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miBID*Vinr TVI.D1I MORSINO, L1 1 BY M. BARTLETT, . T «3 PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. . not exceeding 12 lines, will be inserted , n ettaiefor ONE DOLLAR; end fiftt cists for each ’^Sheriff*** Tax Collectors’ and Coroners’ Sales, are char- b ^LdWe^iedocUo» will be made to those who adver- lU *. b Vr h ^^ basinesa connected with the Office, most Daw Notice. T H>e7ftt.w"od*^U B^ froSpt a’uendon to 1 ^t(UMMS l 3^«SS Co° r,,,r % b, , Cr k THen* Ifonroe. Twiggs, Jones, Wilkinson, Honston, Pulaski, Hen- r *ny OFFICE oxer E. B. Wire's Score, two doors be- !ow \V. B* JobiutoD, on Mulberry #t JJ CC p POWERS. L. N. WHITTLE. Macon. March 96, 1844, - - — ■■■■ wTJOBNSTON, attobnev at law, MACON, QA. try OFFICE orer old Darien Bank. Macon, March *», 1ML M VOL. XVIII. MACON, GEORGIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST «, 1844. NO. 45. ROSS, AVIIITE HE AD Sc CO. HAVE TAKEN THE „ WARE-HOUSE, Formerly occupied by Mr. Jobn M. Field; and make no pledges to serve their patrons belter than others—but will promise to do the beat they can for them. BENJ. F. ROSS. Z. O. WHITEHEAD, THOMAS COLLINS, „ H. P. REDDING. Macon, July 18,1844. -J3 tO N 30SETH B. CLAPP, . Attorney nt Lnw, Vienna, Dooly county, M ,y 10 32 Gc°rgi« Jan t5 j. S. DEHTNARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, PERRY. GEO. DR. J. BEALL, R ESPECTFULLY informs hi* friends and the public, that he has settled in Macon, for the purpose of Prac ticing his Profession. rrJ* OFFICE over the Drug Store of J. W. Bailey. June 11,1844. WASHINGTON HALL, MACOS, GEORGIA. mil 15 subscriber has again taken this Ettah X lithmenl, where he will always be bap pv to attend to the calls of his old customera, and the travelling public generally. Macon, June 30 30 8. LANIER. MOULTRIE Sc CAMPBELL, WARE-HOUSE AND co.w.n/.w/o.v .hehchjutts, MACON, GEORGIA. Kj’ In eonnexlion with the WARE-HOUSE, we have established a More, where we shall be able to fnrni.h our patron, and others with ItaiggiMg, Kope, Grorrrint, Iron, and all other Plantation Supplies, at reasonable rate*. July 12, 1814. 42 M. Ac C. WARE-HOUSE MARIETTA HOTEL, Cobb County, GEORGIA. T HE undersigned have taken this spacious Hotel, for- merly kept by B*i«son Robkrts. Esq., and are now ready for the reception of Travellers and Families visiting tae up.counlry. The subscribers pledge themselves to use every exertior fur the comfort of their patrons. THOMAS B. DANIEL, jerbmiau LEAK. Marietta, Jan. 1.1844. 87 fg INDIAN i ; SPRING T HE subscriber moat respeeifully informs tho public, that ho has taken pneseeaion of the well known Hotel it the Indian Spring, lately occupied by Col. H. Dillon.— There are so many living witnesses, who can bear teaiimo- ay to the wonderful benefits derived from the nse of these unequalled waters, that it is useless to speak of them here. He ssaaresall who are to visit bun, that no efforts ,’.,11 ho wanting to provide all such luxuries an will tend to their comfort; and to afford them all such means of amuse meat a* will euable them to drive “dull care away,” and pass their time in pleasure. 83* GAMING i* strictly forbidden. BRYAN W. COLLIER. Indian Spring, Built eo. March 86,1844. 26 tO CKOLOfUCAL ORPART.7IENT, j M1LLXDOKTIIU Nov. 3,1839. | iualvsi* of the Water of the Indian Spring, Butts County, Georgia. pint (wine measure,) or 80,875 cubic inches. Preliminaries for a correct Analysis of this Spring. Itsrometei...................39,54 inches. Temperature of the Atmosphere........63 deg.Farenhcit Temperature of the Water. .40 do do Specific G rarity 1,143, that of distilled tAtcr being 1,000. GA8SB8. Atntic Gas,..-. 0,156 cubic inches. Carbonic Acid OtS..-..1,000 do Sulphuretted Hydrogen, 3,5 do fiALIKE CONTENTS. Carbonate of Magnesia,.............' 1.982 grains. Sulphate of Magnesia........ 71,528 do Su'phate ofLiane,.... .............7.153 do Sulphate of Potash....... ....3,415 do Total of Saline contents ....84,077 JOHN RUGGLE3 COTTING, Stale Geologist of Georgia. Tax Collector’s Notice. mHE Citixens of Bibb county are hereby notified, that I the subscriber will be ready to receive the Taxes for the State and County, on Tuesday, tbe 16th instaut. RICHARD BASSETT July 16. Tax Collector of Bibb County. 43 GUN-SMITHING. rnilE subscriber would inform tbe oilixena of Macon and I the public generally, that he has taken tbe stand known >< the old Post-Office, on Mulberry street, one door from B. 8. Newcomb A Co’#. Eating House and Bowling Allay,„ where he is prepared to do all kinds of work in the abovs business, in a stlperir atyle. Rifles made to order, and war ranted. Double Guua restocked, and all kinds of repairing done with despatch. He hat also on band, a few fine DOUBLE GUNS; Ri fle POWDER of a superior quality; GUN POWDER; SHOT, of all aiaeaj Bafdwin’aElastieGUN WADDING; plain PERCUSSION CAPS; split and ribbed do; Walk- r-'l best English Caps; POWDER FLASKS; SHOT POUCHES: and allerticlea usually kept in the line, which will be cold low for cash. E. 8- ROGERS. Macon. Jan 30. 