„dt I took,
j and gentle look,
•r who gave it, then
■ and biooin,
vrapt in gloom,
jf care and grief,
• */.. ...
i’ /hall '*■ , f
at L ■ .»«> • •
ates lh>. tst.”
e Athnny Ar g u '
i HE DYING BOY.
. sweet in childhood, to give back
. grown familiar with the paths •fain,
.irnl sown—to gamer up its hitter fruits.—
I knew a hoy, whose infant feet had trod
U[x>n the blossoms of some seven springs,
And when the eighth came round, and called him
To revel in its light, he turned away,
And sought his chamber to lie down and die,
*T was night —lie summoned his accustomed friends
And, oil this wise, bestowed his last bequest.
“Mother—l’in dying now!
There’s n deep suffocation in my breast,
As if some heavy hand my bosom pressed ;
And now my brow—
I feel the cold “sweat stand ;
My lips grow dry, and tremulous, and my breath
Conies leehiy up. Oh, tell me, is this death?
Mother, your hand—
Here— lay it on my wrist,
And place the other thus, beneath my head,
And say. sweet mother say, when i am dead
Shall l he missed ?
Never beside your knee,
Shall I kneel down again to pi ay.
Nor with the morning wake, and sing the lay
You taught me.
Oh, at the time or prayer,
When you look round, and see a vacant sea*,
You will not wait my coming feel—
You’ll miss me there.”
“Father—l’m going home !
To the good home von spoke of, that blest land
Where it is one bright summer always, and
Sturms do not come.
T must he happy then.
From pain and death you rav I shall he free,
That sickness never e-ters there, and we
Shall meet again !”
“Brother—the little spot
I used to call niv garden, wliete long hours
We’ve strayed to watch the budding things and
Forgot it not!
Plant there some box or pine,
Something that lives in winter, and will be
A verdant offering to niv memory,
And call it mine!”
“Sister— my voung rose tree—
That all the spring has been my pleasant rare,
Just putting forth its leaves 3>> green and lair,
I’ll give to thee.”
From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier.
Ah; how can language paint the charms
Os her lor whom my heart is bieskmg;
Or how can words depict alarms,
With which my very soul is chunking?
Love has a thousand hopes and tears,
We dream each lingering doubt is banished ;
The morn arrives; we tvake in tears,
To find eacli liury ;haspect vanislied!
Such is the hardest* lover’s fate,
And ne’er did swain hive more sincerely,
Titan 1 have loved toy darling Kate,
These two long months at least, or nearly.
A sweeter girl 1 never knew;
Her lips are red as winesap apple;
Her eyes arc of a paste-board bine,
Her checks are of the richest dapple.
waist like an inverted cone,
te Ol' Nature’- happiest moulding,
nnl her lovely form has shone,
•in y a chintz in graceful folding.
Kate, bewitching maid,
all other girls outdoing,
T beauties never lade,
V cease my wooing.
Np/.—A correspondent of
\n gives the following
r tence which came
anil which may
lot upon the nature
’ague of farmers,
1 placed a bag I
of white flint
Jer glass, anii
n-housc. On |
opcnetl the I
>e point of|
uny were i
tout in all
is in the i
s in sail!
tree! my I
uch cambric (printed;)
r'mk, green, blue, t.off, and purple cambrics;
Irish linen, and drills; \ 1 ... *
6 4 and 14-4 Cotton and liaeh shirtings;
r JKarse.liM counterpane*;
,* Co’tun ind silk pst mils; * /
V g t , a Puri* style, 1 , / v
l b", 'ljd.^f*tf v We-ytt*< «■ plainTrur;
. G.’i'i hcadfiercliielk; J
V\Vif k, sla;e, muted, colc-iec, s.lk.snd col
■ldri and cotton hose;
One t .e.toria coronation tires*;
V ctoria corded, Victoria/robeshalf corded;
Corded ail over and ADrsetiles shirts;
Gross eloili bv the yaort and piece;
Brown and hieoche/nomespuns;
Cotton drills and stripes tor summer wear;
Green borage, potions, combs, needles, thread,]
scissors, ihiniLk/ fiic., 6ic., and many other am- ;
clestuo numeri/s here particularise.
I / EDWIN WOODKUFF. 1
j Macon, yftrch 25, 1345. 23 if j
' JI’SX received,
A LARGE and splendid assortment of SPRING j
I AL GOODS, at a very low price
[for Ollhlehply. For snie ;>t the Store next door
to GrnVes, Wood x Cos., and formerly occupied by
" ssr>. Rujifii deNi By
. LETT MAN &. BRO.
1 MsV.n, i* - 22 ts
tß’i Ml VTOR'S SALE.
