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The Times & sentinel tri-weekly. (Columbus, Ga.) 1855-1858, August 22, 1855, Image 1

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VO'JJ-e * THE T . is SENTINEL. XENNENT 10. , Vi & BOSWELL ELLIS, EHITOIIS AND PKOPKIKTORS. <I>II jq T(f.I"WW !<', “i f-Y TI MES ifc SENTINEL published I.VISIO iVKttJfKSDA Kami FlilDA K J)IVIUY /Y/s„i,‘i K i-ruun n Kf'KJfijra. THE weekly times a sentinel published every TUKSDA Y JIVIiJYIJYO. Offico on Randolph Street, opposite the Post Office. TERMS : TRI-WEEK I. V, Etvx Dollars per annum, in advance. WEEKLY,Two Dollars per annum,in advance. Zlt* Dlvortiseinentsoonsnicuously inserted at Ur* Dollar for the first insertion, aud hkty cents for every sub gepiont insertion. liberal deduction will be made for yearly advertisements. 8aloso! Land and Negroes, by Administrators, Executors,or Guardians, are required l*y law to be. held on the first Tuesday in the month, between the hours of ten in tho forenoon and three in the afternoon,at the Court House in the county in which the property is situate. Notices of these sales must be given in a public gazette Jirty days previous to the day of sale. jVotfces for the sale of Personal Property must be give* at least ten days previous to the day of sale. Notice to Debtors and Creditors ofau Estate must be publish ed forty days. Noticethalapplication will be inadeto tho Court olOrdinary for leave to sell Land or Negroos, must be published * eckly for two months. Citations for Lottors of Administration must be published thirty days—tor Dismission from Administration, monthly six months —for Dismission from Guardianship forty days. Rules for Foreclosure of Mortgage must be published monthly for four months —for establishing lost papers, for the full space us three months —for compelling titles from Executors or Admin istrators. where a bond lias been given by the deceased, the full § price of Ihi re months. Publicaiions willalways bo continued according to these, the Isga I reijuitvmonts, unless otherwise ordered. BUSINESS CARDS. WD IbOOiTBINDING. Ty A’ !NG conn ••<><•[ wilh our Printing Office, a full I •) complete, a- •g oi Hook Binder’s tools and Plo< it also added p, i ‘rit ting materials, we arc now prep; . > execute, good :yle and with despatch,every kind el v. in either branch ol Ute business, on the best terms. HI-- \ ” ’i *<VOHk r . of every description, wilh or with out printing, made to order, in the neatest manner. WAKE HOUSIJ PRINTING, Receipts, Drafts, Moles, Bills of Lading, &.c\, &c., executed neatly and promptly, and bound in any desired style. R VSJ.ItOAI) AND STEAMBOAT BLANKS, ol all kinds got up 4 with accuracy and dispatch. ( Bill fiends, Curds, Circulars, Hand Bills, Posters, Programmes, &c. t &c., printed iu theshor lesl notice and in the best style. Magazine and Pamphlets put up in every style o binding. Books o all kinds rebound strongly and neatly. LOMAX A ELLIS. < ‘olumbus, April 15,1854. DR. T. STEWART, f HAVING relumed to Columbus would reepectfiillyan v-; • uottnee that he has resumed his practice of Medicine ■ \ and durgery. • ous, Ga... Dec. 7. 1054. ~ w&lwlf DENTISTRY. J. FQfiJ.E, 0. E. B. -/* Office <>:: Randolph near Broad Street, t . aims,febl —inf) w&tf. ROBEi H. HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COLUMIV; : CiiORGU A. I S tr office 111. tho St. M. aiding, up Htairs. l July g-. 1, ISs4—tw&wly. _ _ i ROIIEK. JLVON, ATTORI /■ T LAW, • MB US, GEORGIA ■QHiee ovei >’ -Sc Co.’s Store April ;■ vnvlv .lAM i. ii - : r VVM. F. PLANE I. PLANE, At. t Law, ■. eaijißus, . G’ko. Will practice in -iiiL of the adjoining counties n this Stale and Ai. . . dees—w&twtf. 1 DERTOM & PHILIPS, A T T O R N E Y S AT L A W. \.V lid. r’lucticem the iliiWout courts ofllusseJl counlv, Alabama. ADI >REi>S It. WVTSON DENTOV, JOHN M. PHILIPS, Cnluvil‘H9, Ga. Crawford, Ala Sept 15, 1851. w&twly. PEYTON 11. COLQUITT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, < <>i i .Min s, g v. t W * Mice in St. Mary’.'Rank Building. “i.'i* - . wJ twit. j J. M. lILSSELL, VT T OWN I-. V A T 1, AYV , Olttce m nrosent, with C E Thomas, Esq., over .1 It Kcdd &Cos 1 Hronil Street—Columbus. 