Hy ]ft. »IRTI.ETT.
.7/.ico.r, gjeobgi.j, THk usmj.i r, .n.tJtcu s, isbg.
A a m* oj sabsMTiiur oi:.
r.insK JIOM.ASW.P‘<i'i KicMncc. trill pm/for the pa-
1 E ,v * Kou^n, mu/ i» «KMK«, MS )M|
r iter nt» #r*«. Ts'f Dollars, paid in adcancc
blinker pc, fitter*. . .
vJir 'sJ 0 ' ,t,r fet*'fi tc M . I
Il hJi v'd P“M * u months after the year has
mt Ufi Three Dollars anil f'ifily. Cents per annum
charged. If not paul until the end of the yrnr,
l‘asr Dollarsper annum tall be charged—irith interest
ihtrceftcr. of AdVeMhlnf
' - .Vi
T HE undersigned begs leave to inform lii* friends &
public generally, that liowill continue the above
business in all its various branches at the old staud for-
inerlv occupied by Dennett & Carter in East Macon,
.where he olfers a" the usual facilities in business by
... making liberal advances on produce stored with him,
AJrrtisements not exact ling one hundred ,cords, half " " n ^'Pmentslo his friendsin SavannalnJCharleston,
jj.fl or ticrlee bn tier lines, icill be inserted one time ; Yo **' ? I,S Ware H™** are conveniently sit-
l^OsTdMu. H'*c* more than one insertion u given, I , r ,* ver - »».? rcmMc *«» buildings
tf 0 .! fir the first, and 50 cents for each coAnuoncc. ; vl,,ch rem,crs ‘1mm quite secure from danger by fire.
(tits O', the first, and 50 cents far each coimnuance.
!]!/>,cn irhich a deduction of one fourth iciU be mode, when
jj.j in advance.
” Sheriff, Tat Collectors' and Coroners' Sales art char-
"\’nr^ fierrtisers trill be allowed two squares in each
asset ftr Twenty Dollars per annum; and in the same
for a larger space—payable quarterly.
The expenses of onr business, and the state of the limes,
r)a irt. that these terms standi be rightly adhered to.
VO UK & DARIEN
Line of Packils.• - v
lilUti Amelia Strong, J. Cliace, Master,
Premium, Mr. Matthews, “
c\v 44 Darien, C. 1*. Buckley, 44
• “ Macon, A. Bilibins, 44
l ' ScI.r. D. B. Crane. T. Baker, 44
\;| -..,vl and substantial vessels, well calculated for the
trade, with good accommodations for passengers, and
evisrieuccu commanders. Olio of the vessels will nl-
vra ‘ V s lm at each endof tbo Lino to receive freight, and
„.jjj. ,i| regularly once a week. Shippers by this line
r i.i ellect Insurance at live cightlis per cent and they
mi. r lv upon the vrssels being regularly despatched.
Tli ! s il'ucribers are also agents for several Steamboats
11 ran regularly during the boating season between
p.irica, Ilawkinsville, and Macon, and are induced to
belief • that they can give great facilities in forwarding
euails destined'for the interior of the State.
6 HAWES &. MITCHELL, Agent
Darien. 1st July, JHliS 3
Pioneer Stettin Hotel Ai.uf.
I I til transportation to and from Macon, is now in
^ complete order. A superior new Steam Boat
called "David Crockett” with two powerful Engines,
and several first rate freight boats have been built since
the close of the last season and placed on the line.
Strain Boat Pioneer, Capt. Goodwin,
“ 44 Daniil Crockett, “ JIP Comtek
will ply regnlatly between Darien and Macon, one of
them leaving Darieu about once a week with freight
boats in tow.
Strain j33.it €?23«VZ12L1253?0£i?.
will run constantly lietwcen Darien ami Savannah
autl .id'ord the greatest despatch to Cotton.
The subscriber’s whole attention is devoted to facili
tiling transportation between Macon and the Sea
Port*. He has invested a largo sum to put his line in
tbo most complete order, and believes that bis arrange-
in nits for giving despatch to freight and keeping it in
good order, while in liis cum; will make it the interest
of Cotton Shippers and Merchants ordering goods, to
combine their favors.
At ifarienho has secure and convenient Warehouses
for reception of floods, and his
Wharves there are covered
v*hich enable* him to keep all Cotton shipped on his
Un its under shelter and protected from the weather
wliiio landed for feshipment.
JAMES It BUTTS
IIoi.comiTr, Puck &. Co., Charleston.
JJ. P. Butts, Savannah,
.1; T. Howi.asd, Darien
It. B. Halstead, Ilawkinsville.
Maconi Ynv. IS. 1834.-22 _
Alttfon Sleant Slant Company.
Steamboat SUPERIOR, Capt. George Willcox.
do. EXCEL. " r. L. Willcox.
ret ills company have now tltcir line of Beat* iu
JL complete order for freighting.. They have a
new steamboat added to'their Itlffe Called the Superior,
and tsn Tow-B.ml*.
The Boat* will run regularly be two- n Macon and
Darien, one of the steamboats leaving Darien every
live or six days with tow-boats. The company have
now sixteen tow-boats, nil first rate boats, built express
ly for the navigation of the Ocmulgce and Altamiha
rivers; these increased facilities will unable' the com-
puny the means of giving the greatest ucspatch to
rottoii or goods shipped by their line. ,
They have a Steamboat ami a number of Sloops,
to carry cotton and merchandise between Darien and
Savannah, and Darien and Charleston. There are
hI-ii, live first rale Packets running regularly between
itiri.m am! Now York, which come to Hawes &
Jlitriiel, of Darien.
Agents fur the abore Hunts :
J. GODDARD, Macon.
Bovrr., Hr.xnr & W.u.Ti:rt, Charleston.
