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M EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
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ry Advertisements conspicuously inserted at One Dollar
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’ Liberal deduction will be made for yearly advertisements.
Rales of Land and Negroes, by Administrators, Executors, or
Jpuardians, are required by law to be held on the first Tuesday
‘n the month, between the hours of ten in the forenoon and
% ee in the afternoon, at the Court House in the county in which
like property is sitaate. Notices of these sales must be given in
k a public gazette forty days previous to the day of sale,
r JYotices for the sale of Personal Property must be given at
Jeast ten days previous to the day of sale.
t _ Notice to Debtors and Creditors ofan Estate must be publish
application will he made to the Court of Ordinary
to sell Land or Negroes, must be published weekly for
“/ “4 “f Administration in::-! j.:il,!i
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continued according to these, the
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PMHFs, &c., &c., printed in the shor
test notice and in the best style.
I Magazine aud Panuphlets put up in every style of
■ Books of all kinds reboffnd strongly aud neatly.
Lomax & ellis.
Columbus, April 15,1854.
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
ny Office over Es. Ware’s Drug Store.-£3
.1 :!y 22, 1854—tw&w 3y
ROBER’i’ E. DIXON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
, COLVMBUS, GEORGIA
rw Offieo—St. Marys’Bank Building.
April s—Vtwly ?
Sums WM. F. PLANE
HAMILTON & PLANE,
Attorneys’ at Law,
Kill praqtice’in the Courts of the adjoining counties
Bis State and” Alabama. decs—w&twtf.
m JAMEd S3. CLANTON,
¥ IffT TOR Y AT LAW,
Otf MONTGOMERY, ALA.
aotice in tlSlvarioas courts of Montgomery, Macon
?! am Jiissell countius, and in the United States District
Couit at . -rntiromery.
£7e>C 1 i iie over Hell’s Store, near the Court House.
Monte’ j>rp, Aia., Feb 3—w&twly
\MES H. CUNNINGHAM,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
ARCH’T.CTUR \L Designs and Working Plans for Buildings
turn-Inti. Artificers’ work calculated; Surveys of land
madeij ajtlrep'igrapbiea:! plans furni-hed with accuracy, neat
By*Otiice -Qer Col. Holt’s Law office.
Columbus, July 26—twfcw6m
J, FOGLE, D.D. S.
on Randolph|near Broad street.
ms, Dec3l— w&twly
AGGJNG AND BALE ROPE.
I I-Vr^oby 1880i *GREENWOOD A.GRIMES.
fCnliimhus.eept 13, 18^4—tw&wtt •’
T~K, AYER. F* G - WILKINS.
A.YKR & WILKINS,
| Receiving aid Forwarding Merchants,
No. 114 B oml Street, Columbus, Ga.
I Ooluinbus ’Ga., Bep26—w&twtt —_
w &TAndrews & co.,
STAPLII DRY GOODS,
groceries, vJnes, liquors, &C,, &G.
, T-> _ T)rtORS BELOVjfiILL ‘So DAWSON’S OLD CORNER)
(f BROAU STKtET, ICOLIUIBUS, GA.
,nnHE undersigned havkiAis day formed a Copartnership un
-1 der the nauto and styUW
Wmmg itransacting a geueri.l
WM Id commission,
I with our Printing Office, a full
Itinent of Book tools and
loar Printing materials, we are now
food style and with despatch, every
[ranch of the business, on the best
I of every description, with or with
der, in the neatest manner.
PRINTING, Receipts, Drafts,
, &c., &c., executed neatly and
my desired stylo.
L curacy and dispatch.
■warding, and negro
■he old stand of
B\ R R ISON,
Knt and faithful attention to all
■h. They will give their personal
Merchandize and Produce.
Ammi'.n(i, they are prepared to
Negroes and Merchandize ot
and the public general y is
&B C, S. IIARRISSON,
SIB WILLIAM AUSTIN,
P V. C. MeGEHEE.
