®lu limes & Sentinel.
THE TIMES & SENTINEL.
nSMNBSF LOMAX & BOSWELL ELLIS,
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
tfHK rill-WREKLY TIMES & SENTINEL
1 published EVURY 4 r ED VF.SDA Y and Fit IDA Y M U h.Y
----l \'>f raid SATURDAY EEF.JVIJYG.
vII a vI'EEtCuY riittES A SENTIJYEL
published every TUESDAY M OR.VDYG.
Office on Randolph Street, opposite the Post Office.
’ EMS :
‘Rl* WEEKLY, Five Dollars per annum, in advance.
.VEBKLY, fwo Dollars per annum,in advance.
■T .dvefiiae uents conspicuously inserted at One Dollar
vr square, for -he Drat msei tarn, and fifty cents tor every sub
,e-al deduction will oe made for yearly advertisements.
■ales of Land and Negroes. by Administrators, Executors,or
• iii'lians,are required by law to be bold on the first lueaday
utile aonth, between the hours of ten in too icrenoou and
taiiiein the afternoon, at tho Court House in the county in wbicn
tue property is situate. Notices of these sales must oe civeniu
a public gazette forty da.ys previous to the day o’ ale.
Votlcea for the sale of Persona! Proporty must be given at
least ten. day* previous to the day of sale.
dice to tebtorsaud Creditors o fan Estate must be publish
ed forty darts. „ . _
Voti-av hat application will be madeto tho Court o .Ordinary
for leave to sell Land or Negroes, must bo published eeklyfor
months. . . .. ,
Citations for Letters of Administration must be published
tkr-tyiays— for Dismission from Administration, monthly six
months —for Dismission from Guardianship forty days.
Rules for -’oreclosure ,f Mortgage must be published monthly
for four months -for outa’dl shins lo*t papers, for the full space
of three months— for compelling titles from Executors or Admin
istrators, whore a bond has been given by the deceased, the full
if/ter. of three months.
oaolicfttloni will always be continued according to these, the
te si requirements, unless otherwise ordered.
HAVING connected with our Printing Office, a full
and complete assortment of Book Binder’s tools and
stocA. and also added to our Pri ting materials, we are now
prepared to execute,in good style and with despatch,every
kind mi work in either branch of the business, on the best
IJLANK WORK, of every description, with or with
out printing, made to order, in tho neatest manner.
WARE HOUSE PRINTING, Receipts, Drafts,
Notes, Bills of Lading, &c., &c., oxecuted neatly and
promptly, and bound in any desired style.
U VILItO W> AND STEAMBOAT BLANKS,
of all kinds got up.with accuracy and dispatch.
Bill Hoads, Cards, Circulars, Hand Bills,
Posters, Programmes, &c.; &c., printed in the shor
test nonce and in the best style.
Magazine and Pamphlets pu up In every stylo o
Bookeo all kinds rebound strongly and neatly.
LOMAX A, ELLIS.
Columbus, April 15,1854.
UK. T. STEWART,
—Ji HAVING returned to Columbus would recpectfuilyan
,,o,*nce that he ban resumed hi3 practice of Medicine
Columbus,Gr m Dec. 7. 1854. w&twtf
ROBERT IJ HOWARD,
ATTO R NF.Y AT LAW.
s'gf*“ i >fflce In the St. Mary’s Rank Building, up Stairs.
July 32, ‘ I&s4—iw&wly.
ROBERT E. DIXON,
ATTORNEY AT LA’V,
Office over E. Barnard’s & Co.'s Store
April s—wtw ly
JAMES HAMILTON. IVM. F. PLAN*
HAMILTON & .PLANE,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice in the Courts of the adjoining counties
n this State and Alabama. decs—w&twtf.
DENTON & PHILIPS,
A T TOKSEYS AT LAW.
W IBL Practice in the different courts of Russell county,
R. WATSON DENTON, JOHN M PHILIPS,
Columbus, Ga. Crawford, Ala
Sept 15, 1854. w&twly.
JAMES B. CUNNINGHAM,
CIVIL LSGINEEK AND SURVEYOR.
