ri/e GRK.tr est good of rtta akk.ikksr .rr.wnkmi.
MACOi\, (GEORGIA,) TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 38, 1844.
rCBLI3HKD EVERY TUESDAY MORNING,
BY HI. BARTLETT.
■ *,net—Brick Building, corner Cotton Avenue and
| TERMS 0* SUBSCRIPTION:
Three DoIIarn, paid in advance, will pay for the Tel-
Lnpli one year. Fire Oollnra, P“* *
J|7for it two years. Ten Dollar., paid to advance, will
^Thennolpa^d whhin aix month, after the year ha. com-
1a .uni. nniLARS AND FIPTT CENTS, per annum
."“be Charge" If not Paid until the end of the year, FOUR
Ulars p^.nnum will be charged-wuh interest there-
No Paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are
Lid unless at the option of the Proprietor.
Siaele Papers, to non-Subscribers, 12} cenw each. Extra
.u, Subscribers. 61 cents each.
■ TERMS OF ADVERTISING:
advertisements not exceeding 12 lines, will be inserted
pe time for ONE DOLLAR; and riFTT cents for each
'jiitriffs, Tax Collectors and Coroners’ Sales, are char-
^iby the Levy.
■ ^ nsionahle deduction will be made to those whoadver-
y^liv the year.
jn'all accounts fot Advertising, Ac., as well as for Sub-
p^aien, Interest will be charged, when not settled within
jyyo Credit for Job Printing, Dlanko, A-c.-Tfl
• Letters on business connected wi>h die Office, must
itpmt paid, to secure attention.
M ACON, GEORGIA.
rp H E subscriber has again taken this Estab
X lithment, where he will always be hap
i p- to attend to the calls of bis old customers,
'*£&’ and the travelling public generally,
lii.-on.June SO 38 S. LANIER.
W E take this method of informing our friends and the
public generally, that we are still connected in the
TViirc-IIou.c nnit Connniasion Bniincss, which
will be. conducted at the stand occupied by us the past
season, (on Cherry-street, near Cotton Avenue.) For the
convenience of our up-count, y friends, .we are building a
SCALE HOUSE, nearly adjoining Col. Parker’s Store, on
the Avenue, which will be completed by the first of Sep
We desire to return our thanks, for the .liberal patronage
bestowed on us heretofore; and trust that.'by our exertions
for the interest of our patrons, to merit its continuance.
We will be prepared to make the customary Advances
on Cotton, fill Orders, and attend to such business aa may
bp confided to us by our friends, on as favorable terms as
will be done by any other regular House in this place.
HAMILTON & WINN.
Macon, July 1,1843. 41
(THE subscriber having become the Proprietor of this
known establishment, respectfully soliciu the
of the public. The house has been entirely
>ed and renovated; the rooms replenished with clean
__ ,nd suitable furniture, and the whole interior ol the
suMishment adapted to the comfort of his guests. That
•t amnestic economy of the House will be such as to grati-
i the most fastidious, he bat but loinf-rm the public, that
hi! engaged as geueral Superintendents, WM. SHI
VERS. JUNR. AND LADY, whose career as Managers
i, fivern in Sparta, for nine years, has commended Hi,
tie favorable notice ol the travelling public.
WM. O. THOMAS
The undersigned having disposed of his proprielorshi
hue Central Hotel, to Mr. W.G. Thomas, from his know
tbiofbim, and the well known capacity of Mr. aud Mrs.
rers. in the management of a Public Hoose, can with
#denee. recommend the Central Hotel to the patronage
tj friends and the public.
Sept. 19 51
TITHE subscribers beg leave to inform heir friends, and
1 the public in general, that they have connected them
selves together in the above business, under the firm of
GORMAN & ICICIIAICDSOM,
and are now erecting a large and convenient WARE
HOUSE. near Cotton Avenue, on Poplar street. The
location it dry and elevated, and unencumbered with old
buildings and the usual liabilities of fi e, and will be com
pleted, and ready for bus-ness. by the first ofSeptember.
They confidently assure the public, that any business con
signed to their care, will be faitbfally and prrmptly execu
Relying on the honesty of parpose. and the long t itablisb-
ed confidence of these who know us, we feel no hesitancy
in looking for a liberal share of public patronage.