L. Uii.nwis iV Co. Savantiali,
Hawks iV Mircim.i., Daricw.
lino. lv. Kodkkts, llawkiusvillcv
Macon, 24 ill Dec., 1835. 2R
Insurance can be effected at lowest rates if required.
'The nnJersigned will give his whole attention to Die
above business and hopes to receive a portion of pub.
lie patronage. A General assortment of Groceries
will be constantly kept ou band and sold at the lowest
price*. sept 9 It H. K-CARTER.
W ABB -HOUSE,
Unit heretofore conducted by them. Their Ware
House is ronvcuie.iitly situated on second street, near
ly adjoi-) -g their store. All cotton consigned to them,
either by Hie planters or dealers in the article, or or
ders to i-oll or buy in this market, will be promptly
at tended to.
They have also a convenient close storage house
for the reception of merchandize from Die country ;
the receiving aud forwarding of which, will receive
a particular share of their atteutinn. Liberal advan
ces will lie made on cotton stored, or cm shipments to
aiiv market, when desired.
They also have on hand, and expect shortly to re
ceive a large and general assortment of
Such as. St. Croix and Portoricoifc Havannasugars,
Cuba. Rio and Java coffee, Liverpool salt,
Swedes Iron, Nails, Brads, cast, German and blister
Heavy hentp Bagging, Bagging twine twilled sack
Negroes clotlis, 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 be had
in this market. , II Sept 10
AGENCY AND COMMISSION
fill HE undersigned returns his thanks to his friends
for the iibcrtd support which he has heretofore
received from them in the above line of bu.-aness, and
solicits a continuance of their patronage. His arrange
ments for conductingjMtsinei&, aud- particularly in gi
ving despatch in receiving and forwarding produce &
merchandize and protecting them while in his charge,
ore at least equal to those of any others in his line. He
will spend the summer in and in the vicinity of Darien,
and any business addressed id him will receive his per
sonal and prompt attention.
jnfie 15 1335-53 JOHN T. ROWLAND.
The .lineon Clothing Store
I S removed to the store lately occupied by Messrs
Myrick, Napier it Freeman, next to Mr Win B
iohnson’s Jewelry store, where may he found a good
Clothing, lints, Boots, Shoes anti
Fancy Articles- connoting in pari of
Fine blue, black, brown, green, olive mixt and silver
grey Frock Coats
Fine blue, black, hrotvn, green, claret and olive Drees
Brown, green, mixt and sliver grey Coatee*
hiper drab mixt brown aud green Over Coats
Petersham over and Hunting Coats— laidies’ Cloaks
Fcntlcincn’s canihlet Cloaks, mole-skin Hunting coat.*
Datinet anil bcaverteen round Jacket*, Pantaloons
and Vests of almost every description
Cotton nuil woollen nett Shirts and Drawers, Flan
nel, Canton Flannel, plain alid twilled Cotton D Miv-
ers. Linen and Cotton Shirt*, Flannel Shirts, Collars,
Bosoms, Gloves, Hosiery. Russiau Belts, Black Ital
ian and white Cravats, Cotton, worsted and Gum El
astic suspenders, a great variety of Stock*, Umbrellas
Cloth, Fur, aud Hair Seal-skin Caps.
30 cases Hats, Fine Boot* and shoes, India Rubber
Shoes, Ladies India Rubber shoes. Also ... %
Fine blue, black, tnvi'sibfe green, and Royal purple
Cloths, BnfTCassimere, Tailor’s Trimmings, Milita
ry Trimmings, iSc. Ac., all of which will be sold at
reduced prices for cash.
Macon oct. 22, 21 HORACE FITCH.
NEW DRUG STORE.
DR. St. ZOO JiXS
fJTAS jus; received a large assortment of DRUGS
JUS. & .MEDICINES, at the Store one door below
W. B. Jouysros’s Jkuki.kv, which he will sell at uio
derate prices -, among which arc
White Lead, Red Lead, Black Lead, IJlharge, Verdi
gris, Chromic Green, Chromic Yellow,Spanish Brown,
Yellow Ochre, Stoue Ochre, Umber, Venetian Red,
Lampblack, Roscpiuk, Terra do Sienna, Vermillion.
Prussian Bluo, Osboru’s water colours.
Linseed, Sperm. Whale, and Train Oils, and Spts.
Turpentine, Copal, Japan, Coach, Leather,Picture
Flesh, Hair. Hat '■"'raining, Varuish, Furniture, Tooth.
Paint, Nail, Corn 'Shoe, Scrubbing, Sweeping, Dus?
ling. Velvet, While wash, Clothes, Ilonse, and Velvet
Cologne, Rose Honey, Florida, Lavender. & Orange
Flower Wate.. Aromatic Vinegar, Bears’ Oil, Antique
Oil, Chlorine Tooth Wash, Cream Soap and other
Shaving Soaps, Wash Ball*, Drop Lake, Essences of
Rose and Cedrnt, Kxtrnit de Moil, Flako White, Hair
Powder, Orris Root. Milk of Roses, Oils of Orange,
Bergamot, Cedrut, Cinnamon, Lavender. Neroli, and
Roses; Oxy-chloriuc Lotion, Pearl Powder, Pomatum,
Powder Puffs, Preston Salts, Pink Saucers, Fancy vi
als, Tonquiit Beans, Vin de Rouge, Vegetable Rouge,
& Macassar Oil.
