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MACON, GA., TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3, 1854.
f|t Georgia Ctlrgrnpfr,
I EVERY Tuesday moiim.no
^EEX. PAUSES A CO.
* r .,, T nuH axi> pworRiKTom,
Adranrr, Two Dollars and
. »>f «i)nam.
' |V Jisfontiniu-A except at tlie option of the
mt \\ *11 arrearage* are paid.
■ r ,r ‘ .„. ST s at the regular charge will be One
|l>ri , 0 f io Hurt or kss, for the first In-
V*ypjflf Cent* for each subsequent Inner-
IvertUments not specified as to time.
idiihed l,ntil r ° rl,id * nd ch * r * 5ed » ccor<1 '
I be i*®"
it.' oi>ilatT r Setice* exceeding ten lines, will be
1*10-0 on business, must be tost rain.
7- The following linos, expressive of the
■ r , 0 f n sensitive win affectionate
• J ”ni be read by very many in our city
liitewith monrurai interest and sympathy.
' tfll of joys departed and hopes cherish-
Y,, tenderness of expression which the
‘"j onlv can full/ appreciate. We find
'^rvjiuaily published in the Metes.—Eus.
‘Jjub Georoias. .
Ts midnight! on the azure skies
rhowrs iheir patient vigils keep
in litrP rot** 4 ® Nature U«f*
Ml*1**' I cannot alee]>!
3rinrlri[, I'nriJiMrr, rtr.
FALL* WINTER TRADE,
we AlUt NOW on-KKINO AT THE Oti ST A Ml o»
W.M. II. A E. J. JOHNSTON,
Mulberry St., fronting ('niton Arenue,
e'pHK Imrgest stock of new and desirable stvie of
A Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Fancy Goods.
Gnus, Cutlery, ete„ to he found in tbe State, on the
most favorable terms.
t5 r * A call is respeetfullv invited,
nov " E. .1. JOHXSTOX * CO.
i'mills /or ?nlr, Kz.
Three I.ots of I/.md for Sale.
AM otTcringfor side, on accommodating terms.
T j VI M..
L three lads of Land, to v it: Xos. IOC, 107, and 87,
t FIXE Selection of artieles, suitable as Bridal
IA and other presents, Wedding Cake Boxes, Ac.,
for sale lty |nov 8] K. ,1. .IQHXSTOX A CO.
W RITING DESKS, Odour Boxes. Ac. For sale
by K. J. .1OIINSTON A CO.
nov f* **
C tfGAU CASES, Walking Cities an elegant lot.
> For salt, by K. J. JOHXSTOX A CO.
nov 3 la
imwm f«r thee, oil! dearest one.
Who to mine early life was given—
Ur beauteous wife, wlto now art gone
To nurse our baby born in heaveu.
1 yy thee still, as on that night—
But night of untold agony—
Illicit, in its dark yet rapid flight.
Bore thee aud hope away from me.
|tco thee now! thy visage sweet,
’Tbr hair with roses intertwined-
llow lovely in thy winding sheet
Than aught which death had left behind.
llhonjhtof wlien tlist gentle brow
Wore roses to the bridal sltriue,
AaJ those dear lips, so silent now.
Moved to tlie vows that made thee mine.
|«M on thee, with frantic tone—
And oh I could angels speak to men,
| know, my benutifni, my own,
Ikuoo' that thou bad'st spoken then !
To ut tii it still, in that bright sphere
Sn-nrly blest of God above,
Ttr tenth' spirit held iiitit dear,
\Uo»e grief waa boundless as his love.
And awaiting there until bn came,
IV mother's heart would still rejoice
Tit.-Jell her babe his father's imnte.
Who never beard that father's voice.
TV dreaded hour had come!—they bid
He look upon thee for the last!
1 uw them close the collin lid,
I heard them ns they made it fast!
1 saw them lower tlmt coflin down.
Aad place thee, dearest, where thou art
Ami still 1 lived! tny heart beat on !
A Witting lint a broken heart!
Awl 1 have lived! and I still live!
In Irani witlt every troubled breath,
Bwt I have MtlVercd and survive
A something worse than human dentil!
Nvangel wife! afar from tlieo
1 count the days, the moments even !—
Asa sort the hope of earth to me.
And hope has followed tltco to heaven !
Jl. if. J.
Fanning Uxf rnorilinnrv.
T 1 e Minos of our newly elected members
ogress Messrs. Brook, Kcitt and Boyce,
ally furnished occasion for a very notable
«f lmus, at one of the Legislature messes
amnia, A member of the mess jocosely
rd that on the appearance of Mr. Brooks,
WaluBgton, it would be said of him ami
those be her Brooks, what must her Rir-
I? •" Another promptly added, it will also
£®KTS of Furniture, Tea Sets, Rattles, Dolls, Boxes
O of Tools, Buttle Doors and Shuttle Cock#, and
number of other desirable artieles for Children. For
sale bv [nov *[ E. J. JOHNSTON A CO.
in the lttli distriet of Taylor county. 6 or 8 miles
from Butler, and adjoining Fiekling's Mills. Said
Lands are well timbered; and in a bealtliy seetinu of
eouiitrv. Information ran be hod lty applying to
John s. Buooks, of Crawford county, or to tut; at
Cairo, in Decatur count v.
dee 80 in—U JOSEPH J. BRADFORD.
Pfnsitntiou lor Sale.
M Y Plantation in Bibb enmity, lving in the fork of
Tobesoffcec ami Rooky Creeks, four and a bait
miles from Macon, ami containing 810 acres, Is for
sale. There are at,out 375 acres in cultivation, with
a good gin house and screw, and all necessary build
ings for plantation ptiqioses. The land is produc
tive and nAhrds many facilities, and is a desirable
place to those wishing to purchase in tiiis section.
My overseer (111 tlie place will show it to any per
son wishing to pnrelutse, or I can be fnnnd at any
time in Macon. N. BASS. ’
sop SO tf
■\TOAV Receiving some of the most
> SPLENDID PIANO FORTES
•ver offered for sale iu Macon, from the
celebrated Factories of J. O. Cliickering and Nunn
A Clark, warranted superior to any othey made in th
Cnited States. Also, two 1IARP8 from J. F. Brown
A Co's. Factory.
The above instruments are a feast to one's eyes to
look at, and the. tone completely captivating. W
shall take pleasure to show these instruments to any
tliat have a taste for tine goods.
On hand. Prince Melodians, best article of tlie
kind made; Guitars, Violins Banjos, Accord eons
Tnmboriiis, Bugles, Clurinnctts, Flagolottes, Flutes,
and a variety of Brass Instruments for Bauds, kept in
otirline. Guitar and Violin Strings, Sheet Music for
Piano and Guitar, Instruction Books Ac.
