. „ HAWES & MITOIIELL. - r ' t:i ‘ May 20,1635. 40 and commission BVSZNTBSS. F,„ IN DARIEN. r‘‘ ’’“o^igned returns his thanks to his friends hharal support which he has hcrclofon fcg, “ ^ r "‘" them in the above line of business, and kr w ° m 'f'wnce nrUicir patronage. His arrange- “agdc i,m°i l . uctl,1 g^hnsineft', and particularly in gi- rthrn.'liJ fh ,n rec ui v in* and forwarding produce A: h JtL, , 7 ' C an ;' protecting them while in nis charge,, ■' *],«,,'• ^ uaI *o those of nny others iuliislinc. He d an v | )t . mnoer in and in the vicinity of Darien, o! , od ,ness addressed to him will receive his per L i" ' r :;i n Pi attention. ' V! . JOHN T. ROWLAND. commx /s»i kt bbssjsjsss. rfll 11L undersigneipbegs leave to inRinn his friends & A public gcucrully, that he will contimie the above business in all its various branches at the old stand for merly occupied by Bennett &, Carter in I'.nst Macon. wh*»re fie offers a” !lie usual facilities ia business by making liberal advances on produce stored with him, or on shipments to his friendsin Savannah.{Charleston, or Sow York. His Ware Houses aie conveniently sit uated near the river, and remote from other buildings which renders them ipiite secure from danger by fire. Insurance can be cfiectad at lowest rates if rcqnired. The undersigned will give his whole attention to the s’liove business and hopes to receive a portion of pub lic patronage. A General assortment of Groceries will he constantly kepi on hand and sold at the lowest prices. ' H. K. CARTER, sept. 9 11 GROCERIES WARE HOUSE i find 50 - IOKT SUSI?tf£SS. C 1 corgo Jewett &.co. respectfully inform their 5f friends and the public generally, that they liave added the .Ware House and Commission Business to that heretofore conducted by' them. Their Ware House i v ■ nieuily situated on second street, near ly adjoi. i g ihc»r store. All cotton consigned to them, either by the planters or dealers in the article, or or ders to sell or lmy in this market, will ba promptly attended t They hav also a convenient close storage house for the reception of merchandize from the country; the receiving sand forwarding of which, will receive a particular sliaro of their attention. Liberal advan ces will he made on cotton stored, or on shipments to nt:y market, when desired. They also have on hand, aud’ expect shortly to re ceive a large and general assortment of GROCERIES, DRY GOODS 8fc. Sfc. Such as. St. Croix and Portorico& Ilavannnsngnrs, Cuba. Rio and Java coffee. Liverpool salt, .Swedes Iron, Nails, Brads, cast, German and hlis/cr steel, Heavy hem,v Bagging, Bagging twine twilled sack ing, Ozijaburghs, Negroes cloths, shoes, hats, caps, clanks, Powder, shot, and lead, saddles and bridles, Sets Blacksmith tools, castings. Hardware, Calicoes, Flannels, Blankets, Wax Calf skins, Ac. Which they will soil on as good terms as can be had in this market. Sept 10 11 ^ mi V-'," al t’lour, bids do ?j! 5®f* Lord, Cltdra. 101. .*:* N-ucira. No 1 Mackerel, #T -5lscr (, .5; rirf « b v 'NSar 19 CHARLES CAMPBELL. Wing* corner Mulberry A Second sb S. V. DICKINSON. A T the store formerly occupied by J. Abrahams Aco. oil ('otton avenue and next door to Patrick A Martin on 3d st has nowon hand a very select and choice assortment of Dry Goods Ac. entirely fresh and for sale at reduced prices also 50 hlids prime sugars. 20 N. O. molasses. 150 Bags coffee. 120 lib’s N. E. Rum. Cog Brandy, II. Gill, J. Ruin, Malaga. Madeira, Marraillcs, Po.-taud Lisbon Wines, Noreait, pepper mint, Cinnamon, Rose, aud Jjfe of man cordials, Ci gars, snnff, tobacco, lump sugar, powder, tea, choc olate. pepper, spice, indigo, salaeratus, ginger, starch, soap, lamp oil, pickled pork, prime bagging, salt, cas tings, Ac. Ac. Macon Sept 22.1. 