Holloway's Pills are an Infallible Remedy for the
cure of Cough*, Cold*, and Asthma*. —There are daily
eo many undeniable proofs of the efficacy of Holloway’s
Pills in the cures of diseases of the Chest, arising either
from old coughs, recent colds, wheezings or shortness of
breath, that all persons, whether young or old, suffering
from such complaints, should have immediate recourse
to these invaluable Pills, as a fair trial will show their ex
traordinary powers. Many jarsons who were scarcely
able to draw their breath, and apparently almost at death’s
door, have been completely cured by this remedy, to the
astonishment of those who have witnessed their suffer- j
ings. July B—l m
„ Win. H. Thumlert, a highly res|eoiable citizen of Bal
timore, say* that Stabler \s Anodyne Cherry Expectorant
entirely cured him of a threatened Consumption of six
months, standing. He has since recommended it to many
others, and it has in every instance done all that ooul.l be
expected from medicine. It is used by many of the most
experienced Physicians. If you have a Cough, try it 1
See advertisement in another column.
. In this city, on the evening of the Bth July, 1853, by the
Rev. J. E. Dawson, Air. William McCantless, late ol
Montgomery, Ala., to Miss Sarah Ann F. Nix,of this city.
VVE are authorised to announce DAVID J. BAR*
BEK, as a candidate for Clerk of the Superior Court of
Muscogee County, at the election in January next.
Juno 25, 1853—w&twte.
THE subscribers having 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 bo war
ranted, and done under the superintendence of the Engineer of
the Columbus Gas Light company. WHITTELSEY At CO.
l According to the by-laws of the compauy, the houses aud
I stores will be fitted up in the order of their application.
A Register Book is now ready at the store of Messrs. Whittel
. sey & Cos. C. E. DEXTER, Sec’ry.
April 15—w&twtf Columbus Gas Light Conrjfuud
Emory College, Oxford, Ga-
The exercises of the Annual Commencement of this In
stitution will be as follows:
Commencement Sermon and Dedication of the new
Chapel by Rev. Bishop Capers, on Sunday 17th July.
Sophomore prize Declamation on Monday night. Junior
Exhibition ou Tuesday at 9 A. M.
An address by the President, Rev. G. F. Pierce, at 4 P.
M. of the same day ; and by Henry L. Harris, Esq., lie
fore the Alumni at night.
vVednesday will lie Commencement Day. After the usual .
exercises the prizes will be awarded, accompanied with an j
At 4P. M. the Literary Societies will be addressed by |
Hon. Robert Toomhs.
Juno2l-w&tw6t G. J. ORR, Sec’ry. j
, ICE, ICE, ICE!
The Ice House is now open fortbo season. The price will be
for all amounts less than fifty lbs., three cents per lb. Over fifty
and less than two hundred, two and a half cents; two hundred
lbs. and over, two cents.
Hours from 7% to 12>£ A. M., and 2 to ti P. M., except Sun j
days, on which day the house will be open from I}4 to 10, A. M.
only. Tickets can be had on application to i
Columbus, April 13—twtf W. J. CHAFFIN.
CITRATE OP MAGNESIA
This agreeable beverage and excellent summer laxative ;
can be found freshly prepared, and well iced, at
GESNER & PEABODY’S
Blue Drug Store, sign of the Negro and Mortar.
Also, Soda and Congress Waters made cool and palat
able. June 15 twtf
rUST received, a large assortment of Swiss, Jaconet j
and Mull Flouncings, Muslin Bands, Swiss and Jaco- !
net Edgings and Insertions, French Worked Collars, and
Undersleeves, Thread Lace. &c.
BROKAW, CLEMONS & Cos.
Columbus, July 2. twtf. !
* TV LAIN and Stripe Jaconet and Swiss Muslins, India
JL Nainsook, do. Brilliante Cambrics; a large
etoefc 111 st received.
July 2 —twtf BROA'A H , CLEMONS & CO.
IUST tveeivod a full stock* oti lAvijc?’ Sanaal Lisle Hose,
p| Missed Fancy do., Gents Plain and FIQCY Lisle and
Eng. half Hose. Also, a superior article of t~*in*F Silk
Gloves and Mitts.
July 2—twtf BROKAW, CLEMONS & CO.
The subscriber ha 9 in Store a large stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
which are offered for sale at prices
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
Purchasers for Cash will find it to their ad/antage
to examine my stock and prices, before purchasing.
Columbus, April 2—tw C. MVGATT.
JUST Received, a lot of Fine FANS. Also, Embroidery Silk,
by [April 22. J VVHUTELSEY Zc Cos.
