DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS,
SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK,
Dlt. R. A. WARE,
1 IS now receiving a much larger supply than ha j
Yw ever been 1 efore offered in this market. All wishing !
to purchase pure and unadulterated articles in this
line, will do well to call and examine.
PURE BRANDY, OLD PORT AND MADEIRA
WINE, lor Medical purposes, to be had at
R. A. WARE’S Drug Store.
PERFUMERIES AND COSMETICS— Lubins and
Bazins assorted varieties, for sale by R. A. WARE.
LONDON PORTER AND SCOTCH A LE.—Very
best quality. For sale by R. A. WARE.
FINE SEGARS AND CHOICE CHEWING TO
BACCO, can be had of R. A. WARE.
THREE HUNDRED SWEDISH LEECHES, just
received and for sale by R. A. WARE.
BRUSHES AND BROOMS of every kind, for sale by
R. A. WARE.
WINDOW GLASS, from 8 by 10 to 20 by 24, for sale
by R. A. WARE.
Columbus, Ga., April 2, 1853-w&twly
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
AT TIIE BLUE DRUG STORE,
Broad Street, Columbus, Georgia.
fJUST received from New York and Philadelphia, a large
supply of select Medicines, consisting of pure and select
Powders and Extracts, for sale at the lowest market prices
and warranted to give entire satiiaction or we shall count
It no sale.
Physicians’country bills and plantation medicines put upon
the lowest terms; every attention will be paid to their quality,
and they will be securely and speedily packed and forwarded.
GESNER & PEABODY, Druggists,
March 2—tw&wly Sign of the Negro and Mortar.
Pure Medical Wines.
DOZ PORT and Brandy for Medical purposes, for sale at the
t'lue Drug Store .
March 2—tw&wly GESNER & PEABODY.
Paints and Oils.
“OURE and Gelna Lead, Linseed, Lamp and Machinery Oils,
A for sale cheap at the Blue Drug Store,
March 2—twfcwly GESNER fc PEABODY.
Dr. Thomas Hoxey,
fHAS united with him in thcpractie of Medicine and its
collateral branches his son,
DR. BRICE A. HOXE \,
who has had charge of a Military Hospital in Mexico and the
Marine Hospital at Acapulco on the Pacific for two years; din
ing which time he successfully performed some of the moat diffi
cult operations in Surgery.
‘1 hey fee! competent to attend to all cases in Medicim Sur
gery, &.c., and respects illy offer their services to the publn
Columbus, April l—tw3in
Drs. WOODRUFF & TRACY.
f Dr. M. WOODRUFF would respectfully give notice tc
his patrons that he has associated with him in the practice
Os Medicine, Dr. D. TRACY, a gentlemen of large expe
rience in his profession.
DRS. WOODRUFF & TRACY,
Will attend all calls in their profession punctually.
Columbus, march 26—tw 3m
DR H. M CLECKLEY
f POLITELY tenders his prof >sional services to theciti
zensot Columbus and vicinity. He may always be found
at. his office on Broad street, tv;o doors above the old
Bf ’ ~ryt. Mary’s, or at Captain P. T. Sch'ev’g residence,
on < glelhorpe s.reet. October 13, 18v2-tw6m
MUSCOGEE RAIL ROAD CO.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Only 10 miles ol Staging betweeiiiColumbus
On and after the 15th inst. the Passenger Train will leave ami
run by the following schedule daily until further notice:
Leave Columbus at SA. M.; Arrive at Butler 8% A. M.
Leave Butler at P. M.: Arrive at Columbus 5 P. M.
E. F. RICKER, Superintendent.
Columbus, March 5, 1853.
NEW YORK AND SAVANNAH STEAM SHIP
Weekly The new and splendid Steamships
Florida, ... . Capt. Lyon,
Alabama , Copt. Ludlow.
Belonging to theNicW York and Savannah Steam Navigation
WILL leave Savannah and New York every Saturday. These
ships are 1,300 tonsregister,and unsurpassed in safety,*:-
These steamers leaving Savannah at the same time that the
Marion and Foutherner leaves Charleston, arrive in New York as
soon as, or beforethem.
passaged—payable before going on board
Agents: PADELFORD, FAY & CO., Savannah, Ga.
SAMUEL L. MITCHELL,
April 30,1852 —tf] 194 Front street,New Yora.