13 43 doz. Gentlemen*s Mats, F OR sale very cheap. The subscriber desirous of disposing of his entire stock of HATS, will sell them at very reduced prices, and many of them at tlie usual cost at the manufactory. nov 16 WM II BURDSALL ,Yf« Store—JFresh Goods. T HE subscriber is now opening, on second street, next door to Patrick A. Martin, and nearly op posite the Commercial Beak, a complete assortment of Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS. Which will he sold at prices much reduced, being bo’t on reasonable terms and cheap, they will be sold ac cordingly. Ills stock comprises in part as follows: WOOLENS. 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 London Dufiil Blankets—10-4 and 12-1 fine Mackinaw do—Negro Plains and Linseys— super bine, black, brown mixt Cloths—Fine and com mon Satinets, assorted colors—superfine Valentin and Toilinet Vestings—super white and red Flannels—do Merino do. STUFFS. Black and colored 6-4 Merinos—do do Bombazctts— fine 6-4 Bombazines—Pink Ratiuet—figured Circas sians. COTTON GOODS. super and common .'Iain and twilled Calicoes—swigs, Jaconet, Mn*l and Ifbok Muslins—black and colored cambric Ginghams—Irish Linens in j pieces very fine •olored and white Homespuns—Eowen cassiniercs and checks—birdseyn and ttussta Diapers—Linen cambric Ilkfs, Russia sheetings, Ac SILKS. Black super Pol de soie silks—do Italian Lustring uo —rich colored silks very cheap—Levautines, sarsnets and sinchewg. HANDKERCHIEFS. Mandarin, Herit::> i, embroidered K.vc ini, Bagdad, rich satin, fignerc.i Thibet, embroidered Thibet wool and martin gauze Hkfs—rich figured gauze Ribbons— Handsome thread i>.’gings aud tlnilthigs—Blond Ed gings ;rid Bebinet Laces—and .iany ether articles, which cannot ;Yu to give satisfaction at to price and quidity. dec 17 25 ARCHIBALD McARN. ALMANACKS FOR 1S36. iff® Y The Gross, Dozen, or single, for sale by M3 CIIAS. CAMPBELL. cr. factor ©£ Coramission J^Ierchant macon. oa. W ILL keep his otficcat the Counting room for merly occupied by J. G. & Co. where he will be prepared to to make liberal advances on con signment of Goods. Cotton stored, or shipped to Sa vannah, Charleston, and New York. REFERENCES—J K KILBURN ) A SIBLEY >Augnsta, R. BARBER S BOYCE, HENRY A WALTER JNO. FRASIER A Co. JAMES HAMILTON A SON NORTH. MANNING A HOYT, . oct. 8 15 r OSUIBO mber Charles ton, N.Y'ork H i\KW GOODS. ~ WM. H. BURDSALL, AS Just received a new and extensivo as sortment of DRY GOODS, »IAOS e3r.OT2SZSr&, HATS, SHOES, S>c. which he is oTering for sale at reduced prices For Cash Only. UIS STOCK CONSISTS, IN PAKT, OK TItK. KOLLO WIN* : Super Saxon j', Blue, Black and Fancy Colored Broad Cloths' Blue, Black. Mixed and Fancy colored Satiuolts English Meriuocs DnfHe, Point and Bose Blankets Scarlet, Crimson. Green aud White Flannels Printed Salsbury do Canton and Saxony and Gauze do Dautask Table Diapers Birds Eye and Russia do Scotch do Black, Blue aud coloured Bomhazottes do do do Circassians Negro Cloths Liusoys Bleached and Unbleached Shirtings & Sheetings Hamilton Jeans Black Italian Lustring do Gros do Swiss do do Naples do do Berlin da Siitchews and Sarsanets Colored Gros dc Naples Black and colored Florences do Italian Crapes Merino Mantles aud Square Skltwls Common, Thibet wool. Valcntia, Silk Damask and twisted Silk Shawls Hernani, Muslin, Crape, Gauzoand Gros do Na ples Dress Ildkfs Ladies and Misses Bonnets Irish Linen? and Lawns Cotton Cassimcrs Beaver Fustians English Moleskin Apron and Furniture Checks Domestic Plaids and Stripes Bed Ticks ' Floorcloth Baize Green Frieze Cloth Furniture Dimity Russia SheotingBear Duck Cambric do Bleached Dotvlass Oznahurghs Bangup Cord Cotton Yarn Cotton, Worsted aud Laiuhs wool Hosiery Black and colored Cambrics