THOMAS B. GORMAN,
Macon, July 4,1843. 41
HAT AND CAP
CHRISTMAS IS COMING, AND SO AM I,
ANTE OLD SANDY-CLAWS CLOSE B7,
LOADED WITH ALL THE LUXURIES OF LIFE,
A 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, auJ will now distribute Food that will please the taste and invigorate the Body. I have opened a
FAMILY GROCERY STORE,
AT MY OLD STAND,
Where every thing, of the best quality in that line, may be foand. I will receive every night by the Rail-Road, allkinds of
Fresh Fish, OYSTERS, Oranges, Banannas, Apples, Lemons,
Pine Apples, Ac. Ac.
And to my country friends, I will say, that I will make the most liberal exchanges with you. for all kinds of COUN
TRY PRODUCE. KT* Do not forget to call at my Store, on Mulberry street, two doors South of the Washington
Hall, where you can bny a good many Goods fora little money.
1 1HE undersigned have taken ibis spacious Hotel, for
merly kept by Benson Roberts. Esq., and are now
nriv far the reception of Travellers and Families visiting
The subscribers pledge themselves to use every exertion
if lie comfort of their petrous.
THOMAS B. DANIEL,
Msrirua, Jan. 1,1844. 27 .
Qfk 111 HI LBS Georgia Cured BACON,
yU.UUU 80,000 lbs. do do HAMS.
4.000 lbs. extra LEAF LARD, for tale by
WM. A. CHERRY.
April 2 87 4m Cotton Avenue, Macon, Ga.
TIHE subscriber most respectfully informs the public,
i that he hat taken possession of the well known Hotel
I lie Indian Spring, lately occupied by Col. H. Dillon —
Le:e are so many living witnesses, who can hear testimo
ny the wonderful benefita derived from the use of these
fcrqnslled waters, that it is useless to speak of them here.
It titures all who are disposed to visit h'ui, that nr efforts
rail be wanting to provide all such luxuries as will tend to
h-fr comfort; and to afford them all -uch means of amuse
a, will enable them to drive “dull care away,’’ and
ft** their lime in pleasure.
13* GAMING is strictly forbidden.
BRYAN W. COLLIER.
hiian Spring, Butts co. March 26, 1844. 26 tO
GEOLORICAL DEPART.UE1YT, l
Mu.LEDGEvn.LE, Nov. 2, 1839. 1
Inlysis of the Water of the Indio Spring, Butts
Oiiniity, one pint, (wine measure,) or 29,875 cubic inches.
/'thminaries for a correct Analysis of this Spring.
"■tomeiet ..........29,54 inches.
|«iperature of the Atmosphere........63 deg. Farenheit.
Jtropersiure of the Water,.... ........46 do do
fytcitic Gravity 1,142, that of distilled water being 1,000.
•'txic Ga», 0,156 cubic inches.
ftrhouic Acid Gas .1,000 do
phuretted Hydrogen... 3.5 do
«d>on*te of Magnesia 1,988 grains.
^'plwM of Magnesia, 71,528 do
Ophite ofLime,.... .............7.152 do
^tlpbile of Potash 3,415 do
Total of Saline contents....84.077 *
JOHN RUGGLE3 COTTING,
State Geologist of Georgia.
T HE iiudersigned atill continues to occupy the WARE
HOUSE on thecorner of Second and Poplar streets.
He offers his services in the various branches of the lVn rc-
IIousc ami Commission Buiiaris, and respectful
ly solicits the patronage of his friends and the public gener
ally ; trusting that, by his unremitting efforts, he shall be
able to meet the wishes of those who may honor him with
their confidence—and expresses a feelingcfgratitude to his
friends for their liberal patronage.
JOHN M. FIELD.
Macon, July 1. 1843. 41
Reference—Col. Wm. H. Reynolds, )
Maj James H.Hardaway, S
Messrs. Rea be Cotton,
Joshua G. Moore, $
William Moseley, Henry.
W. C. Cleavelnnd. Crairford.
W E shall continue the Ware House and Commission
Business, the ensuing season, at our old stand, on
the corner of Cherry and Second Streets.
