I fTtiST GOOD OF 'I'm: GJSti.tXI.'SJ' .VF.MBi'B.ii
M *CO\, (GEORGIA,) TI ESDA1 ]U0R.\L\fi
AVIIOL.ESALE AND JJETAIL,
T.IS HI O.T.IBJL B
I3HB0 EVERY TUESDAY MORNING,
BV 19. BAItTLETT.
■Brick B*tfdi*f. corner Cotton Avenue and
HAT AND CAP
YY"Jb **Ae this metbnd of infornrng our friends ai.d the
T f public gent-rally, that we are still connected -in the
lvnroHouse nml tloni mission Bosiaru, which
will be conducted at the atand occupied hv us the past
seaa<m. (on Cherry-street near I'ntum Avenue.) F.rthe
convenience of ntfr uo-cjunt y. friends, we are building a
ffCA L E HOUSE, nearly adjoining'Col. Parker's Store, on
the Avenue, which will be cotnufcted by the first of .Sep-'
teniher. _ .
We desire to retnm onr thanks, for the liberalpat rosace
bestowed on us heretofore f and trust that.by our exertions
air* interest of our patrons, to merit its continuance.
We will be |>renared to make the customary Advnncea
on t ottoti, fill Orders, and attend tosuctibusinessaatnay
be confided to us by our friends, on aa favorable terms aa
will be done by any other regular House in this place.
HAMILTON A WINN.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: ,
In.'s, paid in advance, will pay for the Tel-
tr. rive Dollars, paid m advance, "01
ears. Tcu Dollnrs, paid in advance, will
id within six months after the year has coin-
rs Ann riftt cents, per annum
i.iid until the end of the year, kour
: oe charged;—with interest there-
I Till be charged. If not
;,)f.LAiU pertnnum wj
will he discontinued until all arrearages are
I .ft option of the- Proprietor. •
^Blufe Papers, to noiwSttttacriben, iaj ceuu each. Extra
«o.cr». to Subscriber*. cents each.
C TERMS or SDVERTISIXO:
tnVERTlsEMENTS not exceeding 12linea,willbeinserted |
nine for ONR DOLLAR; and rtFTT cents for each
Sheriff*. Tsx Collectors’ and Coroners’ Sales, are char
ed i,v the Levy.
’ \ reasonable deduction will be made to those who adver-
tlseby the year.
On all account* foi Advertiaing, ter., as well as for Sub*
.Miiica. Interest will be charged, when not settled within
|j»E$PECTFULLY inf.r m , bisol.l customers and the
■ w public generally.'that he is now receiving from the
celebrated Hat Manufactory of Jutl.v Hunt & Co., a very
extensive assortment of *
HATS AI\D CAPS
Macon, July 1, 1643.
embracing every style and quality. Among bis assortment
may be found
10 dox. fashionable Beaver Hsta,
80 dox. do Cassiuiere Hats,
10 dnx. do Russia Hals,
80 dox. do Moleskin Hats
1 dox. Angola Silk Huts. •
ONE HUNDRED DOZEN
GEO. I. SHEPARD,
Is receiving weekly addition, to bis hitherto splendid stock of
CHRISTMAS IS COMING,
Aivr2) OLD SANS?- C &AW
AND SO AM I
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTORY,
lie is n aw prepared'to-offeV rare inducements to city
and country purchasers.
Possessing advantages excelled by no Hat Establishment
in the State, he will afford his Goods at os/ow, or perhaps
hirer pne**. Every style of HATS AND CAPS may
C o in in I s s i o n Business.
f II 'HE subscribers beg leave to infnrn. heir friends, and
a the public in general, ilwi they have rnnneriej them
selves together in the above business, under tbe firm of
GOICMAN & ItlCIIAltDSON,
and arc now erccitng a large and convenient WARE
HOUSE. near Holton Avenue, on Poplar it reft. The
location is dry and elevated, and unencumbered with old
buildings and the usual liabilities offi e. and will be com
pleted, and ready fur busbies*, by the first of September.
They confidently assure the public, that any hjsi-iesacon-
signed to their care, will be faithfully and prr mptlyexecu-
Relying on the honesty of purpose and d^ongt stablish-
ed confidence of tin ae who know us, we feel nu hesitancy
in loosing for a liberal share of public patronage.
ND this is to inform the good citizens of Macon, and the whole people of Georgia, that I have given up distributing
.Food for the Mind, and will now distribute Food that will please the taste and invigorate the Body. I have opened a
L MACON, GEORGIA.