DICKENS’ HOUSEHOLD WORDS.
IN six volumes, handsomely bound ingreen cloth.
Historical Sketch of the Electric Telegraph.—lnclud
ing its rise and progress in the United States. Pnce tl,Vx
Literature and Literary men of Great Britain ahd
| Ireland.— By A. Mills. 2 vols.
Hand Book of the Useful Arts.—Being & vol. of Put
nam's Home Cyclopedia.
Half Hours with the best Authors. —With short biogra- |
pbical and critical notes, by Charles Knight.
Chambers’ Cyclopedia of English Literature — Gold- ;
smith's Animated Nature — Humboldt's Aspects oj Na- j
ture—Hazlitt’s Life of Napoleon.—The Koran with i
notes, by G. Saio.
Baldwin's Universal Pronouncing Gazetteer— Ninth ;
edition with suppiemeut.
Macaulay’s Speeches in 2 vols.
Millwright's Guide, by Oliver Evans.
• Lorenzo Dow's Complete Works, wok portraits of him
seli and wife.
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities ; by Chas.
Anthon, L. L. D.
Bvwen’s U. S. Post Offlc, Guide. —Containing a histo
ry ot the P. O. system throughout the world. A review ol
the P. O. Department ot the U. S. Rates of Inland and
Foreign postage. A list of all the post offices and mail
routes in the U. S. with statistics, items, &c., &e.
July 9 —tw. For sale bv D. F. YVILLCOX.
Winter’s Palace Mills,
A RE again in full operation. Seud in your Wheat and Corn.
u r ’ Braa aud Shorts, always on hand.
uolnmb'u. J ua e 29 wtwtf
land warrants wanted.
rLYL? for *O. 80, I*o acres
uiHmbu f aLa 2^i4®!V* he#tca * h pric ° 9 W,U 66 paid bv
votHmous, Ms 24— 34wf J. ENNIS It CD.
A LARGE LOT OF
“, WHITE MILITARY PANTS,”
Just received at JOHN SMITH’S,
Columbus, June 29—tw No. 125 Broad SL
Sliirtß ! Shirts!!
A LARGE invoice of SHIRTS , COLLAR*. DRAWERS
HOSIER Y, o.c. Just received and for sale by
March 39—tw J. H. MERRY.
A FEW cases Gkiik’i a m*. onk Hats—Svri.sg civi sr.
Just received and for sale by
March 30—tw 4. H. MERRY.
’ ANOTHER Music STORE.
WELLCOX Be CARTER.
NO. 92, BROAD STREET, COLUMBUS, GA.,
ARE now receiving, and will keep constantly on band. I
SHEET MUSIC, PIANO FORTES, GUITARS, VIOLINS,I
ACCORD EONS, BANJOS, TAMBOKINES, j
FLUTES, FLAGEOLETS, FIFES, &C.
String* for the
VIOLIN AND GUITAR.
Irstrurtlon Rook* for the a!> >ve Instrument*. Alto, Exercise*
for the cultivation ofthe Voice.
Order* are Rolieited from lone Iters and other*.
D. F. VVILLCOX. WM. B. CARTER.
N. it. Mr. Carter will attend to Tuning aud Repaiiing Pianos
Columbus, April 15—w&twtf
New Sheet Music,
THE subscribers have this day received a large assortment of
•Sheet Music; among which are many new and populaj
pieces never before oflered in this market. The ladies in parti*
cult.-are invited to call and examine our stock.
TRUAX & PEASE,
Columbus, March 2—tw 106 Broad street.
PI AN! If 8B T 8
FOR KENT BY THE MONTH OR YEAR,
M USIC STORE OF
WHITTELSEY & CO.
Columbus, June 24, 1853.—tw&wtf
SELLING OFF SHEET MUSIC
AT HALF PRICE.
THE undersigned desiring to reduce their extensive stock of
Sheet Music, will sell at three cents per page, (or half the
usual price) a large share of their present stock. Among which
may be found manv ofthe new and popular pieces ot the day.
This is an opportunity not to be neglected by Teachers and
Bchools, lo lay in a supply. In this lot will be found most of
the desirable Music every day ordered.
Also, a large stock of Instruction Books for the PIANO
FORTE, which will be sold at less than cost. Among the Street
Music are the following pieces, arranged by O. REPS, viz.:
Dancing Feather Waltz ; Bombardment es Vera Cruz ;
Elbert Waltzes; Stone Mountain,Q.S
La Sultana Waltz; Columbus Guards, Q. S.
Gibraltar Waltz ; Hyacinth Gallop ;
Alpiue Horn, Q. 8. Gallopada Polka.
also —.-l large, variety of
Songs, Waltzes, Polkas, Marches anti ftidck- j
utepa, by celebrated authors.
