•T/.JCO.V, GEOHGI.I, THEHSHAfV* JF.VjE 1G, IS3G.
Volume X.—dumber 51,
ic.sun o« subscription.
,, , rK DoLtAiw,j»«W«* advance, will pay for the pa-
T“* Mr> j.', VE Dou.«i». paid in advance, trill pay
If'T’Lnrr tiro years. Tr.s Dollar*, pa »rf in advance
I- ' i» for the paper five yean.
L MV* *i>< p«*« tcilhin six months after the year has
' ‘ y/, Three Dollars and Vfity Cents per annum
l 1 *'/,'. (Sirred. If not paid until the end of the year,
DjUjcs per annum will be charged—with interest
THF. undersigned informs his
fricnj* anil those of the late firm of
Cutter ff Cornwall, that lie intends re
IF x are Mouse S' Commission Htf.se ness,
at t!ie store next above the one recently oecti|iiod by
T.J. Chase, an the margin of East Macon, known os
the town of Troy.
fie further informs the public that he has bought the
■ toriisements not rxeevEngonVhnndfU trords, half f^’ondnU^nS' 3 U °"' °" W ° y ’ frOU * Xwr
■' or tieelrc brevier lines, icill be inserted one tunc ’ _,‘ J ' •
• in,,-* inner, than one insertion is L'ircu. . U GOOflSttliddmVOCCVtC'S,
together making his stock Complete, which will he sold
low for ready pay, lie will lie ready to receive Cotton
early in the fall, and be prepared to make advances.—
lie would particularly notice to his friends the great
advantages his Warehouses have over tlir.so in the
dense part of the city with regard to Fire. they being
detached from other buddings and at a distance from
any street er lane, and welt enclosed
Terms of Advertising.
I ’ <w dollar. When more than one insertion is given,
Uf 1 ' M f or the Jirst, and 50 cents for each continuance.
ichirh a dc.luithtt of ourfourth trill be made, when
I ' iis aitnnrt.
F'Wrtfs’. Tor Collectors' and Coroners' Sales art char-
I ‘ ’v Hrio Adccrtisen irill he allotted tiro s./uarrs in each
r., r ’p,rrnty Dollars per annum; nod in the same
. ... fir Tirenty
I ■f.t'for a larger spare—payable, quarterly.
I The erpense* qf ourbttsincss, a uil the slat.- if the limes,
.. ili,,t these terms should be rigidly adhered to.
If. 8. CUTTER..
A Fresh Assortment
20,000 pr for sale by J. NEWIIALL,
Ladies’ Seal, Morocco, l’runelln and Lasting Slips,
walking and Bootees.
Walking Bolivar fox’d Bootees, bi’k and col'd.
Leather slips, ties, walking jiivJ Bootees.
Misses’ col'd Lasting. Bootees and Slips,
do Leather, Kid and Lasting Slips and Sandals,
Cliildrens’leather, rul’d, prunella & morocco Shoes,
Teir ivirk S IFitt iat Elite of Ftffkets.
BRIG Amalia Strong, J. Cliaee, Master,
ifSt l’rommin, Mr. .Matthews, “
i)ig( new *■ Darien, C. P. Buckley, “
<ggr << “ Macon, A. Bihhins, “
’^schr. 1). 11. Crane, T. Baker, ?!
\i[500'l midsiilMtautiiil well calculated n)r Uic
.. (» with good accommodations for passengers, am! j Gent!emeu’s Bootees, < xford tics and low quarter
.'licwi conjmanders. fine of the vessels will al- j due Shor
lot at each end of the I.iue to receive freight, and
f| .,,;i regularly oneo a weak. Shippers by this hue
rl „,elect insurance at five eighths per cent and they j
,i, relv upon tho vessels being regularly despatched. t
Xu • siibscrdiors aro also agents for several Steamboats
nrin r 'gularly during the boating season between
|) jr icn. llawkiiisyille, and Macon, and are induced to
, v ,, unit they can give great facilities in forwarding
u d -stinnd for the interior of the Stnte.
r " HAWES, MITCHELL & COLLINS.
Darien. 1st July, 1335 3
Hiomeer Steam SSout Eitse.
Russett nud black buckskin do.
Seal skin l’liuips, russett and lil’k Slippers,
Light Boots aud j Roots, 500 pair Rubbers.
Coarsened coiiiinnn shops of every discription.
Also, 300 Packtsges of Dry Goads
Brown and blenched Shirtings atid Sheetings. Cal-
licnes. Satinetts. Cossiiners, Blankets aud Flannels,
120 do/., palm leaf llats,
10 cases low price fur Hats,
3 do iiest quality do.
•1 do fine satin beaver do
30 do/,, good woo] do.
Gingham am! silk Umbrellas,
The above are offered in lots to suit purchasers on
rt door to the Cost Office.
Hunt Pioneer, Copt. Goodwin,
“ Doeid Crocket!, “ M' Connie!:,
I iffy regulaiiy lielweeu Darien and Macon, one of
, ui leaving Darien about once a week with freight
’ ,;|l< ill tow.
siv:ii»boat thmlrWon, cap*. Bosusell,
mil run constantly between Darien and Savannah,
, ;J tiffnrd the greatest despatch to Cotton.
