if. A E. E. BAKTLETT.
CO.Y, G£OJ£GI,I, TIILJKSI/.2T, »<S, 1836.
•j'erius of Subscription.
TaREK DoLi***.p<**d«» advance. tciU pay for the pa-
rone ve»r. f -|, ‘ Dollar*, paid in advance. tciU pay
V the v*P tT tlt0 1 cars - Ta* Dollars,paid in advance
for the paver fixe yeas.
Hut* not paid iciihtn six month* after the year has
Three Dollar* and Fifty Cents per annum
ZTkt charged. If not paid until the end of the year,
peer Dollars per annum mil be charged—wUh interest
rtortaj.^- Terms G f Advertising.
4Jcertisements not exceeding one hundred words, half
uptart, or twelve brevier lines, will be inserted one time
* ,’y„ e dollar. Ifhen more than one insertion is given,
•2- un i, for the first, and 50 cents for each continuance.
!lfrm which a deduction of one fourth will be made, when
' serifs', Tax Collectors’and Coroners Sales are char-
et d bu the levy. *
• Yearly .1 dneitisers will be allowed two squares in each
fewer for T\scnty DMars per annum; and in the same
for a larger space—payable quarterly.
The erpeases of our business, and the state of the times,
nqsirr, that 'tbrse terms should be rigidly adhered to.
Volume X.-—Snmfcr 31.
"NEW YOKiv cV. DARIEN
Line of Packets.
& BiU<i Amelia Strong, J. Chace, Muter,
Premium, dir. Matthews, “
new “ Darien, C. P. Buckley, “
*• " Mac on, A. Bibbin#, “
Sehr. D. B. Crane, . T. Baker, "
All good andsub*:antial vessel* well calculated for the
tridr. w : th good Accommodation* tor passengers, and
ejweneuced commanders. One of the vessels will al-
wivs be at each end of the Line to receive freight, and
will »»;| regularly once a week. Shippers by this line
oan effect Insurance at fivo eighths per cent and thee
uuvrelv upon the vessels being regularly despatched.
Tiie subscribers arc also a»ents for’aeveral Steamboats
to rmi regularly during the boating season between
Btrlen. llawUinsville, and Macon, and arc iuduced to
bslier-' that they can give great facilities in forwarding
rood* destined ’for the interior of the State.
* HAWKS ft MITCHELL, Agents.
Darien. 1st July, 1335 3
Pioneer Steam Stoat
F ull transportation to and from Macon, is now in
complete order. A superior new Steam Boat
wiled "David Crockeu’’ with two powerful Engines,
sad several first rate freight boats have been built .-.iuce
the close of the last season and placed on the lino.
Situm float Pioneer, Copt. Goodwin,
“ “ David Crockett, “ HVCormick,
wit! ply regulatly between Darien and Macon, one of
them leaving Darien about once a week with freight
b.uis in tow.
Stsaia Boat eSARaSSTOXS*
trill rua coiuUutly between Darien and Savannah,
aaJ afford the greatest d ispatch to Cotton.
Toe subscriber'* whole attention is devoted to f.ieiii-
utiag transportation between Macon and the tie a
Port*. Ho has invested a large sum to put his litre in
tli# most comorder, and lielievc* that hi* arrnngc-
tacut* for giving despatch to freight and keeping it in
giiid order, while iu his care, will make it the interest
of Colton Shipper* and Merchant* ordering goods, to
continue their favor*.
At Darien he has secure and convenient Warehouses
for reception of Goods, and his
Wharves there are covered
which enable* him to keep all Cotton shipped on his
Boat* under shelter and protected from the weather.
<vhdo landed for reshipment.
JAMES R BUTTS
IfoLCoviSEi Plck & Co., Charleston,
F.. P. Butts, Savannah,
J. T. Rowlasd, Darien
D. B. Halstead. llawkinsrille.
Macon, Nor. 13, 1S34 —23
.Hatoil Steam Stoat Company.
T . Business.
HE undersigned begs lea ve toiuform hisfriend* ft
public generally, that he will continue the above
business in all iu various branches at the old stand for
merly occupied by Bennett ft Carter in East Macca.
wiowe he offers at* the usual facilities in business by
making liberal advances on produce stored with him,
or on shipments tohisfriendsiu Savannah,(Charleston,
or New \ ork. Ili* Ware Ilotiscsarecunvenientlysit
uated near the rivor. and remote from otlier buildings
which renders them quite secure from danger by fire.
Insurance can be effected at lowest rates if required.
The undersigned will give his whole attention to the
above business and hopes to receive a portion ofpub-
hc patronage. A General assortment of Groceries
Will be constantly kept on hand and sold at the lowest
price*. sept 9 II H. K. CARTER.
WAKE -II OUSE,
an o’ Commission
I-.O. JEWETT A Co. respectfully inform their
friend* and the public generally, that tfcev have
added the Ware House and Commisiion Business to
that heretofore conducted by them. Their Ware
House is conveniently situated on second street, near
ly adjoining their store. All cotton consigned to’them,
u. 1 .aniers or dealers in the article, or or-
fera to sell or buy in this market, will he promptly
They have also -a convenient close storage house
r or the reception of merchandize from the country ;
the receiving and forwarding of which, will receive
particular share of their attention. Liberal admit-
es will be made on cotton stored, or on shipments to
inv market, when desired.
They also have on hand, and expect shortly to re-
rive a large and general assortment of
GROCERIES, DRY GOODS
Sorbs* St.Croix and PortorifoA IJavannasugars,
Cuba, Rio and Java coffee, Liverpool salt.
Swede* Iron, Nails, Brads, cast, German and blister
new drug store.
X>H. 51. £C03KXS
TOfAS just received a large assortment of DRUGS
.S-JL A MEDICINES, at the Store one door below
W. B. Johnston’s Jxwsljit, which he will sell at mo
derate prices; among which are
Whit* Lead, Red Lead, Black Lead, Litharge, Verdi
gris, Chromic Green, Chromic Yellow, Spanish Brown,
Yellow Ochre, Stone Ochre, Umber, Venetian Red,
Lampblack. Rosepink, Terra.de Sienna, Vermillion.