Sales ofthislotto be strictly Cash.
Just received,a large lot of NEW MUSIC, which will be sold ‘
at the usual price.
Call and examine. Orders with money enclosed will be filled i
and forwarded to any part ofthe country by mail.
WHITTELSEY & CO. j
Columbus, Ga., March 9—twtf
PiANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED. !
THE undersigned have engaged the services o:
Mr. F. O. RAMM, Tuner and Piano Maker, Intel) J
: f rom Erards’ Celebrated Establishment in Paris, j
, \1 ‘J m J * Mr. R. is probably the best in his profession in the
j Southern Country. We are prepared to attend to all orders in ;
> the above line, and will be responsible tor all v. ork done by our :
| workmen. Orders addressed to Whittulsey k Cos., or Trim a •
& Pease, will meet with prompt attention,
WHITTELSEY & Cos. :
Columbus April 22, 1853. TRUAX fc PEASE,
twtf— Jel4 wtf
Flour, Meal, aud Breadstuff's. j
rpHE subscriber, proprietor ofthe CITY MILLS, beg leave
JL to inform the public that he has now on hand and will com
i tinue to keep a good stock of prime If HEAT AND COkJY, .
an i will be prepared at all times to furnish customers in any
j quantities with Flour Meal, &e., at the shortest notice. New
! wheat is now in.
The City .Willi* situated above the city a short distance and ■
j is now in good running order
; My prices at. present are as follows :
Superfine Flour st>2s perbbl. >
Familv Flour ® 75 “
Extra do ‘ oti “ “
! Corn .Veal 9® cts bushel ’
•3F* The highest Cash prices paid for Corn ami Wheat.
1 D. A. WYNN'.
City Mill, June 8, 4853—tw ts _ ;
GOLD WATCH STOL EN .
STOLEN on the 14th inst., a Gold Watch, “No. 3325 •
i —Juo, Harrison, Liverpool. The above reward will lie |
given on delivery of the watch at this office.
! Columbus, May 18—tw i
In lire street, in this city, this morning, a CUFF PIN.
The tinder will bo paid five dollars on leaving the Tin at
this office. May 21—twtf
THE Tax Book is now op n for the collection of Taxes tor the
present year. Tax payers wili save cost ana oblige me by
i paying promptly. J. L. HOW ELL, Collector.
Columbus, June 22—twtf __
fl E subscriber intend Lug to be absent from the SU'efor a
. short time, has appointed F. M. BROOKS his agent during
his absence. M. H. DBSSAU.
1 Columbus, June 22—twlm
To Friends of the Protestant Episcopal
Sunday School Union.
HAVING been urgently solicited by the ages? ot the above
society, to keep a collection of their publication tor sale at
this plac". I have consented so to do, and have just received
. a > ‘*.*!’ them which tor the present, may be found at the .-tore of
Rock Island Factory. JL ‘-l RTIS
Columbus, June 11—wtwtf
Metallic Burial Cases.
w !* lit i ?! ft
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 a
They are composed of several kinds of Metal, bat principally
They arc thoroughly enamelled inside and out, and thus made
impervious to airaud indestructible, and can be sole at about
the rates of covered coffins.
The public are iuvOed to call and examine them for them
selves, and at a glai.s they will see the great advantage ot this
article over any other ever offered to the puLdic.
Columbus. Feb. 23—w&twbm S VMM IS t RtKtNKY
W. F. LEeTd. D.S.
Ulmtyyt DENTAL SURGEON.
Office on Broad street, over Mygatt*s store.
Columbus, Oct 29—ts
THE subscriber will give twenty d.dlart a montt, for
THIRTY ABLC BODIKD NEGRO Ml.;*,
to work for one or two months, upon the Girard Rail Road,
six miles below Columbus. ALFRED IVERSON.
Columbus. G., June 2W-tw3tw2l
j MUSCOGEE RAIL RO AD CO.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
° n and after the 16th inst. the Passenger Train willleave and
run by tin*followiog schedule dailv until further notice:
l.eave Columbus at BA. M.; Arrive at Macon 330 P.M.
Leave Macon at 6 30 A. M.; Arrive at Columbus 2 10 P. M.
_ , , E. F. RICKER, Superintendent.
Columbus, May 14, 1853
OFFICk ON it A N DOLPH Street.
i YVTL respectfully beg leave to inform the citizens ot I'ntutnbu
>v and it s vicinity, that we have concluded our arrangements ,
with the Central Railroad Banking Company, and are now run
ning messengers daily from Macon to Savannah.