T HE subscriber has again taken this Eslab
li.hmenl, where be will always be bap
[9 p ' to attend to the calls of his old customers,
*■» and the travelling public generally.
June U0 38 8 LANIER.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE
Where every thing, of the best quality in that line, may be found. I will receive every niglu by the Rail-Rot
Fresh Fish, OYSTERS, Oranges, SSannnnas, Apples, L
Pine Apples, &c. «fcc.
And to mv country friends, I will say, that I will m ike the most liberal exchanges with you. for all kind;
THY PRODUCE. (O’ Do not forget to call at my Siorc, on Mulberry street, two doors South of the
Hall, where you can buy a good many Goods for a little money.
Macon, Feb. 27th. 1844. 22 C. A
Beaver, JYutria and Russia
Macon, July 4. 1843.
warranted more durable hau any Hats ever sold
in Miicon. Also,
SO dot. Youth's and Childreu's Hats,
20 dox. do. do. Caps.
20 dox. black and drab Sporting Haft,
T ill? subscriber having become tlie Propripinroftliis
well known establishment, respectfully snlicita the
ptranage of the public. The house lias been entirely
t rniseJ and renovated; the rooms replenished with dean
ioi, and suitable furniture, and the whole interior ot the
ciulilislimrni adapted :n the comfort of bis guests. That
lie domestic economy of die House will bfc such as to grati-
t'v the most fastidious, he has but toinf rm the public, dial
k* has engaged as general Superintendents, WM. SHI
VERS. JUNIl. AND LADY, whose career as Managers
af• Tavern in Spans, for nine years, lias commended b;.n
U the favorable notice of the travelling public.
WM. G. THOMAS
The undersigned having disposed of his proprietorship
RATES OF FREIGHT AND PASSAGE
Mole-Skin, Angola, ami Silk
-1 HOUSE on the corner of Second and Poplar streets.
He offers his services ip the various branches of die TVaro
House and ConiuiiMKina Biisiarw, and i-rspeetful-
ly solicits the patronage rf his friends an.f die publir gener
ally ; trusting that, by his unremitting efforts, he shall be
tide to meet the wishes of those who may honor him with
their conlidei.ee—and expresses a feelingcfgratitude to bia
friends fur their libera' patronage.
JOHN M. FIELD.
Macon, July 1. 1843. 41
lit firmer—Col. Wm. H. Reynolds, )
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Otter, Shetland Neal, Nutria, and muskrat.
Men’s and Youths’ Cloth aud Velvet CAPS,
Do do Hair Seal do
Do do Seal-lto do
Do do Glazed do
Gentlemen's iYavy Caps;
A LARGE LOT OF
Itlcn’s and Boys’ Black and Drab
Together with an extensive Stick of
men’s and Boys’ Black and Drab
WOOL HATS, <&C.
K7* The attention of those in want of any articles in this
line, is respectfully invited.
Store oh Second Street, a r cvt doors above the Wash-
DISTANCE* IN MII.ES FKOR MACON.
to [lie Central Hotel, to Mr. W. O. Thomas, from his know!-
rl;e of him, nnd the well known capacity uf Mr. a.id Mrs.
tWvers. in the management of a Public House, can with
eooftd.nce. recommend the Central Hotel to the patronage
of his friends and the putt*.
Sept. 19 51
Pass&NOERS 5 c. pr. mile, (cliiulreu under lays. & servts. half price,
Cotton per bale, (round or square) not exceeding 400 lbs. weight,..
Cotton per bale, (round or square, over 400 ibs. per 100 lbs..... ....
Boxes, bules. and all measureinent goods,...... ....per cubic toot.
Sugar, Coffee. Rice. Iron, Hardware, and all oilier articles that go
by weight, per 100 lbs.
Hogsheadfc and Pipes of Liquor, .each
Hogsheads of Molasses and Oil,*. each.
Barrels of Liquor, Fish, Beef, Pork, Lime, 4c............. .each,
Barrels of Molasses and Oil,. each,
Bis. of Flour, Poiatoes, Fruit. Onions, and all otber light bis. each,
Jlyjlk Cobb County,
m!IE undersigned linre taken this spurious lintel, for-
X merlykeptby Benson Huberts. Esq., and are tmw
ready Ibr-ihe reception of Travellers aud Families visiting
The subscribers pledge themselves tn use every exertion
fur the comfort of their patruns.