Tue subscriber's whole attention is devoted to fiicih-
,.,iiag irnijsportation between Macon and the Sea
He has invested a large sum to put h s line m
i'a: ui’i.t complete order, and believes that liis arraiigc-
giving despatch to freight and keeping it in
, i I order, while in his care, will make it the interest j
iif Cotton .Shippers and Merchants ordering goads, to
ruatiiitia their favors. .
At Darien lie lias secure and convenient tv anslmnsc-
fir reception of Goods, aud his H hartts there am eo
nr I irirh she Is.
,. „ h enables him to keep all Cotton sli pped mi he
lio its under shelter and protected from ti.e weather.
lauded for reshi r „o^ AMEg R
I [oi.coMr.r., Pr.cit & Co.,
J’.. I*. Butts,
J. T. Howiaso,
1). li. Halstead.
3/ icou, Nov. I~. ISM—52
.7(neon Sttam Moat Company.
Sic.i.uhjat duPLHIOU, Capt. George. Wilicox.
do. r.XCI'.L, “ J. L. AVillfox.
f f}^ i|(S company have now their lint* of peats in
» complete order for freighting- They have a
new* steamboat added In their line,called the Superior.
anil tm Tow-Boat*, ^ »
Tli * ll'Mt* will rup regularly betwo'» Macon and
Darien, one of the steamboats Joining Darien every (
fve m- six days with tow-bouts. Tho company have j
new sixteen tow-boats, all first rgtc boat*,built express-
h- for tba navigation o'' the Ocmulgee and Altainaha I
uvers; these iucrea-ed facilities will enable the. com- j
jiany dm means of giving ilia greatest i.cspa.ch to
ciiim or goods shipped by their line.
They have a Steamboat and a number of Stoops,
la carry cqtiqu and merchandise between Darien and
Savannah, and Darien and Charles!on. There are
aUo. five first rate Packets rmming regularly between
Dirieu anil New York, which come to Hawes &
Mildud, of Darien.
Agrntsfor the. iduue [toots :
J. GODDARD, Macon.
Roves, 11kvrv & '.V.M.TKn, Charleston.
B vi.nwix Co. Savannah,
IIiwks, AIitchki.i. & Cot.t.iv;, Darien,
i!>:o. K. Robkhts, Hawkiusville,
Macon. 2 llh Per- 1S35, rr u ,
Ocmulgee Steam Uoat f'ompauy.
IDS company will he prepared to commence hn-
it siuess, carlv ilt the next season—They will have
a iiuc of Packets between New York, and Darien aud
steam vessels4o forward goods from Darien to Macon
—Theagents in New York, Charleston, and aavanuali,
will he muhorise.! to contract for tho delivery of goods
n Macon, at a freight agreed on without intermedi
ate charge au<r tho agent in Macon will receive cotton
deliverable in Savannah, Charleston, and New York—
The conipnuv’s Vessels and boats, wi.l he of f-'* !- a,,s
with experienced commanders, aud no expense it 11 ^
soared to meet the patronage of the public. . .
IML R. YONGKdt SONS, Agents in Darien.
F3A i i i-. Subscriber having establisiied nnu.-df in
Al Alacou with a view to a permanent residence,
will keep constantly on hand a general assortment of
iSats, Caps* Furs die.
comprising every variety of style and quality, usually
'•ailed for at a similar establishment. Among his as-
•ortwiut may be found
Beaver, Satin Bearer, Otter, Castor Roarum aua
Mens Fur and Hair, Seal Caps, Boys black, bine
I and brown cloth Caps, Boniha/.ine do black and drab
j siik plush a new style, .Merino and Circassian Ac Ac,
From iiis long experience nud personal attention to
i the business of manufacturing lints in some of the
most extensive establishments ut the north, he is ena
bled to assure all those who may favor him -vith
dn-ir patronage that he can furnish ilieni with an arti
cle wfiicli for cheapness, neatness nud durability shall
be fully equal if not superior to any before offered in
the southern market. As his work will lie principal
ly inannfnrtnml at his establishment in .Macon, when
desired lie will finish hats to order in any style to suit
die purchaser. From the facilities tbits obtained and
from assiduity and attention to his business he hopes
to deserve its he trusts lie will receive a liberal share
ofpatronage. Oct 7, JR55
GEORGE A KIMBERLY
O’Wanted Beaver, Otter, Muskrat ami Raccoon
NEW DRUG STORE.
2>R. 3H. ZOOmi'S
H AS just received a large assortment of DRUGS
& MEDICINES, at the Store one door below
\V. B. Johnston’s Jkwf.lrv, which he will sell at mo
ierale prices; among which are
White Lead, Red Lead, Black Lead, Litharge, Verdi
gris, Chromic Green, Chromic Yellow, Spanish Brown,
Yellow Ochre, Stone Ochre, Umber, Venetian Red,
Lampblack, Rnsepink, Terra de Sienna, Vermillion.
Prussian Blue, Osborn’s water colours.
Linseed, Sperai, Whale, and Train Oils, and Spts.
Turpentine, Copal, Japan, Coach, Leather, A Picture
Flesh, Hair. Hat'"raining, Varnish, Furniture, Tooth,
Paint, Nail, Com Shoe, Scrubbiim, Sweeping, Dus
ting, Velvet, Whitewash, Clothes, Horse, and Velvet
Cologne, Rose Honey, Florida. Lavender, A Orange
Flower Wate», Aromatic Vinegar, Bears’ Oil, Antique
Oil, Chlorine Tooth Wash, Cream Soap and other
Shat iug Soaps, Wash Balls, Drop laike, Essences of
Rose and Cedrnt, Extrait de Meil, Flake White, Hair
Potvdrr, Orris Root, Milk of Roses, Oils of Orange,
Bergamot, Cedrat, Cinnamon, Lavender. N'eroli. and
Roses; Osy-eblorine Lotion. Pear) Powder, Pomatum,
Powder Polls, Preston Salts, Pink Saucers, Fancy vi
als. Tonquin Beaus, Yin de Rouge, Vegetable Rouge,
A- Macassar Oil.