Wntrbea, .frwelry mid Fancy Good"
Splendid Gobi anti Silver WATCHES;
Gentlemen and Ladies patterns. Gold Chains,
Brooches, Rings, Bracelets, Gold Thimbles,
Gobi Pens, mid Pencils, Gold and Silver Spoeta.
Silver Spoons and Forks, silver, Ivor}-and wood Nap
kin Rings, silver plated CakeBaskets, Castors, Wait
ers and Candle Sticks—aud a variety of Fancy
Goods, Shot Guns, Rifles, Game Hags Pouches,
Flasks Pistols, Ac.
t?* Clocks and Watches repaired, and warranted,
at short notice. Give us a rail at our old stand. Cot
ton Avenue, Union Building.
nov 2[J. A. A S. S. VIRGIN,
H AUD WARE.
BRAY, CAKEIAKT A CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RET A If. DEALER* IN
KATiMNHA A.tlliRICA.V ISABDtVARE
B EG leave to invite the attention el. —
liteir friends and the pulilie, to their
now large and spli-ntiitl stock of Hard- Jp
ware and Cntiory, Iron and Steel, Nails
and Hollow-ware, Bliteksmith and Caqienter's Tools,
Building Materials of every description, and every
variety of Shelf Goods. House-keeping Artieles
Agricultural Implements ami Machinists' Tools Cot-
tou, Manilla anti Hemp Rope, together with n large
stock of Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Copper, Zinc, Wire,
We are also now receiving direct from Sweden, one
hundred tons of Swedish Iron, assorted, from 1 to 12
AVe take tiiis occasion to assnre all wlto call on ns
that we arc prepared to furnish them with everything
in our line at tlie jery lowest market rates,
dec (i 1
Iron :tn<l .Steel.
T HE undersigned nro now receiving in addition
to their largo Stock of Iron,
lot) Tons Street] Iron by direct Importation.
50 Tons English and American Refined, and
common English Iron.
20 Tons Oval, half round Bands, Hoops, Scroll,
Horse Shoe Iron and Nail Ito ls.
10,000 lbs. Cast, Blister, German and Spring Steel.
B ART ‘ *■"
Spriu;;* :tml Axles.
c\," AAA LBS. just received and for sale bv
sSO.UUU BRAT, CARHAKT A CO.
doc « 17
t tiiis be Iter Kit [Keitt] what must her
A third pursuing tlie same vein
|au the climax thus: “If these he her
[liwce] what must her Men he ?”
a like spirit was tlie following jeu tf spirit,
si Celuiubin. A bachelor, by the name of
'•a*m presented to a beautiful widow, also
s 4 Er»m. The introduction was in this
Saws, Saws, Saws*
J aDOZ. C ross Cut, Back and Pit Saws.
J .70 do. Hand, Paam-I, Rip and Tention Sjiws,
for snle by [dec a| BRAY. CARHAKT.VCO.
- — q DOZ. Table Cutlery of every grade.
:i()0 dozen Pocket do.
2.', do Shears and Scissors.
25 do Razors.
ALSO, some new nnd beautiful patterns of fine Ivo
ry Handle Table Cutlery which cannot fail to please.
" Just reeei veil and for sale by
dec 6 BRAY, CARHART A CO.
■* rs Emm ltomtit me to present to you
wins,'’ i. Mrs. Evans,” said the spirited
W " the lady I have been in search of
-eUst eight years."
Jtfzir widow took tlie remark in a very
"pin. and a pleasant acquaintance ensued.
“iWfutnrc may bring forth, this deponent
'Is Dot—Char. ('our.
• bar Trnrka fop the Kiigino !
•f'e f, ** a ' r J es ” present* his compliments to
'»Ll'ril Cuttle, mariner, and begs infor-
^ ‘ m > that great naval authority on the
How unmy ells in a ship’s yard ?
Are the ship’s mate anti companion on
*i. v rennst Arc they.the same kind of
2““** that we site advertised for by
M " ' n newspapers ?
t-m a vessel with a “cat head" catch
"** the nautical lvrist, who asked for
!**«< id a flowing stul," n believer i
**>• How soon would a young duck come
then’* egg if put under asfiip’s ‘hatch ?
•U the ship’s cook works in the ‘galley
• ** avc ‘ l‘ ,3W then is he always
*tfd g grout man J
tk 5T Brcat lnau •
St., 'hould ono of the boats he called
Are any of the boats sad ?
At every boat lias a eul-waler, have
, «nhiug to cut biscuit ?
iTj Eii'rd will answer these categorical-
*ill nuaji oblige, “Chawles” thinks of
* yacht next summer and wishes to he
Ij' T0M I>AT A>1> MttF.AOE*—Wo
^ ud that the Secretary of the Treasury
advance money “in the lump” to the
[j*®* of the senate, to he hold by him in a
elsewhere for disbursement, on
''■the Senate’s contingent expenses
to require tlie draft of the Secretary
case as it may arise; tlie Sen*
k ": P^ted a bill innkiug their Secrcta-
officer. In this determination,
' .'Oig nut the enderstnuding to whidi
H^a *T ra,n e_\vith the Speakerof the House,
41, i 8 ^idngent expenses being liencc-
ij # l J° I w id. Mr. Gallatin set the cou-
i‘•vvUent when Secretary of the ’I'roas-
' ,,n "nCnt as ibis view of his duty
^vv*r, all will aekuowledgs that iu so
atejc®'’ ^rretary Guthrie is simply «n*j
,n,e spirit of tlie sub-treusun- law.
Wv 1 1- 1 *-'. ,RCLr ~—This is the natn
- k '. ad * i ° a in Jackson, La., the object of
obtain “Ufo pledges ” from the
tbjm ""* a J n from the use of all iutoxicat*
; the ft' , ' odtittk that ns an offset to this,
liai. would get up auotlier society,
* of r ' ad * es a pledge to indulge in
• L -t. a , minations liquid—walk,
'■v-ketchers and other simila
lU], , .
■■it //-? u mtempernte faslti
Cottut, 14th i„, t .
The Augusta <
' i i , ie *0 that citv
V 1 V ,5, "“ a: 11 cent!
' y. Ml lHTicir both in
county, W e have a
and in Georgia Got
ti Iminlred hales from
it twelve cents. Tit.-
2 Id, „„t.
7 re Cotter Key and solid box vires
•) 50 English' and American Anvils.
15,000 lbs. “Atwood’s” Hammers assorted.
•10 Sinitli's Bellows from 26 to 40 inches.
75 Setts Stock* nnd Dies from 3-16 to 1 1-2
incites For sale by
dec o BRAY, CARHART A CO.
OAA KEGS Cut Nails and Spikes.
OuU 25 Kegs Wrought Nails and Spikes, jnst re
ceived and for sale by
dee 6 BRAY. CARHART A CO
Horse Nails aud Horse Shoes.
1 Kf\f\ UBS. Oritlin’s Horse Nails.
1JUU 25 Kegs Burden's Horse Shoos, jnst re
ceived and for sale by
dee 6 BRAY, CARHART A CO.