\ KCHITKCTUR \L Deeius and Working Plana for Build
/JL ings furnished. Artificer’s work calculi ed; Purveys of
Unit made, and T*p >grapica! plans furnished with accuracy,
U'Mtn. aa and despatch * :
FT” Office over Col. Holt's Law Office.
Cniamhns, Feb. 24. w&twtf. |
PEYTON H. COLaUITT
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
„ . COt USIBUS, GA.
£jgr f'ffice iu bt. Marv's Bauk Building.
J. M. RUSSELL,
ATTORNEY AT LA W ,
Offico at present, with O P. Thomas, F*q.. over -I It otdd & Cos
Kroarl Stveet-ColumbuK. Georxt n.
, Cr>lu;>) N P r *> fcwfetwtf
A. F. OWEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
W ‘I J J’ TIUT for persons entitled tobonn* ‘
’fs and pensions, and will attend to tfao j
prosecution of all claims o! that nature. apHG wtf j
ATTORNEY AT LAV,
BLAKELY, EARLY COUNTY, GA
. R P~ _ * wtf. ‘
R. A. TURNIPSEED,
attorney at law,
CUSSETA, CHATTAHOOCHEE COUNTY, GA.
Y\7"lvL promptly attend to all business committed to
VV Apr) 81,1855—w1y
SEALS & COX,
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors in Chancery.
Wi i.L attend the Courts of Barbour, Henry and Pike in
the Eighth Judicial Urcuit, aud those oi Macon and Rus
eeit in the Viatfo. Special attention given to busineci in the
Chancery and Probate Courts oi Barbour an I Macon oountw s.
I). M, SB A LB, llayton, Ala. COX, Tushegee, Alai
Xiih FIbEST LOT OF ~
117 Broad sxifefct,
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.”
COLUMBUS. GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 1855
W Jo promptly , to th ® purchase of COUNTRY
I ROOUOE.orany other busiuess entrusted to hiscare.
100,000 POUNDS RAGS WANTED.
lITE will pay cents per pound for one hundred thousand
P°“; ,d8 t!an LINEN AND CCTTON RAGrf, inquanti-
I tlea of 100 pounds and over. H
I „ , . „ „ JEFFERSON & HAMILTON.
Columbus, Ga. Fob. 15, 1355.
TBE undersigned are prepared to furnish Oak. Hickory,
Poplar, Aim, Beach and Pine Lumber from their Mill at
market prices, delivered on Railroad or in Columbus. Per
sons wishing lumber, will leave their bills at the Auction
Room of Harrison, Austin 6c. McGehee, where they will be
promptly attend to.
doc 23—twtf. WHITTELSEY &, BRO.
DR. T. S. TUGGLE,
OFFICE ;oEB MILFORD'S OS BROAD STREET,
Columbus, January 10th, 1855. twly.
Drs. BROOKS & CARRIGEr7
HAVlNGasaoclated themselves together in tuo various
tSXS branches of their profession, they wiil be enabled ther©-
IX by to give more general satisfaction to allwho may favor
them with the*r conOdeucc.
Dr. Carrier is fully prepared and willgive special attentionto
all cases of SUFFER V entrusted to hiscare.
OP* Office in Winter’s Bank Building.
Columbus, Jan. 14—twtf
J. A. FOX, “
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL practice in this and the adjoining counties. Office
in St. Marys’ Bank Building, Columbus, Ga.
T LOMAX. ESQ., MANLEY & HODGES,
DR v A STANFORD, R PATTEN.
Columbus, Oct 7—twly
ATTORNEY AT LA W
XJU ILL practice in this and adjoining counties, particu
lar attention paid to the securing and collection of
debts. Office with Col. A. McDougald. decl4—tw4m.
TROT FACTORY WARE ROOMS.
COLUMBUS, G A., JAN. Ist, 1854,
FROM and after this date no goods will be sold at the
above establishment except for CASH !
janll—awtf. WALTON K. HARRIS.
FIVE HUNDRED COILS FANCT
KENTUCKY BALE ROPE.
Justreceivedand for sale atthe Alabama Warehouse by
’ J. I. RIDGWAY.
Columbus, Ga., May 4—twtf
THE H ‘USE AND I,OT at present occupied by
tho eubscrib-r. Possession fciven immediately.
f£a*l H. r. HALL.
