4IB4NMHIA Jm&3«BUMMK 8
rVttJSHtV KVJt^T TUESDAY >. 0 K N I N 0 ,
at S3 PER ANNUM, IN IDVASifl',
A nt*rRTi9KMENT9 no! exceeding lSlines, will be inserted
anolim* for ONE DOLLAR; and fiftt cents for each
"sheriff’s! TaVcolicctors’ and Coroners’ Sales, are char-
**A wwoivhl^ed* 150 * W,U be ma<1 ® 10 tho#e w l>° ndrer-
t,S< "*'^,euers Vn business connected wi»h the Office, must
T HE undersigned have associated themselves in the
practice of the law, and will gHe prompt attention to
.nch business as may be entrusted ta their,care.
Thrv will attend the following Coart*: Bibb, Crawford,
Monroe. Twiggs, Jones, Wilkinson, Houston, Pulaski, Hen-
r ^in? OFFICE over E. B. Weed’s Store, two doors be-
low\V B Johnston, on Mulberry street.
lOWW.M.Jonn , A. P. POWERS.
L. N. WHITTLE.
Macon, Msrch 96, 1841. #6 _J
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ITT OFFICE over old Darien Bank.
y~on, March 26,18-M. 26
JOSEPH 33. CZ.AEP,
Attorney at Lair, .
Vienna, Dooly county.
May 10 33 Georgia
MACON, GEORGIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1844-
j. s. 3>emnar:d,
ATTORNEY AT l.AW,
1m. J. BEALE,
R ESPECTFULLY informs hi* friends and the public,
that lie has settled in Macon, for the purpose ofPrac
ticing his Profession.
(CP OFFICE over the Drug Store of J. W. Bailey.
June 11,1844. 37 3m»
T HE subscriber bat again taken this Eslai
iishmenl, where he will always be hap
£9 pv to attend to the calls of his old customers
SB. and the travelling public generally.
Macon, June 20 38 S. LANIER.
Cobb Comil y,
riTIHE undersigned have taken this spacious Hotel, for-
B merlykeptby Besson Roberts. Esq.. and arc now
ready foi the reception of Travellers and Families visiting
The subscribers pledge themselves to use every cxcrlior
for the comfort of their patrons.
THOMAS B. DANIEL,
Marietta, Jan. 1,1844. 27
1IIE subscriber most res]
S P KING.
IY1 HE subscriber most respectfully informs the public,
1 that lie has taken possession of the well known Hotel
at the Indian Spring, lately occupied by Col. 11. Dillon.—
There are so many living witnesses, who can bear te.itimo-
ny to the wonderful benefits derived from the use of these
unequalled waters, that it is useless to speak of them here.
He assures all who are disposed to visit him, that no efforts
shall be wanting to provide all sucli luxuries as will tend to
their comfort; and to afford them all such means of amuse
mem ns will enable them to drive “ dull care away,” and
pass their time in pleasure.
[CP GAMING is strictly forbidden.
BRYAN W. COLLIER.
Indian Spring, Butts eo. March 26, 184"4. 2G tO
Mimadgeville, Nov, 2,1839. J
Analysis of tiie Water of the Indian Spring, Butts
Quantity, one pint, (wine measure,) or 23,875 cubic inches.
Preliminaries for a correct Analysts of this Spring.
Baroinctei 29,54 inches.
Temperature of the Atmosphere 63 deg. Fnrenhe;.
SpecificGravity 1,143, that of*distilled water being 1,000.
Axotic Gas,. - -WW cub '*° inche »’
Carbonic Acid Gas -L^00 do
Sulphuretted Hydrogen ” rt0
NADINE CONTENT S.
Carbonate of Magnesia P r “ ,ns -
Sulphate of Magnesia,.......... . -*71,528 do
Sulphate of Lime Z ,
Sulphate of Potash, 3,-Uo do
Total of Saline contents •
JOHN RUGGLES COTTING.
Stale Geologist of Georgia.
Tax Collector’s Notice.
mHE Citizens of Bibb county are hereby notified, that
A the subscriber will be ready to receive the Taxes for
- sw. ..s -^ssat.ftjssisr
Tax Collector of DM County.
July 16. 15
t HHE subscriber would inform tlie citizens of Macon and
A tlie public generally, that he hns taken the stand known
n* the old Post-Office, on Mulberry street, one door from
M 8 Newcomb A Co’s. Eating House and Bowling Alievs,
where be is prepared todoall kinds of work in the above
business, in a superir style. Rifles made to order.and war
ranted. Double Guns restocked, and all kinds of repairing
4 He bi l . l ‘»L e o P on tnd. a few fin. DOUBLE GUNS; Ri-
fle POWDER of a .Ulterior quality; GUN POWDER,
SHOT.of all sizes; Baldwin s Elastic GUN W ADDING,
wliiin PERCUSSION CAPS; split and ribbed do ; \\ nlic-
K-giUh Caps; POWDER FLASKS; SHOT
POUCHES; and all article* usually kept in l >' e ^ l ' lch
will be sold low for cash. L. S. ROGERS.