Yls-i, forwarding goods daily over the Muscogee and South- 5
, esiern Railroad to Fort Valley, • tglelhorpe and Macon, thence |
t< Milledgerille Savannah ami all intermediate places.
Also, tn Montgomery, Ala. YVo would alao say, tba? our Ex- •
presses by the si earners to New York and Philadelphia cnabl, us .
K> lorwanl every description of merchandise and valuable*. !
Notes. Drafts, and Bill* collected inovery town tn the Northern j
and Eastern Mates ; a iso, to t aiitoraia and Europe.
OintK- akd AntN-r*—Randolph street, Columbus, opposite !
the “Corner Stone*’ printing office ; 0. A. Ell? & Son. Macon;
3ir. Kendnck. fort Valle} ; 6. R. Clayton, *)gletb®rpe; 15d Bay .
street. Savannah; 74 Broadway. .Yew Y ork ; 13 and 15 Sontb
lhird. Philadelphia ; 8 Court street, Boston; Exchange street, 1
Providence; Montgomery street. .Van Francisco.
LIVINGSTON, WINCHESTER &< <. j
Columbus, April 13—tw&w
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
New York and Savannah Steamships.
V I MUKR AKHAN6BNENT.-Days of leavln?Sa
* van nan lor New York:
The Augusta, t apt. Lyon, on Wednesday, June 8;
“ Florida, *• Woodhull, r-n Saturday, “ 11 ;
“ Alabama, “ Ludlow, on Saturday , “ IB j
“ Augusta, “ I.yon, on Saturday , *• 25 ‘
“ Florida, “ Woodhull, on Saturday , July 2 i
“ Augusta, *• Lyon. on Saturday , “ 9
“ Florida, ** Woodhull. on Saturday, “ If* j
“ Alabama, ■* Ludlow, <m Wednesday, “ 20 ;
“ Augusta, “ Lyon, on Saturday , ’ “ 23 |
“ Florida, “ Woodiiuli, on Saturday. “ 30 >
“ Alabama, “ Ludlow, on Wetlncsdav, Aug, 3 !
! “ Augusts, “ i.yon, on Satn day, ‘ •• 6 1
“ Florida, “ Woodhull, on Saturday, ’* 13 j
“ Alabama, “ Ludlow, ..n Wednesday, *• ’? j
“ Augusta, “ Lyon. on Saturday*, ’ “ *u9 •
“ Florida, “ Woodhull, *>n Saturday. 41 u? j
“ Alabama, “ Ludlow, ou Wednesday, “ 51 j
“ Augusta, “ Lyon, on Saturday, Sept. 3 ’
“ Florida, “ Woodhull, on Saturday, “ 10 !
u Alabama, * ; Ludlov/, on Wednesday, “ 14
These ships are the largest on the coast, unsurpassed in speed,
safety or comfort—making their passages in 50 to 60 hours, r.nd
are commanded by skillful, careful and polite officers. They
offer a most desirable conveyance to New York. On the com
pletion of the Atlanta in the autumn, this line Mill be semi
weekly—sailing each Wednesday and Saturday.
Cabin Passage *. sl*s !
PADELFOUD, FA Y &. (X).,
Agents in Savannah.
S YM L L. MITCH ILL,
June 15 .Sept 7 13 Broadway, N'ev. York. !
NKW YORK AND SAVANNAH STEAM SHIP \
j Weekly The nets and splendid Steamships j
IJXiHC Clr.ru!,> Capt. Lyon. |
Alabama, ..... Capt. Ludlow, j
Belonging to the New York ii.dmvaskah Steam Navigation i
ATTILT. leave Savannah and New York • very*Saturday. These i
V t ships are 1,300 tons register, ami unsurpassed in safety,•
These steamers leaving Savannah at the same time that the j
Marion and FouthernerleavesCharioston, arrive in Nov York as !
soon as, or before them.
13^“Cabin passages 23 —payable before going on board
Aubntu: P.YDELFOUii. < YY & CO., Savannah, Ga.
SAMI El. L. MITCHELL,
April3(l,lßs2—tf"! 104 Front street.New Yora. f
VSr TK D BTAT V* S MAI I> LJ\ i\ .
Philadelphia 5: Savannah Steam Navigation Company ;
v THE new and splendid side-wheel Steamship !
V 4 T ° F GEORGIA,
twelve hundred tons register, C V '*M. YY “v LTER ( (JLLiNS, will :
leave Savanm h as follows:
Wednesday, June I Wednesday, June 15. !
’ “2P “ July 13. |
July 27 August 10. . j
This ship has been built with the strictest regard to the safety j
am, ertmfortof the passengers, and her accommodations are un- j
surpassed by any steamship on the coast.