IIA RNDEN’S EXPRESS^
WE respectfully beg leave to inform the citizens o( Columbus
and its vicinity, that wc have concluded our arrangements
with the Central Railroad Banking Company, and are now run
ning messengers daily from Macon to Savannah.
\ lso, forwarding goods daily over the Muscogee and South-
Western Railroad to Fort Valley, Oglethorpe and MacoD, thence
to Miiledgeville Savannah and all intermediate places.
Also, to Montgomery, Ala. We would also say, that our Ex
presses by the steamers to New York and Philadelphia enable us
to forward every description of merchandise and valuables.
Notes, Drafts, and Bills collected in every town in the Northern
aud Eastern Slates ; also, to California and Europe.
Offices and Agents—Randolph street, Columbus, opposite
the “Corner Stone” printing office : C. A. Ells & Son, Macon;
Mr. Kendrick, Fort Valley; G. R. Clayton, Oglethorpe; 153 Bay
street, Savannah ; 74 Broadway, Afew York ; 43 and 45 South-
Third. Philadelphia ; 8 Court street, Boston ; Exchange street,
Providence; Montgomery street, *an Francisco.
LIVINGSTON, WINCHESTER & CO.
Columbus, April 13—tw&w
U. T. GREENWOOD, JOSIAII MORRIS, J. I. RIDGWAY
GREENWOOD, MORRIS & RIDGVVAY,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. IT Caromlelet Street, New Orleans.
EAST SIDE BROAD STREET,
OPPOSITE THE MARKET HOUSE.
MTHE undersigned deems it unnecessary to make any j
putts m r Terence to this House, as it is customary with
houses of this kid ;he has but one remark to make ;
in reference to this house, and that is—
COM E AND TRY IT,
and be your own judge ; believing that the best puff is in realiz
atiou and not in anticipation, so far as public houses sre con
cerned. D. A. GARRETT, Proprieto .
Columbus, Ga. march 23—w&tw3in %
A small farm about one and a half miles from Cclum
jgSggt. bus. It coutains 150 or i6o acres oi land ; aboui a third ,
of which is cleared, and in suitable condition for cultivu- !
l * ou ” remaining portion is well timbered with !
Ji.ffA**"** location foranv person, wishing a small farm
-oinmnn l*?**" e in the vicinity of the city. Apply to
■xdumouß, March 9—t w tf E. T. T A YLOR.
A iv J !^i CO S :iforta b , e dwelling on Broad street, ad
j Apply to 1 * b " rr ° WfS oud E * Greenwood.
Columbus, Jan. 7—2 twtf L. MUSTIAN.
SUS\MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
A. B. NELSON, President.
JOHN WHITEHEAD, Secretary,
THE undersigned is authorized to take River and Marine risks
for this well known Company, on favorable terms.
Columbus, Jan. 14—tw6m JOHN MUNN
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
Protection Insurance Company at Haitford, Connecticut.
•Springfield Marine and Fire Insurance Company, at Bpring
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company, Raleigh.
Kentucky Mutual Life Insurance Company, Covington.
Slaves insured at two thirds their value.
Columbus, Jan. 14—tw6m JOHN MTJNN, Agent.
Do You Want to Insure ?
The savannah mutual insurance company win
take Marine and Fire risks on reasonable terms.
Apply to R. J. MOSES, Agent.
N. B.—This office returned to the holders of Policies 39 per
cent, of the premiums paid during the year 1852.
Columbus, Oct s3—w<ytwly
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE
BANK OF SAVANNAH.
AGENCY AT COLUMBUS,
WILL receive Deposits—and Checks for sale on New York
April24—twtf RICHARD PATTEN.
AGENCY OF THE MANHATTAN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
H. H. EPPING, Agent for Columbus, Ga.
DRS BOSWELL fc BILLING, Medical Examiners.
Pamphlets containing tables of Rates and other information
may be obtained by application at the office of the Agents.
Columns, Nov 23—tw&wly
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
Fireand Marine risks taken by
Columbus, Feb 25—twly R J MOSES
MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
THIS office returned 39 percent, of premiums received last
year to persons holding policies of the Company; and con
tinues to take Fire and Marine risks on the most reasonable
terms. Sept 15—twtf R J MOSES, Agent.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
PRQTECTIQNiINZURANGE 00., HARTFORD
NORTH CAROLINA MUTUAL LIFE
Kentucky Mutual Life Insurance Company
Continue to take risks on the most favorable terms.
