MACON GEORGIA TEL
By IK. BARTLETT.
.T/.iCO.A*, GJEOltGM, TIIUBSV.J 1’ jOLAMtCME $lj 1§36.
Voianic X.—JVilttibcr JO.
ivruis of' Subscription.
Ti:r* e Uou.aiw.JwWw adtanct. will pat/for the pa-
roHcytir. Fits Dollars, paid in advance, trill pay
F'tixpjprr Iteo years. Tr.s Dollars.jwiirf in advance
fenced, Thru Hollars and Fijily Cents per annum
C jlcharged. If not paid until the end of the y/ar,
pjsr Dollars per annum trill be charged—with interest
r ‘"- u ‘ Terms of Advertising.
Advertisements not exert "
W A R E • II (1 |i S E ,
LO. JEW r.TT & Co. respectfully inform their
friends and the public generally,.that they have
added the Ware ilonso and Commission Uil-iitem's to
that heretofore cuiuIucUkT hv them. Their Ware
If on *e. is conveniently situated on second street, near
ly ndjoii i g their store. All cotton consigned to them,
either by the planters nr dealers in the article, or or-
cHug nnc hundred words, half ■ y™, - .... . --- — —
f'.narc, or tirelrc brreier lines, will be inserted one time , I ° t rs il , ^* : 1 e , wr ' u t * 1 ' s marhef, will be promptly
f,r‘0se dodar. I then more tkttn one insertion isgicen,
vj ffUti for the jirst, and fit) cents for each continuance.
i.fr.ni which a deduction of one fourth will be. made,when
‘Shtrifs’. Tax Collectors’ an I Coroners' Sake arc char-
„J by the key.
* Yearly Advertisers will be allowed tiro souOrcs in each
r ,, r for Twenty Hollars per annum; amt in the same
rslio for a larger spare—payable quarterly.
The rrprns's of oar business,and the state of the times,
rjsire. t'mt these terms should lie. rigidly adhered to.
W YORK tfc DARIEN
Line o f Pai tu ts.
BIHG Amelia Strong, 3. Chare. Master,
I'retimim, .Mr. ,YJaUhews,
'I'liey ltave also .a convenient close storage house
for the reception of merchandize from the country ;
the receiving and forwarding of which, will receive
;i particular share of their attention. Liberal advan
ces will be made on cotton stored, or on shipments to
any market, when desired.
They also have on h ind, and expect shortly to re
ceive a large and general assortment of
GROCERIES, PRY GOODS
Snrh as. St. Croix and Portorieo.t Flavannasugars,
Cuba. I’io and Java rnffee, Liverpool salt,
SWedcs Iron, Aaiis, Brads, cast. German and In'isler
Heavy hetijp Bagging. Bagging tivino f.viilcd sack
Negroes clodis, shoes, hats, caps, clanks.
Powder. -hot. and lead, saddles and hr idles.
Nets Blacksmith tools, eastings. Hardware.
Calicoes. Fhmijpl* llfeiikel.. \Va* Cnlf skins. Ac.
Which they wo! sell on as good terms as can he ftatl
in this market. II .SVpt 10
Darien, C. 1*. Buckley,
•• “ .Macon, A. Bilibins,
»clr. D.B. Crane, T. Baker, •• ; m .g• Si > tt ey an ft Gout Mission' Business,
All goo-1 and substantial vessels, well calculated for the ; *• ifi-yriOi; ’
trade, with good accommodations for pavsongersaml | lnl de,signed returns his thanks to his friends
riperteticnd commanders. One of the vessels will a I-, y, w lha , ih s „ppol t which he has heretofore
.i *—»• > " the Line lreig|it, and ruci!rt „j <>oui them in ti;e above line of business, and
olicitsn continuance of their patmuago. disarrange-
» ar .• lie nt each end (if t!i
mil sail regularly ouco a wreak. Shippers by t!:is line
tjar'flVct Insurance nt live eighths per cent and they
nnvrely upon the vessels being regularly despatched.
The subscribers are also agents for several Steamboat*
r mi regularly during the boating treason between
Pinen, Ilawkinsvillc, and .Macon, uud are induced to
Wlirva that they can give great facilities in forwarding
•jod-i il-stiued far the interior of the Stale.
* HAWKS MITCHELL, Agcuti
Darks. 1*t Jnjv, 1835 ll^
Pioueer Steam IS out SJssc.
J lrtif transportation to ami from Macon, is umv in
^ campleto order. A superior now Steam Boat
mIIi- I “David Crdckett” with two powerful Engines,
aaJ several first rate freight boats have been built since
the close of die last season and placed on the line.
Statin limit Pioneer, Capt. G mi/will,
*• “ Daniil Crocked, “ AV Connie!;,
*i;| ply rognlnilv betweeu Darien and Macon, one of
the<ii h iving Darien about once a week with freight
lulls in ttnv.
Scja a Boat £J22A2iL'S3 1 2?03ftr f
will run constantly betwesn Darien an I Savannah,
aid a ianl the greatest d-tspaicli to Cotton.
Tiie subscriber** whole attention is devoted to facili-
ntlag transportation between Macon and the 8ei
Ports, lie hat invested a large sum to pul his line ii
the most complete order, and believes that his arrange
t.-i.-iii* fin' desnatrli to freight and keeping it i>
pi-d order, while in his care, will make it tin* interest
«fCotton Shippers atitl .Merchants ordering goods, to
i,i:iti:iua their favors.
At Darien by has sucuro and convenient Warehouse
fir irreptinn of Goods, and his
WirarPes tharc ai*s covered
niifk ctl dil ’s him to keep nil Cotton sJiipped on hi
11 its under shelter and protected from the weather,
h.. : - landed for rV-shipment.
