j 7l Igs'l? IS 3 ifsllss Igj : slock
g§ §B. S' 2. 1 £ |sl|a’ j|| hand
April 24, 1- —L; :—:
1852. 860 36741728 420951272 38366 39638 3317
April 23, .. I ■
1853. 229 ; 290 54890!551701184 i 5Q335 51519 3876
Columbus, April 23.
No material ohango in price* to quote since last
statement. Receipts continue light—sale* readily ef
fected at last quotations.
Mobile, April 22.
This market i* more animated to-day, and factors
have receded in their demands. Sales 2000 bales.—
Middlings 9 3-4.
New Orleans, April 20.
Cotton.— The receipts at this port sinoe Ist Septem
ber, (exclusive of the arrival* from Mobile, Florida and
Texas) are 1,490,754 bales, against 1,2 1,084 bales to
same date last year ; and the increase in the receipts at
all the ports, up to the latest dates, as compared with last
year, is 310,756 bales. Middling 10 1-4 alO l-2c.
Good Middling 10 all l-4c. Middling Fair 11 l-2c.
Bacon.—The bacon market with light receipts and
a g(xd demand has continued quite firm, and sales to
the extent of 400 to 500 casks have been effected, most
ly from the Levee, at 7 3-4 a 8 cts. for ribbed sides,
and 5 1-4 a 5 3-4 cts. per lb. for ordinary to prime
Shoulders. Plain and bagged Hama are in moderate
request at 8 1 2 a 9 1-2, and extra Sugar cured at
10 1 2 a 11 cts. per lb.
Freights.— The foreign freight market has been dull
since our previous report, and transactions limited—in
consequence of which the rates have further declined.
Vessels on the berth are filling up at 1 -2d. for Cotton
to Liverpool, and lc. for Havre. Coastwise the market
has again been quite dull, and a very general decline
has taken place in the rates.
Exchange.— -Since Friday last there has existed a
fair demand for ull descriptions of Exchange. Drafts
on England have been in somewhat better request, and
in the face of large sales of Cotton drawers have been
enabled to ohtain an advance, only, however, for first
class signatures. This is owing to the moderate amount
offering. Time bills ou the North are without change,
but more scarce than when last noticed. Sight checks
are in good request. We quote Sterling 8 1-2 a 9 1-4
and 9 1-2 por cent premium.
A Place Utlder in Fear, —Several days ago
an humble employee in the City Hotel modestly
approached one of the boarders, and taking off
bis cap, asked him, in a broad Irish accent, for
“the trifle of a six pence.” Ihe politeness of the
applicant secured to him the coin. But an ad
ditional favor was solicited, “to be so good as
to speak to Mist her to kapo him.” “Is
there any danger of your being dismissed in
quired the gentleman. “And sure but there is,” \
said the Hibernian in a mournful tone, shaking *
,his head; “I see so many paple round looking for
places that bedad who knows but that they’ll be
afther mine.” There was a hearty burst of
laughter from the bystanders, and the son of
Ei in walked briskly away, elated with the nssu- •
ranee of an intercession in his behalf.— Washing * j
Improveinc^^t~Type-Setti ng.—M r. John S.
Sergeant, of Cincinnati, makes the following
suggestions in the Gazette of that city:
His plan i3 simply this: ‘Omit all spaces’
until the words of a line are in type, and then j
carefully insert en quadrats, three, four, five em
or hair spaces, as may be required to till out the
line, and leave the correct width of space be
tween all the words and before the points, &c.
This does away with the frequent and often
very hindersome visits to the space box, and al
lows the compositor to follow more closely j
with his stick the right hand, greatly enhancing j
speed ; it ensures with a moiety ot care, proper j
spaces in the line, and enables the compositor es- !
ficieutly to detect errors, at this, the proper time j
for their correction.
Yankees in England. —The London Critic
says,“that the last number of the Westminster
had actually in it articles from two Yankees,
one of them on “Daniel Webster” by a person of
the name of Whipple, who, instead of being
thankful that he was printed at all, is complain
ing on the other side of the Atlantic that his
precious lucubration was altered and abridged!”
A Solejnn Question. —At a recent meeting oi
a parish, a solemn, straight bodied and most ex
emplary deacon submitted a report, in writing, of
the destitute widows and others standing in
need of assistance in the parish.