In offering our services again to the public, we have no
pledges to make—believing that our past conduct will be a
sufficient guarantee for die faithful performance of the
trust that may be hereafter confided to us.
We will stall times be prepared to make liberal Ad
vances on Cotton, in store, or on shipments made to our
Ageutsin Savannah, Charleston or New York.
D. & W. GUNN & CO.
srs, upon as good terms as any house in Mac,-n.
F D. A W. GUNN.
Aug. 22 R
CHEAP AND DESIRABLE
Macon, Feb. 27th. 1844.
C. A. ELL!).
o* Mulberry Street, Nesr the Methodist Church
\Uk SUBSCRIBER, Is receiving large additionsiohis
L stock of
Caches, cnAmoTKrs, hahocches,
BUUGIEM, WAGONS, Ac.
*tos lutne of the best Northern Manufactories, which were
^a expressly for this market, of the beat materials, and
*\* warranted equal if not superior to those of any other ea-
’■•Wiilimeot. Those in want of any deacription of Carriages,
‘’"find it for their interest to examine the quality andpri-
‘•H of his assortment.
i^IFAIWNO, in nllthe different branches executed in the
y* 1 Banner, by experienced workmen, at less than former
i Carriage makers, will find a good assortment ofEiliptic
j’Bjt.Axeltrees.turned and boxed Dashes. Lamps, Banda.
Patent and Top Leather, Laces, Silk and worsted
Tassels, and almost every article required in their
(‘"vu. si Augusta prices.
JJjrch 1st. 1842. 92 tf J.W.BABCOCK.
r Fire Insurance.
p8E Undersigned. Agents for the ^tna Insurance
jj. Company of Hartford Conn., are prepared to take
It) “T 1 Buildings, Merchandize in Store and Cotton in
j j-’e-notues, in the City of Macon and iu vicinity, again.
MILLIXERY AXD FANCY
DR JESS slElKKVG.
M rs. iv. n. horbis
would respectfully announce
t» the Ladies of Macon and country
generally, that she is now opening,
on Colton Avenue, opposite Messrs.
Scot! tc Carhart, and next door to
the Messrs. Orrs, an entire new
Stock of the most Fashionable and
Latest Style of GOODS, adapted to
the above Business; all of which has been selected by one
of the best judges iu New York City. Great inducements
will be held out to purchasers foi CASH ; in consideration
of which, she solicits a share of public patronage.
N B.—Orders from Town or Country, thankfully receiv
ed and promptly attended to. Her motto will ever be—
“Promptness without delay, and punctuality with despatch.”
Macon, Nov 7.1843 9
ON COTTON AVENUE AND SECOND STREET,
UK.if Kit l.V
Ac, Arc. Ac.
OFFERS FOR SALE. AT VERY LOW PRICES
• >/1| | BAGS old Java. Rio, Cuba, and Lag-Bra Coffee}
OH If 85 hhds St. C roix and Porto Rico Sugars.
5 000 lbs. Standard Crushed and Double Loaf Sugar.
20 hbds Cuba Molasses,
30 boxes Castile, Fancy, and Variegated Soaps,
40 do Sperm and Hull’s Patent Candles,
30 do Colgate’s and 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, 1 jto 10 in. wide,
2.000 lbs. German Blistered and Cast Steel,
100 bags Patent Shot, 10 doz. Wilson's Coffee Mills,
20 doz. Halter Chains, 100 doz. superior Blacking,
20 do Shoe Brushes, 10 do Curry-Combs,
15 do Patent Razor Straps. - - - -
10.000 lb*. Hollow Ware, (assorted sizes.)
50 reams super Blue A White Ruled Letter & Cap Paper.
60 do Wrapping Paper,
500 boxes 1 able ‘ alt,
600 ps. superior Gunny and heavy Dundee Bagging,
1,000 lbs three-ply Bagging Twine,
10 boxes Couon and Wool Cards.