Slaves insured for two-thirds value.
Applications for risks in town or country may be made to
Columbus, Sept 3—tw6m JOHN MUNN, Agent.
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
THIS invaluable preparation has been but a few months
before the people of the South, yet many thousands of
bottles have been sold and used in a great variety of
diseases, and it has given universal satisfaction. We
have heard of none that were dissatisfied with it. We
offer it as a remedy in the various diseases and com
plaints for which it is recommended, with full confidence
in curing them, as over four millions of Bottles have been
sold and used for a great variety of complaints, both ol
men and animals, and it has always given satisfaction, be
cause it has performed just what we said it would. It has
healed Cancers and scrofulous sores and ulcers that had
resisted the treatment of the Medical Faculty.
jjpjy” A child in Frederickton, N. 8., a few days ago
burned its legs severely against a stove. The mother im
mediately applied Linseed Oil and Cotton Wool, with a
tight bandage over all; in a short time the screams of the
child induced the mother to remove the bandage, when it
was disc overed that the cotton wool had taken fire by spon
taneous combustion and had considerably increased the
size of the burn. The mother happened to think that she
had part of a bottle of Mustang Liniment in her house, j
which she got immediately and applied to the burned
limbs of the little sufferer, and as soon as it was applied,
the child ceased its cries and soon after fell asleep in its
mother’s arms, by the soothing influence of this valuable
This is to certify that the Mexican Mustang Liniment
has been used quite extensively in the stables of Adams &
Co.’s Great Southern, Eastern and Western Express, for
curing Galls, Chafes, Scratches, Sprains and
it has proved very effectual. Many of their men have
also used it on themselves and their families, and they all
speak of its healing and remedial qualities in the highest
terms. One of our hostlers got kicked, and badly cut and
bruised on his knee—as usual, the Mustng Liniment was
resorted to, and the soreness and lameness was soon re
moved, and it was perfectly well in three or four days.—
We have no hesitation in recommending it as a valuable
preparation, to be used externally on man or beast.
Foreman of Adams if Co.’s Express Stable, N. Y.
Rheumatism. —This is to certify that my wife was af
flicted with severe chronic Rheumatism ; she had suffered
for months with the most excruciating pains 5 site had
tried Rheumatic Compounds, Reliefs and almost every
thing recommended for this dreadful disease. None of
them relieved her pains in the least. She used a fifty cent
bottle of Mustang Liniment, and it cured her entirely; she
is now perfectly well, and recommends all of her friends
to use the Mustang Liniment.
(Signed) James L. Oliver.
Savannah, Georgia, January Ist, 1853.
Principal Offices, 304 Broadway, New York, and St.
A. G. BRAGG & CO., Proprietors. i
Sold in Golambus, Ga., by GESNER 6c PEABODY- :
February 5, 1853—tw&wly !
| KetaUic Burial Cases. J
THESE cases have been universally approved wherever
used. They are much superior to those of wood, and
combine within themselves all those qualities so desirable in &
They are composed of several kinds of Metal, but principally
They are thoroughly enamelled inside and out, and thus made
impervious to air and indestructible, and can be sold at about
the rates of covered coffins.
The public are invited to call and examine them for them
selves, and at a glai they will seethe great advantage of this
article over any other ever offered to the public.
Columbus, Feb. 23—w&tw6m SAMMIS & ROONEY.
HARRIS COUNTY, GEORGIA.
Ware Room on East side Broad street , next doer to
R. G. JEFFERSON & CO.
Tp’ PROPRIETORS of the above work 9 respectfully inform
the oublic, that they have now on hand for sale, and are con
staidly manufacturing all descriptions of Wooden War*.
such as Ciiaiks, Skttses, Bedsteads, Buckets,Tubs,&c.. &c.,
oi the best material, and fluisued in excellent style under their
They particularly call attention to their various styles and quali
ties of chairs, which, for neatness, comfort, durability and cheap
ness cannot be surpassed in any country; varying in pricefroin
$lO to $24 per dozen—specimens of which can be seen at their
Ware It 00m one door above P. McLaren’s, Broad street.
Columbus, which the publican: invited to examine.