Anuatto, Cudbear, Fig Blue, Fustic, Galls, Indigo,
Madder, Nicaragua Wood, Alum, Turmeric, and
Acetic, Citric, Oxalic A other Acids, Acoustic Oil.
Alcohol, Nitrate of Ammonia, Concentrated Liquor of
Ammonia, Atkinson’s Depilatory, Balm of Columbia,
Patent Barley, Breastpipes, Brimstone, Cayenne Pep
per, Spanish' Saffron. Ammouiaret of Copper, Sago,
Emetine, Cicuta Plaster, Ext. Aloes, Cinchona, Col-
ncynth, Elatcriuni, Jalap, Kahinca, Nux Vomica, Rhu
barb, Rkntnuin, Lead, Savin, Sarsaparilla A Cubebs,
Dandelion, A'alerian, Opium A others. Phosphate of
Iron, Red Oxyde of Iron, Tartariz’d Iron &f. Gimjfr
Powders. Hnindtou’s Elixir, Magnesian Aperient
English Calomel, Hoffman’s Anodyne, Oil’d Silk or
Hat Case; Iodine, Jujube Paste, Lactiicariuni. Lan
cets, Patent Lint, Lupuliue, Lobelia, Medical Spoons
Acetate and Sulphate of Morphia, Mustard, Oils of
Caraway, Copaiva, Croton, Fennel, Wiijtergreen, Be
neca, Dcnnrcotised and Powdered Opium, l’hosphu
rtts, Pipeline, Pocket Instruments. Hydriodate A Ox
y-niuriate of Potash, Potter's Catholicon, Liquor of Po
tash, Dragon’s Blood, Seatons, Stoughton’s Elixir,
Strychnine, Powdered Valerian, Rhubarbarine, Sali-
cine, Sanford’s Bark, Lac Sulphur, Syrup of Liver
wort, One Stethoscope, Swaitn’s Panacea, Senility.
Powders, Tamarinds, Tincture of Colchicum, Wine
ofColchicum,Trusses,Tnrhith Root. White Hellebore,
Colchicum Seeds, Acetate "f Colchicum, Aromatic
Carbonate of Ammonia ; an Assortment of Patent Me
dicines. and ail others in common use, Garden Seeds,
and Shop Furniture for Physicians.—
Couching, Cupping, aud small Scaling. Instruments
and one second hand set of Amputating and Trephin
iny Instruments.April 20
Conuntfcsltjn Rusiacss, Bmicn G;:<
T ill. Undersigned give notice that they have this
day mined their interests in this.place, under the
firm of Rowland, ErancA Sliackclt'ord,
for the purpose of transacting Commission Business.
Particular attention will pe paid to receiving and for
warding produce and merchandize- One of the firm
will remain in Darien during the summer months, with
efficient assistance, and as they will have a number of
small boats running to their address, will he ablfi !o
give despatch in Forwarding merchandize addressed to
them for the interior. They respectfully solicit the
patronage of their respective friends and the public.
Darien June 1. JOHN T ROWLAND
H A CRANE
F R SHACKELFORD
The Macon Messenger and Telegraph Milledgeville
Recorder and Federal Union, Columbus Enquirer and
Ncwnnn Palladium will publish the above twico
month for three months.
' STRIKE THE I.YRF. AGAIN.’
Eutest style Mitral* Mats.
GEO. A. KMIBERLY
M AB now on hand, aud in progress of manufac
ture. an assortment of the above named 1IATS,
which for slyle and quality cannot he excelled ; and at
prices lower than usual in this market, mart h 17 57
J AMES S. OLCOTT has just received a hand
some addition to his stock of
Books and Station ary,
AMONG WHICH ARK
Paris and the Parisians, by Mrs. Trollope; The Self
Condemned, a novel. Records of a London Clergy
man, Ac. Porter’s Rhetorical Render and Analysis,
excellent for youth, endeavoring to argue corteciues*
in i-niiiiriution and composition, Penny Magazine for
jrfi’ll, ’J mid ’5, bnndsinbely bound, hie lily instructive
and captivating to youth. 1st 2d mid 3d part Emerson's
American Arithmetic, also. Pike’s A Key’s, llume’s i
ami Sun llel’s llistorv of England,2 volumes, abridged }
for youth. Parents’’ Assistant, by Maria Edgworlh
Rosamond and uther stories, Ac.
Fine perforated paper, designed fur fancy work, Ac.
Camel hair Pencils, Paints, Ac. Ac.
Teachers wilt find it for their interest to call.
Also a line pair of Globes.
May 25 43
%V«eip Store— Erestf Goods.
T HE subscriber is now opening, on second street
next door to Patrick A Martin, and nearly op
posite the Commercial Bank, a complete assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dll Y GOODS.