40 dozen Pails. Mats. Brooms, and Selves,
60 do Pen. Pocket, and Fancy Knives,
75 do Knives and Forks,
100 do Quilled Top. Side,and Dressing Combs,
20 boxes Imperial, Hyson. Pouchong and Souchong Teas,
Spices, of all kinds ; London Mustard; Indigo; Madder;
Copperas; Sal Aeratus; Salt Petre; Epsom Salts; Starch;
Scotch and Macaboy Snuff—together with an assortment of
HATS; CAPS, SADDLERY,
Bools and Shoes.
Macon, Nov 14, 1843. 7
T HE undersigned have associated themselves in the
practice of the Law, and will give prompt attention
such business as may be entrusted to tlieir care.
They will attend the following Courts: Bibb, Crawford,
Monroe. Twiggs, Jones, Wilkinson. Houston,Pulaski, Hen-
ry and Pike.* -
KIP OFFICE over E. B. Weed’s Store, two doors be
low W.B. Johnston, on Mulberry street.
A. P. POWERS.
L. N. WHITTLE.
Macon, March 26, 1844. 26
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
KP OFFICE over old Darien Bank.
Macon, March 26. 1844. 26
JOSEPH B. CLAPP,
Attorney at Law,
Vienna, Dooly county,
J. S. DEIST 2MARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
T HE undersigned having associated J. It. HOWELL
with him. their business wiil hereafter be continued
uuder the ntme ofG. E. Warren A Co.
G. L. WARREN.
April 9. 1844.28
OPENING FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE,
CRANE & CLARK’S.
rjpHE subscriber* of the People’s Store, are now making
JL extensive arrangements for offering to their customers
a eery extensive assortment ol* the best selection of Goods
for the coming season, that can be found in this market*, and
their facilities for making purchases are not behind those of
any of their cotemporatiei. Quick returns and small prof
its*, will be their mono, and therefore they offer every arti
cle in the Dry Goods line, at the lowest prices, or in other
words, though in many things they undersell, they are de
termined aot to be undersold. A mong the t;o ids they keep
on hand and are constantly receiving, may be found, besides
many others, the following:
FOR THE LADIES,
R eh Dreis Silk*, superfine printed Stripe,, Balzarines, Par-
is printed Satin and Lace, Muslins, rich French and English
Prints, black and blue black Bombazine. 4-4 sod 6-4 plain
and striped Mullins. 4 4 and 6 4 plain Muslins and Cam
brics. 4-4 and 6-4 Bishop Lawns; silk and cotton Hose, silk
and couon Gloves and Mius; Ladies Cravats, Bonnet Rib
bons. Flench Flowers, best Paris Kid Gloves; white and
black Lace Cardinals, rich Silk Shawls, black net Shawls,
cotton and Linen Birds eye Diaper,2.U00 yards Russia d<>.
at 12} cents per vard; 2.000 yda Negro atnpe Homespuns
at 12} CIS a yard; 500 bolts Georgia Nankeen; 10.000 yds
bleached ami brown Sheetings and 8hirtings; 2.000 yards
Irish Linen, from 37} to 81,25; pieces Earlston Gitignams
at 25 eta per yard; 25 do. at 33 and 37} cents; 50 doz. Lisle
Caps at 81 a dozen; 1800 boxea silver plated Hooks and
Eyes at 6} cents.
1’OK THE GENTLEMEN, ' J.' buold'siand opposite Shotwell’s' Drug Store, where
Single milled Cassimeres. ribbed and printed Gombroon*, he k , for |a | e
Linen Drills. Linen Checks, Check Ginghams. Gentlemen s u 0 „|,i c 1M 1 Single Barrel Shot GllIlS.
Scarfs, Cravats. Silk Gloves, 6cc. Ititips Pistole. ai»«l all OtllCr IcludS Of
Ladies’ Silk Umbrellas. Psrssols and Snnshades of the ’ -
most 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 re-
Store on Mulberry street under Washington 11*11.
CEANE dc CL Alt K..
April 2, 1844. 27
Cherry Street Bakery.
T HE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Ma.
con and vicinity, that be has opened n Baking Estab
lishment, opposite Tbomas Harrnld, on Cherry Street, he
respectfully soliciu a share of public patronage. Havings
professional Baker, he confidently assures those who inay
uatronize him, that his manufacture will be of superior
quality. JOHN T. HARBAUM.