Macon. Jan 30. 1844 if
gun smith business.
nMHE subscriber continues to carry on this business at
JL his edd stand opposite Shotwell’s Drug Store, where
Doiiblc ttml Single Barrel Shot Gnus,
Itillcs, Pistols, ami all other knuls ol
REPAIRING, of all kind*, and stocking Gum, done at
short notice—also, Guns and Rifles altered to percussion
,OC Fc‘b. 80 21 F- HOUX.
T HE New York Contributionship Fire Insurance
Company, having established an Agency in Macon,
will Insure Buildings, Merchandize, Household Furniture
and every description of Property, apainst Lots or Dam-
age by Fire. BOND A MURDOCK, Agents.
Macon, April30,1844. 31 ly
THE' Undersigned, Agents for tlie
risks on Buildings,
Conn., are prepared to take
X Company of liartfon . .
Merchandize in Store and Cotton in
Ware-houses, inthe City of Macon and itsvictntty, again*
REA A COTTON, Ag’ts
Feb 7 93 ly
E llASTUS KIRTLAND isour authorized Agent, da-
I ring our absence from the Stale.
Mscon, May 31 36
WHITING Sc MIX.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
IALM of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair; Ilewand’s
> Tonic Mixture, a certain cure for Ague and Fever ;
Bristol's Sarsaparilla, for Scrofula, Cutaneous Diseasea.and
for all impurities #f the blood ; Evans’ Chamomile Fills, for
Nervous Debility, Sick Headache, and loss of appetite;
Soothing Syrup, for Children Teething; Hews' *> T .™™1
Liniment, a certain remedy for IUteun
cassar Oil, celebrated for beautifying and preserving the
Hair; Thompson's Eye-Water; Scuddcr's Eye-Water;
Scudder'a Acoustic Oil, for Deafness; Erosive Powder,
for removing stains, grease. Ac., from Dresses; Corral
Tooth Powder, in Boxes; RousscH's Shaving Cream, a ve
ry superior article; Lee's Pills; Bear's Oil; Corn Salve;
Phelps' Tomauo Pills; Solidified Copaiva; Extract Buch
er; Ewens’a Patent Spread Plasters; Cooper’s Corn
8alve; Seidlitz Powders, pure; Soda Powders ; Yeast Pow
ders, to mike Light Cakes or Bread, instantaneous.
June 4, 1844. 36
A LL persona having claims against B. S. Newcomb, or
U. S. Newcomb A Co. are requested to present them
for settlement; and all indebted, will save themselves trou
ble and expenses, by paying without wo having recourse
to the services of an attorney.
May 20, 1344. 34 B. S. NEWCOMB A CO.
BACON * BACON!!
QK Ann LBS. superior Gemgia Cured BACON—
Hauis, Shoulders, and Sides, for sale by
May 31 34 REDDING A WHITEHEAD.
®. W. & E. WOODRUFF,
T-4T AVE j“* t received, and are now opening, a fine as
X X sortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER
Consisting of Calicoes, Lawns and Muslins, Bnlzarinc Mus
lins; French and 8cptcli Ginglmms; Linen Lawns; Linen
Cambric Hdkfs; Irish Linens; Jaconet, Book, and Mull
Muslins; Check Muslins; Gleves and Hosieiy, of every
kind and quality; *
3,000 yards Georgia Nankeens;
Brown and Bleached Linen Drillsfor Pants; Brown and
Bleached and Grass Linen; Brown and colored Culton
Goods, for summer wear;
Palm Leaf 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 fzom'Cost.
Please call and see, at our Store,one door from Geo. W
Price, on Second street.
March 12 S4
CHEAP AND DESIRABLE
OPEMXG F0I1 TIIE SFUIKG 4.11) SOMEP. TRADE,
CRANE & CLARK’S.
rriHE subscribers of tlie People’s Store, are now making
X extensive arrangements for offering to their customers
a very extensive assortment of 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 cotemporaiies. Quick returns ami small prof
its, will be their motto, 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 nut to be undersold. Among the goods they keep
on hand and are constantly receiving, tnay be found, besides
many others, the following:
FOR THE LADIES,
Rich Dress Silks, superfine printed Stripes, Balzarines, Par.
is printed Satin and Lace, Muslins, rich French and English
Prints, black nnd bine black Bombazine, 4-4 and 6-4 plain
and Striped Muslins, 4-4 and 0 4 plain Muslins and Cam
brics, -J J and 6-4 Bishop Lawns; silk and cotion Hose, silk
nnd cotton Gloves and Mitts; Ladies Cravats, Bonnet Rib
bons, Ft encli Flowers, best Paris Kid Gloves; white and
black Lice Cardinals, rich Silk Shawls, black net Shawls,
cotton and Linen Birds eye Diaper,2,000 yards Russia do.
at 12) cents per yard; 2,000 yds Negro stripe Homespuns
at 12) cts a yard; 500 bolts Georgia Nankeen; 10,000 yds
bleached and brown Sheetings and Shirtings; 2,000 yards
Irish Linens from 37) to Si,25; pieces Earlston Ginghams
at 25 cts per yard; 25 do. at 33 nnd 37) cents; 50 doz. Lisle
Caps at SI n dozen; 1800 boxes silver plated Hooks and
Eyes nt 6) cents.