Every description of t hairs, Buckets, Tubs, &c. made to ordei
after any fashion desired. They are also prepared tro furnish Win
dovvSasii and Blinds of all descriptions to order.
£3F“ Handsome premiums were awarded to the Troy Factory at
the Southern Agricultural Fair at Macon, for the best specimei
ot Ch* ir and Wooden Ware.
at their Ware Room—east side Bread street,
directed to R. G. Jefferson dt Cos., Columbus, will meet w
prompt attention. May 10- wly
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST !
TU E having determined to close their business,
offer their large and well assorted stock ot GROCERIES at
Reduced Prices, For Cash.
1 Thov would also beg to sav to those indebted, that early pay
ments would be quite acceptable.
I Columbus, Jan. s—twtf E. BARNARD & CO.
FOR the Growth and Embellishment of the Hair to Prevent
its Falling off and turning Gray. Awarded the highest prem
iums by the States of New York, Maryland and Michigan, at their
Annual Fairs ot 1851.
The Kathairou neutralizes the effect of disease, climate, and
old age, in preserving and restoring the Human Hair, even af
ter a baldness of twenty years; cleanses the scalp from Scurl
and Dandruff; will cure the Nervous Headache, Scald Head,
Erysipelas, Diseases of the Skin, fcc.&ud is the . ost desirable
For Ladies’ or Gentlemen’s use in the world. Its perfume equals
Lubin's Choicest Extracts, and being free from all offensive oil,
or coloring properties, it gives the Hair that golden, bright, soft,
lively appearance, secured by no other prepaiation.
The use of the Kathairou is adopted by the best physicians in
, Europe and America, and has a patronage and sale unprecedent
/ ed in the history of the materia medica. But words are superflu-
I ous, a trial only can attest its real virtue, as millions certify. —■
To be had throughout North and South America, Europe and
the Islaudsof the Ocean, in large bottles, for2s cents.
Sold in Columbus by
DR. R. A. WARE,
GESNER & PEABODY.
E. Thomas Lyon, 161 Broadway, N. Y.
LYON’S EXTRACT OF PURE
JAMAICA GINGER .
NOTHING need be said to command the attention of the pub
lie to this article, when convinced that it is PURE and una
dulterated. M edical men, or thosA seeking a harmless beverage
to destroy the unwholesome effects of brackish and turbid water
can rely upon its genuine character, and it is also extensively
used for culinary purposes, in flavoring cakes, preserves, fcc.
To the afflicted with Dyspepsia, Summer Complaints, Cholera,
Nervous Debility. Fever and Ague, Dizziness, general Prostration,
fcc. nothing has ever been prescribed with equal effect.
Manufactured by E. Thomas Lyon, Chemist, 161
Broadway, New York.
Inquire for I yon’s Pure Ginger. Sold by reputable Druggists
hroughout the wond.
GESNER & PEABODY,
DR. R; A. WARE,
March 16—tw6m Columbus, Ga.
For tiie rapid Cure of
(Wilt;US, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROUP, ASTHMA, AND
Many yearn of trial, instead of impairing the public con
fidence in this medicine, has won for it an appreciation and
notoriety by far exceeding the most#anguine expectation
of its friends. Nothing but its intrinsic virtues and the un
mistakable benefit conferred on thousands of sufferers could
originate and maintain the reputation it enjoys. While
many inferior remedies thrust upon the community have
failed and been discarded, this has gained friends by e.very
trial, conferred benefits on the afflicted they can never for
gets and produced cures too numerous and too remarkable
While ii is a fraud on the public to pretend that any one
medicine will infallibly cure —still there is abundant proof
that the Cherry Pectoral does not only as a general thing!
but almost invariably cure the maladies for w hich it is ein,
As time make 9 these facts wider and better knowmthis
medicine has gradually become the best reliance of tne af
flicted, fro -n the log-cabin of the American Peasant, to the
palaces of European Kings, Throughout this entire coun
try, in every State, city, and indeed almost every hamlet it
contains, Cherry Pectoral is known as the best remedy ex
tant for diseases of the Throat and Lungs, and in many
foreign countries, it is coming to be extensively used by their
most intelligent Physicians. In Great Britain, France and
Germany, where the medical sciences have reached their
highest perfection, Cherry Pectoral is introduced, and in
constant use in the Armies, Hospitals, Alms Houses, Public
Institutions, and in domestic piactice, as the surest remedy
their attending Physicians can employ for the more dan
gerous affections of the lungs. Also in milder cases, and
for children it is safe, pleasant and effectual to cure. In
fact,some of the most flattering testimonials we receive
have been from parents who have found it efficacious in
cases particularly incidental to childhood.