Prussian Blue, Osborn's water colours.
Linseed, Sperm, Whale, and Train Oil*, and Spt*.
Turpentiue, Copal, Japan, Coach, Leather, As Picture
Flesh, Hair. Hat, '’’mining, Varnish, Furniture, Tooth,
Paint, Nail, Cum Shoe, Scrubbing, Sweeping, Due
ling, Velvet, Whitewash, Clothes, Horse, and Velvet
Heavy hemp Bagging, Bagging twine twilled sack
' vlr*. -tine*, hat*, cap*, clank*,
Powder, shot, and lead, saddlcsand bridle*,
Set* Blacksmith tool*, casting*. Hardware,
Calicoes. Flannels. Blankets, Wat Calf skin*. Ac.
Which they will sell on as good terms as t an be had
in iin- market. £_ 11 Sept 10
S. I< Dl( KINSON7
A T the store formerly occupied by J. Abrahams ft co.
2m. on Cotton .ii'iuc jii<< tin: coeir to Patrick ft
' tin ou .id st lias now on hand a very select and
•;oice assortment of Dry Goods Ac. entirely fresh and
•r sale at reduced prices also
50 hhd* prime etigars.
•JO X. O. molasses.
150 Bags coffee.
' v . ' ■.-tun.
Cog Brandy, II. Gin, J. Rum, Malaga, Madeira,
Maraaiites, Port and Lisbon Wine*, Noyean. pepper
mint. Cinnamon, Hose, anil Life of man cordials. Ci
gars. suuff, tobacco, lump sugar, powder, tea. choc
olate. pepper, spice, indigo, salaeratus, ginger, starch,
soap, lamp oil, pickled poilc, primp bagging, .fall, css-
'Eicon tiept 22it. 13
GENC V A i\ D COM MI S&IOiN
JX DA III EX.
r iiV. undorrigned returns his thanks to his friends
r ur the liberal support which lie lias heretofore
et\,id from them in the above litip of business, and
■ iciisn continuance of their patronage. Hi* arrange-
•its for conducting business, and particularly in gi-
•<? despatch in receiving and forwarding produce ft
ci.Mudizc and protecting them while in his charge,
arc at least equal to thusc of any others in his line. lie
will spend the summer ill and in the vicinity of Darien,
and any business addressed to him will receive hi>per
-onal and prompt attention.
>*•JOHN T. HOWI.AND.
Shav iug Soaps, Wash Ball*, Drop Lake, Essence* of
Rose and Cedrat, Extrait de Mail, Flake White, Hair
Powder, Orris Root, Milk of Roses, Oil* of Orange,
Bergamot, Cedrat, Ciuuanion, La vender, Neroli. and
Roses; Oxy-chlorine Lotion, Poarl Powder, Pomatum,
Powder Puffs, Preston Salts, Pink Saucers, Taney vi
als, Tonquin Beans, Viu de Rouge, Vegetable Rouge,
A Macassar Oil.
Annatro, Cudbear, Fig Bine. Fustic, Gall*, Indig*.
Madder, Nicaragua Wood, Alum, Turmeric, and
Acetic, Citric, Oxalic A other Acids, Acoustic Oil,
Alcohol, Nitrate of Ammonia, Concentrated Liquor of
Ammonia, Atkinson’* Depilatory, Balm of Colombia,
Patent Barley, Breastpipes, Brimstone, Cayenne Pop
pet, Spanish Saffron, Aminoniaret of Copper, Sago,
Emetine. Cicuta Plaster, Ext. Aloes, Cinchona, Col-
ocvnth, F.laterium, Jalap, Kahinca, Nux Vomica, Rhu
barb. Rh&tania, Lead, Savin, Sarsaparilla A Cubpbr,
Dandelion, Valerian, Opium A others. Phosphate of
Iron. Red Oxydc of Iron, Tartariz’d Iron Ac. Ginger
Powders. Hei.-i.lton’* Elixir, Magnesian Aperient
English Calomel, Hoffmau’s Anodyne, Oil’d Silk or
Hat Case; Iodine, Jujube Paste, Lacturarium. Lan
cets, Patent Lint, Lupuline. Lobelia, Medical Spoons,
Acetate aud Sulphate of Morphia, Mustard, Oil* of
Caraway, Cop.iira, Croton. Fennel, Wintcrgrcen, Se
neca, De narcotised and Powdered Opium, Phospho
rus, Pipcrine, Pocket Instruments. Hydriedate A Ox
y-muriateof Potash, Pouer* Calholicpn, Liquor ofPo-
tash, Dragon’s Blood, Scatpu*, Stoughton’s Elixir,
Strychnine, Powdered Valerian, Rhubarbarine, Sali-
cine, Sanford’** Bark, Lac Sulphur, Syrup of Liver
wort, One Stethoscope, Swann’s Pauarea, Seiolits
Powders, Tamarinds, Tincture of Colchicum A Vine
ofCoIchicum, Trusses,Turbith Root, AVhite Hellebore,
Colchicum Seeds, Acetate **f Colchieum, Aromatic
Carbonate of Ammonia ; an Assortment of Patent Me
dicine*, and all other* in common use, Garden Seeds,
and Shop Furniture for Physicians.—
Couching, Cupping, and email Scaling, Instruments;
and one second hand set of Amputating and Trcpiin
ins Instrument*. April t!9
Steamboat SUPERIOR, Capt. George Willcox,
do. EXCEL, " J. L. Willcox.
filllLS company have now their line of Boats in
-H. complete order for freighting. They have a
o*'V steamboat added to their line colled the' Superior.
end ten Tow-Boats.
Toe Boat* will rua regularly betwo-n Macon and.
Darien, one of the steamboats leaving Darien every i
£to or fix day* with tow-boats. The company have J
M* lirtoeil tow-boats, all iirslrate boats, built express- !