THOMAS B. DANIEL.
Marieta, Jan. 1,1841. 57
D1LU.\EK¥ Aftl) FANCY
• . HR JESS ,11.1KIJYG.
Til R *• W. H. si o u r i .s
JLvJl would respectfully announce
V - y l» the Lzdtes of Macnn ami cuuutry
generally, that ahe is now opening.
j&zjr oo Corion Avenue, opposite Messrs.
—i8, ott & Carhart. aud next door to
the Messrs. Orrs, an ENTIRE new
Sta Stuck of the. most Fashionable and
Latest 8tyl.cfGOOD8, adapted to
the above Business; all of which has been selected by one
of the best judges in New York City. Greai inducements
will be bald out to purchasers fin CASH ; in consideration
of which, she solicits a share of public patrouage.
ed and promptly attended to.
\ bis. Pork. Fish. Liquor.Jcc. tc nil Kegs of lOgslv.&upwards each,
i bis. Flour, Fruit, Potatoes, ter -- each,
' biz. Flour, Fruit. Potatoes, ter each,
8alt in sacks nut exceeding four busheUi.................... .each.
Salt in sacks over tour bushels,.. ........per bushel.
Corn, Wheat, Meal, and all oilier grain in bags ...per bushel.
Cotton Bagging.. ... — per piece.
Boxes of 8oap, Candles, Ac. of common size, each,
Brooms in buudirs. per dozen.
Buckets. Collars, Scythes, Shovels & Spades, Sifters, Ac. per dozen,
Chairs .....i. per dozen.
- - — - ....
tin- corner or Cherry and Second Streets.
In offering our vervices again to ilie public, we have no
p’eiiges to m.ike—he ievin-ihni onr past conduct will be a
sufficient guarantee for the faithful performance of tbe
trust tltat may be hereafter confi led lo us.
We will ai all times be prepared to make liberal Ad
vances on Cotton, in store, or on shipments made to our
Agents in Savannah, Chariest, n nr New York.
D. A W. GUNN A CO.
The subscribers intend keeping on hand, a full supply of
Dry-Goods. Cotton Bagging, and Family Groceries, of alt
kinds; which they will he gla-l to furnish to their custom
ers, upon as good terms as any house in Mur„n.
D. A W. GUNN.
Otter, tlink. and Ruccoon skins*
for which tbe Caaii will be paid.
Macon. Jan 30. 1844 18 GEO. I. SHEPARD.
H. & J. COWLES
H AVE now on hand, atthe Store formerly oco
Messrs.'J B. Rons A Co., a gedetal assort
Planters’ Supplies, consisting of
Boxes Fruit, Cigars. Ac.—
All small packages uot weighing 10 J lbs. nor measuring 2 feet, each.
Blacksmith's Bellows........... ..each,
Potatoes, Apples, Ae..... — per bpshel,
Demijohns, jugs. Jars. Ac. uot over two gallons each,
o—isrs. Ice. over two gallons................each.
f|j 4 W Wk LBS Georgia Cured BACON,
Kl.UDU 20.000 Ibs. do do 1IAMS.
4,090 Ibs. extra LEAF LARD, for sale hv
WM. A. CHfcRRY.
Aprils 27 4m Cotton A venae, Macon. Ga.
tbe above Business; all of which has been selected by
of the best judges in New York City. 1’ ’ ‘
will be held out to purchasers fm CASH
Demijohns, Jugs, Jai
Bales of Hay and Fodder, uot over 400 Iba..
Four Wheel Carriages.......... — t......
Two Wheel Carriages
Post and Stage Coaches and Road Wagons,
Lumber, sawed and hewed, per 1,000 feet..
Oxen and Beef Cattle,:
Sheep. Goats, Calves, and Dogs,
N B.—Orders from Townor Country.thankfully recciv-
’ r V- * * ». Her motto will ever be—
•Promptness without delay, and punctuality with despatch.’’
Macao. Nov 7. 1843 8
Aug. 22 1 47
Dissolution of Copartncrsliiji.
rilHE firm nfCIIAPMAN A ROSS is this day dis
3 solved, hy mutual consent.
WM. W. CHAPMAN.
Macon, Jan. I. 1844. 18 WM. A. ROSS.
H1UDW1RE, SHOES, &c. &C
Macon, Oct S.*>. 1843 6
G ESA YES, WOOD & CO.