Lund for Sale.
I OFFER for sale, on any time, that may be re
quired, the following valuable Fanning" Lands;
six hundred acres on Junes Creek, iu the 15th distriet
of Doolycoinity. with one hundred and seventy acres
of land deadened aud ready for cultivation, with a
new and eouifnrtable double ls»g Dwelling, Kitchen,
Smoke-house, Crib, Stables, Ae. Also, 400 acres, on
Jones Creek, in the 14th district of Dooly; and 200
acres in the 14th on Swift Creek; also, 500 acres
the 17th of Thomas comity.
These Lauds in Dooly will tnnkefrom 700 to 1,200
lbs. of Cotton to the acre. Apple to
sept 27 T. W. MONTFORt, Oglethorpe, Gn.
[jr Journal A Messenger, copy tf.
South-Western Ituilrond Company,
■MACON, Dec. 13, 1853.
rplIE Annita] Kb-etiou for Pmksiocnt nnd Five.
1 DnuuTona of this Company, will he held af] 1
their OHice, in this eitv, on Thursday, Februarv Otb,
1854. JOHN T. BOIFEUILLET,
dec 20 3t Si-cretarv A Tressnrcr.
Olltvr Tlioma.toa anil Ilat-urerilli- II. II. Vo.
Thomaston, Dec. 15th, 1853.
T HE Annnal Meeting of the 8tockliolders ol this
coin)Muiy, will be held in the Court-liottsc in
Thomaston ou Tuesday, the loth day of Janimry
next, at which time a Board of Directors will be
cliosen, t<» manage the affairs of the company for the
current year. By order of the Board of Directors,
dec 20—It W. D. WOODSON, Trcas'r.
OfUrc Tlioninafon and Ilarnravillc It. II. Co.
Land for Salt*.
rpHK undersigned lias Eleven Hundred Acres
X Jaind, lying oil tlie Southwestern Railroad,
tlie twenty-ninth district of Sumter county, between
Oglethorpe and Americas, twelve miles from the for
mer place, and seven from the latter, lying on the
west side, and not more than 15 acres from the road,
which are good com and cotton lands, lieiug creek
and branch lauds, upon which are about one linn
dred and twenty-five acres of cleared land, and it
a good state of cultivation, which 1 will sell on good
terms. Those wishing to liny will do well to call and
examine, ns I intend making a different arrangement
in tny affairs. HERRING HOOKS.
Sumter oo„ Ga. Oct. 11. tf
Valuable Lautl For Sale.
5 QQ ACRES of first quality Laud in Monroe j
county, adjoining lands of Dr. James
Thweatt, aud the Montpelier Institute—more t urn
haif of tiiis laud is as heavily timbered as any in
the ronnty, it will bo sold on favorable t.-rins if' ap
plied for soon. For further particulars, aptilv to
aug 23—2 W. S. WILLIFORD.
Lauds Tor Sale
I X Houston county. Eleven Umpired Acres
grind Planting Lund, well improved, contiguous
to Fort Valley, in Houston county, formerly owned
by Col. Allen "Wiggins. Apply to Col. AUen Wiggins
oil the premises.
oct 11 !)—3m
‘I'nots, lljnrn, rtr. rtr.
It. FCBBV & CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Second StreetTriangular Block.
A RE now receiving a veiy large stock of
r\_ Boots aud stlioes, for the fall and win
ter trade, to which they respectfully invite the _ _
attention of Ladies and Gentlemen tradingiit tlieeity
Their stock lias been laid in with great rare, ctnbra
cing nil tite desirable styles prevailing at tlie North
and will be offered on the most liberal terms,
oet 11 4in
G ENTS- Fancy Dee;Pump and Welt. Medium
and Water proof Boots; fine pegimitation. Dress
and strong Boots: Patent Leather, cloth, enamel and
aif Congress Gaiters, tlptra Tics, Dancing Pumps,
Slippers, Rubber < tver-sliecs and cork soles, just re
ceived and for sale by
oct 11 WM. 11. FERRY A CO.
>KOGAN'—A large stock of black and Russel
) Plantation Brogtuts; also, kip, calf and etiame
leather Brogans, just received anti for sale bv
oct 11 WM. B. FERRY A CO.
J KAT1IEK.—A large stork of Oak and Hemlock
sole Leaf In r, French calf Sklnsshoe threads, Ac.
just received by WM. B. FERRY A CO.
J^ADIEs’ LaccandCongress Prunella, Satin Fran
da, White Kid and Satin Slippers; Jenny Lind
Enamel and Kid Boot* nnd Gaiters; Enamel and
Kid Ties and Buskin Over-shoes, cork soles, Ai
just received and for sale bv
oct 11 WM. B. FERRY A CO.
B 1 ... -
thick Boots; calf, enamel and kip sewed and
peg Brogans, Gaiters, Dancing Puinjis, Ac., just re
WM. B. FERRY A CO.
M ISSES’ Lace and Congress Gaiters; Enamel and
Jennv land Boots and Gaiters and Slippers,
just received by WM. 15. FERRY A CO.
XrW Boots anil Shoes,
A TTHE SIGN OFTIIE BIG BOOT. Xo. :t,
lotten Avenue, op
■, opposite Wn)
Hall, Macon, Georgia.—Tliesubscribei
Shovels, Sjtades aud Axes.
Cf\ DOZEN “Ames” Shovels ami Spade*.
OU 50 dozen ••Leverets” Axes, warranted.
30 do. Axes, Inferior Brands, for sale by
Chains ! Chains !!
OAflfl LBS. I’resa Chains.
OUUU 31)00 lbs. Coil do., from 3-15 to 1-2 inch.
2000 lb*. Log End Fifth do. luworted sizes.
500 pair Trace Chain*, for sale by
dec 6 BRAY, CARHART A CO.
.11 ill Irons ;uid Mill Saws.
rAOA LBS. Mill Irons, various kind*.
DUUU 5 dozen Mill Saws, assorted length and
breadth. 0 48 inch Circular Saws, for sale by
dec C BRAY. CARHART St CO.
turn their thanks for the very lilteral and long con
tinued patronage extended to them, nnd would most
i-spectfiilly solicit a continuance of the same. We
hare now In store a large assortment of BOOTS
AND SHOES, mostly of our own manufacture, to
which weekly additions will be made, of al! the dif
ferent styles and patterns usually called for in a shoe
store, and would invite those wishing to purchase, to
call and examine onr stock, ns we are preiinrcdto sell
as low ns any house in the citv or State,
oct 12 MIX A KIRTLAND.
I JOOTS.—A full assortment of Gents' line
> French Calf Boots, pump sole, welted and
waterproof, of various kiiels and qualities, both
soled and lugged. Just received and for sale lowliy
oct'12 MIX A KIRTLAND.