The Cherry Pectoral is manufactured by a practical
Chemist, and every ounce of it under his own eye, with in
variable accuracy and care. It is sealed and protected by
law from counterfeits, consequently can be relied on as gen
uine without adulteration.
We have endeavored here to furnish the community with
a medicine of swch intrinsic superiority and worth as should
commend itself to their confidence—a remedy at once safe,
speedy and effectual, which this has by repeated and count
less trials proved itself to be: and trust by great care in pre
paring it with chemical accuracy, of uniform strength to
afford Physicians anew agent on which they can rely for
the best results, and the afflicted with a remedy that will do
for them all that medicine can do.
Prepared and sold by James C. Ayer,
Practical and Analytical Chemist , Lowell, Mass.
Sold in Columbus, Ga., by ROBERT CARTER,
andDANFORTH & NAGEL
and by Druggists generally. Jan. 22—w&tw4m.
1853. SPRING GOODS, 1853 T
WILLIAM H. KNOEPFEL,
99 William Street, New York.
IMPORTER AND JOBBER,
| IN FRENCH, GERMAN, ENGLISH AND. DOMESTIC
For Tailors and Clothiers, have received by late arrivals, a
large and well selected stock in German, English aud French
Cloths, of all grades aud styles.
Mohair Coatings, Drap D’Ete, Queen’s Cloth, Alpacca and j
Worsted Coatings, Cashmerette.
Mixed and Clouded Zephyr Cloth, plain and twilled.
Fancy French and Barnsley Drills.
Brown and Yellow Linens, Fancy Plaid and Figured Mar
seilles; White and Buff Figured Marseilles; Drab Silk auffLlnen ,
Coatings, together with an extensive assortment of
and other Goods, suitable for the CLOTHING TRADE, Q*l the
most favorable terms.
Particular cash or short-time buyers, and all who study thei
interests, will call and examine his stock, before purchasing else
where. New York, January 22 —4wly
! WARE ROOM Broad st,. COLUMBUS, Ga
NEXT DOOR SOUTH OF TIMES OFFICE.
THE proprietors es this establishment are endeavoring to
rest the evil of buying at the North, by manufacturing evei
description of building requirements—such as PANF.LDOORS ,
WINDOW BJANDS, SASH of all sizes, dressed FLOORING
PLANK , and other kinds of LUMBER ; WOODEN WARE ,
of every description ; BEDSTEADS from £4 50 to $25 each.—
And more remarkable than all, the finest CO nAGE CHAIR
in the world at $1 each.
Please give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, for we are al
ways in a trading humor at low prices for cash. LATHS at
$1 50 per thousand.
IVM. BROOKS L. CO.
JOEL T. SCOTT,
(,A FEW DOORS NORTH OF HALL & MOSES.)
Broad Street, Columbus, Georgia,
ALWAYS on hand, at Wholesale and Retail, all desirable
HAVANA AND AMERICAN CIGARS,
which will be sold on low terms.
A liberal discount will be made to those who buy to sell again.
A generous share of the patronage of the public is resoectfully
solicited. All Cisrars warranted to be such as represented.
Columbus. October 2—4 ow 1 y
A LARGE Invoice of SHIRTS , COLLARS. DRAWERS ,
HOSIER F, &c. Just received aud for sale by
March 39—tw J. H. MERRY,
am Mil SHIER CLOTHS! I
CEJKfia 030222C51S CE>£2R2a'2*. I
I?® Ilk I
Clothier and Merchant Tail ot . I
(NEXT DOOR TO HILL AND DAWSONS,) I
Broad Street, Columbus, Georgia.
U /§ NOW PREPARED TO SUPPLY GENTLEMEN WITH THE I
1 SPRING AND SUMMEft I
Styles of Clotlitngr, Furnishing Goo<j s J
MATTS*# __ ALSO - ’
i irtMMIKSjo Wi\tta33!li3 & ©Sill!Blß!i![yy\§
Jp] CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS, V
of the latest importations, of French and English styles manufactured to order and warrant
under the direction of
who has just returned from New York, and will be pleased to accommodate his friends and all of
that may call, with such garments as cannot fail to please.