“Are you sure,deacon,” asked another solemn
brother, ‘that you have embraced all the widows?’
He said he believed he had done so ; but if any
had been omitted, the omission could be easily
Parke, an old man about sixty years of age, j
has been tried before the Circuit Court of Mon
roe county, Miss., for committing a rape upon a
girl about sixteen years of age, and then mur
dering her. The trial resulted in the conviction,
and he was sentenced to be hung on the'27thof
the next month. Riggs, previously convicted be
fore the same court, of the murder of Hunt, is to
be hung on the same day.
A young gentleman, educated at Oglethorpe University,
and who has had a short acquaintance with business, de
sires a situation as clerk or agent in some active employ
ment ; or should he not succeed in this, will accept a place
as teacher in some private family in the country.
Addiess, Rev. S. J. CASSELS,
April 23—2 w Savannah, Georgia.
Said Mrs. Beau Monde to her dear :
“If you’ll buy me a beautiful robe,
I’ll pour out your coflee so clear !
And your steak shall be done ala mode
Said Mr. Beau Monde to bis epou.se:
“This current bank bill you may take,
Buy the beautiful robe for our house,
And then let me go—to the steak.”
And so it happened that Mrs. 8., got a bill from her
husband —and a beautiful robe from
J. M. RAUM,
April 22—tw3t-w3t. No. 64 Broad-St.
LaORANOB FEMALE COLLEGE
Thf Mvstic Sisters, composed of young ladies of the
above Institution, will hold their Anniversary in the new
Chapel, commencing at 7* o'clock, on the second of May
next. It will consist of a Fair, Tableau Exhibition, a
splendid Supper, sc. The young ladies of this society,
stimulated by a desire to be useful, organized this society
wo years ago, since which time their meetings have been
weekly,and they have worked with the needle every’ Sat
urday from morning till night, the avails of which are now
for exhibition and sale.
The proceeds of this Fair will be appropriated to benevo.
lent purposes. The public are eamestlly socited to attend.
Come one / Come all ! !
j The 11th Rule will be suspended on the occasion.
I , . By order of the Sisters.
; March 26-\v&twtmayl
| ICE, ICE, ICE!
The Ice House is now open for the sea-on. The price will be
ro>’ all amounts less than fifty lbs., three cents per lb. Over fifty
and loss than two hundred, two and a half ce.Ua; two hundred
lbs. and over, two cents.
Hours from 7tf to 12)tf A. M., and 2 to 6 P. M., except Sun
days, on which day the house will be open from 7# to 10, A. M.
only. Tickets can be had on application to
Columbus, April 13—twtf W. J. CHAFFIN.
I STILL HAVE ON HAND SOME
FORTY OR FIFTY TONS OF GUANO,
AT GREENWOOD’S WAREHOUSE.
The season is fast advancing when it should he ajtplied.
| Those wishing profitable investments, would do well to
avail themselves of this opportunity of obtaining it. Ex
perience has proven that it adds about one half to the pro
duct. After the corn is up, many think it as good a time to
apply it as before. See the Soil of the South.
March 25-w&twtf J. R. JONES.
THE subscribers baring engaged competent workmen, will be
prepared to fit up Stores and Houses with pipes, burners, and ail
necessary apparatus for the use of Gas. This work will be war
ranted, and done under the superintendence of the Engineer of
the Columbus Gas Light company. WHITTELSEY is. CO.
According to the by-laws of the company, the houses and
stores will be fitted up in the order of their application.
A Register Book is now ready at the store of Messrs. Whittel- ■
sy * Cos. C. E. DEXTER, Sec’ry.
April 15—w&twtf Columbus Gas Light Company, j
confers a real benefit on the community, and it B with con
fidence we heartily commend Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral to
our readers as possessing extraordinary virtues for the cure ;
of diseases incident to the Throat and Lung*. This may
account for our frequent reference to this article which we
feel fully justified in making known to the public,— N. Y .*
> ONE DOLL A . PER DAY,
Will be paid for good White laborers, or stout negro follows, at
the Water Works in this city.
