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AND Tj SU tfbCRIBER, is receiving Urge additionsto bis 1 nock of CO IClIt **. OMItlOTl l ft, BAnOtJCHES, Iti *;«; * s:.". WAOOXS, Ac. from tome ofthe beat Northern Manafaetonas, which were made expressly for this market, of the beat materials, and tre warrant? ! equal if oolsuperior to those of any other ea* tablishment. Those in want of any description of Carnages, will find itfor their interrstto examine the quality and pro jrrlrofaiJij, dto every Tuesday morning. M. B1UTLETT. - n n*ildin~, corner Colton Avenue and TERMS OE SUB5CK11‘TION 1 id m advance, will pay for the Tel- rfl] •.ill tire l»oIlnrs, paid in adv ’l'rn Oollnrs, paid in adv tonths after the l»D FIFTY Cl.VT ear has com- Holla * ye aft an ijive years. *.T*Si w>‘t ^Strged. If not pa.a nr.t.l the en ^--i" Ks par annum will oe chMged-wirh interest mere ‘a'Vsper will be discontinued until all arrearages are IS^sasaasa5*.is. J. : r 5 , to Subscribera. 61 cents eseb-v IW" TERMS or ADVERTISING: mrritTlsKMENTS not exceeding Hlimis.'wfflbeinserted SSSoSK DOLLAR; and fifty cents for each |l\,eqaent insertior I TIACOA, GEORGIA, TUESDAY RORAIAG, JULY 2, 1844. AO 40. C o in mission Business. take tins method of informing our friends and the public generally, that we are atill connected in the \t in c-Ilon.c nml ConnniH.ion Runiiieaa, which :d at the stand occupied by us the past ry-street near Cotton Avenue.) For the p-county friends, we are building a tho «*av 11 to 1. 1 nuuoji, nearly adji.ining Col. Parker’s t^ore. on n y .ll aioS«s fa Advertising. 1 whioh be mulcted by the first of Sep Jutcn. Interest will be ch gVX? Collectors’ and Coroners Sales, are char- will be conductec ^ aI’tY™ . , season, (on Cherrys.. H A,, 0 nable deduction will be made to thoae who adver- convenience of onr ut X teaaonamcocu SCALE, ryear. • Letters on tout paid, to — J, when not aettled within terober. Wede ire to return our thanks, for the liberal patronage ' IV,,. Job printing, Blanks, A-c >c f3J [ bestowed on ns heretofore; and trust that,by our exertions Crc I n.inesj connected wi*h the Office, must r °^lii ,e ir Hf( est ° rour patrons, to merit its continuance. ,§ on 1 ’ .'„, ;1! ; 1>n . We will be prepared to make the cu.-totnary Advances on <toltoii,fill Orders, and attend to such busines- as may be confided to ua by our friends, on as favorable terms aa will be done by any other regular House in this place. HAMILTON ft WINK. .Macon, July 1, 1843. <1 WASHINGTON HALL Itienn. June HACOlf, GEORGIA. ^ T H E subscriber has again taken this Estab liskmenl. where he wifi always be hap pv to attend to the calls of his old customers, and the travelling public generally. 20 38 8 LANIER. CENTRAL HOTEL. Macon, Geo. I rpllf subscriber having become the Pro I well known establishment, respectful! Joro«f» of the public. Tile house has _ F iiaieJ and renovated; tbo rooms replenished with clean 'f~L ,„j suitable furniture, and the whole interior of the Ixtblisfcment adapted to the comfort of his guests. That | *, domes tic economy ofthe House will be such as to grati- ri de most fastidious, he has but toinf-rm the public, that • bus enpteed •* general Superintendents, WM. SHI VERS. JUNR. AND LADY, whose career as Manners ■fi Tsvetn in Sparta, for nine years, has commended him l . J „f.vor.ble»otic,oftbouavellin^public. HoMAg Sept-1? The undersigned having disposed of his proprietorship I 'j ibe Central Mr. W. G. Thomas, from his knowl- iimof him, and the well known capacity of Mr. aud Mrs. Shivers. in the management of a Public House, can with •nfidence. recommend the Central Hotel to the patronage | rfkis friends and the put; »- 8IJIS Sept. 19 M r.fSH/O.V.JBL E HAT AND CAP ESTABEISll.VlEAT. WARE-HOUSE Commission Business. r |vHE subscribers beg leave to inform heir friends, and I the public in general, that they have connected them* ■elves ito'odier in the above business, under the firm of GOIt.lI.4iV A ItlCJHAltl>SO.