By !TI. BARTLETT.
.rr.ICO.V, GFOXGI.l, TiOJtSBei 1*. S£i!»?’A’.tlBTHZ 8, 1886.
Volume .—-JVum er G3
i'ci'kiiH oi s»iii>sr-.i-ii>tfon.
fir the paper two pear*. 1IJ L
trillpay for the paper five yean,
IVken not paid within tit ir
/»«■* wumn tit months after the year hat
Three Dollars and Fifty Cents per annum
THE undersigned informs his
friends and those of the late firm of
Cutter if Cornwall, that he intends re
II'are House SCommission Business,
at the store next above me one recently occupied by
T. J. Chase, on the margin of East Macon, known as
the town ofTroy.
He further informs the public that he lias bought the
teili he charged. If not paid until the end of the year,
Four Dollars per annum teiU be charged—with interest
Aleertis^Us^ot e^rJt^o^SSucT,cords, or 18 a,ld havin * ‘ now °“ ,he way, from New
brevier line*, (considered a square,) will be inserted one York ’ «g«h«rphnq.
time for One dollar. IVhen more than one insertion.it .,
• . nn J rrnls far each sub- }°S et ' ler making his stock complete, which will be sold
gitxn, 7., cents for the first, and oO cents for tacn sub |ow fof ^ pay be wj „ , )e f. , 0 Ie6dve Co „ on
Sherifs’, Tax Collectors'and Coroners' Sales art chat
ge.d by the levy.
Yearly 1 dvertisers will be allowed two squares in each
paper for Twenty Dollars per anuam; ana in the same
ratio for a larger space—payable quarterly.
On all accounts for Advertising. Job Printing, Sfc
as well as for subscription, Inttrest will be e.urged
when nit nettled within the year
.lVir i*orle if Bt-ricn Line of Backets.
BRIG Amelia Strong. J- Chace, Master,
Premium, Mr. Matthews, “
new “ Darien, C. P. Buckley, “
“ Macon, A. Bibbins, “
*8chr. D. B. Crane, T. Baker, “
All good and -nhstnutial vessels, well calculated for the
trade, with good accommodations for passengers, and
experienced eoimnnndrm. One of the vessels will al
ways be at each end of the Line to receive freight, nnd
will sail regularly once a week. Shippers by this line
can effect Insurance at five eighths per cent and they
may rely upon the vessels being regularly despatched.
Th'» subscribers arc also agents for several Steamboats
to run regularly during the boating season lietween
Darien, Hawkinsville, and Macon, and are induced to
believe that they can give great facilities in forwarding
goods destined for the interior of the State.
HAWES, MITCHELL & COLLINS,
Darien. 1st July, 1835 3 Agents.
.Bacon Steam Boat Company.
early in the fall, and be prepared to make advances.—
He would particularly notice to his friends the great
advantages his Warehouses have over those in the
dense part of the city with regard to Fire, they being
detachedfrom other buildings and at a distance from
any street or lane, and well enclosed
May 5 45 tf II. S. CUTTER.
ness will be continued at the old stand, under the firm of
CLARKE, IHcTEIR cV Co.
on the same Ijberal terms as heretofore. The under-
signed will give his personal attention, and solicits a
continuance of firmer favors. All debts due to, and
claims against W. & II. Bryson, will be settled bv the
new firm. SAMUEL CLARKE.
Steamboat SUPERIOR, Capt. George Willcox,
do. EXCEL. “ J. L. Willcox.
T HIS company have now their line of Beats in
complete order for freighting. They have a
new steamboat added to their line called the Superior,
and ton Tow-Boats.
The Boats will run regularly between Macon and
Darien, one of the steamboats leaving Darien every
five or six days with tow-boats. The company have
now sixteen tow-boats, all first rate boats, built express
ly for the navigation of the Ocmttlgee and Altamaha
rivers; these increased facilities will enable the com
pany the means of giving the greatest despatch to
cotton or goods shipped by their line.
They have a Steamboat and a cumber of Sloops,
to carry cotton and merchandise between Darien and
Savannah, and Darien and Charleston. There are
also, five first rate Packets running regularly between
Darien and New York, which come to Hawes &
Mitchel, of Darien. ,
Agents for the above Boats : i
J. GODDARD, Macon.
Botce, Henry A Walter, Charleston.
L. Baldwin A Co. Savannah,
Hawes, Mitchell it Collins, Darien,
Geo. K. Roberts, Hawkinsrille,
Macon, 24th Dec., 1835. 26
Ocmttlgee Steam Boat Company.
T HIS company will he prepared to commence bu
siness, earlv'in the next scasou—They will have
a linn of Packets between New York, and Darion ami
steam vessel* to forward goods from Darien to Macon
—The agents in New York. Charleston, and Savannah,
will be authorised to contract fi>r the delivery of jrond-
ln Alaoon, .t _ oflicwiinr-ws™.
Dto charge and the agent in Macon will receive cotton
deliverable in Savannah, Charleston, and New York—
The company’s vessel* nnd boats, will be of first class
with experienced commanders, nnd no expense will be
•pared to meet the patronage of the public.