FOR THE GENTLEiTIEN,
Single milled Cassitneies. ribbed and printed Gambroons,
Linen Drills. Linen Cheeks, Check Ginghams, Gentlemen’s
Scarfs, Cravats, Silk Gloves. Ac.
Laities’ Silk Umbrellas, Parasols and Sunshades 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 Hall.
CRANE A CLARK.
April 2, 1844. 27
LOOK AT THIS!
T Setting par at~N*eic York Cost.
HE ondersigned, having determined to close their bn-
smess 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 81 18; Earlston Ginghams at
-5 and 31 Cts; Calicoes at all prices; printed Mnslins at 20
to 4o ; nch Balzarines at 45; French Bnlzsrine Muslins,
fast colors, nt 37); Baroge, Silk and Tarleton Mantles;
Eace Cardinals ; rich colored and black Dress Silks, a large
assortment; bordered and hem-stitclied Linen Cambnc
Handkerchiefs; Linen Table Diaper and Damask; 10-4 and
13-4 Linen Sheeting at 80 and 81 25; Irish Linen, fine;
Long Lawns, common, fine, and very fine ; Cotton aid Lin
en Good* for mens wear; rich Marseilles and 8afin Vest-
mgs; superfine Drop de Tea; Brown Shirtings at 6) cents
up; bleached do. at 5 to 18 cents; a large assortment of Rib
bons; a small assortment of Bonnets, Ac. Ac. together with
most articles usually kept in Dry-Goods Stores.
To a merchant wishing to engage in the business, the
most liberal terms will be offered, for undoubted pa per.—
Merchants and others wishing Goods in their line, will do
well to call, as their goods will be sold.
Macon, June 25 29 G. L. WARREN A CO.
millinery and fancy
JOHN L. JONES & CO.
SOLICIT attention to a New and Extensive assortment of
m fa c tuned tl»e past summer, from recently Imported
Goods, by Wm. T. Jennings tc Co., very favorably known
c?ty*^^ew York. 00851811^®^!^'"’ *‘-
Surfouts, FrocK Coats,
Pantaloons, ' Vests,
Dress Coats. Coatees, and
Office Coats, X’ravelling Coat
Indies' and Cotffrsirnb
In all the New and various styles;
Together with a very choice selection of
Silk and Satin .'carls. Cravats,
Mohair nnd Cashmere do Hosiery,
Under Vests, Gloves,
Suspenders, Lineu and Muslin Shirts,'
Collars, Stocks, Ac.
Including a general stork of
Youth’s A Children’s Clothing,
w m s si m a & a m, <& © n
Believing that the system of “ Small Profits and Quick
Returns.” is best suited to tlie times, they will offer their
Goods at prices that cannot fail to be an inducement to pur
Macon, October 10,1849. 2
AT THE NEW IIAT AND CAP STORK.
I ll IB subyriber lias received the SPRING
FASHION for llaU, die finest nud light
est article ever offered in this market. Also,
Panama, Leghorn. Palm Leaf, Drab Beaver,
Oner, Russia, nud Pearl Cassimer—broad
brim nnd fashionable. All of which will be sold low for
CASH. UEO. I. SHEPARD.
Macon, May 7, 1844. 32
ALBERT «. BUTTS,
A T hi, old stand, opposite the Washington Hall, lias re
ceived, within the last few weeks, a new and general
assortment of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
part of which consists of the following:
400 pieces English and American Prints,
50 do Cotton and Worsjed Balzarines,
50 do Printed Lawns nnd Cambrics,
10 do Satin Stripe Adrianoples,
20 do do do Organdies,
50 do Erlsteti Ginghams,*
10 do Seydia Stripes,
50 do Jaconet ami Cambric Mnslins,
25 do Lace Stripe Muslins,
20 do Cross Barred do
50 do Silk Handkerchief,,
100 do Furniture Prints,
10 hales Brown Sheeting, „ n
White and black Cotton Hose, Spool Thread, Needles,
Pins, nnd every other article usually called for, which will
be sold at the very lowest prices for Cash.
Macon, June 18,1844. 36
Ifl. S. BALL A CO’S.
GENERAL FORWARDING & COMMISSION HOUSE.
T HE Central Rail Road and Banking Company
of Georgia having granted to the subscribers the pn-
vilege of running an over iheir Road-during
the present year, with thepnvilege of an apartment under
their own Lock, they ofler superior advantages for the
prompt and safe conveyance of valuable Articles, Specie,
Sec. See. and are in hopes ot being able to make an arrange
ment with the Post Office Department, ly which they will
be allowed to carry n Mail Bag. , _ , . ..