April 20 1855—twtf
MI D WIF ER Y.
MRS. JANE M’GlßJT'if offers her professional servi
ces to tiie people o> Columbus and vicinity. Sha has had
thirty years experience in the business and ’flatters herself
that by strictatteutiousho will merit the public patronage.
Sue m 2) be found, when not professionally engaged, at her
residence on Jackson street, just below the Methodist Mission
AXTHEN DIM INSURANCE COMPANY
UNTIED STATES BRANCH OFFICE.
80, South Street, PhiiadelphiH.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $lO 000,000,
AVAILABLE CAPITAL $1,284 300,
WILL take ai y nd sit fair riaks against iosa ©r damage by
Fire at a reasonable rate.
Lossaa adjusted and promptly paid without reference to
Kcferenees in Philadelphia.
Atwood & i 0., Jot.u ‘.rig*, powers & vVeightman,
Myers,Clcghoru <’o John Farmirn, Leo. H. Htewart,
Wm. McKee* n White, Elevens & Cos.
Geo.H. Ptewart, John T. W bite, f. Ratchfoid Starr.
Applications for risks mby be made to
JOHN MIW, Agent.
Columbus Ga.. April 28, 1855. tw3m
SULPHUR AND MEDICATED
AT BROOKS Sc CHAPMAN’S DRUG-STORE.
THFbE BATHB will relieve and permanently cure all disea
ses arising from an impure state of th>‘ blood.
Tbeir efficacy have been fully and eucesafully iesled in Chron
ic Diseases like the lollowing to wit:
Halt kheum. Gout, Rheumatism, Gainful and Diseased Eyes,
Sore Throat, Diseases of the Livor, Dyspepsia, Costiveness,
Ri g Worms, Pimpled Face, Erysipelas, Palsy, Neuralaia,
Ticdoiereaux, Nervous Irritability, Obstinate Glandular Affec
tions, Dropsy, Deafness, Asthma, Catarrh, Cancer, Consump
tion, Phthi lies, (Pulmonary) Leprosy, Gravel, and all Cutano*
ous Diseases. may3—twtf
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE
BANK OF SAVANNAH.
AGENCY AT COLUMBUS,
riTlLl.recei-e Deposits—and Checks for sale on New York
\Y Maconand Savannah. „
April24—twtf RICHARD PATT \.
FAGTTfT MANUFACTURING CO.
THE Factory, now being in full operation, is able to
supply (on their usual terms) promptly as ordered, the
various styles of their Manutacutures, which consists ot
the following variety:
YARNS, OSNABURGS, 4-4 SHEETINGS J SHIRT
ING, Cotton S’ripes, of great variety of Pattern;
COTTON A Dfcis, embracing many new sttyles;
Negro Kerseys *& Pine Knot Plains;
Planters’ Casimeres, Track for Trowsers,
Scat Ins: Thread, Shop Twine, Mattresgji,
To Cash purchasers inducements will be offered
S&8-twtf. J- R-BROWNE, Ag’t.
By the day, week. or month, for remainder of the yea- 3
Likely Negro Men. Apply to PHFTPf*
juieii—-wtf i!.C. PHELPS.
Pa><tsiieHroad St. near the Market House
HAVE constantly on hand all kinds of Grave Vianet
Monuments, Tombs and Tablets, of Amlrioan
Italian aud Irish Marble. Ecgravingandcarvo -gdone
OQstoc*inth6 boctpoteiblemanner; ana alikJnd#OlGifia*
y , ~ „ JGHtf H. MA’ >r EN.
•*.*- ias I,ICW !&s*•
Just Received and for Sale Cheap
A LOT OF. BIRD CAGES,
junc7—tw2m R. M. ALDWORTH Sc. CO.
To tlio Putollo.
DO you know that^
Fvervbody desiring to
Purchase lile-I.ke and
Knduring likenesses ol thoir
Wives, Iluebarida, t -hildien, Brothers,
Sisters and Fr ends, are making a
Grand rush, to by far the beat,
And only place in Columbus, where
Likenesses, which neem to breathe and
J ive, can be got up, at short notice, in
Kndlees variety of style, and possessing that
Richness of finish, which has never
Yel been equalled or approached, at any ;
Other establishment in the State of Geoi^ia.
