TIAtOY. :;ia,) TUESDAY TOO
IX public generally. *1
celebrated Hat Mauufac
informs his old customers and the *
iat he is now receiving from the
tory of John Hunt Ac Co., a very
tub gke.itest good
O !•' TUG GHG.ITl.ST .VJ'.WBli’K.!
frBUSHBD EVERY TUESDAY MOllNING,
by n. uabtlett!
I , rie i—Brick Building, corner Cotton Avenue and
1 ' Fir it Street.
W E lake this method of infomrng our friends and the
ponjir feoerallr. that Wf» art* «mI! 1.
TERMS 0» SOBSCRjrTIO!«: , _ ,
Three Dollnrn, paid in advance, will psy for the Tel-
-rtpb one yetir. Five Dollar", paid in advance, will
I far it two years. Ten Dollnra, paid in advance, will
I iv for ii five years. . .
J ' when not paid within si* months after the yew ha* com-
■ •raced. THRU DOHA** AttD rifTT cert*, per annum
pohhr generally, that we are still connected in the
Wnn.Hoase nod « o„,n IIKi „ c , w which
will be conducted at the stand occupied bv us the past
season, (on Cherry street near < ouon Avenue.) Firthe
^: e r m ^t n ^ r UD C . Jun S v friend s. we are building a
SCALE HOUSE,nearly adjoining Col Parker’s Store, on
" No Paper will he discontinued until all arrearages are
| j. n.iess at the option of the Proprietor.
I Single Paper*, to non-3<iDacribers, 12} cents each. Extra
I fo-crs. to Subscribers. 6i cents each.
II TERMS nr M1VKRTISIRO:
jtnTERTlsKMERTS not exceeding 12 lines, will be inserted
-e time for ONE DOLLAR; and FIFTT cents for each
r r H<e<i ,,ent ’ n *® rt ’ on -
j sherilV Tax Collectors' and Coroners' Sales, are char-
r j'l.v the Levy.
A reasonable deduction will be made to those whoadver-
^l.v the year.
On all accounts Toi Advertising, ke... as well ns for Sub.
I )T ipiirii, Interest will he charged, when not settled within
•y\o Credit for Job Printing, Blnnlis, Sec. Jit
» tetters on business romecied wi'h the Office, must
.'••it paid, to secure attention.
We desire to retnrn ourthanks. for the liberal patronage
bestowed on us heretofore; and trust ihat.by our exertions
vxr '"i 81 *** °f ,,or pnlrons, to merit its continuance.
We will be prepared to make the customary Ailvnnres
on Cotton, 611 Orders, and attend to such business as may
beconSded to us b.v our friends, on as favorable terms as
will be done by any oilier regular House in this place.
„ . HAMILTON k WINN.
Macon, July 7,1643. <1
JF.lStiS OJ\\1 BE E
HAT AND CAP
JOHN L. JO.YES & ED.
ICIT attention to a New and Extensive assortmi
'I'HE subscriber^jjcg leave to infom. heir friends, and
I the public in general, ih.t they have connected them
selves together in the above business, under the firm of
QOIC.IIAN <V ItICIIADIiSOV
jOLICIT attention to a New and Extensive assortment of a "d are now erecting a large and convenient WARE
HOUSE. near Cotton Avenue, on Poplar street. The
location is dry and elevated, and unencumbered with old
buildings and the usual liabilities offi e, and will be com
pleted, and ready for bus-'ness. by the firat ofSepiember.
They confidently assure the public, that anv business con
signed to their care, will be faithfully and prrmprlyexecu-
Relying on the honesty of purpose and the long t vanish
ed confidence of thv ae who know ns, we feel nu hesitancy
in loosing for a liberal share of public patronage.
THOMAS B. GORMAN,
Macon, July 4, 1842. 41
JlHoftetured the ni
I by We T._Jenninga tcjCn., very favorab]
igs k Un„ very favorably known
i" im'ns'lhe moat fashionable Draper* and Tailors in the
„vof New York. CONSISTING OP
I Mirtoitts, Frock Coats,
Ores* Coats, Coatros. and
Office Coats, Trnvrll ng Coats,
Gail ire' and Gent/riurn’t
In all llie New and various styles;
I Tvpaher with a very choice selection of
' Sk «ad Satin Scarf*. Cruvala,
[ )|,ih»ir and Cashmere do Hosiery,
| Fnder Vests, Gloves,
-. lender,, Linen and Muslin Shirts,
[ Collars. Stocks, ke.