PII. R. YONGEJk SONS, Agents in Darien
mar 27th 1835 49 ■
STi miner if Ball •irrangenient of the
II'are House S' Commission Bttsiness
THE SUBSCRIBERS inforuitheir
‘o' friends, and those of the firm of W. &
. H. Bryson, that they will continue the
.•..£>»»> business under the firm of Clarke, Me
Teir & Co. at the stores occupied by W. & II. Bry
son; all Cotton stored with us will be insured from
fire, free of expense to the planter, which will make
our Warehouse more safe than any fire-proof Ware
house in the city. The rates of Storage will be cus
tomary. Liberal advances will be made on Cotton
and Produce, and all Cotion consigned to us hv cus
tomers. will be sold free of commissions. The Receiv
ing A Forwnrdinghusinesswill be continued .as here
lofore We hope that a strict attention to business
will merit a continuance of the patronage so long exten
ded to the firm of W. A H Bryson.
CLARKE, McTEIR & Co.
Who have on hand, and offer for sale on their usual
liberal terms, the following, and also a large assort
ment of every article in the
which business they continue on the same extensive
scale as conducted heretofore by W. A- 11. Bryson.
1000 pieces best Hemp Bagging.
50 do Osnaburgs,
150 do Cotton Osnaburgs,
700 lbs hemp bagging Twine,
110 hhds Sugar,
40 do prime Molasses.
500 bags prime Coffee,
100 do green and white Java Coffee,
200 kegs cut nails, assorted,
5000 bushels clean Liverpool Salt,
650 sacks do do. in good order,
700 bbls assorted Domestic liquors,
6 pipes Cognac Braudy, 4th proof,
5 pipes pure Holland Gin,
2 hhds Jamaica Rum.
100 hbls and qr casks of different kinds of Wines
10,000 lbs rock Balt,
10,000 lbs Castins, assorted,
Also, a full assortment of Smiths’ Tools.
Augusta, July 20,1836. 57 2mp
CO.miHSSIO.V BI/SLVJESSU' .
THE undersigned will couti le to
transact the above business in I its
♦ .M various forms at their old stand, ’hey
\vii|,ashitherto. uiuke liberal ad nee-
ou prodare and merchandize iiftore,
or to be snipped either to Savannah. Charlestor New
York or Liverpool, aud will devote the same pt loiui 1 .
and undivided attention to all business eutru:-d to
(heir care, and particularly to that of selling ittou
from the warehouse or wagons. Having dispistl of
their warehouse iu East Macou, they' will in ••-lire
confine their business to oue house, which th < are
enlarging considerably for the storage of Cottq. and
where they will be happy to serve those wl( have
given them their patronage from the East sided' the
river. Feeliug grateful for the liberal patronngliere-
tofore received, vve hope by a strii-t attention t busi
ness to merit a continuation of the same.
HAMILTON, HAYES A JO.
Macon. 1st September, 1836
200 pieces Best llemp Bagging for sale at mrket
rates, by 11. il.d.'O.
sept I 62
T HE subscribers having purchased the entr* Stock.
of Mr. Isaac Ncvvhai!. now offer for sal- at ve
ry reduced prices, nnd on very accoinmodatinyterius,
60 cases Bouts and shoe... of uli descriptrus,
14 cases fix* fashionable Hats,
G62 pieces American and English prints, f
2 cases silk am! Gingham Umbrellas,
50 doz palm leaf Hats.
Blankets, shirtings and sheeting, and variius other
articles. Also constantly receiving
from the manufacturers. Mercltanu and Platters will
do well to call and examine, as they can besold less
than they ran be bought in New York end lad down
here, bv 10 percent. C L HOW1AND,
July‘7 54 N G PHILP8.
N B. The .turfion S' Commission
Business, will be conducted at the same staid, next
door to the Post Office. The patronage of tlfi public
is respectfully solicited. C I, HOWLAND t Co.
Pioneer Steam & Pole Boat Line.
T .l proprietors of the above line notify their
friends and the public, that they will have run
ning on the Altamaha and Ocmulgee rivers during
ths summer and fall months, four nr five Pole Boats.
particularly adapted to low stages of water, and which
will be aided by Steamboats when the water will per
mit Shippers by this line may depend upon every at-
tontion being paid, and exertion used to give despatch
to nropertv snipped hy it to anv of the landings on
said rivers'. J. T. ROWLAND, Ag't locon.
Messrs Hoi.combe, Peck A Co. Charleston.
E. P. Butts, Esq. Savannah.
Rowland, Crane A Shackelford, Dnrien.
Halstead.Taylor & Co. Hawkinsville.
Macon. June 30 1 6m '
THE •‘Steamboat Company of
Georgia," offer to shippers unusu
al facilities for transportation of
Goods and produce between Sa
vaninli and Augusta. Having three first rate steam
ers of speed and light draft of water, with a full set of
tow boats, the Company will be enabled to despatch
three sets of tow boats per week, with a nnvigable riv
er, and in the event of a low river their new iron
steamboat Chatham, it is expected will be enabled to
roftch Augusta at all timed il* there should lie three feet
water intne channel oftheriver. Their other steamers,
Cherokee anti Georgia,
drawing not over three feet 6 inches, can, at anv timp,
other than the lowest state of tho river, ascend to Au
With these facilities for tho convenience of the pub
lic, the Steamboat Company rely upon the continu
ance of the patronage of the public, w,th an assurance
on the part of tho Directors of tin- Steamboat Com
pany, that every attention will bo paid in the protec
tion of property nnd givingdespatch to the same,
Jlyrick. Napier & Freest
■ afmun inform thetr frieuds and the
4* JR public generally, that they are enlarg
ing their Ware House adjoining their
store on Cotton A veuue. and will have
it ready for the reception of cotton by the commence
ment of the ensuing season. All cotton consigned to
them by Planters and others, dealing in the article, or
—J—— •— l.«j. ---.J — Pt*— *4-" will !»a nrunintlv
•mended t \ They likewise inform those .Merchants
who forward their goods by Macon, that, they have a
large and safe Brick Store, for the reception of mer
chandize, and will receive aud forward ail goods con
signed to them. Their charges in every lu-tanco will
be os low as is customary in the city. Liberal advan
ces will be made on cotion stored with them or ship
ped by them to any other market.