They are prepared to receive and forward Goods ol all
descriptions, to nnd from Savannah nud Macon, and laterme
dime places, and between Savannah and Charleston, with
the greatest safely and despatch; and will also pay particu
lar attention to the purchase of Goods, collection and pay
ment, of Drafts, Notes and Bills, and iransactingall kinds of
business in the above places. , .
They have also extended their arrangement-to run their
Express by the Southern Boat, to Ficolata, in Florida, and
intermediate places on that route. , ,
They intend to put on Teams, to run regularly through
from Macon to Columbus, under their own chargc ( to carry
all kjnds of Merchandize, with all reasonable despatch and
safety, on the first of October next.
MACON—Office nt the Washington Hall.
SAVANNAH- Office at No. 153 Day street.
DO. N. rkilbrick, Agent, for receiving and
forwarding Goodtand Merchandise.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.—Amos Head, Agent,office No.
96. East Day.
July 4 40 tf y _M.8.nAL^A CO.
HE Co-partnership heretofore existing unaer the nsine
ju of HAMILTON Sc WINN, expires tins day by its
limitation. All person, indebted, are roqueted to p.y upffie
amount u r their indebtedness to John D. Winn; and those
lieme^ 1 ""** W ’“"‘wHAMILTON.
Uncoil, July 9,1941 U JOHN D. WINN.
M rs. w. h. »ori:ik
would respectfully announce
to the Ladies of Macon and country
generally, that she is now opeuilg,
on Cotton Avenue, opposite Mess*,.
Scott Se Caritart, and next duorto
the Messrs. Orrs, an entire neiv
Stock of the most Fashionable «r.d
Latest Style of GOODS, adapted lo
the above Business; all of which has been selected by one
of the best judges io. New York City. Great inducement!
will be held out to purchasers foi CASH; in consideratioi
of which, she solicits a share of public patronage.
N. B.—Orders from Town or Country, thankfully reociv
cd and promptly attended to. Her motto will ever be—
“Promptness without delay, and punctuality with despatch.’ 1
Macon, Nov 7,1843 * f
The expressions, rich Hood and poor blood, have a
scientific basis. The ridicule which many hare attempt
ed to cast on these common-sense opinions, must recoil
upon themselves as surely as that Truth will prevail.
rriHE effect of this celebrated medicine, is to partly 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 have required medicine. And it is because of the
power “Brandretli’s Pills are NOW known to possess as
health-restorers, that renders them so popular.
They cure all affections, simply because they make the
blood purr—abstract out of ittliose qualities which produce
disease, and give to it those qualities which produce health.
Now, eveiy solid part of the human frame is made from
the blood and the food we eat is converted into blood to sup
ply the waste our bodies are continually sustaining. So. in
the ordinary course 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 ours
is unsound, occasioned by some cause or oilier; it may refer
to the preceding generation; no matter, we make impure
blood, and if so, cannot be lieallby. Or, .oppose tlie air we
liavc lived in for 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 much
troubled—for grief, anxiety, or great attention to any partic
ular point, is sure to occasion bad effects on the blood. Any
of these causes existing, good blood cannot be supplied to
Bullet Brandretli’s Pillsbe used daily, under these cir
cumstances. in doses of from two to six Pills, or as the care
shall determine. What is their effect? It is to carry off
tlie impure mailers from the blood, leaving only the good to
renew every part of tlie body. Wbnt was unsound now be
comes sound, and the stomach soon gets into so healthy a
condition, that even bad air or uuwliolesome food, for a time,
are unable to injure tlie health materially. Even when the
climate or food continue unhealthy, the occasional use of the
Brandrelb Pills will separate tlie impure parts and cause
their expulsion, leaving what is good to sunn'-
••rei>ttth. , oA>oJNvlTi.o every ramification of
the frame is out of order, the Brandreth Pills, will, in nine
teen cases out of twenty. CURE. Remember that the body
can be entirely re-made from tlie food, bones and all; and
aided by lliismost beneficent medicine, in a quarter of time
it takes in the ordinary course of nature. Ill from two to
four years ail entirely new, healthy body can be exchanged
for tlie unsound, tlie diseased, 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 graduatedjust as the patient pleases.—
No possible injury can result from this; nothing but good
can follow. Enquire the eflect of Brandretli’s Pills among
your unprejudiced friends; you will hear sufficient to satis
fy you that there is No risk in making the trial, and that you
will not be doing yourself justice without it.
When your blood is once PURE, nothing in the shape of
food will hardly come amiss; nothing will soar upon your
stomach; you may eat pies, or any think in reason ; and the
greater variety of food, the better blood is made. All who
nave weak stomachs, who are dyspeptic, or in any way af
flicted in body, should, without delay, resort to Brandreth’*
pills—which will, indeed, strengthen the life principle, and
by perseverance with them, entirely renew the whole body ;
the materials now in it good, will be kept so; those bad, dis
placed and removed. Good blood cannot make bad bone
or bad flesh. And bear in mind, tlie Brandretli’s Pills sure
ly purify tlie blood.