Which will be sold at prices lunch reduced, being bo’t
on reasonable terms and cheap, they will be sold ac
cordingly. His stock comprises in part as follows
8-4, 0-4 and 10-4 Loudon Diifiil Blankets—10-4 and
12-4 line Mackinaw do—Negro Plains anil Linseys—
snper blue, black, brown mixt Cloths—Fine and com
mon .Satinets, assorted colors—superfine Vulentia and
Toilinct Vestings—super white and red Flannels—do
Black and colored G-4 Merinos—do do Bonihazetts
tine(i-4 Bombazines—Pink Ratiuet—figured Circas
super and common plain and twilled Calicoes—swigs,
Jaconet, Mull aud Book Muslins—black and colored
cambric Ginghams—Irish Linens in £ pieces very fine
—colored and white Homespuns—Rowell cassitnercs
and checks—birdseyc and Russia Diapers—Linen
cambric Ilkfs, Russia sheetings, Ac
Black super Poi dc soie silks—do Italian Lustring uo
—rich colored silks very cheap—Levantines, sarsnets
.Mandarin, Herninci, embroidered Romani, Bagdad,
rich satin, fignered Thibet, embroidered Thibet wool
and martin gauze Ilkfs—rich figured gauze Ribbons—
Handsome thread Edgings aud Quiltings—Blond Ed
gings and Bobinet Laces—-and many other articles,
which cannot fail to gi«-<- -on.faction as to price and
quality. dec 17 25
may 27lh 13U5_ 41)
4'onunis.iiou Biitttincss, JUarieu. j.
, j HR undersigned have resumed business as a- i
3 bate, and will as heretofore pay prompt atlcu-1
lion to all business entrusted to their care. We believe
vie have made arrangements that will enable us at all i
times tc forward goods for the interior with the least.
possiblo delay, by - steamboats when the river will aij- j
Ul hlids St. Croix Sngar of superior quality,
50 hags Coffee,
45,000 lbs Swede Iron,
100 kegs Nails, assorted,
25 iiiids choice Molasses,
150 whole and half bids Canal aud Richmond
5 pipes pure II. Gin nud C. Brandy warranted
pure hiiiI three years old.
20 hhk old Monongnhala Whiskey, 5 proof,
75 hbis pure Kuui, and20 Gin,
April fi 41 DAVID RALSTON.
|11F. subscribers aro now receiving their usual
vj - spply of SPRING GOODS, consisting of a
mit. or”:n extreme low river by small flats or lighters, ‘ gr ,. al variety of
built expressly for that business. On our wharves Fancy and staple Dry Goods, &c.
are hirgs Storehouses, calculated for the storing o! cot- Their customers, and the public generally are respect-
ion at die least possible expense, and our opportunities j fully invited to call. *
to forward cotton inland or coastwise, arc not exceed-j April 4 41. GEORGE W. J*RICE. A Co.
*tl by any other House. Darion, May 20,
11AWES. MITCHELL A COLLINS, j
Commission If tininess, JFarien.
T HE Undersigned have formed a Copartnership
lor the purpose of transacting a general Com-,
mission uud other business under tho firm ol
SNOW & ROGERS* ...
aud olTer their services to their friends, nud the ptiulic
generally, in the above business. Forwarding Goods ,
and produce to and from tho interior of tho Slate, will J
receive particular attention. It may be proper to
state that they have no connection with any ol the '
Steam 'ntusportationliues; Goods for the interior will
always hr shinned by tlioso who will probably give
tli'-rn the greatest despatch. S i5nrM?n <s
Jon 1,1335 23 GEO. T. kOGI.Ka
The Attention of the Public
1 .8 respectfully called to a very extetisivo assortment
of NEW GOODS,
now opening by the subscribers al their new store cor
nerof Cotton Yvenuo and Cherry street, which arc
offered on very liberal terms at wholesale or retail.—-
Wo are also receiving a very largo stock ot
Heady made Clothing.
suitable for the season, comprising nluiostevcry article
1W gentlemen's wear. April 13 42
FORT. HAMILTON A WILEY .
received, and for sale by
\nril t 41 GEORGE \V. PRICE A Co.
MAO 1C Fever and Agne—Rowan’s Tonic Mixture
BP —Quinine Mixture, for sale bv
april2fi 44 J. H. A W S. ELLIS
. l.'a.-Jis Almlt-i.a W1111:
J do do do
VVM. II. OURDSAI.L.
W A j. 11. Bi KDMALL,
H AS Jusi received a new uud extensive as
Superfine blue, mack, invisible green, Adelaid, olive
brown and green Broadcloth Dress Coats,
Superfine blue, hluek, brown anil grecu Cloth Frock
Superfine bloc, olive, green ami mix’d CloUi Coatteos,
and blue, steel mix’d and fancy colored SaUiuet
Coattces and Frock Coats,
Super, blue, black, invisible green, drib, brown, olive,
and green Cloth Pantaloon*,
Bine, black and fancy colored Sattinet Pantaloons,
Youth’s cloth and satlinct Dress and Frock Coats,
do do do Pantaloons,
Black and bloc Cassimere. black and colored Velvet,
black Florinline, black Bombazine, dark and light
r >1 S table. colored Valcutia. English Silk, colored and white
J OSEPH WACN’VVRIGHT at his old Stand, on MerseillcsToilinet, Swansdown and Sattinet Vests
tho Court House square, still carries on tho ah- Camlet Cloaks and Great Coats,
«ve business Horses kept by tho month or day—and Mixed, brown Cloth A Patershaoi Box Coats.