5Sb sAvANa ail
i E - c - V/AUt.
g|:tB r |An 1555.
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.”
LOCKETT & SNELLINGS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
vt DLUII. Strict attention given to Receiving and For
q „ H. D. SNELLINGS.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 1, 1854 tw&wly
HUDSON, FLEMING & Co7
HOPKINS, HUDSON &, CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
RENEW an offer of thir services to Planters, Merchants and
Dealers iii thesale of Cotton and all other country produce.
Strict atttention will be given to business, and liberal cash ad
vances and facilities afforded customers when required.
JNO. K. HUDSON, ) 0 ,
W. It. FLEMING, \ Sava ’ nah -
L. HOPKINS, Augusta.
John j. cohen, Charleston.
Tiros. W. Marshall. Jno. A. Montgomery, Jos. P. Rutland.
TIIOS. W. MARSHALL & CO.
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
93 Commerce and 02 Front Streets,
All goods consigned to their care for the interior, will be re
ceived and forwarded with all possible despatch, and Jree oi
any charge for commission and stoiage.
Drawing and Oil Painting.
AT the solicitation of numerous friends, the undersigned has
concluded to form a Class and give a course of Lessons in
the arts of
PERSPECTIVE DRAWING AND OH PAINTING.
For this purpose he has opened his rooms over J. 11. ./Verry’s
Clothing Store, Broad Street, and to those ladies and gentlemen
who wish to avail themselves of this opportunity to acquire a
thorough knowledge of these delightful arts, he would suggest
an early call, as the clas3 wiil be necssarily limited.
dec!7—w &twtf. JOHN ANTROBUS.
SILVER PLATED WARE!
WE have just received a large and beautiful lot of Silver
Plated Ware at our Auction Room, from the manufac
turers. consisting of
Tea Sets, Castors with six and seven massive cut Cruits ;
Cake and Sutrar Baskets, Eu. bossed Claret Pitchers;
Chased and Plain Pitchers, Goblels, Tumblers, Cups,
Mustard cups, Salt Cellars, (lake and ButUr Knives,
Plain and thread Tea and Table Spoons, Forks of every style,
Toy Castors, &c., &c.
All of which we offer, at very low prices. The ladies and
others in want of the above articles are invited to ca!l and ex
amine this lot,
HARRISON, AUSTIN & McGEHEE.
Columbus, November 18—twtf
Enquirer and Corner Stone copy ts
WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSION
WILL give their particular attention to the storage, and
sale of cotton, and other produce, which may be con
signed to them. They are prepared to make liberal ad
vances on cotton in store.
Prompt attention will be given to the RECEIVING and
E. S. GREENWOOD. STERLING F. GRIMES!
Columbus, Sept. 5, 1854—w&twly
J. C. RUSE, J. 11. DAVIS, \V. 11. LONG.
” RUSE; DAVIS'*& LONG,*"**
WILL purchase and sell cotton and other produce on com-’
mission, and strictly attend to forwardinggood3 and filling or
ders lro>n the countiy.
Ruse, Patten & Cos., agents Columbus, by whom liberal ad
vances will be made on consignments either to or through us to
our friends in Liverpool or the North.
July 9, 1853—w&twtf
WELLS & YERSTILLE,
Savannah, Ga., ‘
Prompt attention paid to forwarding Merchandize to
PORTRAIT PAIN T ER .
Studio over J. H. Meny’s Clothing: Store.
Columbus,Ga., Nov. 15—twtf
DENTON & PHILIPS,
attorneys at law.
WILT, practice in the different Courts of Russell county,
R. WATSON DENTON, JOHN M. PTIILirS,
Columbia, Ga. Crawford, Ala.
Sept 16,1854— twly&w3m
J. A. FOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,j
WILL practice in this and the adjoining counties. Oflice
in St. Marys’ Bank Building, Columbus, Ga.