Including a general stock of
| Yo tit IPs & CliildrenN Cioihing;,
\GKKO CM) 5 HI Y«,
UMBRELLAS, & c .
Relieving that the system of Small Profits and Quick
Knuni..’’ is best suited to the times, they will offer their
at price* that cannot fail to be an inducement to pur-
.\Ucon, October 10.1343. 2
extensive assortment of
HATS AND CAPS,
may'be'fo e j er ^ sly * e aB< * < l ua, * t y- Among his assortment
10 dox. fashionable Beaver Hats.
00 doi. do Cassimere Hats,
10 dox. do Russia Haia,
20 dor. do Moleskin Hats
1 doz. Angola Silk-Hats.
OvYE IIUADUED DOZEN
II. & J. COWX^S,
H AVE just leceiveJ, Fresh Markers’.
Canal Flour, . Regain k Priucips Segars,
New Buckwheat, in half and quarter bnriels,
n-i:?in;. Su^ar, CoflTce. &c.ftc.
Macon. Nor 28 9
I JOS. it EDWIN SAUliSBUKY,
H AVING purchased of Mr. R W MORRIS, bis en
tire Slock of
CLOTH . C ASSIST SRES, &.c-
I ire prepares to offer the same at very reduced prices for cash
The Sun k is new, and the Clothing manufactured in ihe
| Ism style, and in the best manner. They feel warranted
unviag, that, at regard* variety, quality, ana price, their
1 Stuck cannot be surpassed by any in the city.
They have on hand.
Gentlemen’* auper Beaver and Pilot Cloih
Gentlemeu’a auper Beaver and Pilot Cloth
FKOl Ei COATS,
Ladies’ and Gentlemeu’s super
CLOTH CLOAK S,
Gentlemen’s Blue. Black. Green. Cadei Mixe-I
Frock and Dress Coats,
Gentlemen's super French Cassimere .FROf K COATS,
Gentlemen's Cloth. Cassimere, Saitineit, and Jeans
or evert description ;
BLUE, BLACK, MIXED, AND FANCY
CEO 1 US ./.V/> CdtSSi’JtiJEMJES.
Also. • splendid assortment of
VESTS. G!ov«M5, 8a«p«ndcis, Shirts.
COLLARS, HANDKERCHIEFS, HOSIERY,
TRUrtfSIS, CARPET RAGS,
UMBRELLAS, <fcc. &.c
Macon, Dec 5, 1843
T HE undersigned still continues to occupy the WARE
HOUSE on the corner of Second sod Poplar streets.
He offers his services in the various branches of the IVn re
House mail C'oiumi»niou Bunint-nx, and respectful
ly solicit- the patrobage rf bis friends and the public gener
ally ; trusting that, by his unremitting efforts, be shall be
able to meet the wishes of those who may honor hitr. with
theirconlidei.ee—and expresses a feelingcfgratitude to his
friends for their libera' patronage.
JOHN M. FIELD.
Macon, Joly 1. 1843. 41
Itefercuee—Col. Wm. H. Reynolds, >
Mnj James H Hardaway, \ „
Messrs. Rea k Cotton, ) x,aco ”-
Joshua G. Moore, |
Brvant Bateman, )
Stephen Casrelow, f Houston.
William Moseley, Henry.
W. C Cleveland, Crawford.
GKO. I. SHCP/IRD,
Is receiving weekly additions to his hitherto splendid stock of
HATS AND CAPS,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTORY.
He is now prepared to offer rare inducements to city
and country purchasers.
Possessing advantages excelled by no Hat Establishment
in the State, he will afford his Goods at an low, or perhaps
lower price*. Every style of HATS AND CAPS may
be found at his Store.
WARD I1018E A YD
I) 0 MM IS S10 .\ BUSINESS.
IHE undersigned feel*
•f CLOT RING to Messrs. J. k E. SAULSBURY. would
rr'i'inineiwt ttieui to the patronage of his former cua-
loiucts and the public general y—believing that their ar
rangements are such a* will enable them to offer their
Qa<>4« at such prices as to make it to the tmereat ofpurrha*.
tn to buy of them. R. W. MORRIS.