Horses and-Carriages tc hire—on die most moderate j Iwon Skin Overcoats, _ . -
taruu. Jati. 14 20 1 Fine Linen Shirts, Collars, Bosoms, Socks, Ac-
Plitiu and Ornamental Paiutin??.
finilK subscriber has taken the shop foimerly oc-
M. copied by .Mr. Thos. McCIcskey, nearly oppo
site the new market, and is now prepared to execute
id! kinds of
House and Sign Painting,
Oil Nut aud Bnrnished Gilding,
Gilding and Glazing,
Having in his employment some of the most effi
cient workmen to be found iu the State, lie will be a-
lile to undertake largely and execute with neatness.
April 4 (ini 41 DANIEL T. REA.
it'atchcs, Jewelry, Silver If’are, &C.
C. G. St. JOHN
W ATCH Maker A Jeweler Cotton Avenue op
posite Washington Hall, ltespectlully in
forms his fricuds and the public, that he has taken tho
store formerly occupied by the Hnwkinsville Bank
where he is now opening a new and splendid assort
ment of WATCHES A JEWELRY of the best qual
ity and latest fashions-selected with great taste and
judgement expressly for this market, among his assort
ment may be found Gold pocket Chronometers splen
did Gold Duplex, Patent Lever's and Ruby Cylinder
T HE undersigned have formed a connexion for
the transaction of a general FACTORAGE
and COMMISSION BUSINESS in this city, under
the firm of COOM BS A DOUGHTY’.
JOHN S. COOMBS,
Savannah. June I 50 E. W. DOUGHTY.
* NEW LIVERY STABLES
.Inti Carriage Hepository.
C MIXER, respectfully informs his friends.that
• die has Leased the ^Vare-houseand Lot known
as Burton’s.late Mr. John’ Rees, near the Planter’s
Hotel—and has all those superior buildings construc
ted into Stables an4 Carriage Houses.—Has on hand,
and will keep, a general asortment of CARRIAGES
for sale of the letesl fashious nud best finish. His con
nection iu this branch of his business, is such, as to in
duce him to believe, he can offer greater inducements
to the purchaser, than any like Establishment at the
South. His Stalles are all Dirt Stalls—iride, high
and airv; can accimiuodatc any number of Horses on
Livery’from 1 to 200—price per day, each Horse,
longer or shorter time, 50 cents.—Horses aiid Car- J
ringes of every kind usually hired, can be had on the j
most reasonable terms. The proprietor pledges hitn-
selfto do every justice to his Friends—who may pat
C ASH will be paid for one Road YVagon and four
or five Horses—Mules would be preferred.
1 l’air of Extra fine Northern Carriage Horses, 7
and 3 years old, of fine blood, price $1200, sold for ro
1 Pair Sorrels, 15J bauds high, 6 and 7 years old,
fine Travelers, well broke, can be recommended for
family use—belonging to a private gentleman who is
going to travel, and wishes to sell iuinied ately.
1 Pair Oatk Bays, Iff hands high, 5 and 8 years old,
sound ninl gentle—and I Saddle l’oney, young and
Two Barouches, I Buggy, 1 Sulky and two Gigs;
ail have been used some.—Sold for cash.
Mav 24- 3m. 50
♦ 'I APT Marry alt’s complete works in i volume,
J Pencillings by the Way, _
Gilbert Gurney, a novel, ill 2 volumes,
Tiie Naval Sketch Book, 2d series,
Life and times of Rienzi,
Spain revisited, by the author ofa year in Spain,
Private Life of LaFayette; Rienzi,
Adventures of a Rifle Brigade,
Cotton on the Religions state of the country',
Tomlin's Law Dictionary,
Milford's Pleadings, Ac. Ac.
Just received and for sale by
Jm<e9 50 JAMES S. OLCOTT.
si) sOk BBL3 first quality Newark Cider just receiv-
and for sale by
march 10 37 ’ CIIARLES CAMPBELL.
M Y Saw and Grist Mill with the Lands and Tim
ber attached. Also, the Teams, Sawyers,
My entire stock of Goods, consisting of Groceries,
Dry Goods, Hard ware, Crockery Ac.
250,000 lbs Bacon.
9 or 10 store Houses on Cherry street, good Busi
9 improved Dwelling Lots in Macon. 200 acres
well limbered Pitie Land oyc aqd a hajf miles from
19J likely Negroes.
Likewise, ni* Household furniture.
The whole will be sold at reduced prices and on ac
commodating terms. 'xpecting to be absent from
this state, I am desirous ot closing the busiuess before
tho first of July.
July 9 50 D. RALSTON ^
TIERCES Rice for sale by
lO BRAMAN A HODGES.
Storp formerly occupied by T T Wyche. 3tj>
Ilhds best quality family Molasses just re
ceived and for sale by „ „
ii'ftc V no aftlXTH, RODGERS A CO.
W HEREAS Irby Stamper, guardian of Thomas
Pitman, orphan of John Pitman, late of said
county deceased, applies to me for dissniission from
ti,e guardianship of said orphan.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all persons
concerned to be and appear at my office icithin thetime pre
scribed by law, to shew cause if any they hare, why said
application should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office this 14th March. 1836.
;a) H. G. JOHNSON, c. c. ».
From the American?Monthly Magazine.
His echoing axe the settler swung
Auiid.the sea-like solitude.
And rushing, thundering, down were flung
The Titans oftlie wood;
Loud shriek’d the eagle asi he dashed
From out his mossy nest, which crash'd
With its supporting bough,
And the first sunlight, leaping, flash'd
Oil the wolfs below.