1844 18 GUN-SMITH BUSINESS f| IHE subscriber continues to carry on this business at I hit old stand opposite Shot well’* Drug Store, where be keeps for sale Double and Single Barrel Shot Gnns, Itiflcs, Pistols, mid ail other kinds of Sporti'ii: Apparatus. REPAIRING, of all kinds, and stocking Gnns. done at short notice—also, Guns and' Rifles altered to percussic locks. Feb. SO 31 P. ROUX. Fire Insurance. CAPITA I. S30O.OOO. T HE New York Conlributionship Fire Insurance Company, having established an Agency in Macon, will Insure Buildings. Merchandise, Household Furniture suit every description of Property, against I jots or Dam- eye by Fire. BOND & MURDOCK. Agents Macon. April 30.1844. 31 ly Fire Insurance. r |1HE Undersigned, Agents for the jEtna Insurance I Company of Hartford Conn., are prepared to take risks on Buildings, Merchandise in Store and Cotton in Ware-houses, in the Citv of Macon and iu vicinity, agains Fire. REA Sc COTTON, Ag u S3 ly Feb 7 Notice. many others, the followiog: FOR THE LADIES, MjV RA8TU8 KIRTL AND is our authorized Agent, do- Rich Dress Silks, JLli ring our absence from the 8tate. rn _■ Maonn, May 31 WHITING & MIX. To IScul. T HE subscriber has two Homes to Rent, possession can bo given any time after the 1st of September. One it situs- • a ted mi the Road leading from tbe Bridge towards Marion, now occupied by Robert Car- rer. being about one hundred yards from Etst-Mscon, con- taining four rooms. Sic. The other is on the Road leading from East-Micon to Fort Hill, two stories high, having six rooms, Ac., now oc cupied by John Hoge, Esq. The above can be had on ve ry reasonable terms Enquire of Macon, July 30, 1844. H. 8. CUTTER. 44 LOOK AT THIS! Selling Off' at JYetc York Cost. T HE undersigned, having determined to close their bu siness in Macon, will sell their ei tire stock of DIIY- U'JODs at New York Cost, FOR CASH —among which are,.real Georgia Nankeen at $1 18; Earlston Gingh arris at and 31eta; Calicoes at all prices; printed Muslins at 20 to 45; rich Halxarines at 45; French Balzarine Muslins, fast colors, nt 37]; Barage, Silk and Tarleton Mantles; Lace Cardinals; rich colored and black Dress Silks, a large assortment;^ bordered and hem-stitched Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs; Linen Table Diaperard Damask; 10-4 and 12-4 Linen Sheeting at 80 and Si 25; Irish Linen, fine; Long Lawns, common, fine, and very fine ; Cotton axd Lin- . en Gooda for men’s wear; rich Marseilles and Satin Vest- « .. , „ . H., „ . „ ~ , c mgs; superfine Drap de Tea; Brown 8hinings at 61 cents Family and Pocket Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books, of up; bleacbeddo.at5tol8cents; a large assortment of Rib- every kind and size, in various binding bons; a small assortment of Bonnets. Ac &c. together with ' Southern and Missouri Harmony, Kmgs/eys Social most articles usually kept in Dry-Goods Stores. To a merchant wishing to engage jn the business, tbe most liberal terms will be offered, for undoubted paper.— j Merchants and others wishing Goods in their jine, will do ( BOOK STORE ON COTTON AVENUE, Two doors abovenoasra.JT. II- A IV. S. ELLIS’ DKl'n STOKE. J. BARNES, H AVING MOVED to the above Stand, offers to tie public, a large Stock of BOOKS, STniTIOJVAB 1% BLANK BOOKS. Ac. Ac. CHEAP FOR CASH. A F. IS III OJS'.t ISJL JE HAT AND CAP A well to call, as their goods will be sold. Macon, June 25 29 G. L. WARREN &VCO. MILLINERY AND FANCY Commission Business. mHE undersigned still continues to occupy the WARE. X HOUSE on the corner of Second and Poplar streets. He offers his services in the various branches of the Ware. Homo and Commission Business, 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 tbe wishes of those who may honor him with their confidence—and expresses a feelingcfgratitude to bis friends for their liberal patronage. JOHN M. FIELD. Macon, July 1.1843. 41 ttefermcc—Col. Wm. H. Reynolds, ) M ij Jan.!'