JAMES R BUTTS
menu for conducting business, atid particularly in pi
ving despatch in receiving and forwarding produce <V
uierchaudize nu(!‘ protecting Ihein while in |,l.i charge,
are .at least equal to those of any other* jnhis line. He
will spend the summer in and in the vicinity of Darien,
•and any business addr. s-t d to him will receive hisper
moil and prompt attention.
ini.' 15 I: IQILV Tk ROW LA \D.
Capt. A King, to ply weekly
between Savannah and Augusta,
will depart from S ivannan at !»
, o’clock, A. M. every V. in’jies- Caraway, Copaiva, Croton; Fennel, Wititergrecn, Se
lav. and from Augusta every Saturday, at 9 o clock', — • ■ — ■ — • —
\. M. Shu i- on the h
a Hie lii'-v pressure principle, and the
subscriber feels much pleasure in recommending he)
as a perfectly safe boat. t>. C. Dl'NM.N'f].
marehlfi* 4t 39
Grit; . tinroil C!oii,iiiz Stow
occupied by Messrs
E. P. Burrs,
J. T. U'lwt.wti.
I). II. Halstead.
Karon. Nov. IS, |S:H—23
.Miron SivitM Stoat Gainpntiy
’Z'-'CTA. .. ^
Sifanibo.it SIJPEIHOR, Capt. (ieo; ;e Willcox,
<ki. EXCEL. •• J. L. Willcox.
fniild Cjuipmy have now theii Sine of U«*ats it
1. complete order for freighting. They have i
. v iteaiuh j.it added to their line called the Superior
•alien Tow-Boats. j
Tin Buis will run regularly between Macon and j
Darien, vi • of tli * stoamboats leaving Darien even i
ilie or-iv days with tow-boats. The company have I
iiv,t .iixteen tow-liiits, all lir-d rat > boats, bn It expre ■•» !
I; for ih- u ivigation o'' tin* Ocmnlgee and Altamaba
nvrr>; 'Jiaso increa-ed facilities will enable the eosti-
patj the iioi'H of giving the greatest nesjiatcli to
ij.' iitor goods .-hipped by their line.
f.i«p tuve a Siea.n'iaat and a number of Sloops.
11tarry e uton and m rrchandiso between Darien and
turatmah. ami U.irion ;i:n! Charleston. T'lhere are
k'.' i, live ilv-t rate P.iekets rauning regularly lietyveen
Duisa arid New Vorli. which corn • to Dawes iV
iblclid. of Darien.
Agents fir the a'larr Boats :
J. GODDARD, Macon,
itiircj:. Htivnv & Wai.tkr, Charleston.
Iliumiv »V Co. Savannah,
Ikiv. r- ,V ALtcuki.l, Darien.
*'»* p. K. Itositnvs, llawkinsviile,
J'lacoo, Jl:!i Dec., lS3o. SB
OcatHlgtfc Strain float Go>tst*anu.
2 S riiunne'l Ip ih/r store lately
My rick, N'apier A 'Kveeinan next to Mr W to II
Vinson's Jewelry store, where may be found a good
Clothing, isVr/.v, Goofy, Shoes and
Fancy Articles- con fi ning in part of
vine tiiiie, black, brown, greet!, olive mist and silver
grey Erock Coats
Fine blue. Mack, liroivii,green, claret and olivo Dress
Brown, green, mixt and silver grey Co.iters
'<iper drab mixt brown and green Over Coats
Petersham over and Hunting Coats—Ladies’ Cloaks
Gentleman's c.imbiet Cloaks, mole-akin Hunting coats
.'minet and lieavcrteeti round Jackets. Pantaloons
and Vests of almost every description
loittin and woollen nett .Shirts an.J Drawers, Flan-
iel, (’anion I'latiltel, plain and twilled Cotton Draiv-
•s. l.iiieii and Cotton Shirts, Flannel Shirts, Collars,
■ (ims. (.loves, Ho-icry. Russian Ii fits. Black Ital-
an and white Cravats, Cotton, worsted and Gum El
istie suspenders, a great variety of Stocks, Umbrellas
’kith. Fur, and Hair Seal-skin Caps.
30 cases H its, Fins Boots ind shoes. India Rttbber
•boos. Ladies India Rubber shoes. Also
Fine bine, black, invisible green, and Royal purple
.laths, tS.tfl*Cassim -re, Tailor’s Trimmings, Milita-
•y Trimmings,&c. iVc.. till of which will be sold at
educed prices for cash.
Macon ort. 22. 21 _ HORACE FITCH.
F. F. LEWIS, .lie rrlea nt Ha it or,
T OWS taken tiio stand a few doors above the Cba-
aLti thing Storo of 31r. L. Fitch, on Mu I hefty
■treet where lie ccntimtcs to carry on the Tailoring
business. He assures all those who may favor him
villi their custom, that their work will lit done at the
-hottest notice, and in the best manner.
He has oil hand a supply oftbo best maietjpls in bis
hue. consisting of
Blue, Black, royal Brown, Claret, Raven, Green,'
CASSIMEUEr 5 ,—A good assortment.
A good variety of the best quality.
Petersham, and a complete assortment of
T. / Us O fi’S TRIMMINGS.
Ho respectfully solicits a share of the public pat-
M.iroii, Oct 30 lc34—2dy
To Southern ,l][erchautes.
UALIjMCK & BATES,
A«. 231, Fcarist. Xric- York,
8TR FSPilCTFULLYin>itc the attention of South-
eru dealers to their stock of (.'cuds now receiv
ing for their spring sales, they have materially increas
ed their stuck of French .-ilk ’Goods and Funcy urti-
i cies. as alsu, t!:o vari uis kinds of Muslins, Swiss
j. i.noils. CiMlhfs, Capes, Her. ike. which, together with
1 there.xfelisirir stock of staple.’Foreign ajjtl Dumostic
]>ry GO'JilS, comprises nn asmtinen! prob-ihty o-
qual to any over offered in the city. The utmost ex
ertions will lie made to give, iu all respects, entire sat-
1 isf.iction to those who may favor them with their trade.
| Jan 20 33 2in
NEW DRUG STORE.