Columbus, April 15—w&twlm
THE SOIL SOUTH,
Containing Peabody’s method of cultivating lu’s cele- j
brated Strawberry, beautifully illustrated, and much >
other valuable Agricultural and Horticulture l j
mation ; for sale nt the office of the Times & Sentinel,
Unbound Volume. 00
Bound Volume 1 50
Columbus, March 2,1853. —w&twtf
Sam. S. Hamilton, Columbus Cunningham. I
HAMILTON & CUNNINGHAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
TROY, Pike County, Ala. I
April 23, 1853—w&twly.
RUSHING THEM OFF !
RECEIVED this day, 50 pieces cheap Jaconet Muslin*
fast colors, which we are rushing off at 75 cents a Dress of
eight yards. J. M. RAUM,
April 22—tw3t-w3t. 04 Broad-Street.
IRISH LIN ENB, bleached and unbleached Homespuns, brown
Linens, Striped Drillings, Tickings and Cottonades, 20 per
cent, less than they are sold for in th : s market.
J. M. RAUM,
April 22—tw3t-w3t. 61 Broad-Street.
- * “ i
URENCH, English and Americau PRINTS—new styles—just i
F opened at J. M. ItAU u’S,
April 22—Iw3t-w3t. 64 Broad-Street.
THE Partnership between CALAOUN & CODE having been
dissolved by mutual conseat, the subscriber will settle the
business of ti e firm, and continue the business at the same old
stand. A. CALHOUN, j
April 22, 1853—tw3t. j
Self-Heating Smoothing Irons.
A GOOD supply ol the above useful articles on hand, and for
sale by HALI & MOSES.
Columbus, April 23—tw2m
’ jrf- I will sell my Plantation, situated in Russell -83L*
I County, Ala., in miles west of Columbus, on
Uchee Creek, containing twenty-two hundred
fL Aces —seven hundred cleared, wit 1 ’ allneeessa
j ry improvements. Also, my House and Lot, in Wynnton, i
I containing twenty acres, and one o . the most desirable residences,
and among the best improved places in or near Columbus.
April 22. JOHN VV. HURT.
iONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD.
ON Sunday morning last, the 17th inst.. my nephew, JOSEPH
UPDFGRAFF, was stabbed by one Brittain itleCuU
I ler* es this vicinity, who has since lied irora justice, or has se
! cretedbinm If so that he cannot be found by the proper officer,
i The wound Inflicted upon the person of my nephew was a
mortal one, and he has since died.
1 will give the above reward for the apprehension and delive
ry (either to mo or to the Bailiff who holds the warrant) 0; the
said Brittain M’Cullers. JOHN D. ARNOLD.
M’Cullers Is rather small, light complexion, and hair nearly
jof a sandy color. He is about twenty two years of age, and it is
i supposed will weigh one hundred and thirty or forty pounds.
! Columbus, April 23—tw ll&w It
-9 RAN AW AY on the 6th inst., e negro man by the
name of DICK, twenty yeaiw old, complexion is black,
tolerably quick spoken, about five feet six or eight inches
/jt high. Any imeiligeuce from him will be thankfully re
ceived at Cotton Valley P. U., Macon county, Ala.
Doubtless he is on his way to Carolina, and is trying to
find his way by the Railroad. WM. H. GARNER.
BROUGHT TO JAIL,
ftICK, and belongs to Win. Garner, of .Vacon county
Jthr* Alabama, Said boy is about 20 years old, dark complex
~Z ion, weighs 130 or 135 lbs.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove pro
A 1 nertv, pav charges and take him aw ay, or he will be deal
I withas the law directs. JOSEPH REMBERT,
Columbus. April 26—wtf Jailor Muscocee county.
SIX NEGRO MEN FOR SAL'S.
Apply to SAMUEL M CARTER, or
VV 3 ROBERT E. DIXON.
Columbus, Ga. March 2—twtf.
COLUMBUS PRICES CURRENT.
CORKKCTKD TKI-WCISLY BY J. !• RCDD AS CO.
| BAGGlNG—Kentcky yard,* dt 15
HOPE V lb! 0 © 10
BACON—Hams V ib 13 © 14
Sides V lb! 1° ® 11
Shoulders ‘Tib: 9 © 10
I PORK—Nett v lb! ®.