Anew steamship now building, in every respect equal to the j
State of Georgia, will take her place in the tine during the !
mouth of June, and wi.l, with the State of Georgia, make a week- j
ly lino, leaving each port on Wednesday.
‘‘abin pas-age from Savamah to Philadelphia *25 ;
* • ‘* “ “ New York *35 i
Steerage to Philadelphia and New York % i
C. A. L. LAMAR,
• Agent in Savannah. i
HERON & MARTIN.
May 21—ts Agents in Philadelphia ■
CLEAR THE; TR ACK V :l ’ |
THE subscribers hare this day put in ;
FOUR HORSE COACHES.
Mini sixteen ofthe Lest horses ihai the country can preduc**. lo ,
plv between the Forsyth Depot ami the Indian Springs ; and !
ha ving engaged Mr. C. M. Dickers.m and Mr. Francis Geniio, j
cld and experienced r.-insmeu, j.i. dgos themselves tooonvey •
the traveling public to and Irom the two points in a -aier and j
better style, aud quicker time, than ever before done at this
We also have family omnibuses, always in readiness.
Visitors, and families particularly, will find it greatly to their
comfort and interest to can for >nr coaches.
YVo meet bot h Uie dav anti night trains of cars.
A. L & e. L. VARNER.
Indian .Springs. June 24 —* i-tw 15Aug
United States Mail Line, j
THROUGH IN A DAY EACH WAY,
From Columbus, Ga.. to Chunnenug;gee, Ala., j
(and you may ry> to Savannah the pest day, from Columbus.) j
via Lamington, Sand Fort, I‘ehee, Creek Stand, Hernando, Knon, !
and -Newart’s Mills.
This line intersects at Chuiinenuggee the .me to Montgomery
via Cotton Valiev, Tuskegee and Chehaw, also the one leading i
in the direction of Tallahassee, ITa., via Five Points, Mount An- j
drew, Clayton and Eufwila, Ala.
I will send forward passengers or freight from Chuimetmggee
to any of the following places; Union Springs, Aberfoil, Arbor
viia /Perote, Missouri, Bug Hall, Edge-1, id, Troy, and llidgeiy.
t Leave (5.-lumoi-'s Tuesday, Thursday and Saumiay aid A. M.,
arrive at Chunaenuggee same days, at s p. m.
Leave Chunueituggee Monday, Wednesday ap,! i rid ay at i
8. in.: arrive at Columbus same days at 9 p. n..
May 28—lwly APPLETON H AYGOOO. Coutravor.
\ KKNOY At VA TOR S
OM \ IBIS Ll\ E .
Fare—ln Proportion to the Distance.
| ami tiie citizens, generally, for.heir, liooivi ;.ct- i
ronage, and v-ould inform them tnat our splendid new O.If.YV-
B CSSES, with F7.VK TEA JUS and carvful DRIVERS, will !
j continue to run for the accommodation of toe citizens anti per
sons stopping at the Public Houses.
■ Calls iett at ‘.he Hotels or at our stable, strictly attended to.
Columbus. March 18—w&twly
AY. D. FORD
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES!
Pickles, Preserves. Fruits, toufeetionaries, Sesars
a; .... Fish, Oysters and Ice when in senson.
j Waldbukg’s Building, Jkf v zßs*os strlkt. Savannah, <a
Febru:if> 9, 1853. Ivyoih
56 Hds. New Orleans Sugar,
j t-T”- f jrj 50 Hbls. **
30Ca.-ks S : de~.
5 *• Sh.iulderr.
i Allot'which will be sold low for Cxait. fall and e.\aoiine
; them. c. S. HAUKISoN A. CO.
Columbus. April i —twtf
DR. N. hTwIGGINS.
i OFFERS his professional services to the eiuzens ot Co- !
! iumbus and vicinity.
Office at Dr. i ovno'? Dr-JR Store,
Colutnbu' 3 , July 2—tv&twtf
Savannah Mutual Insurance Company.
THIS Company has returned in stock Sixty p*r cent.*of
premiums iu the last two years. The subscriber hvs the
Stock scrip Twenty-five per cent, tor the hist twelve months and
a dividend of 6 percent, cash on the stock issued for 1 $52. In
surers in this office will bring their stock scrip of 1852 an J receive
their dividends—they can at the same time receive their scrip
Marine and Fire risks taken at the usual rates, by
Columbus, July 8— w&twly K. J. MOSES, Agent,
lj Ni S8 Ri NG I
BY TH K
KENT UC K Y M UTU A L
JOHN MUNN, Agent,
BOSWELL vY BILLING,
July 9—vvitwlv Medical Examiner*.