AS just received a large assortment of DRUGS
it MEDICINES, at the Store one.door below
VV. B. Johkstox’s Jewllrv, which he will sell at mo
derate prices; iunong which are
White Lead, Red Lead, Blaek Lead, Litharge, Verdi
gris, Chromic Green, Chromic Yellow, Spanish Brown
Yellow Ochre, Stone Ochre, Umber, Venctiaii Red
Lampblack, Rosepink, Terra de Sienna, ’ Vermillion
Prussian Blue, Osborn’s water colours.
Linseed, Sperm, Whale, and Train Oils, and Spts.
Turpentine, Copai, Japan, Coach, Leather;^ Picture
Flesh, Hair, Hat, .Training, Varnish, Furniture, Tooth,
Paint, Nail, Coui. Shoe, Scrubbing, Sweeping; Dus
ting, Velvet, Whneivasb, Clothes, Horse, dhU Velvet
Cologne, Rose Honey, Florida, I-nvender, &. Orange
Flow er Watie.. Aromatic Vinegar, Bears’ Oil, Antiqne
Oil, Chlorine Tooth Wash. Cream Soap and other
Shin ing Soaps, Wash Balls, Drop Lake, Essences of
Rose nod Cedrat, Extrait dc Mcil, Flake White, Hair
Powder, Orris Root, Milk of Roses, Oil? ‘of Orange.
Bergamot, Cedrat, Cinnamon, Lavender, Neroli. and
Ruses; Oxy-chloriue Lotion, Pearl Powder, Pomatum,
Po-.vder Puffs, Preston Salts, Pink Saucers, Fancy vi
ols. Tonquin Beano, Kin de Rouge, Vegetable Rouge,
& Macassar Oil.
Annattb, Cudbear, Fig Blue. Fustic. Galls, Indigo.
Madder. Nicaragua Wood, Alum, Turmeric, and
Acotic, Citric, Oxalic & other Acids, Acoustic Oil,
Alcohol, Nitrate of Ammonia, Concentrate;) Liquor of
Ammonia, Atkinson’s Depilatory, Balni of Columbia,
Patent Barley, Breastpipcs, Brimstone, Cayenne Pep
per, Spanish' Saffron, Ammoniarct of Copper, Sago,
Emetine, Cicuta Plaster, Ext. Aloes. Cinchona. Col-
ncynth, Elaterinni, Jalap, KahiuCd'. Nux Vomica, Rhu
barb. Rhniania, Load, Savin, Sarsaparilla & Cnkcbs,
Dam),‘lion, Valerian, Opium & others. Phosphnte of
Iron, Red Oxyde of Iron, Tnrtariz'd Iron Ac. Ginger
Powders, Haovlton’s Elixir, Magnesian Aperient
English Calomel, Hoffman’s Anodyne, Oil'd Silk or
Hat Case; Iodine. Jujube Paste, l.actucarium. Lnn
rets. Patent Lint, Ltipttlinc. Lobelia, Medical Spoons,
Acetate and Sulphate of Morphia, Mustard, Oils of
WM. H. BURDSAL^*
AS Just received a tiew acu extensive as
EEABY MABE CE.OTm3T&,
HATS, SHOES, Sfc.
which he is oJering for sole at reduced prices
For Cash Only.
ms stocK consists, in PAitT, or Tnr. follow-iso :
Super SaxbnJ-, Blue, Black and Fancy Colored
Blue, Black, Mixed and Fancy colored Satinetts
Duffle, Point and Rose Blanket
Scarjel;’ Criipson. Green and V?bite Flannels
neca. D(-narcotised and Powdered Opium, Phospho
rus, Piperine, Pocket Instruments. Mydriodntc & Ox
y-miiriate of Potash, Potter's Catholicon, Liquor of Po
tash, Dragon’s Blood, Seatons, Stoughton’s Elixir,
Strychnine, Powdered Valerian, Rhtibarbarine, Sali-
cine, Sanford’s Bark, Lac Sulphur, Syrup of Liver
wort, One Stethoscope, Swaiufs Panacea, Seidlitz
Powders, .Tamarinds. Tincture of Colchicnm, Wine
ofCoIcliictitii, Trusses, Tnrhith Root, White Hellebore,
Colchicnm Seeds, Acetate «f Colchicunt, Aromatic
Uarhonato of Ammonia ; an Assortment of Patent Me
dicine*. and all others in edmrifein use, Garden Seeds,
a ud Shop Furniture for Physicians.—
Couching, Cupping, and small Scaling. Instruments;
and one second hand set of Amputating and Trephin
in" ffiktruments. April 29
Stvaim’s Panacea, Indian Panacea,
A supply just rec’d, jiy II At J SHOTWKLL
•V«r Slorr-—Iresh Goods.
T HE subscriber is now opening, on second street,
next door to Patrick & Martin, and nearly op
posite the Commercial Bank, a complete assortment of
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS.