!y for ih? navigation of the Octuulgee and Ahaniaha
r.rers; those increased facilities will enable the coin-
p«ay the means of giving the greatest ucspatch to
cotton or goods rhipjied by their line.
They have a Steamboat and a number of Sloops,
to carry cotton and merchandise between Darien ami
Savannah, and Darien and Charleston. There are
aho, five first rate Packets running regularly between
Darien and New York, which come to Hawes A
Miicbel, of Darien.
- Agents for the above Beats :
J. GODDARD, Macon.
Rotce, ITcsjtr A AVatrieit, Charleston.
I- OiLDWt.i A Co. Savannah,
Hawes A Mitchell, Darien, ,
Geo. Zv- Kooerts, llawkinsville,
Macon, ’.Mib Dec., 1835. _ 8fi
Ocmnlgee Steam itorft Company. "
- o„ uCMtimrca/'a JlsUittf
, ,V »it sale very cheap. The subsciiber desirous ol'
I’ disposing ofliis eutirc stock of llATS, will sell
.cm at rcry reduced prices, and many of them at the
•iia! east at the inanufactorv.
nov IS AVMH BURPS ALL.
The .Wacom ('lathing Store
I S removed to the store lately occupied by Ve**r»
Myrick, Napier ft Fireman, next to MrWm B '
ihnsoii's Jevrblry atom, where may bo found a good
Clothing, SFatH, Soots, Shoga and
Fancy Articles- curuistiug in part of
’ine blue, black, brown, green, olive inixt and silver
grey Frock Coals
me bine, black, brown, green, claret and olive Dies*
trown, green, mixt and silver grey Coatcee
- ipcr drab mixt brown and grem Over Coats
tVta-nhsta ovffr and ILifttiu; Coats—Ladieff Cloak*
•litlcinon’s cainblct Cloak*, mole-skin l lull ting eooU,
iiinet and bcavertecn round Jackets, Pantaloon*
veotiisOoroteg/i C-.male Institute.
T HE above iuftitutiqn. recently under the man-
ngement of Dr. Robert C. Brown, has been
purchased by the subscriber*, and its exercises will be
resumed under their direction, ou Monday, the Ilth
We assure the public, that all oar labors and exer
tion* will be directed to the promotion of female edu
cation. No pains will be spared to procure the ablest
assistant*, end the fullest supply ef school apparatus.
Iu proportion as the number of our pupil* increases,
/here will be a teacher for each cbi*s in the school.—
The plan <>f education will be the lame.aa that in the
best regulated College* for malea. in our country, and
similar institution* for female* in continental Europe-
There will be four classes or dapsrtmenu.vie : the
Piep irs'.ory, Third, Second and First: and when a
pupil enters the third, she will require three yeais to
graduate. Every pupil who graduates at our institu
tion, will have ts go through a rigid examination before
aboard of literary gentlemen, when, if she exhibit suffi
cient attainments, »he will receive an appropriate testi-
menial, bearing the seal of the Institute.
Pupils jvillbe' received atanv time, and for tny length
ol time, and will ho charged but for the period they
shall hive remained with us. Every branch of educa
tion will bo taught which can Constitute a wall educated
and domestic woman. There will bo but oru> examina
tion in a year, and the a, only tho Senior Clasa will bo
examined, unless there bo a special request to oxucice
the others. *
Two afternoons in every week will be devoted to nee
Every Saturday evening, ell the pupil* will assemble
fur the practice of sacred vocal music—and on the-first
Saturday of everv month, sneh assemblies will be open
to the friends of tie Institution.
Mr. Victor Lauste will have tho exclusive control of
the Musical department. This gentleman'* qualifica
tion* are too well known to callfur auy comment.
The Principal has had an experience of eleven years
as a teacher in this State and South Carolina—during
f Ml IDS company will be prepared to commence ha-
X siucos, early in tho next season—-They will have
a line of Packet* betweeu New York, and Darien and
r.aaia vessel* to forward goods from Darien to .Macon
—The agents in New York, Charleston, nnd Savannah,
will be authorised .to contract for the delivery of goods
it Macon, a* a freight agreed pn without intermedi
ate charge and the agent in Macon will receive cotton
deliverable in Savannah, Charleston, and Now York—
Tito compauy'e vessels and boats, will be of tir.-t class
with experienced commander*, aud no expense will be
spired to meet the patronage of the public.
PH. R. YONGE A SONS, Agents in Darien.
imv -*7tli I '’35 49
At Darien, Ga.
r.|1 HE undersigned have resumed business a* a-
.1. hove, and will a* heretofore pay prompt atten
tion to all business entrusted to th**ir care. We believe
w* have mado arrangements that will enable us at all
time* to forward goods for the interior with the least
poiiible delay, by steamboat* when the river will ad-
wit, or in extreme low river by email fiets or ligfc’—
bailt rxpreixlv for that business. On our wha
and Veits of almost every description
'otton aiitt woollen nett Shirt* and Drawer*, Flan- which time he hasnst only turned hi* whele attention to
i*|. Canton Flannel, plain and twilled Cotton Draw- j his vocation, through tbe neean* of beoks, but has im-
•n. I.inen and Cotton Shirt*. Flannel Shirts, Collars, j proved many opportunities of visiting the mast pepn
■ tn^oins. Gloves, Hosiery. Russian Belts, Black Ital- ; Ur female seminaries in the above States.
,.m and white Cravats, Cotton, worsted and Gum El-! O ur term* will boas low as we can possibly afford
i-tic suspender*, a great variety of Stock*, Unjj^ella* \ Board can be obtaihed in the Borough at $10 per month
filoth, Fur. and Hair Seal-skin Cap*. r —and those who may board in the family of the Prin-
30 ca*es Haw, Fino Boot* and shoe*. Indie Rubber ! cipsl will bare the strictest attenticn paid to their de-
^hoes, Ladici. India Rubier shoes. Also j portment. dress, manners, Ac. Parents willbe furftish-
Fine blue, black, invisible green, and Royal purple ! ed with monthly reports of the literary traemtions of
.’loth*. Buff Cassimurc, Tailor’s Trimmings, Milita- tho Institute
As the number of our boarders willbe limited, those
within.' to place their children with us, will pleaso ad
dress ns by letter, before the conuaenceEietit of the
LUCIF.N LATASTE. PriacipeL
Doc.Sd. 2'i St .