G. .'w. i order ff the Court ofOrdi
a Gii v county, will be sold on the
ho 1 1 J; n. xt, before the court-house
don.-in p jniy, all the real estate of ]
William I. .1 aseil. Sale to perlect ti
nts. .MOR UN N. BURCH, j
adato’r. de bonis non.
.March 26, 1945. 29 Ids j
IjIOUR months aiier date application will he j
tirade to the honorable Inferior court of Bihli j
county, when sitting lor ordinary purposes, |hr|
leave to sell the real estate of John Davis, senior, I
late of Bibb count v deceased.
DAVID J. DAVIS, Ad mV.
on the real estate of John Davis, deceased.
February 13, 1845. 13-4 m
months afterdate, application will he
made to the honorable Inferior court of Bibb
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for
leave to scil the real estate of Rebecca Davis, late
ol Bibb county, deceased.
DAVID J. DAVIS, Adni’or.
on the estate of Rebecca Davis, deceased.
February 19, 1345. 19-4 m
PURdL It MONTHS after date application wil
_ be made to the honorable the Inferior Court
of Crawford county ivhe.i sitting lor ordinary pur
poses, fur leave to sell, all the real estate belonging
to the estate of FFiliiam Matthews , late o! said
PATRICK M. CALHOUN, Admr.
January 22, 1845. 15—4 m.
ItfOUR MONTHS alter and ate application will
be made to the honorable die Inferior Court
ot Bibb county, when sitting fir ordinary purpo
ses, lor leave to sell the entire estate, real and per
sonal, of Henry Flanders late of said county de-
DAVID FLANDERS, Adm’r.
Dfcember 18, !S If. |0
Bisn T,i\ I'OI.t,ECTOK S S.%EE.
ON tlie first Tuesday in .MAY tux', will be sold
before the Court House door in the city of
Afacon, within the usual hours of sale, the follow
t ing property, 10-wii:
| L>t No. |, in square 25, in the city of Macon
: levied on as the property of Emily Carter, free ne
i gfu, to satisfy a Ufa lor taxes for 1844; properly
i returned by .lames M. Danellv,' agent; a mount of
lax, $5 15c Gin—Le y made and returned to me
by a co'Jisi.ihle.
Part of lot No. 5, in square 43, in tiie city of
-V/jcoii, levied nn as ti.e property of James Tlioinp
son.to satisfy ii lila ioMsxes fir !814j returned
by Albert S. Rose, agent; amount rff'.ltix, Jjf.'O 2J5e
Gist—levy made and returned to me by a cumiable
Lot No. 6, in square 36, in the city of Macon,
levied oil ns the property of WilHam McLeroy, to
satisfy a fi fit for taxes for 1844; amount of tax,
®3 22c 2m—Levy made and returned to me bv a
One house and lot in the city of AT icon, being
that in which Joseph Bennett now lives, levied on
as the property ot' Joseph Bennett, to satisfy a fi
ft lori.ixe, for 184 I; amount ot lax,sl6 43c 2m
Levy made and returned to ine by a constable.
Lot No. 4, in square 53, in the city of AJacou,
levied on astlie properly of Louisa Rose, to satisfy
afi sis..- taxes lor 1841; property returned h’v
A. L. R-mu: agent—amoniit of tax, sl2 97c 2m
Levy mule and returned tome by a constable.
One house and lot in the city of A/icon, occupied
bv James fl. Butts, and levied on as his property,
to satisfy a fi I'.i for his lax tor 184); amount of tax,
S2O 63c—Levy made and returned to me by a
Lot No. 6, in square 39, in the .city of .Macon,
levied on as the properly of Smilli Wl Bennett, to
satisfy n fi til lor ti.x f»r 1814; property returned
In-Joint J. Bemiett, agent; amount of tax, sl2 89c
—Levy made and returned In me by a cnn*lahle.
Lot No. 2, hi square 25, in the city of .V.icnn,
levied on ns the property of Sarah A. Chewning,
to saiisfy a fi lit liir taxes f>r 1844} properly re
turned by James M. Darteliy, agent; amount of
tax, $3 15o6in—Levy made and returned to me
hv a const able.
Lot of laud No. 92, in the 9th district and third
section of formerly Cherokee now Mwrnty county,
containing 160 acre* ; Lot of land No. 300. in the
9lt. di'trict anti third section of formerly Cherokee
now M array,' containing lGd npre-; Lot No. 10, in
the Mth dial riot and third section of formerly Che
rokee now .Murray, containing ItiO acres; Lot No.