\, and are now erecting a large and convenient WARE HOUSE, near Colton Avenue, on Poplar street. The ! location is dry and elevated, and unencumbered with old buildings and the usnal liabilities offi e, and will be com pleted, and ready for busmess, by the first of September. n « nt! . rel y They confidently asturethe public, that any business con- signed to their care, will be faithfully and prrmptlyexecu- MARIETTA HOTEL Cobb County, GEORGIA. T HE undersigned have taken this apscioua tlotei, tor- merly kept by BENSON Robkbts. Esq., and are now rttdv for the reception of Travellers and Families visiting :be up-coontrv. .... The subscribers pledge themselves to nse every exertion f „th.comfortoftheirp.tron.^ HoMAg b JEREMIAH LEAK. Uirietu. Jan. 1,1644. 27 BACON! BACON!! oft itiui LBS Georgia Cured BACON, mf.UUJ 20,000 lbs. do do HAMS. ALSO. leaf ‘*aD.r«..i. [ bj R#Y April 2 27 4m Cotton Avenue, Macon, Ga. Relying on th e honesty of purpose and the long t stablish- ed confidence of these who know ua, we feel no hesitancy in looking for a liberal share of public patronage. THOMAS B. GORMAN, JAMES RICHARDSON. Macon, July 4, 1843. 41 CHRISTMAS IS COMING, AND SO AM I, AND OLD SANDY-CLAWS CLOSE BY, LOADED WITH ALL THE LUXURIES OF LIFE, DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac. To Phyticiana and Planter § t T HE subscriber is now receiving every week, fresh supi plies of M EDIC1NE8. which are very carefully se* j lectea for him in the Northern markets; and having adopt ed the CASH SYSTEM entirely, is enabled to sell at very reduced prices. Physicians and others, having opportuni ties of sending to him, may rely upon having their orders ex ecuted upon the most favorable ienn6. The quality of the articles will be the very best, and the prices as low as if they amended personally to the purchase of them HARVEY SHOTWELL, May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hotel. Galli^hap’s Pills. V FEW (ralligiian’a Till*, an infallible remedy for Chille and Fever, just received and far safe by HARVEY SHOT WELL, May 14 33 Corner opposite the Centra! Hotel. Camp Oil. \ BEAUTIFUL article of Bleached Sperm Oil, for 9alc by HARVEY SHOTWELL. May 14 33 Potash, F IRST quality, for sola low by May 14 33 HARVEY SHOTWELL. WARE-HOUSE Commission Business. rflHE undersigned still continues to occupy the WARE. 4 HOUSE on the corner of Second and Poplar streets. He offer, hi. service, in the various branches ofthe Ware* House Hint Commission Buniaww, and respectful ly solicit, the patronage of hia friends and the public gener ally ; trusting that, by his unremitting efforts, be shall be able to meet tbe wishes of those who may honor bim with their—and expresses a feelingcfgratitude to bis friends for their liberal patronage. JOHN M. FIELD. Macon, July 1. 1843. 41 Itcfcrcnce—Col. Wm. H. Reynolds, ? Mai James H. IlarJaway, S Messrs. Rea & Cotton, ) Joshua G. Moore, J Bryant Bateman. ) Houston. Stephen Csstelow, \ Houston. William Moseley, Henry. W. C. Cleaveland. Cravefori. ... ut* INDIAN SPRING. rnllE subscriber most respectfully informs the public, 1 that he h.s t.ken possession of the well known Hotel lithe Indian Spring, lately occupied Hy Col. H. Dillon — There are so manv living witnesses, who cm bear tejtuno- SV to the wonderful benefits derived from tbe nse of these unequalled waters that it is useless to speak of them here. He enures alt who are disposed to visit hmi. that nc efforts •hall be wanting to provide all such luxuries as will tend to their comfort; sn«l to afford them all such means of amuse Bent as will enable them to drive “ dull care away," and d»m their iim« in pleasure. O* GAMING if ftricily forbidden. ^ J BRYAN W. COLLIER. Indian Spring, Butts co. March 26,1844. 26 tO GGOI.OGICAI. DEPART3IKKT,? MtLLEiiGEVILLE. NuV. 3, 1839. } Snalysis of the Water of the Imltan Spring, Bolts County, Georgia. Quantity, one pint, (wine measure.) or 29,875 cubic inches. Preliminaries for a correct Analyst* of this Spring. Harofueiei 29.54 inches. Temperature of the Atmosphere,-- .... .63 deg. Farenhett. Temperature of ilte Water. 