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[. NO. 22. MACON, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1845. WHOLE NUMBER 958.
oy CI1TTO.V AVENUE A secokd street,
WHOi.ESALK AND RETAIL DEALER IN
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Choice Groceries, Hardware, Cutlery, Bools
and Shoes, Huts and Caps, Saddlery, Sec.
■w-jrroULD particularly invite MERCHANTS and
PLANTERS to call and examine liis extensive
»n,l well selected Stock before purchasing elsewhere, as h
g determined to mnke the prices correspond fully with the
times. The following comprise a part of his stock :
AFFGHAN SATINS, anew article for dresses.
CASHMERE, Crape, and Super Mouseline de Lainet,
ALPACCAS, Silk and Gimp Fringes.
GINGHAMS, Super Chene and genuine Scotch.
CAMBRICS. Plain, Striped and Checked.
MUSLINS. Jaconet. Book, Ac.
LACES. Quilling. Lisle, Edging, A Lace Keck Ties
HOSIERY. Shins and Diawers.
"CRAVATS. Black Silk, Printed, and Fancy Plaid.
HANDKERCHIEFS, a great variety.
SHAWLS, GOO Plaid de Laine. Chene,Prussian, Print-
•fed. Nett. and Woolen Shawls, and Comfortea.
~ FLANNELS, White. Red, and Yellow.
Brown Linon TABLE COVERS. Irish Linen.
GLOVES, MITTS, SUSPENDERS,. Garters and
•v-iving 5ilk,JS!P00L COTTON, and Linen Thread;
yarded Skirt*. Corset Laces,Presses,Pins, Needles, Tapes,
'Thimble., Tuck, duili.and Dress Combs.
KENTUCKY .IE/NS, and super Twilled Kerseys.
NEGRO KERSEYS and Lindseys.
PACKAGES, Brown fir.d Bleached Shirtings and Sheet
in p -s, Ticks, Checks and Stripes.
?0o r pt. London D ilTil BLANKETS.
COO Negro Blankets, twilled hnd heavy,
4000 pr. Negro Brogans, a superibr article,
100 Ladies, Men’s, and Boy s Saddles,
Bridles, Martingales, Whips, and Collars,
1500 Bleached Sacks Salt, large size,
100 Biles 46 inch. Gunny Bagging, veiy heavy,
COO Piece! 44 inch. Dundee and Russia, do.
~.’,0 do. 44 inch. Gilroy’s superior 2 lb. Brand,
3o0 Coils J and j inch Manilla Bale Rope,
2000 lbs. superior Bagging Twine,
50 doz. Plough Lines and Bed Cords,
. 20 hhds. Cuba Molasses.
73 do St. Croix, and Form Rico Sugars,
”0 Bbls. Crashed and Powdered Sugar,
20 Boxes Standard Loaf and Havnnna Sugar,
350 Bags old Java. Rio, Laguira. and Cuba Coffee,
•10 Boxes Sperm Candles, aixes 4’a, 5's, and 6’*,
HAT AND CAP
90 Boxes Sperm - .
20 •• Hull's Patent Candles assorted,
25 “ Hull's and Colgate’s Soap. Kl I.
30 " Castile. Fancy, and Variegated Soaps,
20 " Colgate’s Super Pear Starch,
600 “ Table Salt, a prime article,
20 “ Tobacco, some very choice for chewing,
40.000 lbs. Swedes Iron, assorted, flat and square bar,
German, Blistered and Cast Steel,
150 Kegs Nails and Brads,
500 lbs. Waggon Boxes,
15,000 " Hollow Ware,
200 pr. Trace Chains,
13 doz. Coffee Mill*. »
12 " Iron Wire Sifters,
30 " Pad Locks.
20 " Curry Combs,
1200 lbs. Bar Lead,
50 doz. Blacking,
IS Boxes Colton Cards,
500 lbs. Sid Irons.
50 doz. Tubs, Pails and Mats,
25 •• Halter Chains,
20 “ Shovels and Spades,
20 *' Carolina Hoes,
10 “ Collin’s Axes,
20 " Tea Kettles, No 1, 2 and 3,
150 Bags Patent Shot, *
20 dot. Shoe and Horse Brushes,
Pen, Pocket, and Fancy Knives, Table Knives and
Forks, Tea and Table Spawns, Scjssors. Razors, and Straps,
£hoe Knives and Rasps, Percussion Caps, Cut 1 acks, and
150 Reams Wrapping. Cap. and Letter Paper.
50 lbs. London, Sealing Wax and Wafers, Blue and
300 Kegs White Lead,
73 Boxes Window Glass,
10 Casks London Porter,
30 doz. Saratoga Water,
10 •• Hay Water,
',10 llbla. Cider Vinegar.