Sept. 5. 48
fJIHE subscriber continues to carry on this business at
A LIKELY Negro girl, 20 years old, a good cook, wash
er and ironer. Inquire of
WM. D. GRIFFIN, East Macon.
Macon, March 26, 1844. 26 _
Brought to Jail,
«X f N Houston county. Ga. a Negro Fellow, aged
■yiV I about 35 years, who »ays his name is JE3br-.
VL and that he helongMo William Tsi'. of the Slate
of Alabama. In miles from Greenville. Said Be-
gro is about 5 feet 10 nr 11 inches high, and light built. He
says bia master’s plantation is on the Alabama river. The
owner is requested to eo-ie forward, prove property, pay
charset, and take him a-vay.
Jar.23, 1844 13 WM. HERRINGTON. ShiT.
T HE Partnership heretofore existing under the firm of
Powers & Johnston is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. Tho unfinished business will receive the at
tention of bothor cither of the pailners. ^ POWERS,
March 25. 1844.
REA & COTTON. Ag’ts
h OR -:-e Cure of Liver Complaint, Drspepsia. Ac.
Qt,f" ” J « by J. H. &;\\F. §. ELLIS.
allacon Iron J* Brass Foundry
AND MACHINE SHOP.
M ILL and Ginartring. Steam Engine Work, Iron
and Brass Casting’ of every description, made to
order.and Machine Work ^General, corner o r Fourth
and Walnut Streets. _
[O* Tbe highest prices will be paid for Old Coppei,
Brass, tend, and tlaatlfOH. _
Jan 31 17 ROBT. FINDLAY.
REPAIRING, of all kinds, and stocking Guns, done at
short notice—-also. Guns and Rifles altered to percussion
Feb. 20 21 P. ROUX.
O. W. & E. WOODRUFF,
H AVE just received, and are now opening, a fine as-
SPRING AND SUMMER
Consisting of Calicoes, Lawns and Muslins, Balzsrine
lins; French and Scotch Ginghams; Linen Lawns; Linen
Cambric Hdkfs; Irish Linens; Jaconet, Book, and Mull
Muslins; Check Muslins; Glaves and Hosiery, of every
kind and quality; „
3,000 yards Georgia Nankeens;
Brown aod'Bleaehed Linen Drills for Pants; Brown and
Bleached and Grass Linen; Brown and colored Cotton
Goods, for summer wear;
Palm Lear aud Leghorn Hals,
ef Men’s, Youths’ and Boys' sizes.
ALSO—A LARGE LOT OF
Sun Shades and Parasols;
All of which we will sell at a small advance from Cost.
Please call and see, at our Store, one door from Geo. W
price, on Second street.
March 12 84
J UST RECEIVED, a lot of Calf-Skins.a superior arti
cle, finished after tha French style.
Also, Northern SOLE-LEATHE R, SHOE-THREAD
SPAINTLES, Ac. _
Ja«9. 1844 15 OEO, W. PRICE.
T HE subscribers have received their stock of Summet
Clothing, comprising one of the most extensive and va
ried they have ever had on hand, and which will be sold at
extremely low prices. A call is iavited.
May 7 32 J. L. JONES & CO.
T HE subscriber would inform the citizens of Macon and
the public generally, that be has taken the stand known
as the old Post-Office, on Mulberry street, one door from
B. S. Newcomb & Co’s. Eating House and Bowling Alleys,
where be is prepared to do all kinds of work in tne above
business, in a superirstyle. Rifles made to order, and war
ranted. Double Guus restocked, and all kinds of repairing
done with despatch.
He has also on band, a few fine DOUBLE GUNS: Ri
fle POWDER of a superior quality; GUN POWDER;
SHOT, of all sizes; Baldwin’s Elastic GUN WADDING;
plain PERCUSSION CAPS; split and ribbed do; Walk-
e’’s best English Caps; POW’DER FLASK3; SHOT
POUCHES: and all articles usually kept in the line, which
will be sold low for cash. E. S. ROGERS.
Macon, Jan 30, 1844. 18
Vegetable Universal Medicines,
F OR sale by GEO.W.PRICE A COf
Mav 5 32
Exchange on New-York,
J^OR sale by THOS. TAYLOR.