R ESPECTFULLY invite die atieutiun of Merchants
■ aud Planters to ibeii Stock of
EUODWAKE, SHOES, &c.
now in store and to wliich constant additions of fresh ffoods
ON COTTON AVENUE AND SECOND STREET,
Wll.1,1 VU A. ICONS
ONTINUES this business on his own account having
" J purchased frnm Mr. Wm. W. Chapman Ids entire in
terest in the Stork of Goods belimgiiig to the late firm. He
has now on hand a well selected stucx ,if goods, consisting of
Ready-,Made Cloth ing,
£3ill*, Shoes, 3San!ware,
Turkeys and Geese in codpi jipr bead,
Ducks and Chickens in cooos per bead.
Special contracts mnv be made with tlie Superintendantof Trausportati
tarce quantities, viz: Horses. Hogs, Cattle. Lumber. "\\ ood. Brick, or Si
Planters nr Farmers are allowed to pass free of charge, for passage, v
farms to market.
Goods. Wares, or Merehnndize. destined for the interinrof this Slale,
of this Company, at Macon, will be reeeiveil and forwarded from any f.uii
wtl. be adilcd during the season, rendering their
at ail times very complete, and which will be auld low lor
cash, m to good'euitmnera.
Tbe following goods may be found in tbeir assortment:
5 Bales Ticking.
10 ** Osnatiurgs.
30 '• Sheeting.and Shirtings,
4 Cases Bleached do do
1000 Piece* English sod American Prints,
50 ** Scotch and Karlston Ginghams,
Be assures alt who are disp. se.l to visit 1> ui. that n, efforts
shall he wanting to provide all such luxuries a, will tent to
their uimfort; and t« afford them nil Mich means of amuse
tnent ns wi t enable them to drive ” dull care away,” ootl
pt«* their time in pleasure.
Cjf GAMING i» strictly forbidden.
BRYAN W. COLLIER.
Indian Spring, Butts eo. March 26, 1641. 26 tO
MlLLEDOKVIt.EC. Nov. 3. 18.79. S
lualysis of the Water of the Iniiiuu Spring, Cults
Quantity, one pint, (wine measure.) or 29,873 cubic inches.
Preliminaries for a correct Anolpnt of this Spring.
Jjrmme et...: ,29,34 inches. _
Tvinper uure of the Atmosphere... 63 deg. Farenbeit.
’Temperature of the Water 46 ,do do
fyecibc Gravity 1,142, that of distil'ed water being 1,000.
At"lic Gas, .............. .0.126 cubic inches.
Carbonic Acid Gas.
*Ai. i n t: c
Carbonate of Magnesia
9ulpliate of Magnesia,.......
fiu'pial* of Lime
Sulphate of Potaab,
Total of Saline contents.
JOHN RUGGLEr* COTTING.
State Urologist of Georgia.
Ac. Ac. Ac.
OFFERS FOR SALK. AT VERY LOW PRICES
Oj 11 a BAGS old Java, llio, Cuba, and Lag .ira Coffee,
•>Ut r 25hhdi St. Croix and Porto Itico Sucars.
3 000 lbs. Standard Crushed and Double Loaf Sugar.
20 lihilf Cuba Molasses,
30 boxes Castile. Fancy, and Variegated Soaps,
40 do Sperm aud Hull’s Patent Caudles,.
30 do Colgate's and Hull’s Steam Soap, No. 1,
800 Sacks Sait, large size,
20 boxes Tobacco,
23 dozen Long-handle Shovels and Spades,
100 kegs Cut Nails and Brads, 1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
600 lbs. Smoothing Irous, 200,000 Cut Tacks,
m- Merchandize, destined tor tlie interior ot tms *taie, lennrssre, or . ,.a: r na,
at Macon, will be received and forwarded from any point of this Road, by wagon
.... .linipe for Storage or Forwarding.^
Cotton. Merchandize, nr Produce, of any description, will be received by the Con fan;. Ac n:-.
Forsyth, aud forwarded dircci lo Savannah, free of any. charge, other than the for u’nr r:,i«- <
ingements must be made in all instances, f >rthe payment of Freight and expense*,jwilh tbe Ci
in.or atthe Depot where the goods are received or delivered.
The attention of Merchants and Planters, is solicited to the advantages nfffered them under the a
lipping their Produce to Market, and obtaining their supplies, through this channel ol cammunit -i
lie 1 Central Uail-Road is now completed and itioper atinn, from Savannah lo within 2 j miles of i
ra lleted to Macnn early this fall. This Road is in daily operation loGriffiiu 60 miles 'above M
December, will be opened for Business to Lenhyi\\e.21 miles nhove Giiflin; and tnilir junctioi
tlautic Rail ltond, earlv next spring. That portion of the Road originally bid with the thin
CROCKERY, SADDLES, ac,
Which will be sold veiy low Tor cash.