- H. lhr.iswsv, \ Messrs. Rea A Cotton, ? Joshua G. Moore, ) Ssafssfc.. i William Moseley, Henry. W. C. Cleavelnnd, Crawford. | Macon, WARE-HOUSE AND JDRESS .li.IKf.YG. Mss. w. n. nokris ItX would respectfully announce to the Ladies ofMacon and country generally, that she is now opening, on Cotton Avenue, opposite Messrs. Scott Sc Carbart, and next door to tbe Mess:- Orrs, an ENTIRE NEW Stock of the most Fashionable and Latest Style of GOODS.adapted to tbe above Business; ali of which has been selected by one ofthebest judges in New York City. Great inducements will be held out to purchasers foi CASH; in consideration of which, she soliciu o 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 4 Commission Business. r I HIE subscribers beg leave to inform heir friends, and 1 the public in general, that they are still connected in the above business, under the firm of GORMAN A RICIIARDSOX, and are still occupying the 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. They confidently assure the publie.that any business con signed to their care, will be faithfully and prr <npt ly execu ted. Relying on tho honesty of purpose, and the long t stabluh- ed confidence of these who know us, we feel no hesitancy iu looking for a liberal sbare of public patronage. THOMAS B. GORMAN, JAMES RICHARDSON. Macon, Joly 8,1844. 40 WAREHOUSE Commission Business. T1W AJOR William Hamilton baring retired, the snbreri- lfX brr. have associated themselves in business, under the name and style of WINN & RVillPH, They will occupy the Ware-House on Cherry street, known as Ham ilton Sc Winn’s. They are prepared to make advances on Cottons pnt in their stores, and to execute all orders that rosy be confided to them in the line of their business. J. D. WINN. Macon, July 9, 1844. 41 J. V. RUMPH. Dissolution. rrUIE Co-partnership heretofore existing under the name i of HAMILTON Sc WINN, expires this day by iu limitation. All persona indebted, are requested to pay up the amount of their indebtedness to John D. Winn; and those baring claims against them, to band them into him for set dement. V M. HAMILTON. Macon. Jnly 9,1*44 _41^ JOHN^D. WINN. NEW GOODS. G. XV. Sc E. WOODRUFF, TTAVE just received, and are now opening, a fine as X X sortmeni of SPRING AND SUMMER DRY-GOODS, Consisting of Calieoes, Lawns and Maslina, Balzarine Mas- fins; French and Scotch Ginghams; Linen Lawns; Linen Csmbrio Hdkfs; Irish Linens; Jaconet, Book, and Mull Muslins; Check Muslins; Olaves end Hosiery, of every kind and quality; 3,000 yards Georgia Nankeens; Brown end Bleached Linen Drills for PanU; Brown and Bleached and Grass Linen; Brown and colored Cotton Goods, for summer wear; Paint Lear and Leghorn Hals, 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 oar Store, one door from Geo. W Price, on Second street. March 12 34 &A5ii@as OF CIIEAP AND DESIRABLE DRY-GOODS, OPENING FOB THE SPRING A\D 8UIJDEB TRADE, AT CRANE Sc CLARK’S. T HE subscribers of the People’s Store, are now making extensive arrangements for offering to tbeir customers a very extensive assortment of the best selection of Goods for the coming season, that can be found in ibis market; and their facilities for making pnrrhsses are not behind those of anv of tbeir cotemporsiies. Quick returns and small prof its', will betheii motto, and therefore they offer every arti cle in tbe Dry Goods line, at the lowest prices, or in other words, though in many things they undersell, they are de termined not to be undersold. Among the goods they keep on hand and are constantly receiving, may be found, besides Ofi; KEGS Sp 15 do Shot-gun ' 10 do Blasting July 30 44 Gun-Powder. POWDER, For salebv BOND & MURDOCK. Shot and Lead. ^AGS Shot, assorted sizes, .July 30 300 lbs. Lead, for sale by BOND & MURDOCK. _ BACON! BACON!! ’J-V Al Mf k LBS. superior Geotgia Cured BACON— Hamt, Shoulders, and Sides, fox sale by ^“•7 31 34 BEDDING Sc WHITEHEAD. »• nssnonnee KOI,. R ’*** Candidate for Receiver of Tax Returns J Scanty, at the Election in January 1848. superfine printed 8lripes, Balzarincs, Par is printed Satin end Lace, Muslins, rich French and English Prints, black and blue black Bombazine, 4-4 and 6-4 plain and striped Muslins. 4 4 and 6 4 plain Muslins and Cam brics, 4-4 and 6-4 Bishop Lawns; silk and cotton Hose, silk nnd cotton Gloves and Mitts; Ladies Cravats, Bonnet Rib bons, French Flowers, best Paris Kid Gloves; white nnd black Lcee Cardinals, rich Silk Shawls, black net Shawls, cotton and Linen Birds eye Diaper,3.000 yards Russia do. nt 131 cenla per yard; 2,000 yds Negro stripe Homespuns at 121 cun yard; 500 bolts Georgia Nankeen; 10.000 yds bleached and brown 81ieetings and Shirtings; 2.000 yards Irish Linen, from 37J to 81,25; pieces Earlston Gingnams at 25 cts per yard; 25 do. at 33 and 37 J cents; 50doz. Lisle Caps at 81 a dozen; 1800 boxes silver plated Hooks and Eyea at 64 cents. FOR THE GENTLENIEN, Single milled Csssimerrs, ribbed and printed Gambroons, Linen Drills. Linen Checks. Check Ginghams. Gentlemen’s Scarfs, Cravats, Silk Gloves. &c. Ladies’ Silk Umbrellas. Parasols and Sunshades of tbe most choice patterns, from 75 cents to S3. 