WM. H. BUKDSALL,
M AS Jnst received 3. new and extensive as
XtSASIf BLADE CIOTHSM,
HATS, SHOES, fyc.
which he is». Turing for sale at reduced prices
jFor Cash Only.
un stock corns re, is rsur, or the vollowmo :
Super Saxony, Blue, Black and Fancy Colored
Blue, Black, Mixed and Fancy colored Satinctts
Duffle. Point and Rose Blankets
Scarlet, Crimson. Green anti White Flannels
Printed Salshury do
Canton aad Snxony and Ganze do
Damask Table Diapers
Birds Rye and Russia do
Black, Bine and coloured Botubazetie* V
do do do Circassians
Bleached and Unbleached Shirtings A Sheeting*
Black Italian Lustring
do Groede Swiss
do do Naples
do do Berlin
do Bin chews end Sarsanem
Colored Gros do Naples
Black aud colored Florences
do Italian Crapes
Merino Mantles and Square Shawls
Common, Thibet wool. Valencia, Silk Damask
and twisted Silk Shawls
ITernani, Muslin, Crape, Gaazeand Gros de Na
ples Dross Udkfs
Ladies and Misses Bonnets
Irish Linens and Lawns
Cotton Cassiacra Bearer Fustians
English Moleskin Aprou and Furniture Checks
Domestic Plaids and Stripes Bed Ticks
Floor Cloth Baize Grtcn Frieze (’loth
Ftiruicure Dimity Russia SbeetiugBear Dnck
Cambric do Bleached Dowlas* Oznaburghs
Hangup Cord CoUol Yarn
Cotton, Worsted and Latubs wool Hosiery
Black and colored Cambrics
Satin aud Gauze Garnitures
Blk and col'd Lustring Ribbons
Dark aad light col’d Prints and Ginghams
Lace aud Gauze Veils
Fig’danJ plain Bobiset Lzco
Cambric, Saxony, Swiss, Mull, Nansook and
I inea Cambric Hdkfs
Pongee, Indian Flagani Spittlcfield ITJki
Carved and plain Shell Combs
Gentlemens English Buck, Beaver aud Goat
Ladies Beaver, Geat shic and Silk Gloves
Superfine blue, Flack, inviiible green, Adelaid,
brovitfj aad green Broadcloth Dress Coats,
Sunerfine blue, black, brown and green Cloth Frock
Superfine blue, olive, green and mix'd Cloth Coatteei,
and blue, steel mix'd and fancy colored Sattinet
Coattecs aud Frock Coats,
Super, blue, black, invisible green, drab, brown, olive.
and green Cloth Pantaloons,
Blue, black end fancy colored Sattinet Pautalooaa,
Youth's clothaad satlinet Dress and Frock Costs,
do de do Pantaloons.
Black and blue Caasimere, black and colored Velvet,
black Florizitise, Mack Bombazine, dark and light
colored Vclentis, English Silk, colored and white
Marseilles ToUinet, Swansdown and Sattinet Vest*
Camlet Cloaks aad Great Coats,
Mired, brown Cloth A Petorikam Box Coats.
Lyon Skin Overcoat*,
Fine Linen Shirts. Collars, Bosom*. Sock*, &c.
Men's £ Youth's Fur Hat*,
do. do. Wool do.
do. do. Cloth, Soal A Hair Capa,
Fine Boots A Shoes—Negro Shoes, Ac. ftc.
Oct. 15. 17
A N ACT to authorise th- issuing of grants l>i t*,e
State of Georgia, to the fortunate drawers of
all lot* of land, situate in the counties of Cherokee,
Cass, Cobb Forayth, Floyd, Giluier, UuipkiB, Mur
ray, Paulding, Union, and \Valk8r, which were drawn
in the .'ate land and gold lotteries; aad to iwpoel all
laws repugnant to the same.
Whereas, the legislature of Georgia, while it has hi
therto been directed to promote thegcitere) goad ot its
citizens, has at the «an.e time kept constantly i a view
tiie Indian tribes settled within its chartered ksuit* ;
and whereas time and experience have demonstrated
that the habits and principles of the ted man ar* adv
erse to the progressive and enlightened character of
the present day, and the longer he is kept in the neigh
borhood, and the oftener he is brought into contact
with civilized man, that he rapidly sinks into a corres
ponding state «fdegradation, and whereas tits present
executive df tire United States has, for years past us
ed the loo-t untiring efforts to transfer the remaining
reimia-'tof the Cherokee Indians to a climate and soil
beyond the Mississippi, far more eligible for them than
that they at present occupy, with an offer of protection
and ample support during their removal and cany set
tlement : they would have been surrounded wit'seero-
forts which are withheld from the yeonu.nry <4four
country who emigrate to the west; to a country to
which other Indian tribes have voluntarily gaue, lu..
in which tli# national character and habits ofthe Cin--
rokces wirtltd remain unchanged. It is assumed with
confidence that the great mass o f those Indians won!<
long ago have acceded to these humane and benevu
lent offers, but for the intriguing and selfish motive*
of their chiefs, in whom, by old custom, they have hi-
tlierio confided their destinies, and whereas a crisis-
ha* arrived when necessity demands that the past pol-
cy of the St.-.te. in relation to this tribe of Indians,
should be carried out. to wit: securing to these auc.
ginesa distant establishment, where they can eiijoi
their old and established habits and peculiar modes o
government, and thereby keep up their identity as
separate people ; to place our citizens in possession o!
undisturbed lands which have long been withheld ! .
them ; the occupation and cultivation of which wotii.
strengthen the Slate and add to the sum ot human ba,
pines*. And whereas recent and melancholy expo;,
etice has proven beyond doubt that a white popni.
lion and dense Indian one, cannot with safety ii.ter-
LlS’i' ol Leueia tuuoiiiii^- .... . ■ . . »t
Clinton Georgia, on the first day of January ,
John S Aderhold
John ilLvant. Kcuirk Basimove, Wm M Beall,
Sainiif 1 Blow, Amanda F liiiiii.^-Va, Juans JDarnr-.
il. Harriet Bird, Olyrk Blandfoid, The* Burtett, G
C Brooks, Joseph Bynum
Jamas A Coleman, VV Candler, John Cane, James
M Cole, Y Camden
l .da.und Doumas, AViUiam Denaing, John Davis t.