Jan. 1,1844 18 WM. A. ROSS.
[NDEBTED to the late firm «f CHAPMAN * ROSS,
1 will please m ik« imroediaie payment, or suit* will bo
■ought imliscriminately. The pnjH-rs ere all turned ever
me tor collection, and can be found at timo at Wm. A
o*a’ Store. WM. W. CHAPMAN-
rebuilt this summer^ and laid with heavy flange Rail, and the whole Road from Macon to Griffin, is
business. " .
Merchants living in the upper part of the State, Xvill find it decidedly to theif interest, to ship
Savannah, over the Central nnd this Rail-Road consigned to our A gents, ns goods ran be hauled from
to Columbus, for 45 a 50 rents per 100 pounds, or any other part of the country at proportionable ra
All goods will be sent forwatd immediate!'', unless otherwise ordered. fiC--. UMsBp-...
J. I>. <
Agent and Sui-erintendiUi
CIIEYP A YD DESIRABLE
August 22, 1841
NEW BOOK STORE
0\ POTTO aVKM E,
. 1.983 grains,
..7 152 do
.3,415 do •
OPEM.NG FUR TUB SPRI.VG A\D SUMMER TRADE,
CRANE A CLARK’S.
rrtHE subscriber* of the Peop'e’s Store, are now making
JL extensive arrangement* for offering to their customer*
a very exten*i»eas*onnn nt ol'the best srleciim, of ffwidi
for tbe coming season, that can befound in this tnirkct; and
their I'm-;lilies for making pnrcliaae* are not behind tho*e of
auv ofiheircotemjioraiiea. • Quick returns and snisll prnf-
it*. will belheii motto, and therefore they offer every arti
cle in the Dry G'-ids line, at the lowest prices, or in other
words, though lb many things they undersell, they are de
termined not to be undersold. Among the go «ds they keep
Tiro doors nb'
Sewiug Sl'ks Ac., Ac.
100 Cases Men’s. Women’s and Children’s Shoes,
15 o Bonnets (*11 kinds)
COO Dnz. Palm Leaf Unit (all kinds)
200 Kearns Letter. Foofsc«i>. and Wrapping Paper,
2 Cask* Sad Irons. 1 cask Curry Cmnbs.
4 « C. S and Carolina Hues, 2 do Traces,
Wagon Boxes. Fry Pan.."Sauce Pant,
Ten Kellies, Knives and Folks,
Pocket and Card Knives.
Pad Locks. Plate Locks,
Butt Hinges aud Screws, 200 lbs. Pins,
Button* and Comb* of every description,
Fercussinn Cap*. Spoons Ac Ac.,
25 Hhds. P It-. 8.0. sod N. O. Sugars.
Bbls. Pulverized tnd Crushed Sugar,
Boxes White Hnvnnna do.
Bbls Loaf and Trinidad do.
400 Unga Rio and Java Coffee,
10 Chests Fresh Tea*.
30 Tons Iron. Flat, Round, and Square (all sizes)
Ca»t,\5e-man ami Blister Steel,
Anvils, Vices ond Bellows,
.000 lbs. Cartings,
230 Kegs Nails and Brads,
_ Bagging. Rope aud Twine,
800 Bags Shot,
000 Iba. Bar Lead. ,/
-.Kegs Powder, Canister de.
50 Boxes Soap.
30 “M: Sperm Candles,
SO “ Tallow do.
SO •’ Siarrb.
10 “ Ki"g A Collins’ Axes,
rr A VINO MOVED to till
t JL public, a large Slock of
CA K KIALrE REPOS1TORY,
Ox Mulderri STKtiiT, Near the Methodist Church
lies, Prayer and Hymn Books, of
Family and Pocket I!
every kind and size, in
Southern am! Missos
itChoir. Jure site Sit
Harp. lla.'C Pry.:
Macon: Nov 14, 1813.
500 FiciKh worked Collars.
J71INE Muslin and heavy work. A* we bought them at
P Auninn in New Ytirk, we ran sell them at 50 cents a
i-ce. Cull soon for ba gainS, at
CRANE A CLARK’S,
April 9, 1844, 28
Peace Ltuiiiis I’ctlaivs
inflpr. Trace Chains, 30 Anvils,
IVlvJ Co Vices. 20 pr. Blacksmith's Bellows.
iO Hand and Siedge Hammer*.