46 do do 8peri6c Gravity 1,142, that of distilled water being 1,000. CASSES. Arctic Gas cubic inches. Carbonic Acid Gas 1.000 do Sulphuretted Hydrogen..............3.5 do SALINE CONTENTS. Carbonate of Magnesia, 1.982 grains. Sulphate of Magnesia, ...71,529 do Su'phate of Lime,.... 152 do lialphiie of Potash,....'... 3,415 do Total of Saline contents.........84.077 JOHN RUGGLE3 COTTING, State Geologist of Georgia. CAGtiiAOBi REXPOSITORY, Os Mulberry Street,Nzartiif. MethodistChurch WARii-SOUSE Commission Business. VSTF. shall continue tbe Ware House and Commission 1 V Business, the ensuing season, at our old aland, on the corner of Cherry and Second Streets, In offering our services again 10 ibe public, we have no pledgee to make—believing that our past conduct will be a sufficient guarantee for ute faithful performance of the truat that may be hereafter confided 10 ns. We will at all times be prepared to make liberal Ad vances on Cotton, in store, or on shipments made to oar Agents iu Savaunalt, Charleairn or New York. Agents to oa jj. W . QUNN A CO. Tbe subscribers intend Dry-Goods. Cotton B: kinds; which they will ■rs, upon as g ood terms as any house lt^Mac-fi. 1 intend keeping on hand, a full supply of n Bagging, and Family Groceries, of all will be glad tn furnish to their custom- Aug.22 D. A W. GUNN. 47 OF CHEAP Ai\'D DESIRABLE from tome mide expressly are warranted equal tablishment. Those in will find itfor cesof his assortment. ,. . Rkpairivg, in nil the different branches executed in the best manner, by experienced workmen at less than former ^Carriage makers, will find a good assortment of Elliptic Snrine-.Axeltrees.turnedand boxed Dashes. Lamps,Banda. ’K ioba, ratentand Top Leather, Laces. Silk and worsted Fringe, Tassela. and almost every article required iu their 'business, at Aagosta prices. March 1st. 1842. 22 tf .1. W.BABCOCK. Fire Insurance. ideraigned. Agents for the Aitna Tnsuranc* i,v of Hartford Conn., are prepared to take risks or, Buildings, Merchandise in Store and Cotton in Warc-houscs, in the Citv of Macon and itaviemity, againa Tire. REA & COTTON. Ag’ts Feb 7 23 !y 0PE.\L\C FUR THE SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE, AT CRAA’E sfc CLARK’S. ryUIE aubacribera ofthe People’s Store, are now making 1 extensive arrangements for offering to tbeir customers q very extensive assortment ot 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 anv of their coteroporaties. Quirk returns and small prof- its. will be itieii motto, and therefore they offer every arti- cle in the Dry Go< Js line, at tbe lowest prices, or in other words, though it. many ihiogi they undersell, they are de- terminei) not to be unaersola. Among the <»o.K3s they keep •lit hand and are constantly receiving, may be found, besides many others, the following : FOR THE LADIES, Rich Dress Silks, snperfine printed Stripes, Balxarines, Par is printed Satin and Lace, Muslins, rich French and English Prints, black and blue hlack Bombaxine, 4-4 and G-4 plain and striped Muslins, 4-4 and C 4 plain Muslins and Cam brics. 4-4 and 6-4 Bishop Lawns; silk snd cotton Hose, silk aud cotton Gloves and Mitts; Ladies Cravats. Bonnet Rib bons, French Floweri. be:! Paris Kid Gloves; white and black Lace Cardinals, rich Silk Shawls, black net Shawls, cotton and Linen Birds eye Diaper. 2.U00 yard* Russia do. at 121 cents per yard; 2.000 yds Negro stripe Homespuns at 121 cts a yard; 500 bolts Georgis Nankeen; 10,000 yds bleached and brown Sheetings and Shirtings; 2.000 yards Irish Linens from 37J to S1.25; pieces Earlstnn Ginghams at 25 cts per vnrd; 25 do. at 33 and 37J cents; 50 dnx. Lisle Caps at Si a dozen; 1800 boxes silver plated Hooks and Eyes at 61 cents. FOR THE GElATLEillEIV, Single milled Csssimerea, ribbed and printed Gambroons. tOCCUES, Linen Drills. Linen Checks,Check Ginghams. Gentlemen’s A. c. Scarfs, Cravats. Silk Gloves. &e. which were Ladies’ Silk Umbrellas. Parasols and Sunshades of the best materials, and | ntoit choice patterns, from 75 cents to S3. other Cf- I 50 pieces Gimp with every variety of >bade and color. 