Ilaviugone of the partners of their firm (Mr. A. R
Freeman) located in the city of New York for the pur
pose of affording the necessary facilities to their busi
ness in Macon, they respectfully inform Merchants
and others who have business to transact in that city,
that he will be prepared to attend to any Commission
Business «ith which he may be favored. They em
brace the present opportunity to return their grateful
acknowledgements to their friends and the public for
past favors, and solicit u continuation of their patron
In addition to their present stock, they will receive
carlv this fall a fine a.-esrtiuent of
Dry C.oods, Groceries. Hardware,
Cutlery, Bale Rope, Heavy Hemp, Cotton
Readymade Clothing;, Ac. Ac. Ac.
suitable for the fall trade, all of which they offer for
sale on the most reasonable terms
Macon, August 25 61 tf
THE undersigned respectfully in
forms his friends aud the public’gen-
e rally, that he has become proprietor of
the large and commodious Warehouse
in East Macon, formerly occupied by Messrs Hamil
ton Hayes, where lie will transact the above busi
ness iu all it> branches. He will make liberal advan
ces on Cotton stored with him, or ou shipments to any
of his friends in Savannah, Oharjeston or New-York,
when de.ired; and by his unreraitted .iu-niion to bu
siness. hopes to receive -itch shar • of public patron
nan as his exertionsand accommodations mav merit.
° n pi .ivnriK
merchants' Insurance Company of
Capital Stock 100,000 Hollars !
A COMPANY, uuderthe above title, bos idcently
been founded with an actual cash capital of
One Hun tired Thousand JOoIhrs,
to be paid on the first of October next, at which time
they will commence taking marine risks to did from
the city of Macon, to any port or place in thl United
States; the capital stock will be hc-ld ready at ill times
to meet any losses that ui*y be due from tlieconpanv.
The claims ol this Company, when contrasted with
those of other distant offices, heretofore having done
much business here, justifies the-belief that this local
institution, based ns it is, will be lilierally patronized,
particularly when the terms are ns liberal as in any o-
ther marine offices.
Ja*ks Goddard, President,
Wm. B. Parker.
F. II. Wellman
June 16 51-tf James Rea. Secretory.
4 .Ik HHDS St Croix. P. K. and N O. Sugar,
TCnF 150 bags prime green Coffee,
40 hhds prime retailing Molasses,
50 bbls N. E. Rum.
40 „ American Gin,
35 ,, Whiskey.
250 ps heavy Hemp Dundee Bagging,
50 coil* Rope, 6000 lbs bagging Twine,
SALT. Ill OX, SAILS. CASTINGS, 5r
A General stock of Groccrii’i),
in store and for sale on accommodating terms bv
sept 1 62 Mulberry st.
J.A. &S.S. VIRGIN
Hatch Makers If Jacellers,
Would inform their friends aud
the public,that they have remov
ed their establishment to Cotfiyi
Avenue, to the stop; recently oc
cupied by J 11 A. W S i.ilw.driig-
gists, where they will be happy to
serve any who may favor them with a Call. They
have in addition to their former stock, just received
from New York a large aud splendid assortment of
Watches, Jewelry, <£tc.
of the latest fashions, waicli they will sed cheap for
cash—consisting of gold and silver lever?, anchor es
capement, duplex, lepine, alarm and vertical Watch
es, of the best quality; gold, silver and steel guard
Chains, Seals aud Keys, Ear Knobsimrt Drops. Breast
Pins, Finger Kings, gold, silver nnd steel Spectacles,
gnldam! silver ever potnted Pencils, silver table, tea.
suit and mustard Spoons; Sugar Tongs, soup and
cream Ladles—all of which will be warranted free
from alloy ; silver Cups, butter Kuives, Castors, sil
ver plated and bronzed Candlesticks, Trays and Sniff
ers, Musical Boxes, Accordians, Flutes, Fhigeoletts,
Fifes. Drums, «3cc. Swords, sword Cane.;, Kuives and
Pistols, anuinar which is Ruggles’ pocket Rilie, that
will shootfifiv yards with precision; Gold Foil, Den
tist Files, shell,’ silver, gilt and horn Combs, Cnrd ca
ses, Pocket Books and Purses, silver Snutf boxes,sil
ver Toys, stiver Thimbles, Scissors, coral, gilt and
glass Beads, steel Pens, and a variety of oilier articles
uvuallv kept iu their liue.