I double hand Screw Plates, assorted, 1 tol inch.
I Fifth Chains, 2,000 Ibs. Hook Hinges.
10 sets Wagon Boxes, 300 lbs- Bagging Twine,
10 Tea Kettles. 100 Sauce Pans,
too Ihs Bar Lead, 20 dozen Knob Locks,
Iron Cbe.t. ALSO.
A complete assortment of
Pen and Pocket Knives,
f Ilitr ov »oCRIBER, is receiving large addilionato hit
lilnnfi Boohs of every ,!<'«■;
cord, nnd Docket Uoolo
Ledgeks. JotriCtALs and Dir 1
curd. Litter. Bili. isd li!
uExt 5 . rot-. Ledgers. l’»<
• drms S PdciCKT Led..
J. B. would re: I'cctluiiy inviie /:
may want SCHOOL BOOKS, toca
which will be sold at the low est pos:
wholesale and retail.
He al> . rc eivesas soon ns p-ihli:
from the HftrpeKt end other pnbii
York. IS >-ten and Philadelphia, e.
and fashionable literature of the day
York prices. • 1
Constantly on band a stock of LA
on tbe test foolscap paper.
Macon. Oct 4,18;::.
Ul Ml cenu per yard; 2.000 yds .Negro stripe Homespuns
at 121 cts a yard; 500 bolts Georgia Nankeen; Ip.000 yd*
bleached and benwn Sheeting* tad Shillings; 2.000 yards
Irish Linens from 37) In 41,25; piece* Karlston Giligdama
at 25 i-ia per yard; 25 do. nt .13 and 37J cenu; 50 dox. Lisle
Caps at 81 a dozen; 1800 boxes silver plated Hooks aud
Eyes at 6j cent*.
FOR THE fiEIYTLEIEEN,
Single milled Cassimeres. ribbed and printed Ganibrnons.
Linen Drill*. Linen Cheek*. Check Ginghams. Geutlcmen’s
Scarf*. Cravats. Silk Glovea. Ac.
Ladies’ Siik Umbrella*. Parasols and Sunshades of the
mn*c choice patterns, from 75 cents to 83.
50 pieces Gimp with every variety of shade and color.
New Goods received every week; any article not found
as represented, may be returned, and the price will be ie-
OOO yards Georgia Nankeens;
’An an l Hl»*ai'l.cd Linen Drills for Pants; Brown and
lot ed Chiton
US S iSI ED ^©5, ES^ r BB'* 5
Palm Eeaf and Lcgliot u Hals.
of Men'?-, Yo'itl-.'’ nnd Bovs* frizes.
ALSO—A LARGE LOT OF
Sun Shades .and Parasols;
AVi of v* liieli we will >el! nt r. Monll nd'ance from Crst.
Please nil And eo, atour Store, one deor from Geo.
THE Undersigned, Agents for the Alt ns Insuranc*
. Cmnpanv of Hartford Conn., are prepated lo take
0,1 Buildings, Merchandize in Store a-d Cotmn in
J^irc-hoases, in the Citv of Macon and its vic : nit v, again*
y REA A COTTON, Ag’ts
TABLli KNiVI-sd Sc FORES
CHA*S. CAMPBELL ACo.
UST RECEIVED, n lot of Cult Skins, a superior arti
cle, finished after the French style,
il-n. Northern jOLE-LEATHE U,SH0E-THRF AD,
A1NTLES, Ac. _
an 9, 1844 13 6E0. W. PRICE,
! neet. he |
Hyv-’ifT a j
lishmem. opposite Thmins Harr*'
re.«p<‘<*tf(iliy soJirjts a ah a re <>t pufc
professional B-ker, lie copHcIentlv
patronize him, that hid numtlact'
Ok Cure of L:ver Comp:'; r.t. Dcrpe; ilia. Ac.
Fo r sale by j. H . A W. S. ELLIS.
V LIKELY Negro girl. 20 \ .at s old, a good cook, wai
er and irutter. Inquire of
WM. D. GRIFFIN, Etst Macon-
Macon, March 20, 1844. 26
figenn Oil, J
2000 5aiks Salt,
50.900 lbs. Baron;
]0 Tons Grindstone#.
Macon, March 26, 1844-
March 2$, 184