T LOMAX, ESQ., MANLEY & 110PGES,
PR v a STANFORD. R PATTEN.
Columbus, Oct 7—tw 1 y
FIVE HUNDRED COILS FANCY
KENTUCKY BALE ROPE.
Just received and for sale at the
Columbus, Ga., May 4—twtt
WILL attend promptly to the purchase ol yOI'NIRY
PRODUCE, or any other business entrusted to his care.
T ■BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS!!!
gnj=j THE undersigned have removed their
xJI HOOT MAKDG ESTABLISHMENT,
xo No. 10G, Fast jSide Broad St.,
Three doors below J. & J: Kyle.
1 BIEULgR 4 c °.
1 Columbus, Sept 15-twf>m
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1855.
AN OFFICE FOR RENT.
I, OVER tlie Storeof Win. A. Redd, & Cos, is au office
or gentleman’s Beeping room to rent auother year.—
lins Price SSO a year. Apply to
JOtH. decl2—twtf. M.J. CRAWFORD.
/idk A Pleasant Residence for Rent. Possess
-Siiiiijjsion given immediately. Apply to
cee—3otwtf. D. F. WILCOX, Ag’t.
CONTEMPLATING a change in our business, all petsonsin
debtedto us are hereby notified teat an early settlement k
positively required. dec3o-twtf. J. &J. KYLE.
a A most desirable House and Lot, on Front street,
just below the Columbus Cotton Gin Factory, formerly
owned and occupied by I)r. E. T. Ta>lr>r. The lot
contains one-halt acre, and good outhouses and stable,
ail in perfect order, and a well of excellent water. For terms,
apply to Dr. Henry Lockhart, or JOHN F. 11l l)SON,
July 25—ts. at Threewits, Holt & Co’s.
FOR SxiLE OR RENT.
ZyL THE house in which Dr. S. A. Billing now lives,
.iiiiLis for sale or rent. For terms, apply to
SEABORN JONES, or
Columbus, Sept 20-twtf
House and Lot for Sale,
IN the upper part of the city, with five rooms and all ne
cessary outbuildings with the best well of water in the
cty, so said by judges. Enquire of
SAMMIS & ROONEY.
Columbus, Sept 30—tw&wtf
World’s Fair Premium
AS Agent for “Whkklkr & Wilson,” 1 have been selling
their Sewing MacSiines in Columbus, for more than
a year. I have thus lar trusted to the Machines themselves as
their best rocommondation to the Public: but as other Machines
are now being offered by other parties, l will simply stare that
I am the Sole Agent, for these Machines, and that 1 Shall Al
ways keep tiikm on hand for Sale. For full information as
to their merit, 1 take the liberty to refer to Hon. Hines Ilolt,
lion. W. T. Colquit, Dr. R. A. Ware, Dr. John A. Urquhart,
John D. Carter, Joe! E. Hurt, Wm. 11. Mitchell. I. K. Jones,
Troup Hurt, Charles Mygalt, Joseph Kyle, Wm. 11. Young, Is
rael F. Brown, Joseph W. Thomas. Wm. Brooks,! Charles J.
Williams, and scores of other persons who have been using
them for many months. These Machines CAN SEW a yard
a minute on the finest or coarsest fabrics.
N. B— They took the Premium over all others at
the Crystal Palace. Machines Warranted. Instructions,
Gratis. For Sale only by R.C. SHORTER.
145 BROAD STREET,
THE subscriber keeps constantly on hand,
F~\ FRESH OYSTERS! / \
ALL SORTS OF GAME !
HAM AND EGGS!
COFFEE & WILD FOWL, **^£4s
At all hours, night and day.
Nov 24—twtf Enquirer copy twtf
Drs. BROOKS & CARRIGER.
n IIAVJNG associated themselves together in the various
branches of their profession, they will be enabled there-
Yj|? by to give more general satisfaction to all who may favor
them with their confidence.