I BUTTER yib 25 © 30
I CHEESE tplb 12 © 14
CASTINGS *r*lb © 5
j COFFEE—Rio *Mb; 11 © 12 %
CANDLES— Sperm q? Ib 50 (at
Wax ¥ lb:
Star 4* lb, 30 ©
Tallow f*Mbi 18 © 20
FEATHERS : tp lb 40 © 45
FlßH—Mackerel No 1 Pbbl 14 00 © 16 00
MackerelNo.2 bbl 13 00 ®
dackere) No. 3 V bbl 11 00 @ 0 00
Shad V bbl 18 00 ®
Herring 4P box 100 ©
FLOUR—Western V bbl 700 @ gOO
Canal bbl 750 @ 900 I
City sp bbl’ 6 (HI @ 7 50
FODDER fr 100 lbs 125 @ 14P
GRAIN —Corn qp bushel 75 ® TO
Wheat 1 00 (&, 1 25
Oats qp bushel 50 @ 60
GLASS V box 225 © 700
Gi’NPOVV ER V’kec 500 @ 650
HIDES frft, 8 @ 9
IRON—Swedes lb @ 6
English ip l it 45£ © 5 j
LEAD <£> it 9 @ 10
LIME bb! 350 © 4 0
MOLASSES gallon! 33 © 40
NAILS y it,’ e @ 7
OlL—Lamp qr gallon i 1 50 @ 2 IK)
Linseed gallon 100 @ 000
I rain 75 @
! “MINTS keg 200 © 275
p F.AS V bushel 75 BO
ICE lb! 5 © 6,^
■WKUP—Lemon pergallon 125 @
Raspberrv doz j 6On ©
i ‘'ALT V 9 a c k! @ 1 50
BHOT bag 000 © 225
SOAP ip- It 5 7
STEEL—Cast f* lb 20 @ 22
German tt- 15 @
American It, 10 @
New-Orleans If 7 @ 10
Loaf, refined tp tE 12 @ 12^
Lump <pft : ’ 8 © 10
SPIRITS Brandy,Cog <Tgal! 1 00 © 400
American gal 40 @ 1 00
Peach tp gal 100 © 162
. A PPIe V>ga] CO <q 75
RUM Jamaica, 4? gal 200 © 350
New England gal 45 (a 50
WHISKEY—Irish f’?alj 400 ©
•Monongahela 100 © 200
Western gal 30 ® 40
GlN—Holland 150 2 00
TALLOW ibi 10 © 00
VINEGAR— spgal © 50
WlNES—Madeira, %> gal 125 © 400
Sherry gal 150 @ 300
Champagne Rask 15 00 @ 20 00
Malaga gal —7O © 100
Pert 250 © 4 00
Claret 3 00 @
Guano $3 pp r hundred lbs.
JUST Received, a lot of Fine FANS. Also, Embroidery Silk,
by [April 22.] WHITTELSEY <k Cos.
W. D. FORD
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES!
Pickles, Preserves, Fruits, Confectionaries, Sugars.
also, Fish, Oysters and Ice when in senson.
WxLiißrKo’a BriLiuso, Jekfkp.son trkkt, Savannah, Ga
February 9, 1853. t wGm
“DECIDEDLY COOL 1”
1. G. STRUPFER’S
jUn ICE CREAM SALOON!
Will he open to the public t his day. Lovers of
1111 STRAWBERRIES AND CREAM,
SS3M&P Will make their arrangements accordingly.
1. G. STRUPPER,
Columbus, April 20 —tw6t Randolph street.
SPRING AND SUMMER
ARE now prepared to exhibit to the public, the largest, most
varied, and best SELECTED STOCK ot
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS,
ever opened in Columbus; embracing every style of new and
fashionable goods in their line.
Also, anew and direct importation of
IRISH LINENS, SHEETINGS, DAMASKS, &e„ &c.
Also, a complete stock of
HATS AND SHOES,
including 3000 pair Negro Shoes, of a superior quality.
Co.uinbu-, April 13—2mw&tw !m
PARIS SPRINB FASHIONS
J. lII.~K~A U JM ,
i No. 04 Broad Street, next door to the Marine Bunk,
RESPECTFULLY solicits the attention of the I.AiuKsof Co
lumbus and surrounding country, to his jYE H’ STOCK oi
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
| which will be opened for inspection this day; consisting in part of
i Rich Tissues, Bareges, Grenadine?, French, English
and American Jaconets, Embroidered Swiss
Muslin Dresses, French & American
Calicoes, of the most recherche
styleß and patterns.