Anuatto, Cudbear, Fig Blue, Fustic, Galls, Indigo,
Madder. Nicaragua Wood, Ahitii, Turmeric, and
Acetic, Citric, Oxalic ifc oilier Acids, Acoustic Oil,
Alcohol, Nitrate of Ammonia, Concentrated Liquor of
Aunuotiia, Atkinson’s Depilatory, Balm of Columbia,
Patent Barley, Brcastpipes, Brimstone, Cayenne Pep
per, Spanish Saffron, Aiumoninret of Copper, Sago,
Emetine, Cicula Plaster, Ext. Aloes, Cinchona, Col-
ocyntli, Elateriitm, Jalap, Kahiuca, Nux Vomica, Rhu
barb. Khatania. Lead, Savin, Sarsaparilla & Cubelis,
WM. II. BUR08AI.L,
AS Just received a new and extensive as
HATS, SHOES, S>-c.
which ho is (Jeritig for sale at reduced prices
For Cash Onh/.
HIS STOCK CONSISTS, IN PAUT, OF THK FOI.T.OUTSG ;
Super Saxony, Blue, Black aud Fancy Colored
Blue, Black. Mixed and Fancy colored Satinetls
Duffle, Point ar.d Rose Blankets •
Scarlet, Crimson. Green stud White Flannels
Printed Saisbury do
Canton and Saxony aud Gauze do
Damask Table Diapers
Birds Eye aud Russia do
Black, Blue and coloured Bomhuzcttes -
do do do Circassians
Bleached aud Unbleached Sh-irtinfg*& Sheetings
Black Italian Lustring
do Ch-os de Swiss
do da Napfor
do do Beiliu
do Sinchews ami Sursancts
Colored Gras tic Naples ,
Black and colored Florences
do Italian Crapes
Merino Mantles and Square Shawls
Common, Thibet wool, Valentin, Silk Dutnask
and twisted Silk Shawls
Ucrnaui, Muslin, Crape, Gauze and Gros de Na
ples Dress Hdkfa
Ladies and Misses Bonnets
Datrdelio.1 Valerian, Opium & others. Phosphate of I Irish Linens mid La wits
p r r;w, Vi.y t !' ! .," n-J 0 ri 3! a , r,ar M t!T A Cotton Cassimors Beaver Fustians
Lglih CalLei! IIoffiSS’a’AildySe, OU dSilkor j;-»sl'sh Moleskin Apron andI Furniture Checks
Hat Case; Iodine, Jujube Paste, Lactucarinm. Lan- P w “® sUc } •j, 1 ’ 1 ? ai,( | toinpes Bed l icks
rets, Patent Lint, Lujuiline, Lobelia, Medical Hpoous, Floor Cloth Larzo (*recn Frieze (?loth
Acetate and Sulphate of Morphia, .Mustard, Oil* of Furniture Dimity Russia SbeetingBcar Duck
Caraway, Copaiva, Croton, Fennel,\Vintergreen, Se- Cambric do Bleached Dowlass Oznaburghs
neca, Denarcotiscd and Powdered Opium, Phospho- Hangup Cord Cotton Yuru
rus, Piperine. Pocket Instruments. Ilydriodate & Ox Cotton, Worsted and Lambs wool Hosiery
y-muriateof Potash, Potter’s q*Jioffcon, Liquor of Po- BlfU:k atl( J colored Cambrics
twh, Dragon s Blood, Seatons, SWngfctouV Elixir. U t| aud Gat|ze Garnitures
Strychnine, Powdered Valenuti, Rhubarbnrine, Sab-1 „„ , . , . .,...
cine, Sanford’s Bark, Lac Sulphur, Syrup of Liver- J^lk and col d Lustring Ribbons
wort, One Stethoscope, Swann’s Panacea, Seidlitz Dark aud light col <• l nuts aud Ginghams
Powders, Tamarinds, Tincture of Colrhicmo,. Wine Lace ami Gauze Veils
ofColchicmn, Trusses, TurbithRoot, White Hellebore, j Fig’dand phiftf Bobinet I.aco
Colchicnm Seeds, Acetate «f Colchicuni, Aromatic | Tltread Lacts
Carbonate of Ammonia ; an Assortment of Patent Me
dicines. and all others in common usg, Garden Seeds,
and Shop Furniture for Physicians.—
Couching, Copping, and small Scaling, Instruments;
and one second hand set of Amputating and Trephin
ing Instruments. April 29
Or m til gee Steam Boat Cotntmny.
F. F. LEWIS,
AS taken the stand a few doors above the Clo
thing Store of Mr. L. Fjtrh, On Mnlbcrry
street where he continue* to carry on the Tailoring
business. He assures all those who may favor him
with dieir custom, that their work will bt. done at the
shortest notice, and in the best manner.
lie has on hand a supply of the best materials in his
line, consisting of
Blue, Black, royal Brown, Claret, Raven, Green,
CASSIMERE3,—A good assortment.
A good \nnetyoftiie best quality.
Peler.-'linm, and a complete assortment of
lie respectfully solicits a share of the public pat
Macon, Oct 30 1834—24y
Cambric, Snxonyi Swiss, Mull, Nainsook aud
I inen Cambric Htikfs
Pongee, Indian Flag and Spittlcficld lldkfs
Carved aud plum Shell Combs
Gentlemens English Buck, Beaver aud Goat
Ladies Beaver, Goat skiu aud Silk Gloves
Superfine blue, black, invisible green, Adelaid, olive
brown and groen Broadcloth Dress Coats,
Superfine bluo, black, brown and green Cloth Frock
Superfine blue, olive, green and mix'd Cloth Coattees,
and blue, steel mix’d and fantj> Colored Sattinet
Coattees anil Frock Coats,
Super, blue, black, invisible green, drab, brown, olive,
and green Cloth Pantaloons,
o _ Blue, black and fancy colored Sattinet Pautalnons,
tones iu the uothcru cities, will have on hand, and be j Youth's cloth Olid “ ,l *»?** I'.'fSs atld Frock Coats,
constantly receiving, the coming season, a" extensive j do do do Pantaioon3,
assortment of, I Black and blue Cassimere, black and colored ’ civet,
CARRIAGES, BAROUCHES, black Florimine, black Bombazine dark and light
. .. , r ii j • ’ colored Valentia, English bilk, colored and white
and vehicles of all descnpUons which wdl bo of the yferaeilie. Toilinet. Swansdown andf Sattinet- Vests
be* workmanship and matemls, and which Will be CaulJet Cloalw nnd Great Coals,
sold on a* good term* as can be pureluKed nr any erty Mj d brown CJotlj & Pateraham Box Count
in the Southern country. Also, an extcusrve assort- j £ ’ ski| , Overcoats, ,
mCUt ° SADDLERY, HARNESS * Flne Linen Collars, Bosoms Socks','
anderery otlier article appertaining to onr line of busi JuCffTO ClplHVttg.