Dr. Carriger is fully prepared and willgive special attention to
all cases of SURG ER Y entrusted to his care.
Office in Winter’s Bank. Building.
IHOolumbus. Jan. 14—twtf
” RECEIVED THIS - DAY !
m<rzb. | -i ONE more of those fine Toned and highly fin
ished PIANOS, with Pearl Keys. This is the
nffjlj” rs ft most richly finished Piano that evei was brought
M U sc U ** to Columbus, for sale.
We wish our friends and the public to favo- us with a .call,
and examine, it together with otir large stock of Pianos and oth
er Musical Merchandise.
SfgC Netv Music received every’ week.
TRUAX & VANDEN BEBG.
Columbus, Sept. 20—twtf
J USX RECEIVED AND FOR SALE!
By W. G. ANDREWS & CO.,
NO, 129 BROAD STREET,
FRESH GOSHEN RUTTER;
30 Boxes ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE
20 Boxes NEW RAISINS.
ALSO, a lot of FINE CEGARS.
Nov. I, 1854. twtf
JUST received and for sale, alarge and fine assortment
of COOKIiNG STOVES; Among which may be
The Young America, New mid perfect.
Iron Wizzard, Extra heavy Castings.
Eagle & Empire Premium, neat plain and simple.
Huron Air-Tght. Iron Witch, Eastern Air-
Tight, &c. &c-
These Stoves are peculiarly adapted for burning wood.
Call and see them.
R. M. ALDWORTH & CO.
Aug. 15,1854. tw6m
LOST OR MISLAID.
A DRAFT drawn by myself and payable to my own order
dated some time in June 1854, and due sixty days after date
tor §167 40, accepted by Mrs E. E. Reed, of Russell county,
Ala., and endorsed by myself. Also a note made by John Daw
son, of Ala , as administrator on the estate of Madison T. Key
and endorsed by him individually to me, payable Ist day of
Jan. next, for between four hundred and eighty and ninety dol
I therefore warn all persons T from trading or using said pa
pers. Any one finding the same will be suitably rewarded by
returning them to JOHN H. MADDEN.
Columbus, July 29-twtf
4 LL persi ns having claims against Rock Island Factory are
requested to hand them to the Agent without delay, and
notice is hereby given, that from this date no accounts against
the Company willbe allowed which have been contracted with
out a written order.roru the Agent. D. F. WILCOX, Agt.
Jan. - I. 1854. twt
THE FINEST LOT OF
Ever offered in this market, for sale by
A. M. ALLEN,
117 Broad street.
Columbus, sept 27—tw&wtf
DR. W. F- LEE,
WOULD give notice to his friends and pat
rtr rons that his ROOMS are again rsady for busi
ness at the corner of liroad and Randolph streets, over Chas.
dygatt’s store; where he will be pleased to see those wishing
his professional services. - • . ‘•
v 13T Fntrance on Broad street.
Cd!umbue, (la., July 15, 1854—twtf
“ * TO RENT.
I A ROM the 1 t October next, the Sp>re a.t present occupied bv
< I). P Kills & Cos. Apply tc P. P. ELLIS & Cos. ‘
July 23 twtf
Fire, Marine and Life Insurance.
r pilE following Companies continue lo take risks on favota
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Cos,
State Mutual, Eire and Marine Insurance Cos.
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Cos.
Kentucky Mutual Life Insurance Cos.
O’” Slaves insured for two-thirds their value.
JOHN MUNN, Agent.
umbus. Noy 15 —tw3m
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY.
Office, No. 10 Wall Street.
IT E W YOR K.
CASH CAPITAL $500,090.
SIMEON L. LOOMIS, President.
Cjias. J. Martin, Secretary.
GREENWOOD & GRIMES, Agents.
Aug. 30,1854 twGm
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE
BANK OF SAVANNAH.