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 tbe Mind, and will now distribute Food that will please the taste and invigorate tbe Body. I have opened a FAMILY GROCERY STORE, AT MY OM> STAND, Where everything of the best quality in that line, may be found. I will receive every night by Ball’s Express, all kinds of Fresh Fish, OYSTERS, Oranges, Banannas, Apples, Lemons, Fine Apples, Ac. Ac. And to mv country friends, I will say, that I wifi make the most liberal exchanges with you, for all kinds of COUN TRY PRODUCE- KJ*Do not forget tonsil at my Store, on Mulberry street, two doors South of the Washington Hall, where you can buy a good many Goods fora little money. i.Feb.2-’ ‘ Macon, • 27th. 1844. A. ELL8. MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, AND J9 ft JESS ellslXUTJYG. M rs. w.n. morris would respectfully announce to the Ladies of Macon and country generally, that she is now opening, on Cotton Avenue, opposite Messrj. Scott 4c Carhart. and next door to the Messrs. Orrs, an ENTIRE new Stock ofthe most Fashionable and Latest Styln of GOODS, adapted to the above Business; all of which has been selected by one ofthe best judges in New York City. Great inducements will be held outto purchasers fot GASH ; in consideration of wbicb, 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 P BOOK STORE ON COTTON AVENUE, Two doors abovcM^MTs. J. II. <Sc IV. 8* ELLY8 } DRUG AXOJBJB. J. BARNES, n AVIK-G MOVED to the above »Stand f offers to t>e public, a large Stock nf BOOKS, STniTlOJYeimr, BLANK BOOKS, &c. Ac. CHEAP FOR CASH. Family and Pocket Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books, of every kiud 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 Perms, <fcc. See. KHnnU Book* of every dei>cription, Cent 4 Re cord, nml Docket Books, vnrion» sizes. Ledgeus, Journals and Dat Books: Invoice. Re cord. Letter. Bill and Receipt Books ; Is- dexes. for Ledgers. Pocket Memoran dums 4c Pocket Ledgers, &r.. \e. J. B. would respectfully invite teachers and others who may want SCHOOL BOOKS, to call and examine his stock which will be sold at tbe lowest possible prices. For Cash- wholesale and retail. He also receives as soon as published all tbe new works from the Harper’s and other publishing houses tr. New York. Boston and Philadelphia, embracing all the cheap, and fashionable literature ofthe day, which be sells at New York prices. Constantly on hand a stock of LAW BLANKS, primed on the best foolscap paper. Macon. Oct-4.1843. 2 GEO. I. SHEPARD, Is receiving weekly additions to his hitherto splendid stock of HATS AND CAPS, DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTORY. He is now prepared to offer tusr INDUCEMENTS to city and country purchasers. Possessing advantages excelled by no Hat Establishment in the .State, he will afford his Goods at r/s totr, or perhaps loicer prices. Every style of HATS AND CAPS may be found at I113 Store. AMONG THEM— FASHIONABLE, MEDIUM, AND Carpenters’s an<i Sands’ Sarsa parilla, F OR sale at the proprietors’ prices, bv HARVEY SHOTWELL, i May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hotel. llaliatt’s Pills and Bitters, F OR sale at the proprietor’s prices, bv HARVEY SHOTWELL. May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hotel. Liiisecfl Oil and Train Oil, 1 71 OR sale low by HARVEY SHOTWELL. May 14 Corner opposite the Central Hotel. Sal Eratus, F superior quality, just received and for sale by May 14 ” HARVEY SHOTWELL. 3000 Hams. Oh / how sirecl. Also. 3000 lbs. Lard, do* March 26. 1844. 