Which will be sold at prices much reduced, being bo’t
on reasonable terms and cheap, they will be sold ac-
cordmglv. His stock comprise* in part as follows t '
8-1, 9-1 and 10-4 London Duflil Blankets—10-4 and
12-4 fine Mackinaw do—Nogro Plains ind LinsOys—
super blue, black,'brown mixt Cloths—Fine and com
mon Satinets, assorted colors—superfine Valentia and
Toilinet Vestings—super white and red Flannel*—do
Black and colored 6-4 Merinos—do do Bomhazotts—
fine 6-4 Bombazines—Pink Ratinet—figured Circas
super and common plain and twilled Calicoes—swiss,
Jaconet, Mull and Book Muslins—black and colored
cambric Ginghams—Irish Linens in .J pieces very line
—colon-:! and white Homespuns—Rowen eassiracres
and checks—birdseye and Russia Diapers—Linon
cambric llkfs. Russia sheetings, Arc
Black rnper Poi de soie silks—do Italian Lustring uo
—rich colored silks very cheap—Levantines, sarsnets
Mandarin, Hcrninci. embroidered Romani. Bagdad,
rich satin, figttered Thibet, embroidered Thibet wool
and martin gauzo llkfs—rich figured gauze Ribbons—
Handsome thread Edgings and (-Diiltingn—Blond Ed
gings and Bobiuet Dices—and many other articles,
which cannot fail to give satisfaction as to price and
quality. dec 17 25
Printed Sahibury do
Canton and Saxony and Gauze * do
Damask Table Diapers
Birds Eye anti Russia do
Black, Blue and coloured Bombazottcs
do do do Clrgassians
Nejjrb Cloths “ - ‘ '
Bleached and Unbleached Sbirtiugs & Sheetings
do Gros de Sw-iss
do do Naples
do do Berlin
do Sinchews and Sarsattcts
Colored Gros de Naples
Blttcjt and colored Floreocos
' db Italian Crapes
Merino Mantles and-Sruare Shawls
Common. Thibet woof. Valentia, Silk Damask
and twisted Silk Shawls
Hernaui, Muslin, Crape, Ganzoand Gros do Na
ples Dress Hdkfs
Ladies and Misses Bonnets
Irish Linens and'Lawns
Cotton Cnssimers ’Bearer Fustians
English Moleskin Apron and Furniture Checks
Domestic Plaids and Stripes Bed Ticks
FloorCl'oth Baize Green Frieze Cloth
Furniture Dimity Russia ShectingBear Duck
Cambric do Bleached Dowlass Oznaburghs
Hangup Cord Cotton Yarn
Cotton, Worsted and Lambs wool Hosiery
Black and colored Cambrics
Satin nlid Gauze Garnitnres
Blk and col’d Lustring Ribbons
Dark and light col’d Prints and Ginghams
Lace and Gatize Veils
Fig’dand plain Bobinet Lace
Cambric, Saxony, Swiss, Mull, Nansook and
1 tnen Cambric Hdkfs
Pongeo, Indian Flag aud Spittlefield Hdkfs
Carved and plain Shell Combs
Gentlemens English Buck, Beaver and Goat
From eke ISnUnnort ChronuU.
Burial of tiie Bead.
The following hasty lines were suggested on read
ing an account of tiie burial of Mnj. Dade’s detach
ment, who were recently butchered by the Seminole
Bring up the dead—we've turn'd the :jod,
And hollow’d out thoir prairie grave,
Here, where in martial pride they trod,
The young, the comely and the brave.
Tlio vulture long hath batten’d on
Ohf murder’d comrades’cold remains;-
The prairie wolf hath howl’d and gone
To covert oa the grassy plains.
Bile tin the dead—they perish’d all,
With front toward the savage foe;
Nor turn’d they from the death-wi-g’d ball,
The reeking knife, or hatchet’s blow.
And every inch was dearly bought.
Though dealh-howls echoed every side :
Their prostrate ranks tell how they fought,
’ Their mangled limbs tell how they died.
Lay out the dead—on Freedom’s flag,
Tho proudestshroud a soldier craves!
No’ war-whoqp rises from the crag.—
Now, place tlieur in their desert graves.
IJcfe plant the cauitnn which spoke not
In ore idful tones of vengeance deep,
That travellers may mark the spot
Where Dade’s brave band in silence steep.
Peace to the dcr-d—you need not fear
To weep itpfiit this gory rod;
There’s manliness in every tear,—
An eloquence that speaks to God !
Avenge them with vourdcurest blood—
• For every drop the savage shed.
Draw streams as red from hearts that would
DiCuj' and slay.—Peace to the dead
4- It M.
850,000. “ Tt.is poj'tdau'ou is uividcd as fuller, s :
1. Indians, -L000,000.
2. Mestizoes, that is, descendants of Indiana
aud Spanish. 2,OOQ,OcO.
3. Cremes, Spanish descent, born in M< xico,
4. udtn’ os, Indian nud Negro descent, and Mu-
5- Negroes, 100,000.
C. (Jauchupius, or natives of Spain, 10,000.
7. Estrange!os, or strangsrs. American, En-
glish. French, Italian, &c. 15,COO.
By this relative population, «e-pe«q»c, that
Indians find Mestizoes form the great hulk of the
nation, and with equal privileges arc sure to rule
] it at a future time.
j They arc, however, at preseut regarded with
extreme contempt; hud are by the whiles oppro-
j hriofisly denominated irrational. The,number of
! Indians rethai\i pearly the snipe as when first dis-
j covered by the Spaniards three centuries ago ;
.j and thoir manners and religion have been liltlf
affected by their white intruders. • , ,-j
The land of Mexico is generally much superi
or to that of the United Slides. Almost all tho
pr- duetietis of other clinics £row their in rich lux
i !.-c pioduco of maize is wonderful- An acre.
Iina been known to yit;ld '200 bushels, and somo
stems arc twenty feet high, with live or six largo
Wheat grows well only on the tableland, Liif
Ladies Betivfirt Goat skin aud Silk: Gjoves
_ Soady-aiade Clothing.