1 Columbus, April it, 1555. w&twtf 1 THE FINEST LOT OF BACON HAMS Ever ofiered in this market, lor sale by A. M. ALLEN, , o-. „ O’? Broad street. Comm mis, sept 2/ —tw&wt f To Hire ! Vil'iv-i'iv S L' ck ’ or JV°" lh ’ ,or remainder of the yea- 3 N, S r°5 k H, Apply to H.C. PHKLPB. DISSOLUTION, I January, 1a...,, u„. nVth mT } lli £ o,vc<l on tho first of antvßY iiaU, COI’A U i'RSHXP NOTICE. i mat:**, u. 1 (and into tho luun- If.iRF K ; p ,‘V. 11 AI L, MOSES cv •!: .U\ F.Y It \LL, J ‘’ V” I. MOSES ’ •;'T, OR P - HENKiI'Ks, 1',.'..,; .. *> A. I^EACH. ‘ w*i.twtr IKE HOWARD FACTORY Is now selling Dome's tics and Yarns At the Usual Rat os, 10 Per Cea> off ’ FOR CASH. Columbus, tla February t‘l. LIME I LIME! rr\ilMaufts riber is now prrpau-d. to furumti 1 a , ij*-ri<r nualUv Ir.oti ‘ t. THE OTHO LIME KILN, L-Jrl .ov point on xne Cha tHnoo*n**e or AjMi.achicola I l’ mis wishing Loire *au be supplied <>n the most rea*,.,,,, i ‘ i erius b> ;el>|.eesiiot the iHtdefigued at Otlio r. M OtticV 1 1 : *.hintv, Alabama. ’ ■ np ~l—wtf ”* T L BOWEN *O6: “™ UN 10 N0 F STATES AND THE S0 V E BEIG NT YOF THE STIT ES” RICHARD HOOPER COMMISSION MERCHANT, chattanogiia, tenn. “pf/nniTc r promptly . to tho Purchase of COUNTRY Alayi:/-twjy orat ' yol,er busi . ne * s trusted to his care. 100,000 FOUNDS RAGS WANTED^ Tlfß wil] pay cents per pound forone hundred thousand Coinmbus, Ca.Feb.15,, 8^ FFERSON & lIAMI, TON ’ LUMBER, LUMBER. TJJU undersigned artyrrepifed to furnish Oak, Hickory, i oplar, Ash, iMne Lumber from i heir Nlillat market prices*delivered Dn Raflload or in Columbus* Per sons wishing lumber, will leave thoir bills at the Auction Boom of Harrison, Austin & McGehee, where they will be promptly attend to. y dec.-23 twtf WIIITTELSEY &. BRO. T>R. T. S. TUGGLE, OFFICE ;n*ER MCLLFORD’S ON BRIItl) STREET, COIiUIVIBUS, GEORGIA. Columbus, January 10th, 1855. twly. Drs. BROOKS & CARRIGER. fHAVlNGassociated themselvestoge.ther in the various branches of their profession, they will be enabled there by to give more general satisfaction to all who may favor them wilh their confidence. Dr.Carrigcr is fully prepared aud willgi vespecial attention to ail cases Q| SURGERY entrusted to his care. tW Oflicein Winter’s Rank Building. Columbus, Jan. 14—twtf J. A. FOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, VVJLL practice in tins and the adjoining counties. Office in Bt. Marys’ Bank Building, Columbus, Ga. KEFERENCES: T LOMAX, KSQ., MANLEY k. HODGES, DR *’ A STANFORD, R PATTEN. Columbus, Oct 7—twly WM. PERRY, AT TORNEY AT LA W COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. 1 practice in this and adjoining counties, particu lar attention paid to the securing and collection of debts. (Illice with Col. A. McDougald. decl4—tw4m. TROY FACTORY WAKE ROOMs7~ . COLUMBUS, GA., JAN. Ist, 1854, ¥ i KOM and after this date no goods will be sold at the X above establishment except for CASH ! jan 11—twtf. WALTON K. HARRIS. ROPE. • FIVE HUNDRED COILS FANCY KENTUCKY BALE ROPE. Justreceivedand forsale atihe Alabama Warehouse by „ . , J. I. RIDGWAY. ‘ Columbus, Ga., May 4—twtf , so n sai j e 7 aTHIj HOUSE AND EOT at present occupied by the, subscriber. Possession given immediately. 11. T. HALL. _ April 20, 1855—twtf MI I) WIFE II Y. MllS. J A \ tO M’CrINTY offers her professional servi-j ces to the people of Columbus and vicinity. Slie has had I thirty years experience, in the business ami flatters herself j that by strict attention she will merit the public patronage. She may be found, when not professionally engaged, at her residence on Jackson street, just below the Methodist Mission l ;hmc-;. [maria—twtf. AInTHEiNjEUM insurance company OF LONDON. UNITED STATES BRANCH OFFICE. HO, Hontli Street, Pltiladelphin. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $10,000,000. AVAILABLE CAPITAL $1,284,300, 117 ILL take any and all fair risks against loss or damage by VY Fire at a reasonable rate. Losses adjusted and promptly paid without reference to London. References ii Pliiladel |I In. Atwood k Cos., John Grigg, Powers At Weightmau, Myers,Cleghorn k ('o John Farnuni, Geo. li. Stewart, Wm. M Kee At < 0.. White, Stevens At Cos. TRUSTKES. Stewart, John T. White, T. Batch ford Starr. Applications for risks may be made to JOHN MUNN, Agent. Columbus Ga., April 28, 1855. tw’.hn SULPHUR AND MEDICATED Vnpor Bntlhis. AT HKOOKS & CHAPMAN’S DRUG-STORE. THKSM BATHS will relieve and permanently cure all disea ses arising from an impure state of the blood. Their etlicacy have been fully and sucessfully tested in Chron ic Diseases like the following to wit: Salt Rheum, Gout, Rheumatism, Fainful and Diseased Eyes, Sore Throat, Diseases of the Liver, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Ring Worms, Pimpled Face, Erysipelas, Palsy, Neuralgia, Ticdolereaux, Nervous Irritability, Obstinate Glandular Affec tions, Dropsy, Deafness, Asthma, Catarrh, Cancer, Consump tion, Phthi *ics, (Pulmonary) Leprosy, Gravel, and all Cutane ous Diseases. may.! twtf MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE BANK OF SAVANNAH. AGENCY AT COLUMBUS, W II-1-receiveDeposits—auilChecks for saloon New York Maconand Savannah. April‘24—twtf RICHARD PATTEN. EAGLE MANUFACTURING CO. COLUMBUS, GA. THE Factory, now bein'? in full operation, is able to supply (on their usual terms) promptly as ordered, the various styles of their Manui'acutures, which consists of the lollowing variety: YARNS, OSNABURGS,4-4 SHEETINGS i SHIRT ING, Cotton Stripes, of great variety ol Pattern; COTTON A OKS, embracing many new sttyles; Negro Kerseys & Pine Knot Plains; Planters’ Casiraere3, Truck for Trowsers. Sewins Thread, Shop Twine, Mattres, Uniting ,&c. f To Cash purchasers inducements will be offered. dee2B—twit. .1, R- BROWNE, Ag’t. j&Tn&bxm INEZ. A Tate es the Alamo, is anew and popular work, just§published bj the Harpers Stahar a, ‘'‘ r,,r sa " l,y •. pease. Also, a New Supply of . South Sido View of Slavery, by N. Adanii I'. I>.; Ruth Hall; “"..lumS. ‘"•bc r-uoaNG and dale rope. 1 c&ssx. n, oD * gr,mes * COLUMBUS. GEORGIA , WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22, 1855 TRI-WEEKLY. Just Received and for Sale Cheap A Ij O T O li’, It IR D cac; Es. juneV—tw2m R. M. ALDWORTII Sc CO. GREAT EXCITEMENT! f~ To tHe Pulalic. 1)0 you know (ball I'Keryltody desiring to Purchase life-like and I'j’ndtiring likenesses of llieir IVives, Husbands, Children, Brothers, Nisters aud Friends’, are making a Grand rush, to by far the best, And only place in Columbus, where Likenesses, which seem to breathe and Live, can he got up, at short notice, in fcunlless variety ol style, and possessing that fJicliness oi finish, which has never Y et been equalled or approached, at any Other establishment in ihe State of Georgia. Forget it not, and whenever you want a Gem of a Picture,call at C. I. DEIMUV’S Fx cel si or Gallery—Woodbridge’sold stand. Many thousands of Pictures, in Columbus, , Speak for themselves, and testily to the above. March 31,1855. tw ,|. RIDDLE’S Fashionable Dagucrrcan Gallery. Til E Proprietor han't he largest, neatest, and most fashiona bly arranged GAL, I, Kit Y for the Art in the State. He uses the best material, and allows nothing but first class 1 ictures to leave his Booms. So forgot not, ye lovers of the Fine Arte, when ye sally forth to obtain those imperishable,gems, to call on RIDDLE. He will give you a Handsome IMctureand a Good type. As for taking