► DOTS ANI) SHOES.—Men’s, Boys and
B ~.. — —,
Youth's fine calf and kip peg'll Boot*
Men's stout kip limiting and inud Boots; Gent* last
ing Gaiters, Monterey, opera and ties, and fine calf
Brogans; Gents, hoys’ and youths’ patent and enam
elled Brogans; Men’s, lmys' and youths' California
kip Brogans, a large assortment,
oct 12 MIX A KIRTLAXI).
T. B. NISDET. CIIAS. P. I.EVT.
Nisbct A Levy,
O CMULGEE FOUNDRY A MACHINE SHOP,
Macon, Georgia. Manufacturers of Steam En
gine* nnd Boilers, RiccTlirashers, Gin anil Mill Gear
ing, Saw .Mill Iron* and Shaftings, Water Wheels,
ln..to a -...I II.,11... VnlliitM llrnvit lfulltiMfd mill Ala-
Plate* and Balls, Pulleys, Grave Railings and Me-
As a testimonial to the chara<-ter of then: work,
they beg leave to snlimit the following extract from
the Report of the Committee on Machinery, to the
So. Central Agricultural Society A .Mechanics' Insti
tute. Mr. Win. M. Wadley is the well known nnd
competent Engineer in the Chief of the Western A
Atlantic Railroad, mid the other luembcrsof thcCoin-
niittou are men of high standing a* mechanics.
EXTRACT I’ROM THE REPORT.
Oftlic three Engines exhibited, we consider Messrs
Nisbet A Levy’s the best, and best adapted toagricul-
tnral purpose’s, nnd a>vard them the premiums—a
Silver Cup worth 850 aud a Gobi Medal worth 830.
•* Of the Pumps. Water Wheels and Gin Gear ex
hibited, we consider Messrs. Nisbet A Levy’s tlie
R UBBER SHOES.—a large assortment
of Gents and bovs Rubbers. Also, LaJ
dies slipper and sandal rubber Shoes of Goodyear's
celebrated patent. Just received and for sale low by
oct 12 MIX A KIRTLAND.
P LANTATIONBKOGANS.-N0W in store
tlie be t assortment of Negro Shoes, w
have ever offered in tiiis market. .Men’s double
soled peg and nailed black and nissetts; do. heavy
single soled black nnd nissetts : do. boys and youths
black and nissetts, all of winch we are selling very
low. MIX A KIRTLAND.
C ALF SKIN AND SOLE LEATHER.-On baud a
very snjierior Iotsif French Calf Skins, with In
nings nnd Gindin;*; Oak and Hemlock sole Leather
Shoe Thread, with a good assortment of Lasts, peg
Boot Trees anil shoe finishing. Just received and for
sale by MIX A KIRTLAND.
Thomaston, Dec. 15th, 1853.
T HE Stockholders of tiiis Company are required
to pay an additional installment of Ten Dollars
per share, on or before the 15th day of Felimarv
next, at their office in Thomaston. - By order of tlie
Board of Directors. IV. D. WOODSON, Treas.
dec £0 ;»
prufr55innnl nnit '^HDiiifM ifnrlu
a. A. speer. a. d. ha.m.mond.
PEER A HAM.MOXD, Attorneys at Law, ,l/«-
£1 hi#, Gn.—Will practice in the adjoining counties
of tlie Macon and Flint Circuits,
nov 8 1 v
] W. PATTKRSOlf, ATTORNEY at LAW—
•I . Fokstth. AIoniioe Cocntt, Ga.
Jlareli 22, 185;t.
LANK, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
IIORKHT P. HUt., JOHN J. CART.
H all a c aky, attorneys at laav,
iVneoit, Gn.—Will practice in the counties of
Bibb. Monroe, Upson, Pike, and Spalding.
Office over Dr. W. O. Little's Drug Store.
'Macon. Oct. 12, 1352. lv
II. G. I.AMA1!, O. A. I.OCHRANK
L A IIA It A I.OCtlltANR. ATTORNEYS
AT I. AW—Office over Jir/tlcn A* CVs. tint Store,
Macon, Ga.—Will practice ill tlie Superior Conrts
of the following counties:
Bibb, Monroe, Pike, Houston, Dooly, Snnifor,
Crawford, Macon, Jones, and Twiggs, anil in the Su
preme Court at -Macon, Decatur, and Columbus.
-All cases placed in our band* for collection will be
punctually attended to.
jan 6 lv
T>ASSEXGER TRAINS leave Macon daily at (it.
A. M., arrive at Oglethorpe 10j, A. M„ arrive lit
Columbus 1 o’clock, P. M. Leave Columbus daily at
8 o’clock, A. M., and Oglethorpe at 111, A. M., ar
rive at Macon 3>, P. M., connecting at Macon each
way with Central R. It.Trains to Savannah, Angusta
and MiUedgeville, and with Macon Western
Trains to Griifiu, Atlanta, Dalton, Chattanooga,
Connecting daily at Columbus by a fast line of
Coaches 28 miles to Opelika, thence 64 miles by M.
A W. P. It. R. to Montgomery, Alabama.
Connecting at Oglethorpe with Tallahassee and
Eufaula mail stages.
Passeiigers diuc at Fort Valiev.
GEO. W. ADAMS, Sup’d’nt.
Macon, August 22.1853. sep 20
n & 13. D. TKA4 V, ATTORNE YS AT AWL.
Macon, ft i.—Will practice ill nil the Superior
Courts of the Mneon Circuit,
lids’ 17 ly
K. K RAM WELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
n. Itnrnetvillr, Gn.—Will attend the Superior
Courts in the counties of Pike, Spalding, Upson,
Monroe and Crawford. And will give prompt atten
lion to nil business intrusted to his care,
jan It ly
J OIHV II. POWKKN continues to practice Law
in Houston, and al! the adjoining counties of the
Macon and Sooth-Western Circuits,(and ill any part
of the State bv special contract.
Perry, Nov. 29, 1853. 16—ly
Macon & Western ISailroiuI.
O N nnd after Monday, Mav 17th, tbe Trains will be
run as follows:
Leave Macon 8 15 !*. JL. arrive in Atlanta 1 39
A. M.: Leave Atiauta 5 30 I*. 51., arrive in Macon 1(1
45 P.M. ; connecting at Atlanta with tlie Trains of
the Western A Atlantic and LaGrange Roads, and
with the Day Train of the • Scorgin Road, and at Ma
con with tho Day Train of the Central and South
western Roads. Passengers will arrive in JIacou at
a quarter past 13 and at Atlanta, at half past 1, ha
ving tlie remainder of the night for rest.
Accomodation Trains, Tri-Weekly, will leave Ma
con every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8
o'clock, A. M. Leave Atlanta 7 30 A. M. Arrive
in Atiauta 31*. M. This Train will connect with the
night Train of the Georgia Road at Atlanta, and with
the night Train of tlie Central Road at JIacou.