_P*c3, 1843 10 3m
tAK It I AGE REPOSITORY,
0* Mulberry Street, Near the Methodist Church
'liar SUBSCRIBER, is receiving large addition, to hi*
1 stock of
COAClIKg, 4'il.titlOTf l S. BAROUCBM,
BVHfllBt), \t A6038, Ac.
Irom tome of the best Northern Manufactories, which were
■>de expressly for thi, market, of the beat material*, and
»r* warranted equal if not superior to those of any other es-
tiblishment. Those in want of any description of Carriages,
•'ll find it for their interest to examine the quality andpri-
*** of bis assortment.
Ref* irino, in all the different branches executed in the
k*it manner, by experienced workmen at less that) former
Carriage makers, will find a good assortment of Elliptic
- s [>rin2«, A xeltrees, turned and boxed Dashes, Lamps.Bands
Knobs, Patent and Too Leather, Laces, Silk and worsted
fringe, Tassels, and almost every article required in their
business, at Augusta price*.
March l.t, 1842. St tf J.W.BABCOCK.
friends and patrons fur the
liberal *ur>port heretofore
received, take great pleasure
i.t announcing to them and the public geneially, that they
w ill continue the above business in all its various brsnehes;
sitcli as the storing ami selling ot cotton, receiving and for-
—•Jing merchandize and fillingorders.attheir well known
-ti-nd, situate near the river, which tor convenience and se
curity from fire, is not surpassed by any Ware-House in
hechy. dr. Thomas Hardeman will as heretofore give
uis personal attention to the selling of Cotton and the filling
,.f orders for goods, and pledges htmselfin every case to do
his best to promote the interest ol all who may favor at
with their patronage and influence.
HARDEMAN & HAMILTON.
Macon, Aug. 3, 1842. 45
EXPECTING to go to Savannnh early in the fall, with
a view of engaging in the CouiniiKxion IttixiiienH there,
I have disposed of iny interest in the concern of E. Hamil
ton 4c Hardeman, to my son, Mr. CHARLES F. HAM-
ILTON, whose sleadiuessnf character, and correctknowl-
n.lge <>f business, will qualify him for the employment in
which lif is about to engage. In thus retiring from the con
cern. I beg leave to tender my grateful acknowledgments to
my friends for past favors, and would kindly solicit for the
new concern of HARDEMAN & HAMILTON, a coo-
linuation of their suppnn. with the assurance that it will be
as gratefully acknowledged by me, as though 1 were still a
member of" 1 he concern. E. HAMILTON.
Macon. Aug. 25, 1842
Beaver, J\*utria and Russia
warranted more durable ban any Hals ever sold
in Macon. Also,
50 do*. Youth's and Children’s Hats,
20 doz. do. do. Caps.
SO doz. black and drab Sporting Hat*,
Together with a general assortment of
COHSISTiNG IN PAR T OF
3 dox. PBEMIU.M OTTER CAPS,
5 di-x. Sea Otter Caps,
5 dor. Super Nutria Caps.
20 doz. do. Muskrat Caps,
50 dox. Men's and Boys’ Seal Caps,
50 dox. do. do. SeaJette Caps.
200 doz. men’s and Boys’ Black and
All of which will be sold lor Cash, at prices which can-
not fail to give satisfaction.
Puichasers are i'.viied to call and examine at the old
stand, sign of the “BIG HAT," Mulberry Street.
Braver, Otter, ill ink, * Coon Skins,
HMAT/ilt, for which the cash will be paid.
Macon. Oct 17. Ik 13. 3
CHRISTMAS IS COMING, AND
ARID OLD SAE3XY- LAWS OS OSS BIT.
LOADED WITH ALL THE LUXURIES OF LIFE,
Sl , 3r , S3^.'B3a.SE: S
BEATER, MITBIA, CASSHER, RUSSIA,
Hole-Skin, Angola, and Silk
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
JB5' , ‘8C_TJBESL_
Otter, Shetland Seal, Nutria, and ITIashrnt.