Chas A Ellis
Ilarrefl Flowers, W A Franks
I’haris Goare 2, Alien Green, John Glover V.
Miss Mary Griffin, Daniel Gtinn, Jama* Gilpin, Tt
•ter Hawkins 2. Columbus Hamner
'ntl otiv'Jofinsen, M ilhins Jackfon
ooiiu . Lewis, James Lowerry, Wm P \V Lear,
ard II T Lord. Arther Liberees, John E Lester •-..
Dauid McCloud 2. Aron Milter, Thomas Millc..
L'iioiuas Marshall, Elizabeth Nelson, Kirk McDanic:
lizaheth Moore, M A Marshall, George Miller,
: 'nnch Nichols, Dick T Odam. Spiva Owens
Burton Paul. Mrs B Philips. D II P Philips £ f
• feasant B Patterson. Joseph Kumney
•.Vtn R Smith, Xolm Sims, James Sinies, John Smith
James Sumner, Elijah Smallwood, Moses Smith, An-
•iisdis ^Uirgio, John Simmons, John Stillwell, ftlaii
John B Todd, Maryan Thcn’proo, Julius TumOr
Hosey Wi lls, John Woodall, Anderson Week**,
l.’obt \\ oodall. Travis A Weaver
John S Zacherv. JAMES SMITH, P. M.
ere Urge Storehouses, calculated for the storing of cot-
ten at the least possible expense, and our opportunities
to forward cotton inland or coastwise, are not exceed
ed by any other House.
IIAWES A MITCIIF.LL.
Darien, May 20.1635. 40
Commission Business, Barren
fflHE L'udersigned have formed a Copartnership
lor the purpose of transacting a general Com-
■isaion and outer otioinesa under the firm of
SNOW & ROGERS,
»ud offer theireerviccs to their fricuds, and the public
Cenerallv, in the above busines*. Forwarding Good*
and produce to and from the interior of the State, will
receive particular attention. It may be proper to
•tate tint they have no connection with any of the
«teant transporutionliuec; Goods for the interior will
always be eliiuped by those who will probably give
Uwm the greatest despatch. ISAAC SNOW,
,_J»nl.it?36 28 CEO. T. ROGERS
T HE Undersigned tenders his thank* to his friends
fot the liberal patronage he ha* for many yea'*
re 5.* lv *d'and aiHiires them that the same zeai with
which in his individual capacity he applied himself, will
‘breet hi* effort* in protecting thoee interests which
confided to the new establishment. 2* >
Hawn, Jin. I, 19.16 ISAAC SNOW.
ALMANACKS FOR 1836.
Hy ’Ehe Grom, Doaen, or *ingie,Jor sale by
, Cloths, .
I ry Trimming*, &c. Ac., all of which will be »e!d at
reduced prices for cash.
Macon oct. 22, 21 HORACE FITCH.
F. F. LEWIS,*
H AS taken tho stand a few doors above the CJo-
thiug Store of Mr. L Fitch, on Mulberry
street where he continues to carry • the Tailoring
businesa. He assures ull those who may favor him
with their custom, that their work will bt done at the
shortest notice, and iu the best manner. ^
Hu lia-on hand asupply ofthe best materials in hi*
line, consisting of
Blue, Black, royal Brown, Claret, Raven, Green,
- CASSIMEREB*—A good ossomoant.
A good variety ofthe best quality.
Petersham, aud a complete assortment of
TAILOR S TRIMMINGS.
lie respectfully solicits a share of the public pat
Macon, Oct 30 1631—24y
~d jf LOIR A MOLASSES.
-Jt* V barrels Canal Flour,
8 bhds Cuba Molasses, now crop, just received
and for sale tj REA A COTTON-
50 hbds St. Croix Sugar, prime quality,
150 bags Coffee.
209 pieces Hemp and Tow Bagging,
50,000 Havatina Scgnr*. choice. 26
TAINTS fy OILS.
-g OS Kegs White Lead,
II. 100 Gal)*, Linseed Oil,
lift do Whale do
160 do Lamp do
150 do Spirits Turpentine,
Copsl Varnish, Furniture Varnish,
Litharge, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Greea.
Umber. Ivory Black, Prussian Blue,
Vermillion. India Red, Pans Green.
Verdigris, Smalts all colours White Frosting,
Venetian Red, Spanish Brown,
Red Lead, Yellow Qcre, Whiting, Glue,
and Gold Leaf—Just received and for vice by
nov. 5th 1835. 19 CHARLES CAMPBELL.
Fire proof Buildings, corner of Mulberry and Second
JCeto Stor&BwIPresh (Xoocls.
T HE subscriber is now opening, on second street,
next uoor to Patrick ft. Martin, and nearly op
posite the Commercial Bank, a complete assortment of
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS.