Satin and Gauze Garnitures Blk and col’d Lustring Ribbons Dark and light col’d Prints and Ginghams Lace aud Gauze Veils Fig’duud plain Bobiuet Lace Thread Laces Cambric. Saxony, Swiss, Mull, Nausook and Book Muslius I iuen Cambric Iltlkls Pongee, Indian Flag and Spir.tlcfield Ildkfs Carved and plain Shell Combs Gcuileiueiis English Buck, Beaver and Goat skjn Gloves Ladies Bearer, Goat skin and Silk Gloves Bead Reticules I&eady-inade Clothing.' Superfine blue, black, invisible green, Adciaid, olive brown anil green Broadcloth Dress. Coats, Superfine bine, black, brown and green Cloth Frock Coats, Superfine blue,olive, green and mix’d Cloth Coattces, and blue, steel mix’d and fancy colored Sattinet Coattces and Frock Coats, Super, blue, black, invisible green, drab, brown, olive, and green Cloth Pantaloons, Blue, black aud fancy colored Sattinet Pantaloons, Y'ou til’s cloth and sattinet Dress and Frock Coats, do do do Pantaloons, Black and blue Cassimere, black and colored Velvet, black Florintine, black Bombazine, dark and light colored Valentin, English Silk, colored and white Merseillcs Toilinet, Swansdowu and Sattinet .Vests Camlet Cloaks atjd Great Coats, .Mixed, brown Cloth A Patershnm Box Coats. Lyon Skin Overcoats, Ftno Linen Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Socks, Ac. Negro Clothing. Men’s A Youth’s Fur Hats, do. do. Wool do. do. do. Cloth, Seal A Hair Caps, Fine Boots A Shoes—Negro Shoes, Ac. Ac. Oct. 15. 17 MACON cas-hiagh warehouse. EDMUND RUSSELL, Of Ihe Eote Firm oj Russell Dickinson. OS CORSKR OK THIRD ASU Ml'LBERRV STREKTS. AS Just received from New-Y'ork and Boston and is now opening a very large and general as sortment of, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware. Crockery, Hats, Shoes, &c. Ac. Ail of which will he sold at very reduced prices.— IIIS STOCK IN PART CONSISTS OF, Blankets—Rose Duffle and Poiijt, Various sizes and qualities. Flannels—Red, White, Green, and Yellow, _ Green Baize, and Drugget. Satinets—A Complete assortment of Various qual ities and colours. Bombazines—Bombazctts and Circassians. Prints—French, English,'and American (latest pat ents.) Muslins—French,.striped, plaid and plain Cambric. ami Jacknnett Muslins, do Swiss, Figured, and plain. Ginghams—Small and large plaid aud stripe, .Varie ty. of patents. j Silks—Italian, Grodo Swiss, Gro ac ? Souis. do Lustrings, senshe\vs, sarsanets. and Florences, Also, a few patents of Figured, (new style.) Challys—Black, and Figured. Linens—1-4tbs Irish a line selection (and cheap.) do 5-4tlis Sheeting, do 6 A 8-4 ths Table, do Covers. Handkerchiefs'—A fine selection of Ladies Fancy, Consisting of Chally Thibet, Mosaic Cause, Herman, Satin, Bagdad and Black Love,—Also, Ladies Linen Cambric, aud Long Lawn, Gentlemens Pongee, Spit- tlelield Bandanna and Flag. Hosiery—Ladies plain and Clocked Cotton, plain and 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, Gause and Garneture. Istces—Wide Boinet Footing, Cambric Inserting and Edging, Thread Inserting and Edging, Blonds Edging, Worsted do. Bonnets—Tuscan Gimp, Straw'and Silk. Marseilles Quilts—Superior article and cheap. Domestics—Bleached and unbleached shirtings, do do Sheetings. 7-8 cotton Oznahurgs. col’d do do (suitable for negroes’ clothing.) 3-4 and 7-8 Plaid Ginghams. Furniture, do Tickings—Delaware, Hudson, Dorchester, and Amoskeag, together with a large assortment of Ladies and Gentlemans Cloaks Umbrellas, Parasols, Hats. Shoes, Ac. Also a large stock of Groceries, viz: BAGS Coffee Portorico Java Lagnira and St Domingo. 50 hhds. Sugar St. Croix Portorico and N. Orleans. 6 Boxes Lump do. 8 do Brown and White Ilavanna, do. 18 Hhds New Orleans Molasses. lOOBblsN. E. Rum. 75 do. Whiskey.