Forget it not, and whenever you want,a
Gem of a Picture,call at C. I. DEPEW’S
Excelbior Gallery—Woodbridge’sold stand.
Many thousands of Pictures, iu Columbus,
Speak for themselves, and testify to tho abovo.
March 31, 1855. twtf.
Fashionable Daguerrean Gallery.
THE Proprietor has the largest, neatest, and most fpehions
bly arranged GALLERY for the Art in the State.
He uses tho best material, and allows nothing but first class
Pictures to leave hia Rooms.
So forget not, ye lovers of the Fine Arte, when yc sally forth
to obtain those imperishable-gems, to call on RIDDLE.
He will give you a Handsome Plctureand a Good Dagu**rreo*
type. As for taking children, family groups, Bteriscopeß, out
door views, &c., he defies any Artist in the country to surpass
him. Rooms on Broad Street, over C'. Mygatt’s Dry Goods
Btore, Columbus, a. mar3l—tw9m.
?wlsSjj<jA HAVING romoved to my plantation I offer for
i ■ 6a ' e mv IfttQ residence, fust south of my father’s
Suigwcß (Major John H. Howard’s) and east oflhe Musco
gee Rail Road Depot. It. is ore of th > most desir
able homes in or about Columbus. Mr.Goetchius
will show the premses to those.who wish to purchase.
Communications addressed to me at Eufaula, Ala.
jun9—twtf. R H HOWARD.
NEW CARPET STORE AGENCY.
THE subscriber is Agent of W. H. Gmon,New Carpet Store
Savannah, Ga., who has alwayson hand
Carpeting, Oil Cloths, Hearth Engs,
Druggets, Table and Piano Covers, Window
Shades, Lace and Muslin Curtains,
Curtain Stuffs, Stair Bods, &c.
Samples and pricesof all qualities of Carpeting aud Oil Cloth
mav be seen at ray 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
smullcompeneatlon, by an experienced hand in Savannah.
Iwill be regularly supplied with new patterns for the coming
P. A. CLAYTON,
82 Broad Street.
Columbus. May 3—twtf
EMILY COPIES SECURED.
LEONARD SCOTT & CO., New York, continue to
re-publish the following British Periodicals, viz:
1. The Loxdor Quarterly (Conservative.)
2. The Edinburgh Review (Whig.)
3. The North British Review (Free Church.)
4. The Westminister Review (Liberal.)
5. Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine (Tory.)
The present critical state of European affairs will render
these publicationsunasually interesting during the forthcom
ing year. They will occupy a middle ground between the
hastily written news items, crude speculations,and flying
rumors of the daily Journal and the ponderous Tome of tho
future historian, written after the living interest and excite
ment of the great political events of the time shall have
pa sed way. It is to these Periodicals that readers must
look for the only really intelligible and reliable history of
current events, and as such, in addition to their well estab
lished literary.scientific, and theological character, we urge
them upon the consideration of the reading public.
Arrangements are now permanently made for the
receipt of EARLY SHEETS from the Brittish Publish
ers, b- r which we are enabled to place ALL OUR RE
PRINTS in the hands of subscribers, about as soon as they
can be furn'shed with foreign copies. Although this in
volves a verv large outlay on our part, we shall continue to
furnish the Periodicals at the same low rates as heretofore
viz:— Per ann.
For anv one of the four Reviews $3 00
For any two ol the four Reviews 5 00
For any three of the tour Reviews 7 00
Fr all tour of the Reviews 8 00
For Blackwood’s Magazine 3 00
For Biaokwood and three Reviews 9 00
For Blackwood ana the four Reviews 10 00
Payments to be made in all cases in advance. Money
evrrentin the State where issued will be received at
A discount of twenty-five per cent, from the above pri
cea will be allowed to Clubbs ordering four or more cop
ies of any one or more of the above works. Thus: Four
copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, will be sent to one
address for $9; four copies of the four Reviews and Black
wood for S3O; and so on.
In all the principal cities and towns, these works will bo
delivered, through agents, FREE OF POSTAGE. When
sent by mail, tho Postage to any part of the United States
will be but Twenty-Four Cents a year for “Blackwood,”
and Fourteen Cents a year for eacu of the Reviews.