I *OO pieces Jaconet .Wuslins, yard wide, and fast colors, at
j 12)6 cents per yard.
50 doien Ladies’ Handkerchiefs, all Linen, at G# cents
apiece. I ine Embro dered Handkerchiefs of all kinds. Cl.eini
setts. Flouncing-, Collars ala mousquitaire, Cuff's and Under
I.ubin’s celebrated Extracts for Handkerchiefs: German Co
s: logne distilled from flowers; in fact every article necessary fora
I Lady’s Toilut.
j White and Unbleached Homespun, Linens, Table Cloths, Tiek
’ incs. Denim- and Cottonades, all of which can and icill be sold
: twenty per cent less than they are offered for hi this mar
’ ket. J. v '. RAUM.
Columbus, April 6 —wlia 04 Broad street.
Georgia, Randolph county.-. W hereas. Margaret
E. Suappard uuU isaiuuel C. iscoit apply to me for letters of
administration on the estate of William B. lute ot said
county, deceased :
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all end singular the
kindred and creditors oi said deceased, to be and appear at my of
fice, w ithin the time prescribed by law, and shew cause, if any
they have, why said letters should not be granted.
Given uuder my hand at office this 18th lav of April, 1853.
April 26—w6t O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
j / Georgia, Randolph county.--Whereas, Mary An
VJ Butler aud Thomas Coram apply t me lor letters >f auniin
istratiou on U.e estate of Harman Butler, late of said county, de
The-e are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the
creditors and kindred of said deceased to appear at my office
within the time prescribed by law. and shew cause, if miy they
have, why said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office the 18th day of April. 1853.
| April 26—w7t O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
eorgta. Early county.—Whereas, James E. Brown
T and Ann J. Weeks apply to me for letters of administra
tio.i upon the e-talo of Jane Stevens, late of said county, dec** sed:
These are to notify and summons all person* concerned, to be
ind appear at my office with in the time prescribed by law, and
>hew cause if any they have, why said letters should not be
granted to one or the other, or both of said applicants, at the
June term next of the Court of Ordinary for said county.
Given under my hand at office this I7tn day of April, 1853.
April 26 - w6t S, S. STAFFORD, Ordinary.
Georgia, Talbot county.—Office of Ordinary, 29th
A,area, JHS3. —Wuercaa, J. J. Jamison, Guardian oi Nathan
el vVoimnock’s orphans, petitions lor letters ot. Dismission from
Be it ordered. That all persons concerned, be and appear a
he June Term of the Court ot Ordiu&iy of said couDty, next ei
aing, then and there to shew cause, it any they have, why saic
.etlers should not be granted.
A true extract from the minutes of said court. April 15th, 185
April 20—wCm MARION BETHUNK, Ordinary.
spurn Mil SUMMER CLOTH!
\o 125 Broad Street, Columbus, Ga,
IIAS NOW ON HAND A FULL AND WELL SELECTED STOCK OF
SPRING AND SUMER CLOTHING!
To which he invites the attention of the public Hoping they may favor him with
a call and examine for themselves.
Every article usually kept in a ‘‘CLOTHING STORE” will be found at
Columbus, M ml 20 —w&twtf No. 125 West side Broad Street.
MOURNING CRESS GOODS.
.Just received an assort mei it offi v k
MOURNING DRESS GOODS,
Black Grenadine SILKS: Lupin’s RFRAGES; Plain
and fig’d. French .IACONETTS; French PRINTS;
Canton GAUZES; TISSUrS. TAFFETA
Lueture Crep de Pans, Satin.du Cliine,
India ’turner SILKS; Challeys
aid Satin La Rt-ine.
BROKAVV,CLEMONS & CO.
Columbus, march 2C-t\vtt
SUMMER ,ILKS. 1
BERAGES AM) GRENADINES.
A very larce assortment just received by
BRdKAW, CLEMONS & CO.