Men’s and Youths' Cloth and Velvet CAPS,
tfna is to inform the good citizens of Macon, and the whole people of Georgia, that I hove given up distributing
.b ood tor the Mind, and will now distribute Food that will please the tasle and invigorate tile Bod v. I have opened a
FAMILY GROCERY STORE,
AT jtlY OI.D STAMP,
Where every thing, ofthe best quality in that line, may be found. I will receive every - night by the Kail Hoad, all kinds of
Fresh Fish, OYSTERS, Oranges, Banannas, Apples, Lemons,
Pine Apples, &c. &c.
And to my country friends, I will say, that I will make the most liberal exchanges will) you. for all kinds of COUN
TRY PRODUCK. (CF* Do not forget to call at my Store, on Mulberry street, two doors South of the Washington
Hall, where you can buy a good many Goods fora little money.
Macon, Feb.27th. 1814. 23 C. Y. KLL Ni
RATES* OF FREIGHT AND PASSAGE
Important to Puichasers
PEOPLE - STORE.
A LARGE supply of GOODS, adapted to the season.
just received—among which are some very desiiable.
We sh.ll receive NEW GOODS almost every week.du
ring the bus. season; sud intenu that the People's Store
shall, as it ever bus done, lead the bes' of cheap and favorite
[CT Domestic Goods, of all kinds, at very low prices.
CRANE k CLARK.
March 19 25 Under Washington Hall.
Gentlemen’s Y T avv Cap's;
A LARGE LOT OF
men’s and Boys’ Black and Drab
SPORT!Y T G HATS;
Together with an extensive Stick of
IVlen’K sand Boys 9 Black and Draft
WOOL HATS <fcC.
O* The attention of those in want of any articles in this
line, is respectfully invited.
Store on Second Street, a lew doors above the Wash
ington Hall, and adjoining the Shoe Store of Messrs. Whi
ting it Mix.
wiier, ’link and Raccoon skins,
for which the Cash wilt Ik pud.
Macon. Jan 30. 1844 18 GEO. I. SHEPARD.
DUTAIICEH IW MILES X'ICO.TI MAC ON.
/'K0.71 .'tJ.ZCO.'}' TO
!li» -a; -- -
MTrrE sh"!l continue ihe Ware House and Commission
I t Business, the ensuing season, at our old stand, on
the corner of Cherry and Second Street*. _ .
In offering our service* again to the public, we have no
p'edces to make—be'ievingilmt nor past rnnduct will be a
sufficient guarantee for the faithful performance of the
trust thst may be hereafter confided 10 us.
We will at all time* be prepared to make liberal Ad
vances on Cotton, in store, or on shipments made to our
Ageotsin Savannah, Charlestm or New York.
D. k W. GUNN * CO.
. The subscribers intend keeping on hand, a full supply of
Drv-Good*. Cotton Bagging, and Family Groceries, of all
kinds; which they will be glad to furnish to their custom-
a, upon ns good terms as any house in Mad-n.
H b D. 4c. W. GUNN.
Aug. 22 47
GRATES. WOOD & CO.
6 RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of Merchants
IV and Planters to tbei I Stock of
IIAICDWAKE, Slums, &e.
now in siore and to which constant additions of fresh goods
will be added during the season, rendering iheir assortment
at all limes very complete, and which will be sold low lor
cash, oi to good customers.
The following goods may be found in their assortment;
5 Bales Ticking,
10 ** Osnaburgs.
30 “ Slieetinga and Shirtings,
4 Cases Bleached do do
1000 Piei-ea English and American Prints,
50 •" Scotch and Earlston Ginghams,
5 Bales Stripes and Checks,
5 •• 3 4. 4 4. and 5-4 Power Loom Shirting,
130 Pieces Plaid Jaconet, and Swiss Muslins.
THU Undersigned, Agents for
* Company of Hartford Conn.,
for the /Etna Insurance
B any ol llartmra Vvonn., are prepared to take
■lildings, Merchandize in Store and Colton in
' v »r»-houses, in the Citv of Macon and its vicinity, agains
REA 4c COTTON. Ag’u
Feb 7 23 ly
poll the Cure of Liver Complaint, Di speps
* For sale by J. H. 4c w. S.
t Take Yotiee,
IUIAT the Ord innnre below, will be rigidly enforced a*
jA jPaitisi all persons hitching their horses to, or otherwise
fikudv. Trees in the turrets oFMamn.