- 100 do Git). Pipes Cog Brandy, Jameicai and St. Croix Rum. and Holland Gin. Bbls Cicily Madeira, Port, Lisbon, Marseilles, Muscat and Sweet Wines Salmon Fish, No. 1 Mackerel, do. 3 Herring, do. (in Boxes). 10 12 TAc .'rZacon Clothing Store I S removed to the store lately occupied by Messrs Myrick, Napier A Freeman, next to Mr Win B Johnson’s Jewelry store, where ma.y be found a good assortment of Clothing, Hats, Hoots, Shoes and Fancy Articles- consisting in part of Fine blue, black, brown, green, olive mixt and silver grey Frock Coats Fine blue, black, brown, green, claret and olive Dress Coats * Brown, green, mixt and silver grey Coatees Super drab mixt brown and green Over Coats Petersham over and Hunting Coats—Ladies’ Cloaks Gentlemen’s camblet Cloaks, inole-skiti Hunting coats Satinet and beaverteen round Jackets, Pantaloons s. and Vests of almost every description Cotton atm woollen nett Shirts and Drawers, Flan nel, Canton Flannel, plain and twilled Colton Draw ers. Linen and Cotton Shirts, Flannel Shirts, Cellars, Bosoms, Gloves, Hosiery. Russian Belts, Black Ital ian and white Cravats, Cotton, worsted and Gum Kl- astic suspenders, a great variety of Stocks, Umbrellas j Clolh, Fur, and Hair 8cal-skiu Caps. Nap, Polt de j 30 eases Hats, Fine Boots and shoes, India Rubber Shoes, Ladies India Ruliber shoes. Also Fine blue, black, invisible green,and Royal purple Cloths, BufTCassiinnro, Tailor’s Trimmings, Milita ry Trimmings, Ac. »Y c. r all of which will ho sold at reduced prices for cash. - Macon oct. 22, 21 HORACE FITCII. s F. F. LEWIS, TlllhQZL, H AS taken the stunt! a few doors above the Clo thing Store of Mr. L. Fitch, on Mulberry street where he continues to carry oil the Tailoring business. He assures all these who may favor him with their custom, that tlivir work wi.'l bjL none at the shortest notice, and in the best maimer. He ha s on hand a supply of the best materials in I’.is line, consisting of CLOTHS, Blue, Black, royal Blown, Claret, Raven, Green, Ac. CASSIMERF.S,—A good assortment. ’vESS’XKTCC-S, A good variety of the best quality. Petersham, and a complete assortment of TAIL O R’S TRIMMINGS. He respectfully solicits a share of the public pat ronage. Macon. Oct 30 1834—0!y T HE subscriber having made arrangements with some of the most extensive Carriage Manufac tories in tlie nothern cities, will have on hand, and be constantly receiving, the coining season, a” extensivo ns: artment of, CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES, and vehicles of all descriptions, which will be of die best workmanship and materials, aud which will bo sold on as good terms as can be purchased in any city in the Southern country. Also, an extensive assort ment of SADDLF.UY, HARNESS. and every other article appertaining to our line of bust ness. Persons wishing to purchase would do well to give ns a call. \V RIG LEY A IIAHT. Opposite corner from Washington Hall. Sept. 2 Cm 11 450 PACKAGES of X’Jew Cioodsa- ISAAC NEWHALL. H AS taken store one door from the Post Office, lately occupied by Messrs. Lippitt A Higgins, and has just received. 260 Packages shoes of every description. 40 do .Men’s and boys Boots, 600 Pair of India Rubber shoes, 8 Bales of 8-4 A 10-j> Blankets. 