Rude was the garb, and strong the frame
Of him who plied his ceaseless toil,
To form that garb, the wild-wood gamo
Contributed their spoil.
Tiie soul, that warm’d that frame disdain’d
Tho tinsel, gaud, and glare, thatreigned
Where men their crowds collected;
The simple for untrimm’d unstain’d,
This forest tamer deck’d.
Tho paths which wound mid gorgeous trees,
The stream whose bright lips kiss’d their
The winda that » veil’d their harmonies
Through those sun hiding bovvers,
The temple vast—the green arcade.
The nestling vale—tl e grassy glade,
Dark cave and swampy lair.
These scenes and sounds ma jegty made
Iiis world, his pleasures, there.
His roof adorn’d a pleasant spot,
Mid the black logs green glowd tiie grain,
And herbs, and plants the woods knew not,
Throvein the snn and rain.
The smoke wreath curling o’er the dell,
The low—the bleat—the tinkling bell,
All made a landscape strange,
Which was the living chronicle
Of deeds that wrought the change.
The violet sprnug at Spring’s first tinge,
The rose of summer spread its glow,
The maze hung out its Autumn fringe
Rude Winter brought his snow;
And still the lone one labor’d there,
Ilisshout and whitest woke the air.
As cheerily he plied
His garden spade, or drove his share
Along the hillock’ side.
He mark’d the fire-storm’s blazing flood
Roaring and crackling ou its path.
And scorching earth, and anelting wood,
Beneath its greedy wrath.
He mark’d the rapid whirlwind shoot,
Trampling the pine tree with its foot,
Aud darkening thick the day
With streaming bough and sever’d root,
Hurl’d whizzing on its way.
His gaunt hound yell’d his rifle flash’d,
The grim bear hush’d his savage growl,
In blood and foam the panther gnash’d
His fangs, with dvinghowl;
The fleet deer ceas’d its flying bound,
Its snarlin wolf foe bit the ground,
And with its moaning cry
The beaver san beneath the wound
Its pound-built Venj.ce by.
Humble the lot yet his the race!
When Liberty sent forth her cry,
Who thioug’d iti Conflict’s deadliest place,
To fight—to bleed—to die.
Who cumber’d Bunker’s height of red,
By hope, through weary year- were led,
And witness’d York Town’s sun
Blaze on a Nation’s banner spread,
A Nation's freedom won.
Monticello, Sullivan Co'. N. Y. A. B. S.
Deport of another Biot at Balatia I—We regret to
learn that the spirit of riot is not yet subdued. From
Conversation which we have had with a gentleman
who passed through Batavia yesterday inorning we
learn that 9 large number of the wttffssa the Holland
Land purchase, had congregated at Alexander, and
appearad resolute in their determination to demolish
tiie office oftlie company, at all hazards. They were
reported to have assembled from the counties of Catr
tarangits, Chatauqne, Erie, and Genesee. It is said
that among them were men whosecharacter3 had stood
hitherto above reproach.
A rumor has reached iis that the rioters had entered
Batavia, and were marching through the streets with
flyii-g colors! Wo hope tbis rumor inay prove mbpr-
rect.—-Rochester Democrat, 27th ult.
The Governor ofMarylnnd has pardoned all tho per
sons imprisoned ou account oftlie riots in Baltimore in
August last—ibis measure pfclcmcncy was considered
as having been called for by memorials from a large and
respectable number of the citizens of Baltimore.
The Cincinnati Whig, of the 24th ult. states, that
the reported death of Dr. Benj Harrison, (son of Gen.
Harrison,) the shockiug details of which have recently
S one the rounds ofthe newspapers, is entirely unfottn-
ed. Letters had been received from the Doctor, Iby
bis famaily. stating his having been captured by a party
of Mexicans, who had not only released him, but fur
nished liini With a horse, Ac. and on his return was
taken by theTexians, 011 suspicion of being a spy ari
sing from the false representations of his servant At
the time of writing, he was oil board a Tex i an vessel of
warand expected soon to establish his innocence of iho
charge, and be relwrod.
W HEREAS Edwin Medor applies to me for let
ters of dismission from tiie administration on
the estate of John Richardson, dec .ascd,
These are therefore to cite and ad-ronish all and
singular the kindreil and creditor* of said deceas
ed, to be and appear at my office, within the time
prescribed by law, to show cause, if any they have
why said letters should not be granted.
Given under niy hand, this 7th day of March. 1836.
” "ROOgS, c. c. o.
WM. II. BI
THEREAS Thomas N. McWilliams applies to
r me for letters of dismission from the estate of
Rebecca Eckles, _ f
u . u j -j These are therefore, to cite and admonish all and sing-
Watches with Extra Jewels and indeneneiitseconds of ular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to shuo
the most approved makers and rated to suit the dim- cause.(if any they hit re,) within the time prescribed by
ate and a general assortment of Ladies A Gentlemens
Gold and Silver Patent Levers Lepine and plain
Watches. Fine Gold Chains, Seals, Keys, Ear rings
Breast Pina and Finger rings. Gold and silver ever
pointed pencils, Gold and silver spectacles, silver
spoons, pen and pocket knives dirks, canes, pistols,
Ac. Ac. Together with a great variety of other arti
cles kept in hislinc
N- B. He has selected the best of materials for re
pairing watches and will give satisfaction to those who
may favor himwi lb their custom.