Const Van**. Spirii. .r..rq<-nime. .“Spanish nrown. tK*d-
, C.r'»Mun, Brimstone. Indigo, f ig-BIue.
der. Blue Stone, uoppew*. .5 '
Scotch, and Macaboy Snuff. Epsom Salts. Salt Petre,
.Cratas, Mustard. Camphor. Oppodeldoe. Castor Oil, Sweet
Oil. Magnesia. Cologne. Macaroni. Preston Salts, Lees
Pill., Bateman’s Drops. British Oil, Tooth Powder and
Brushes, Spices of all kinds, Imperial, Hyson, and Pouclnn
T U*XTRA*F aUILY FLOUR, Buckicheat, and Soda
Biscuit, of superior quality, will be received WEEKLY
throughout the reason.
.10,000 SEGAR5. Manilla Cheroots, -Plantation Normas,
Principes, Regalias, Vueltaba"era, and India Caaadora
Psaatelas, all selected with much ca-e, and those fond of a
choice article, will please call and examine for themselves.
JOSEPH N. SEYMOUR
W OULD respectfully inform his customers and the
public, that he has on hand, and will be receiving
during the present motiih, a general assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
HARDWARE «fc SHOES,
all of which have been selected with great care, expressly
fir thi. market, and will be sold on ns reasonable terms as
any Other establishment in the city, consisting in part of the
10 hhds. fine Sugar, 100 bags Rio Coffee,
50 Java anil Laguira Coffee, 5hhds. Trinidad Molasses,
200 sacks Salt, 5 tons Iron.
0 boxes Loaf Sugar, Tea of all descriptiona,
Powdered and CrusheJ Sugar,
Sperm Candles. Soap. Starch, Saleralis, Spices, Ac.
Ram, Gin, Whiskey, Brandy, Wines. Jamaica Rum
tad Holland Gin.
10 bales Gunny Bagging,
75 pieces Kentucky Bagging,
25 do Russia do.
75 coils Rope—Manilla and Kentucky,
300 lbs. Twine.
150 pieces Prints.
5 bales Brown Sheeting and Shirting,
50 pieces Kerseys,
20 pieces Kentucky Jeans,
3 bales 8 and 9 quarter Blankets,
30 pair fine Bed Blankets.
Sstineus, Ginghams, De Lanes, Silk Handkerchiefs, Cot*
to.. Hose, (while and black.) Stocks, Suspenders. Flannels,
Liaens, Shawls, Bleached Gooda, Drillings. Cotton Handkfs
Cotton Orniabutgs and Yarns, Spool Thread,with numerous
15 boxes Russet Brogans, good quality.
12 do Black do. do. do.
Kip do do. do.
Men’s CalfSkin Shoes,
Boys Russet Shoes,
do Boys Black Shoes,
do Boys and Children’s Kip Shoes,
Ladies Shoes of every description,
Macon, Sept 17, 1844.
WINSllIP & POPE,
A RE now opening a general ind complete stock of Goods
in Macon, (Cotton Avenue,) Consisting of MTA*
fie AND DOHElfTIC DRY GOODI and
Ha's and Cap., Hard-Ware and Cutlery, Drugs and Medi-
tinej. Paints and Oils. Glass and Putty, Crockery and
Glass-Ware, Mill and Cross cut Saws, Blacksmith# Tools,
ilirgingand Rope, Salt, Iron and Steel, Blankets, Kerseys,
Btunets, Ac. A splendid lot of Saddles, and a general as-
aatlmciu of ladies and gentleman's Shoes and Boots, latest
•tjle. Bridle, Harness, Upper and Sole pateii; Leather.
Deal apple Vinegar.
ALSO, _ _
A supply of NTrgvo Nh«M*« made at Forsyth by I. Win-
'Hlf. all of which is nlTered to the public, very cheap for
jjASIL They will also Manufacture all kinds of Saddles.
DriJlc, and Harness, Trunks, Collars, Carpet Bags, Whips
Rr.PAint.VG pose at the shortest notice. ,f3]
N. It. The highest market price will be paid for HIDES,
TALLOW and BEESWAX.
WILLIAM M. POPE.
®*PbJ4, 1841. 52 54
FRESH CIlRDEf SEEDS.
^GENERAL assortment of WARRANTED Freeh
Garden Seeds, with directions for planting accompany-
! n 5 each paper. Merchanu anti others aupplied in suita-
quantities. For sale by
„ J. H. ft W. 8. ELLIS,
ytt 29,1844. 5 Cotton Avenue, Macon
T * E. 3AUL8BURY. will -men this day. a superior
U • l»i of FRENCH CLOTHS. FANCY CA8SI-
■ *YyE8 ft VESTINGS, direct from the French market
•‘ New York, which th»f will sell verji' w for cash.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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 hare inducements to city
and country purchasers.
Possessing advantages excelled by no Hat Establishment
in the State, lie will afford his Goods at as tow, or perhaps
lower prices. Every style of HATS AND CAPS may
be found at his Store.
Fashionable, Medium, and Broad Brim
Denver, Nivtrinj CauiiUdrj ItdiniA, Mdtr^Skin
Aagolin, and Milk Iffnla.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
T HE subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and the
public, that he is uow receiving an extensive assortment
of Drugs, Medical preparations, Paints, Oils, Dyestuffs, Pa
tent Medicines, and Perfumery. The articles have been
laid in on the most advantageous terms; are of the best
quality, as he is determined to vend no other; and will be
sold, wholesale or retail, for cash or satisfactory town accep
tances. on the lowest terms that can be afforded in this sec
tion of the country. Physicians, Country Merchants, and
others, are invited to call and judge for themselves.