The method of preparing the Brandrethian Vegetable
Extracts, i. secured by Letters Patent of the United States
—Patent granted to Benjamin Brandrcth,20ih Jan. 1643.
The extracts of which Brandretli’s Pills are composed,
arc obtained by this new patent process, without boiling or
any application. The active principle of the herbs is thus
secured, the same us it is in die living vegetable.
The public should be cautious of medicines recommend
ed in advertisements stolen from me.
A sure test of genuine Brandetli Pills: Examine the box
of pills; then look at the certificate of agency, whose en
graved date must he within tlie year, which every author
ised agent must posses*; if the three labels on the box agree
with the three label* on the certificate.- tlie pills are true—if
not, they are false. „ _ ,
The pills are sold at 25 cents per box, at No. 241 Bread-
way, 274 Bowery, and 241 Hudson street. New York. Mrs.
Booth, 5 Market street. Brooklyn; and by 20,000 agents in
the United States and Canada, whose certificates and pills
should lie carefully examined before purchase is made.
For sale at the BOOK-STORE of J. Barnes, Macon,
Macon, Jnly 2, 1844. 40 3m
ON COTTON AVENUE,
r,ro door, aboveHossrs. J. II. A IV. S. ELLIS’
H AVING MOVED to the above Stand, offers
puklic, a large Stock of
SLA NX BOOKS, &C.&C.
CHEAP FOR CASH.
Bimilyand Pocket Bibles, Prayer and Hymn Books, of
evey kind snd size, in various binding.
S.uthern and Missouri Harmony, Kingsley's Social
Choir. Juvenile Singing Book. Mason’s Sacred
Harp, Base Primmer, Dictionary of Musical
Terms, fire. <£e.
Elnnli Books of every description, Court Re
cord, mid Docket Books, various sizes.
Ledgers, Journals and Dat Books-, Invoice, Re
cord, Letter, Bill and Receipt Books ; In
dexes, for Ledgers, Pocket Memoran
dums A Pocket Ledgers, Ac. Ae.
J. B. would respectfully invite teachers and others who
may want SCHOOL BOOKS, to call and examine his stock
which’ will he sold at the lowest possible prices, For Cash-
wbolesale and retail.
He also recoives as soon as published all the new works
from the Harper’s and other publishing houses ir. New
York, Boston and Philadelphia, embracing all tbe cheap,
and fashionable literature of the day, which he sellsat New
Constantly on hand a stock of LAW BLANKS, printed
on the best foolscap paper.
Macon, Oct. 4,1843. 2
jt./n hio.wihl e
HAT AND CAP
T IIE subscribers have received their stock of Summei
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 ia invited.
May 7 33 J. L. JONES A CO.
H. & J. COWLES,
H AVE now on hand, at the Store formerly occupied bj
Messrs. J- B. Ross A Co., a general assortment of
Planters’ Supplies, consisting of
Groceries, Staple Dry-Goods,
HARDWARE, SHOES, Ac. Ac.
Macon, Oct 35, 1843 6
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 rare inducements to city
and country purchasers.
Possessing advantages excelled by no Hat Establishment
in the- State, be will afford his Good* at as foie, or perhaps
lower prices. Every style of HATS AND CAPS may
be found at bis Store.
Bearer, lYtitria, Cnnuimcr, Ifffolc-Sltin,
Angolin, and Silk
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Oiler, Shetland Seal, Nutria, and muskrat.
Men’s and Youths’ Cloth and Velvet CAPS,
OF ALL KINDS,
DONE AT SHORT NOTICE, IK A If EAT STYLE, AND
ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS,
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
PAMPHLETS, CIRCULARS, LAW BLAMKS, HAUCBILLS,
HORSE BIIiIiS, IiASEIiSj
USE IIE CEtr TS7
& c. &c. &c.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
□Efi HL* UNV SS
Of use in this State, printed on fine paper, in legal form,
constantly kepton hand, and for sale at very low prices.
Macon, June 1. 1843. 38
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
^NONTINUED supplies of
the best quality of the a-
bore articles, suitable for Phy
sicians, Merchants, and Fami
lies, received and for sale by
J. H. & W. S. ELLIS.
fune 4,1844. 36 Cotton Avenue, Macon, Ge.
•iriUSSC STORE* JtMCOsY.
F OR the speedy and effectual extirpution of all species
and symptoms of the sylph it ic disease, Professor VLS-
PKINI S PILLS stand unnralled. They have long been
in general use in the piincipal 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 and unexampled success or 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 the globe. It is truly sur
prising to observe bow speedily and harmless it enters into
every miuute channel, effectually dislodging every. germ,
annihilating 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 ihiscom-
Pl Full and explicit directions accompany each box of these
Fills, and a statement of some of the mo3t prominent symp
toms is laid down ns a guide to tlie patient in distinguishing
one form ol this disease from another; also, a statement,
showin** the result of tbe treatment of one hundred cases
with these Pills alone, ia one of the most distinguished hos
pitals in France.