Columbus, march 26-tw
The subscriber has in Store a large stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
which are offered for sale at prices
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
F9R CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT
Purchasers for Cash will find it to their advantage >
to examine my stock and prices, before purchasing
Columbus, April 2—tw C. MYGATT. j
List of Letters,
REMAINING in the Post Oftce, at Columbus, Ga., on !
the 15th April, 1353:
Allmond, C K Lockhart, Mary A
Almond, Miss Georgia E Lewis, Jacob G
Allgood, Danl N Lester, Aloah N
Armor, Mi>s Erelinn 2 Lamb, Joseph M
Adams, Mrs Lapham, Mary A
Anthony, Lewis Lynch, James
Austin, Dr. SJ Langford, Mary A *
Aaron, Miss E T Lyon, Mary E
Ashburn, J C 2 Moore, Louisa
Adams, Joseph D Mo.ton, Mary A
Byard, John Mats, Mo es J
Braley, J \V Morgan, Z L
Bussey, S F Morris, Thomas
Beckman, Sami Moore, F S
Boyd, G C Montgomery, William
Brady, Charles Moons, John VV
Bryan &. McCarter, Milam, Linda
Buckler, Isabella Muscogee Division, No. 29
Buckler, Mrs S Mullin, J VV B
Burns, Geo J Miller, G H
Bussy, J a rues M ees, K
Britton, Joseph Murphey, Wiley
Brooks, Gincey Mills, Andrew J
Central Division, No 23 B T Moore & Edwards,
Clark, Miss LAE McGhee, William
Clark, Johnathan E McCalla, John
Clayton, Cadet G R McMutty, Wm
Call, f'homas S .Meßride, Mary A
Cash, Chesley McNeil, Margaret
Clemons, Wesley McLester, James
Cooper, Joseph Neville, John
Coplen, Mrs. Mary Owens, William II
Cook, Jas H Owens, is a rah A M
Church, Sami A Oliver, Carry
Cooper, Mrs Syntha P Ohalleran, J
Courtney, John T Pu.ker, James A
Cocks, Jessey Payne, George
Cogburn, Thomas Pace, Clement
Cook, Miss Nancy A Peabody, Sarah F
Coleman, R C Preston, Ned
Cox, Joremiah Palmore, Dr. S
Duncan, Mfc? Martha 4 Paine, S W
Davis, Mary E Phillips, John
Duke, Robt Pritehaid, JH
Dunn, John C 2 Parkei,J M
Doles, .Miss Mary E Pool, M E
Dawson, D F Paniotte, Nathaniel
Dawson, James A Pembeston, Archer F
Elder, Wm Parker, Zes. haniah
Elder, Joseph RichaicLou, Leah
Elder, Ha.twell Ristiue, B 2
Fergurson, Mrs Sarah 3 Richards, Benson
Floyd,.! M Ru:-sel, Jon us D
Flanigan, P II Reynolds, VV S
Fann, Lovick S Read Jes-e M
Foy.'ter, Miss Caroline Robin on, H G
Floyd, A J li Roy.-ton, M D 2
Fullis, Miss Cornelia Ra.-en, George L
Ford, Eli 3 Rogers, Thadeus
Fulton, Mrs Fannie Kobe.t . A C
Fvsh, Mrs Ereiina Ree e, Hugh
Fisher, CH Renfro, Jo enna 1
Garrett, Mrs Mary J 2 Stanford, Thomas J
Garrett, Henry A Swann, James
Gilbert, J K Smith, Ed wad 2 j
Grant, Augustus L Smith, Edmund
Geflord, B F Sawye , Baroary
Gammell, Zazchariah Smith, J..nes A 2
Gafford, Geo Satioid, Adam G K
Garris, S Smith,Seberon J
Gideons, Geo W Smith, Robt J
Gariaid, Mrs Martha A Seller-, Martha 2 j
Gibson, H Seemuller, Wm
Gi tson, Miss Ann Bell Smith, E S
Gamble, Mrs Mary C Smith, Abby
Grace, James A Stanfield, VV'm
Gerdy, Noah She.deu.JN
Gerdon, James S Shippy, Samuel J
Golden, Sarah Scats, J P
Gouldiug E R Shockley, Thomas 3 j
Geer, Mrs Matilda Statem, Sherwood
Gonis, Drewis Schneil, Mary
Howard, Mrs Eilen Shorner, VViiliam
Hamiltoi , Robt Spiller, Charlotte
tlomes, VV’m B Snell. Ann