A GENA Y OF THE MANHATTAN
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
\y; vu york.
H. If. EPPING, A;,-cm for ( olumbius,Ga.
/>A “* RO.> WE /& BI J.I. Medical Examiner''. I
Pamphlet* containing tables of Rates and other information
may be obtained by application at the office ofthe Agents.
i •.annuls. Nov 23—tw&wly -
laARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE
n i xk o r sa va nna h.
AGENCY AT COLUMBUS,
I IT7TI.S. receive Deposits—and Checks for sale on New Y ork
; VV Macon and Savannah.
j ApriLM—lwM_ RICHARD PATTEN.
SUN MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY
A. B. NELSON, President.
JOHN WHITFTii'.An, Secretary.
! THE undersigned Is authorized to take River amt Marine risks
! for this well known Company, mi favorable terms.
! Columbus, Jan. 14—twfim JOHN MUNN*
Fiiai JA D LIFE INSURANCE
j Protecio'i Insurance f.Minnany at llattford, (:onn<‘Mcut.
Springfield Mariae and Fire Imr.ntnce Company, at Spring
’ field, Massaohuse? •.
j North Carolina M'Kuail.ife In-unuice Company, Raleigh.
! Kentucky Mu'.uai Life hiMiranco v ompniiy, Covington.
ff'y.*’* Slaves in.-; two-tidrds their value.
! Columbus, Jan. 14—-tvvfiin JOHN MUNN, Agent, j
KOK SALK AND TO RENT.
PLANTATION VNDI.OT FOR SALE,
ON ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
<£& I will sell mv valuable plantation one mile East of j
1 Crawford, Ala., containing Fight Hundred acres; well |
’ improved, good dwelling and out houses, gin house, i
new screw, &.c., &c. There is good creek bottom and I
| pine land interspersed with Oak and Hickory.
I Also, a corner one acre lot opposite the hotel in Crawford.
For terms and particulars apply to Messrs. C. S. Harrison & !
; Cos., Goiiimbus, Ga.
j .1/ay2o—w&twtf 0. A. CLOUD. !
Dwelling House for Sale.
S A THE subscriber having determined to move west, offers ;
I iiiiikk bis residence situated in the upper part of Broad streeet,
FOB SALE j the bouse Las eight large and comfortable
i rooms, with all necessary out buildings in a perfect state of j
| repair. The furniture, if desired, will be sold with the house. J
i Possession given any time after the Ist of July.
Columbus, June 18 —twlm “E. BARNARD, j
A HOUSE AND LOT;
CARPETd, FURNITURE, cYc.
C. S. HARRISON (v. CO.
Columbus, May 14—twtt i
A small farm about one and a half miles from Col urn- !
bus. It contains 150 or 100 acres <*l land : about a third i
of which is cleared, and in suitable condition forcultiva- j
...A — tion. The remaining portion is well timbered with !
It is a desirable location lor any person, wishing a small farm
or summer residence in the vicinity ofthe city. Apply to
Columbus. March 9—twtf E. T. TA YLOR.
HOTEL FOR SALE.
IN consequence of my advanced age, and feeble ■
health. I am Induced to offer for sale iho property f
well known as THE PL ASTERS’ HOTE L, ppM
in the Villageof Fort Valley, Houston County. This ct=iS=lSa
House is located mar the junction of the .South-Western and
Muscogee hail Beads. The passengers breakfast and dint- here.
1 will also sell my Flantaiion,consisting of 670 acres of excel
lent Pine land, immediately adjacent to the Hotel property, or
I will sell the, Hotel and Plantation separately. This is a good
opportunity for an energetic man to make money, as the patron
age of the Hotel, already large, is constantly increasing.
The terms, both :>s to price and times ot payment, will be very
favorable, as lam anxious to retire troni active business.
MATTHEW in BSEY.
Fort Valley, June 21, 1853. Je2S—w 5t
HOTEL FOR SALE.
Aeajfi THE subscriber offers .or sale his eommodi oils and
well finished Hoiei, sivuatisl on the east side of she
public square, in the town of Buena Vista, Ga., and
.¥i"iff.iri i “own as the • t GI.OBE HOTEL.” Ir is furnished with
all nece.wt j conveniences, and lias pertaining to it, a gom.
kitchen. smoke house,stable, lot, &c.. all in good repair. The
house i cor ■ • uieutly situated, and is favored with a liberal share
of Boarding cul transient custom. Buena Vista, though new, ie
b large and beautiful town. Its schools,and varied merchantile
and mechanic interests, insure it3 permanency and rapid growth.