AGENCY AT COLUMBUS,
WILL receive Deposits—and Checks for sale on New York
April24—twtf RICHARD PATT N.
Os Savannah Mutual Insurance Company
Office at the Ware-House of Ruse, Fatten S; Cos.
]\/f ARINE, River and Fire risks taken on reasonable terms.
Itl Columbus, Feb B— twly W. C. HODGES, Agent.
NEW CARPET STORE AGENCY.
THE subscriber is Agent of W. 11. Guion, New Carpet Store
Savannah, Ga., who has alwayson hand
Carpeting, Gil Cloths, Hearth Rugs,
Druggets, Table and Piano Covers, Window
Snades, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
Curtain Stuffs, Stair F„cds, &c.
Samples and prices of all qualities of Carpeting and Oil Cloth
may be seen at my store, 82 Broad street, Columbus, Ga., and
any of the above articles ordered without delay.
Carpets cut to rooms free of charge, and made, ifdesired, for
a small compensation, by an experienced band in Savannah.
I will be regularly supplied with new patterns for the coming
P. A. CLAYTON,
82 Broad Street.
Columbus, May 3—twtf
TENNESSEE COMMISSION HOUSE.
11AS on hand and for sale low for cash:
2000 lbs. choice Tennessee Bacon, clear and ribbed sides,
shoulders and hams ;
100 ) lbs. choice fresh Lard ;
1000 lbs.superior Feathers ; .....
50 bis. elegant Flour ;
50 boxes Tobacco, an assortment very low;
. Tennessee and Northern Apples by dozens, bush
els or barrels ;
a very superior stock o f fresh and well as
sorted garden seeds ;
ear and sack corn, fodder by dozens or hundred
- p muds;
Sugar by hhds., barrels or retail ;
3 : J sacks Rio Coffee, Ker&eys Osnaburgs,
Sheetings Shirtings and Stripes ;
200 Troy Factory or Cottage Chairs, cheap ;
2 good second hand buggies and harness, &c.
JAMFS LIGON is agent for Judge IJ. Lewis’ lumber yrrl
near his store, where is ke pt constantly on hand a very larve
aud well assorted stock of seasoned sawed lumber lor sale at
Columbus Nov 14—tw4t&wtf
NEGROES FOR SALE.
TIIE uudersigned have twenty five likely young negroes for
sale, consisting of house servants, cooks, washers andiron
ers, seamstresses, and field hands, that they offer for cash or
approved credit. HARRISON, AUSTIN & McGEHEE.
Oct 11—twtf Nos 59 and G 1 Broad st., Columbus, Ga.
Flour 9 50 including sacks.
Superfine do. 9 “ •*
Number 2 do. 7 50 “ “
Fancy made from Genesee Wheat, sl2 per bbl., fully
equal to Hiram & John Smith’s.
Shorts $1 per hundred pounds.
Brail 80 cents per do. do.
Corn Meal $1 per bushel.
A discount of five per cent allowed to purchasers where
twenty barrels or more are taken at one time.
WINTER’S PALACE MILLS.
October 25, 1854. twtf
Who Wants a fine Piano ?
WE would most respectfully call the attention
of our friends and the public to our large stock
GB U Inf of PIANO jPUHT! S, among which can be found
“ u X U U Pianos of all prices and styles, from OX octaves I
to 7X octaves of the finest tone and finish.
Also Melodeons of various styles and prices and string and
wind instruments of all k ; nds, Musical Boxes, Strings, and the
largest assortment of Sheet Jl/usic of all descriptions, that can
uv. mud any where in the Southern market.
Second hand Piano taken in exchange, when new ones are
bought, and the highest prices allowed for old ones.
% IT Second Hand Pianos for sale or rent,
f Jr“ Piano, Ui gnu, and Meiodeon tuning and repairing done j
by our Tuner whose work we warrant and in the best manner j
All orders left at our Store w ill meet with prompt attention.
TRUAX & VANDENBERG.