JAMES W. BAILEY.
K3* His Store is two doors above Boardman’s Book and
Stationary Esrablishmcnt, Mulberry street, Macon, Ga.
Ts PhyiriaUM Bud Planters x
rilH E subscriber is now receivingeverv week, fresh sup
pbc» of MEDICIJ|E8, which are very carefulb
lected for him in the Northern i
Oiler, Shetland Nenl, Nfutrla, and ITIuakral*
Men’s and Youths* Cloth and Velvet CAPS,
Gentlemen’s Navv Caps;
A LARGE LOT OF
Men’s and Hoys’ Black and Drab
Together with an extensive Stock of
Men’s and Boys’ Black and Drab
WOOL HATS, &c.
IkT 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
Otter, Mink, and Raccoon Skins,
for which the Cash will be paid.
Macon. Jan 30.18-14 18 GEO. I. SHEPARD.
WRITING & MIX
R ESPECTFULYinvite the attention
of their friends and the public gen-
| erally, to their 6tock of BOOTS and
SHOES* to which weekly additions will
be made during the season. Our assort
ment embraces tbe following descriptions:
2000 pairs Men’s best black Brogans,
1000 '* Men s second rate black Brogans,
1500 H Men's best russet Brogana,
700 “ Men’s second rate russet Brogans,
1000 ** Men's best double sole blsck Brogans,
1200 “ Boy’s bestblack and russet Brogmis,
COO ** Youths, 41 u •• —
1000 14 Men.s best kip Brogans,
600 44 Men’s second rate kip Brogans,
300 •* Men’s best double sole calf Sc kip Brogans,
500 41 Boy’s best kip Brogans,
800 44 Youths* best kip Brogans,
4 1200 41 Ladies leather and seal Brogans,
300 44 Ladies’ leather and seal Shoes,
300 44 Ladies calf Brogans,
20 cases Men’s thick and kip Boots,
8 * 4 Boy ,s thick and kip Boots,
5 44 Youths’ thick and kip Boots,
100 paires Gents’ fine French calfBonts,
75 44 Gents* midling fine French calf Boots,
100 41 Gents.Uonble sole calf Boots.
100 44 Gents, stout sole calf Boots,
3 cases Genu’ and Ladies’ India Rubber Over Shoes
A general assortment of Ladies, Misses and Children's
Leather, Kid and Morocco Walking Shoes of all kinds and
qualities! Ladies. Misses and Children’s Gaiters and half
Gaiters, thick and thin soles of all discretions, all of which
will be sold at the lowest possible prices.
Also Calf Skin*, Sole Leather, Thread, Pees of all sizes.
Boola inaue aim repala^^l iu viicu|/vs9iuiv mannct.
Macon. Oct. 15 1844 3
Castor Oil •
Indigo Spanish Float
Salts of Tartar \
Musk, Blue Mast
44 Onganuui a
44 Savine fresh
44 ' Goldwood
do Lemon, for pies,sauces, 44 double Tansey
Ac., a new and very conve
44 Bucliu cornpd
** Pink Root Fluid
44 Lettuce M W AM
44 Cort Peru cornpd
44 Bark Precipitated
44 Nux Vomica
14 Colocynth pure
44 44 compound
44 Balsam Copavia
44 44 refd Eng.
44 Thorough wort
4 Marsh Melon
44 C »1 foot
44 S-crvey Grass
44 Double Tansey
44 Horse Radish
44 Sweet Mrajoram
WHOLESALE AlUl RETAIL.
GEORGE A. KIMBERLY,
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 Yery
extensive assortment of
HATS AND CAPS,
embracing every style and quality. Among liis assortmen
may be found
doz. fashionable Beaver Hkts,
Russia Hnis f
One hnmlrcd dozen Brond Brim
Beaver, JYutria and Russia
warranted more durable linn any Hats ever sold
in Macon. Also,
50 doz. Youth's and Children's Hats,
20 doz. do. do. Cans.
20 doz. black and drab Spotting Hats,
Together with a general assortment of
CONSISTING IN TAUT OF
3 doz. PREMIUM OTTER CAPS,
5 doz. Sea Otter Caps,
5 doz. Super Nutria Caps,
20 doz. do. Muskrat Caps,
50 dez. Men's and Roys’ Seal Caps,
50 doz. do. do. Sealelte Caps.
200 doz. men’s and Boys’ Black and
All of which will be sold lor Cash, at prices which can
not fail to give satisfaction.
Puichasers are invited to call and examine at the old
stand, sign of the “RIG HAT,” Mulberry Strett.
Beaver. Otlcr, HI ink, & Coon Skins,
IVM.VPK0, for which the cash will be paid.