N. B. We have tho best of materials for repairing
Watches of all kinds.. S. S. V’s practical knowledge
of the btisitWs iuduces him to think that lie can. and
will give satisfaction to all who may entrust their work
in his hands. Spoons Arc-engraved- Get- 1
U'alchcs, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Sc
C. G. tiu JOHN
W ATCH Maker & Jeweler Cotton Avenue op
posite Washington Hall, Respectfully in
forms his fiViiids and the public, that lie lias taken the
store formerly occupied by tho Hawkinsville Bunk
where lie is now opening a nftw and splendid assort
ment of WATCHES & JEWELRY of tho best qual
ity and latest fashions selected with great taste and
judgement expressly for this market, among his assort
ment may he found Gold pocket Chronometers splen
did Gold* Duplex, Patent Lever's and Ruby Cylinder
Watches with Extra Jewels and Indepenentsecouds of
the must approved makers and rated to suit the clim
ate nnd a general assortment of Ladies & Gentlemens
Gold and Silver Patent Levers Lepine and plain
Watches. Fine Gold Chains, Seals, Keys, Ear rings
Breast Pine 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 hisline
N. B. He has selected the best of materials for re
pairing watches and will give satisfaction to those who
inny favor him with their custom.
A share of public patronage is respectfully solicited
Oct 27 18
‘STRIKE THF. IaTRK again.’
BT 7. O. WHITTIER.
“Art thou beautiful t Live then in accordance with the curious
work and frame of thy crcutinn, and let ilia beauty of thy per-on
teach Hire to beautify thy mind with holiness the ornament of thy
beloved God ” Penn.
Kind up thy tresses, beautiful one.
Of brown in tho shadow and gold in tho tun!
Tree should their delicate lustre be thrown ;
O’er a forehead more pure then the Pari in atone;
Shaming the light of iheae Orient pnarla
Which biml o'er its softness thy soft w reathing curia.
Smile; for thy glance on the mirror is thrown.
And the face of an angel is meetin? thine own;
Bcautiftil creature I 1 marvel not
That thy cheek a lovelier lint has caught:
And the kindling light of thine eye hath told
Of a dearer wealth than the miser’s gold.
Away—away—there is danger hero—
A terrible phantom is bending near ;
Ghastly and sunken, his raylesseve
Scowls on thy loveliness scdimfully;
With no human look, with no human breath,
He stauds beside thoe—the hunter, Death!
Fly; hut. alas, he will follow thee still,
Like a moou-light shadow beyond thy will.
In thy uoou-day walk, in thy midnight sleep,
Close at thy heel will that phantom keep;
mill on thine car shall his whispers be,
Wo; that such phantom should follow thee l
In the lighted hall where the dancers go.
Like beautiful spirits to aud fro;
When th.v fair urnis glisteu in their stainless while.
Like ivory bathed in still moonlight;
And not one star in the holy sky,
Hatlt a clearer light than thine own blue eye.
Oh then, even then, he will follow thee.
As the ripple follow s the bark at sea;
In ths softened light, in the turning dance,
lie will fix on theo Ills dead, cold glar.ee;
The chill of his breath on thy check shall linger,
And thy warm blood shrink from his icy finger.
And yet there is hope. Embrace it now ;
While thy soul is open os thy brow;
While thy heart is fresh, while its feelings still
Gush clear as the unsoiled mountain rill,
And thy smiles are free as the airs of Spring,
Greeting and blessing each breathing thing.
When the after cares of thy fife shall come ;
When tho bud shall wither before it bloom.
When thy soul is sick of the emptiness
And changeAd fashion of worldly- bliss ;
And the weary torporof blighted feeling
Over thy heart of ice is stealing;
Then, when thy spirit is turn'd above,
Uy the mild rebuke of tho Christian’s lore ;
When the hope of that joy in thy heart has stirr’d,
Which the eye hath not seen, nor e ir hath beard,
Then will that phantom of darkness be
Gladness aud Promise uud Bliss to tbes.
WM. 1J. HU ROS Y L Is.
H AS Just received a new aud extensive as
e, black, invisible green, Adeluid,
HE subscribers have formed a copartnership mi-
der the firm of
.SHACKELFORD, BOAG A Co.
for tlio purpose of Importing a ml t'anmicting n
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS BUSINESS. They
will open a largo and extensive stock of Goods (direct
fKel st of^^M.'n. , hfij‘J , i ll K , l r t£k“of'bu'.ld , , , ,', 0 *Ji t
, ■ „ r . , „ 11 JriWMmSSs -fififrtSfTJoDant. BostriniL Socks. &
at :he corner of Fraser s \V harf and East Bay.
J. M. SHACKELFORD,
W. S. BOAG.
Charleston. July 26 58 9t
.Vcw Store——Fresh Goods.
T HE subscriber is now opeuing, ou second street,
next door to Patrick & Martin, and nearly op
posite the Commercial Bnuk, a complete assortment of
Staple and Fancy DR Y GOODS.
Which will be sold at prices mncli reduced, being bo’t
on reasonable terms and cheap, they will be sold ac
cordingly. His stock comprises in part as follows:
8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 London Duffil Blankets—IQ—1 and
12-4 fine Mackinaw do—Negro Plains tuid Linseys—
super blue, black, brown mixt Cloths—Fine asd com
mon 6aiiuets, assorted colors—superfine Vaiestia and
Tuilinet Vestings—super white and red Flannels—do
Black and colored 6-4 Morinos—do do Bonrbazelts—
fine 0-4 Bombazines—Pink Ratinet—figured Circas
superand common plain nnd twilled Calicoes—swiss,
Jaconet, Mull and Book Muslins—black and colored
cambric Ginghams—Irish Linens in j pieces very fine
—colored and white Hoiuespuus—Kowcn cassimeres
and checks—birdseye aud Russia Diapers—Lincu
cambric Ilkfa. Russia sheetings, Ac
brown and green Broadcloth Dress Coats,
Superfine blue, black, brown and green Cloth Frock
Superfine bine, olive, green and mix’d Cloth (Justteos,
and blue, steel mix’d and fancy colored $attinet
Coattces and Frock Coats.