Passengers by tlie Upward Train can dine in
Tlie Accomodation Train between JIacou and
Grifliu will be discontinued.
EJ1EKS0N FOOTE, Snp't.
mav 11 39
Tlie ISoatl Io Health I
CURE OF A DISORDERED UUER AXD
DAD DICES TIOS.
Copy of a letter troin Mr. R. W. Kirkus, Chemist, 7
Prescott street, Liverpool, dated ntli .lime, 1851.
To Prof. Holloway—.Sir: Your Pills and Ointment
have stood the liighest on onr list of Proprietary Jlc
divines for some years. A customer, to whom I cau
refer for any empirics, desires me te let you know
the particular* o! her case. She hud been troubled
for years with a disordered liver and lind digestion.
On tlie last occasion, however, the virulauce of the
attack was so alarming, and the iutiamatioii set iu s<
severely, tlmt doubts were entertained of iier not be
ing able to bear up under it; fortunately she was in
duced to try your Pills, and she informs me tlmt
after tho first,aiid each succeeding dose, she had great
relief. She continued to take them, and although she
used only three boxes, she is how in the enjoyment of
perfect health. I could have scut you many more
cases, but the above, from the severity of the attack,
amt tlie speedy cure, I think speaks much in favor
of vottr astonishing Pills.
(ingued) R. W. KIRKUS.
A S DR. G. MCDONALD has do-
J Y dined leaving Macon, tlie firm of Mv
G. A Jas. M. JIcDonald will be con- fir
tinned as heretofore. They are qualified for and pre
pared to do, any style of work belonging to the Den
Office as usual, at tbe residence of G. McDonald,
on Second street.
E A. I41SBET, Will practice law in Bibb and
• tbe adjoining counties, and in tlie Supreme
Court at Savannah, Macon, MiUedgeville, Ainericus,
Columbus and Deeattir.
He will pay particular attention to tlie collection
t of debts " "
or settlement of debts and to Conveyancing.
£ rr Office over the store of diaries Day A Co., on
the corner of Mulberry and Second Streets.
JIacou, Nov. 22, 1853. 3m
Prmjs, irtlFirirtiinj, ?;z.
CIIEimV STREET, NEAR COTTON AVENEE, MACON, G.
j II. A- 8Y. B. KLI.IB are receiving, and,
• keep constantly on bund a general assort
ment of DRUGS AND MEDICINES—as fol
Alcohol, full strength. Calomel
ALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS OF
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Comma Gentia Belladonna
Old Dr. J. Townsend’s Sarsaparilla ; Sands’ do ;
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Afrni- "I’ork giiurrtisrmrnls.
T HIS spacious HOTEL situated in the
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sine.—, and capable 01' accommodating '
persons has just been thoroughly repaired tnrough-
nut, and opened fortlie accommodation of the pub
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of tlie most comfortable and convenient HOTELS
in the citv, as the proprietors are anxious to secure
RF* One trial is solicited.
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M GREEN, Avill continue the Practice of Medi
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engaged, can always he found at their office, opposite
tin- Jlethodist Church, aud next door to Mr. Poe’s.
JIacon, Feb. 1, 1*53. 1;
T^H. KtClIAltp II. NISBKT.hasremoved
to Ralston’s Noav Block, on Cherry Street,
where lie may be found at all hours during tlie day
or night, except when professionally engaged. Par
ticular attention paid to calls from the country.
• oct 13 10
D RS. BOON A IIAMMOND have associated
themselves in tlie practice of tlioirnrofession,
and off'er their services to tlie citizens of Macon and
surrounding country. They pledge themselves to
giA'c prompt and taithful attention to all eases en
trusted to tlieir care.
Office over Jlr. George Parito's Drag Store.
:r. K. BOON.
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71KA1KU5 iHAJUAE ANI> FIBE 1.1-
I SITKA NX'13 CO.III* AN V.—Home Office,
An rMretoritinary curt oj' Rheumatic Fcrcr in Van
Dicme/ «’■< Ijtuil.
Copy of a letter inserted in tho Hobart Toaati Cou
Her, of tho 1st .March, 1851, by Major .1. Welch.
.Margaret Jl’Coimigun, 19 years of age, residing
at New Town, had been suffering from a violent
rheumatic fever for upwards of two mouths, which
had entirely deprived lier of the use ot her limbsj;
during tiiis period she was under tlie care of the most
ciniucnt medical men in llohart Town, and by them
her ease Was considered hopeless. A friend preA’ail-
ed upon her to try Holloway’s celebrated Pills,Avhicli
she consented to do, and in an incredible short space
of time they effected a perfect cure.
'nre of a Fain anil Tightness in the Chert amt Sto
mach of a person 84 year* of age.
From Messrs. Thew A Son, Proprietors of tho Lynn
Advertiser, who can vouch for tlie folloAviug state
meat, August 2d, 1851 :
To Prof. Ilolloway—Sir: I desire to boar testimony
tho good effect "of llolloAvay's Pills. For some
years 1 have suffered severely from a -pain and tight
ness in the stomach, which whs also accompanied
hv a shortness of breath, that prevented me from
w'alking about. I ain 84 years of age, aud iiotAriUi-
staudiug my advanced state of life, these Pills have
so relieved me,that 1 am desirous that otiiers should
he made acquainted with their virtues. 1 am new
rendered, by their uieaus, comparatively active, and
can take exercise without inconvenience or -paiu,
which I could not do before.
Xorth-st., Lynn, Norfolk.
These celebrated Pills are wonderfully efficacious
in tlie following complaints:
Ague, Asthma, Billions Complaints, Blotches on
the Skill, Bowel Complaints, Colics, Constipation of
the Bowels, Consumption, Debility, Droiisv, Dysen
tery, Eiysipelas, Female Irregularities, Fevers of all
kinds Fils. Gout. Headache. lmli<*e-tioii. liiflnmnia-
Cltiisu and Crockery Slorc.
St rami Street Triangular Block, Macau, Ga.
"O P. JIcEVOY lias just received and is now
liesL^mld'awanitYiein the preiiuumoii these articlesof I XL. opening an extensive anf |
n ranfselnre ” WM. M. WADLEY, Ch’n. Goods in Ins line, to which lie
Uiilimnt 4 * — ti.ntinti Atnniwr ntln-l’ itf-tnu
- Orders for Gin Gear and other machinery,
promptly filled, on suitable reference being given.
ORE A GALLAGHER. FniLADXLriiiA, Pa —
Maaufactersra of all kinds of Iron K illing, IU-
a. Verandahs, Iron Fronts, Garden th at*. Dogs,
Linns, and Ornamental Falicy Work of nil kinda,—
AliookofddMtnudcc., may lie ^
nde, on application to A. K. McbAUGHLIN,
JIacou, July 5. 1853. 47—ly' Agi’ilt.
Tin Ware Hlaniifactory.