ness. Persons wishing to purchase would do well to 1 j Men's & Youth's Fur Hats,
do. do. Wool do.
do. do. Cloth, Seal & Hair Caps,
Fine Boots &. Shoes—Negro Shoes, Ac. Ac.
The French Claim,
As sung by 'Jr. Andrews.,at the Tremont Theatre, Bos-
ten—Tune:—Kind and Ceuutrymap.”
There was an old King i;i the French country,
A flaw iu bis treaty the Deputies.found—
’T was all about twenty-five million* of fraiits.
Which he had agreed to pay Juriatfiaft dmvn.
And when the tifne it had come round.
That he sli'-nkl the money to .Tom-than pass,
To liaful over the Deputies was’nt inrlined.
And they said they’d be shot if they furnish'd the
They even went so far as tq hint
That die King hiin--elf was concerned iri the job;
And they’;! in- doubt if th - nm:i v was paid.
’T'-vould half of it rest iti bis Majesty’s fi»b.
And when th» n.'ws to Jonathan came.
As you well may suppose, be was desr.erate mad;
For. say* be, when a fellow has made n fair trade,
To “ dodge the question" was rather too bad.
The inorejie tboncht on’t the madder he grew.
Until lie vowed by the great hornspoon,
Unless they did the thing that was right.
He’d give them a licking, and that pretty soon.
Now when they s.'Av Jonathan’s dander was up,
They thought it best a new course to take:
And rfiey said they’d pay the bill, interest and all.
If Jutiatlian an apology would make.
Now 'when these news to Jonathan came.
He vow’d up and down that he tie Vo r would doit; -
And I don’t think there’s nnv one here;
But would sootier lose all than he slionkl'r.t stick
Snch 44 tarnation ” ninnies they never would be,
In such a bad cause their blood to spill;
If they do I can telhVm, betwixt yon aud me, •
When the Yankee’s get fighting they “go it to kill.”
Now if they don’t do the thing thst is right,
They'll find themselves iu a pretty hubbub,
For if we don’t get justice without.
We'll face the chaps with a hickoiy club.
And now Mr; King of the French country,
Without any nonsense, I’ll say what I mean—
If you only just knew what critters we be.
You'd just as live light an Iilferii-'.I Machine,.
T HU subscriber having made arrangements with
some of the most extensive Carriage Manolac- I
give us a calk
Just recei red
WRIGLEY & HART.
13-9 Bags prime green Coffee
25 hhcLft Ctoix P. R. and N. O. sugar
0 Boxes Loaf sugar
10 hhds Molasses,
50 bids N E Rum
30 44 superior Whiskey
Jamaica aud st Croix Rum
Hoi. Gin, Cog. Brandy
Sperm and Tallow Caudles, soap, starch,Chocolate,
Salt, Iron-Castings, Bagging, Bale
Rope, together with a complete assortment of
Jb'Jtncy, and Staple Dry Goods.
Jan. 21 30 E. RUSSELL.
Bills of Exchange
O N Savannah and New York, at sixty and ninety
days, will be discounted by
Jan 14 30 ItEA A COTTON.
11E Subscriber will make liberal advances on
B Cotton shipped to bis friends in Savannah,
Charleston, Philadelphia, New York or Boston
nov.fi, 1036. ItOBT. COLLINS.
R EA & COT-TON will make liberal advances
on Cotton shipments to Savannah or New
.IVir Store—I'rcsh Goods.
Iff A ClICS—-Ladies’ Druiine Cape*, white do, Sqmr-
JP rcl tail Boas, Ladies’ Opcfa'Ties for the neck.
Also just received, Men’s and Boys’Seal Caps. 11
Al A M A - A -1 O'L’ I jjttji
Fro in t)r. Drnpifs Unpublished Medical Trco-
lise ou .il:ifi?.Vfi*h't>lu. -. .. ,
Doctor W. D. Briucle, o liighljr aCEqniplishcd
nut! learned pliysitian-of this r* l >i * n n weU tvrit-
ten essuy, on the entire uf iiitein|)tr.;:ucc t (eitlo
North American Medical ami Jou-n.-il.
No. viii.) states that he h>-ei) nfnch grnlil'ud
tvilh his aromatic sulphuric acje! • In,.si Verpl in-;
stances a complete etre li:is.Lct-n effected, aud
only a single c:ino of complete laeinc has enti,-.-
to liis know li-elge. • This is >litrely eneouraging,
ami is a funber roi'ifiirn.'itjnii of my vit'ts iu le
gat'd to tho'ettro of intemporanve.
The first case detailed by. the. doctor is exteecr
dingly iniercstii'g and instructive.' 1 he pat;wit
was 33 years of age, anjl for a Jong.titue liael hui n
intemperate f for the last t.!;ree ji-ars had rli-unk
from one to fitttr pints of ardent spirits every day
. with an iuiervaf bfbnd pe-tioel uf tjircc weeks.