Macon, Oct 17,1613. 3
Fall stock or Boots and Shoes
rilHE subscribers have just received
Macon, May 14,1844.
Iflilitavy Shaving’ Cream.
T HE und-.rigned take pleasure in certifying that they
here used the Military Shaving Soap, prepared by
Mr. William Bailey, Druggist, Brooklyn, New York, and
for sale by Mr. James W. Bailey, Druggist of this place.
It is certainly tbe finest and most pleasant compound that
we have ever used | leaving the skin after the operation of
shaving, smooth and soft, and rendering the act truly a
pleasure rather than a task. AH whu shave themselves and
desire comfort in the act, we recommend to them Bailey's
Military Shaving Soap. SAMUEL 11. BLAKE.
N. C. MUNROE.
Dr. JAMES WOOD.
Macon, July 9, 1844. 41
Received this Day,
CJ CASKS Potash, for sale by_
July 16, 1844.
JAMES W. BAILEY.
F OR purifying the blood, for sale bv
JAMES W. BAILEYi
July 18, 1841. 42
ell selected stock of Boots and 8hoes,
consisting in part of the following de-
_ scriptions, viz t
5000 Pair men’s best Black and Russett Brogans.
3000 41 44 second quality', dodo
1000 44 41 double sole, do do
700 44 44 Iron tacked, do do
] 500 44 Boy’s best black and llussettbrogans,
500 41 Youth’s do do
1200 44 Men's Kip brojans,
500 44 do do double sole brogans,
TOO 44 Boys do brogans >
500 44 Youth’s do do
1200 44 Men’s Kip brogans,
500 M do do double sole brogans,
700 '• Boys do brogans,
500 44 Youth’s do do
COO 41 Men’s calf, sewed and pegged brogans,
300 4 * do do do do double sole,
500 41 Boy’s do do do brogans,
300 44 Youth’s do do ^ do
1000 44 Women’s Calf and Kip pegged Bootees,
gOO 41 do do ^ do ao Shoes,
35 Cases men’s thick and Kip Boots,
Boy’s do do do
Men’s Calf Nell and half Nell Boots,
Boy’s do do do do do do.
Men’s d'blc. sole Ca!f, Peg’d. water proaf Boots
do do do do sewed do do do
do Stout Calf sewed Boots,
12 “ Genu, fine light Caif, sewed Bools,
5 Trunks, do do do do do Plnladelp a B°°‘ s i
4 do Gents, and ladies patent India Rubber over Sues.
A general assortment ofLadie’s, Misies’ and Children a
leather, kid, and morocco walking alioes and alipa °l
descriptions and qualities.—Ladies ‘ Misses , andchil re •
black and colored and foxed cloth buskina; all of wmcb will
be offered on the moat reosonable terms. We invite all
that w sh to purchase, to give us a call, and we will endea
vor to suit both in price and quality.
Also,—Kent constantly on hand, SOLE LEATHER,
CALF LINING AND BINDING SKINS. LAST8.
THREAD. SHOE PEGS, and all other articles used in
manufacturing Boot* and Shoes.
STRONG ft WOOD,
Jl the old stand, sign of the Big Boot.rry
Macon, Sept. 24.
O F Columbia, for restoring the hair, for sale by
JAMES W. BAILEY.
July 16, 1844. 42
A CERTAIN cure for the Piles.for sale by
JAMES W. BAILEY.
July 10, 1844. 42
A CURE for all disorder* arising from a bad state of
the blood, for sale at
JAMES W. BAILEY’S.
July 16, 1844. 42
For Sale at Bailey’s Drug Store,
1 4V4V boxes Window Glass. 300 kegs White Lead,
1UU 300 gallons Linseed Oil,5 bbls. Spirit Turpentinu,
2 bbls. Copal Varnish, ldo. Japan do.
300 gallons Lamp Oil, 200 gallon* Tr»in Oil,
100 gallons Neatsfoot Oil.
May 14, 1844. 33
1 AAA LBS. Bee’aWax.by
.UUU JAMES W. BAILEY, Druggi.t,
Two doors above Boardman’s Book Store
Congress and Saratoga Water,
J UST received, and for aale by
JAMES W. BAILEY, Druggist.
July 16, 1844. 42
JUST received from New York, and fojr aale by
July 16. 1844
JAMES W. BAILEY, Druggist.
Received this Day,
A LARGE lot of fancy Soaps, Cologne Water, and a
general assortment of fancy ar
Jaly 16, 1844.
tancy articles, and for
1 Tansey pure
White Wash do No 1,2,3
Bot Brushes No 1, 2, 3
Flesh do No 1,2,3
Cloth Brushes, fancy from No
1 to 13
Blacking Brushes assorted
Sheep Skins, extraFrench No
1, 2 and 3
Balm of Columbia
Cream of Amber
Otto of Rosea
Eye Water •
Funnels Wedgwood from No
1 to 5
Galley Pots assorted
Mortars from 1 inch to 12
Pill Tiles graduated from 1
inch to 12
Apoth’s. Scales and Weights
Wicking for Lamp*
Essence of Tyro
Hair OH Ward’s
Orange Flower Water
Northern markets; and havim
ed the CASH SYSTEM entirely, is anabled to sell at very
reduced prices. Physicians and others, having opponuni-
ties ot 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 as low as if
they attended personally to the purchase of them.