Which will be told at prices much reduced, being bo’t
on reasonable terms and cheap, they will be sold ac
cordingly. Hit slock comprises in part as follows:
8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 London Duffii Blankets—10-4 and
12-4 fine Mackinaw do—Negro Plains and Linseys— .
super blue, black, brown mixt Cloths—Fine and com- *»-. free persons of color from compounding or dis-
mon Satiaei^ assorted colors—superfine Valenti* and P eU!i *ng °f medicine* in druggist and apothecaries
Toiliaet Vestiags-enper white and led Flannels—do ? tore “. alld to compel druggist* and apothecaries to
Merino do. i keep arte me and other dangerou* powon* under lock
STUFFS. “*“! k »>- * c
Black and colored 6-4 Marinos—do do Boiubazetts—
fine 64 Bombxziace—Pink Ratinet—figured Circas-
mingle in the same region ol country, especially in tin
Oherokefe counties, in many of which the Indians pre
dominate, whose minds arc uninformed or uninfluen
ced by moral pinciples, and whose habits ami ferocious
customs mnke them insensible to the effects of penal
sanctions; thereby placing our citizens, their wives ft
children, and all that is dear to them, at the mercy 01'
the savage, stimulated by vindictive passions—And
whereas, from a knowledge of the Indian character
end from the present feeling* of these Indian*, it is
confidently believed that the right of occupancy of t
the land* in theit possession, should be withdrawn,
that it would be a strong inducement to them to treat
with the geaera : government and consent to a remo
val to the west—And whereas the present Legislature
openly avow that their primary object in the measures
intended to be pursued are founded on real humanity
to these Indiana, and with a view in a distant region
to perpetuate them with their old identity of churar
er. under the paternal care of the government ef the
United States ; at the same time frankly disavowing
any selfish or sinister motive* towards them in their
Section I. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the State of Georgia in General As
sembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the
same. That immediately from and after the passag-
of this act, it shall be the duty of lug excellency the
governor, to cause grants to issue for all iota which
have been drawn iff the late land and gold lotteries,
now situate in the counties of Cherokee, Can, Cobb,
Forsyth. Floyd, Gilmer, I.umpkin, Murray, Paulding,
Union, and Walker, in the name ofthe fortunate draw
ers thereof, upon his her or their application, upon the
pajrmentof the fee. now established by law, into the
treasiny of thi? Slut*. ,
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted by the. authority a-
foresaid, That if any Indian, descendant of an Indian,
nr other person entitled to the privileges of an Indian,
shall be in the possession or occupancy of any lot or
lots of land which may be hereafter granted according
to the provisions of this act. or any part thereof, it
shall not be lawful for such grantee, or any person clai
ming under him. her or them, to dispossess, molest, or
in any way disturb the possession of such Indiin octue
pant, (provided such Indian or person entitled to the
privileges ofan Indian are entitled to the possession
under ary ofthe laws now in force in this state,) until
the twentv-iif'h day of November, J836, and not then
if a future legislature shall deem it necessary to give-
such Indians further time to remove from the lands
within the limits of Georgia; and sneh occupant shall
be protected in his possession and occupancy of such
lot or lots of land In the same manner as pres
cribed by law, until the time as pointed out in this act.
See. 3. And be it further enacted, That all laws and
parts of laws which militate against the true intent and
meaning of the firegoing act, bo, and the same are
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ROBERT M. ECHOLS. >
~ ' President ofthe Senate.
Assented to, December2I, 1835.
WILLIAM ttCHt, P Y. Gor.mor.
■A i . i. .Si. man by the name ol James Power*, a-
& bout 21 or 2' years of age, florid complexion,
■nnd fare, -'bout 5J feet high, had on a stet 1 milr'
ruck coat, end a fur cap—borrowed a horse sadd.c
rid le and martingales of me en the Oflili Dec. to go tx
" .aid t» Forsyth. Monroe,and was to be back by the
-f inat. but nothing has been heard of him since.—
"he horse was a small brown horse wilh white specks
•nhismrap, 7 oreightyears old. Tht-laddie was c,
icw one, with brass stirrups. The bridle and martin-
rales of black leather. A reward ofTen Dollats wil
>e paid for the horse, and Ten for the thief if stolen.
Macon. Jan 7. 29 JOSEPH WAIN WRIGHT.
O.M1C Almanack*, and Beers Alctaaicksforcsic
J. II. & W.S. ELLIS.
; .t .V C B -V G 9* tf 2IS I* S.
PAIR Gtqiilemen’s Banning Pnrops,
100 do Ladies' fine Pinnella and Kid
slipper*, Fronch pattern, by
Jsu 1 ^3 ISAAC NF.WHALL
I N the streets of Macon by a servant, a gum of tsc
nev, which the owner rati hove by proving h:S
property—apply to CHARLES CAMPBELL,
Mr.con, Jan. 20, 1S36 2t
A SUPPLY' of Row.imlV.Tome Mixture, aeertais
•cure fer the Fever and .Ijpie. just received aad
for sale bv J- II- & 'V. 9 F.LLI8.
jniin Ifi-52 Cotton Avenue. Rf'icon.
4 GENERAL Assortment of I>r«gS, IHldh-
cine*, Ac. iu*t received from New Y ork, fi.
sale by 28 J. H. ft W. S. ELLIS.
super end common plain end twilled Calicoes—swigs.
Jaconet, Mull and Book Muslins—black and colored
cambric Ginghams—Irish Linens in £ pieces very fine
—colored sn<i white Homespuns—Rowen cassimcres
and checks—birdseye and Russia Diapers—Linen
cambric likfs, Russia sheetings, ftc
Black caper Poi de ooie silka—do Italian Lustring uu
—rich colored silk* very cheap—Levantines, earsnets
Mandarin, Herninei, embroidered Romani, Bagdad,
rich gatitt, figuered Thibet, embroidered Thibet wool
and marlin gauze Hkfa—rich figured gauze Ribbons—
Handsome thread Edgings and Quilting*—Blond Ed
ging* and Bobinet Laces—and many other article*,
which cannot fail to give satisfaction as to price and
quality. dec 17 25
* ARCHIBALD McARN
H AS removed to the new Fire Proof Buildings
corner of Mulberry * Second Street, where
wiil he found a good stock of Staple Dry Goods,
Hats, Caps, and r>hoe», with a ge* eral stock of Gro
ceries, Iron. Silt, ftc. for sale at the market prices.
Macon nov. 4tli 1833. 19
SUGAR. COFFETE, Ac.
of* AX HHDS. prime St. CroixSugare,
U 20 barrel* N. Orleans do
100 do Canal Flour,
100 do' Howsrdst.de
125 piece* Hemp Begging.