' 15c j)ad bc.cn tho srilijcct ol .inttma-n-pulu sev
eral times, nud in the last ntutyk the doctor cetn-
tncnccd with elm at;id; e'iiiccti'ng l;il wife to giro,
it to jiim in his drink But :> short time had «•-
lapsed when it£ detected a difference in' '.he tasto
of his liquor and refused to. oikepny more of it;
-vftcr bisxen.te rv he f< It nu hieliuation tir renew
his habits’. . Ifnne time ajier he w us induced liy
a coirp.aujeu to tisrt fl. tavr^-ij, aou there he iu-
ilulgril f. ccly in drinking. .A e|aj. or.two siller, ho
told the doctor thru his tiropeiistty- had returned
anil,requested liitn,tee give hitn sonsttl-ii'g to de
stroy it. The acid was; ngaiu commenced;—-
he took four doses, aud his desire for drink ceas
ed- Two yearshav.c now i lajised, and this fna.li •
is still temperate. Tie lias becumo a tnenibe i-<-f
the Methodist Churt'Ji. ami pfesents a gloriots-t
instance of a happy r fortr.ati-.tv .
In thusc cases where the patfctil could not ho
induced to take the acid, the doclot has witness
ed the happiest results from ipecacuhann.
—The following is the mode of fibiliiting ti e
acid. ••My usual practice .’’says tTie doctor, “is
to atld a illachtn of the m id to a pint of any dc-
seiiptiott of liejtior the patient prefer-.; now ami
then I find it necessary jo attgrjteut the quantity
of acid to two drachms to the pint. 'I lie dose is
a wine'glass full, every one. two or three, hours
the interval between the doses hemp regulated
by the quantity of Ijqitor the patient Iras previ
ously been in the habit ef taking; 1 always request
that it may not be take n to the extent of produ-
f ciug intoxication. In all cases tif attempts a.
circular. 1 re'ormatiou, tdc physician should pay panienla
attention to the digestive organs. The rarhonat
of Ammonia will be found very beneficial _i
almost all cases of drunkards—in my own nractii
I have observed a consklcrable unprovettiSiil-t
the state of tho gastric apparatus, from its ns
tt corrects nci- ity, improves the secretions,ai
acts as a gentle stimulatit. Thesi stem shou'i
at the safne time be invigorated, and all causi
of nervous depression, sedulously Jlumucd.
We find- bribe New York Times, the follow
ing description of a new means of destroying ht
man life. We belietethat the opiuiuii general I
prevails that intiH wftss sanguine, in propi-rtii
to the deStYftcfineness of the weapons used—
that is itidccel the ease, we ought to hail lh
new torpedo as an engine of humanity.
“Mo understand that Mr. Clinton Rooscve!’
of this city, basiuvculed an invwltnralile, Steal
Battery, i-alctilatcd to do great soiTiec. It
rendered invulnerable, as' w c arc told, hy inttkin
the hows aud stern of the vessel alike sharp, an
plating them with polished iron armour, wit
high bulwarks and a sharp roof, also plate
ill like manner, with the design of glancing th
halls which can he douo if the angle of iucnlenc i
he stlffU'ieiHy artrie. The means of offence ar
a torpedo, which is made to lower on nearin
the enemy, and bo driven by a mortar mto tb
enemy’s side under vvaier, where by a fusee u n il
explode. There i* also a large camion at each
end of the batter*, to use in case circumstances
should render au'attnclf by the torpedo imprac
ticable. there are alscTmort ars to throw all kinds
of combustibles upon the sails and decks of op
ponents. Tim nX'de of approach is, always to
k ep one of the ends of the battery opposed In
the eneuiv. There are means to present balls
from reaching any part of llwtmachinery*
. Gkolooicai. Rt-roitT.
#e have glanced over the Report df Dr’I rood!
made to the Legislature, and fiuil, as was to bo
expected from his scientific reputation, that it
contains a great variety of usclul information’
upou the soils atld mineral products of lennes-
see. We were particularly iuterrested iu those
parts relating to rhe locality of coal and iron ore
T HE subscriber is now opening, on second street, Cases low price Napped Hat*. G do Satin Beaver do,
next door to Patrick A Martin, and nearly op-1 ;; <io superfine Fur, do. Gent’s Fur Tippits, 300 pair
positc the Commercial Bank, a complete assortment of Gent’* dancing Pumps, The obotfo will be sold’at a
HE Insurance Bank of Columbus, will insure
M_ Cotton-on the River, and also take a few risks
against Fire i» thiscityr Apply to
■Macon. Oct. 27. 18.14. 19
Paints, Varuisltcs, Ac.
IIITE LEAD. Venetian Red, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead. Litharge, Lamp Black, M'hiting.
Terra de Scinna, Spanish Brown, Linseed Oil, Spts.
Turpentine, Copal Varnish, Japan Varuish. Leather
Varnish, Picture Varnish, ufck.
If'indoiC Glass, Bainl Brushes, .Vfi
f eblH 35 By J. 11. & W. 8. ELLIS, j
To Southern Merchants.
HALLOO li A BATES,
No. 234, Pearl st. New-York,
R ESPECTFULLY invite the attention of South
ern dealers to'thefr stock of Goods now receiv-
. ii.. i . - i ing for their spring sales, they have materially increaS-
4111. un-lersigiiod have resumed business as n-; e j their stock of French Silk’Goodsand Fancy arti- i
- 1 -l... .1.^ : i.:..j. av...f Is !