May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hotel.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
T> ALM of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair; Rowand’s
. Tonic Mixture, a certain cure tor Aeue and Fever ;
Bristol s Sarsaparilla, forScrolul.f, Cutaneous Diseases, and
for all impurities of the blood; Evans’Chamomile Pills, f.r
Nervous Dqbility, Sick Headache, and loss of appetite;
ftootlimgSyrup, for Children Teething; Hews’ Nerve and
Bone Linament, a certain remedy for Rheumatism ; Afa-
cassar Oil, celebrated for beautifying and preserving the
Hair; Thompson’s Eye-Water;'Scudder’s Eye-Water ;
j-cudder s Acoustic Oil, for Deafness; Erasive Powder,
for removing stains, grease. *c„ from Dresses; Corral
Tooth Powder, in Boxes; Roussell’s Shaving Cream, a ve-_
H AS resumed the exercise of his profession, and will
hereafter devote all his attention to the cases entrus
ted to his care.
Macon, Oct. 28, 1844. 5
Attorney at Law,
Office over Commercial Bank.
Salve; Seidlitz Powders, pure; Soda Powders ; YeastPow-
ders. to make Light Cakes or Bread, instantaneous.
June 4. 1844. 36
Siltin' and Tobacco.
M ACABOY, Scotch, and American Gentleman Snuff,
of superior quality. Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
Just received and for sale bv
June 4, 1844.
A rEVidozen Galliglian’s Pills, an infallible remedy
for Chills and Fe ver, just received and for sale by
Corner opposite tbe Central Hotel.
A BEAUTIFUL article of Bleached Sperm Oil. for sale
,by HARVEY SHOTWELL.
May 14 33
Carpeuters’s and Sands’ Sarsa
F OR sale at the proprietors’ prices, by
a y 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hotel.
itfaliatt’s Pills and Bitters,
F O Il sale at the proprietor’s prices, by
May 14 33 Corner opposite the Central Hotel.
JOSEPH 23. CLAPP,
Attorney at I.nw,
Vienna, Dooly county.
May 10 32 Georgia.
T H E subscriber has again taken this Estah
lishmenl, where he will always be hap-
pv to attend to the calls of his old customers,
and the travelling public generally.
Macon, June 20 38 S. LANIER.
III K undersicned have taken this apneiou
JL merly kept by Bexson Roberts. Esq., and are now
ready for the reception of Traveller! and Families visiting
The subscribers pledge themselves to use every exertior
for the comfort of their patrons.
THOMAS B. DANIEL,
Marietta, Jan. 1,1344. 27
D R- VY. W. MARSHALL, of Richmond, (VaJ ind
late from Augusta, (Go.) would respectfully inform
the public generally, that he is now on a visit for a few
weeks to Macon, and would be pleased to make his pro
fessional services available to those who may be suffering
from those formidable diseases, Cancer, Fisixda, and au
His treatment ol these diseases is peculiar to himaelf.-—
The cure is per ormed without the use of knife or caustic,
and most cases without much p in.
Dr. M's. pamphlet (second edition) on Cancer, A:c.,
may be obtained gratia, on appi.cation to him at the Floyd
Letters from a distance (post paid) on business, or re
questing copies of the pamphlet, will be promptly attended
to, and immediately forwarded lo address by mail.
Macon, Feb. 4 1845., *19—tf.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
W ILL hereafter attend the Courts of Macon, Pike.
Barbour. Russell. Chambers, Tallapoosa, Montgom
ery and Lowndes counties. They will also attend the S«-
pretne Court of the f-’tate.
^Communications addressed to them at Tuskegse, will re
ceive prompt attention.
T HE New York Contributionship Fire Insurance
Company, bavin?established an Agency in Macon,
will Insure Buildings, Merchandize, Household Furniture
and every description of Property, against loss or l)am*
je by Fire. BOND & MURDOCK, Agents.
Macon, April 30.1844. 31 ly
Liinseed Oil and Train Oil,
F OR sale low by
Corner opposite the Central Hotel.
O F superior quality, just received and for sale by
May 14 HARVEY SHOTWELL.
6EO. I. SIIEPAllD,
H AS Just received an extensive assortment of HATS
and CAPS, of the latest Fashion, to which the atten
tion of his friends and the public generally, is invited. Be-
ing perfectly confident that hisfacilities for obtaining fresh
supplies, weekly, will enable him to sell as low as any oth
er establishment in the State, Wholesale or retail.
Oct. 8, 1844. 2
Just Received, at
G.W. & F. WOODRUFF’S,
A LARGE assortment of new and fashionable STA-
PLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, consisting
of a great variety of the latest patterns for ladies dresses.—
Also all kinds of goods usually kept in our line. All of
which will be offered at a small advance from cost.
Macon. Bept. 24,1844.