Remittances and communications should always bo ad
dressed, post-paid, to the Publishers,
LEON ARD SCOTT & CO.
ian9—tw Im. 54 Gold Street, New York.
A FIRST RATE TIN PLATE WORKER.
None other need apply.
june7—tw2m. R. M. ALDWQRTIL
HEAR BOTH SIDES.
All the World will Read this Book.
THE LIFE AND BEAUTIES
IN ONE VOLUME, 12m0.. CLOTH.
Who is Rnth Hall? Is Bnth Hall Fann
Fern, or somebody else? and If Fanny
Fern Is not Rnth Hall who Is Fanny
THE LIVE AND BEAUTIES OP FANNY FERN’
la now before the public, and the world will be cnlightc
And this book a strar sre vale unfolds.
The present Work is authentic In all 1 i
Those who have read the advance copy, pronounce it th
wittiest, spiciest book of the season.
It presents vivid, life like pictures of the charming and bril
Author of Fern Leave* and Rnth Hall,
at her own fireside, in the Editor’s Sanctum, in the street, at
Church, and everywhere, and in every position she is the sam
-1 fascinating woman, ,
In th • volume, several of Fanny Fern pearliest effsrte appeal
; forth* first time in book form.
The reader will find that they poeeees the same
j features which eharec'.ertre all her producUonr.
Thev are alternately witty and psvnetie, eawtie&nd soe'blrt.
■ No cither autboi hts succeeded so WfcJ! !n * 3nu
! chords of the heart.
* Jusi fr<*}r6d and ftrr sSlSfc*’
Commission & Forward’g Merchant,
It E F E REN <Ue S :
Hon John W. \nder>;on, Savannah, Ga.
Messrs Holcombe, loiinson &C. “
Hon Henry W . Hilliard, Mot tgomeryt Ala.
Mai. Tohr. H. Howard, Columbus, Ga.
Dr Henrv Lockhart, “ “
E. u Vr-ung Kgq , rufauln. Ala. >unlßwtwtf
GREENW<Vo7> & GHIMEsT
WAREHOUSE ANO COMMISSION
TY/ILL give their particular attention to the storage,and
V f sale of cotton, and othor produce, which may be con
signed to thorn. They are prepared to make liberal ad
vances on cotton in storo.
Prompt attention will be given to the RECEIVING and
E., S. GREENWOOD. STERLING F. GRIMES!
Columbus, Sept. 5,1854 —w&t w 1 y
J. C. RUSE, J. 11. DAVIS, W. 11. LONG.
RUSE; DAVIS* & LONG,
WILL purchase and sell cotton and other produce on com
mission, aud strictly attend to forwardinggoodß aud filling or
ders from the country.
Ruso, Patten & Cos., agents Columbus, by whom liberal ad
vances will be madeon consignraentaeltherto or through ue to
our friends In Liverpool or the North.
July 9, 1853—w&twtf __ _
LOCKETT & SNELLINGS,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL attend to the selling of COTTON and all kinds o
PRODUCE Strict attention given to Receiving and For
H. D. SNELLINGS.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 1, 1954 tw&wly
HUDSON, FLEMING &, CO.,
HOPKINS, HUDSON &. CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
FACTORS AND COMMISSION
RENEW an offer of thir services to Planters, Merchants and
Dealers in the sate of Cotton and all other country produce-
will be given to business, aud liberal cash atP
vances and facilities afforded customers when required.
JNO. K. HUDSON, ) g avannah .
\V. It. FLEMING, \
L. iiopkins, Augusta,
john j. cohen, Charleston.
THE undersigned having this day formed aCopartnershipun
der the name and style of
HARRISON, AUSTIN t M’GEHEE,
for the purpose of transacting a general
AUCTION AND COMMISSION,
RECEIVING AND FORWARDING, AND; NEGRO
business, at the old stand of
C. S. HARRISON,
pledge themselves to a prompt and faithful attention to all
business committed to tneir care. They will give their personal
attention.to the sale of
Real and Personal Property, Merchandize and Produce.