Superfine bltle, black, invisible green, Adeiaid, olive
brown and green Broadcloth Dress Coats,
Superfine blue, black, brown and green Cloth Frock
Superfine blue, olive, green anil mix’d Cloth Coattees,
and blue, steel mix’d and fancy colored Sattinet
Coattees and Frock Coats,
Super, blue, black, invisible green, drab, brown, olive,
and greeu Cloth Pantaloons,
Blue, black and fancy colored Sattinet Pantaloon*,
Vdiith’s cloth and satlinet Dress arid Frock Coats,
do do do Pantaloons,
Black and blue Cassimere, black and colored V’elvet,
black Florintine, black Bombazine, dark and light
colored Valentia, English Silk, colored and white
Mereeilles'Toilinet, Swansdown attff Sattinet Vests
Camlet Cloaks and Great Coats,
Mixed, brown Cloth & Patcrsham Box Coats.
Lyon Skin Overcoats,
Fine Linen Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Socks, &c.
Men’s &■ Youth’s Fur Hats,
dd. do. Wool do.
do. do. .Cloth, Seal & Ilair Caps,
Fine Boots &. Shoes—Negro Shoes, &c. &e.
Oct. 15. 17
’Flic Wirsler Sitaig-.
- nv mss h. r. cplj.n.
O! what will become of thee, poor little bird ?
The muttering storm in tho distance is heard ;
The rou"h winds arc waking, the clouds growing
They’ll soon scatter snow-flake* all over thy hack!
From what sunny dime hast thou wandered away ? .
Aud'what art thou doing this cold winter day ?
‘I’m pecking the guni from the old peach :roo.
The storm docs’nt trouble me—Pee, dee, dec ’
But what makes thee seem.so unconscious of care!
The brown earth is frozen the branches are bare!
And how can’st thou he so light-hearted and free,
Like Liberty’s form with the spirit of glee,
When no placets near for thine evening rest.
No leaf lor thy screen, for thy bosom no nest ?
‘Because the same hand is a shelter for me,
That took off the summer leaves!—I’cc, dec, dee.’
But man feels g burden of want and of gri- f,
Whilepluckihg (lie clusters atid binding the sheaf!
We take from lb*? ocean, the earth and iiie air,
And all their rich gifts do not silence our care.
In summer we faint; iu winter we’re chilled.
With ever avoid that is yet to he filled.
‘A very small portion sufficient will be,
If sweetened with gratitude!—Pee, dee, dee.’
I thank thee, bright monitor!—what thou hast taught
Will oil be the themo of the happiest thought,
We look at the clouds, while the bird has an eye
To Him who reigns over them changeless ami high!
And now, bale he rot just tell me thy name,
That I may be sure whence my oracle came.
‘Because,in all weather I'm happy and free.
They call me the Winter King,—Pee, dee, dee.’
Uutsoon there'll he ice weighing down thy light bough
When on thou att tinting so merrily now !
And thuugh there’s a vesture well-fitted and warm.
Protecting the rest of thy delicate form,
What then wilt thou do with thy little bare feet
To save theln Irohi pain ’mid the frost and the sleet.
•I can draw them right up in my feathers you see!
To warm them, and fly away!—Pee, dee, dec.’
Scull Shoals Manufacturing- Co
MYRICK, NAPIER & FREEMAIx
H AVE received a supply of Cloths and Yanis
from tho above Manufactory, of superior fab-
rick which they offer to .Merchants and Planters at the
Factory prices. Macon Sep 3 1835.10
Fashionable JYat & Cap Store
MVLBERRY STREET, MAC OX.
'3! IBS company will l» * prepared to commence bit- j
A sin.--., early’ill the voxl season—They will have |
> lile of packet* between New York, and Darien ami <
I '-n vessel* to forward good* from Darien to .Macon j
-'fi.-.agents iu New York, Charleston, and Savannah,
■ - authorised to contract for the delivery of goods j
II Maco-i, at a freight a "rood on without iuterinedi-
• r'nr.'eaml the ag.-ut iu Macon will recei-vocotton j
J(•'cr ible in Savaiiinh. Charleston, and New \ nrk— j
T.--,-1 n iauv’s vessels and boat*, Will be oi first class j
vithevparianaod commanders, aud no expense will he :
'fired to meet tiie patronage oftlic public.
PH. It. YO.NGK& SONS, Agents in Darien. I
RUViyth 1835 49
A Fresh Assortment
20,090 pr for sale by J. NEWHAI.L,
Indies’ Seal, Morocco, rrttnclla and Listing Slips,
walking and Bootees,
Walking Bolivar fox'd Bootees, bl'k and col’d.
Leather slips, lies, walking and Bootee*.
Misses'col’d Lasting. Bootees am! f lips,
do L-alhcr. Kid and Lasting Slip* uud Sandals,
t'hddreus’leather, col’d. prunella & morocco Shoes,
G. ntiemcu’b Bootees, G.xilmt ties and low quarter
Kassott and black buckskin do.
Seal skin l ump*, russett and bl’k Slippers.
., . , . .. . v i Light Boots and .} Boot*,f.C0 jiair Rubbers,
UJjJlillloMHA l)U IN lliiSO. ! Coarseand common shoe*of everv discriptinn.
At Warien* CJa. Also, SOO p«cltn^s of Wry Goods,
<*loSlb«.i»c-.«.iiIrnsefll»ltoirear.'. Wisv. , I'-;-. a»u« K<-Itataubltadi
ttelwve made arrangetnoitts t .at will enable ns at all 120 m.z. pnltu leal Hats
1 we* to forward good* for the interior with the least j
! Welle delay, by steamboats when tlto river will ad-1
•>it. or in extreme tow river by small flats or lighters. :
ailt expressly for that business. On our wharves j
,f * large Storehouses, calculated for the storing of cot-
! -a Y* the least possible expense, and our opportunities
G forward cotton inland or coastwise, are not exceed-;
"I by any other House. j
IIAWF.S & MITCHELL, j
J>»rien, May 20,1835. 40
Commission Business, JBarien.