27,1S44. A. McGREGOtt, Marshal.
“Me. 25. All trees set out or planted in the public squares
t '"' -in the Jim ts of this city, shall be 20 leet fr< m
t . ’^-'danf line of the lot on the squares or 18U feet streets.
*o leet from the boundary line of the lot on tiie 120 feet
parallel with ihe boundary line. And any person or
k ' i cutting down or girdling, or in any other manner in-
f«»sieni g a bor»e, or any other animal, to a tree in
£rj* 1C or ^^cets, in tlie city of Macon, sha
C C0:>vi -don before the Mayor, or any membi
***&oi\n C^cceediag ten dollars, nor leis tha
C o in m i ss I on Business.
FltHE undersigned, bavingbeen disappointed in the nr-
1 rangemems made by himself and Mr VVm. P Row
I AtfD at the commencement of the season, tikes this mein*
od of informing hi. friend* an J ihe public generally, that he
ha. leased, fur llie balance of the season, the large andcom-
modum* Ware-House, on the corner o! Thtrdmna^IVharf
Ctlree/*.formeilvoccupied by JOHN JONES. He will
sell when directed. Cmtnn from ware home or wagons;
and In all cases use his best exertions to obtain the highest
market prices He will also attend to the Receiving and
Forwarding Goods, as also the purchase orGoodson order.
His Ware-House is situated immediately on the river,
and within a small distance of the Rail-Road—ihns possess
ing auperiot advantages for snipping. _
He hopes, by atrictond prompt attention to business, to
merit a share of public patronage. nlIn nm|
Oct31, 1843. 5 WM. W. BALDWIN.
Muslins ami Lawns,
Ky. Jeans and Sauinetts,
Dissolution oF Copartnership.
r|4HE firm of CHAPMAN & ROSS is thi, day dis-
A solved, by mutual consent.
Macon, Jan. 1, 1844. 18
WM. W. CHAPMAN.
WM. A. ROSS.
YVILLIATO A. ROSS
C ONTINUES this business on hi* own account, having
purchased from Mr. Win- W. Chapman his entire in
terest in the St^ck of Good* belonging to the llie firm.. He
baa now on hand a well selected «tncfcof goods, consisting of
Hats, Shoo, Hardware,
CROCKERY, SADDLES, &c
Which will be sold
Jan. 1,1844 18
ary low fur cash.
WM. A. ROSS.
XNDEBTED to the late firm of CHAPMAN * RO^S,
JL will please make immediate payment, or suns will je
brought indiscriminately. The papers are all turned over
to me for collection, and can be found at time at irL A.
Rosa' Store. WM. W. CHAPMAN-
Macon, Jan. I,;i844 1*
25 Pieces Silk dn.
Fancy Hdkfs. and Shawls,
150 Dox. Hosiery (assorted)
50 “ Gloves do.
50 - Suspenders,
600 ’ Spool Thread,
100 lbs. Black and colored Linen Thread,
200 * Turkey Cotton,
Col'd Cambric*. Vestings. Ribbons, Tapes, Cords,
Sewing Stilts 4cc., Ac.
100 Cases Men’s. Women’s and Children’s Shoes,
15 “ Bonnets (all kinds)
200 Doz. Palm Leal Hats (all kinds)
200 Reams Letter. Foolscap, and Wrapping Paper,
2 Casks Sad Irons. 1 cask Curry Combs,
6 ** C. B untl Carolina Hoes, Q do Trncea,
Wagon Boxes. Fry Pam, Sauce Pans,
Tph Kellies, Knives and Forks,
Pocket and Card Knives.
Pad Locks, Plate Locks,
Bull Hinges and Screws, 200 lbs. Pins,
Buttons and Combs of every deset iption.
Percussion Caps. Spoons, flee flee.,
25 Hhds P 3. C* and N. O. Sugars,
Bbls. Pulverized and Crushed Sugar,
Boxes White Havanna doT
Bbls Loaf and Trinidad do.