No one need fear depreciation in property for many years.
Persons w ishingto purcha— such property, would do well to
call and examine. Reasonable time will be allowed for payment.
For terms apply to the undersigned Z WILLI AM 8,
or ‘O tilL LI A'• /s- vt OLIVER,
March s—thvtf Buena Vista. co. Ga.
VALUABLE IMPROVED LAND
FOH SALE IK LOWNDES COUNTY.
TH B I'SDEttSIBXED has not yet sold his place, four
miles from the Brunswick aud Florida Railroad, which is
| now building. In inis body of land there are about 1,500 acres
fine hammock and pine land —230 cleared, it i° well watered,
; healthy and fertile. A great bargain can be had. Come aud
view it. Mv address is Sharpe’- .More Post Office, Gn.
i June 21, )853. wlO? D. B. GRAH *iM.
MV Plantation on the Glennvillc. (Ala.,) road, seven
miles trorn Columbus, containing 340 acres, about 100 of
which is cleared and in • fine state of cultivation.
- The improvements arc a frame dwelling with four
rooms, kitchen, cribs and stables conveniently arranged. The
place h; an abundant supply ofoxceilml spring water, is con
venient to churches, schools am! market, is very healthy .and in
an excellent neighborhood—person- wishing to purchase can
’ i•plain any desired information by calling on Mr. Whitten, on
the premises, or the subscriber in Columbus.
R. F. COLEMAN.
Columbus, June 21—w Gm.
South Cowika Plantation For Sale.
TilL subscriber having determined to remove Wert,
’ •*§£l offers ior sue his phmiaiion, containing seven hundred
aud seventy-live acres, about one half cleared and under
.. good fences, situated twenty four miles west of Eufaula.
nine miltr from Clayton, and twelve milts from the route of the
; Girard and Mobile Railroad.
For terms appl. to Mr. Thomas Robinson at Eufaula, or to
the subscriber on the premises. HLNR Y H. FIELD.
f NORN wanted, for which the highest market price will bo paid
L at PALACE MILLS.
| Columbus, June 24—wSuwtf
DA. i. ARBCTT :* my duly authorised agent to transact any
♦ h ivness of mine, that may hereaftei be found in his hands.
Odum bus, July I—wfctwUtn J. B. HICKS.
€ T. CUSHMAN. D. D. S.
HAS returned from Sew Vork,
where he critically insj>ected, in
**’ 11 ” varumsilental Laboratories,tome
; of the beset wo: k that can be done, and availed himself of addi
lioiitJ means to execute the name stvles with diiuatcia
Also, tooperate j~ the teeth, with Ids usual care and finish. ‘
O'-er Foster & Purple's Jewelry Store.
No. 69 Broad Street,
I Columbus, Jfi.caery, 7—P ts
E. LOCKETT, WM. H. LONG, ■ JOHN H. PAVIS.
IftCKITr, MM i 69,
WILL attend to the sellinsi of alt kinds of Produce. Strict
attention given to receiving and forwarding goods,
and filling orders from the country.
THOMAS J. NUCKOLLS.
ATTORNEV AT L AW,
I, Columbus, Georgiy.
Officeoverl. G, S riu men's, near corner of Broad andßaa
WILL praciice in the counties of this and the adjoining judicial
circuit in Mahan ‘D.r- ii 15—wl\
A T T O K N E Y A T L A W ,
Tuskkuke, Macon co., Ax,a.
Will practice iu the counties of Macon, Montgomery,
I allapoosa, Pike, Barbour and Russel.
January 22—4 wly
KING vV WIN NEMO UK.
CO M M 18SION M 1; RCIIAN TS,
Tv,,. 00,1 iMnh. Tril>.\_ 15 ts
S. S. STAFFORD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
IllaUely, Early C 0., Ga.
INGRAM vY CRAWFORD,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
VVlil practice in ttie • huttahooehce C'ireuit and the adjoining
counties. Office over !he store of J. K. Redd & 00.
PORTER INGR AM. M. J. CRAWFORD. *
Columbus. Janimry 11—2wt>m
DOUGLASS & DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
TT7TLI. practice In the counties of the Southwestern Circuit,
1 ? and in Stewart county ofthe Chattahoochee circuit.
El GENIUS L. DOUGLASS,
! Nov 30—wly M AKCELI.US DOUGLASS.
A TTORNE Y A T LA VV,
OFFICE OVER POUTER’S BRICK STORE.
WILL attend the courts of the Ninth Circuit, and Montgomery,
Pike, and Barbour in the Eighth Yircuit.