06 Faints and Gils. K.FG5 Xos.l and 2 White Lead, J 300 gallons Linseed Oil, 200 do Lamp Oil, With a variety of Colors for Fainters’upo, for 3 nls by Julv 6 '40 CI1AS. CAMPBELL Jc CO Law Notice. T 4HE underaigned have associated themselves in the practice of the Law, and will give prompt attention to I such business as tnay be entrusted to their care. They will attend the following Courts: Bibb, Crawford Monroe. Twiggs, Jones, Wilkinson, Houston, Pulaaki, Hen xy and Pike. K5 3 OFFICE over E. B. Weed’s Store, two doors be low W. B. Johnston, oil Mulherry street. A. P. POWERS. L. N. WHITTLE. Macon, March 26, 1644. 26 ZV£. JOHNSTON, ATTORNEY AT RAW, MACON, GA. KIF* OFFICE over old Darien Bank. Macon. March 26. 1844. 26 JOSEFS B. CLAPP, Attorney at Lair, Vienna, Dooly county, May 10 32 Georgia. J. S. HENNAHZ), ATTORNEY AT I,AW, PERRY. GEO. Bagging: and Rope. fkrVYk PIECES heavy Gunny Bagging, 100 “ Kentucky do 50 " Rusia, do £00 *■ Coils Monilla Rope, 500 lbs. Buecinp Twine. For tale on >.«■ by CHA3. CAMPBELL 4cCo. August 2 47 H. & J. COWLES, n AVE now on hand, atlhe Store formerly occupied by Messrs. J B. Ross 4c Co., a genetal assortment of Planters’ Supplies, consisting ol GROCERIES, STAPLE DRY-GOODS, HARDWARE, SHOES, Ac. Ac. Macon. Oct 25.1843 6 GUN SMITH BUSINESS. rTHIE subscriber continues to carry on this business at JL bis old stand opposite Shotwell’s Drug Store, where he keeps for sale Double »»<1 Single Bartel Shot Guns, Rifles, Pistols, and all other kinds of Spot ti>>u Appatafus. REPAIRING, of all kinds, and stocking Guns, done at short t.otice—also, Guns and Rifles altered to percussion locks. Feb. 20 21 P. ROUX. NEW GOODS. G. W. & E. WOODRUFF, TTAVE just received, and are now opening, a fina as- JL JL sorunent of SPRING AND SUMMER T\ ' ! .VV7 COOFCS ATMTI-3ILIOUS PILLS, r at OR ibe Cure of Liver Complaint. l>v .peps a. 4ce. ' For sale by J. H. A W. S. ELLI; Oct 3i :2ft V s Ladies* Rifling Caps, O F auDerinr quality, and n variety of patterns—to which lha attention of the Lndies is pa -ocularly invited. Together with sevenl new styles of Gentlemen's Cloth Capa. Navy Caps, 4:e. Just received nnd for sale hv April30 3! GEO. I. SHEPARD. Fire Insurance. f t PITA I. !*.i©0,000. I t HU Nc to York Contrihvtinnshi p Fire Insurance Company, bariacestablished an Agency in Macon, •ill Insure Building.. Merchandize, Ho sehnld Furniture and every descriptbn fifPi'mertv. against Is>s* or Dam- H» Fire. BOND ■Macon, April 30.1844. New Good, received every week; any article not found f kind and quality; Consisting of Cslicoes, Lawns and Muslins. Balzarine Mus lins; French and Scotch Ginghams; Linen Lawns; Linen Cambric Hdkfs; Irish Linens; Jaconet, Book, aud Mull Muslins; Check iluslins; Gl.ves nnd Hosiery, of every as represented, may be returned, and llie price will be re store on Mulberry street under Washington Hall. J CRANE 4c CLARK. April 2, 1844. £7 SnitII'nnd Tobacco. \TACABOY. Scotch, and American Gentleman Snuff, ill of superior qoality. Smoking nnd Chewing Tobacco. Jn.r received and lor sale by H. SHOTWELL. June 4. ie44. 36 Brought to Jail, •a jr YN Houston county, Ga. a Negro Fellow.aeed Tf 3 J[ about 35 year*, who snvs his name is JESaE. vL and that he belongs tn William Tail, of the State y** of Alabama, lr> miles from Greecvdle. Said Ne- gTn is about 5 fee t 10 or It inches high, and light built. He say. hi. master's plantation is on the Alabama river, the owner ii reqae-trd to come forward, prove property, pay charefv and like him away. Jar.23. 1844 13 WM. HERRINGTON. Shff. 3,000 yards Georgia Nankeens; Brown and Bleached Linen Drills for Pauls; Brown and Bleached and Grass Linen; Brown and colored Cotton Goods, for summer Palm Lear and Leghorn Hats, of Men’s, Youths’ and Bovs' 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 door from Geo. W Prire. on Second street. March 12 ^4 Dissolution. fYUlE Partnership heretofore existing underthe firm of 1 Powers ft Johnsti tuul consent. Tbe unfinis 1 is tbii t-d bi di-solved by mu- ess* will receive the at tention of both or either of the partners. A. P. POWERS. M: JOHNSTON. March £5 1944. MURDOCK, Agents. 31 tv mu., Lime I I l O ofbest Northern Lime April 9, 1844. me! For sale hv WM A CHERRY. 