No. 92, East side Broad st.
Columbus, July 1, 1354.—twtf
THE subscriber respectfully announces to his patrons and
the public, that he will re-open his store on the
20th OF (SEPTEMBER,
with his fresh importations and manufactures for the pres
ent season, embracing the finest assortment of
and all articles appertaining to gentlemen’s wearing ap
parel ever offered to the public. They have been personal
ly selected from the most distinguished Emporiums in the
country, and are warranted to be of a very superior quality.
Call and see them.
Columbus, Sept 13—twtf Enquirer copy
THE HOWARD FACTORY
Manufacture and keep constantly on [hand
Heavy 7-3 Osnaburgs, Yarns from No. sto 12,
Light 7-8 “ Sewing Thread, Twine,Rope
4-4 Sheetings, and Mattrasses.
At the Lowest Market Prices.
Columbus. Sept. 8, 1854. tw&vvlv
ARTHUR HOOD. GEO. S. ROBINSON.
HOOD & ROBINSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Cuthbert, Randolph co., Ga.
TTITILL practice in Randolph, Clay, Calhoun, Early,
Tv Baker and Lee, and other Counties in the Circuit
when desired. ‘ “ ‘v ‘ dec?—ly.
MOBILE AND GIRARD RAIL ROAD.
ON and after Monday, 4ih December, the Passenger in con
nection with the Freight cars, will leave theDojotat Gi
rard daily for Silver Kim,” (Sundays excepted) at 3.(0
P. M. Returning,leave Silver Rnn at 5 t>o. A. M. 1
• Stage Connections.
The cars will connect with a line of Stages for Glennvllle,
Eufaiila, Fort Gaines,and Marianna dailv. and Uchee, Ohv.neu
nnggee anu Union Springs on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur
days, P. M. GEORGE S. RUNF.Y,
<lec7-w&hvtf. Chief Engineer.
MUSCOGEE RAIL ROAD!
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after Monday, November
PtSSENGFR Trains leave Cclunibus daily at 10 20 A. M.,
arrive at Macon 4 50 I’. M
Leave Macon at A. M, arrive at Columbus 1 07 P. M., con
necting with .Montgomery. Ala., and the Eutaula SlageLine;
and at Macon with Centralilail Iload Trains to Savannah, Au
gusta, and Milledgeville, and with the Macon and Western
Trains to Atlan'a, Chattanooga ai:d Nashville.
B. E. WELLS,
Colmnhus. Nov. 3—tw&wtf Engineer andSflp’t
For New York or Philadelphia!
PHILADELPHIA AND SAVANNAH
Carrying the TJnited
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
The Atlanta and La Grange Rail ltoad connects at East Point
with the Macon and Western Rail Road.
Through from Montgomery to Savannah in 30 Hours.
’ Leave Montgomery at i‘3o P. M.
Arrive at East Point at 8 20 A. M.
Leave East Point at 8 45 A. M.
Arrive at Macon at 2-30 P. M.
Leave Macon at 4-30 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah at 2 30 A.M.
Faro from Montgomery to B est Point $3 50
t “■ u West Point to East Point 3 25
“ “ East Point to Savannah 8 00
STATE OF GEORGIA,
Capt. J. J. Garvin, Jr.
Catt. R. llardie.
In strength, speed, and accommodations, these ships are un
surpassed, it equalled, by any on the coast. River navigation
100 miles. Two nights at sea. Sailing days, every Wednesday,
from each port.
In Savannah, C. A. L. Lamar, Corner Drayton and Bryan
In Philadelphia, Heron & Martin, 374 North Wharves.
In New York, Scranton &, Tallman, l‘J Old Slip, nea
foot of Wall Street.
This line consists of the well known first class steamships
STATE OF GEORGIA.
Will leave Savannah,
July I2th and 2<>th October 4th ar and 18th.
August oth and 23d. Novcinbr Ist, 15th &29fh.