R. J. MOSES, JOHN PEABODY,
MOSES & PEABODY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice in Muscogee county, Ga., and Russell
county. Ala., and in the Supreme Court of the State of
Georgia. Columbua, June 29-wtwtf
WILLIAMS & OLIVER,
.1 TTOli NE YS A T LAVV ,
C.DKNA V IBTA, M\HION cOL'NTY, GEORGIA.
NATJLLpractice in the counties of Marion, Macon, Houston
VV Stewart, Raudolph uml auj ad j-... nig county whete they
services may be required.
WM. E. WILLIAMS. THADDEUb’ OLIVER.
Sam. S. Hamilton, Columbus Cunningham.
HAMILTON vN CUNNINGHAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
TROY, Pike County, Ala.
April 23. 1853—wfctwly.
ILL GREEN WOOD, JOSIAH MORRIS, J. 1. RIDGWAY.
GREENWOOD, MORRIS & RIDGWAY,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Vo. 47 Caroiuielet Street, New Orleans.
< let 29 —wlctw ly
J- S. WOODBRIDGE,
j PIiACTIOAL ARTIST & DAGUERR EOTYPIST*
< OLUMBITS, GEORGIA.
j Rooms over Foster & Purple’s Jewelry Stoi
Broad Street. Columbus, Jan. s—lw&
T. J. COLQUITT,
ATTO RVEY AT LAW
Buena Vista, da.,
■TXT! u, practice in the courts of mrion and ritewarttheChat
I VV tahobchee Circuit— an ■ Macon, Leo and Sumpter, of th
! Southwestern Circuit.
Rkfekkncw —Hon. VV. T. Columbus, Ga.
WILLIAMS, OLIVER AND BROWN,
Attorneys at Law,
BUENA VisTA. MARION CO. GA.
Will practice in the counties of Marion, Macon, Houston
I Stewart, Randolph, .Muscogee, Lee, Taylor, and any adjoining
; counties where their services may bo required.
i \V M• V. WILLIAM.-, THABDECfI OLIVEU, JACK. BROWN.
j January —swiy
F. T. CULLENS,
ATT OR N 1:1 Y. A T LA >V ,
BLAKELY, EARLY COUNTY, GA.
! Get 1552. _ i J-wly
D. B. 9 HOMFSON & CO.,
(AT THE SIGN OF THE HEART,)
lietotv Hill, Dawson A Cos.
r TMN, Copper, Sheet Iron, Steam Boat work, all manner
i 1. of Gutters, Piping, Conductors and Roofing done to
order, substantially and warranted.
Nov. 2 43—tl
U. S. HARRISON & CO.
AUCTION AND COMMSSION
Broad street, Columbus, Ga.
\\r LLattend promptly to all business consigned to them
V> Feb 13—
A NEW LIVERY STABLE IN GIRARD. ALA.,
By J. B. HICKS.
THE undesigned has taking the Livery Stable in Girard, Ala..
heretofore occupied by V.c. Kirkland, lor the purpose of
i carrving u a general
LIVERY STABLE BUSINESS,
Under the supeiintendence oi ft&Kh
I). A. GARRETT, aL2L
the- proprietor of the City Hotel, Columbus, Georgia.
This stable will be inferior to none in this country in point of
attention to stock and good management.
Persons wishing to hire HORSES and BUGGIES can
j find as good in this s.abie as can be found any w here. Cull and
’ give me a trial.
N. B. The citizens of Columbus will please bear in mind that
whenever they have to litre a horse or a horse and buggy for ‘he
trail-action oi’ business in Alabama, that they can make a saving
• of from 25 to 75 cents on the !rip by hiring on the other side of
j the river. Girard, Ala- July 2—twdm .
! / i eortria, Randolph ccunty**!’ iiereas. Allen James
: * T and s-arali Buis anplv to me for letters of administration on
! the estate ol Spyr us Butts, late of said couuly, deceased,
j Thes‘; are, therefore, t > cite and admonish all and singular tne
: kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my
! office, within the tin- prescribed by law.and show cause is any
! thev have, why said tellers should not be granted.
Given under my Land at office, the 3rd day oi July 13j3.
i } U |v„ O. P- BLALL, Ordinary.
n-AVO mothkafter dale, 1 will apply tothe ordinary of
I R iodoloii Goan tv for leave to sell the lands of Archibald
! * JOHN PETERSON, Adm'r.
July S —w2m
i rp\\ O montlxfc—aft. r date, I will apply to ihe ordinarv
I L of Randolph County for lea've to sell the lands and negroea of
i FrancisC.Powell,deceased. oLNLY J.PL'WELIj, Auras.
I July h—w 2m