50 pieces Gimp with every variety of shade and color. New Goods received erety week; any article not found as represented, may be returned, and the price will be te- funded. Store on Mulberry street under Washington Hall. CRANE Sc CLARK. April 3, 1644. 37 The expressions, rick blood and poor blood, hare a scientific basis. The ridicule v ine!, many have attempt ed to cast on these common-sense opinions, must recoil upon themselves as surely as that Truth will prevail. BRANDRETH’S PILLS. TfflHE effect of this celebrated medicine, is to puriiy the X blood; to convert the poor, corrupt blood, into healthy, rich blood. And it is because they do this, that they have been so steadily sought after by all classes of our citizens who hare required medicine. And it is because of the lower Brandreih’s Pills are sow known to possess as ealth-rcstorers. that renders them no popular They core all affections, simply because they make the blood pure—abstract outofiuhose qualities which produce disease, and give to it those qualities which produce health. Now, evety solid part of the human frame is mado from the blood and tbe lood we eat is converted into blood to sap- ply tbe waste our bodies are continually sustaining. So. in the ordinary coarse of nature, we manufacture our entire bodies in about nine years, from the food taken into our stomachs. Suppose the blood made in this stomach of oors is unsound, occasioned by some cause or other; itmayrefer to the preceding generation; no matter, we make impure blood, and if so, cannot be heallbv. Or. suppose the air we have lived in fiir some time has been loaded with matters detrimental to health, or our food for a long period has been of an unwholesome kind, or that the mind has been mach troubled—for grief, anxiety, or great attention to any partic ular point, is sare to occasion bad effects on tbe blood. Any of these causes existing, good blood cannot be supplied to tbe body. But let Brandreih’s Pillabe used daily, nnder these cir cumstances, in doses of from two to six Pills, or as the cate shall determine. What is their effect? It is to carry off the impure matters from the blood, leaving only the good to renew every part of the body. What was unsound now be comes sound, and the stomach soon gets into so healthy a condition, that oven bad air or unwholesome food, for a time, are enable to injure the health materially. Even when the climate or food continue unhealthy, the occasional use of the Pills will separate the impure parts and cause tbeir expulsion, leaving what is good to supply life and strength to the body. When the bones are diseased, when every ramification of die frame is oat of order, tbe Brandreth Pills, will, in nine teen cases out of twenty, cuke. Remember that tbe body can bo entirely re-msde from the food, bones and all; and sided by this most beneficent medicine, in a quarter of time it ukes in the ordinary course of nature. In from two to four years nn entirely new, healthy body can be exchanged for the unsound, the d : seased, the miserable one. The slowness or quickness of the change altogether depending upon the effect the Brandreth Pills are made to produce; which effect can be graduated just as the patient pleases.— No possible injury can result from this; nothing but good can follow. Enquire tbe effect of Brandretb’s Pills among your unprejudiced friends; you will h UMi : - fy you that therein so risk in makin" | will not be doing yourself justice without it. When your blood is onee POKE, nothing in tbe shape of food will hardly come amiss; nothing will soar upon your stomach; you may eat pies, or any tbmk jn reason; and the greater variety of food, tbe better blood is made. All who have weak atomaebs, who are dyspeptic, or in any way af flicted in body, should, without delay, resort to Brandreth’* Choir. Juvenile Singing Book. Mason's Sacred Harp, Base Primmer. Dictionary of Musical Terms, SfC. SfC. Blank Books of every description, Const Re cord, and Docket Books, various sizes. Ledgers, Journals and Cat Books; Invoice. Re cord, Letter, Bill asd ReceiptBooks; Ik- dexes. for Ledgers,-Pocket Memoran dums A Pocket Ledgers, Ice. Ac. J. B. would resraMfuily invite teachers and others who may want SCHOOl^BOOKS, to call and examine his stock which will be sold at the lowest possible prices,Cash- wholessle and retail. He also receives as soon as published all the new works from tbe Harper’s and other publishing houses in New York, Boston and Philadelphia, embracing all the cheap, and fashionable literature of the day, which he sellsa: New Yurk prices. Constantly on handastock of LAW BLANKS, printed on the beat foolscap paoer. Macon, Oct. 4.1843.' 