Having ample facilities at their command, they are prepared to
make liberal cash advances on Negroes and Merchandize of
The patronage of their friends and the public generally is
C. S. HARRISSON,
A. C. McGEHEE.
Columbus, Ga.,Sept.l, 1854. Septl6-tw&wtf
ffi7y\TEE unrieuigned having entered in a goncral^pfiT)
my GROCERY BUSINESS, Mathl
atthe old stand oi P. M -Laren & Go., will} keep constantly on
hand a full supt iv ol
All kinds of Groceries,
tor wholesale and retail.
We solicit the patronage of our friends and the public gen
erally. P- McLaren & duck.
LBVI B. CCE.
Columbus, Oct 7th, 1854 Oct 14—tw&wtf
YARNS, LINSEYS, WRAPPING TWINE
SEWING THREAD, for sale.
WOOL Carded at one fourth toll or ten centß
LINSEYS made up on shares, or 15c. per yard.
All Work done Promptly and Warranted.
WILL FURNISH PROMPTLY
STEAM Engines,Circular Paw Mills, Grist Mills, Shafting,
or any description of MJICHIJiI.R F. Also Rich’s un
rivalled Water Wheels, the beet in the world.
Lynch, Page k Cos, Whittlesy k Cos , Woodruff k Goetchiii3,on
the Muscogee Rail Road, and numerous others, testify to
cutting lOOt'feet of Lumber per hour; each using’ one of our
Patent Circular Saw Mills ol one Saw.
G. W. WINTER.
marl*2—w&twtf Agent, Columbus Georgia.
PER c ON3 indebted to A. C. FlewelleD k Cos. wlllplease
makeimrnediate payment. Their accounts may be found
atthe Book Store of J. L. HOWELL.
Columbus, Dec 30—tw&wtf
A INGMIRE, late with S. B. Purple, takes this method
iTx* of informing his friends and the public, that he can
now be found at A. H. DeWitt’s Jewelry Store, on hand to
do any kind oi Jewelry Jobbing, also Engraving done in
the neatest style.
COTTON YARNS FOR SALE
At 80 cents per. Bunch, “Cash.”
July l! r twtf. WINTER FACTORY.
H. S. SARONI,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC.
WLI/MftUS, OEORO4 A
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
MOsSSI'EST POINT & OPELIKA
On and after the lGth July
r T , RAI v S on this road will be'gov ertl by the following
Leave Montgomerj 5;\ 4 a. iu.
Arrive at Columbus II o*> a. tu.
Arrive at West'Point 11.4a a.tn.
Leave f olumbus 8.40 a in.
Arrive at Vontgi mery 2.40 p. in.
Arrive at West Point 11.45 a. m.
y Montgomery 8.50 p. in.
Arrive at • olumbus 2.45 a. lr.
“ West Point 2.30 a. in.
Leave Columbus 11.30 p. m.
Arrive at Montgomery 7,110 a m.
*• West Point 2.30 p. m.
Double Daily Connections are continued from West
Point to Atlanta and Nashville, and daily to Knoxville, Tenn.
Daily connections are continued from Montgomery to Mo
bile by stages and steamboats.
Passengers taking the Night Train from Columbus, arc re
quested to purchase tickets of tbo agent at the PERRY HOUSE
between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock p m.
jul 26..w&twtf. S. G. JONES, EugY.& Sup.
Change of Schedule
OVER WHICH PASSES THE
GREAT NEW YORK;AND NEW ORLEANS MAIL!
On and after July 16th,
THERE will be Two Dally Mall Trains between
Columbus and Macon—arrival and departure as follows :
Arrive at Columbus 1H a. id. ami p.m.
Leave “ 4% a. r . and p. in.
Arrive at Macon 10a. m. and 8 sop. in.
Leave do 210 a.m and 3X p.m.
Making a complete connection between Montgomery, Ala., and
Augusta, Kingsville, Wilmington and Charleston: also, with
Central Kail Hoad to Savannah, and Milledgeville, and with
the Macon and Western Trains to Atlanta, Chattanooga,
Nashville and Knoxville.
Also, connecting at Columbus with the Cirard &'.Mobile
Railroad, for Eufaula.
But one change ol’ Cars between Montgom
ery and Augusta, between which places are running
careful fcattgage Masters under heavy bonds, who will check
baggage and follow it through. B. E. WELLS,
Columbus,fJuly|l7—tw&.wtf Engineer and Sup’t
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
MOBILE AND GIRARD RAIL ROAD.