129, in the third district of Lee county, containing
232 1-2 acres; Lot No. 5, in the seventh district
of Tro.ijj county, containing -392 1-2 acres; Lot
N'. 35, in the 10th district of Troup cminty, con
taining 202 1-2 acres; Lot N'o.C'in the 241 u dis
trict of formerly .Muscogee now Talbot countv,
confining 2'3-J 1-2 acres; L >t No. 205, in the ninth
distiyt of .Muscogee county, containing 202 1-2
acre?; and Lot No. 48, in the second iliatrict of
Henry county, containing 202 1-2 acres, more or
less, ail levied oiras the pro;»crtyof ,3/artin Riley, I
and given in hv his agent Spencer Riley, to satisfy
lux taxes for 1 §4-1.
Lot of land No. 76, in the first district of Rahtin,
j containing 490 acres; No. 344, in the ITtlt district
i of Ibrmerly Early now Thomas county, containing
-250 acres; No. 39, in the 26th district of Early
! county, containing 250 acres; No. 96, in the I3ih
district of Dooly county, containing 202 I-2 acres;
No. 57, in the 14th district of Dooly county, C(Hl—
t.ii ling 202 1-2 acres; No. 255,in the 15th district
; of formerly Jl/onroe now Upson county, containing
i 202 1-2 acres; No. 261, in the 7tlt district cud
! second section, containing 160 acres; No. 205. in
I the sth district nnd second section, mid N.*. 205
jin the sth district anil second section, uni No. 226
I hi thr sth district nnd second sectiivn of formerly
Cherokee now Gilmer county, containing 160 acre's
each; No. 1.13. in the 18th district anti third section
I of formerly Cherokee now P,adding count v, con
taining 40 acre*; No. 326. in the 19ih district and
third section ol Uirmerlv Cherokee now Paulding
county, containing 40 acres; and No. 231, in the I
4th district and fourth section iff Ihrmeriy Cherokee j
now t lov,l county, containing 160 acres, more ur
I;***, all levied on as the property of S|ieiicer Rdey, I
to nfliimy ihc ikxi'n.
R. H VSSF.TT, Tax Collector.
February «C. 1941.
. TED J
is, Cake ]
v witti and
together with j
try, Mil Fancy
finding with the
.urchasers will fiiut
aim a call before pur
d Warranted at price*
H atch Maker and Jeweller
■ Adjoining ;he store of Mr. G. A. Kimberly, Mul
berry street, Macon, Georgia.
January 15, 1845. 14 ts
NEW YORK EQUITABLE INSU
JL BLANCE COMPANY continue to take risks
r tidings, furniture, cotton, and merchandize,
on he nmsi favorable terms.
ISAAC HOLMES, Agent,
hlacon, March 12, 1315. 22 3t
NEGRO MEN, lor whom liberal wa
ges will be paid by
March, 12 1845. 22 if j
MRS. F. SHAIKH, OF PARIS,
MIL USER AND FASHIONABLE
Store next door to Meters. Rea fii Cotton's,
Respectfully inihrms the Ladies of
.Macon and vicinity, that she Iras just arrived
from New Fork, with anew and well selected
stock of new
VELVETS, SILK, STRAW,is.LEG MORAS
which will be sold very low. Old bonnets repair
edat the shortest notice. A call is respectfully so
December 11, 7844. 9 if
SJTAS just returned Horn Charleston, with a
choice assortment of articles of
She has removed to the next door from the Com
mercial Bank, ntul opposite Wriglev St Heart’s
Carriage Ware-House, where she will he happy to
receive calls from her old friends and the public
Sin; has carefully selected a choice assortment ol
Feathers, Parisian Flowers, Ribbons, Lace,
Gimps, Gloves, &c.
Also, Bonnet materials, which will be sold as
cheap as can lie had in this market.
BONNETS, TABBS and CAPS made to or
Also, nil kind of Embroidery, Masonic and Odd
Straws bleached and altered to the most fash
Oct. 25 a-ts
NEW STORE AND NEW ROODS.
npfrlE undersigned is receiving and
opening at his store on Cherry Street, nearly
opposite .Messrs. Walls fit .Voulto'n’s, and Martin
Hall’s, a general assortment ol Seasonable Bonnets,
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Hats, Shoes, Crockery, Glass Ware, etc.
Also constantly on hand a general assortment ol
CROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
all of which will he sold at the very lowest prices
lor CASH. His friends and the public are invited
to give him a call.
Macon, Od. 25—2—ts.
H. A J. COWLES,
HAVE removed to the Brick Store, on Colton
<m'« rl.iiM* UU« tnr Of
i tice, where they are notvuper.inga general assort
Groceries , Shoes, Hardware, &’c.