O’ Price 81.50 per box.
For sale in Macon, bv J. H. & W. 8. ELLIS, Druggists
—and by tbe principal bruggista in Savannah and Augusta.
Feb 27,1844. S ~ 6m *
Ladies’ Riding Caps,
O F superior quality, and a variety of patterns—to which
the attention of the Ladies is particularly invited.
Together with several new styles of Gentlemen’s Cloth
Caps, Navy Caps, Ac. Just received and for sale by
April 30 31 GEO. I. SHEPARD.
Snuff and Tobacco.
jyjACABOY, Scotch, and American Gentleman Snuff,
tt » t e1T
June 4, 1844. 3£
Vegetable Universal Medicines,
piORsale bv GEO. W. PRICE A CO
Exchange on JVew-York,
OR.ale by THOS. TAYLOR.
October 3 *
F'RST,... i™kt v]sv 8H0TWIll .
H A V £ cons anlly on band, and offer fi r sale at prices
as low as cm be purchased in tlie southern country, a
plendid assortment of
from tbe Celebrated and long established Manufactories of
fif Clark and Jf. Chickering.
The well 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 rears.
ALAR GE ASSORTMENT OF
VIOI.INS, HtJI’XKIOR GUITARS,BUCI1E8,
TBOHBONB8, TBIUIPETS. HORNS,
FIVES, Arc. Arc. Arc.
Violin, Guitar, and other Strings; Clarionet Reeds
Tuning Hammers and Forks ; Violin Bows; Music Pa
per, Ac. Ac.forming as complete anassorunent of musissl
merchandize, ns can be foundin the «nntliariwwu«.i— .
euabled to selltiieir goods atthe very lowest prices.
JJ. A V. have in addition to their catalogue, an ussjrt-
ment of FOREIGN MUSIC.
05 s * Music sold at reduced prices.
May 17. 1842. 33
Gentlemen’s JVavr Caps:
A LARGE LOT OF
Men’s and Bovs’ Black and Drab
Together with an extensive Stock of
Men’s and Boys’ Black and Drab
WOOL HATS, sfcc.
03 d The attention of those in want of any articles in this
line, is respectfully invited.
Store on Second Street, a few doors abova the Wash
ington Hall, and adjoining the Shoe Store of Messrs. Wbi
ting A Mix.
Otter, Mink, nnd Raccoon Stains,
for which the Cash will be paid.
Macon. Jan 30, 1844 18 GEO. I. SHEPARD.
DRUGS. MEDICINES. «&c.
To Physicians and Planters t
T IHE subscriber is now receiving every week, fresh sup
plies of MEDICINES, which are very carefully se
lected for him inthe 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 terms. The quality of the
articles will be the very best, and the prices ns low as if
they attended personally to the purclinse of th Nn.
May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Ilotok
A FEW dozen Gallighan’s Pills, an infallible remedy
for Chills and Fever, just received and for sale by
May 14 33 Corner opposite the Contra] Hotel.
WHOLESALE AlUI RETAIL.
GEO. JM. KE1IBERE1%
R ESPECTFULLY informs his old customers and the
public generally, that lie is now receiving from the
celebrated Hat Manufactory of Joh.v Hl'ST A Co., a very
extensive assortment of
HATS AND CAPS,
embracing every style aud quality. Among his assortment
may be found
doz. fashionable Beaver Hats,
A BEAUTIFUL article of Bleached Sperm Oil. for sale
by HARVEY SHOTWELL.
May 14 33
Carpenters’s ami Santis’ Sarsa
F OR sale at the proprietors’ prices, by
May 14 33
Corner opposite the Central Hotel:
Mallatt’s Fills ami Hitters,
F OR sale atthe proDrietor’s prices.by
‘ HARVEY SHOTWELL.
May 14 33 Corner opposite the Control Hotel.
JLinsectl Oil and Tram Oil,
F OR sale low by HARVEY SHOTWELL,
Corner opposite the Central Hotel.
O F superior quality, just receivod and for sale by
May 14 HARVEY SHOTWBI
Faints ami Oils.
fTflA KEGS Nos.I and 2 While Lead,
tlULr 300 gallons Linseed Oil,
800 do Lamp Oil,
With a variety of Colors for Painters’ use, for ale by
July 6 40 CHAS. CAMPBELL A CO
1 doz. Angola Silk Hats.
ONE HUNDRED DOZEN
Reaver, .Vittria and Russia
ON COTTON AVENUE AND SECOND STREET
&c. Ac. Ac.
OFFERS FOR SALE, AT VERY LOW PRICES
»>/ w i BAGS old Java, Rio, Cuba, and Laguira Coffee;
OUU 25 hhds St. Croix and Porto Rtco Sugars,
5,000 lbs. Standard Crushed and Double Loaf Sugar.