1 do brown horse blankets, 2 do lloscHJ to l’2j do, 1 do Bed Tick. 50 doz. yarn I, hoes, 20 do silk cotton A worsted do, 2 Bales grey wool kersey, 8 do Blue A Mixed Cassinett, 0 do Negro cloth, 5 do whito and red Flannel. SO do white Abrown shirting A shcctingcoUon, 9 cases silk umbrellas, 2 do gingham do, 3 do striped SattineU, 2 do pluinjnixcd do, 12 do fancy calicoes, 3 do cassimers assorted, 1 do buckskin, 180 boxes Spanish cigars, 6 doz. curried calf skins, 3 do white sheep skins, 25 bags old Java Coffee, 40 quarter boxes of bunch Raisins, 10 drums of sultanna do without seeds, Ladies casktnero. raoriuo A worsted hose, Silk hose and gloves, Fine kid, Beaver, castor and woolen gloves, C-4th A 8-4th Linen Table covers. Velvet vesting, cotton Ildkfs, Flag silk Ildkfs, Corah do Fancy plaid cravats, Ac. Ac. Also Water Proof, Ind.a Rubber goods, consisting of Travellings Bags Buskins, Monkey Jackets, wrap pers, Surlouts, Coatspontaloons’, Stagemens Capes, Caps, Air Cushions, and Pillows, Water bot’les, Gun Cases, Life preservers. Ladies Aprons Ac. Ac. Travellcrsand Sportinen will find a convenience from the use oftho Rubber goods, as they are warranted water proof. The above will be sold hy piece or package on the most reasonable terms. Macon. Oct 27. 2m 18 B2S.1cr^fei J UST received and for sale hy J. H. A W. S. ELLIS, Cotton Avenue. Hoffman’s Anodyne LiqitorBalsam Capivi, ■ Lenitive Electuary, Do Canada, Conserve Roses, Soda Powders, Opium, Saratoga do Sulphate Quinine, Soidlitz do Camphor, Lemon Syrup, Castor Oil (fresh and snpc-Bcst Starch, rior,) Indigo, Sweet do do do Madder, Mustard do do . Blue Stone, Gum Arabic Anaatta, Epsom Salts, Logwood, Brimstone, Camwood, Calomel, Glue, Tart Etifttic. Aqua Fortis, Morphine, Nitric Acid, Black Drop, Pearlash, Ac. Ac. Oil Cantharadis, Taints, Varnishes, fyc. Japan Varnish, Yellow Ochre. Copal do Chrome Yellow, Leather do ' Vcrdeeris, Whito Lead, Chrome Green Red Lead, Spirits Turpentine, Venetian Red, Prussian Blue. Spanish Brown, Medical Herbs, fyc. amho. Poplar Bark, African Pepper, Bayhcrry Bark, Lobelia iuflata, Uva Ursi, Seneka, Lobelia Seed. Serpo'ntaria, Gum Mvrrb, Macon, fob 11 1835 Ginn Gamboge, Foxglove, Elder Flowers. Skunk Cabbage Gentian, Horehoitnd, - Sage, Boueset. 34 Moi&'iiiAfr l ij. / ijLi. M THE Subscribers have taken that com modious and well known ptildic house in the City of Macon,—the ti rukingtou Hall. lately occupied b\ Mr. M. D. ilusou.— By the unreniittiiiu atteiiin ii of both of them, thev flatter themselves that th< n- House will ob tain for them a general patronage front the Public.— They have secured the valuable services of a Lady, whose reputation as a manager of a public house, Is inferior to no one in the Shte. ' Their tables will be fnnti-hed with the best the coun try affords, and their bar wk’i tlie choicest liquors. The Stables ere attended by careful and experienced Ostlers. MUSTMN <\ MOTT. Feb 5 1835 36 OTP Having sold my interest In tlie Washington Hail to Messrs. Mustian jV Mott, i earnestly solicit for them a continuance of the patronage which was extended to me, whilst proprietor of die establishment. Macon, feb 5 86- M. 1). 1HJSON. T3T70BE TTAVBRM Giintou, C/ones County, GU*. ffflllE Subscribers (late proprietors of llio JS_ Clir.lon Hotel,) *cmier our thanks to our^ friends and patrons for{mst encouragement, and < respectfully beg leave to announce, to the public, that tve have temoved to the commodious House knofifn as the globe tavern, situated in the business part of site town, nud fronting the Conrt-1 louse. Having leased this stand fer several year*, .with ilii* intention of renewing the lease or of pur chasing the property, \\c consider ourselves per manently located, anil shall cotiUuue to improve enr accomodations as the comfort, of customers shall require. Our Douse is now open for the reception of Travellers or Hoarders. We shall at ail times endeavor to keep such a House, as will ensure public patronageand wc hope to afford such ac commodations as will prove satisfactory to those who call on us. The usual groat promises of good TABLES, 15AIlr J , Ac. wc think mittccossrirv to particular ize.