; together with a stock of STAPLE AJVD FAJYCY
I Dll Y GOODS, all of which will he sold low for
Our usual supply of CHEESE kept constantly
I on hand.
| M icon, Oct. 25, 1344.
selling; off at cost for -
HAVING a very large Slock of Goods on hand,
and being desirous of reducing it verv low
I by the spring, I am induced to offer tnv present
STOCK AT COST FOR CASH.
'[ Tit? Goods are new and bought in .Yew York
for Cash. The stock consists of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
lIATS. SHOES i,YD S*OOTS,
SADDLERY HARDWARE. CROCKERY,
BOLTING CLOTHS, MILL SAW'.*?,
PAINTS, OIL, WINDOW GLASS,
PUTTY AC. &C.
embracing every article usually kept in this Mar
Country Merchants, Peddlers, and other persons
' wishing to buy, would do well to look at my Goods
1 belbre Purchasing, as great bargains may be had.
WM. A." ROSS.
December 11, 1844. 9-:f
Gun - Sin ith ing.
rgIHE Subscriber continues to carry on
■- the above business at the Old Post Olfire,
where he is prepared to do all kinds of RIFLE,
GUN ar.d PISTOL repairing m the best possible
maimer; DOOR and FRF.NCH Locks repaired,
and Keys fitted on short notice. RIFLES made
to order with all the iniprovemcuis, and warranted.
O n Ua n and J'o r Sale.
DOUBLE and single Barrelled GUNS, 111
FLES, PIS TOLS, Walker’s English caps; French
ribbed and split caps; Gun Locks of all sizes; Pow
der Flasks; Wad cutters; Shot Pouches; Baldwin’s
Elastic- Gun Wadding; Cleaning rods lor Double
G"n«, and all articles usually kept in the line.
Powder in Kegs, Quarter Kegs, and Canisters,
of superior Brands, manufactured by Hazard,
Denslow and Webster. Shot- of all sizes by the
Bag or single pound, verv low for CASH.
E. S. ROGERS.
Macon, Dec. 4, 1544. 8 ts
GEORGIA, Crawford county.
MPS 7 " HERE AS, Jason Castleberry applies to me
® * tor letters of administration on the estate of
Peter Castleberry, late of said county, deceased.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased,
to he and appear at my office within the time pre
scribed by jaw, to show cause, if any they have,
whv paid letters should not he granted.
Given under rnv hand at office, this 2lth J!/arch.
1345. JAMES J. RAY, c. c. o.
January 29, 1845. 23—5 w
GEORGIA, Crawford county.
Yf WHEREAS John 1.. Williams, administrator
” on the estate of John Stovall, deceased,
late of said county, applies to me for letters of
These are therefore to cite and admonish all ami
singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased,
to tw and appear at my office within the lime pre
scribed bv Invv, to show cause, if any they have,
why said leiteru should not he granted.
Given under toy hand, this 12th dav of Novem
ber, 1844. JAME.S J. RAY, c c. o.
November 15, 1844. s—m6m
4 LL |ier*ons concerned are hereby notified that
• * I. Iteheeca Locket, widow of James Locket,
late nfCrnwfitnl county, deceased, intend to make
application at the next term of the Superior Court
to lie lield in nnd for said county, for dower in and !
to the lands of which the said James Locket .fe
eeased.eeieed and possessed.
February 2P. 1*45 4, n
sVcip Family Grocery •
W. A. ROBERTSON,'
HAS just received and offers at Whole
sale and Retail, on reasonable terms, the
6 Towing complete assortment of FAMILY GRO
CERIES. Everything is *>f the very best quality.
Country merchant*, planter* and families in the
city can now supplv themselves with everything
they want, and wil! do well to call and examine
oo- F. ntranee oppiisite Scott, Carhart tt Co’s.,
and next door to Geo. Rl. Logan’p.
Pickled Beef, Black Tea,
Smoked do. Cloves,
Pickled Pork, Nutmegs,
Do. Tongues, ‘ Spice* of ail kinds,
Smoked do. Cyannc Pepper,
Fresh Salmon, Canal Flour,
Sardine*, Rice do.
Markere! No. 1, Rice,
Do. “ 2, Tobacco,
Scaled Herrings, Segars,
English Cheese, Brooms,
Butter Crackers, Cnrb. Soda,
Soda Biscuit, Sal Bratus,
Pilot Bread, Lemon Syrup,
Pic NicCrackers, Copperas,
Adamantine Candles, Glue.
Sperm do. Isinglasa,
ColM Wax do. Indigo,
Family Soap, Madder,
Toilet do. Mace,
Cnstile do. Matches,
Olive Oil, Rose Water,
Pickle*, Cologne do.