T IMES company will be prepared to roimneneo bn-
. sine.**, early* in the next season—They will have
a li’.i! of Packet* lie tween New York, and Viricu anti
►team vessels to forward goods flout Darien to Macon
—Tho agent* in New York, Charleston, and Savaiutnli,
will be authorised to contract for the delivery of good*
in .M.icmr, at a freight agreed on without iiilennedi-
it’s c!) irgo ami the agent in Macon will receive cotton
deliverable in Savannah. Charleston, and New York—
Tiki rjuip.iuv’* vessels and hoats, will be of first das*
with expewiehced commanders, and no expense will be
sp ired to-meet tho patronage ofthe public.
PIT. It. YO.NGK A SONS, Agentsin Darien.
ui»v 27lh 1835 49
At 2>aricn» CS-a.
■ dancing Pumps,
large discount bv the Case or dozer!
Jau.fi, 1836 29 ISAAC NKWHALL.
Next door to the Post Officp.
bv 28 7 ,
Staph and Fancy DRY GOODS.
Which will he sold at prices much reduced 1 ,- being bo’t
on reasonable term* and cheap, they will be sold ac
cordingly. His stock comprises iu part as follows:
• ~ WOOLENS.
8-4, 9-1 and 10-4 London Dutiil Blankets—10-4 and
18-4 fine -Mackinaw do—Negro Plains and Liuseys—
super blue, black, brown niixt Clotlis—Fine and com
mon 6'atiucts, assorted colors—superfine Valentia and
Toilinet Vpxtings—super white aud red Flannels—do
Black and colored G-4 Merinos—do do Bombazetts— . «...
finefi-4 Bombazines—Piuk llatinct—figured Circas- Scilll SilOclIS ZnaQUIACtUl'iilg' COw
siaus. MYiUCK, NAPIER A FREEMAN
COTTON GOODS.- ¥¥•'Y E received a supply of Cloths aud Yarns
stipefand common nlain and twilled Calicoes-swiss, -«■ from tl.e abov e Manufactory, of superior fab-
Jaconet, Mull and Book Mastitis—black and colored » ck wlutli tliey offer ta Merchants and 1 lanter* at tba
cambric Ginghams—Irish Linens in 4 pieces very line j Factory prices. Macon ^.sp TIBito. 1 >
olored and while Homespuns—Rowen cassimerea l New Books.
FRAUDS IN THE LACKING OF COT ION
We have received '.lie follotvii g in a
It is signed hy a great number ol persons.
Cotto.v Brok-KR’s Association, ?
Liverpool, GthNov. 1835. J
To the' AnicrtCau Chamber of Comm-rco-
Geutlemeu. We tho under signed Members n)
the Cottou Brokers’ Assoeiatio beg leave to call
the attention of the American Chamber of Com
merce to. a subject of considerable importance to
the Cciiou trade in general, pul particularly to
that part of it counectcd with the Sale and De
port of Cotton from the United States, viz. the
fraudulent prncticcs iu the packing of cotton.
This speeiesrof tfaad has long been the source
of much inconvenience-and vexation to all con
cerned iu Colton business; but whether from the
iufrcque-iiey of the occasions, when distributed a-
inong set main, or from the smallness of the loss
iu the scale of mercantile transactions, no meas
ures have hitherto been taken to arrest its prog
ress. For tho sartte reasons, to which may be
added the difficulty of Obraiuing retires*, the
claims arising from this cause are frequently co-
innndeel rather as a matter of form, and. often am
altogether abandoned, and if allow eel on this side
t’f !hv water, are seld"iri (•.* >ve uud. ritaud) suc
cessfully prosecuted against he. parties ou the
oilier. This impunity, ;is might have been ex
pected, has'operated Its a direct eueotirageinSut
to such dishouest practices, which comincnciiig
with the lesser fraud of introducing needs, ivaste-
siones. aud sand into the interior of thebaic, have
at length extended ton wholesale aud systemati c
plau of deception aud plunder by meats of “false
The ordinary mode of effecting ibis is by a
plating or tldu layer of good Cotton ou the ttvo
sides ofthe bale usually sampled, the inside be
ing wholly composed of a very inferior quality,
In some cases h'owevtJr the onter layer cousists of
a quality differing only a lew degrees from that
in the inside, which is again packed iu layers of
various qualities, but ail of them worse than the
outside ; the.obvious iiitcuiiou of which being to
render the fraud moreaccure by adding to iiie
difficulty and uncertainly of detection. The ex
perience of the presen; year furnishes ahuuit. ut
proof of the increase of this practice. Ft is not
now as formerly confined to an occasional bale or
nvo, hut it is extended to whole parcels of one or , - , .
two hundred bales in a lot ; and when it is con- as they are- rtiure directly e-onnected w iUi ttic
sidered that the* difference between the real and ( subject of Internal Improvement. . lie -late
apparent value ef the Cotton may be three or four J is greatly indebted to the learned and ludelatign-
l,bs- Pork and Bacon,
100 do New Lard, for sale
Received this day
8 CASES of Wool HATS, and
3 do. 1st and 2nd quality fine Fur Hat*.
4 do. boys Boots. ISAAC NFAVI1ALL.
Next door to the I’ost Office. Dec 3. 23
qual to any ever offered in the city. The "utmost ex
ertions will be made to give, iu all respect*, entire sat
isfaction to those who may favor them with their trade
Jan 80 33 2m
A 1.1 persons arc forewarned trading with .M/vRY
IIARREI.L, of Upson county, on my account,
as I am determined to pav nh debt* of her contracting.
Feb 18 4t 35 'GREEN B. HARRELL.
have, uud will a* heretofore pay prompt utlen
tinii io all business entrusted to tlinir care. We believe
xye have made arrangements that will enable us at all
times to forward good* for the interior with the least
possible delay, by steamboat* when the river will ad
mit, or iu extreme low river hy Miml) (hits or lighters,
built expressly for tluA business. On onr wharves
“re large Storehouses, calculated for tlie storing of cot-
bni at tlie least possible expense, nud our opportunities
to forward cottou inland or coastwise, are not exceed-
ml by any other House.