GEO. I. SHEPARD,
Is receiving weekly additions to bis hitherto splendid stock of
HATS A1VD 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, be will afford his Goods at as tom, or perhaps
tower prices. Every style of HATS AND CAPS may
be found at his Store.
OF ALL KINDS,
DONE AT SHORT NOTICE, IN’ A NEAT STTXE, AND
on the most reasonable terms,
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
iHacon CJtovflfa iTclcflraiJfj,
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, LAW BLANKS, HANDBILLS.
HORSE BXX.X.S, X.ABEXJS,
Arc. &c. Arc.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
BC H 1* /Nk SB 9
Of use in this State, printed on fine paper, in legal form,
constantly kept on band, and for sale at very low prices.
Macon, June 1, 1843. 33
BEAVER, NUTRIA, CASSIRER, RUSSIA,
Mole-Skin, Angola, and Silk
Uol & W
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Otter, Shetland Seal, A’ntria, auil muskrat.
Men's and Youths’ Cloth and Velvet CAPS,
Gentlemen’s Navy Caps;
A LARGE LOT OF
Iffcn’s and Boys’ Black, and Drab
Together with an extensive Stock of
JTlen’s nml Boys’ Black and Drab
WOOL HATS, <fcC.
KT The attention of those in want of any articles in this
line, is respectfully invited.
Store on Second Street, a few doors above the Wash
ington Hall, and adjoining the Shoe Store of Messrs. Whi
ting & Mix.
Otter, Mink, mid Raccoon Skins,
for which the Cash will be paid.
Macon. Jan 30. 1844 18 GEO. I. SHEPARD.
WHOLESALE Al\U RETAIL.
GEO. .f. KE1IBERE Y,
R ESPECTFULLY informs his old customers and the
public generally, that he is now receiving from the
celebrated Hat Manufactory of John Hunt Jfc Co., a very
Bagging and Rope*
PIECES heavy Gunny Baggjng,
yUUlOO “ Kentucky do
50 " Uusia, do
200 “ Coils Monilla Rope,
500 lbs. Bageinp Twine.
For sale on reasonable terms by
CHAS. CAMPBELL ACo.
August 2 47
H & J. COWLES,
n AVE now on hand, at the Store formerly occupied by
Messrs. J B. Ross A Co., a genet al assortment of
Planters’ Supplies, consisting ol
HARDWARE, SHOES, Ac. Ac.
Macon, Oct 25, 1843 6
200 French worked Collars.
F INE Muslin and heavy work. As we bought them at
Autlinn in New York, we can sell them at~50 cents a
piece. Coll soon for bargains, at
CRANE A CLARK’S.
April 9, 1844. 28
Trace Chains, Anvils, Bellows
XfiTkpr. Trace Chains, 30 Anvils,
4H/V60 Vices, 20 pr. Blacksmith's Bellows.
150 Hand and Sledga Hammers,
40 double kaud Screw Plates, assorted,} to 1 inch.
40 Fifth Chains, 9,000 lbs. Hook Hinges.
100 sets Wagon Boxes, 300 lbs. Bagging Twine,
100 Tea Kettles. 100 Sauce Pans,
1,000 lbs Bar Lead, 20 dozen Knob Locks,
1 Iron Chest. ALSO,
A complete assortment of
Pen and Pocket Knives,
TABLE KNIYEsS & FORKS,
Just received and for sale by
Macon,Nov 14.18*3. 7 E. B. WEED.
extensive assortment of
HATS AND CAPS,
embracing every style and quality. Among his assortment
may be found'
10 do*, fashionable Beaver Hats,
20 doz. do Cassimere Hats,
10 doz. do llnssia Hats,
20 doz. do Moleskin Hats
1 doz. Angola Silk Hats.
ONE HUNDRED DOZEN
Beaver, JYutria and Russia
warranted more durable han any Hats ever sold
in Macon. Also,
50 dux. Youth’s and Children's Hats,
20 doz. do. do. Caps.