2 Summer mothing*. T HE subscribers have received their stock of Summei Clothing, comprising oce 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 invited. May 7 ; 1 J. L. JONES & CO. H. & J. COWLES, H AVE now m: head, at the Store formerly occupied by Messrs. J. 11. Rosa 3c Co., a geneial assortment of Planters’ Supplies, consisting of Groceries, Staple Dry-Goods, HARDWARE, SHOES, Ac. Ac. Macon. Oct 25, 1843 .1IUSIC STORE, J1MCOJY. i will hear sufficient tosatis- | the trial, and that yon t pood. Good placed and removed. Good blood cannot make bad bone or bad flesh. And bear in mind, the Brandreih’s Pills sure ly purify the blood. The method of prepsring the Brandrrtbian Vegetable Extracts, is secured by Letters Patent of the United States —Patent granted to Benjamin Brandreth. 20th Jan 1843. The extracts of which Brandreih’s Pills are composed, are obtained by this new paten: process, without boiling or any application. The nctive principle of tbe herbs is thus secured, the same as it is iu tbe living vegetable. The pablic should be cautions of medicines recommend ed in advertisements stolen from me. A sure test of genuine Brandeth Pills: Examine tho box of pills; then look at the certificate of agency, whose en graved date must be within tbe year, wbicb every author ised agent must possess; if the three labels on die box agree with the three labels on the certificate, the pills are true—if not, they are false. The pills are sold at 25 cents per box, at No. 241 Broad way, 274 Bowery, and 241 Hudson streeL New York. Mrs. Booth, 5 Msrketstreet. Brooklyn; and by SO,000 agents in tbe United States and Canada, whose certificates and pills aboald be carefully examined before purchase is made. For sale at the BOOK-STORE of J. B nr ties, Macon, Georgia. Macon, ffnly 2, 1844. 40 3m ESTABLISHMENT. GEO. J. SHEPARD, Is receiving weekly additions to his hitherto splendid stock of HATS AND CAPS, DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTORY. He is now prepared to offer RAKE INDUCEMENTS to city and country purchasers. Possessingadvantages excelled by no Hat Establishment in the State, he will afford his Goods at as loir, or perhaps lower prices. Every style of HATS AND CAPS may be found at his Store. AMONG THEM— FASHIONABLE, MEDIUM, AND BROAD BRIM Denver, Nutria, Cnasimer, Russia, Tfolc-SLiu, Angolan, anti Milk HATS. ALSO, * A FINE ASSORTMENT OF rf’YLJJDL CONSISTING OF Otter, Shetland Seal, Nutria, and TXnskrat, ALSO. Men’s and Youths’ Cloth and Velvet CAP3, PRINTING, OF ALL KINDS, DONE AT SHORT NOTICE, IN A NEAT STYLE, AND ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS. AT THE OFFICE OF THE —xr-fsr rts— PAMPWttTS, CIRCULAR‘S, LAW BLAHKS, HAMDBILIS, BORSE BILLS, LABELS, UMRE-BO USE RECEIP TS, &c. Ac. &c. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF IS XRL- I^ ! HBYSkl SSS 9 Of use in this Slate, printed on fin* paper, in form, constantly kept on hand, and forsa Macon, Juue 1, 1843. * at very low prices; 38 FKEN1I DRIGS A^ll MEDICINES. CONTINUED supplies of Do do Hair Seal do Do do Sealette do Do do Glazed do Gentlemen’s JYavv Caps; A LARGE LOT 0*F Men's and Boys' Black and Drab SPORT!YG HATS; Together with an extensive Stock of Men's and Boys’ Black and Drab WOOL HATS, &c. (CP 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 tc Mix. Otter, Mink, and Raccoon Skins, for which the Cash will be paid. Macon. Jan 30. 1844 18 GEO. I. SHEPARD. , . Ppb the best quality of tbe a* bove articles, suitable for Phy sicians, Merchants, and Fami lies, received and for aale by J. H. & W. 8. ELLIS. til fune 4.1844. 36 Cotton Avenue, Macon, Ga. DRUGS. MEDICINES. Ac. Vo JPIiysiriaMM and Vlmmtcrt t fTTTHE subscriber is now receiving every week, fresh sup X plies of MEDICINES, which are very carefully *<r- lected for him in tbe Northern markets; and having atlopt* ed the CASH SYSTEM entirely, is enabled to sell at very reduced prices. Physiciaus and others, having opportuni ties of tending to him, mey rely upon having their orders ex ecuted upon the rnoat favorable terms. The quality cf th« articles will be the very best, and the prices as low &a if they attended personally to the purchase of them " HARVEY SHOTWELL, May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hotel. Filter V- , an infallible remedy for Chills and Fever, just received and for sale by HARVEY SHOTWELL, May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hotel- Lamp Oil. A BEAUTIFUL article of Bleached Sperm Oil. for sale bv HARVEY SHOTWELL. Mny* 14 33 Carpentevs’s and Sands’ Sarsn* parilla, I 710R sale at the proprietors’ prices, by 1 HARVEY SHOT WELL, May 14 33 Comer opposite the Central Hotel. Galliglian’g FEW dozen Galliglian’s Till HI a Haft's Pills and Hitters, 871 OR sale at the proorietor’s prices, by X 1 * * HARVEY SHOTWELL. May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hore' WHOLESALE AlhU RETAIL. 