JAMES W. BAILE1
Emporium ot* Fashion.
T HE undersigned, respectfully announce that flieyhave
resumed the TAILOKINO BUSINESS, under
tbe management of Mr. MKNARD. late of the City of New
York, who has for a number of years, had charge of one of
tbe most fashionable Houses in Broadway; and whose rep
utation i. such aa to authorise the belief that he will be able
to give entire satisfaction to those who may favo • them with
their patronage. J. ft E. SAULSBURY,
Bept 17. 1844. 51
H. A J. COWLES,
I JTAVE removed to the Brick Store, on Cotton Avenue,
JL one door below the Telegraph Office, where they are
now opening a general assortment of
Groceries, Shoes, Hardware Ac.
together with a stock of 8TAPLE and FANCY DRY
GOODS, all of which will he sold low for CASH.
Our usual supply of CHEESE kept constantly on hand.
Macon, Oct 22, 1844. 4
~ GRAVES, wood a CO.
R ESPECTFULLY invite the attention of Merchants
and Planters lo their stock of PBESII SHOES,
to which weekly additions will be made during the season.
Our assortment embraces the following descriptions :
1500 pair heavy black Brogans,
1200 *' “ ruatet do.
1500 11 “ lined and bound Kip Brogans,
1000 *• high and low quarter Brogans,
1200 " Women'! and Mis.-es’ Morocco, Kid, Seal
and Gambroon Buskins, Slippers and Ties,
600 pair Men’s Calf and Seal Brogans,
200 •' do. do. do. Putnus,
300 “ Youths' and Boys’ Calf and Kip Brogans,
200 “ Children's Leather Shoes,
10 cases Calf, Seal and heavy Bools.
Macon, August 20, 1844. 47
J ft E. SAULSBURY, have received, and are now
a opening a variety of articles, such as
Glare, Hcnrfa, Cravats, Tics, Slocks,
Handkerchiefs, Suspender*, See. Ac.
Comorisingthn most desirable apsrtment ot such articles
ever offered in this market,
Oct 29. 5
J^EPT constantly on hand by
J. N. SETMOUR
Oct. 1, 1844
Choice Canal Flour.
A FRESH supply just received and for sal* by
£'VfJJ THOMAS TAYLOR.
A LL persons having claims against B. S. Newcomb, or
B. 8. Newcomb 6c Co. are requested Represent them
for settlement; and all indebied, willsive themselves trou
ble and expenses, by paying without we having recourse
£T4~k4~k LBS. pure Blue Vitriol, for soaking seed Wheat,
4--Lr\J to protect it from blast or smut, which it will of-
factually do in all cases where the pure article is used.
Opposite Central Hotel.
Oct 1, :344. 1
Boots and .Shoes.
O UR stock is now complete and very extensive, com
prising every style and pattern. A’fine assortment.
LADIES’ SHOES and SLIPPERS.
Give us a call if you wish ba r gai:is,
VVINSHIP it TOTS.
Macon,October 29, 1844, 5
o tbe services of an attorney.
F IRST quality, for sale low by
May 14 ' 33 HARVEY SHOTWELL.
GRAVES, WOOD, 6l bO.
T AKE this tnetluAl of informing planters and others, tbs
in addition to their wholesale and retail
DKV-GOODN AND GBOCKRY BF8IYE88,
they will continue to transact a general WARE-HOUSE
and COMMISSION BUSINESS, at the old stand, (long
known as Graves' Corner,) on the corner of second street
and Commerce Row, and would respectfully renew the
tender of their services to their planting friend’s, and others,
with tiie assurance, that those who may patronize us in this
line of business, shall have our beat endeavors to do them
ustice and promote their interest. Our Ware-House is
conveniently situated i and Cotton stored with us, shall he
well taken care of, and protected from the weather. VYe
will also assist with pleasure, our friends in selling their
pWW/ 1 iJOiI._w : zWiut,cbscw.i,e , sd.m.".n-^tfyi.-Ui --mcnau-
r We respectfully solicit a portion of the patronage of tbe
public. ' GRAVES, WOOD, ft CO.
Edwin Graves, f
Thomas Wood, >
J. M. Kibbee. )
Macon, September 24, 1844. 52
ALBERT G. BUTTS,
H AS constantly on band a large supply of BAGGING
ROPE, BLANKETS, SHOES, GROCERIES
DRY GOODS, ftc. and will continue to supply bis cus
lomers at the lowest prices.
Macon, Sept. 24, 1844. 52
~ Attention I Attention I!
At the Macon Saddle, and Harness
A LARGE lntofLADlES’ SADDLES, of every de-
acrqnion; Plain, Fancy, Velvet, Plush, Hog Skin,
Eved Stitched, Ac., tor sale eheap.
Also, a splendid lot of BRIDLES, wholesale and retail,
at Northern Manufacturing prices —$500 worth of Whips,
direct from Sopus. Harness Leather, Bridle Leather
Waggon Haines, Trace Chains.
ffl/ Highest CASH prices paid for Leopard Skins*
Dec. 3. 1844. 10
May 20. 1844.