| Hays, J Shaw, Charles
! Howard. Hugh W Sehumpeit, Amos 2 -
! Haskell, J S Skeltou, Harriett
Harris, B H Tho. nton, Jeremiah R
j Hoi is, II B Thomas, Amanda
I Haviland <fc Cos, A J 2 Thomson, M S
j Hales, Johnathan Thornton,Laae R 2
I Hawes, Richard R Topp.Johu S
j Hall, Wm F Tilery, William
■ Hardin, Martin Tnoaias, Ail
; Howard, James W Thomson, Jeremiah F
I Harrison, James Taylor, H It
! Hailma, GeoW Vieus, Nancy
I Hooker, Nancy V’icary, Jane
i Hearn, Eiija S* VV ooten, James
Hughes, Ann E Mrs lllis, T J
Hunter, J D WiLn 6c Thomas
Hunter, Jane J • Watkins, Washington
Huekabee.James Williams, Je-.-ee
Jackson, Cornelia VV iisn, Chanotte
King. Horice West, S A C
Kilpatrick, Thomas S Ward, C II
Kew, John L Walker, Laae
Keys, John Wiley, H S
Rating, Edmond Wilson, VV
Kent, Henry Wyner, Wm
Keys, Samuel W erner, M B
Long, N W W il-on, Sarah W
Lovelace, Allen Wilson. Francis M
Floyd, T O Young, John
Pauline A Y oung, Manday
A Young, F S
Persons calling any of the above letters, will
dease say they a:e advertised.
J. A. L. LEE, P. M.
April 19, 1853.
DR. STRON (LS --
COMPOUND SANATIVE PILLS:
Tlir-e Pills arc entirely Vegetable, nrt
art. n iuiii nilj>-riot* Medicine i’ the cu •01 all
Bilious uiti/U i it.*, <h Gn a"it C rer, / ysprps.a, Custivr-
Leer Cutup a nt, Jaundice, S', k H ndirhr, ‘c ofu. a,
Si t Hftemii, here, sot a l kmi*, / 1 iss or’ Appetite, Oh*!rutt
ed an Ipi rtt'ul .1/ '■•ni‘trnit>oH, a d a/, t>n*rermp diseases.
Ae a Feu ale Mo iiein they act like a charm, ami when
talon accord 1 gtot* e and rections. ihoy never fa I to cno
the worn c w- of Piles, 11 ie all other remedies fail.
They pneify til*’ blood, equd xe the ci<-
ciitaio it, 1 ettore die Liver, Khlnete. Mid
oilier secretory Organs to a Iteaitliy -one
and nciioit; and as mii Anti lliithiw Family .Medicine
they have Uu equal. Piice 25 cents |H-r b>x.
DR , STRONG S j
PECTORAL STOMACH PILLS j
.■} remedy fur Coughs, Colds , Catarrh, Bronchitis , Crcup ,
If hoop 1 tig Cough, As thin •, Con miopt on, Nervous l )i.<-
e-iaes, Dyspepsia, t ‘ostirents.* , F.rysiptlaDisease of
t’ir Heart, l fi, mm tirni rind Bam in the C'hest, Back and
Sid ", and oil diseases arising from a deranged state of the
Sg mica, and to retiree th“ and stress and bid feeling from
ea‘ing too hearty f"id, in weak and dyspeptic habits.
WARRANTED TO BE PURELY VEGETABLE.
Ti-ese Pi L act as an Exnector <nt, Tonic, and Aperient.
One 2i cent box po s ases three times more power to cure
diseases iliati a one dollar b ttle of any of the S>nipF,
H dsams, or illas that was ever undo, and a sim
ple 1 iai of only one box will prove this on porta nt truth.
They promote Expectoration, Loosen the
Phlegm, nntl Clear tho Luntit and other
Secretory Organs of all morbid matter,
and there is not another totnedy in the whole Maleila
Meuira capable of imparting such healing properties to
the Lungs and Vitul t'rga sas the.'i* lMls. They
Cure Costiveness, produce n good, regular
Appetite, and Strengthen the .System.
P ice ‘25 cents per box. containing ‘25 doses of Medicine.
Cull on tbe Agents who cell tho Pills, a* and got tho
Planter's Almanac oratis, g.ving full purtictilars and cer
tificates of cures.