children, family groups, Steriecopes, out door views, &c., he defies any Artist in the country to surpass him. Rooms on Broad Street, over C. Mygatt’s Dry Goods Store.Columbus.G-n. ‘ marSl—twJm. FOR SALE. HAVING removed to my plantation I offer for sale my late residence, just south of my father’s gj* whf* (Major John H. Howard’s) and cast of the Mt.sco gee Bail Bead Depot. It is one of th > most desir able homes in or about Columbus. Mr.Goctchius will show Ihe prem sc to those who wish to purchase. Communications addressed to meat Eufaula, Ala. junli—twtf. B R. HOWARD. NEW CARPET STORE AGENCY. TIIE subscriber is Agent of W. 11. Guion, New Carpet Store Savannah, Ga., who has alwayson hand Carpeting:, Oil Cloths, Hearth Rugs, Druggets, Table and Piano Covers, Window Shades, Laec and Muslin Curtains, Curtain Stuffs, Stair Rods, &e. Samples and prieesof all qualities of Carpeting and Oilcloth may be seen at my store, 82 Broad street, Columbus, Ga., aud any of the above articles ordered without delay. Carpets cut to rooms free of charge, and made, if deal red, for small compensation, by an experienced hand in Savannah. I will be regularly supplied with new patterns for the coming season. P. A. CLAYTON, 82 Broad Street. Columbus, INTav 3—twtf w il flaUMs &P n n c MANLEY & HODGES. I ABF,NOII, English and American Prints. _ French Cambrics and Brilliants. Scotch and French Ginghams-, all Styles. Bareges, Tissues and Light Colored Challeys. Light Summer Silks and Grenadines’ A Choice Selection of Embroideries. Handkerchiefs, Collars, anil Collars aud Sleeves to match Jackonet and Swiss Trimmings and Bauds. English and German Hosiery—ol every description. Damask and Muslin Drapery. ALSO, A Superior lot of Irish Linens. (i. I Pillow Case—Linen and Cotton. 10-4 11-4 & 12-4 Cotton and Linen Sheetings. :t ply, Ingrain and Linen Carpeting. Every description of goods usually found in our line— allot which will be sold at the lowest Cash Prices. Columbus: March 3, H 55. w&twtf, reformed practice. DR. WM. T. BROWN, f HAVING permanently located in Coltunhus, Ga., can say to the afflicted that lie is prepared to treat all forms ol disease, both acute amlchronic. lie would partciularly call the attention of those laboring under chronic dis eases of every character, as his success in the treatment ol this ciass of diseases has been such as to warrant him in saying that he can give relief in almost every case. His ticatment for Consumption and other pulmonary diseases cannot be surpas sed. Those desiring his sendees may be sure of receiving on ly Sanative Medication, as lie is thoroughly convinced that the long list o I poisons used as medicinal agents do more to en gender disease than to cure it. An assortment of valuable medicines on hand, such as Anti-Billions, Anti-Dyspeptic anti Ague and Fever Pills. Also his Bpec’flcs lor Gonorrhoea and Syphilis, which he will war rant to cure in a very short time. Office over E. Barnard & Go’s Store. Dr. Brown can be found at night at the Oglethorpe House. julyHwtwHm. BRITISH PERIODICALS. EARLY COPIES SECURED. LEONARD SCOTT A CO., New York, continue to rc-publish the following British Periodicals, viz: 1. The London 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 pnhlicationsunasually interesting daring 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 the future historian, written after the living interest and excite ment of the great political events of the time shall have parsed 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. {pSP Arrangements are now permanently made for the receipt of EARLY SHEETS from the Brittish Publish ers, bv which we are enabled to place ALL OUR RE PRINTS in the hands of subscribers, about, as soon as they can be furnished with foreign copies. Although this in volves a very large outlay on our part, we shall continue to furnish the Periodicals at the same low rates as heretofore v j z - Fcrann. For any one of the four Reviews 00 For any two of the four Reviews o 00 For any three of the four Reviews <OO For all four of the Reviews 8 00 For Blackwood’s Magazine 00 For Blackwood aud three Reviews 00 For Blackwood ana the four Review?. 