CHERRY STREET—XACOX. GA.
WING uoav engaged good, prompt and faithful
workmen, I am prepared to do all kind:
TIN H "
RK in tlie city or country, in th
-r, and on tlie most reasonable terms.
• AH orders for Tin Work, or Goods in my line,
> promptly “ *'
B. A. WISE.
Vol. of C
h k. t Cutlery
. »| SI
/, -1 Ir
m Jl -nth '
War. of all kinds
Sr..r <•! *
Hi- „ ms and Bin-in—. at
of tho Wo
B. A. WISE S
•w Store. Cherry -t.. M ■■■■■ '. <^'-
eh iMf : IC
•ul. Barley, Ac.
n - Is N
1 ill -in
-ed U'he.it. 75 bushel- Kirby.—
- Seed Oats. • > sacks Guam..
, v i , ASHER AY RKh.
MAN 1 11.LAS. .1 c...t by
L mu 2
WlNSnil’A SON. 1
For sale b
opening an extensive and elegant stock of
1 111 his liue, to which lie invites public at
tention. Among oilier items, he begs leave to men
tion the following:
White mid Gold-band Chinn, iu Tea and Dinner
Setts, at prices from 881o 8150.
rdiver Plated Castors and Fruit Baskets.
Cltandallt-r* (forfluidl suitable for I tails A- C'hnrches.
. Brittania Ware—Knives anil Forks,
Large Jot of Vases—Coffee Cups,
Goblets, Tumblers and other Glassware.
Ill-side a Urge assortment of White Granite and
Common Ware, and every other article usually kepi
in a similar establishment. Tim Ladles are special
ly invited to call and examine Ms assortment, before
purchasing elsewhere. sept 27
t T IiOARDMAX'S!!!—Sir Jonas Barrington's
' \ Sketches of his own Tunes; Tlie Mud Cabin;
Mark Hurdlestooo; Boughingit in the Bush; The
Fawn of the Palo Faces; Victims of Excitement, by
_Bc!ics; Napoleon 11
Calhoun's Works; Wcbst.
Life mid Letters;
r’s Works iu six
u. in five Yols;
id the Parables;
. . n: k
I-.,-!, li-r !'5.t: In- Artist
Po-111 -. Tangli n'
Ell Mr Clifton ; The Young
nil.-I.-; Tin- i'i.’ture PVasun-
i.i- ami in.-irin-t.
.1 .M BOARD.WA.N
lurv, EinsnwiH^ rruuuv *a a it iunt iuod, rc»tio •««
kinds. Fits, Gout, Headache, Indigestion, Inflamma
tion, Jaundice, Liver Complaints, Lumbago, Rheu
matism, Piles, Retention of Urine, Scrofula or King’s
vii. Sore Throats, Stone and Gravel, Secondary
■Svinptoms, Tie Douloureux, Tumours, Ulcers, \'c-
Ii'eral Affections, Worms of all kinds, Weakness from
whatever cause, Ac.
Sold at the establishment of Prof. HOLLOWAY,
244 Strand, (near Temple Bar, London) anil by all re
spectable Druggist miu Dealersin .Medicines through
out the British Empire, and those of the U. States,
in boxe* at 37} cents, 87, and 81 50 cadi. Wholesale
bv tlie principal Drug Houses in the Union and by
Messrs. A. B. A D. SANDS. New York.
There is a considerable saving by taking the
N. B.—Directions for tho guidance of patients in
every disorder are affixed to each box. For sale by
WM. W. LINCOLN, Savannah, Ga., and by E. li
STROHECKER, Macon, Ga.
mav 10 eowly
Quarter aad.IIall' Pipes Pure imported Brandy.
25 do. Malaga, Madeira and Port Wine. Hoi
land Gin. Mnuougahcla and old Bonrhon Whiskey.
50 Boxes and half Boxes Virginia Tobacco.
T. C. DEMPSEY,
dee 6 Floyd Home Building.
DANCY CONFECTIONARY AND GROCERY
r STORE.—J. II. DAMOUR still at Ms old stand,
.Mulberry street, two doors below Lanier llonse,
keeps up his old reputation of selling (of hid own
importation) the best of LIQUORS, such «s old
Bnuidv, Holland Gin, Jamaica Ram, Scotch and
Irish Wbb-key, Champagne, Bnrgundv, Bordeaux,
Malaga, sherry and Madeira Whies oj best qualities.
Also, an assortment of such SUGARS os are seldom
found anywhere. Al.-o, fine Tobacco, Butter, Chi-i-sc,
Crackers'. Dried Beef, Beef Tongues. Pickles, Pro-
serves. Nuts and Fruit of all kind-, C.-indv of home
Saratoga Springs, New York. Cash Capital. 8300,-
000. Cady Hollister, President, John G. Bitmap,
Secretary. R. D. PHILLIPS, Agent.
IzU Office at Store of W. H. Ferby A Co., 51a-
lee 13 18—3m*
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Resolve away all Diseased Deposits.
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For all Acute Complaints,
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Tho moment it is applied externally, or taken into
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Hurd’s Golden Gloss for the Hair.
A MONO the many preparations for tlie growth of
il. the Hair, tins GOLDEN GLOSS takes the
lend. Three reasons will be given why it is so uni-
, ;; 1 versally used and preferred to all others. 1st. Be
a cripple tor nine years. Radway s Ready Relief I ft has proveff the most effector! in Baldness,
relieved hint from pain 111 fifteen minutes, enabled id Because it imparts a beautiful dark gloss and
him to walk two miles without a stick or crutch in delightful perfume to the Hair. 3d. Because tbe La-
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the above, have been cured by lv. R. Relict. I vv jjy j; ] s great favorite, but those who want more
Cholera lloi-bns. - I liavo only to give it a trial. Price 25 cents in large
Bndwnv’g Ready Relief will relieve the sufferer j bottles. For sale by Druggists and Storekeepers
from all pain in fifteen or twenty minutes. It will j e ' 'j 1 ?'') here.
cure the most desperate cases in a few hours. ' “ 1
lv, C. HURD, Proprietor,304 Broadway, N. York.
rrL arge discount to Merchant*, [nov 22 6nt
Tlie moment R. R. Relief is applied it allays the
most painful paroxysms. It will always cure."
It will relieve the mo.-t distressing pains iu fifteen
minutes. It will likewise prevent renewed attacks.
In ten minutes a tea spoonful of R. R. Relief will
stop tlie Chills and break the Fever. I lie prepared by the 15th instant to exhibit auassort-
Aehes of all kinds. Pains of all kinds. Bruises, | incut of goods in their line, which will fairly com-
MiIK Goods Ac,
C ARLETOX, CLARK, St CO.—Importers and
Wholesale Dealers in Silk and Fancy Dry
Goods, 139 Bromltray.N. V. Are receiving by ev
ery arrival of Steamers and Packets from France
and England, the most desirable descriptions of RICH
DRESS GOODS. SHAWLS, RIBBONS, EJIBUOI-
DKKIES, Ac., Ac., of their own selection. And will
AKtfoud, Conn., Fire and Marine Risks taken
on the most favorable terms liv C. DAY’, Agent,
H O.1113 INMI'KAN'4'13 COMPANY—Office,
No. 10 Wall Street, New York. Cash Capital
9500,000. SO! EON L. LOOMIS, President.