’Ft Hri Undersigned have formed a Coparuier.-hip
lor the purpose of transacting a general tom-
’’"•‘‘ion and other business under the firm of
SNOW & ROGERS,
8 '‘ otter their services to llicir friends, and the public
U»»mlly,m the above business. Forwarding Goods
Produce to and from the interior of tiie State, will
••die particular attention. It may be proper TO
j, :e '-'it they have no connection with any of the
' ' "# iransporiatiou linos; Goods for the interior will
.-"'Jy* ba siiinnt-d hv tlm.n who will probably vive
GF.O. T. ROGERS
10 cases low price fur Hals,
3 do best quality do.
•1 do fine satin heaver i’0-
30 doz. good wool do.
Gingham and silk Umbrellas,
The above are offered in lot* to suit purchasers on
tiie most favorable terms Xert door to the Post Office.
march 22 39
Gantllc Factory A Provision Store.
HE undersigned lakes this method of informing
his former patrons and friends and the public
generally, that he has again commenced business, near
his old stand, on Cherry street, where ho will l»e hap
py to execute their orders.
Fine Candles 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 of his creditors who havo so kindly indulg
ed him, ho returns his sincere thanks, and expects
shortly to be able to satisfy all their claims.
feh. 18. 34 D. DALMEYDA.
miluction anti Commission. Business.
t Tako this method of informing my friends and the
public generally, that I have taken up tbo abeve
business, and respectfully solicit a share of patronage.
All Goods consigned to me shall be strictly attended
to, according to directions,
dec 24 26 C. L. HOWLAND,
B ETWEEN Carrollton. Georgia and Niles, Midi
tgan Territory, a letter directed to Fowler Pres
ton of the latter^ place, containing the left hand half of
A One Hundred Dollar Dill,
on the Bank of the Uuited States, payable at >Savan
nah to the order of J. Hunter, No. 2652, letter K. N.
Biddle. Prest. and dated the 4th' March, 1(226. Tho
above letter'was mailed at Carrollton, on the 16th of
April, 1834. A liberal reward will bo paid for the de
livery of the hal r bill to the subscriber at Carrollton,
or to*Fowler Preston. St. Josephs, Michigan Ter.
Feb24 36 3m APPLETON MANDEVILLE.
^ — snipped by those who will probably give
th» greatestdosiiatcb. *" ”
I. IH36 23
TBP. Undersigned lander* his thanks to liis friends
r *. '“ r 'he liberal patrouagn he has for many year*
w-ii-u- •i u, dassures them that the same zeal with
<Wr k * ,l l' v 'dual capacity he applied hinweif, will:
; hw efforts in protecting those interests which .
•>;- confided to the new establishment.
Jaw. 1. 1836
Susjur, CoIFcc, Flour, Rmh, Ac. Ac.
/fl llHDS. N.O. and Porto Rico riugais,
26 bbls. Sugar,
85 bagspriipe green Coffee,
20 bbls do.
62 bbls Boston Rum,
74 bbls Flour,
21 bbls Mouongnbala Whiskey, 5tb proof. 4
years old, choice quality.
10,000 lbs Bacon, . . , J
Received per steaipor Darien, and for saleon ac
commodnting terms by KbA &tU.ION.
56 hhds prime St. C.'roix Sugars,
54 boxes white and brown Iliivunna Scgars,
:$0 hhds Molasses, prime qualiiy,
20 qr casksMak'ga \Vine.
175 niece* hemp and 'ow Bapeine,
50*000 llavanna >esar*. choice quality.
30 hoxe* Tobacco march i« 39
B ALMANACKS FOR 1836.
* r he Gross, Dozen, or .-ingle, for sale by
t»> BBLS first quality Newark Cider just receiv-
and for sale by
march 10 37 CIL\RLF.d CAMPB. LL.
K^fiOMlC Almanacks, uud Beers Almanacks for sale
by ‘ • 3/ ff.4'-,VV. S. ELLIS.
Lbs Porkatid Bacon;
100 do New Ijird; for sale
S F. DICKINSON has just received,
| • 30 hhds St. Croix and Porto Rico Sugars.
126 bags prime green coffee.
25C bbls N. E. Rum, Gin and Whiskey,
100 Canal family Flour,
100 Irish Potatoes, (yellow)
200 sacks salt,
20 tons iron, assorted,'
10 do a8sortedcastings, •
20 bbls cider.
Cognac, peach aud apple Brandy, Monongahalaaud
Irish Whiskey. Holland Gin, Jamaica Rum, all sorts
cordials. Madeira, Tcncriffe and Malaga Wines, Al-
kohol, Porter, clarified Vinegar, crackers, cheese, Her
ring. Mackerel, smoked salmon, Molasses, Bice, Buck
Wheat Flour, Raisins without seed foreookitig. do in
boxes. Lemon syrup, Loaf and Lump sugar, Tobacco,
chewing do in papers. Spanish and American cigars,
long nines do. snuff. 50 boxes sperm and tallow can
dles, 50 boxes bar and shavinc soup, starch, pepper,
xpico ginger, cinnamon. Pearlash, salt petre, indigo,
copperas, chocolate, tea. ma.ches, wrapping paper,
bed cords brass, btass ho.tp and iron hoou buckets and
tubs, rocasnres, coolers, & c. niiit and half pint flasks,
-trims tumblers, decanters, blacking, grindstone, lamp
oil. powder 50 bags o**’d shot, nails, plough moulds,
weeding hoes, trace and lialter chains, sifters, coffee
mills, shovel and tongs, fire dogs, waffle irons, smooth
ing irons, frv paus, tea kettles, cart boxes, axes, cotton !
cards, &c.&c. Macon, Jan. 27 32- 1
T HE Subscriber having established himseif in
Macon with a viow to a permanent residence,
and taken the store recently occupied by Mr. F. F.