B. 8. NEWCOMB Sc CO.
Priiiie Geese Feathers.
1 AfkA LBS. just received and lor sale bv
JUUU GRAVES. WOOD ft CO.
April 30 1844 31
Exchange on iVew-lfork,
J^lOIt sale by TII09. TAYLOR.
100,000 BRICKS, of tbe best quality. For sale
Macon. Sept 10, 18-14.
J. A. RALSTON.
QP KEGS Sporting
AdlS do Sbot-gu
For sale b
BOND ft MUR
Siiot and Led.
BAGS Shot, assorted sizes,
’ 300 lbs. Lead, for sale by
Juiv 30 44
BOND ft MURDOCK.
O N Second street, a fresh supply of Fren cli Calf Boots
superior article. Also.Ladi
July 2 40
Also, Ladies’ Shoes, of various, kinds
WHITING Sc MIX.
Cloaks! Cloaks! I
L ADIES’ and Gentlemen's Cloth Cloaks, of the latest
BACOIV! BA COY!!
CJCT AjIII LBS. superior Geotgia Cured BACON-—
iWl^.Vfv/vF Hams, Shoulders, and Sides, for sale bv
May 21 34 REDDING ft WHITEHEAD.
BY MS. Jl. nWRJYEB,
(AT PRIVATE SALE,)
LBS. prime Hams and Shoulders, how is
Macon, Oct 1, 1844. 1
Paints and Oils.
KEGS Nos.l and 2 White Lead t
300 gallons Linseed Oil,
200 do Lamp Oil.
With a variety ofColorsforPainters'uie,for a!# by
July 6 40 CHA8. CAMPBELL A: CO
Rar?aitis ! Bargains ! I
IN BOOTS AND SHOES.
OOO P:lirt ff ood Ne g™ Brogans, at Manufacturers
iJ.v/YJ" / cost ami expenses.
4,000 Fairs good Kip Brogans, do do do
Also, a general assortment of BOOTS ft SHOES, wbiek
will be offered low—Call and see.
STRONG ft WOOD.
Nor. 12. 7
styles, just received by
J. ft E. SAULSUU-'flY.
JY tics. Just received by
Oct 29. 5
J. Sc E. SAULSBURY.
E NGLISH Water Proof Faced. Ware, Beaver and
I'ancy Cassimere. JubI received by
Oct 29, 5 J. ft E. SAULSBURY.
S HAKER, Lamos Wool, Nett and Spun Silk Shirts
Just received by
Oot 29, 5 J. ft E. 8AULSBURY.
To Farmers t
I AM prepared to sell great bargains in IVcjfro Shoe*,
Cloth nnsl Blankets. Give me a call before sup
plying yourselves, and 1 will be sure to suit you in price
and quality. JOSEPH N. SEYMOUR.
October 1, 1844. 1
F OR sale of good quality, by
b J. N. SEYMOUR.
Oct 1. 1841. 1
Auguat 27, 1844
T HE middle part of the Store now occu
pied by the subscriber, suitable for a
Millinary or Tailoring establishment, as also
a part of the tenement nbove. Possession giv
en by the first of October next. App) v to
M. S. THOMSON.
P OSSESSION given immediately. The whole of the
upper part of that building on the corner of Mulberry
and Third streets, opposite the Floyd House. It is well
situated and suited for a Boarding House, and will be rent
ed for that purpose if applied for soon, if not, it will be
divided and rented aocurdingly. Apply to
M. S. THOMSON.
Macon, Oct. 8, 1844. . 2
The Celebrated ITIuscovitus
On Cotton Avenue sad Second *t.
Will care the most inveterate Tooth-Ache in
T HEY will also preserve the decayed teeth for the
future, and remove the Scurvy, and Tartar, without
the use of an instrument. For sale by
A J. ELDER, Agent.
At II. C. Freeman's Store.
Macon, Oct. 12, 1944. 3lf
Ready Made Clothing:.
NE W YORK COS Tilt
rpHE subscribers will close off the remaining portion of
1 their stock of C L O T HIN G, consisting in part of
Beaver Flushing and Blanket Overcoats,
Superior Cloth Cloaks,
Black Dress and Frock Coats.
Satin, Wool, Velvet ami fancy Vests,
Pants, Stocks, Scarfs, Cravats, Hosiery, Gloves, ftc. &c.
at Now York Cost!! ! CaU and see
SAM’L. J. RAY, ft Co.
Macon, Nov. 12,1844. 7
C. Campbell & Co.
A T their old stand, opposite the Washington Hall, offer
fof sale at the lowest current prices for cash,
75 Bales heavy Gunny Bagging.
250 Pieces do Kentucky do.
100 do do Rusia do.
50 do do Dundee do.
1500 pounds good Bagging Twine,
300 coils Manilla Rope,
100 do Kentucky do.