38 38. 81 iff <D <£l ^2 3R©3£®r©„ H AVE cons antly on hand, and offer f< r snle at prices as towns cm be purchased in the southern country, a plendid assortment ot PIANO-FORTES, from the Celebrated and longeslablished Manufactories of Jl'unns S’ Clark anti J. Chickering. The wed known reputation of these Manufactories pre eludes the necessity of commenting upon the excellence ol their instruments, which have stood the test of every cli mate, for many years. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF VIOLINS. SITPIEKIOR GUITARS,BI/OI.ES, TBOnBOHBS, TBVBPBT8. HORNS, CLARIONCTk, FLAGEOLETS, FIFES, Ac. A-o. ,Vc. Violin, Guitar, and other Strings; Clarionet Reeds Tuning Hammers and Fork*; Violin Bows; Masic Pa per, Jcc, Ac. forming ns complete an assortment of musical merchandize, as caD be found in the southern country. Astlwy direct from the Manufactures, they are enabled to sell their goods otthe very lowest prices. B. Sc V. have in addition to their catalogue, an nasjrt- ment of FOREIGN MUSIC. 07» Music sold at reduced prices. 0j* Terms Cash. May 17. 1842. 33 iifVE SPRINTS * SPECIFIC PILLS 17f OR the speedy and effectual extirpation of all species X' and symptoms of the sylpbitic disease, Professor VES- PRINTS PILLS stand uurtvalled. They have long been in general use in the principal cities in France and the Uni ted States, by those persons afflicted with this class of dis ease, and are daily receiving their unqualified approbation. The unparalleled celebrity nnd unexampled success of this matchless and powerful preparation, has won for itself a name never to be forgotten as long as there remains an af flicted sufferer upon tbe face of tbe globe. Jt is truly sur prising to observe bow speedily and harmless it enters into every minote channel, effectually dislodging every germ, annihilating every leprous spirit of tbe most drcadral of all diseases, and, at the same lime, never failing to fortify tbe system against disposition, or subsequent attack of thiscom- plaint. Full and explicitdireclions accompany each box of these Pills, and a statement of some of tbe moat prominent symp toms is laid down as s guide to the paiieut in distinguishing one form ol 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 France. 03* Price $1.50 per box. For sale in Macon, by J. H. AW. S. ELLIS, Druggists —and by the principal Druggists in 8avann»h and Augusta. Feb 27,1844. 32 6m^ Ladies’ Riding; Caps, O F superior qsality, nnd a variety of patterns—to which tbe attenfion of tbe Ladies is particularly invited. Together with several new stales of Gentlemen’s Cloth Caps, Navy Caps, See. ’ 1 J ' ’* 1 April 30 31 Just received and for sale by GEO. I. SHEPARD. Snuff* and Tobacco. 8/ffACABOY, Scotch, and American Gentleman Snuff, . v I of superior quality. Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. Just received and for sale by H. 8HOTWELL. Jnst received June 4, 1844. Bird’s Eve, J UST received, an assortment of Bird’s Eye r.nd plain Tuscan Bonnets ; also, a few Ashland Chip, a beautiful article. GEO. W. PRICE. Jnly 23, 1644. 43 F Exchange on !¥ew-York, OR sale by THOS. TAYLOR. October 3 1 sby nr. morrisGnA Vegetable Universal Medicines, OB salebv GEO.W.PRICE Sc CO F ( Prime Geese Feathers. V AAA LBS. iast received and for sale by 1UUU GRAVES, WOOD Sc CO April 30, 1844. 31 THOMAS TAYLOR, ON COTTON AVENUE AND SECOND STREET lfK.lLIiit /.V CHOICE GROCERIES, Ac. Ac. Ac. OFFERS FOR SALE. AT VERY LOW PRICES •V/W k BAGS old Java, Rio, Cuba, and Laguira Coffee] Ol/U 25 hhds St. Croix and Porto Rich Sugars. 5.000 lbs. Standard Crashed and Double Loaf Sugar. . 20 hhds 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 Lone-handle Shovels and Spades, 100 kegs Cat Nails and Brads, 1,000 lbs. Bar Lead. COO lbs. Smoothing Irons, 200,000 Cm Tacks, 50,000 lbs. Swedes Iron, assorted, lj to 10 ip. wide, 2,000 lbs. German Blistered and Cast Steel, 100 bags Patent Shot, 10 doz. Wilson’s Coffee Mills, 20 doz. Uniter Chain?, 100 doz. ouperior Blacking, 20 do Shoe Brushes, 10 do Curry-Combs, 15 do Patent Razor Swaps. 10,000 lbs. Hollow Ware, (assorted sizes,) 50 reams super Blue Sc White Ruled Letter A Cap Paper. 60 do Wrapping Paper, 500 boxes Table Salt, 600 ps. superior Gunny and heavy Dundee Bagging, 1,000 lbs. three-ply Bagging Twine, 10 boxes Cotton 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, 12,000 3EGARS. 