HAWES & MITCHELL.
_Darien, Slay 20,1835. 40
T* L.x ,,d 0 r mv bed and board, without any just cause or prov,
SNOW A ROGERS,
»inl offer their serv ices to their friends, and tho public , ■
generally, in the above business. Forwarding Gomls ,, *¥f,f!J5?F ... ... .... „ ,,
“mlproduce to and from die interior of the State, will gj MANNING, of the oolst district, G. 51.
r'T.-ivo particniar atteritiou. It may he proper to toll* before James Whatley, Esq. one Bay Mare,
“•ate that they hav.* no connection with any ofthe four year* old next spring, foiirfeet e-iglu inchc.h.gli,
Sleani iransportationlines; Goods for the interior will J right bind foot white, and a small star in her forehead.
■Iway* ha shipped by those who will probably give j Appraised Bv James (.limber and Abner Taylor, to
tiit-m the greilestdespatch. ISAAC SNOW'. i twenty-two dollar*, tins 26th January, 1838.
Jan 1.1838 -is ofo t ROGERS ‘ A true copy from theertray hook, this loth Fcbrua-
_ l -— H. G. JOHNSON
and checks—Birdseye and nu*^i? Diaper*—Linen
cambric Ilkfs, Russia sheetings, Ac
Black super Pol <lc soie silk*—do Italian Lustring uo
—rich colored silks very cheap—Levantines, s-arsnets
Mandarin, Ileruinci, embroidered Romani, Bagdad,
cles, as also, tlie various kind* of Muslin*, Swiss
dowMn-n^ ( 2*fisuered Thibet, embroidered Thihet wool
Dry Goods, comprises an assortment probsWy e- 1 !,nt ^ ffanze Hlris richfimired cauze Ribbons
from this date.
Upson co Fob Ml
pay any of her contracts
ry. 18:m 35
i Draper Administrntoron the
applied himself. wiB foHmte^*SiSon , !‘ M,e ’’ * 1,pl,C *
raav be ii l ,r0leCt,n ."*’'T U , ". tCr,:S,, oi" 6 * 1 These are then fore, to rite and admonish all and sing-
Ii,,-, >fided to ffie new establishment^ « ular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to shew
JKnenJan IBM ISAAC SNOW. _ cause (i f any they hare,) within the time prescribed by
B AL !«ANACp FOR 1836. j law, why said Utters should not be granted.
1 The Grots. Dozen, or single, for sale hv 1 Given under my hand at office, Feb. I, 183C.
CIJAS. CAMPBELL. 32 JOHN McCORD. r. c. o.
and martin gauze Hkfs—rich figured gauze Ribbous—
Ilaiidsoinc thread Edgings aud Quiltings—Blond Ed
gings and Bobinet Laces—and many otlier articles,
which eannot fail to give satisfaction as to price and
quality. deeT? 25
Cn-udlc Factory eV Provision Store.
T HE undersigned takes this method of informing
bis former patrons aud friends and the public
generally, that he hasagain commenced business, near
his old stand, on Cherry street, where he will bo hap
py to execute their orders.
Fine Candle.* by the box or pound, constantly for
sale, very cheap.' Also, Meal, Bacon, Butter. Lard,
Onions, Fruit, and almost every thing in the provis
To those ofhis creditors who have so kindly indulg
ed bun, he returns his sincere thank*, and-expect*
shortly to be able to satisfy all their claim*.
feb. 18. 34 D. DALMF.YDA
K oft (~A, Kegs White Lend,
0. ,+i C 150 Galls, Linseed Oil,
30 do Whale do
100 do Lamp do
150 do Spirit* Turpentine,
Copal Varnish, Fnrniture Varuish,
Litharge, Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green.
Uiuber. Ivory'Blark, Prussian Blue,
Vermillion, India Red, Pans Green,
Verdigris, Smalts ali colours White Frosting,
Venetian Red, Spanish Brown,
Red Lead, Yellow Ocre, M'hiting, Glue,
and Gold Leaf—Just received and for slae by
nov. 5th 1835. 19 CH ARLES CAMPBELL.
Fire proof Buildings, corner of Mulberry nnd Second
f^IF.NZIE, the last of the Tribunes, by Bulwcr,
JL®, !lI».*.^ond. a historical ypgiance f
The Tales of a La\Vyer.
Tlie life of Sir James McIntosh,
American in England, by the author of a year in
Spain. OLCOTT <Jt ELL8.
Fel> 25 35
A PAIR of first rates Mules, double Dray and
CjL Harness complete. Also, a Northern- harness
Horse, single Dray and harness.
Feb25 35 JAMES C. MORGAN,
«*» the two story BRICK HOUSE, on
3Tulberry street, occupied by J. P. Ev-
mis, also, the two story BRICK HOUSE,
IllltD 1 ® on Walnut street. This property is of-
f,. re d at private sale, until the 28th day
of March, if not sojd previous to that day, it will then
be gold at auction, to the highest bidder, at 10 o clock,
A. M. For terms apply to J- P- LVAN’S,
Fel. 25 J5 or REA & COTTON-
At A HHDS new crop Cuba Molasses, for sale b)
Feb 25 35 REA & COTTON.
A LOT of superior quality st Croix sugar
Prime Green Coffee
Prune Northern Cheeso
White Lead, Linseed Oil and \V indow Ciltiss.
Sale, Gin Baud, and llarness Leather
Calf and Kip'skiu*. which in addition to their
extensive assortment of Goods of almost every des
cription makes their stock complete'.