10 00 Payments to be made in all cases in advance. Money current in the Slate where issue to will be received at VUr ’ CLUBBING. A discount of twenty-five per cent, from the above pri’ ces will be allowed to Cjubhs ordering four or more cop ies of any one or more of the above works. J has: r our copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, will be sent to one address for Sit; lour copies of the tour Reviews and Black wood lor S3O; and so on. I O STAGE. ! In all the principal cities and towns, works will be delivered, through agents, I‘KF-L <bl f * BAGL. Mr hen sent bv mail, the Postage to any part ol the United •-fates will be but Twenty-Four Cents a year for Blackwood, and Fourteen Cents a year lot eacit ol the Reviews. Remittances and communications should always be ad dressed, post paid, to SCOTT & CU. jau9—twlm. Si Gold Street, New Ymk. HENRY W. VERSTILIE, Commission & Forward’# Merchant, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, REFERENCE ST Hon. John \V. Anderson, Savannah, Ga. Messrs. Holcombe, Johnson &. Cos. “ Hon. Henry . Ililiiard, Montgomery, Ala. , Maj. John 11. Howard, Columbus, Ga. Dr. Henry Jjockhart, lk o E. B. Young, Esq , Eufaula, Ala. junlßwtwtl GREENWOOD & GRUMEsT WAREHOUSE ANILCOMMISSION MERCHisT S . W-. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. ILL give their particular attention to the storage,and sale of cotton, and other produce, which mav lie con* signed to them. They are prepared to make liberal ad vances on cotton in storo. ,'jl > , r , , lV' p , t r ‘ lt ,l c ." ,ior ’ will given to the RECEIVING and FORWARDING BUSINESS. K. s. greenwood. sterling f. urimes: Columbus, Sept. s,lßs4—w&twly J. C. RUSE, J. 11. DAVIS, W. H. LONG. RUSE,’ DA VIS & LONG, COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND SHIPPING AGENTS, Wlfr L SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. and sell cotton and other produce on com mission, and strictly attend to forwurdinggoods and filling or ders Irom the country. Ruse, Patten & Cos., agents Columbus, by whom liberal ad vances will be made on consignnientseilhcrto or through u-= to our friends in Liverpool or the North. July 9, 1853—w&twtf LOCKETT &"SNEI LINGS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SAVANNAH, GA., WILL attend to tho Pellinp of COTTON and all kinds o 1 KUDUGE. Strict attention given to licccivittg and For warding Goods. E. LOCKETT, „ , „ 11. D. SNELLINGS. Savannah, Ga., Sept. 1, 1854 tw&,wly HUDSON, FLEMING &. CO., SAVANNAH, GA. AVI) HOPKINS, HUDSON &. CO., CHARLESTON, S. C. FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. T> ENLVV an offer of thir services to Planters, Merchants and Dealers in Ihesaleof Cotton and all other country produce- wili le given to business, and liberal cash ad vances and lacilities afforded customers when required. JNO. B. HUDSON. } L l. HOPKINS, AuglrataT*'” john J. cohen, Charleston. Aug. 4—tw&wtf WINTER FACTORY, Coin jnDus, G-a. YARNS, LINSEVS, WRAPPING TWINE SEWING THREAD, for sale. WOOL Carded at one fourth toll or ten cents per portiid. LINSEYS made up on shares, or lde. per yard, j All Work done Promptly and Warranted- MONTGOMERY"IRON WORKS, MONTGOMERY, ALA. WILL FUIINISII PROMPTLY !• STEAM Engines,Circular Saw Mills,'Grist Mills, Shafting, or any description of JUAI -HUfKll Y'• Also Bicli’s un- , rivalled Water Wheels,the best in the world. Lynch, Page & Cos, Whittlcsy &. Cos., Woodruff k. Goctchius,on tli c Muscogee Rail Road, and numerous others, testify to cutting 1000 feet of Lumber tier hour; each using one of our Patent Circular Saw Mills ol one Saw. G. YV. WINTER, ! marl2—w&twtf Agent, Columbus Georgia, j NOTICE. PERSONS indebted to A. C. Flowellcn & Cos. will please niakcimmediatc payment. Their accounts may befouiul utthe Book Store of J.L. IK) WELL. Columbus, Dec HO—tw&wtf PRICES REDUCED. COTTON YARNS FOR SAFE At 80 cents per. Bunch, “Cash.