Br.gs Rio and Java Coffee,
Chests Fresh Teas
Tons Iron. FJat. Bound, and Square (all sizes)
Cast. Ge-man and Blister Steel,
Anvils, Vicesand Bellow’s,
Kegs Nails and Brad.?.
Bagcing, Hope and Twine,
-Kegs Powder, Canister de.
50 Boxes Snap,
30 " Sperm Candles,
King fle Collins’ Axes,
Colton Cards, No. S and 10.
2 Ceroins Intiign. 8al Era'is,
Epsom i-alts. Madder. Gincer,
Pepper, Spice. Nutmegs Cloves,
Cassia. Camphor. Brimstone,
Blue Stone.palt Petre,
Painta. Oils. Glass. Putty,
Kperm Oil, Ac,, Ac.
2000 Sacks Salt,
50,000 lbs. Bacon.
10 Tons Grindstones.
Macon, March 26, 1844. **
H. & J. COWLES,
M AVE now on hand, at the Store formerly occupied h«
Messrs. J B. Ross A Co., a gene;-! assortment of
Planters'Supplies, consisting ot
HARDWARE, SHOES, &C.&C.
Macon, Oct 25,1843 6
ON COTTON AVENUE AND SECOND STREET,
&C. Arc. Arc.
OFFERS FOR SALE. AT VERY LOW PRICES
Ol V, | BAGS old Java. Rio, Cuba, and Lag .ira Coffee.
ODD 25 IthtL St. Croix und Porto Rico Sugars.
A 000 lbs. Standard Crushed and Double Loaf Sugar.
20 hbds Cuba Molasses.
30 boxes Castile. Fancy, and Variega'ed Soaps,
40 do Sperm and Hull’s Patent Candles,
30 do Colgate’s an.l Hull's Steam Soap, No. 1,
800 Sacks Salt, large size,
20 boxes Tobacco,
25 dozen Long-handle Shovels and Spades,
100 kegs Cut Nails and Brads, 1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
600 lbs. Smoothing Irons. 200,000 Cut Tacks,
50,000 lbs. Swedes Iron, assorted, IJ to 0 in. wide,
2.000 lbs. German Blistered and Caat Steel,
100 bogs Patent Shot, 10 doz. Wilson’s Coffee Mills,
20 dox. Halter Chains, 100 doz. superior Blacking,
20 do Shoe Brushes, 10 • do Curry-Combs,
15 do Patent Razor Straps.
10,000 lbs. Hollow Ware, (assorted sizes,)
50 reams super Blue A White Ruled Letter A Cap Paper.
60 do Wrapping Paper.
500 boxes 1 able " alt,
600 ps. superior Gunny and heavy Dundee Bagging,
1,000 lbs three-ply Bacging Twine,
10 boxes Cotton and Wool Cards.
40 dozen Pails. Mats. Brooms, and Seives,
60 do Pen. Pocket, and Fancy Knives.
75 do Knives and Forks,
100 do Quilled Top. Side,and Dressing Combs,
20 boxes Imperial. Hvson. Pouchong and Souchong Teas.
Spices, of all kinds ; Lon,Ion Mustard; Indigo; Madder;
Copperas; Sal Aeratus; Salt Petre; Epsom Salts; Starch;
Scotch and Maeabot Snuff—together with an assortment of
HATS, CAPS, SADDLERY,
Boots and Shoes.
Macon, Nov 14,1843. 7
GRAVES & KIBBEE
C ONTINUE the WARE HOUSE and COMMIS
SION BUSINESS—nre prepared at all time, to
make Advances on Cotton in Store, or shipment to »ny
market desired, and solicit acontinuanceof patronage.
Macon, August 22, 1843. 48
/jfkfkpr. Trace Chains.
4UD GO Vices.
Trace Chains.-, Anvils, Bellows
20 pr. Blacksmith’s Bellows.
150 Hand and Sledge Hammers,
40 double hand Screw Plates, assorted, (to 1 inch.
40 Fifth Chaius, 2,000 lbs. Hook Hinges.
100 sets Wagon Boxes, 300 lbs- Bagging Twins,
100 Tea Kettles, 100 Sauce Pans,
1.000 lbs Bar Lead, 20 dozen Knob Locks,
1 Iron Chest. ALSO.
A complete assortment of
Fen and Pocket Knives,
TABUS KN-Ylid Sc FORKS,
Just received and for sale by
Macon. Nov 14. 1845. 7 E. B. WEED.