Catsup*. Rotten Stone,
M'ts’ard, Barth Bricks,
Preserved Ginger, Starch,
Dried Figs, Washing Soda,
Raisins, Powder and Shut,
Almonds, Epsom Salts,
Hazienuts, Seidlitz Powders,
Pecan Nuts, Soda do.
English Walnuts, Turpentine,
Cocoa, Table S?alt,
Chocolate, Champnigne Wine,
Java Coffee, Claret, do.
African do. Madeira do.
Rio dfo. Port do.
Crushed Sug-r, Malaga, do.
Pulverized do. London Porter,
Loaf do. Fine Brandy,
Btown do. Do. Gin,
N. O. Molasse*. Lard Lamps,
Sugar Hmse Treacle, Solar do.
Hvsi i Tea, Sup. Sperm Oil,
Imperial do. Do. Lard Oil, £tc.
Together with a large lot of
Macon. March sth, 1345. 21 ts
' FOR SALE.
/Sutsisbty BEING desirous of removing I offer
the House and Lot near thecitv, (itrnter
j*'- fi BBSL ly occupied bv Mrs. S. P. Hall. The
House is located in a healthy place ami has four
good sized rooms in it. The lot contains (bur acres
having a kitchen and other necessary out buildings,
with a good Well of water upon it. The subscri
ber offers it upon accommodating terms, both with
respect to price and time of payment. For further
particulars apply to
J. W. HOWARD.
Macon, April 9, 1845. 25 if
And Manufactory of Candies.
CANDIES IN ALL VARIETIES—FRESH
and dried Fruits, and coulee I ionary of every
k'ttd.—The subscriber invites the Ladies and Gen
tlemen of Macon, and his lliends from the country
to give him a call, and look at his extensive assort
He will sell his Candies, made of the best ma
terials and manufactured in the very best style, on
the most reasonable terms. To his country friends
he wm give m r.irrmvm r.„ j|,y article ofhi* stock,
the highest market price, f,.r Flour, Eggs, Colton,
or any other country produce.
He is prepared to manufacture Candies in all
t heir varieties, equal to any made in any part of the
country. His assortment of Confectionary ol
every description is complete, and his customers
can always obtain in quantities to suit themselves,
articles which are certain on trial to give satisfac
His establishment is on Third Street, in Ral
ston’s brick building, two doors from Watts &
Moulton’s corner. J. SHULTZ.
Macon, Feb. 18, 1845. 19— 3m
C. CA MPBELL & CO.,
A T their old stnml opposite the Washington
Hall, offer for sale at the lowest current prices
75 bales heavy Gunny Bagging,
250 pieces do Kentucky do
100 do do Russia do
50 do do Dundee do
1500 pounds good bagging twine
300 coils ./Manilla rope,
(90 Jo Kentucky do,
15t)9 metis *al>!
20 tuns r.>vede*s iron,
•25 liluls St. tVt'ix and Muscovado sugar, „
250 hags Rio, Lagtttni, and Java coffee,
With a general assortment of blankets, shoes,
staple dry goods, Sic.
Nov. Ist, 1844.
LOOK TO YOLK INTEREST ! 5
THE undersigned proposes lo supply
every Planter in the State of Georgia, with
a Medicine in the convenient liirm ol Pills, suita
ble lo the wants of any Family nr Plantation, on
such terms as cannot fail to he an inducement to
those who have charge of the lures and welfare of
their fellow beings, and on terms such as precludes
the possibility on bis part, of in the slightest de
gree humbugging the community in this delectable
age of humbug, viz :
“IF NOT SATISFIED THE MONEY RE
THESE PII.LS m iheir original cost will be
cheaper, than almost any other cathartic in com
mnn il.-6, arid as above are warranted to give sa
tisfaction. They are a safe medicine, containing
under oath, neither, calomel, opium, lobelia,
croton oil, mercury in any form, arsenic, anti
mony or any other Mineral substance whatever,
and can tie taken with impunity under any circum
j .stance* without particular danger front exposuie
! to cold or drinking water. They can be used with
the utmost safety and certainty, hv any overseer of
oood sense who is calculated lo have the care of
Negroes, and from an experience of eight years In !
their use the subscriber feels confident that he risks
nothing in staling with care they wi'lcure99cases
!in every 190 of billions fever in less than ten day*.
Their action in the removal of bile is *o verv "ef
ficient that those who have used them uniliiriuiv, i
testify that in this respect they are
SUPERIOR TO CALOMEL.
With such a Medicine then I am prepared to
supply you, and lor this purpose will dnrin<r the
spring months, have agencies established in the
various sections of the State, when my agents will
have full instructions lo abide by these terms to the
very letter, ns the subscriber wants nothing but for
M. S. THOMSON, M. D.
Macon, Blb, Feb. 1345.