A ITER Monday, IGtli July, the Passenger and Freight
Train will leave Girard at 3 M P. M.dailj, (Sundays excep
ted) connecting at Silver Run with a daily line of Stages
to Glennville, Eufaula, Fort Gaines, and Marianna, Fla. And
on Tuesdays, and Fridays, with the Stages for Uehec, Olivet,
Enon, Cbunennuggee. Midway and Union Springs.
Leaving Silver Runfat 5, A. M., daily. (Mondays excepted)
the Oars will reach Girard iu time to connect with the Opelika
anu Muscogee Trains.
Round tri p tickets good lor two days can be purchased
at the office at Silver Run, at less than the regular rate.
R. A. HARD A WAY.
ANDREWS, RIDGWAY & CO.
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, &C., &C.
(Four. Doors below Hill &, Dawson’s old Corner)
BROAD STREET, COLUMBUS, GA.
Columbus, Oct 15,1853.—tw&wtf
LITTLE GIANT CORN AND COB MILL!
Patented May lGtli, 1854.
THE attention of Planters, Farmers and Stock Feeders in
general, is respectfully called to this Mill, as the most im
portant article of the kind now in use; not only well adapted
fr grinding Cobb Meal for Stock, but grits or fino Hominy for
the table, and especiahy Bread Meal from Corn not lully ripe
or dry in the Fall
In setting this Mill no mechanic or frame work is wanted,
only requiring tbe fastened to a floor or platform. Easily
adjusted and used by any body, cveu a child.
The LITTLE GIANT has received the first premiums at the
late Agricultural Fairs ol Missouri, Kentucky, Maryland,
and other S'.ates; and that in the most complimentary manner;
as well as the most ready commendations from the thousands
witnessing its performance.
These Superior Mills are for sale bv
HALL, MOSES, tc CO.
mays—tw2twtf Cclumbus, Ga.
Real Estate, Brokerage, Collecting and Land
RAYMOND, FREEMAN & CO.
D. C. FRKEMA.V, JK. , C. RAYMOND. O. R. FRKKMAN.
Attorneys at law,
CITY OF AUSTIN, TEXAS.
Homes in Texas ami Safe Ii vestments obtained
through this Agencv
FIDELITY TO Til INTERESTS OF NOX-RK MID ENTS.
Registers of Lana lor sale, in all part, of the State; full ex
hibits of title and accurate descriptions, also registers of town
and city lots
Lands located bought and sold.
Claims against the State or individual* collected and adjusted
and remittances made by exchange on New Orleans, or any of
the Northern Cities, if desired.
A thorough and intimate knowledge of the country, and the
land system. Insutes superior location and the best'titles.
Strangers looking at Texas, may always have some leading
items and useful hints at the office of this Agency.
Registers open for examination.
Eg* 1 ’Office on Congress Avenue. dec23—wly.
g MY PLANTATION, near Glennville, on
fti'fiQ Middle*Jowikce Creek, Barbour county, Aku
containing about 1300 acres and about ddu
Co’tou Planters, who want a rich, soft, level plantation, heal
thy, well watered, and in good condition are invited to call.
For reference, enquire of Dr. John M. Raiford, Col. A. M.
Sanford and Messrs. A.G. &. 11. Mitchell —planters and citizens
of Glennville, or come and see it,
Glennville, June IS—wtf WHITMAN 11. OWENS.
LAND & STKAM MILL FOR SALE
THE subscriber offers f**r sale his valuable set of Mills all
new, with an extensive custom, worth irom to to 50doi!arM
per day. The engine is of 20 horse power, and drives a circular 1
eaw that cuts from three to five thousand feet of lumber per
day. The Grid .Will w iil grind 12 bushels of ecru per hour,
and gets a custom of 200 bush* la per week. The mill* are with*
tu 2 milescf Eufaula. There ic attached to the taill 830 acres
of Pine Laud, heavy timbered. 120 acres cleared. .Any person
wishing to purchase each property \li do well u> cell and ox
undue, as I am deiertninejto t*!J, C. J M. kSDHEWF.
jjufmla, Als , Feb ti. I?uO.