Passengers 5 c. pr. mile, (children under 12 vs. A servts. half price,
Colton per bale, (round or square) not exceeding 400 lbs, weight,-.
Cotton per bale, (round or square, over 400 lbs. per 100 lbs.........
Boxes, bales, and all measurement goods per cubic foot.
Sugar, Coffee, Rice. Iron, Hardware, and all other articles that go*
by weight per 100 lbs.
Hogsheads and Pipes of Liquor, each.
Hogsheads of Molssses and Oil each.
Barrels of Liqoor, Fish, Beef, Pork, Lime, 4cc each,
Barrels of Molasses and Oil each,
Bis. of Floor, Potatoes. Fruit. Onions, and all other light bis. each,
j his. Pork, Fish. Liquor. Ac A al! Kegs of 10 gals. A upwards each,
i bis. Flour, Fruit, Potatoes, Ac each,
Sait in sacks over tour bushels,. per UusJiei,
Uutn, vf «>al. all other grain in bags,.... ....per bushel.
Cotton Bagging * P er piece.
Boxes of Soap, Candles, flee, of common size, each,
Brooms in bundles - - - - -per dozen,
Buckets. Collars, Scythes,Shovels fle Spades, Sifters, &c. per dozen,
ot ‘ j...per dozen.
Boxes Fruit. Cigars, flee...... *. *. - • - * ’ * AY * 1' eac ?’
All small packages not weighing 10 J lbs. nor measuring 2 ieet, each.
Blacksmith's Bello-vs...... V* e ? ,
Potatoes, Apples, flee - P er bushe . , »
Demijohns, Jugs. Jars. &c. not over two gallons each,
Dem'j'ihns, Jugs. Jars, Ac. over two gallons...., each.
Bales of Hay and Fodder, not over 400 lbs each,
Four Wheel Carriages each,
Two Wheel Carriages each.
Post and Stage Coaches and Road Wn^rons,. —............each,
Lumber,sawed and hewed, per 1,000feet,... —
Wood cord -
LIVE STOCK. , ,
Oxen and Beef Cattle, per head,
Horae. per head,
Sheep. Goats, Calves, and Dogs, per head,
Turkeys and Geese in coop3 per head,
Ducks’and Chickens in coods per head. , ,
Special contracts may be made with the Superintendanlof Transportation, for Freight,on the following articles,
larce quantities, viz: Horses, Hogs, Cattle. Lumber. Wood. Brick, or Stone, Ac. Ac.
Planters or Fanners are allowed to pass free of charge, for passage, when accompanying llie produce of their own
farms to market . _ ... ....
Goods. Wares, or Merchandize, destined for the interior of this State, Tennessee, or Alabama, consigned to the Agent
of this Company, at Macon, will be received and forwarded from any point of this Road, by wagons, to their place of ties-
filiation, free of chaige for Storage or Forwarding. . ,, . _ , ,
Colton. Merchandize, or Produce, of any description, will be received by the Company a Agents, nt Griffin. Barncsvdle,
or Forsyth, and forwarded direct to Savannah, free of any charge, other than the regular rate* bf Transportation. Ar
rangements must be made in all instances, firthe payment of Freight and expenses, with the Company’s Agent at Ma-
con?or at the Depot where the goods are received or delivered. , . ’ '"*41
The attention of Merchants and Planters, is solicited to the advantages oficred them under the ibove arrangements, for
shipping their Produce to Market, and obtaining their supplies, through this channel of communication with the seaboard.
The Central Rail-Road is now completed and in operation, from Savannah to within 2} miles ofonr Depot, and will l «
completed to Mncon early this fall. This Road is in daily operation to Griffin, 60 miles above Macon; and, bv lie first
512 0012' 3012' P0.3 00
2 381 3 08
j 3 53
2 5 8
Merchants living in the upper part of the State, will find it decidedly to their interest, to ship their eonrU by way of
Savannah, over the Central and this Rail-Rood consigned to our A gents, as goods can be hauled from Barnesville orGri'ffin,
to Columbus, for 45 a 50 rents per 100 pounds, or any other part of the country at proportionable rate*.