Columbus, Oct 9,1852. tiv&wif
H. F*. DAL'ETir, I
MERCHANT TAILOS, I
ONE DOOR BELOW GE>NER & PEABODY’S DRUG STORF I
®ra®A© ennssif* ®®!L®a2©®§ 1> ;®s®&tßa&. 4
—HAS JUST RECEIVED A COMPLETE STOCK OF—
-IF/&ILL m© ®®@®^
a to which he solicits the attention of the public. His stock comprises some of the most beautiful styles of
1A cloths, Agureti, black aud fancy colored French and English Cassimeres; blac!.
f —il- and fancy Silk Velvet Vestings of all shades and colors,
hich he is prepared to make up in the NEATEST aud most FASHIONABLE STYLES.
A long experience ia cutting, iu some of the most fashionable cities of the t/uion, make’s him confident that his efforts m ;
allthose who may favor him with a cad, will not be in vain. He is only desirous to have a lair and impartial trial before
public, md this he asks, feeling sure that it w'll be accorded, and once accorded be fears not the result.
In audition to the various cloths, Cashmeres, Cassimeres & Drills enumerated above, he hasoa hand and is receiving a- ,
REJID Y--MJIDE CEO THING ,
the latest styles, aud of superior quality. In a word he has everything suitable to a gentleman’s toilet
Gall aud examine, as he is determined to give cheap bargains._42jl
Columbus Oct S —twtf
J. D. WILLIFORD & CO., I
( At the old stand of 11. Middkbrook 4* Cos .) !
Two doors above J; Ennis & Cos., Broad street, Columbus, Ga., j
ARE NOW RECEIVING A VERY EXTENSIVE STOCK OF FIRST CLASS A
Ready Made Clothing, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, fcc. Gentlemen’s Funridijlng Gpods v
Every articie in this establishment has been purchased tin's t’afir""The garments have been Wit by the most exporter,’ 1
and fashionable tailors. All sizes of men and boys can be easily fitted with Ready made Clothing. Gents’ ready-made
garments of every conceivable variety and style.
BOY’S CLOTHING— Itis impossible toennmerate the different articles of Clothing for boys and children.
L ABIES’ CLOA K.S—A new and elegant articie—Ladies’ Silk, Merino aud Cotton Vests, &c.
J~||Hata and Caps—Of the best make and latest fashions.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER.
We areprepared to makeup Clothing at unusually low rates—and in a style not inferior to any. Every garment war
ranted to give satisfaction. Our assortment of Cloths, Cassimres, Vestings, Furnishing Goods, &c.. will be “found complete
in every particular; and a careful examination of all our goods is respectfully solicited from those who may read ihia notice
N. 8.-A deduction of five per cent, will be made for Cushion ah billsnot less than ten dollars.
Jas. D. Williford. Daniel Rowe.
LA GRANGE MUSIC STORE.
OT©KS3M,E AEED BSTm.
Just opened, in Thornton’s Rock Building, on the West side of the
Court House Square, a large and
PASMONABLB MUSIC STORE.”
WE W ILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF MUSIC—SUCH A
Sheet Music, Instruction Books, Port Folios, &c, &c.
FIAMOI, with and without JEOLIAJt ATTACHMENTS.
rrrTTl DOLCE CAMPANOS, Hews’ American Action, and the LEAF TUR
NER, patent of Knabe, Gachle As Cos., and from many other Factories.
AIF FLAGEOLETS, CELLOS, DRUMS, BANJOS, ACCORDEONS, UTINO3.
Music Boxes, of various sizes, and well selected Brass Instruments for BANDS ; Italian Roman fin*
uest, strings tor MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ot all kinds. All of which we pledge ourselves to sell as clw f
as can be purchased elsewhere in the South.
a t J T eacherS Tr ai Schools, supplied at the lowest rates, and ail orders filled withcae
• AEIAN, old Cremona Violins, Celia strings, Pistols,Colt’s Revolvers, and all other kinds, Powder Flask?,
Percussion Caps, Port Monias, Ladies’ Cards and Dressing Cases, Portable writing desks, Walking Canes, with gold and
silver heaas, French Baskets and Boxes, latest styles. Large assortment ol Stationery
LIGNOSKI, KENER &, CO.
f*. S. All Pianos sold by us will be kept in order for one year, without chars. Dora
bility guaranteed by factors and by us. All new music received as soon as published *
Nov. 11, 1852. r * 4g
THIS Establishment is now open for the reception of patients
The location is pleasant and healthy, being on the great
j Southern Mail Route in Eastern Alabama, and is ahouta hundred
yards from the depot, immediately adjoining the Itailroad.