23 .Huron Iron J* Brass Foundry AIVD JIACHIIVE SHOP. M ILL and Gin (leering. Steam Engine Work, Iron and Bros* Casting* af every de-cription, made to der. and Machine Work inJGenersl, corner o c Fourth and Walnut Streets- The highest prices will be paid for Old Coppei, Bran, Lend, and I'nsllroa Jan 31 17 ROBT. FINDLAY. caiTf-skijs J UST RECEIVED, a lot of Calf-Skins, a superior arti cle, tiniebed after the Fre- t h sijlc- Al*n, Northern SOLE LEATHE H, SHOE-THREAD SPAINTLEa, &c. ___ — vdtcF Jan9, 1844 15 GEO, W. TRICK. GUN-SMITHING. r«VHE subscriber would inform the citizens ofMaconand 1 the public generally, that be lias taken the stand known as the old Post-Office, on Mulberry street, one door from B. s. Newcomb ft Co's. Eating House and Bowling Alleys, where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in the aoove business,in a superirstyle. Rifles made toorder.and war ranted. Double Guns restocked, and all kinda of repairing done with despatch. He has also on hand, a few fine DOUBLE GLNS ; Ri fle POWDER of a superior quality ; GUN POWDER; SHOT, of all sizes; Baldwin’s Elastic GUN WADDING; plain PERCUSSION CAPS: .olit..nd ribbed do; Walk- e-’s best English Caps; POWDER FLASK. 1 *; 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 H. & J. COWLES, H AVE just teceiveJ, Fresh Mackerel. Canal'Flour. Regala ft Segar*, New Buckwheat, in half and quarter bnrtels, Together with Bnesinff. Sugar, Coffee, Ac. Ac. Macon. Nov 29 9 BACON! BACON!! r\s* /lit/l LBS. superior Georgia Cured BACON— 550.UUU H&tra. Shoulders, and Sidea. for tale by MayY 34 REDDING ft WHITEHEAD 300 French worked Collars. F INE Muslin and heavy work. As we bought them at Aurtion in New York, we can sell them at 50 cents a piece. Call soon for bargains, at CRANE & CLARK’S. April 9. 1844. 28 Trace Chains, Anvils, Bellows and Vices. A pr. Trace Chains, 30 Anvils, GO Yicft*. 20 pr. Blacksmith’* Bellows. 150 Hand and $!edge Hammers, 40 double hand Screw Plates,assorted,} to 1 inch, 40 Fifth Chains, 2,000 lb«. Hook Hinges, 100 sets Wagon Boxes, 300 lbs. Baeging Twine, 100 Tea Kettles, 100 Sauce Pans, 1,000 lbs Bar Lead, 20 dozen Knob Locks, I Iron Chest. ALSO, A complete assortment of Pen and Pocket Knives, AND TABLE KNIVES & FORKS, Just received and for sale by Macon.Nov 14. ifi43. 7 E. B. WEED. ,, NUTRIA, Mole-Skin, Angola, and Silk ALSO, A FINE ASSORTMENT OF ACT'YCjrJOt- CONSISTING OF Ouer, Shetland Seal, Nutria, aud iltHiltrol. ALSO. Men’s and Youths’ Cloth and Velvet CAPS, FRESH DRUGS A AID MEDICINES. C IONTINUED supplies of J the best quality ot* the a* bore articles, suitable for Phy sicians. Merchants, and Fami lies, received and for sale by J. II. A W.” 8. ELLIS. Cotton Av e, Macon, Ga. Do do Hair Seal do Do do Sealette do Do do % Glazed do Gentlemen’s IVavy Caps; A LARGE LOT OF Men’s and Boys’ Black and Drab S PORTING HATS; Together with an extensive Stock of Men’s and Boys’ Black and Drab WOOL HATS, «&C. UU* The attention of those in want of any articles in this line, is respectfully itNited. Store oil Second Street, a few doors above the Wash ington Hall, and adjoining the Shoe Store of Messrs. Whi ting ft Mix. Otter, mink, and Raccoon Skins, for which the Cash will be paid. Macon. Jan .10.1844 18 GEO. I. SHEPARD. WHOLliS.tiTi, a;i ix nr XAii. GEO. ,<t. KI.1IBERE 1*, R ESPECTFULLY informs his old customers and the public generally, that lie is now receiving from the celebrated Hat Manufactory of John Hunt Jc Co., a very extensive assortment of HATS AND CAPS, embracing every style and quality. Among his assortment may be found 10 doz. fashionable Beaver Hats, 20 doz. do Cassimere Hats, 10 doz. do Russia Hats, 20 doz. do Moleskin Hats 1 doz. Angola Silk Hats. ALSO. ONE IlUiXDltLD DOZE1V JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY H. SHOTWELL, B ALM of Columbia, for Restoring tlie Heir; Rtvwand'* Tonic Mixture, a certain cure for Ague arid Fever ; Bristol’s Sarsaparilla, for Scrofula, Cutaneous Disease?, nnd for