A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited.
Oct 27 18
A New and splendid article for Ladies Dresses, just
received by CRAFT A LEWIS,
april 27 44
A Large assortment just received by
april 27 41 CRAFT A LEWIS.
Cuba .Molasses a nit Hale Hope.
ij'fc ' j, lltfDS Cuba Molasses prime quality,
100 Coils bale Rope, best quality.
May 5 45 for sale by REA A COTTON.
Carpeting and Rugs,
red, a ‘
1 .May5 45
' G. W. PRICE A Co.
tF a superior quality,
' May 5 35 G. W. PRICK A Co.
SPLENDID assorimentof Carpeting and Rugs,
Also—Oil Floor Carpeting5£and 8 feet wide,
vpri! 18 43 For sale by CRA FT A LEWIS.
Itice. Raisins, Ac.
sOitLP 60 bags Coflee,
15 lihds Sugar,
20 boxes best Malaga Raisins,
Best Apple Vinegar, A,c. Ac.
April 18 43 For sale by CRAFT A
law, why said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 26th April, 1836.
45 CHAS. n. RICE. c. c. o.
CjT Houston eo. j the estate of John CAamfccrs, applies
for letters of Dismission— .... ,
And John S Taylor applies for dismission from the
estate of William F O'Picat, deceased—
Theseare therefore to cite and admonish all and singu
lar the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be and
appear at my office icithin the time prescribed by law, to
shtw cause if any they have, tchy said letters should not he
” Given under my hand at office, this 21st day of Jan
uary, 1836. 31 CHAS. II RICE c. c. o.
GEORGIA i Pike County. , .
W HEREAS Francis LMatthews administrator
of the Estate of Isaac Matthews deceased,
applies tome for letters of dismission :
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creators of said de
ceased, to be and appear at my office within the
time prescribed by law, to shew cause if any they
can tchy said letters shall not be granted them- ,
Giveu under my hand at office tills 5th day of Jau y
1836. 29 II. G. JOHNSON, c. c.
GEORGIA: Houston County. ~~
W HEREAS Shadrack Dennard aud Samuel
Felder apply for letters of Administration on
the estate of Henry elkel, deceased:
These are therefore to cite -mil admonish all ana sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased toln and
appear at mg office within the time prescribed by law to
shcio cause if auythty have• tchy said letters should not he
Given under my hand at office May 23,18o6.
CHARLES II. RICE, c. c. ».
Good Mews for Speculators —It appears, from a
statement made to Congress, a few days since, by the
Secretary of tiie Treasury, in answer to a resolution
of the House of Representatives, that the quantity of
Government lauds surveyed aud offered for sale prior
to the lstof January last, was 169,178,042 acres; and
that the quantity surveyed and remaining unsold, at
the same date, was 119,259,728 acres. Difference,
49,918.314. So it appears that the quantity already
surveyed and subject to private entry for purchase, is
a good deal more than double the whole amount sold
from 1787 to the 1st of January last, a period of 49
years. And, gentlemen, when you have bought this
small patch of 119,259,728 acres now ready at your
hands, thete will remain afew acres more, which, upon
a pinch, can be surveyed and brought into market.—
To more than -100,000,000 acres of such lands, i. e.
lands not yet surveycu. the ludian title has been alrea
dy extinguished. The whole amount of unsold lands
to which the ludian title had been extinguished prior to
the beginning of 1832, was 227,293,884 acres; and
very large additions have been made since, far exceed
ing the amount of sales. The following schedule
shows where the surveyed lands are situated. The
first column expresses the number of acres offered for
sale prior to last January, and the second column the
number of acres remaining unsold.
Fall from Paterson Falls.—A little girl, named Bus-
kirk, 12years old, gathering birch with sowo compan
ions, fell over one of the precipices on Monday morn
ing, and was instantly kilted. The Peterson Intelli
gencer, says a similar accident happened at, or near
the same place a year or two ago, when a boy was
killed by incautiously venturing too near the precipice,
(From the New York Evening star )
The Races.—A clear, cold day—wifi* pigir.
! ground Jnmp and heavy, we would hftvtf hit tlr
long odds against the Southern horse, folly per
suaded that he would have had chills and fever,
and could not stand the thermometer at GO—-
and that the bottom of Post Boy would far ex
ceed the speed of Johu Itascomb: but wo were
in error- not the first time in these and other
matters. We were not on tho ground, remem,;
beiiug that at the last races speed ol the locomotivei
in an open car, compelled us to swallow the hind
quarter efa sharp raw North Easier, which filled
our lungs with wind and gave us a respectable
cold for which we had to be bled and physicked.
Our reporter, who defies wind and weather,
volunteered to risk a visit to the corse, and says
, the whole affair was beautiful, aud created
much excitement. The Northern boys wore full
of hope and glee—snuffed up the cold air—rat
tled lieuton’s miut drops triumphantly in their
pockets, and squinted knowingly at the draft
hats from the Sou h; while the lads to the side
of Mason and Dixon’s line quiet as }njtubs—pat
ted the smooth coat of their horse—pretended to
look grave—took up every bet offered with great;
coldness—but there v> as a lurking devil iu their
gye that gave assurauce of triumph. Tap went
the drum and off went the animals. Bascomb
a bright cljesnut, and Post Bov a dark bay—both
five year old creatures; Post Boy inside, John
Bascomb laggiug behind at his ease. About
halfway around tlje course, John Bascomb shot
ahead, and came in from forty to fifty yards win
ner. Our Northern boys were a little taken back,
hut rallied their spirits, aud felt sanguine that in
tho second heat Post Iloy w ould win. First heat
run in 7 minutes 49 seconds, the four miles.