1500 Sacks Salt,
20 Tons Swedes Iron,
25 Hhds. St. Croix and Muscovado Sugar,
230 Bags Rio, Laguira, and Java Coffee.
With a general assortment of Blankets, Shoes, Staple ury
Sept 17, 1844. 51
lagrangeT high SCHOOL
T HE Exercises of this Institution will be resumed on
Monday, the 13th of January, undertl.einatr action of
Mr. J. H. Fitten, as Principa . assisted by Mr. Silva-
nus Bates, a graduate of Middlebury College, and a gen-
tleman of high character, and several veara experience as
a teacher. The patrons and friends of this institution mey
be fuliy assured that no injury will be sustained by this
change in mstructors. ^ ^ SMITH, Sec. Board.
From an intimate knowledge of Mr. Fitten’s character
and qualifications, we can confidently recommend him to
the public, as a firm disciplinarian, a thorough scholar, and
n teacher of eminent ability.
The Messenger will please cf>py six times and send their
account to this office for collection.
C. P. BEMAN.
January 14—6t O- B- ARNOLD.
IXIHE undersigned have removed to the Store nn scooad
X street, a few doors south of the Washington Hall, and
adjoining the Messenger Office > where they are receiving
a. lage and general stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry-Goods,
SHOES, BOOTS, Ac.
All of which will be sold at unusually low prices, by the
piece or otherwise. Purchasers ar» invited to call and ex
amine for themselves. g, J- RAY ft C®.
.Tiacdn u ji i ron A’ Brass foundry
AND MACHINE SHOP.
M ILL and GinGcering, Steam Engine Work, Iron
and Brass Castings of every description, made to
order, and Machine VVoilK in General, corner of Fourth
and Walnut Streets.
(CT 3 The higliestprices will be paid for Old Ceppei,
Brass, I,end, and I nst Iron.
Jan 31 17 ROBT. FINDLAY.
AT THE NEW HAT A.\D CAP STORE.
fTIHE subscriber has received the SPRING
X. FASHION for Hats, the finest and light
est article ever offered in this market. Also,
Panama, Leghorn. Pakin Leaf, Drab Beaver,
Otter, Russia, and Pearl Cassimer--broad
brim and fashionable. AU of which will be sold low for
CASH. GKO. I. SHEPARD.
Macon, May 7, 1844. 32
(Cotton Avenue, opposite Washington Hall.)
PHILIPS, MERRITT, & CO.
H AVE recently received and will continue to receive
weekly,during the business season, from the North,
a full assortment of lleadv-made
manufactured expresslyjfor them, together with a large as
sort inent of
Shirt*, Under-Shirts, Scarf*, Hosiery, Umbrel
Also on hand and receiving, a fine assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND TESTINGS,
Of French, English and American Manufacture, embra
cing the lutest and most CHOICE PATTERNS, which
they are prepared to make to order according to fashion or
the particular taste of their patrons.
Particular attention given to the making and trimmuif of
garments entrusted to their care, by gentlemen purchasing
their own materials at prices to suit the limes.
M'ron. Nov. 19, 1614. 8
G EORG E CIs lltK
W OULD respectfully notify all persons indebted to
him, that it will be necessary to seltla up, upon the
presentation of tbeir accounts.
N. B. All persons having unsettled claims against this
establishment, will please present them immediately for
pavment. at the counter of the People's Store.
Dec. 24—13 GEORGE CLAHK-
r*XHE undersigned will have a large quantity of
i FANCY DRY4JOOD8, in Macon, Ga:
Selected from their stock in New York, and to arrive about
the middle of November, which will be sold for CASH, at
Wholesale or Retail. The stock will comprise a largo
Alpaccas, Delaines, Bombazine
Shawls, Dress Handkerchiefs,
Cravats, Laces, Ribbons, Ac.
AU purchased at Auction in New York, expressly for
Southern Markets, and k will bo found well worthy
tendon of dealers.
At intervals throughout the winter they will also receive
fresh supplies of such goods as may be found most desira*
Believing that an exhibition of their goods, with prices,
will be die best recommendation to favor, they earnestly
entreat a call from all persons in the line of business.
II. BEItNHEIMER ft BROTHERS.
Store on Third street, (lately occupied by S. J. Ray ft
Co.,) Macon, Ga., and No. 59, Wili am street, Now York.
November 12. 7
Ifloffhl’s Lire Fills and Plurnix
F OR general debility, for sale by
JAMES W. BAILEY.
July 16. 1844. 2
ALBERT G. BUTTS.
A T his old stand, opposite the Washington Hall.bas 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 Colton and Worsted Balzarines,
50 do Printed Lawns and Cambrics,
10 do Satin Stripe Adriatioples,
20 do do do Organdies,
50 do Erlsten Ginghams,
10 do Beydia Stripes,
50 do Jaconet and Cambric Muslins,
25 do Lace Stripe Muslins,
nn do Cross Barred do
do Silk Handkerchiefs,
do Furnituie Prints,
10 bales Brown Sheeting,
White md black Cotton Hose, Spool Thread, Needles
Pins, and every other article usually palled for, which wil
ba sold *t tbe very lowest price* for Cssh.
Macon, June lS. 1844.