20 lihls Cuba Molasses,
30 bores Castile, Fancy, and Variegated Soaps,
40 da Sperm and Hull’s Patent Candles,
30 do Colgate’s and Hull’s Steam Soap, No. I,
800 Stcks Salt, large size,
20 boxes Tobacco,
25 dizen Long-liandle Shovels and Spades,
100 kegs Cut Nails and Brads, 1,000 lbs. Bar Lead,
COO lis. Smoothing Irons, 200,000 Cut Tacks,
50,000 lbs. Swedes Iron, assorted, 1) to 10 in. wide,
3.000 Ibe. German Blistered and Cast Steel,
100 bags Patent Shot, 10 doz. Wilaon’s Coffee Mills,
UOdoz. Halter Chains, 100 do*, inperior Blacking,
20 do Shoe Brushes, 10 do Curry-Combs,
15 do Patent Razor Straps. *
10,000 Jbs. Hollow Ware, (assorted sizes.)
50 reams super Blue A White Ruled Letter A Cap Papcr-
60 do Wrapping Paper,
500 boxes Table Salt,
600 ps. superior Guany and heavy Dundee Bagging,
1,000 lbs. three-ply Bagging Twine,
10 boxes Cotton nnd Wool Cards,
40 dozen Pails, Mats, Brooms, and Seivcs,
60 do Pen, Pocket, and Fancy Knives,
75 do Knives and Forks,
100 do Quilled Top, Side,and Dressing Combs,
12,000 SEGARS. „ ,
20 boxes Imperial, Hyson, Pouchong nnd 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
HJITS, CAPS, SADDLERY,
Boots and Shoes.
Macon, Nov 14.1843. 7
Choice Canal Flour.
fresh supply jus' r£ce q- v ^ < ojj^s Baylor,
0 On Cotton Avenue and Second st.
O N Second street, a fresh supply of French Calf Boots
superior article. Also, Ladies Shoes, of various kinds
j u l Y 2 40 WHITING A MIX
Inverness, Dundee, and Gunny
T HE subscribers have on hand and offer for salo on ac
commodating terms, a large and well selected stock of
Cotton Bagging, consisting of _
Inverness, Mackintosh brand, i| to 1|—44 In-
do, do. lj to —42
Dundee, Sun Heap, Double Thread, 2 to 1 J—44 to 46 11
do. Russia, Hemp, Sanderson, 2 to —44 “
do. do. Baxters, 2 to 14—42 to 44 «•
Gunny Bagging, ANDREW °LOWACa
Savannah, June 28.1844. * 2m 40
Messenger copy an,
ISTlL tfc J. W. ELDER,
H AVE removed their STOCK OF GOODS to the
Store lately occupied by E. Blake, adjoining Ousrcy
A Jewett’s Ware-House.
Macon, June 2, 1844. 36 . .
.jriacon Iron Brass Foundry
A YD MACHINE SHOP.
mtf ILL and Gin Getting, Steam Engine Uork, Iron
It JL and Grass Castings of every deseription, made to
order,m l M achine Work inJGeneral, corner ol Lourtu
and Walnut Streets. ,,
O* The bigbcstprices will be pam for Ola Coppci,
^anVAT* 1 ’ CaBtrrO,, U0BT. FINDLAY.
J UST RECEIVED, a lot of Calf-Skins, a superior arti-
e liJ?. fos GEO- w rotcE.
warranted more durable lian any Huts ever sold
20 doz. do. '•»-•#.—, »»
20 doz. black and drab Sporting Hats,
Together with a general assortment of
CONSISTING IN PART OF
3 doz. PBEMIUM OTTER CAPS,
5 doz. 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 besoldlorCash.atpriceswhichcau-
not fail to give satisfaction.
Purchasers are invited to call and examine nt the old
stand, sign of the “BIGHAT,’’ Mulberry Street.
Beaver, Otter, Mink, & Coon Skins,
lf.lA'TJEJO, fur which the cash will bo paid.
Macon. Oct 17.1643. 3
1 /Y HHDS. St. Croix Sugar,
iUl5 do Porto Rico do
5 bis. Crashed do
5 do Powdered do
6 boxes Refined Loaf Sugar,
150 bags Rio Coffee,
95 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 4,1844. 36 A. G. BUTTS.
H. & J. COWLES,
H AVE just teceivcJ, Freeh Mackerel,
Canal Flour, Itegaln fc Principe Segar*,
New Buckwheat, in half and quarter banehi.
Bagging. Sugar, Coffee, &c. Ac.
Macon. Nov 28 9
NEW BOOTS AND SHOES.
'Just Received on Second Street.
fTIHE undersigned would inform thoir
X friends and the public generally, that
they have received a large assortment of
GENTS. FINE HOOTS and SHOES;
with a full supply of low priced SEWED
and TEG BOOTS, and SHOES. Also, Ladies’ SHOES
of all hinds and qualities, with a full supply of MISSES’ A
CHILDREN'S SHOES,.wmch^hev wg<d3,-,-tr,y 0 n3 price
Mscon, April 9.1844
WHITING A MIX.
NEW BOOTS AKD SHOES.