20 boxes Imperial, Hyson, Poucliong and Souchong Teas, Spices, of all kinds ; London Mustard ; Indigo; Madder; Copperas; Sal Aeratus: Salt Petre; Epsom Salts; Starch; Scotch and Maeaboy Snuff—together with an assortment of DOMESTIC DRY-GOODS, HATS, CAPS, SADDLERY\ Boots and Shoes. Macon. Nov 14.1843. 7 GEO. A. K 1,11 tSERE I*, R ESPECTFULLY informs his old customers and the public generally, that he is now receiving from the celebrated Hat Manufactory of John Hunt A Co.,a very extensive assortment of HATS AJND CAPS, embracing every style and quality. Among his assortment may be found 10 doz. fashionable Beaver Hats. 20 doz. do Cassimere Hat*, 10 doz. do Russia Hats, 20 doz. do Moleskin Hats Linseed Oil and Train Oil, t ITIOR sale low by HARVEY SHOTWELL, j X^ May 14 * Corner opposite the Central Hotel. Sal EratuSt I supeiior quality, just received and for sale by I May 14 ” HARVEY 6HOTW&LL. Paint* and Oils. ' KEGS Nos.l and 2 White Lead, I 300 gallons Linseed Oil, 200 do Lamp Oil, With a variety ofColors forPainters'uie. fer ale bv Jnly 6 40 CHAS. CAMPBELL A CO 11. & J. COWLES, H AVE justieceived, Fresh Markoroi, Canal Flour, Regain A Principe Segars, New Buckwheat, in half and quarter hart els, Together with Bngging. Sugur, Coffee, dc. Ac. Macon. Nov 28 S 1 doz. Angola Silk Hats. ALSO. OXE IIINDIIED DOZEX BltOAD BRIM Beaver, J\'utria anil Russia HATS, warranted moredurable han any Hats ever sold inMncon. Also, 50 doz. Youth s and Children s Mats, . 20 doz. do. do. Caps. ALSO, 20 doz. black and drab Spotting Hats, Together with a general assortment </f FUR CAPS, CONSISTING IN PART OF 3 doz. PBEM1UM OTTER CAPS, 5 dt-z. Sea Otter Caps, j 5 doz. Super Nutria Caps, 20 doz. do. Muskrat Caps, 50 doz. Men’s and Boys’ Seal Caps, 50 doz. do. do. Sealette Caps. ALSO. HOO doz. men's and Boys' Black and Drab WOOL HATS. All of which will be sold for Cash, at prices which can not fail to give satisfaction. Puicliasers are invited to call nnd examine nt the old aland, sign of the “ BrGHAT,” Mulberry Street. Beaver, Otter, mink, ft Coon Skins, If’XYTJBO, for which the cash will be paid. Macon, Oct 17.1843. 3 Just Choice Canal Clour. A FRESH supply just received and for sale bv THOMAS TAYLOR, Jnly 2 40 On Cotton Avenne nnd Second at. o Just Received* N Second street, a fresh supply of Frtnvh Boots superior article. Also, Ladies’She", u; vt .jos kinds July 2 40 ’■Vin , i. 1 MQ Sc MIX. Inverness, Dundee* and Gunasy RAGGIAG. T HE subscribers have on band and offer for sale on ac commodating terms, s large and well selected stock of Cotton Bagging, consisting of Inverness, Mackintosh brand, 1 j to 1|—44 In. do. do. 1J to —42 “ Dundee, Sun Hemp, Double Thread, 2 to IJ—44 to 46 “ do. Russia, Hemp, Sanderson. 2 to lj—44 •* do. do. Baxters, 2 tolj—42 10 44 “ Gunny Bagging, 2 to 2}—44 to 46 “ ANDREW LOW * CO. Savannah, June 28,1844. 2m 40 Messenger copy 2m, II. B. & J. W. ELDER, H AVE removed their STOCK OF GOODS to the Store lately occupied by E. Blake, adjoining Onsley ic Jewett’s Ware-House. Macon, June 2, 1844. 36 COOK'S AXffTX-BXLXOUS PIUS. F OR the Cure of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Ac. For sale by J. H. A W. §. ELLTS. nllacon Iron 4* Brass Foundry AYR MACHINE SHOP. M ILL and Gin Geering, Steam Engine Work, Iron and Brass Castings of every description, made to order.and Machine Work inJGeneral, corner of Fourth and Walnut Streets. [CP The highestprircs willbe paid for OldCoppei, Bras*, Uenti, and Unsllrou. Jan 31 17 ROBT. FINDLAY. CALF-SKIVS- J UST RECEIVED, a lot of Calf Skins, a superior arti cle, finished after the French „ TrT> _ , _ Also, Northern SOLE-LEATHER, SHOE-THREAD SPAINTLES, &c. ~IL’- . Jan 9, 1844 15 GEO, W. PRICE, GROCERIES. 1 fk HHDS. St. Croix Sue ar, III 15 do Porto Rico do 5 bU. Crashed do 5 do Powdered do 6 boxes Refined Loaf Sugar, 150 hogs 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 cosh prices. Jane 4,1844. 36 A. G. BUTTS. Wanted, 1 AAA L B S - Bee's Wax, by l.WU JAMES tv. BAILEY, Druggist, May 14 Two doors above Boardman's Book Store. For Sale at Bailey-* Drug Store* "I AA boxes Window Glass. 300 kegs White Lead, A VAJ 300 gallons Linseed Oil, 5 bbls. Spirit Turpentine, 2 bbls. Copal Varnish, 1 do. Japan do. ALSO, 300 gallons Lamp Oil, 200 gallons Train Oil, 100 gallons Neatsfoot Oil. Mav 14, 1844. 