—Good Lots aud other conveniences Sir Dro^ vers, readilv furnished- -%r \YOOP A WBEKF.f-. January ?0', 1*’4 1!» tf L^. i Shoa;b ISanufar.tiiring €o. MYRICK, NAPIER A FREEMAN AVL received a supply tf Cinlhs and Yarns _ from the above Manuliictr.cy, of superior fub- ;k which they offer to Merchants and Planters at th* prices. Macon Sop-31833. ‘10 Tin Ware Manufacturer. MCLBEltar, NEAR TTtltn STIt'KilT- UK subscriber continues ui. niau'iiartitrc TIN WARE In every variety, uid has now on hand .Tgcneral assortment,.which lie will sell wholesale or retail at the .'Savannah or Yttgus- ta prices. lie has also just received an assortnv.’it of Ja panned Tin Ware, consisting of Trunks, sugar Boxes, Waiters, Bread pans, Canisters, sugar Bowls, Milk cups. Tumblers, Pepper boxes, Clat ters, Toy .cups. Rattles, candlesticks, Lamps, Boxes, sand Boxes, Pocket Lanterns, &c. Ac. Also, patent Bakers, Foot stoves,hloektiu Tea Pots, Plates, Basins, Tumblers, Ac- JOL> WORK done at the shortest notice, jail 2 WILLIAM S. KLL1.-8. D WIDB. BWTERE.su. is niv professional agent at all times when l am absent from Macon. Mr. tuler will be found at the 31. A V. lit* 1 anile. . a I 1-1 y-11 EDW. D. TRACY- T 30 100 150 PAINTS 4' OILS. Kegs White Lead, 150 Galls, Linseed Oil, do Whale do do Lamp do do Spirits Turpentiue, Copal Varnish, Furniture Varnish, Litharge, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green. Umber. Ivory Black, Prussian Blue, Vermillion. India Red, Pans Green. Verdigris, Smalts all colours White Frosting, Venetian Red, Spanish Brown, Red Lead, Yellow Ocre, Whiting, GIne, and Gold Leaf—Just received and for slae by nov. 5th 1835. ID CHARLES CAMPBELL. Fire proof Buildings, corner of MulbcrfY and Second Streets* Insurance. rjflHB Insurance Bank of Columbus, will insure .a. Cotton on the River, and also take a few risks against Fire in tills City. Apply to Macon. Oct.27. 1834, ROBERT COLLINS. 10 CROCKERY, China and Glass Ware* WHOLESALE and RETAIL. HES'ib-'crtbers (ako ’'’L mr ■ iuofnttng _H 'he pu’.-Fc, that they h»ve recently purchased the stock of CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASS WARE formerly owned hy P- B. TAYLOR A CO. and have taken the store heretofore occupied by them, opposite Messrs. Stoval, Simmons A Co’s Waiehouse, Broadenreet, Augusta—where they intend keeping constantly on hand, a large A extensive assortment of Crockery, China and Glrsss, Which they offer for sale on the most advantageous torms to Merchants from the Country and others. Being connected with a large importing house in Boston, and one of the partners residing in Iuglanil for tlie purpose ofmaking the bcstsolection of Goods, they feel confident that they can furnish WARE on terms equally advantageous with any other market in the United States. Purchasers are respectfully invited to call and ex amino our assortment. WILLIAM WOODBURY A CO. Sept. 22 14 4m T FRENCH MERINOS. /TA RF.F.X, Blue, Brown and Crimson Merinos, mTIT Coloured and Black Merino Circassians, Merino Prints, Furniture do. White and red Flannels, with a variety of Eng lish and American Staple Goods, just received and for sale cheap by CHAS. CAMPBELL. REMOVAL. IIE Snbscribcrs have removed from the store recently occupied by them opposite Washing ton Hall, to their new brick building on the corner of Cherry street and Co'.ton Avenue, where they have o- pened a very gonen-s ami new assortment of season able good*, which • till be sold on the most liberal terms, cither at \vi, abt dc or retail—Such country merchants as purchase in this market to replenish their stocks, arc invited tc call on ns FORT, HAMIL TON A WILEY. Macon Oct. 26 1835. 18 Tha Book accounts avi notes of the late 5nn of Baxter, Fort .A Wit :y, wj?l ho kept at ourcounting room where those iniebv d -zn make payment. FO E.’. Fa5 . ETON A Wir.EY. For sale bv the subvcritier. o.-. 15 16 EDMUND P TT <«'?