Super, blue, black, invisible green, drab, brown, olive,
and green Cloth Pantaloons,
Blue, black and fancy colored Sattinet Pantaloons,
Youth’s cloth and satiiuot Dress nnd Frock Coats,
do do do Pantaloons,
Black and blue Cassimere, black aud colored Velvet,
black Florintine, black Bombazine, dark and light
colored Valcntia, English Silk, colored aud white
Merseilles Toilinet. Swansdown aud Sattinet V ests
Camlet Cloaks and Great Coats,
Mixed, brown Cloth A Patersham Box Coats.
Black super Poi de soio silks—do Italian Lustring do
—rich colored silks very cheap—Levantines, sarsiicts
and sinchi •« -
.1 JtTew Stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
JUST (IKOKIVKD BY
k wm. is. svftBsm,
A T tiie new Fire Proof Buildings, corner of Mul
berry aud Second streets, including the follow-
Summer cloth, Bombazine, Grass Cloth, Grass and
Brown Linen Circassian and Uouan Cassimere
..Summer Cloth twilled Merino, grass Clqtli. grass
aud brows Linen, and Rouan Cassimere COATEES.
Sntuiuer Cloth. Bombazine, Kriuinet, Cyprus, wor
sted nnd Valentin Crape, Napoleon Cord, Angola Cas-
simere, brown and gru^s Linen and Drilling, Funcy
DriUhlg. Pongee, Mexican mixt, Uouan Cassimere
and Jeans PANTALOONS.
Boys summer Cloth, grass Cloth, brown linen, and
Ronati Cassimere FROCK COATS, COATEES
White and huff grass Cloth, huff nnd brown Linen,
Pongee, Ruuaa Cassimere and Jeans UOIh\D JACK
A large assortment of fancy VESTS.
Fine Linen Shirts, Silk under Shirts and Drawers,
Ac.' At A-c.
From Ihe New York Express.
A great Project—The N- E- Boundary.—Tbe
plan which tho Canadian and the New Brnus-
; ick people, under the auspices of the British
government, havo projected, a rail road from
Quebec to St. Andrew* in New Bruuswick, or
to the city of St. Johns, on the River St. Johns,
so as to make, as it is s rid, the St. Andrews a
v.barf, and the Bay of Fundy a harbor for the
St. Lawrence, is onu of the most magnificent
that has yet beeu prcjected on thU continent,
and calculated to involve ultimately the most im
portant political consequences. The idea Wis
stolen from tho Maine Legislature, where the
project was originally started ; but Great Bri-
taiu with that sagacity aud foresight that distia-
Aug lit 60
5t WM. TAVLOR.
President S. B. Co. of Georgia.
Til E PUBLIC is notified tbrt
the Ocuiulgee Steamboat Co’s
steamboat Comet will contin
ue to run to Hawkinsville, or as
h -hat she can get, thereby giving greater despatch
than usual at this season of the year, to merchandize
shipped by tho Co’s boats. RLA A COTTON,
sopt 1 ' 48 4t Agents.
Tho subscribers have entered into copartnership un
der the lirin of
FLANDERS A COOK,
and will, in addition to their present stock, constantly
be receiving from New-York and Boston, a large and
general assortment of
DK\ % GOODS if GROCERIES,
comprising Hats, 8bocs. Saddlery, Iron. 8elt. Bag
ging, aud every other article in that line of bn
Their friends *'*
pivo them a
July 28 57 3m II. I.. C**OK
.Mandarin, Herniuci, embroidered Uomntii, Bagdad,
rich satin, liituered Thibet, embroidered Thibet wool
nnd martin cauze Ilkfs—rich figured gauze Ribbons—
Handsome thread'Kdgings and Qniltitigs— Blond Ed
gings and Bnbinct. Laces—and many other articles,
which cannot fail to give satisfaction as to price and '
qualitv. dec 17 25
very other article in mat uue oi oosniess.
ds and the public | . Morally, are invited to
tcall, at tbe store formerly occupied by D.
CASES Gentlemens fine Calf, sewed, Brogans
3 do stout Kip pegged do
1 do fine calf, Bojs do
1 do stout sewed Men’s Shoes
1 do Ladies Pruneila Slips
Just received, and for sale low by
Aug25 Glif C. L. HOWLAND & CO.
CO.II.IIISSIO jY busijyfss. ■
TNI HE undersigned conunuesto transact the Ware
'Commission Business, tiaricn. | 3 House and Commission Bnsmess, sjtnate ceu-
| HE Undersigned have formed a Copartnership ; tral to the Cotton Market, on the corner of Cherry aud
tor the purpose of transacting a general Com- j Second streets, within a few feet from Cotton Avon e,
in and otter business under the firm of formerly occupied by James C. Morgan. Liberal ad-
W & ROGERS, ! vances will be made on produce or other articles stor-
and offer their services to their friends, ar-d the public ■ ed or shipped. Cotton will be sold from wagons or
.generaily, i n the above business. Forwarding Goods, store at 25 rents per bale, uud ^tored ^al^cujriouiary
aud produce to and from the interior of the State, will i rates,
receive particular attention. It may be proper to Aug 2o uni
state that they have no connection with any of tho
Steam transportationlincs; Goods forthe interior will
always be snipped by those who will probably give
. them the greatest despatch. ISAAC SNOW,
Jan 1,1836 88 GKO. T. ROGERS
L. L. GRIFFIN.
Commission Business, Jturien.
rglHE andereigned have resumed business as a-
0 bove, and will as heretofore pay prompt atten
tion to all business entrusted to their care. We believe
we have made arrangements that will enable ns at all
times to forward goods for the interior with the least
possible delay, by steamboats when the river will ad
mit, or in extreme low river by small flats or lighters,
built expressly for that business. On our wharves ,
are large Storehouses, calculated for the storing of cot
ton at tho least possible expense, nnd our opportunities
-to forward cotton inland or coastwise, are not excee
b'd by njty other House. Dnrien, May 20, 1835.