Lewis: directly opposite the Central Hotel, will keep
constantly on hauld a gbncn.1 assortment of
. .KJats, Caps* Furs &c.
comprising every variety of style and quality, usually
called for at a similar establishment. Among his as
sortment may bo found
Beaver, Satin Beav6f', Otter, Castor Roarum and
Mens Fur and Ilair, Seal Caps, Boys black, blue
and brown cloth Caps, Bombazino do black and drab
silk plush p now style, Merino and Circassian &c &c,
From hi* k-ng experience ant! personal attention to
tho business of manufacturing bat* in some of the
roost extensive establishments at the north, he is ena
bled to assure all those who may favor him with
their patronago that he can furnish them with an arti
cle which fur cheapness, neatness and durability shall
be fully equal if not superior to any before offered in
the southern market, As hi* Work will bo principal
ly manufactured at his establishment in Macon, when
desired lie will finish hats to order in any stylo to suit
the purchaser From tho facilities thus obtaineif and
front alsiduity and attention to bis business ho hopes
to deserve as he trusts he will receive a liberal share
of patronage. Oct 7,1835
GEORGE A KIMBERLY
(EF Wanted Beaver, Otter-, Muskrat and Raccoon
He expeeta in a few day* to remove (o the store
now occupied by Mr E B Weed ly
L LOT of superior quality's! Croix sugar
Prime Green Coffee
Prime Northern Cheeso
-White Lead, Linseed Oil and Window Glass.
Sole, Gin-Baud, and Harness Leather
Calf aud Kip skins, which in addition to their
extensive assortment of Good* of almost every des
cription makes their stock complete.
Jan. 7. 29 GEO. VV. PRICE & CO.
t HIE Insurance Bank of Columbus, will insure
Cotton on the River, and also take a few risks
against Fire in this city. Apply to
Macon. Oct. 2T ROBERT COLLIN'*.
The Boat Horn.
Oh boatman ! wind that horn again!
For never did the joyous air
Upon t»s lainbfut bosom bear
So wild, so soft, so sweet a strain.
What tho’ thy notes are sad and lone,
By every simjile boatman blown!
Yet could I list from eve till morn,
Delighted to the simplest horn!
How oft in boyhood’s cloudless ii!ay
I’ve stroll’d by wild Ohio's stream,
Marking his silvery billows play,
Bright with the sun’s declining*beam,
While some loan boatman from the deck,
Musing on coming storms,and wreck.
Pour’d his soft slumbers to that tide
Where all his hopes, his fortunes ride,
As if to woo the fickle ware
From wreck and storm, his boat to save!
Delighted nature, dark the sound,
Enchanted echo bore it round
In whispers soft, and softer still,
From hill to plain, and plain to hill,
And e’en the reckless, frolic boy,
Elate with hope, arid wild with joy,
Who gambol’d by the river’s side.
And sported with the fretting tide
Feels something new pervade his breast,
Cjtain his light step, cut short his jest,
Bend* o’er the flood his eager ear
To catch the sounds far off, and dear.
Drinks the sweet draught, but knows not why
The tear of rapture fills his eye.
And cau he now, to manhood grown,
Tell why those notes, simple and lone,
As on the ravish’d ear they fell
Bound every sense m magic spell ?
There is a tide of feeling given
To allonearth. its fountain, Heaven,
Beginning with the downy flower,
Just epe’d in Flora’s vernal bower,
Rising creation’* orders through;
With bolder murmur, brighter hue.
That tide is sympathy! it* ebb and flow.
Give life its gleams of joy. it* shades of wo.
Music, the master-spirit that can inovo
Its waves of war, or lull them into love.
Can charm from beatity’s'eye the bfttef tear,
And I ;ft from sorrow’s heart its load of care.
Can cheer the sinking sailor on flic wave,
And bid (he soldiur on, nor heed the grave;
Inspire the fainting pi'grhn on the road,
And elevate his heart and soul to God.
Then: oitman! wind that horn again!
Tho’ much of sorrow mark its strain,
Yet are its notes to sorrow dear!
What tho’ Any rtakefond memory's tear!
Those are memory’s sacred feast,
And rapture oft her chosen guest.
Frankfort, Kentucky. ......
Paiuts, Varnishes, »Vc.
W HITE LEAD, Venetian Red, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead. Litharge, Lamp Black, Whiting.
Terra de Beilina, (Spanish Brown, Linseed Oil. Spts.
Turpentine. Copal Varnish, Japan Varnish. Leather
Varnish, Picture Varnish, also, ... ...
TTT'm/orr Glass, Paint Brushes, Sc.
Fob 18 35 By J. H. & W. S. ELLIS
g4 qr. Casks Madei.a Wines
H | do do do
March IQ. 37
Will. II. BURDSALL.
We subjoin, from Noiv-Oileaus papers, some
valuable statistical information in regard to Mex
ico. supposing ih st our readers, like ourselves,
must have often fell the want of such intelligence.
We now see the effect of brother Jonathan’s in
quisitiveness. Tho priests would doobtless have'
kept all tho knowledge they could in their own
hands, as has tieeu usual with them time out of
miud. knowiug belter than most people that
knowledge is power." At present tho case is
“A chiefs among them takin* notes,
‘An’ faith, he’ll print ’em.”
A STATISTICAL VIEW OF MEXICO.
The Uuited States of Mexico formed their con
stitution in 1824. on tho plan of onr Federal U-
aioo. The deviarinus were feiv and inrousidera-
19 states and 4 Territories formed the con
federation. A president was to he elected every
four years, and could not be re-elected. A sen
ate of two members from each state, atid a de-
pi t for each 80,000 population formed thecoD-
According to lit it constitution, every man atihe
age of 18 years becamo a voter; uo other qunli-
liration was required.