all impurities ef the blood ; Evans’ Chamomile Pills, for Nervous Debility, Sick Headache and loss of appetite ; Soothing Syrup, for Children Teething; Hews’ Nerve and Bone Linament, a certain remedy for Rheumatism ; Ma cassar Oil, celebrated for beautifying and preserving the Hair; Thompson’s Eve-Water; Scudder’s Eye-Water; 5cudder*s Acoustic Oil, for Deafness-; Erosive Powder, for removing stains, grease. &.C., from Dresses; Corral Tooth Powder, in Boxes; Roussel 1*8 Shoving Cream, n ve ry superior article ; Lee’s Pills; Bear’s Oil ; Corn Salve; Phelps’ Tomatto Pills; Solidified Cupaiva; Extract Buch er; Ewens’a Patent Spread Plasters; Cooper’s Corn Salve ; Seidlitz Powders, pure; Soda Powders ; Yeast Pow ders, to make Light Cakes or Breac. instantaneous. June 4, 1844. 3C A EW r BOOTS & SHOES, Just Received on Second Street*. rjlHE undersigned would inform their FI x friends and the pub’ic generally. that I aJ Acs they have received a large assri tmeni of GENTS. FINE BOOTS and SHOES; WVfe* with a full supply of low priced SEW ED and TEG BOOTS, and SHOES. Also. Ladies’ SHOES of all kinds and qualities, with a full supply of MISSES' & CHILDREN’S SHOES, which they would invite a I those that are in want of any of the above articles to come and ex amine our assortment, confident that both quality and price will be made satisfactory. WHITING <fc MIX. Macon, April 1944. vo AEW BOOTS A AD SHOES. f fTlHE subscribers have received, du- X ling the last two weeks ana arc constantly receiving, n Urge, new and w ell selected stock of BOOTS and SHOES, ^ of all descriptions—which the offer at wholesale aud retail, at very moderate prices. They invito all those who wish to purchase, to give them a call, and they w illerdeavor to suit in price and quality. Also, kept constantly on hand, Soal Leather, Tslf Skins, Linings. Lasts, Thread. Shoe Pegs, and all other articles used in manufacturing Boots and Shoes. Attheold stand, sign of the Big Boot, Mulberry street. Macon, Mav 7, 1844. 32 STRONG &■ WOOD. d: F OR the speedy and effectual extirpation of all species nnd symptoms ofthe sylpbitic disease, Professor VES* PRINTS PILLS stand unrivalled. They have long been in general use in the piincipal cities in France and the Uni ted States, by those persons ntllicted with this class of dis ease, and are daily receiving their unqualified approbation. The unparalleled celebrity and unexampled success of this matchless aud powerful preparation, has won for itself a name never to be forgotten as long a« there remains an af- flined sufferer upon the face ofthe globe. It is truly sur prising lo observe how speedily and harmless it enters into every minute channel, effectually dislodging every germ, annihilatin'? every leprous spirit of the most dreadful of all diseases, and. at the same time, never failing to fortify the system against disposition, or subsequent attack of this com plaint. Full and explidtdirections accompany each box of these Pills, and a statement of some of the mo3t prominent symp toms is laid down as a guide to the patient in distinguishing one form ot this disease from another; also, a statement, showing the result of the treatment of one hundred cases with these Pills alone, in one of the most distinguished hos pitals in Franee. DCF Price $1.50 per box. For sale in Macon, by J. H. & W. S. ELLI3, Druggists —and by the principal Druggists in Savannah and Augusta. Feb 27.1844. 22 6m* NEW BOOKS At J. Barnes'*, on Cotton Avenue. Prescott’s Mexico, Dr. Olin's Travels in the East, Life of Wilburn Fisk, Kendall’s Santa Fe Expedition, Magendee’s Physiology. New Edition of Dunelison's Medical Dictionary, No. 1 &2 Harpers’ Pictorial Bible. Works of M iss Brewer, in cheap form, Liebig’s Agricultural Chemistry, Mysteries of Paris. Macon, March 26. 