Jan ? 89 GF.O. W. PRICE & CO.
pouuds sterling a bale, some idea may he formed
ofthe magnitude and dangerous consequences of
the fraud. Having now brought the subject un
der the notice of those who are more deeply inter
ested we conceived it to be our duly lo do,
wc-leave it to their wisdom and experience to
provide a remedy.
Amongst other motives for bur interference isa
desire we feel to preserve unimpaired the oonfi
deuce which ha* hcrelofote subsisted between
the buyer and seller, and to maintain that char
acter for honor and fair dealing which has ever
bccu the pride and boast of the cotton trade.
Ai a General .Meeting ofthe Liverpool American
Chant her of Commerce,' held 27 th of November,
1835, for the purpose of taking into consideration
aud adopting the most effectual measures fur
the prevention of frauds iu the packing of Cotton
in the United States ,-
T. 1L BARCLAY, Esq. President iu the chair':
A memoripJ was redd from the association of
GvUdM Brokers, entering into detail of the griev
ances comnlained of: -
It' wo* Kesi.-ived, That the some be printed
and appended to the present proceedings.
It whs resolve?!,'
That it be respectfully submitted to the Factors
and Merchants ;;i the shipping ports, to considet
the expediency of applying lo the Legislatures of
their respective States for the enactment of Laws
to make it imperative on each'Planter to have his
name and residence w ritten or staihpCd oil each
package; the effect of which would be tii stimu
late him to iucicaeed care in the packing of his
Cotton, so that his reputation might be establish
ed and preserved : and whereby those having
claims to redress might bo enabled more readily
ts substantiate ihetn.
It was fui tiier suggested, that in the tileainvliilo
the planters should lie requested voluntarily to
affix their names to the packages, it being 1 theo-
piniou of this meeting, that Cotton sodistingnish-
cd would command a preference in the safes in
this market. It was also observed, that as tli«
frauds are not generally discovered until the
Cotton is opened ar the f-ictories, from whence
tlie damaged part or tho whole package, is ie-
tlimed to the importer with expenses, lie is fre
quently called upon to pay losses long .after hi*
accounts have been settled with the Shippers or
hie labors of DrTroost for bringing to light such
important, facts, in relation to our undeveloped'
resources, as uro embodied in this pamphlet*
Fiom it we Ram lltaj the coal formation extend*
over a iract of country orobaldy of two thousand-
square miles, chiefly in the counties embracing,
aud bordering upon, the Cumberland Moun
tains. Information upon the, locality of iron oro
has been communicated in ftis previous reports,
from w hich wc have learned that iron is as abun
dant as coal.— He gives a list of 57 blast furnaces
iti operation iu Middle Tennessee alone, produ
cing an annual amount of near 30,090 ions of
iron. Dr TrOost mentious tlie difficulty of pro
curing statistical information upon this subject,-
from ihe backwardness which owners of furna
ces have shown in iottomuuicaiiug tlie necessary
facts. We hope that he may liavo no difficulty
upon this score hereafter; and trust that all con
cerned m the manufacture of iion will be ready
at all times to give arty information iti their
power, wtilth in uy serve lo advance the general
cause of science, and to make known to our cit
izens the value and .worth ofthe Slate In which
they live live. The report is particularly inter
esting to ns for the strong practical arguments
which it gives in favor of a general system of in
It is no small credit to Tciu ossec that she has
been the first in the Union to appoint a State Ge
ologist—aud while tlie labors are ■<> ably per
formed. as they are by Dr Trim st, wd thisf that
the appointment will bo continued.
Tile report is accompanied by n very hand
somely engrsYed Map. showing the localities of
the coal formation in Tennessee.—Nashville Re
.A.t it ton and Commission Business.
Take this method of informing my frieiids ami the
public generally, that I have taken up tlie above
business, and respectfully solicit a share of patronage.
All Goods consigned to me shall be strictly attended
to, according lo directions. , . . .
dee 21 20 Ci Ii. HOAVLAND, .
Blanks far stile at this ofjfcf.
Own ers of the Cotton;who again have in such
.cases at a stilt more remote period to seek forre-
diess from tlie Factors or Planters.
Resolved, that the3e Resolutions be signed by
the President, nnd printed, and that the Members
of this Association be desired to transmit them
to their correspondents in tho United Slate*, with
n request that they will adopt such measures as
may appear to them most likely to accomplish
the object in question.
YSigticd) T. JL BARCLAY. President*
From tho Detroit Journal, Feb. 2. ItDG.
Rail Roads t.v .AItcneiAtir.—Companies have'
been chartered for tho construction of Kail-
Roads from Detroit to the mouth of the SSt. Jo
seph’.* from' Toledo to'the mouth of the K ahuna-
z-vi; -from Monroe to some point on the Detroit
,.ud y*. J» pit’s Rail Road Marsh.il we be
lieve; from Detroit to Pontiac,'which will' proba
bly lx- couth tied to Saginaw, w the Grand Riv
er; frdm Mo it Ch-mcits to Saginaw. Perhaps
the whole length of ttidse eannot ' e less than 7(H)
miles. The money paid ou accouut ot ardent
-piriis by a population of 2(-0.(|ffl;WOuU lie -nfi.-
cient in six year.* to cbnplrte ill ilie.se works.
Tlie State Legislature, so ridled, nssembled-
me capital yesterday- Mr. Mason read a
nt ssage to th. m, ill which he said in effect, that
Michigan was in law ; nd in net, a sovereign
State anq entitled to do all ;-i ts and things that
au iudebendeut State maj of right d tlie Gov
ernment of the U. S. to the eoiitraiy cotuiili-
Btandiug. It would stem to be a sort of up-hift
work to act on such t» doctrine.