Charles J. Martin, Secretary.
CRAS. CAMPBELL, Agent,
nov 1 ly Macon, Geo.
Burns, scalds, strains, sprains, stiff' joints, lameness. I pete with any in the city.
One application of Railway’s Read} - Relief will iu a " Also, a complete assortment of CARPETINGS,
few moments entirely chip the pain. I foreign and domestic, and having manufacturers ma
lt reduces swellings, In-als sores, cuts nnd wounds, I king exclusively for them, have now on hand, and
removes braises, ailavs the most violent irritations, will bo receiving throughout the season patterns to
For all pains use R. R. Relief. Look for tlie signa- be found in no other house.
ture of Radway It Co. on eaelt bottle.
July 19, 1853,
H AIITUOI3D FIBE INMUKANX’13 CO
Hartford, Conn.—Established in 1810. Fire
risks oil Cotton, and Produce ill Store, merchandise,
store houses, dwellings, and furniture, churches, Ac.
iu the above old ampwell established Company, ta
ken at the usual rates bv
E. J. JOHNSTON. Agent
jan 18 for the city of Macon, Bibb co.
M utual i.ipk inmukanuk c« .
New York. Jas. Akhatt, Secretary. Joseph
B. Collins, President. Applications received bv
feb 27 C. DAY', Agent.
EDWARD A. VINCENT,
ARCHITECT AXD CIVIL ENGINEER, AND
O FFICE ON COTTON AVENUE, over Payne
Drag Store. Gentlemen wishing copies of the
new Map of Macon, will please register tneir names
nt my office, as no oilier copies will he issued,
net 4 3m
rplIE subscriber takes this method of informing
X the public, tli.it having fitted up a honse for tlie
tlie purpose, and having numerous orders to till, he
is prepared nt nil times to purchase Negroes, either
singly or iu families, and will pay fair market prices
for them in cash.
In addition to the above, ho will receive and sell
on commission, any real estate or personal property,
that hi* patrons may lie pleased to entrust him with,
lie will also he responsible for any personal property
that lie receives. JVM. WRIGHT, Broker,
oct 4 Bay Lane, Savannah.
JBoimty I„:iu<l am! Pension Agency
rplIE undersigned have established an office iu
JL JIacou for the purchase and sale of Land, and
will also attend to tlie recovery of claims for Bounty
Laud* nnd Pension from the Government to the Sol-
dies who served in the late wars.
UP* Office over A. J. White’s Store, JIacou, On.
aug 30 C. A A. J. MACABTHY.
Bounty litind uu«i Pension Agency
fHARkKS C. TUCKKR, WASHINGTON', D. C
A TTORNEY' for Claimants, A Agent fin-obtaining
Revolutionary, Naval, Invalid and Ilnlf-pny
Pensions, Bounty Land, arrears of pay, extra pay,
Ac., for Jliiitary "and Naval services.
Bounty Land obtained for the widows and heirs of
'ohiuteers of the .Texas Revolution of 1836; and
extra pay obtained for services in the U. S. Navy on
the coasts of California anil Mexico, from 1846 to 1853.
Address CHARLES 0. TUCKER,
dee 6—3m Washington, D. C.
manufacture, and imported Fri
Tres Flonc's Cigar.-.
Currei t. igsrs. 1
ind Union 1
25,9011 Cigar*, various brand;
I'scturi*—very low pri.-ps lor i-ii-ii
BRUNSWICK CITV, GBOBtRA.
L ARGE and peremptory sale of Building Luts i
the city of Brunswick, Flute of Georgia. The
proprietors of the city of Brunswick hereby give no
tice, that a sale of Five Hundred eligible Lots will
take place, by public auction, nt the Oglethorpe
House, in said city, on Tuesday, the 12th day of Jan
uary, 1851, ut 12 o’clock, Jl. The sale will be posi
tive to the highest bidder. Terms—One third cash,
anil the remaining two-third* in one and twu years.
Title perfect. The port ami site of Bumswiek hold
out coin.nerei.-il and maritime advantages superior to
those presented by any other South of Chesapeake
Bay. The climate"is healthy—the water pure. Fur
ther particulars, witli maps, Ac., may be had at the
office of tiie Company, wo Broadway, New Y’oric, or
of Mr. John Brooks", Agent, Brunswick, Georgia.
WILLIAM CHAUXCEY, President.
Thomas A. Dexter, Secretary-
nov 29 16—6t
C ATER * GRIFFIIY
t T home, with a well selected stock of Groceries
and Staple Dry Goods.
Best quality Bagging. Western and Russia Rope,
Georgia Wootens and tfltSes. Refined un i tft. Croix
ttag.ir.-i; Old Java and Ris Coffee; Extra and Super-
fine Flour; I’aints, Oils, Ac. Onr friends will please
rill remember us. sell 6 I
, O T II il S K i; \ <> V A T I \ G
1 ' DEMl'r
1HFi subscriber mav
II,ms.-, where h-w|
Fruiii lemr ex-peri
•nt he will be a 1.1 ■
ith a call. Clothe.
e fiinn'l ar the Mansion
carry on the above im.-i-
u*e in this line, he feels
..itiall who mav favor
nf all "kinds cl-ant-d and
■d. to look
qual tn new. Al-n, Ladii
renovated, in the iie^t manner.
<1 WILLIAM CDRUIDAN.
K. B. IS.—Xo. ’J.
RADWAY’S RENOVATING RESOLVENT,
RESOLVES, RENOVATES, REBUILDS.
Bleeding of the lungs,
e-t. Vitus’ Dance,
The above eighteen complaint* R. R. Resolvent
.will positively cure.
It renovates the system completely, resolving | of p AJ - C y GOODS, COMBS, JEWELRY, PER
1IORE & GAIjIiAGHi-iR,
Ridge Road and Coates Street, Philadelphia.
I RON FOUNDERS A Manufacturers of Wrought
nnd Cast Iron Railings, and all kinds of Orna
mental and Architectural Iron Works, Iron Railings
for public and private Grounds, Verandahs, Settees,
Chairs, Tables, Ac.
83T Particular attention paid to the enclosure of
Burial Lots. Jlore A Gallagher's Book of Original
Designs and List of Prices sent to persons wishing to
make a selection. nov 8 3m
Fancy Goods, Comb and Hosiery
W ARD, PECK A CO., Importers and Deal
ers.—No. 47, Maiden Lane, New York.—Have
always on hand the largest and best Essorted slock
away from the solids all impure poisonous and diseas
ed deposits, freeing the blond aud fluids of life from
FUMERY', and YANKEE NOTIONS generally, that
can be found in America, to which they would in-
The Hosiery Department is superintended by Mr.