20 doz. black and drab Sporting Hats,
Together with a general assortment of
CON SIS TING IN PAR T OF
3 doz. PBE.MIU.M OTTER CAPS,
5 dt z. Sea Otter Caps,
5 doz. Super Nutria Caps,
20 doz. do. Muskrat Caps,
50 doz. Men's and Boys' Seal Caps,
50 doz. do. * do. Sealette Caps. .
200 doz» Men’s and Boys’ Black and
All of which will be sold for Cash, at prices which can
not fail to give satisfaction.
Purchasers are invited to call and examine at the old
stand, &i£;n of the M 1110 HAT/' Mulberry Street.
Beaver, Otlcr, Mink, Coon Skins,
JTJEH, for which the cash will be paid.
Macon. Oct 17.1613. 3
NEW BOOK STORE
OX BIITO.V AVENUEi
Two doors abavc.llrun.JT. H. Jk IV. J*. EiLlRi
DRI G STORE.
H AVING MOVfeD to the above Stand, offers to t! a
public, a large Stock of
BLANK BOOKS, &c. &c.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Family and Pocket Bibles, Prayer aud 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, Base Primmer, Dictionary of Musical
. fi’erms, df-c. $c.
Blank Books of every dcscilptioh, Const Re
cord, and Docket Books, various sizes.
Ledgers, Journals and Dav Books: Invoice, Re
cord, Letter. Bill and Receipt Books ; In
dexes. for Ledgers, Pocket Memoran
dums & Pocket Lkd-jers, Ac. fte.
J. B. would respectfully invite teachers and others wl o
may want SCHOOL BOOKS, to call and examine his stock
which will be sold at the lowest possible prices, For Cash-
wholeaale and retail.
He also receives as soon as published all the new works
from the Harper’s and other publishing houses in Niw
York. Boston and Philadelphia, embracing all the die ip,
and fashionable literature of the day, which be sells at New
Constantly on hand a slock of LAW BLANKS, primed
on the best foolscap paper.
Macon, Oct. 4,1843. 2
NEW HOOTS & SHOES,
Just Received on Second Street.
T HE undersigned would inform thair
friends and the public generally, that
they bare received a large assortment of
GENTS. FINE BOOTS and SHOES;
with a full supply of low priced SEWED
and PEG BOOTS, and SHOES. Also. Ladies’ SHOES
of all kinds and qualities, with a full supply of MISSES' be.
CHILDREN’S SHOES, which they would invite all those
that are in want of ar.y of ihr above articles to come and
amine our assortment, confident that both quality and price
will be made satisfactory.
. - WHITING & MIX.
Macon, April 9, 1844. 28
NEW BOOTS AND SHOES.
T HE subscribers have received, du
ring the last two weeks, and ara
constantly receiving, s large, new and » ell
selected stock of BOOTS and 6HOE8,
of all descriptions—which the offer at
wholesale and retail, at very moderate prices. They invite
all those who wish to purchase, to give them a call, and they
will endeavor to suit in price and quality.
Also, kept constantly oh hand. Soal Leather, Cslf Skin*.
Linings. Lasts, Thread. Shoe Pegs, and ull other articles
used in manufacturing Boots and Shoes.
At the old stand, sign of the Big 8oot, Mulberry street.
Macon, May 7, 1844. 32 STRONG & WOOD.
GRAVES, WOOD & CO.
R ESPECTFULLY invite the attention of Merchants
and Planters to theii Sto.ck of
| 00Q LBS. Bee’s Wax, by
JAMES W. BAILEY, Druggist.
Two doors above Boardman’s Bonk btoro.
r I 'HE undersigned have commenced the a-
I bove. in connection with their CLOTH
ING BUSINESS, and are prepared to man
ufacture Clothing, of every kina, in the latest
style, and at the shortest notice. The exclu
sive mention of one of.the firm, will be given
to this branch of their Business, and whose
experience, they believe, will enable them to
give entire satisfaction. T)iey will at all times
nave in their employ the best workmen; and
will be supplied from New York and Phila
delphia, with whatever may be of interest to the fashiona- _ — .
ble world. The patronage of the public is tcpeetfully so- Together with several new sly'.es of Gentlemen s Clot*
lie:ted- " J. be E. SAULSBURY. ' Caps. Navy Caps, tc. Just received and forsale by
For Sale at Bailey’s Drug Store,
1 |\|| boxes Window Glass. 300 kegs White Lead,
IvfH 300 gallons Linseed Oil, 5 bbls. Spirit Turpentine,
2 bbN. Copal Varnish, ldo. Japan do-
3CjD gallons Lamp Oil, 200 gallons Train Oil,
100 gallons Neatsfoot Oil.