33 NEW BOOTS AKD SHOES* jrual Kecfivrd oil Second Slrccl. nnHK undersigned would inform their X friends and the public generally, that jCSti% thev have received a laroc assortment of GJ5NTS. FIND BOOTS and SHOES; with a full supply of low priced SSWED and PEG BOOTS, and SHOES. Also, Ladies’ SHOES of all kinds aDd qualities, with a full supply nf MISSES’ & CHILDREN’S SHOES, which they would iuviie all those that are in want of any of the above articles come and ex- emine our assortment, confident that both 11 ality and price will be maile satisfactory. WHITING & MIX Macon, April 9, 1844. ?8 ST£W BOOTS AMD £11202S. rriHK subscriber! have received, du- JL ring the last two weeks, and are A-jT constantly receiving, a large, new ni:J well ***'"'■ selected stock of BOOTS and SHOES, of all descriptions—which the offer »t wholesale and retail, at very moderate prices. They invite all those who wish to purchase, to give them a call, and they willerdeavor to suit in price and quolity. Also, kept constantly on hand, Soal Leather, Calf Skins, Linings, Lasts, Thread. Shoe Pegs, and all other article* used fn manufacturing Boots and Shoes. Atlheold stand, signoftfce Big Boot. Mulbe-ry street. Macon. May T, 1844. 32 STRONG A WOOD. Trace Chains, Anvils, Bellows ansi Vices. <AA pr. Trace Chains, 30 Anvils, “A'lv-lco Vices, 20 pr. Blacksmith's Bellows. 150 Hand and Sledge Hammers, 40 double hand 8crew Plates, assorted, | to 1 inch. 41>Fh;!iChhins, 2,000 lbs. Hook Hinees. 100 seta Wu gon Boxes, 300 lbs. Banging Twine, 100 Tea Nettles, 100 Sauce Tons, 1,000 lbs. Bar Lead, 20 dozen Knob Locks, 1 Iron Chest. ALSO, A complete assortment of Pen and Pocket Knives. AND TABLE KNIVES & FORKS, Jnst received and for sale b r Macon, Nov 14.1843. 7 E. B. WEED. Bng’ffins' and Rope. nfUl PIECES heavy Gunny Bagging, yUUlOO •• Kentucky do 50 11 Knsio, do 200 ’* Coils Monilla Rope, 500 lbs. Bagginp Twine. For sale on reasonable terms by CIIA3. CAMPBELL iCo. Angusi2 47 •200 Fccncfi worked Collar*. T71INE Muslin nnd heavy work. As we bought them at _C Anriion in New York, we can sell them at"50 cents a piece. Call soon for bargains, at April 9. 1844. CRANE Sc CLARK'S. 28 Dailey’s Sarsaparilla, CURE for all disorders arising from a bad state of the blood, for sale at Jnlv 16. 1844. JAMES W. BAILEY'S. 42 GRAVES, WOOD & CO. R ESPECTFULLY invite the atientiou of Merchants * and Planters to theii Stock of GROCERIES. HARDWARE, SHOES, now in store, nnd 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 fur cash, or to good customers. The following goods may be found In their assortment • 5 Bales Ticking, 10 “ Osnahurgs. 30 “ Sheetingb and Shirting,, 4 Cases Bleached do do 1000 Pieces English and American Prims, 50 “ Scotch and Earlston Gmghatr.e, 5 Bales Stripes and Checks, 5 “ 3-4, 4-4, and 5-4 Power Loom Shirting, 130 Pieces Plaid Jaconets and Swiss Mu*.'i.-;«.a 50 “ Muslins and Lawns, ” 50 “ Ky. Jeans and Sattinctis* 300 “ Nankeen, 25 “ Brown Linens, 25 “ Irish do. 150 Doz. Head Ildkfs. 200 “ Flagg do. 25 Pieces Silk do. Fancy Hdkfs. and Shawls, 150 Doz. Hosiery (assorted) 50 “ Gloves do. 50 “ Suspenders, 600 ’■ Spool Thread, 100 lbs. Black and colored Linen Thread 200 * Turkey Cotton, Col'd Cambrics. Vestings, Ribbons, Tapes Cord# Sewing Silks. &c.. Ac. f ’ ’ Mosquito Nettings— Carpetting 100 Cases Men's, Women’s and Children’s Shoe, 15 “ Bonnets (all kinds) 200 Doz.' Palm Leaf Hats (all kinds) 200 Reams Letter, Foolscap, and Wrapping Psrer 2 Casks Sad Irons. 1 cask Carry Combs, * 1 6 - C. S. and Carolina Hoes, 2 do Trace, Wagon Boxes^Fry Pans. Sauce Pan*,’ Tea Kettles, Knives and Forks, Pocket and Card Knives. Pad Locks, Plate Locks, Butt Hinges nnd Screws, 200 lbs. Pine,' Buttons and Combs of every description Percussion Capa. Spoona, Ac. Ac. V ' 95 Hhds. P. R., S. C. ar.d N. O. Angars, ' Bbls. Pulverized and Crushed Sugar Boxes White Havanna rfj ’ Bbls Loaf and Trinidad do. 400 Begs Rio and Java Coffee, 10 Chests Fresh Teas. 30 Tons Iron. Flat, Round, and Square 'ell aiie.l Cast. German and Blister Steel, ' h Anvils, Vicesand Bellows, 40,000 lbs. Casting,, 250 Kegs Nail, acd Brads, Bagging, Rope and Twine. 200 Bags Shot, 2000 lbs. Bar Lead, Kegs Powder, Canister de 50 Boxes Soap, 30 “ Sperm Candles. 30 “ Tallow do. 20 “ Starch. 10 “ King A Collins’ Axe*. 20 “ Coflce Mills, Shoe Tn.'ka. Cotton Cards, No. 6 ana 10 10 50 20 Bbls. Copper**. For Sale, A LIKELY MULATTO WOMAN, a good Seam- 6tre3B and Pastry Cook. For particulars, apply to GEORGE ROBINSON, June 18 38 Office late Ocmolgee Bank, 20 “ Tanner’s Oil, 10 ** "Vinegar, 2 Ceroons Indigo, Sal Ere’ia, Epsom Salts, Madder, Ginger Pepper,Spice, Nutmegs. Clove*. Notice. persons bavin _ B. S. NjEWCOMB & Co. are requested to present them for settlement; nnd all indebted, will save themselves trou ble and expenses, by paying without we having recourse to the services of an attorney. May 20, 1844. 34 B. S. NEWCOMB & CO. Blut , Camphor, Brimstone, Store.Salt Petre, Paints, Oi's, Glass. Purtv, Varnish, Turpentine, Sperm Oil, Ac., A. . 2000 Sacks Salt, 50,000 lbs. Bacon, 10 Tons Grindstone.. Macon, March 26, 164-1.