30 big* Cuba Coffee,
20 half qr. auks Malaga Wine,
50,000 IIavannah Segars, of the Veit quality,
For sale by
Jan. 14 30 REA ft. COTTON
«k 4X bbU Canal f lour,
20 Kcge luird*
50 Boxes Cheese,
10 Half bids No 1 Mackerel,
Juft received and for sale by
nov. 5. 1835. 19 CHARLES CAMPBELL.
Fireproof Building* corner Mulberry ft- Stcond st.
fUjIIIi copartnership here.tofor eexistuig utnfir the
fi nn of Shotwdl. Brown If Co. is this day dissolv
ed by mutual consent. Tho business will be rontinu-
ed by II. Sf J. Shotwell, who will n.ritle the accounts.
3 HARVEY bHOTWELL.
WM. G. BROWN,
»-— 11.1 igas 2T
re fm Bags prime green Coffee
JL 25 bbdsat Croix P. R. and N. O. sugar
C Boxes Leaf sugar
10 hhds Molasses
50 bbl* N E Rum
30 “ superior Whiskey
Jamaica nnd st Croix Rum
Hoi. Gin, Cog. Brandy
Sperm and Tallow Candle*, *oap, itarch,Chocolate,
Salt, Irou-CasUntfs, Ragging, Bale
RopP, together with a complete assortment of
Fancy, and. Staple Dry Goods.
Jan. 21 30 F. RUSSLLL,
jjfOUSE Painting, plain and ornamental, either
JjL is the city or country. Chairs repainted ^and
ornamented. Lookingglas* or picture frame* gilded
or bronzed . . . .
Signs painted, and Fancy painting of various «Jee
criprionswiUkedonebya^pIvirgto ^ SIJJa
Jacxso.i Butts Coostt, Jan. 15, 1836.
Dr. mu. Jf. Simpson
U ESPF.CTFULLY informs the vicinity of Jiici-
son, and the public generally, that he has located
himself tn south East Corner opposite Asa Mann’s in
said village, where he will attend to all business in bis
line, viz: the Practice of Medicine, Sar-
gery, midwifery* Dentistry, &c.
He flatter* himself that he will be able to give gene
ral satisfaction to all those who m&v favor him with
their.patronage. He also feels grateful for past favors
conferred upon him, and expects a ccotinuance of the
same. 3t 39
N ACT to prohibitthe employment 01 slave* .uni
Section I. Beit enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives of the slate of Georgia in General - ls-
Gallons Winter strained Lamp Oil very
vW handsome—just received and for eale
by II. &J. SHOTWEI.L.
Jan. 14. 30 Opposite the Central Hotel.
S AM determined to sell my entire Stock of Goods,
which comprise almost every article suited to the
trade of thi* place, Merchaate and Planter* will di
well tn rail. Nov. 19. 21 DAVID RALSTON
irifAUTION.—• All persons are cautioned against
trespassing on Lot of Land No 294. 23d district
of Wilkinson county, as the law willbe rigidly enfor
ced agaiust all violator*, jan 20 Itp
6 30 JONA. STANFORD.
sembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the
same. That from and after the first day of January
next, any person or persons having iu his, her or their
employment, any siavsor free persons of color in any
apothecary shop or druggist store in this State, m the
apothecary branch of their business, in putting up.
compounding or dispensing purchasing or vending
anv drug or drugs, or medicines of auy discription,
kind or sort, whatsoever, shall be guilty of a high mis
demeanor, and ou conviction thereof inany courthav-
ing cognizance of the same, shall be fined the sum of
one hundred dollars for the first offence, and for every
subsequent offence shall be fined in the sum of five
hundred dollar*, one half of said 0ne to go to the in
former. and the otlier half into the county treasury for
.Sec. 2. And be U further enacted by the authority a-
foresaid, That every druggist or apothecanr, or any o-
ther person or persons vending any medicines of a
poisonous quality, shall not Tend the same to any per
son sr parsons of color, under the penalties aforesaid.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted by the authority a-
foresaid. That nothing in this act shallbe so construed,
as to prevent druggist* aud apothecaries from employ
ing any negro or free person of color, in that branch
of their business which doe* not require them to open
theit drugs or medicines, or compound or dispensing
the same: but they maybe permitted to employ said
verson* to perform the laborious part of thetr work,
under the immediate direction and control of some
Sec. 4. Andbe it further enacted by the authority a-
foresaid. That all laws and parts of laws, militating a
gain3t this act. be and the same are hereby repealed.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
ROBERT M ECHOLS,
President of the Senate.
Assented to, December 26,1835.
29 2t WILUAM SCH.IVY. Governor.
/JfEREAS ray wife NANCY GARNF.L
' has left my bed and board without any just
cause whatever, these are therefore to forbid *11 per
sons trusting or liarboring her on my account, as I sh:._i
pay no debts of her contracting.
1 JOHN GARNER.
Jones co.. Geo. Dec. 29tlnl835 ; __dec31_27_4tv
GEORGIA jCOURT of ORDINARY.
Crawford County, y adjourned term, Jan. 11. '
I T appearing to th* Court from the petition ol \h tr.
McDonald, that Ytm Lacey deceased, late tf
Monroe county, did on the twenty-first day of Februa
ry 1829, make and execute hi* bond conditioned t<»
make tides to Lot No. 116 in the 7tlt district of Lee
county, when the plat and giant is taken out, and it
further appearing to the Court that sBond is com
plied with so far as taking out the *aht Grant: now
this is to notify the administrator of the aaid Wa» La
cey and all parties concerned, that As said tdminietra-
torwill he ordered to snake and eaecute titles to said
Lot of land according to th* condition of said Bond,
unless good and sufficient esuse be shown to the con
trary in th# term required by I#w : is i# farther orde
red that three months notice of this #rder h# published
by the clerk ofsaid Court, in one of the public Gazette
o f the state, and in two other public places ia said coun
ty of Crawford.