HAWES, MITCHELL Vt COLLINS.
COJT-lt IS SI O.V BUSINESS.
THE UNDERSIGN. D will con
tinue to trail<aet the above business, at
<>' $ the Ware House occupiedby him last
Grateful for the liberal patrnna-o re-
eired from his friends and the public, by strict alten-
on to business confided to his care, he hopes to merit
ibare of the public patronage.
He will make liberal advances on cotton stored with
h ,oron shipments to Savannah, Charleston and
N wYork. A L. ( DICKERING.
’ aeon, August 11 50 Pin
U. are authorised to announce tlie
ii*®* name of ABNFlv HAMMOND, Esq. a etui-
I idateforTax Cullocwr for die ensuing year:
l AiKfSG ®
61 libds St. Croix Sugar of superior quality,
50 bags Coffee,
45,000 lbs Swede Iron,
100 kegs Nails, assorted,
25 hhds choice Molasses,
150 whole and half bbls Canal and Ricnraond
5 pipes pure II. Gin and C. Brandy warranted
pure and three years old,
20 bbls old Monongahala Whiskey, 5 proof,
75 bbls pure Rum, and 20 Gin,
41 DAVID RALSTON. ,
Plain ami Ornamental Painting.
T HE subscriber has takeu the shop formerly oc
cupied by Mr. Thos. McCleskev, nearly oppo
site the new market, and is now prepared to execute
qll kinds of
House nnd Sign Painting,
Oil Nut and Burnished Gilding,
Gilding and Glazing,
Paper Hanging, ,
Having in bis employment some of the oiost effi
cient workmen to be found in the State, he will be n-
ble to undertake largely and execute with neatness.
April4 6m 41 DANIEL T. REA.
F. F. LEWIS A T. F. NEW TON,
H AVE ent.-red into co-partnership under the firm
of Lewis & Newtox, for the purpose of trans-
ac ting business iu tbeir line.
They expect to have on liana Irom New York, in a
! slio.rt time, a general assortment of Cloths. Cassi-
inere.s, Vestings, Ac. Which, together with the stock
on hand will make their assortment complete.
Also, a general assortment of Rendv-Made Clothing
which will he sold low for cash. They solicit a share
of the public patronage.
I. F. LEWIS,
T. F. NEWTON.
Aug 18 GO
J US r iP RECEIVED from New-iork,findior
S.HITH, ItOBGBBS »V Co.
50 bags and 50 barrels prime green Coffee,
20 hhds prime St Croix sugar,
30 bbls Kiim, 30 bbls Whiskey, and 20 bbls Gin.
We wiil also sell our DRY, GOODS, a splendid as
sortment. at, or about cost, as we wish to [turn our at
tention to the cotton and grocer}- business.
July 7 54
A N assortment of Harnese L Bridleaud Upper Lea-
. W ther, for sale by
JoIv 14 55
CRAFT & LEWIS.
, REA A COTTON,
OFFXR FOR SALE ON ACCOMMODATING TERMS,.
K rffe Pieces HEMP BAGGING,
.200 barrels Canal &. Philadelphia Flour,
fresh g.round, and warranted sutind,
205 bags and 20barrels Coffee,
67 hints St. Croix and Porto Rico Sugars,
90 barrels do
50 boxes Drown aud White Ilavanna do
90 hhds Cuba Molasses,
56 barrels Gin,
75 barrels Ruin,
20 barrels Pork,
30 hlids Bacon, assorted.
10 tierces Rice.
14 boxes Spann Candles,
20 boxes Tobai co,
30 M Segars, of tbe best quality.
ATT Marryatt’s complete works in 1 volume,
xL. P. iieiiliiii - by the Way, .
Gilbert Gurney, a novel, in 2 volumes,
Tho Naval Sketch Book, 2d series,
Life and times of Rienzi,
Spain revisited, by the author of a year iu Spain,
Private Life of LaFayette; Rienzi,
Adventures of a Rifle Brigade,
Cotton oil tiie Religious state of the country,
Tomlin’s Law Dictionary,
Milford’s Pleadings, Arc. &c.
Just received nnd for sale by
June9 50 JAMES S. OLCOTT
1J1HE undersigned have formed a connexion for
the transaction of a general FACTORAGE
and COMMISSION BUSINESS in this city, tinder
TO RENT. tho firmof C003IBS&. DOUGHTY.
Storo-Houseori the corner of Cherry and Third i JOHN S. COOMBS,
rm streets, 40 by 52.