I*. S. The treatment of chronic and all man
ner, of lingering disease is still continued at the old
stand corner of Mulhery and Third street, where
persons living at a distance may, by sending their
symptoms in writing, have medicines put up to
suit their various cases atul sent, either by stage,
railroad or private conveyunoe. Such cases where
personal attention is not rei|iiire»t are treated at five
dollars per month including medicines, which when
sent from over 40 miles ol Macon, must he enclosed.
Servants nested at the infirmary ns usual, and
every spare moment devoted to the treatment of
acute cases in the city or n few miles in the country
by M. 8. T. '
N. B. letters nit business must be post paid, ,i
Macon. Feb. 11. 1*45.' it, |y >'
JVetc FaU atut ff’inle
GEORGE M. LOGAN,
Is now opening a large and extensive assortment of
FALL, AND WINTER GOODS
CONSISTING IN PART OF
LAMA CLOTHS, CAMTUERES, CASHNEBE D’ECOSSE. CABB9I*
DE LANES, HOESLIN DE LANES, FANCY AND BLACK SlL**
with a variety of other new style of Goods for Ladies’ Dresses. *
RICH VELVETS, CLOTHS, AND CASSIMERS, FOR GENTLEnEft
HARDWARE, CROCKERY, AND GLASS, A LARGE ASSORTMto
All of which he offers as low as any house in the South, iie will be h
see those wishing to purchase, call and examine his Stock na PPy
Oct. 25th, 1844.
f B4HF, undersigned arc receiving and opening a
large and well selected stock of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Hals, Shoes and Ready Made Clothing, file.,
at their store on Second street,a few doots south ol
the Washington Hall. His stock will be found to
embrace the most fashionable and desirable styles
ofinost goods in their line, and will be sold at unusu
ally low prices for cash, by the piece or otherwise.
The following among other articles will be found
in their slock:
Super black, brown, blue, green and fancy
West of England Cloths.
Super French and English Cnssiinerts;
Plain and Fancy do. do.
Satin, Velvet and Marseilles Vestings;
Black and fancy Silks, Satins, Bombasines, Mous
line de Laines, Cashmere d’Eoosse, Crape de
Lai ties, Sir. &c ;
Pink, white, orange, blue and black Bnlzarincs,
fer evening dresses, anew and beautiful article ;
Cashmere, Rob Roy and Tarleton Shawls;
American, English and French Prints;
Alpaccas, Merinos, Chusans, and Silk and Cot
ton Hosiery, Gloves, and Handkerchiefs;
Brown and bleached Sheetings, Shirtings, Tick
ings and Checks:
Kersey*, Jean's, Flannels, Rose, Point and Daffi!
Bov’s and Men’s russet and kip Brogans, Shoes
Ladie’s, Misse's and Children’s Shoes ;
Hals, Caps, Bonnets, file. Sic.—all of which are
offered at the lowest prices.
SAMUEL J. RA4 & CO.
Macon, October 19, 1844. I—ts
WHITING & MIX,
RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
their friends and the publicgenerally, to their
stock of BOOTS and SHOES, to whioii weekly
additions will be made during the season. Our as
sortment embraces the following descriptions:
2000 pairs Men’s best black Brogans ;
1000 “ Men’s second rale black Brogans;
1500 “ Men’s best russet Brogans;
700 “ Men’s second rate russet Brogans;
1000 “ Men’s best double sole black Brogans;
1200 “ Boy’s best black and russet Bmoans ;
300 “ Youths’ “ “ “ “
1000 “ Men’s best kip Brogans;
600 “ Men’s second rate kip Brogans;
SOO “ Men’s best double sole calf and kip
500 “ Boy’s best kip Brogan* ;
800 “ Youths’ best kip Brogans;
1500 “ Ladies leather and seal Brogans ;
800 “ Ladies’ leather and seal Shoes;
300 “ Ladies’ calf Brogans;
20 cases Men’s duck and kip Boots;
8 “ Boy’s thick and kip Boots;
5 “ Youths’thick and kip Boots;
100 pairs Gents’ fine French calf Boots;
75 “ Gent’s middling fine French Boot*,
ion *< double sole Calf Boots;
l(lt> “ Gem’s —W e»tr 8...da;
3 cases Gent’s and Ladies’ India Ruhher
A’s • —A general assortment of Ladies’, Misses’
and Children’s Leather, Kid and Morocco Walk
mg Shoes "f all kinds and qualities; Ladies’, Mis
ses’ami Children’s Gaiters ami half G liters, thick
and thin soles of all descriptions—a'l of which
will he sold at the lowest possible prices.