Indians atid Mestizoes, negroes and mulattoes,
were equally free citizeus anti voters.
The population of Mexico is at present about
8,000,000 In 1794. it Was about 5,000,000 ; mil
in 1806 it was 5,500,000; and in 1825 it was 6,-
ated land of Mexico it hris yielded 50 to J,
while in Europe only 10 or 12 to J, is considered
tho a vertigo production; ami t!i» best lands in
Kentucky yields only 22 to i.
To produce 1,000.000 pounds of sugar, only
159 laborers are required, while 300 are requisite
in Cuba add Louisiana.
The nrpdticiion of coffee it still easier in Mex
ico; ten then can tend 200,000 trees, whiih on
au average, produce 590,000 pounds.
Cotton, .also, of a quality far superior to ours,,
can he purchased in many parts of Mexico, in
I greater quantities by one third, limn cats be ob
tained from the uest4;ii)d$ in LoirLtaka.
The silver mines in Mexico are perhaps iock -
li.itistilile ; .‘f.f'OO.f'OO.OCO of s.lvgr have hccu
i drawn from them during 300 years past, averag
ing $10,000,000 per annum.
The English .Mining Company was established
in 1823; there are no tv If); English 7; North
American 2 ; German 1. The business, however
has hccu unprofitable.
The great source of wealth in .Mexico, is her
eminently productive soil. All the production; of
southern Europe abound there in the kighdit state
of luxuriance and perfection.
Ilorses, cattle, sheep, &c- of the first quality,
can be raised at a very trifling expense; the cli
mate being remarkably congenial to their r.a :
lures. The expenses of winter feeding is avoid
ed. there being no winter there:—horses of tho
best quality can be obtained from 15 to 20 dollars
The Mexicans have 1,600,000,000 acres of
good land to lie sold to colonists on six years' cre
dit, nt a few cents per acre. Any poor man.'
therefore, without a cent, in his pocket, can pur
chase his thousand* of acres, of the very hestlnud
iu the world, nud frutn the productions of that
land, if he is industrious, at the expiration of six
years, find his paymeuts all made ami himself tn-
Agricultural labor cau lie obtained throughout
Mexico at the average rate of 25 ccuts per dry.
These low rates opernto evidently to the advan
tage of the ci terprisiug agricidturist; b’tit the'
consequence is time tenths of the natives forever
remain in the most abject poverty aud servitude.
Like tho ancient Israelites, they sell themselves
to pay their debts, and a small del) t of fivo dollars
often forces them into a servitude, from vihich,
in consequence of the high price of clothing and
the low rate? of labor, they are never able to ex
tricate themselves. Mechanical labor is mostly
performed by foreigners at from two to four dol
lars per day. Soldiers of iufautry have $1 25
cents per day, and of cavalry $2, bat they have
no rations allowed tliem; they must therefore
clothe and feed themselves, the government fur
nishing nothing but arms and ammunition. The
pay, however is always in arrears, and yery dffi-
rult to collect. They seldom receivo any thing
but clothing, charged to them at an extravagant
rate, and that only when reduced to the last ex
tremity. As to their food, they are often compel
led to borrow, beg or levy it by military contribu
tions. The Mexican forces aro at this titae id a
very disorganized and troubled state, reduced t|>
rags and beggary, without resources,'their pay se
veral u ouths iu arrears, aud the national treasury
exhausted. Such; is the nation with whom fbo
brave Texiaus are at war and such is the country
UNITED MEXICAN STATES.
As tho war is now raging between Mexico and
her late territories, Texas aud Coahuila, the fol
lowing statistics may no: be uniuierestiug, at least
to many of our readers. It is copied from tho
Comprehensive Atlas, which Mr. Fay, as agent; is'
now soliciting patronage for iu this city.
Area.—The territory of this republic, of which
the official style is Estndos Uuidos Mexicanotf,
extends frotri *15 deg. to 42 deg. N. L. and from
86 degf to 125 deg. W. L. having an area of
960.000 square tnilss.
Divisions.—The Mexican confederacy is (was)
composed of nineteen States, the Federal district
of Mexico, and four territories, as follows:
States Sf Ter.
Pop. I Capitals
S. Louis Potosi
' 508,000’ Merida
32,001 1 Ouxica
1 000,000 Flanhan
1 200,000 Qtretao
- 450,000 Cuanaxiiato
250.000 tjnn Louis
Coahuila:Texas 130.000 Mnntclova
Chihuahua 125,000 Chihuahua
Sonoro&Sinalo200,<'00 Villa del Fueto
Nciv Mexico ter 150,000 Santa Fa
Upper California 29,000 Moutery
Lowhr California 20;000 Locate
Tobascala aud Colima consists nearly of (hos-y
cities and their vicinities.
Tho population off the jvhole confederacy is'
rrot far short of 8,000,000, to wit: 4,000,000 Id-
iliaD*; 1,500,000 Creoles, decendants of Eure--,
peans; and the remainder mixed breeds. Tfjtr
mixed breeds are—Mulattoes, the descendants of
a white man and a black, Mestizoesi. of a whiteri
man and an Indian, and Zatnbos, of blacks amt
Indians, &c- Tho inhabitants are a 1 Rtrrran Ca-*"
John W. Porter, Esq was’ou MDnilay last e--
leeted Cashier, aud Alfred M. Nesbit, Esq. of
Athens,Clerk, of tho Central Bank in the plm cv
of C. C. Mills and L. D. Buckner; resigned
Capt. Watson, of Columbus, passed through
Tallahassee on the 12th, 011 his way to Fort King,
for the purpose of tendering to Gen. Scott, the
services of 200 warriors' of the Tehee tribe, i>.-
the campaign against the Seminoies.—ib.