I Savannah, Juno 1 50 E. W. DOUGHTY.
i Blank!* for sale at this Office^
guisbes all her political movements, has takeu it
up and adopted it, aud is likely, for want of suf
ficient euterprize iu the Maiue Legislature, uot
ouly to rob that state of the honor aud profit, hut
oven of tbe territory over which it is absojuiely
uecessa-y to construct the road. Hence, un
doubtedly, the reason why Sir Charles Vaughan,
in his correspondence with our government rela
tive to tho N. E. Boundary, after the starting of
the project, refused even to fall back upon the
award of tho Kiug of Holland as to the dividing
line between Maine, and tho British Provinces,
though ho was verj willing to adopt tlpit line im
mediately alter u.b award. Tlie object of the
British government now, is to.sccuro enough of
this disputed country to make a rail road upon,
betweeu the Bay of Fundy and Quebec. The
’ Hon. John Holmes, late U. S. Senator, says, in
a letter to the Portland Advertiser, that this road,
an act of incorporation for which passed the Le
gislature of New Brunswick and Lower Canada
in December last, is to cross near oue hundred
mile, through the State of Maine, including a
tract of oue huudred miles by fifty. Mr. Holmes,
therefore, very naturally calls ou the Governor
of Maine to adopt such a course as shall avert all
foreign legislation withinthe jurisdiction of Maine
or even within the disputed territory. The Gov
ernor of Lower Canada, Lord Gosford, it appeals
has a plan of tbe route, and a report of tbe com
tnissioiiers and surveyors, &c. which Mr. Holtne^
wheu in Quebec endeavored but unsuccessfully,
to obtain a copy of. The leugth of the route
does uut exceed 250 miies—the estimated ex
penses 4.000,000 dollars, being at a rate of six
teen thousand dollars a mile—a mere drop in
the bucket for a wealthy and powerful govern
ment like England.
This project we havo called magnificent—not
only ou account of the greatness of the undertak
ing itself, but on account of its high and weighty
consequences. It enables the British govern
ment to transport all her troops, munitions of
war, &c. with all possible speed from that itn-
porlnut naval position, Ha'ifax. where the Bri
tish Government is uow fitting up oue of the
strongest fortifications iu the world, to Quebec,
Montreal. Toronto, tbe Lakes, aud all along our
Northern aud Northwestern teiritories.
In five or six days soldiers can he taken from
the great military and naval depot at Halifax,
and upon the St. Lawrence to Lake Ontario.
Tbe difficult and dangerous o»*t£gU»u of the
Gulf of St. Lawrence is thus ay -iikd. Saint
Julius, in population and wealth, being the great
outlet of the vast Lake and St. Lawrence couti-
, lI T- w 11 soon rival New York.
The British will also thus have a port where
! their produce can be 9eut to and from tho West
Indies. Military and commercial advantages
prompt tho British Government not only to ex
pend 4,000,000 of dollars, but 40.000,000 if ne-
ce-isarj—for wjth the harbor of Halifax near Eu?
rope ns it is, a cordon of British bayonets can be
made to surround us iti the shortest possible time,
aud the produce of tho Canadas, now seeking a
martin New York in American ships can thus bo
turned to St. Johns or St. Andrews iu British
Having had, when in England, much conver
sation with distinguished Englishman, upou this
aud other topics connected with the Canadas,
aud with the North Eastern boundary, we con-
feos. that we look upon the movements, tho Bri
tish aud colonial governments are making and
the developements in the late published corres
pondence between Mr. Forsyth ami the British
Minister in Washington with great ausiety and
Eug-Iand is vigilant, active aud Argus eyed in
all quartors of the globe. The advances Ameri
cans are inakiug iu Texas do not please her, but
she will not interfere. Ilereyqis tiuou iht North
and East, upou the frowning battlements she his
reared at Halifax, and tho Rock of Quebec, that
the gallant Wolfe won fu;- her. Fti * disputed
territory, right ur wrong, she intends to have
enough of, to make this road over.
Talk. then, is we may of Texas—of the five
million with I canoe—<■/' treaties with Naples,
I’rus-da, &c.— but rely upon it. there is no ques
tion with i foreign power now so vastly involv
ing the future destinies of ibis country as the
question ofthe disputed North-Fasteru boundary
line with ^England.
The Toxian navy is composed of (i schooners.
2 armed steajaerj, and a g«n brig*.
From the li mhuigton Globe.
j The Isthmusoj Panama.—It appears that the
I project of a law, granting to Co'. Charles Biddlo
the privilege of making a rail road and canal from
I Cruces to Panama, to connect the Atlantic and
I Pacific Oceans, has finally faiici'—in so far, at
| least, as it was intended to be exclusively iu
| favor of Col. Biddle and his associates. A law,
however, has been enacted, nnd has received
the sanction of the Executive, which grants the
privilege to those who shall offer tho greatest ad~
vantages to New Granada, which means that tho
highest bidder shall take it, as wo would snv ill
this country. But the law as passed seems to
have be-'ii ft.compromise among the applicants
for a gram, aud wo suppose that Col. Biddfe is
still interested, and is associated with some of
the natives, and perhaps F.nglishmeu. Tho
prospect for a serious aud vigorous prosecution
of the outerprtsr, seems to be promising; and
if we can learn that some of onr capitalists, who
understand rail road and cannl making, are tuter-
osied in it, we shall entertain sar.guiue hopes of
its completion ; or if English capitalists engage
iu it, it may go on. But the natives, we ap
prehend, though ahouudiug in zeal nnd public
spirit, may be ratherdeficicut in capital and skill*
But whether the work he commenced under native
or foreign auspices, we say, success to it ! Tho
following are some of the. principal provisions :
Tho privilege is made exclusive to those who.
offer the lipst terms.