The efficacy of the Water Treatment in all acute diseases, a
Fevers, Scarlatina, Measies, Small Pox, &c., is to complete and
rapid as to seem almost miraculous; while in chronic diseases,
i. e. all diseases of long standing, as Gout, Rheumatism, Dyspep
sia, Neuralgia, Scrofula, Consumption, &c., it i3 the only effec
tual mode of arresting the progress of the disease and eradicating
it from the system.
! In the pecu iar diseases of Women, the Water Cure is a sover- i
eign remedy, where all other remedies have failed, and in child
birth it procures immunity from untold suffering.
Patients should bring one quilt, a comfort, two pair blankets,
two sheets and several yards of linen diaper for bandages.
Terms according to treatment and attention required, payable
weekly, invariably. Consultation lee, $5.
DR. W. G. REED, i . .
MRS. M. A. TORBET, $ Ph y &lciar,s -
Auburn, March 16—wly
BUENA VISTa. MARION CO.. GA
M THE subscriber uspectfully announces to ids friends
ard the public generally, that he has taken charge
o. this well known
The house is commodious and well finished; and no pains will
be spared to render thosecomfortable, who may favor him with
Dec 3—tr E. TITCIQMB.
• RAN AWAY from my residence, near Gienalta, Ma
gfcs lion county’, Georgia, last Thursday morning, a black
ne ?ro girl, with full tace and eyes, and projecting fore
head, named ANN, about twenty two years old ; weighs
- ’“*** near one hundred and titty pounds. She speaks slowly
and in a low tone of voice. She i3 probably about Columbus
Ga. I will give #25 for her apprehension and delivery, or i$5U
for her and the white mao, wbe probably aided in her escape
March B—lowtf A. M. SHEPHERD. ’
t RAN \W A Yon the I3th march, my boy LEW !?•
lie is about fifteen or sixteen years old, dark col r.
chunky built, weighs about one hundred and ten or al
"etr‘|ll jbs., Quick spoken and shrewd. I unders and hs.
wr-ii’ l oe ew * 3 J and says he belongs to
vv Ilhams, from whom I purchased him. His forehead
naa Deen partially shaved before I bought him, and the hair is
now growing out. When he left he wore off a black round top
• at, cloth coat, negro cloth or blue cashmere pants, and calfskin
pegged shoes. 1
The above reward will be paid for his apprehension and deliv*
ery at any jail in the State. a. D. SH F.WMAKE.
Blakely. Eatly county, Ga., march 25 —12-twlt&w7t
One Hundred Dollars Reward.
TQt.-i RAN AWAY from the subscriber about the last j* 1
jfjk'T. “ tptember, 1852, a negro by the name of ALFKr*-t.
about twenty two years old, about six feet high, wei-hi
aoout one hundred and eighty lbs.; it is thought saiu
jfj negro was enticed away by some white man, and isn <,w
harbored near Starksvilie, Lee county, Ga.; the above
rey* ard wt,l be paid for the delivery of said negro to Robert ■
rlimi, in Early county, Georgia, or to myself in Barbour county,
Alabama, together with proof sufficient to convict the harborer
or nity dollars for the delivery of the negro or his lodgement n>
any safe jail so that I get him again; or fifty dollars lor the above
! required proof. HENRY JSATTB.
March 29— w3m
East side Broad St. near the Market House
HAVE constantly on hand all kinds of [Grave Stones
Monuments, Tombs and Tablets, of American,
Italian and Irish Marble. Engraving and carving done
onatoneinthe best possible manner; ana alikindeoiUran
ite Work at the shortest notice.
JOHN H. MADDEN.
P. S.—PlasterofParisand Cement.alwaysonhand tor
sale. Columbus, March 7, 1850. ” 10 tr