Also*--Calf Skins, Sole Leather, Thread, Pegs
of all sizes.
B»«ts made and repaired in the best possible
.Macon, October 19, 1844. 1-ts
I> R I GS.
A GENERAL STOCK OF DRUGS AND
MEDfCfNF,S receiving, ol the best selec
tion. All persons wishing to purchase will be
supplied with superior articles on fair terms.
ALSO—PA TENT MEDIC LYES.
Unwand’s Tonic; Balsam of Liverwort;
Bernard’s Cholera Remedy; Extract of Sarsa
parilla; Tomato Pills; Peters’ Pills; Hull’s P.lls.
Also—American Gentlemen’s Shaving Soap ;
Ronsseli’s superior Shaving Cream ;
Superior old French Soap; Do. American;
Peariash, Potash, Salteralus, Vinegar, Starch.
Sic. &c. For sale by
J. H. &. W. S. ELLIS,
M, icon, October 19,1844. l-ts
THE CROTON r MUTUAL} INSURANCE
Or ihe t_’lTV 0? New York.
Company, accoMih£ to the provisions of
0 its charter, is ready to insure all kinds of Ma
rine, Inland Navigation, Transportation anil Fire
Risks, against loss or damage, at rates and terms
moderate anil Hotral, ami solicit the patronage of
its friends and the public at the Agency of the
Abraham Van Nest,
James Harper, William B. Cozzeus,
John B. Lasala, Charles L. Vose,
John J. Boyd, Joseph B. Nones,
Edward Richardson, John F. Bntierwnrth,
James Phalen, Samuel Sherwood,
John J. Herrick, Zadock Pratt,
George C. DeKay, Herman D. Gould,
Theodore A. Meyer, Joseph S. Smith,
William P. Furnius, Elias T. Aldrich,
John T. Gilchrist, Lawrence Hill,
Loring Andrews, Thomas Monahan,
Cyrus Cheney, William H. Townsend,
George Whitaker, Noyes,
James H. Suydatn, John Breasted,
George Palen, Leonard Applehy,
William Burgoyne, Silas M. Crandail.
SAMUEL A. LAW HENCE. President.
JOSEPH B. NONES, Vice President.
Lewis Benton, Secretary.
Capi. Samuel Canoler. Marine Inspector.
William Wells, Fire Surveyor.
The undersigned is the authorised agent of the
a hove* company, to take either Marine or Fire
risks in any part of the State of Georgia, upon
such liberal terms as may he agreed upon between
the insured and the agent, who is vested with
ample and discretionary powers-
A/aeon, October 19, 1844. 1-ts
W A EiTioS S E
‘V-it ’'■'ftrti Maj. William Hamilton hav
ing retired, the subscribers have as
«t> y socialcd themselves in business, un-
der the name and style of WINN
& HUMPH. They will occupy the Ware Hou
on Cherry street, known as Hamilton tk Winn'
They are prepared to make advances on F •,« »
put in their stores, and to execute all orr 1 a>t
mnv be confided to them in the line of ’
nws. J. D. ’ *
J. V '*
MaeoP,October l!», 1341.
THOMAS TA «,},,
(OS COTTON AVESSE AXD
Wholesale and Retail Dean. ...
Staple Dry Goods
CHOICE GROCERIES, IIARDW\r>
_ , CUTLERY, ‘ ’
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS A\h
SADDLERY, &c. &c * c .
W°u ULD P ar,icu . l l a riy invite Merchant*,
Planters to call and examine his rxteii
and well selected stock before purchasing
where, as lie is determined to make prices
P<*nd fully with the times. V *
The foUowit g comprise a part of hi. atoek-
Atfghan Satins, anew article for din.-** ’
Cashmere, Crape and super Mouska de Ltiu
Alpaccas, Silk and Gimp Fringes ;
Ginghams, super Cl-ene and genuine Scoter
Cambrics, plain, striped and checked;
Muslins, Jaconet, book, fire;
Laces, Quilling, Lisle, Edging and Lace Nd
Hosiery, Shirts and Drawers ;
Cravats, Black Silk, Printed,
Handkerchiefs, a great variety; *"
Shawls, 600 Plaid de Laine,‘Chenc, Pitmiii
Printed, Nett and IVoolen Shawls and Comlur'tu
Flannels, White, Red, and Yellow;
Brown Linen Table Covers; Irish Linen;
Gloves, Mitts, Suspenders, Garter* and Nit
Sewing Silk, Spool Cotton and Linen Threif
Corded Skirts. Corset Laces, Presses, Fins, N«
dies, Tapes, Thimbles, Tuck Quill, and Dre
Kentucky Jean*, and super twill’d Kersey*;
Negro Kerseys and Lindseys;
Packages brown and bleached Shirtings n
Sheetings, Ticks, Clierks and Strijies;
BOOTS AND SHOES, Ladies’, McsV.Bnj
and Misses; a large supply.