T HE subscribers have received, da
ring the last two weeks, and are
constantly receiving, a large, new snd well
selected stock of HOOTS and SHOES,
of B |1 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 on hand, Soal Leather, CalfSkins,
Lining*. Lasts, Thread. Shoe Pecs, and all other articles
used in manufacturing Boots and Shoes.
Atthe old stand, sign of the Big Boot, Mulberry street.
Macon, May 7, 1844. 32 STRONG A WOOD.
1 000 1,BS ’ Bees ' Va3t ’ b ^
Two doors above Boardman’s Book :
For Sale at Bailey’s Drug Store,
1 rhfk boxes Window Glass. 300 kegs White Lead,
300 gallons Linseed Oil,5bbls. Spirit Turpentine,
2 bbls. Copal Varnish, 1 do. Japan do.
300 gallons Lamp Oil, 200 gallons Train Oil,
100 gallons Neatsfoot Oil.
May 14,1844. 33
A A Apr- Trace Chains,
Trace Chains, Anvils, Bellows
20 pr. Blacksmith's Bellows.
150 Hand and Sledge Hammers,
40 double hand Screw Plate;,assorted,) to 1 inch.
40 Fifth Chains, 2,000 lbs. Hook Hinges,
100 sets Wagon Boxes, 300 lbs. Bagging Twine,
10a Tea Kettles, 190 Sauce Pans.
1,000 lbs. Bar Lead, 20 dozen Knob Locks,
1 Iron Chest. AL80,
A complete assortment of
Pen and Pocket Knives,
TABLE KNIVES & FORKS,
Just received and for aale by
Macon, Nov 14.1843. 7 E. B. WEED.
Bagging and Rope.
AAA riECES heavy Gunny Bagging,
J7UU 100 “ Kentucky do
50 “ Rusia, do
200 “ Coils Monilla Rope,
500 lbs. Bagginp Twine.
For sale on reasonable terms by imm., T
CHAS. CAMPBELL ACo.
August. 2 ^
200 French worked Collars.
T74INE Muslin and heavy work. As we bought them at
JD Auction in New York, we can sell them at 50 cents a
Call soon for bargains, at
CRANE A CLARK’S.
April 9, 1844
A CURE for all disorders arising from a bad state or
th’e blood, for sale at _
,.. JAMES W. BAILEY’S.
Jnly 1C, 1844. 42
A LIKELY MULATTO WOMAN, a good Sean
stress and Pastry Cook. Ft r particulars, apply to
GEC RGE ROBINSON,
June 18 38 Office late Ocmulgee Hank.
J UST received, nn ossortinmt of Bird’s Eye and plain
Tuscan Bonne s; also, a few Ashland Chip, abeautiful
article. GEO. W. PRICE.
July 23,1844. 43
Prime Geese Feathers.
nnA LBS. iust received anil for sale by
JLU11U GRAVES, WOOD A CO
GRAVES, WOOD & CO.
•OESPEC’iFULLY inviup the attention of Merchants
Bv and Planters to theii Stock of
HARD WAKE, SHOES, Ac.
now in store, and to which constant additions of fresh goods
will be added during itie season, rondei-inii their assort,n,nt
at all times very complete, and which will b« sold low for
cash or to good customers.
The following goods may be found in ibeir nssorlmcnt:
5 Bales Ticking,
10 “ Osnabnrgs,
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 Muslins.
Muslins and Lawns,
Ky. Jeans and Saltinctls,
Fancy Hdkfs. and Shawls,
Black and colored Linen Thread,
Cambrics. Vestings, Ribbons, Tapes, Cores,
Sewing Silks, Ac., Ac.
100 Cases Men’s, Wotnetfs and Children’s Shoes,
15 “ Bonnets (all kinds)
200 Doz. Falm Leaf Hats (all kinds)
200 Reams Letter, Foolscap, and Wrapping Paper,
2 Casks Sad Irons, 1 cask Curry Combs,
0 “ C. S. and Carolina Hoes, 2 do Traces,
Wagon Boxes, Fry Pans, Sauce Pans,
Tea Kettles, Knives and Forks,
Pocket and Card Knives. •
Tad Locks, Plate Locks,
Butt Hinges nnd Screws, 200 lbs. Pins "
Buttons end Combs of every description.
Percussion Caps, Spoons, Ac. Ac.,
25 Hhds. P. B-, 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 Fresli Teas,
30 Tons Iron, Flat, Round, and Square (uR aiz, f )
Cast. German and Blister Steel,
Anvils, Vices aud Bellows,
Kegs Nails and Brads,
Bagging, Rope and Twine,
200 Bags Shot,
2000 lbs. Bar Lead, •«— k*l_
King & Collins’ Axes,
Colton Cards, No. 8 and 10.
10 u ^Vinegar.
Ceroons Indiffc*, Sal Era»is,
Epsom Salts, Madder, ,Gii<cc
Pepper, Spier. Nutmegs. Ci<>
Cassia, Camphor, Brimstone,
Blue Stone,Salt Petre,
PoinU, Oils, Glass. Putty,
Sperm Oil, &c., &c.