S. ntember oth and 20th. December 13th and 27th.
K E YST< \ E STATE.
Will leave Savannah.
July 19ili. November Bth and 22d.
August 2d, Tfith and 30th. December Otti and 20th.
September 13th and 27th. January 3d, 1855.
October 11th and 25th
July2sth—tw&wtf H. C.PCOTT, Travelling Agent.
UNITED STATES MAIL LIME,
Between New Orleans and Key West, Fla.,
_ STOPPING at Pensacola, Apalachicola, St.
Marks, Cedar Keys and Tampa Btjr, leavimr New
TTT? 1 Orleans and Key (Vest the 7tli*aiid SSSJd of
BGeffiiSsSEisfe each month. The Steamship PAMPERO
between Ne.v Orleans and St. Marks,and Steamship J ASiPKIt
between fct. Marks and Key West, loiming a regular Through
4®* F freight or passage apply to
W. C. TEMPLETON,
decs—tw&w3m. ‘ No. 75 Camp street, New >iloans.
NEW ORLEANS & SAN FRANCISCO
Sand DANIEL WEIISTER, will run
| : ft V* regularly beiween New Orleans and San Fran-
S& cisco, Cal ,on the 1 Atli end t*th oi each
monih. c anecting on the Paeiflti with the tplenUtd Meelhships
USCLE SAM, SIERA NEYAIM, PACIFIC
and BROTHER JONATHAN.
tfsT” For freight or passage, ply lo
W. O. TFMPLETON,
decs—w&tw3m. No. 75Camp street, New Orlean
OFFICE ON It AN DOLPH Street.
WE respectfully beg leave to inform the citizens of Columbus
and its vicinity, tiiat we have concluded our arrangements
with the Central, South-Western and JUuscogee Railroads, and
are now running messengers daily from Columbus to Macon
thence to Savannah.
\ lso, forwarding goods daily over the Muscogee and South-
Western Railroad to Fort Valley, Oglethorpe and Macon, thence
to Milledgeville Savannah ami all intermediate places.
Also, to Montgomery, Ala. We wouldalso 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
and Eastern States ; also,to California and Europe.
OFFICES AND AGENTS.
S. 11. Hill, Randolph street, Columbus; S. O. Potts,
Macon; Mr. Kendrick, Fort Valley; G.R.Clayton, Oglethorpe;
153 Bav street, Savannah; 74 Broadway, Yew York; 43 and
45 South-Third.Philadelphia; 8 Court street, Boston;Exchange
street. Providence; Montgomery street, San Francisco.
Of* Articles to be forwarded, called for at any part of the
city tree of expense, by leaving orders on the slate atthe office.
LIVINGSTON, WINCHESTER & CO.
Columbus, April 13,1854. —tw&w
THE firm of Williford, Brokaw & Cos. is this day dissolved
by mutual consent. I. A. Brokaw and Daniel Rowe having
bougntJ. D. Williford’s entire interest, will continue the Cloth
ing business at the old stand in the name of I. A. Brokaw & Cos.
Columbus, July 7—twtf
69 BROAD STREET.
AVING returned to the city, with improved
health, is ref dy to attend to his unfinished cases, and ali others
that may offer. Sept. 29, 1854.w&twtf.
PERSONS indebted to A. C. Flewellen & Cos. will please
makeimmediatepayment. Their accounts may be found
utthe Book Store of J. L. HOWELL.
Columbus, Dec 30—tw&wtf
Amoved to No. 13 John St., N. Y.,
(FORMERLY NO. 2 NASSAU STREET, N. Y.)
SUCCESSORS TO TIIEIR FATHER,
mmm mti 9
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY,
OF ALL KINDS, AND OF THE LATEST
Diamonds in Rings, Fins, Silver Ware, &c.
All of which will bo warranted. I
P. S.—The best workmen ojvly employed in Repairs.
New York, may 6—rtw&wly.