In a half h< ur. both horses started in fine stylo
aud kept neck and ueck, nearly the w r hole heat;
it was evident, however, that the rider of tho
Southern horse possessed most skill, and Post Boy
was pushed with great Ibrce. John Bascomb
trailing along wiih ease, aud came out winner ;
the last heat being run in seven minutes aud fifty
one and a half seconds.—Both nags are of fiuo
speed aiid bottom. Post Boy the strongest in
the loins, aud probably as swift as John Bascomb
hut there is much iu training and riding. Ilad
Post Boy won the second heat, we think his bot
tom would have iusured a victory.
Michigan, w of lake.
Total, 169,178.042 91 119,259,728 39
It further appears that the cost of these lands to the
United States, in different ways, is nearly equal to all
that (so far) has been realized trom them. The a-
mount paid by purchasers for the 40,918;314 acres
sold, was $74,261,746 30; ol vyhich $64,210,532 86
got into the Treasury. Now against this sum must be
feet off for principal and interest of the Louisiana
1 $23,529,353 48
During my absence from the State,
IIENRY G. ROSS is fully authorised to trans
act all business appertaining to the office of Clerk ol
tho Inferior Court of Bibb county.
JOS. J. HOLLOM4CJ,
Florida, principal and interest.
Compact in Georgia;
Expenses of surveys, tnunagem’t Aq.
To winch might he added Cumberland
Payments on account of Indians beyond
Three percent, to the new States,
Tetal, $66,632,823 23
Deduct rec’ts into Treas’ry as above, 64,210,134 91
Received less than expended to Js t
January last, $2,422,688 3-
During the first quarter of the present year, the re
ceipts into the Treasury for lauds sold, amounted to
the extraordinary sum of $6,439,650; being more
than during the whole year 1834, aud about half the a-
monnt of the whole of 1835. wh n the rage for specu
lation was generally considered at its height It may
he interesting in tliisconnexlon, to examine the amount
of sales of public lands for several years past. VVc
will begin with 1826.
1835 about 13,000,000
Paid into Treasury.
N. Y. Journal of Commerce,
Laughable.—Night before last three cjtoux v$*
ry honest Spanish tars were engaged as supernu
meraries at the St. Charles theatre, to assist it\
the performance of die Italia:: opera of OteHtf-
They had the honor of acting the part of slaves
of the Moor: one of them as body servant to the
first actor man styled Signor Montressor. Ou
their way homewards, having forgot to wnsU
their faces, they were encountered by a Cbuilia
of the Gth ward night watch, who very politely
asked them for their passes, which being unable
to produce, they were being gallantly escorted to
the watch house; hut in passing by the St.
Charles, were rceoguised, anil upon a little par
ley with the manager, released, on conditiou
they should forthwith wash their faces.—Neta
Orleans True American.
Fight between two Eagles.—The Woodbury
(Netv Jersey) Constitution says, that while Isaac
Uiuchman, Esq was riding near Kepanpo, in
that country, on Friday last, hi: heard a tioiso
overhead, and on looking up, saw two Eagles
iu a fierce contest with each other. In a short
time both birds fell together. But before Mr. H,
reached the spot, one of the birds had flown
off; the other he found dead with a wound closq
under the wing, aud other severe bruises, 'if ho
dead eagle measured six feel from tip to tip ; a
quid plucked front its wiug bears upon it conclu
sive proof of the deadly strife—it beiug much bro
Tallahassee, May 30th, 1836.
An express reached us this morning from the
mouth of the Ouithlacoochec, giving us the gra
tifying intelligence (hat Lt. Col. Redd at the head
of 75 or 80 meu had succeeded in relieving tho
small garrison of 40 men posted at a Block Iloxtso
on that river, without firing a shot. He had also
entered the Suwannee lor the purpose of reliev
ing a .small grrrison of milhiia posted at Suwan
nee Old Towu, who were at the last accounts
encompassed by the enemy. He will be at homo
again iu a few days, and wo aro preparing la
receive the gallant handful of melt who have.'
fought for so many weeks the whole force of thtr
enemy, with the houors they deserve- My old
school-fellow, Dr. Samuel A. T. Lowrcnce, wa^
the Surgeon of tho garrison relived. His rela
tions and friends iu Savannah Trill no doubt
rejoiced to hear of his safety; The people who
abandoned their plantations in Jeffersou countys
and the frontier of this county, have mostly re
turned, aud the district of midtile Florida rs nowjT.
as quiet as any part of tho Southern country.’*
From the Jacksonville Courier, 2d inst.
Most of the temporary forts erected by tiie m%
habitants in Alachua, havo been deserted, nixT
the people are flocking to Black-Creek, twenty-
five miles from this place, and some few families
havo reached here.
An express arrived here last week from Nfftv-
nansviile, thirty-five miles north of Micauopy,
bringiug news of the murder of Capt. Gibbous
and Nero, as they were collecting cattle on Paine’s
prairie ou Thursday previous.
B. C. Parish is appointed Brigade rGeneral ot
tho first Brigade of the Territory of Florida.
The Legislature of New York adjourned on tho
26th ult- after a long and arduous session .