^»1 . u\EvV DRUG STOKE. H, 2.G02S&S& AS just received a large assortment of DRUGS A MEDICINES, at the Store one door below W. ti. Joti.vsTox’s Jewelry, which he will sell at ino derate prices; among which are PAINTS, White Lead, Red Lead, Black Lead, Litharge, Verdi gris, Chromic Green, Chromic Yellow, Spanish Brown. Yellow Ochre, Stone Oahre, Umber, Venetian Red, Lampblack, Itescpiuk, Terra de Sienna, Vermillion. Prussiuu Blue, Osborn’s water colours. OILS, fansecd, Sperm, Whale, and Train Oils, and Spts. Turpentiue, Copat, Japan, Coach, Leather, A Picture Varnishes. BRU3IIES. Flesh, Hair. Hat,' 1 "’raining, Varnish, Furniture,Tooth. Paint, Nail, Com Shoe, Scrubbing, Sweeping, Dus ting, Velvet, Whitewash, Clothes, Hone, and Velvet Brushes. PERFUMERY. Cologne, Rose (Ioney, Florida, Lavender, A Orange Flower Wale.. Yromatic V iaegar, Bears’ Oil, Antique Oil, Oldorine Tooth Wash, Cream Soap aud otiicr Sharing Soups, Wash Bulls, Drop Lake, Essences ol Rosa and Cedrat, Exlrait de Moil. Flake White, Hair Powder, Orris Root, Milk of Roses. Oils of Orange, Bergamot, Cedrat, Ciuuaraon, Lavender. Ncroli. and Roses; Qxy-cblorine Lotion, Pearl Powder, Pomatum, Powder Puffs, Preston Salts, Pink Saucers, Fancy vi als, Ton-wilt Beans, Vin de Rouge, Vegetable Rouge, A Maccis.tr Oil. DYE STUFFS. Annatto, Cudbear, Fig Blue, Fustic, Galls, Indigo. Madder, Nicaragua Wood, Alum, Turmeric, and Ground Logwood. MEDICINES. Acetic, Citric, Oxalic A other Acids, Acoustic Oil, Alcohol, Nitrate of Ammonia, Concentrated Liquor of Ammonia, Atkinson’s Depilatory, Balm of Columbia, Patent Burley, Breastpipes, Brimstone, Cayenne I’cp- p.-r,. Spanish Saffron, Annuoniaret of Copper, Sago, Enn line, Cicnta Plaster, Fxt. Aloes, Cinchona, t ol- orynth, Eiuterium, Jalap, Kalduca, N’tt.v Yotnica, Rhu barb. Rhatauia, Lend, Savin, Sarsaparilla A Cubclts, Dandelion. Valerian, Opium A others. Phosphate of Iron, Red Oxyde of Iron, TarUiriz’d Iron Ac. Ginger Powders, Hamilton’s Elixir, Magnesian Aperient English Calomel, Iloffinau’s Anodyne, Oil’d Silk or Hat Case; Iodine, Jujube Paste, Lactneariuni, Lan cets. Patent Lint, Lupulino. Lobelia, Medical Spoons, Acetate aud Sulphate of- Morphia, Mustard, (Jibs ol Caraway, Copaiva, Croton, Fennel, Wintcrgroen, Se neca, Denarcodfed and Powdered Opium, Phospho rus, Pipeline, Pocket Instruments. Ilydriodate & Ox y-inuriatc of Potash, Potter’s Cnlholico.i, Liquor of Po tash, Dragon’s Blood, Seatons, Stoughton’s Elixir, Strychnine, Powdered Valerian, Rhnbarbaritie, Sali- cine, Sanford’s Baric, Lac Snlphur, Syrup of Liver wort, One Stethoscope, Swann’s Panacea, Seidlitz Powders. Tamarinds, Tincture of Colchicmn, Wine ofColchicum. Trusses, Turbilh Root, While Hellelmre. Colchicmn Seeds, Acetate T Cokhieinit, Aromatic Carbonate of Ammonia ; an Assortment of Patent Me dicines. and all others tn common use, Garden Seeds, aud Shop Furniture lor rhyiiciar.s.— ALSO, Couching. Copping, and small Sq§£4R«In*trnnients; and one second hand set of Amputating and Trcphin ing Instruments. April 29 8| 45. Potrfind's Tonic Mixture. W ARRANTED ascertain cure ijv tke Fever and Ague also the genuine Ilygeftit medicines ' For sale only by Public cjsc tares. Macon Acnilc.ni/, Oct 13, 1835. ' TNROM tlte-solicitatrons of several friends, thesub- aL 1 scribcr proposes to deliver a course of Lectures ■a Nat. Philosophy, including -the most. ropeut discuv- -ries in F.lefitro-tnague&nn made by Professor Henry - aid the Brandon blacksmith. A Telescope of sufficient power practical .t'.vposcs will be received before the close of ilto Lcc- 'ircs. The instrument n selected by a distinguished i’rofessor, whe has lately rctuTSted froni Paris, cx- ressly for the subscriber; not of sufficient power to -e the inhabitants of the Moon, but to see uistinctly-Sts .onutaias, lulls and valleys. The subscriber Hatters •imself that the facts and illustrations gathered irotri lie best American and J'luroptian scientific journals to ■e enabled to offer a courso of Philosophical Lecturyxs •ot umvorty the attention of the citizens of Macon. : he Introductory Lectnre will be given on Monday \vtfmug J9ih of October, if the weather be favorable? a which tlie attendance of the citizens of Macon is. :ost respectfully solicited. 