26 < Beaver, J\*utriu and Russia HATS, warranted more durable han any Hats ever ao'd in Macon. Also, 50 doz. Youth’s and Children’s Hats, 20 doz. do. do. Caps. ALSO, 20 doz. black and drab Sporting Hats, Together with a general assortment of FUtt CAPS, CONSISTING JX PART OF 3 doz. PBEMIUM OTTER CAPS, 5 di-z. Sea Otter Caps, 5 doz. Super JS utria Caps, 20 doz. do. Muskrat Caps, 50 doz. Men’s and Boys’ Seal Caps, 50 doz. do. do. Sealette Caps. ALSO. 200 doz. lien’s and Boys’ Black and Drab WOOL HATS. All of which will be sold for Cash, at priceg which can not fail to give satisfaction. Purchasers are invited tn call and examine at the old stand, sign of the “JUG HAT,” Mulberry Street. Braver, Otter, Mink, A Cooai Skins, If VI.VTEH) for which the cash will be paid. Macon. Oct 17, 1813. 3 Notice. A LL persons having claims against B- ?. Newcomb, or B S. Newcomb ft Co. are usquested to present them for settlement; and el! indeb ed. will ,ave themselves trou ble and expenses, by paving without wa having recourse to the services of an attorney. May 20, 1844. 34 B. S. NEWCOMB ft CO. GROCERIES. IJHD5. £*t. Croix Sugar, ’ 15 do Porto Rico do 5 bis. Crushed do 5 do Powdered do 6 boxes Refined Loaf Sugar, 150 bags Rio Coffee, 25 do prime Old Java. 75 kegs Powder, 20 boxes Soap, 10 do Starch. 25 do Sperm Candles, 5 do Hyson Tea: All of which will be sold at the lowest cash prices. June 4, 1644. 36 A. G. BUTTS. Wanted, 1 AAA LBS. Bee’s War, bv .UUU JAMES W. BAILEY, Druggist, Mayl4 Two doors above Boardman'sBock Store. For Sale at Bailey’s Dru; Store, 1 HA boxes Window Glass. 300 kegs White Lead. JAJvJ 300 gallons Linseed Oil. 5 bbls. Spirit Turpentine, 2 bbls. Copal Varnish, i do. $o. 150 Doz. 600 ‘ 100 lbs Summer Clothing- T HE subscribers have received their stock of Summei Clulhin", comprising one of the most extensiva and v»- j ALSO, ried they have ever had on hand, and which will b« sold at 300 gallon* Lamp Oil, 200 gallons Tl«ir. Oil, extremely low price*. A call is invited. , 100 gallons Neatafaot Oil. M»y 7 32 J. L. JOKES ft CO. | May 14,1844 3? GRAVES, WOOD & CO. R ESPECTFULLY invite the attention of Mcrchante and Planters to theii Stock of GROCERIES, 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 lot cash, or to good customers. The following goods may be found in their assortment: 5 Bales Ticking, 10 ** Osnaburgs, 30 “ Sheetings and Shirtings, 4 Cases Bleached do do 1000 Pieces 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 Jaconets and Swiss Muslina. 50 “ Muslins and Lawns, Ky. Jeans and Sattinetts. Nankeen, Brown Litiena, 25 44 Irish do. 150 Doz. Head Ildkfs. 200 “ Flagg do. 25 Pieces Silk do. Fancy Hdkfs. and Shawl*; Hosiery (assorted) Gloves do. Suspenders, Spool Thread, Black and colored Linen Thread, 200 4 Turkey Cotton, CoTd Cambrics. Vestings, Ribbons, Tapes, 'Cord*, Sewing Silks, &c., 6cc. Musquito Nettings—Carpetiing 100 Cases Men’s. Women's and Children’s Shoes, 15 44 Bonnets (all kinds) 200 Doz. Palm Leaf Hats (al! kinds) 200 Reams Leiter. 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 Tana, Tea Kettles, Knives and Fotks, Pocket and Card Knives. Pad Locks, Plate Locks, Butt Hinges and Screws, 200 lbs. Pins, Buttons and Combs of every description, Percussion Cap3. Spoons. &c <£c., 25 Hhds. P R-, S. C. and N. O. Sugars, Bbls. Pulverized and Crushed Sugar, Boxes White Havanna do~ Bbls. Loaf and Trinidad do. Rio and Java Coffee, Chests Fresh Teas. Tons Iron, Flat, Round, and Square (all sizee^ Cast. German and Blister Steel, Anvils, Vicesand Bellows, Castings, Kegs NaiU and Brads, Bagging. Rope aud Twine, Bags Shot, Bar Lead. t Kegs Powder, Canister de 60 Boxes Soap, 30 44 Sperm Candles, Tallow do. Starch. Kins <3c Collins' Axes. Coffee Mills, Shoe Treks. Cotton Cards, No. 8 and Id. 20 Bbls. Copperas. 20 “ Tanner’s Oil, 10 44 Vinegar. 2 Ceroons Indigo, Sal Era*i», Epsom Salts, Madder. Ginger, Pepper. Spice. Nutmegs. Cloves, Cassia, Camphor. Brimstone, Blue -Stone. Salt Pet re, Paint*, Oil*. Glaaa. Ruttv, Varnish. Turpentine, Sperm Oil, dec., &c. 2000 Sacks |>alt, 50,000 Ibr. Bacon, 10 Tons Grindstones. Macon, March 25, 1844. 40.000 lbs. 250 200 COCO lbs. Ill— ifiTiMMai