CHURCH, whose long experience in this branch of
tho business, will enable them to offer kxtkaok-
letters from high authority.
Hon. J. J. Middleton, of Waceamaw, 8. C., writes
us under date of May 2d, 1853, that Railway's Reno- I BINARY inducements.
vating Resolvent cured 0110 of his negroes, on his | X. B.—Great care mid a
plantation at Beaufort, of a scisofnlous complaint,
of many years' standing. The poor fellow was a dis
gnsting object of pity: lie was a moving mass of
sores. The other negroes could not remain in the
same place with him. Ite was entirely cured by
Radwnv’s Renovating Resolvent, mid is now nt work
JIaroh IS, 1853.
attention given to orders.
upon the plantation. To tho people of 8. C., Jlr.
Middleton is well known, and to the political world
Jlr. Jliddleton is 110 stranger.
When the Patient lias been afflicted for five years,
or under, favorable symptoms will appear oh tlie
third day after using It. It. Resolvent.
Arrivals for Fall Trade, 1853.
TUfEW A HEAVY WOOLENS, the greatest bar-
i\ gains ever offered in New Y’ork.
WM. H. KXOEPFEL,
Nos. 99 nnd 101 William street, N. Y.
Has now for sale an extensive stock of KALI.
GOODS, suitable for Clothiers and Merchant T*i-
lors, mostly of his own importation.
.Short time and cash buyers are particularly invited
to call and examine my stock before purchasing
jnly 20 ly
For sale by E. L. STROHECKER A CO., Silicon;
l’helps A Ensign, Forsyth; J. W. Jones, Griffin,
and Druggists and Jlercnauts every where,
oet 25 ly
rp HE Subscriber has just opened this spa- JL-., j k
cious, and every wav desirable Hotel ]aY; qB
at Brunswick, and umtiahed it throughoutJSSlUL
with New Furniture, ami he intends to offer to
Travelers, and regular or transient Boarders, all tlie
comforts of a First Class Hotel.
JOHN II. WOOD, Proprietor,
Jlav, 1853. 41—ly
1'iSlllT A ClDillillK,
T31 PORTERS AND JOBBERS IN SIL.K AND
_L FANCY' DRY GOODS—No. 10 Oourtlaxdt
i Street, New Y'ork.—Have now on band, and are
I constantly receiving the richest and most desirable
styles of DRESS GOODS. .SILKS, LACES, KM
BROIDERIES, MANTILLAS and RIBBONS, to
which they would invite the attention of the Geok
•Merchants when visiting New Y’ork. and for
I cash or Approved credit great inducements will be
X. B.—Particular attention paid to orders.
March 15, 1853. ly
Fresh Garden Seeds.
O A AAA Papers Garden Seeds.
OU.UUU 2 barrels Onion Setds
.A. CO. make should he particular to notice the
stamps, as tin-re ere various counterfeits and imita
tion- stamped Collins, and labelled much like ours,
which are fraudulently sold in some parts of the Uni
ted States as our manufacture. They are made in
different parts of the country by various axe-makers.
1 bushel Kentucky Blue Grass Seed.
1 do. French Laconia Seed.
1 do. Rod nnd White ('In rer Seed. Just re
ceived, and for salo wholesale and retail, hy
GEOllGE PAY’NE, Druggists, Macon, Ga.
dec 6 17—3m
To the merchants of Dlticon.
G OODS intended for Macon, brought up the Chat
tahooeiiee River upon tho Boats mentioned be
low, Avill be forwarded through Columbns F.-ce of
Commission. Steamer Oswiciiee,
•* .South Carolina,
“ Gusset a,
Columbus. Now 8. 1853. 3ui
Liiuili'Ctli’N IVai-rauteri Garden
/I KOWTil of I >5:1, vi - :—12 varieties Cabbages;
Vjf Beans, Snaps, and Runners; Beet.-, Cucnm-
bers; Lettuce, ILidi.-hes; 10 varieties l 1
nips, E. Dutch, Red Tops, and others; Grass seed-,
"lower seeds. C'.- jury SeeiLs, and many other kind-.
Button Onions, and Onion setts.
* Country Merchants and Families supplied on
nimble terms. J. II. A W. S.ELLIS.
Near Cotton Av nine Chcrrv-st., JIacon.
;rns. With 1,
Stsi>i- Dry Go-
ir UK. D
Blankets, Kerseys;, Ac.
n.l 9 quarter Blankets. 15 p
1 12, quarter Bed Blankets.
15 ball's Oanaburgs. 10 li.
,enl a.-.-ortnientof Domestic;
For .-.lie bv
‘ A-HEIi AYRE-
O N Savannah, Cliarlestr
ir. diseountrd liv
New Y'orit, Boston,
T DAY A CO
and are "generally of >ei> iu»»i-
geunine Collins axes, whidi have
xtensive reputation, are invariably
LIN'S A (:().. Hartford.” and caeli
label with my signature. It is
years sine*- wn commenced tiie i
stamp nf ” CiUius St Co.. Hartford,
know of any other axe-makw by tin
ill tlie United Slates,
sng 2:1—2 ly SAM. W. COLLIN'S
icquirod such sn
a- hns a printed
-•-re than 25
and I do not
name of Collins
r;ADDLE, HARNESS AND COLLAR
O .MANUFACTURER, wiioi.ksale/
in0 retail. No. 42, South street, one door
Jo on Ijimbard feed, Baltimore, Maryland.
Tite alioA'e article- are manufactured of the best
materials, and at the lowest prices.
•Merchants and Wholesale Dealers nre invited to
call and examine my stock before making purchases,
being prepared to sell goods as low as they can ho
purchased in any of the Northern or Eastern cities,
and pledges himself to duplicate any bill made in
those cities l’lea-o call and satisfy yourself of tho
fart. ia..o •> " " 52—ly
jTIarou Diigncrreati Gallery, .hie* of
TK have removed from Mulberry Street,-usiness
Triangular Bloqk, where we Avill be plea is euaj
friends, and all those nlio are -lesiroufses and.
■ing Likenesses taken. Satisfaction given in ,'ndsin-
in.-tiince, or no charge. ir sale,
r?" Instruction given, and apparatus furnished.'-EK.
•>’ Kntranee tlirougli Messrs. Murdock A Ot lit
o'- l'inno Store, Cotton Avenue, and betweeu
McKvov ,v Ferrv's, Second Street.
ier 211 io—tt' McDaniel a smith
N Cbemizetts, Under-sleeves, Muslin Robes Color*
and Erabroideris generallv, our stock is far shove
competition. Wo will prove the fact to all who favor
- with a visit. BOSTICK A JOHNS,