All eoods will be sent forward immediately, unless otherwise ordered;
J. I>. GRAY.
August 22, 1843.
Agent and Sunerintendant of Transports!?
NEW DC OK STORE
ON COTTON aVENIB,
Two doors ahoTcfflMiYi. J- II- *V AY. S. ELIjXS 5
H AVING MOVED to the above Stand, offers to tie
public, n large Stock of
« O OKS, S T. i T10 .V.l R 1%
BLANK BOOKS, &c.&c.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Family and Pocket Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books, of :
every kind and size, in various binding.
Southern and Missouri Harmony, Kingsley’s Social |
Choir. Juvenile Singing Book. Mason's Sacred
Harp. Bate Primmer. Dictionary of Musical
Ter ms, SfC. S(C.
ttlnnlt Hooka of every tlc»ci iption, Couit Ke-
cont, mini Doekel ISot.U*, rnrion* -izra.
Ledgers. Journals and Day Books; Invoice. Re-
subscriber continues to carry on this
_ ore, where
he keeps for i
Douftfc-stud Band &hof Guns,
UiflcSa Pistols, aim! all other liiuds oi*
A pruf uiiis.
HE PAIRING, of all kinds, and stocking Guns, done at
short notice—also, Guns and Rifle
Feb. 20 21
ii. W. & 2’i. WOO0R1FF,
H AVEjoal received, and are mr.v opening, a fine
so rune nt of
SPRING AND SUMMER
cord. Lettek. Bill and Receipt Books ; In
dexes. for Ledgers. Pocket Memoran
dums flt Pocket J*edu£Rs. Act. flee.
J. B. would respectfully invite teachers and others who
may want SCHOOL BOOKS* to call and examine his stock
which will be sold at the lowest possiblt^rices, Por : Ca&ii-
whoJesale and retail.
He also receives as soon as published all the new works
from the Harper’s *uid other publishing houses ir. New
York. Boston and Philadelphia, embracing all the edienp.
and fashionable literature of the day. which he sells at New
Constantly on hand a stock of LAW BLA>' K6, printed
on the best foolscap paper.
Macon, Ocr 4.184::. 2
Cherry Street Bakery.
T HE subscriber reipecifully iuformsthe citizens of Mo-
con and vicinitv, thalhe has opened a Baking Estab
lishment. opposite Thomas Hs.rrold, on Cherry Street, he
respectfully solicits a share of public patronage. Having a
professional Baker„he confidently assures those^wlio may
patronize him, that his manufacture will be ot superior
quality. JOHN T. HARBAUM.
Sept. 5. *8
PIECES heavy Gunny Bagging,
,/DD 100 “ Kentucky do
50 “ Ru-ia. do
200 ’’ Coils Monilln Rope,
500 lbs- H.igeinp Twine.
For sale on reasonable terms bv
CHA3. CAMPBELL ACo.
August 2 j7_
3000 tP ’ ? ' ° f H:UI ‘ S ' for sa,e hy C. A. ELLS.
Also. 30 0 lbs. Lard, do* 2
March 25, 1344. 26
Consisting of Calicoes, Lawns and Musli;
lins; French and Scotch GinghmiD; Linen Lawns; Ln cn
Cambric Hdh&j Ir:-h Linens; Jaconet. Book, and Mull
Muslins; Check Muslins; Gleves and Hosiery, of every
kind nnd quality ;
8,000 yards Georgia Y anKecns:
Brown and Bleached I.iien Drills for P.iutf; Brown j.nd
lileoched and Grass Lireu; Brown and colored Con on
Patna !,faf a rad Leghorn SSais,
of Men’s, Youths’ and Boys’ sizes.
ALSO—A LARGE LOT OF
^1111 ade* and Papa$o!«;
All of which we w ill sell at a small advance from Cost
Please call and .-ee, ate ur Store, one door from Geo. W.
Priee, on Second street.
March 12 24
€ Al <F«SKIY 7 S.
UST RECEIVED-t 'ot of Calf Skins, a superior arti*
i-le f ris'ied nft^r.tt e Frenyh stv'e.
Nnrtberii SOLE-LEATHER, SHOE-THREAD,
Jan 9, 1844 15 6E0. W. PRIC.’E,