A true extract from the minutes of said Court.
Jan. II. 1836 30 WM, IT- BROOKS,c. c. o.
'lac /njciivr Court sitting for ordinary purport), 7nS
-j: —. ,k:. «Ufc Jnoonre. lH'.tR Prr.
pursuant to adjournment, this 5th Jnnuary, 1836 PrC
scntlheir Honors Jno. L. Blackburn, James heal, Juo.
B. Reid, and J B ltiUiamson, JatHtea—RVLKHISI.
I T Appearing to the court on the diotiwig #f Faddy
Whittington, that Nathan Bryatt during bis lift
time did make aud execute to your petitioner fcis bond
under penalty of nine hundred dstlars, 1* execute tit
les to your petitionsr to the south half of Utoflsfid Nfr
two hundred and and five,and n#rtii half of lot oflnnd
So two hundred and four, both lying and b#i*g in tho
second district of formerly Monroe note Bike county:
and whereas-the said Nathan Bryant died without'ex
ecuting titlee to saifl half lots of land to you r petition
er, and whereas Vbutr petitioner h?» uow filed iu the
clerk’s office of this court a copy of said hMi : It is
therefore ordered by the court that th# executor
or legal representatives of th# said Bathr.n Bryant
deceased, file their objection* if auy they luve.
why tiie executor of the estate of tho ##m Nathan
Bryant should not be di.ected aftar th# exp.aa’.iou of
three months publication of this rul# *.e s.:*ke title t#
your petitioner to said half Jot* of land qgr<te#bly t#
said bond ; and it i* further ordered thaw a copy of
this rule be published for three mouths iu A# Csorgin
Telegraph. A true copv from th# minute* of said
court. 29 H. G. JOAMlNs. o. o.
GEORGIA: Butts county.
W 'HEILHaS Elizabeth C. Deiiais applies
to me for letter* dishiistory from the ad*
ministration of John Dennis deesiasd
These are therefore to ti’e and admonish all and singu
lar the kindred odd creditors of said deceased to be and
appear at my office within the time prescribed by late, to
shew cause if ooy they have, why said tutors should net It
Given underlay hand at office thi# lith August 1836.
8 JOHN McCOBD, c. c.o.
GEORGIA: Coweta County
a .1 B D E -V S FED S.
A SUPPLY of fresh GARDEN SEED8 111st re
ceived—Also, The Gardener's .7Ian-
ttel, with instructions for cultivating Garden Plants,
ftc.—Price 124 cts. For sale by
:-.n 23 J. H. ft W. 8. FI.I IN.
T HE Charleston Fire ft Marine Insnura-ee
Company, will take risks on Goods and Prod
uce, shipped from Macon te Darien, Savannah. Char
leston. or New York, or shipped from either of those
parts t# Must. J*n. 14 2t £9
(MIN C. BAW3CN, Agr*.
troops nnd Militia; and that our fellow-citizens in that
territory stand in need ef assistance from ibe patriotic
citizens of Georgia.
The Commander-in-chief, under existing circum
stances, will not ORDER the MILITIA of GEOR
GIA. or anv rvartof them, to march beyond the limits
of the 8tate But he earnestly invites such of the
Volunteer Corps as are willing to go to the relief
of their suffering fellow-citizens of Florida, immedi-
Jitcly 10 signify to bun their readiness for such service.
'Bvorder of the Commander-in-chief.
uyoraer jjoLMNG If. ROBINSON,
2 t 30 Aide-do-Camp.
!0* The Gazettes published in Columbus. Macon, j
-—ifEio LtTAiMTftST gIT '*
.milcdzcviltc, Jan. 13, 18G6.
T HE(.’ommauder-iu-chief has received official in-
formatioi trora his oxceiiency, JOHN If. Y-A- --pear \ _
TON, Governor of Florida, Uiat a ba.tle occurred in cause if any they hate, echy add
that territory on the 31st Decembrr last, between the eTSnie g,
Seminole Indians and a detachment of I nited States. Giv#* under my baud at offise OctoLer Slot 4: >4
BWrilKREAfi Jamos McCracki* applies to
Y V the inferior court of said c«*tnty when
sitting as a court ef ordinary, for !«ers dismissory
from the administration ofthe estate of Watson Fat-
7’hese are therefore to cite and admonish all and,
singular the kindred and creditor* of said deceas
ed ' to file their object ions (if any they have,) in my
office within the time prescribed by law,, why said
letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office this 6th July 1835.
* H DAVID MOSELEY, c.c.o.
GEORGIA: Houston County.
"irWARDY Hargrove applies to *e for letters qf
jj g Dismission from the estate of fltyf.in* Lig1
Hugh L. Dennard applies for le.tors of Discus
from the estate of John Decuard c.-scoaix*J;
These arc therefore to cite and c-dxuxiiJi oil ana . te
gular the kindred and creditor* df scad dux/uJl bk (t
a* my office within the time srtMcrSj.d bylq (p
. Lstu. dAtria, t
CHARLES Tl. RICE. o.
Gf ORG1 A: FiU County.
ste/HF.REAS Fre#Ki* LUi-lftsui «4i«ji**#aor
|f of Ute Estate of Isaac Watfla,w*
apolie* tome forlotlctsofdiwntsatoat:
These are therefore fa site cad odsuonieft <sU aad
Singular the kindred and creditors of odd (*■
ceased, to be and appear at my ojjict within the
time prescribed by laic, to shtil cause ij any they
can tchy said letters shall n»l ks grunttd th- rr..
Given under my handat office its 6th day of Jan’y
1-136. 29 ’ H.G. JCBN30N.C, c. o.
!H» The Gazettes published in Columbus. ->lacon. j Wfat on Chcrr~*trVeT U-' rei.L adjoining‘tEe
MUWgeviUe. Augusta and Savannah will give the a-, - T X n ranh tnciff#> f 'be onmex
^obPriatinsTd^»« at th»& Office# t Blanks for salt at t’ts office