Msv 14, 1344. 33
Ladies’ Riding Caps,
O F suDerior qsality. and a variety ef patterns—to which
the attention of the Ladies is particularly incited.
Macee, Pee IS, 1843
April 30 31
GEO. J. SHEPARP.
HARDWARE, SHOES, &c.
now in store, and to which constant additions of fresh goods
will be added during the season, rendering their assortment
at all times very complete, and which will be sold low foi-
cash, dr to good fcustomers.
The follo'winggoods maybe found in their assortmeni:
5 Bales Ticking,
10 “ Osnahurga.
k 30 “ Sheetings and Shirting*;
4 Cases Bleached do do
1000 Pieces English and American Printa,
50 - Scotch and Earlston Ginghams,
5 Bales Stripes and Checks,
5 •• 3-4, 4-4. and 5-4 Power Loom Shirting)
130 Pieces Piaid Jaconets and Swiss Muslins.
50 “ Muslins ana Lawns,
50 " Ky. Jeans andSattinetts.
300 “ Nankeen,
25 “ Brown Linens,
25 “ Irish do.
150 Doz. Head Hdkfs.
BOO •• Flaeg do.
25 Pieces Silk do.
Fancy Hdkfs. and Shawla;
150 Doz. Hosiery (assorted)
50 “ Gloves do.
50 “ Suspendera,
600 ■» Spool Thread,
100 lbs. Black and colored Linen Thread,
200 ■ Turkev Cotton,
Col’d Cambrics. Vestings, Ribbons, Tapes, Cords)
Sewing Silks, Ac., Ac.
100 Cases Men’s, Women’s and Children’s Shoes,
15 “ Bonnets (all kinds)
COO Doz. Palm Leaf Hats (all kinds)
200 Reams Letter, Foolscap, and Wrapping Paper,
2 Casks Sad Irons, 1 cask Curry Combs,
6 “ C. S. and Carolina Hoes, 2 do Traces,
Wagon Boxes. Fry Pans, Sauce Pans,
Tea Kettles, Knives and Folks,
Pocket and Card Knives,
Pad Locks, Plate Locks,
Butt Hinges and Screws, 200 lbs. Pins.
Buttons and Combs of every description.
Percussion Caps. Spoons. Ac Ac.,
25 Hhds. P. R., S. C. and N. O. Sugars,
Bbls. Pulverized and Crushed Sugar,
. Boxes White Havanna do.
Bbls Loaf and Trinidad do.
400 Begs Rio and Java Coffee,
10 Chests Fresh Teas.
30 Tons Iron. Flat, Round, and Square (all sizes)
Cast. German and Blister Steel,
Anvils, Vices and Bellows,
40,000 lbs. Castings,
250 Kegs Nails and Brads,
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
200 Bags Shot,
2000 lbs. Bar Lead,
tKega Powder, Canister de.
50 Boxes Soap,
King A Collins’ Axes.
Cotton Cards, No. 9 and ID.
20 Bbls. Copperas.
20 " Tinner’s Oil,
10 “ Vinegar.
9 Cecoops Indigo.Sal'Erstis,
Epsom Salts, Madder, Ginger.
Pepper,'Spice. Nutmegs. Cloves.
Cassia, Camphor, Brimatone, ’
Blue Stone. :*alt Petre,
Paints, Oils, Glass. Putty,
Sperm Oil, Ac., Ac.
2000 Sacks 6alt,
50.900 lbs. Bacon,
10 Tons Grindstones.
Macon, March 26. 184*-
h. Sc ~
H AVE jaFt received, '• J*re»h
Canal Floyr, ' A Principe Seg2?|,
.Kew Buckwheat, is kalf and^erter bAtuli,
Bagcin^, Sagsr* CoSse, 48*
Macoo, Nov 63 - 8