200 pr. London dutfil Blankets;
COO Negro Blankets, twill’d and h‘»ary;
4000 pr Negro Brogans, a superior article;
100 Ladies', Men’s, and Boy’s Saddle*;
Bridles, Martingales, Whips and Collar*
1500 bleached sacks Salt, large size;
100 bales 46 inch Gunny Bagging, vert htiu
300 ps 44 inch. Dundee and Russia do.
50 ps 44 inch.Gilroy’s superior 2 lb. brand;
300 e.oils three eight and one half ineh Mam
hale Rope ;
2000 lbs. superior Bagging Twine;
50 do/. Plough Lines and bed cord*;
20 lihds. Cuba Molasses;
75 do. St. Croix and Porto RicnSugar*;
20 bids. Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
20 Isixes standard Loaf and Havana Sugar;
350 bags old Java, Rio, Laguira, and Crt
90 boxes Sperm Candles, sis
to llurfo raient OanA t( j;
25 “ Hull’s and Colgate' p, | ;
30 “ Castile, Fancy and >rate4 Atj..
20 “ Colgate’s Super Pi ire* \‘
600 “ Table Salt, a prim, .r r,-
20 “ Tobacco, some very choice tor cktw
40,000 lbs. Swedes Iron, n«s'd, flat and aquarebar
German, Blistered and Cast Steel;
150 Kegs Nails and Brads;
500 ihs. Waggon Boxes;
15000 “ Hollow Ware;
200 pr. Trace Chains;
12 dor. C““tree Mills ;
12 “ Iron Wire Stficrs;
SO '* Pad Locks;
20 “ Currv Combs;
1200 lb*. Bar Lead ;
50 doz. Blacking;
15 Boxes Cotton Cards;
500 Ihs. Sad Irons ;
50 doz. Tubs, Pails and Mats;
25 ** Halter Chains;
20 “ Shovel* and Spades;
20 “ Carolina Hoes;
10 “ Collin’s Axes;
20 “ Tea Kettles, No. 1, 2 and S ;
150 Bags Patent Shot ;
20 doz. Shoe a-nd Horse Brushes;
Pen, Pocket, and Fancy Knives, Knivr* M
Forks, Tea and Table Spoons, Scissors, Rd* l
and Straps, Shoe Knives and Rasps, PfrcuMiu
Caps,Cut Tack*, and Segar Case*;
150 Reams Wrapping, Cap and Letter
50 lbs. London Sealing W ax and \\ sfers, w
and lilaek Ink ;
200 Kegs White Lead;
75 Boxes Window Glass ;
10 Casks London Porter ;
30 doz. Saratoga Water;
10 “ Bay Water ;
JO Bbls. Cider Vinegar;
Copat Vnrnislt, Spirits Tnrpetine B ‘
Madder. Blue Stone, Copperas, Br ""
Fig-Blue, Scotch and Macabov Sni '
Salt Petre, Sal JKralus, Mustard, (
deldoc, Castor Oil, Sweet Oil, - j
Macaroni, Preston Salts, Lee s Fills, E
Drops, British Oil, Pootli Powder at» y
Spires of all kinds, Imperial, Hy*on am
TEAS, very choice; ni-riMVHFJ!
Extra FAMILY FI.OLR, BLC
and SODA BISCUIT,of superior qna»’. v >
received Weekly throughout the season. ■
ALSO I P!ir'fl
30,0000 SEGARS, Manilla i Clier^'!„ b , ( J
lion Normas, Principe*, Regalia*, * ,
and India Casadora Panetetas; *ll ***.« AM
care, and those fond of a choice article, r ■
call and examine for themselves, |.:A
Macon, October 19, 1844.
«% 'CONMCNMEBT, ■
OTARD DUPUY &. CO S BRANP ■
A.Seignette’s do ' /■
Swan Gin, , ... / ■
One hnrrclbest puie Old Holland w' / B
Madeira wine, /
These liquors are of the Erst quality.
November Ist, 1844.
FRESH <-AKIH ?vv I aRKAN T M
A GENERAL assortment e> c(jo> , fnrM
Fresh Garden Seeds, w» ft j erc h*n»B
others siqiplied m suuabj yy S.
Nov. 8, 1844. rrrv'E'
Macon. OnobM* M
J where we shall W l B wM h
4 patrons T. f fj?o
- k oh. ofOCS^njem
■" MOUI.TKIF. *- H
October 19, 1844. hJ