Both L.nds of tbe above named Pills are for sale in
Columbus?. Ga., bv DAN FORTH &. NAGEL.
GESNER & FEABODY.
In Girard, Ala., by
And on inquiry can be had in every town in Georgia and
Alabama. HULL & SPr.NCER,
April 23-w&tweo2w 12 Ann ,-treet, N. Y.
PiANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED.
—1 THE undersigned have engaged the services of
Mr. F. O. RA.M.M, tuner and P ano Maker, lately
from Erards’Celebrated Establishment in Paris.
\/ H “ Mr. B. is p obably the 1 est in his profession in the
Southern Country. We are prepared to attend to all o dors In
the above line, and will be responsible tor all \ orkdone bv our
workmen. < ndera addressed to VViiittklsev &. Cos., or Truax
& Pkasu, will meet with prompt attention,
WHITTELBEY & Cos.
Columbus. April 22, 1853. TIUJ \X Ac PEASE.
Good Bargains .
CHEAP Ua Us, AND
, I''llE subscriber having entered into the hotel business, which
1 proi ises to pay better th..n MATA’ and SHOE*', and wflich
will require pretty much ah ol his time, he therefore proposes
to wind up the
HAT AND SHOE BUSINESS,
in short order. Those in need 01 -uch artic es will dv well to
call soon, il they d<> not wish to lose all 01 the good bargains.
1). A. GARRETT.
X. B.—Xo goods delivered until she money is paid.
Cos mnbus. Ga. march 23 -iwtf
C T. CUSHMAN, D. D. S.
cy ,—HAS returned from Xew York,
where he critie d'y inspected, in
u various Dental Laboratories,some
ot thebesl woik that can be done, and availed himselt ol addi
tional means to execute the same stvles with dis Dutch.
Also, lo operate o , the teeth, with his usual care and finish.
Over Foster & Purple’s Jewelry store.
No. 69 Brood Street.
Columbus. January, 7‘ w 1 1
pTTt w * F * LEE ’
Os! ce t>n ISroad street, over Mygatt*B store.
Columbus. Get 23—It ■’
DENI AL NO'I ICE.
DR. O. P. LAIRD
HAS returned* and resumed bis profeessioal duties. Ofllcc
next door lo Mullord’s. up stair-.’
Columlms, Xov 13—iw in.
WILLIAMS & OLIVER,
A T T-0 It NE YS AT LAW ,
Buena Vista, Maiuon county, Georgia.
“TTTll.Lpractice in the counties of Marion, Macon, Houston
V v Stewart, Randolph and any adjoining county where they
services may be equired.
WM. F. WILLIAMS. THADPEU* OLIVER.
C. S. HARRISON & CO.
AUCTION AND COMMSSIOIf
Broad street, Columbus. Ga.
WILL attend promptly to all business consigned to them
Printing Presses For Sale.
TWO iarge and very superior Washington Printing Presses,
with 29 by 44 beds, will be sold low for cash, or on time it
preferred by the purchaser. Warranted a? good as new. Apply
to LUiIAX & ELLIS. Columbus, Ga.
February 4—tw&wtf ,
lIYDRJUUC RIMS, FOUNTAINS, AND AQUEDUCTS,
ON IMPROVED VLANS,
FITTED VP WITH DISPATCH.
AND DURABILITY WARRANTED.
BY A. McQUEEN,
March 16—twGw* Oglethorpe House, Col mms.
A FEW cases Cssin’s a no. one Hats— Spring styles.
Just received and for sale by
j March lie—tw J. H. MERRY.
j WE have purchased 150 ilhds. of good C'in
j CfbfciS cinnati cured Bacon Sides, a pm of which hasg^gyjg*
; SiiaiLkT arrived, and sot sale at a low price.
We will sell, to be Delivered on the river, if encaged be ore H
i arrives. GREEXWUOD c L*.
Columbus, Feb. 25—2mwfctw -
50 H,la. Xew Orleans Sugar,
j HHbl-] 50 Itbis. ” “ “
iiaiCafe.'vi 30 Laks Sides.
5 “ Sh ulders.
AH of which will be sold low for Call and examine
th, m. C. S. HARRISON & CO.
Columbus, April B—twtf