The law is void, if Baron Thierry, who Jras
a prior grant, shall complete a ca; al- whmjf he
has undertaken, to mak£ncrosg the IsthmuJP’
The Governpieiit agrees to spll to the grantees
about seven hundred thousand acres, of land, at
about fifty cents the acre, iu gold or silver, or in
evidences of the consolidated domestic or foreign
debt. Besides, it m ikes a donation of about 140
thousand, to be forfeited if the grantees fail to
comply with the couditious of tbe grant. All the
expenses of surveying, and of perfecting titles, to
be at the cos! of the grantees.
Settlements of foreigners are to be formed, but
no slave or ft-eed man is to be admitted, and ilm
colonists are to ask for letters of naturalization
within six months. If they fail to do so, they
will, not be regarded as settlers.
The grantees shall fix the rates of goods aud
fare for persous, hut it shall be the same to all,
Tho grantees shall pay to the Government
at le.asi two perceitlumon the clear profits, which,
shall he applied to the liquidation ofthe foreign,
At the end of forty-five years, the rail road aud
canal shall he ceded to the Government, iu good
order, and that portion of the donation of laud
that tuaj be necessary.
The trausit of thesubjoers of any nation at war,
with Now Grauada, is prohibited.
The grant cannot be leased or aliened to any
All controversies to be decided by the tribunals
of tho republic, and according to the laws of tho
The Journal du Havre gives a sketch of this,
gentleman—not of the most ftatteriug character,
it must be confessed—and if true, is rather omin
ous for the canal which is to be made across tho
Isthmus uuder his auspices, as he is the same
individual, it appears, has been figuring as the
granteo ofthe privilege referred to in the fore
going law. Tho Journal speaks disparagingly,
not only of the Baron, but also of the undertak
ing connected with his name, which nevertheless
is considered, hy compete - *; judges, to he entirely
practicable and that,too, without auv very extra
ordinary outlay The following is tho article
from the Journal:
Canal by the Isthmus of Panama.
The republic of New Grauada has made, a. new
attempt to obtaiu the caual, so long proposed, by
the Isthmus of Panama. For this purpose, alter
the term which was stipulated in a previous
contract with a house in New-York had expired,
a new contract was made with a certain Baron
Thierry, a Frenchman by birth. This man ap
pears to be the same who announced himself
some time ago as the King of New Zealaud, and
who uolified, officially, his taking possession of
this imaginary throne, to some foreign powers.—
For two years, the republic had in vatu looked
for an undertaker who might be willing to con
struct, at his own expense, a canal across the Isth
mus, for \vhieh a cession of the tight of transit
was promised for a certaiu tirpe For this rea
son, the propositions of the Baron Thierry- were
accepted, lip promised to deepen the bed of the
river Charges and the Rio Grande, aud to uuito
them by a canal navigablp for vessels draw ing
ten feet of water ; toercct the quays, ware houses,
embankments, and bridge-, and to perform the
other labors necessary to ft communication ; to
commence ibo work within two years, and to
finish it witliiu three other years ; to maintain in
good condition tlie canal and the works depen
dent on it; and to Surrender it fitly years after
wards iu good repair, with die exception of the
vessols, the ware-houses, the fortifications aud
the artillery which he should have in possession ;
to pay annually lo tho republic due half per cen
tum on the proceedsof the tauai; to erect and to
mouut with artillery, at hi- own cost, any fortifica
tions that the public might believe necessary ; tq
defray the expense of the garrisons of the republic;
and to exclude from tbe caual ail the fitates at
war with her. For all this the republic ceded
to him the ground necessary for tbe construction
ol the caual, and the works dependent on it; gi an
ted him for the term of fifty years, the exdusivo
use of the cabal, and the freight of merchandize
and fare of travellers, to be paid at a fixed r.tto ;
permitted to him import, frceof duty, ail the ma
terials necessary for tt-o c.iual; engaged not to
permit the esf. bdshmeut of any other canal, with
in 50 m rinc leagues, nor auy rail road w-ithin
2 leagues of cither bank of the canal, aud renoun
ced all duties, carriage of letters, inspection of
passports of travellers outhe canal, &c.
Time will show if tho undertaker, is in condi
tion, to comply with his contract. Be that as it
may, the Congress of New Granada seems to be
seriously occupied with fhis affair, and has pro
mulgated a decree to the effect that the ports of
Panama, Portobello aud Charges, shall be declar
ed f. ee pprts lot 50 years from the time when the
communication between the two seas shalf'uo
opened either by the canal or by a rail road.
By the Globe.—We think tho Congress ol New
Granada might well be- riouslyoccupied (“s trie
Journal rajs) with the subject, lor [t is one of
great aud absorbing interest. A rail road across
the Isthmus may produce great changes iu tuo
trade ol tho Pacific, (and all for the better) whirl]
cannot now be well estimated ; aud it is at least
probable, we think, th it the work will not bo
completed by those w bo are about to undertake
How to make lore successfully. —Yirst make
fool of yourself; all it re-;. i» a-easy ;i
How to be a leofm. man.—Count $550,001) on
your credit in tlie bank.
How to eschew P/.ysi . Eat slow.
How to rt ji nt in sackcldh and unites—M ke a
lovo match and run away to lit- married.
How to get the dyspepsia- --Eat every hour,
and you will soon have it. — Helmet-
Among the incredible feats performed hy
Arabs exhibiting in London, is this. The, run
aud th-ow themselves ,-oitud in t ;e air, p,eking
up a guu from the ground, and firing if off befora
^tbey alight on tlieir feer.