2. DARBY . ; NOTICE., T HE firu*. ofWowl A Camp is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business Will be contitj- .’.ed by Thomas Wood, who isdiily authorized to clfise- the business of the concern. THOMAS WO i>. Macon Oct. 20th 1835.. EDWARD CAMP- TIN PATENT PORTABLE oouBasa-nErascs-EssarcT BAKE OVENS. rtTl IIE attention of the public generally is invited ttf M an examination of the above-named article. It ir an economical, expeditious, and easy mode of execu ting all baking aud boiling business, and wholly liy means of c«a , and of tint but a small quantity is rtquir ed. IC IT A BOD B. IlOXIE, Agent For II. 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 the above named article in the counties of Monroe arid Bibb, and also to sell individual rights. Gentlemen who havc'alfcr.dy subscribed for the article will be ac conimocatcd as soon as possible at Mr. Burr's establish ment at Macon Ga. I. B. IlOXIE, Agent For II. NOTT A Co. and JOSIAII St. JOHN. Macou. April 10 1835 . 43 Macon. Oct. 8. 1(1 A SUPPLY of ’’'owand.Vi’onic Mia a, a >iam cure for the Ftrc.r and Ague, just received and Ibr sale hy^ J. H. A W. S ELLIS, jnne 16-52 Cottar. Avenue. Moran f.OOKE A COWLES. 1’ithqvfttfi 1 Agent,. € t>.MlC Ahna.iacks. aud Beers Almanac’s for sale by T.& , J. II. A W. S. ELLIS, sept 10. SI RGICAL NOTICE. subscriber has been appointed agent for tii<* .5. application of Btagner’s PatoiK Tnis-s, in tli. county of Bibb, lie may ba at oil times consulted when’nct projcs.- lonally engaged) at his office on Mnl berry street. Persons affected with Hernia would do well to mako early application. Macpn.jttne 8 ly 51 \V.M. B, BALL. , U i.- . .<> i.ire forty negro fellows lor the year J.'.mt i for w 4 , liberal’wages will be given, and every .mention paid to their health and comfort: some of them ire wanted to work in a brickyard, and some tmbnild* igs in the City—Those working in the brick yard ill not be exposed ax uttich as iin onnnon brie!; yards, •as tlie bricks are all moulded by machinery. I shtfcld .ike to make the engagement for the above negroes before Christmas next. DAVID F. WTLS0N'.g3j August Gtli. 1835. 6 . JCetv JiaoJ.s anti Stationary, J U.ST received—among which are the Token for 1836; New Novels, Ac. Wo have Watts AR^-4 pon, Dorsey’s choice Village IlyaiBs, &C. Gtuitnta for Flute, Piano Forte, Violin, Ac School and <Tl.- si cal Books of all kinds. Miscellaneous do. Law and .Medicate do. Blank do. Almanacks by single doz or ocj, verv fine Paper of all kinds. Wo invito our fiends anti the public generally to call on rs, ‘g»L** e interest of uli to support a respectable Booi. cn-'af- shment among us. dec 3 23. OLCOTT A ELL8.. SOLUTION KREOSOT S JIOR the cure of Cancerous l iccrs. Old sores. Tet- ’ tors. King worms and will immediately stop bice-- ing frvmfeesh woumls, Bleeding at the nose & r. Ac. din I .sept ELL): !b by ’repaved hy G. W. CAItPLNRER,and fo ept. 21 13 J. 11. A W.S.E PAINTING. atinz. plain and ornamental, eithe: IKS ornamented. 1 -e or bronzed _,>* % yPWBBB Sign., pafteM, and Fancy* nai&ting iptious will bn done by applying to pt. tntiy. Choir., rennmtc • s or picture frames Am? of cnptious' J. II. ' " Mixed Paints or every color on hand. jan 8-2'.* . . _. hB .j'oh intine done at ihis C-lface*