*’ july 1 l- v 'tVvti. WINTER FACTORY. spje<uT7\L notice. IN order that our customers may understand the terms on which we Uade, we have thought it advisable to publish them. They are as follows: For all purchases on time, payments will be required twice a year; say Ist May and Ist Januarv. On all amounts unpaid at the times specified, wc shall claim and expect interest until paid. 1 E. BARNARD, & CO Columbus, Jan. lst,’ss. janll—w&tvvtf. COPARTNERSHIP. undesigned having entered in a GROCERY BUSINESS, WSL atthe old stand of P. McLaren & Cos., wi 15| keep constantly on hand a lull supply of All kinds of Groceries, for wholesale and retail. Wc solicit the patronageof our friends and the publicgcn erallv. r. McLAREN tz DUCK. rETEU MCLAREN, LEVI B. DUCK. Columbus, Oct 7th, 1854 Oct 14—tw&wtf IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS, Country Merchants, and Everybody Else. A LARGE & COMPLETE ASSORTMENTS^ Books, Stationery & Fancy Articles, AT COST, FOR CASH ! BEING desirous of changing my j business. 1 tiow offer my extensive XejU-f'f:’ School, I.a\v,Meili- Theological and *a*i*yi^ cc |j a neous Books, gnd*** l4 *’ Stationery at COST FOR CASH* 1 have a large Stock of School Hooks, and it will be greatly i to the advantage of Tettchecs and those in charge of Schools, to call immediately and supply themselves. It you cannot ; come, send your orders with the money, ami I will send them ! to you. To anv one wishing logo into the business, I would say, that 1 will sell them my entire stock upon the most favorable terms —both as to prices and payments. Call and “te. JORDAN L. HOWELL. rN. B.—l would respectfully say,to all who are indebt ed to me, that 1 must have the money, |P!ease Jet met hear from you without further notice. J. L. 11. Coltimbus Ga., April 14, 1855. wtwtf DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. POINT & OPELIKA P.RANCII RAILROAD. On and after the 16th July W 'U befgov ird by the following ot IILDLLb: DAY TRAIN. Leave Montgomery-. r.n. m. Arrive at Columbus 11 on a. in. Arrive at WesltPoinl 1t.4 a.m. Leave < olumbus n.lti a. in". Arrive at Montgomery *.>.10 m * Arrjveat West Point 11.4"> n. m. NIGHT TRAIN. - . Leave Montgomery 8.50 p.m. Arrive at Geluutbua a. n*. “ West Point -MW a.” in* Leave Columbus j |.;jo Arrive at Montgomery 7.;t0 a.'ni.” West Point -..H1 p. m.” Double Daily Connections are continued from VVr-t 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, are re quested to purchase tickets of the agent at the PERKY HOUSE between the hours of 10 and II o’clock p.m. jnl -*<). .w&twtf. K. H..JON EH. Enc’r.fc. Sup. Change of Schedule ON THE MUSCOGEE RAIL ROAD! OVER WHICH PASSES THE GREAT SEW YORK;AND NEW ORLEANS BAIL! On and after July 16th, THERE will be Two Dally Mail Trains between Columbus and Macon—am val and departure as follows : Arrive at Columbus 7 Li’ lo>; p. m. Leave “ 4>i a.jr. and A!>_. p. in. Arrive at Macon 10;Vf a. m, and 850 p. m. Leave do -.10a.m. and 3L h. in. BOTH TRAINS Making a complete connection between Montgomery, Ala., and Augusta, Kingsville, Wilmington and Charleston:’ also, with Central Rail Road to-Savannah, and Millcdgeviilc, and with the Macon and Western Trains to Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville and Knoxville. Also, connecting at Columbus with the Girard &*JI/obile Railroad, for Bufaula. Dutonc change of Cars between Montgom ery ncl Augusta, between which places are running oarclul Kapgage Masters under heavy bonds, who will chock baggage and follow it through. JS. E. WELLS, < T<> lii in bus.*.! uly 17—t wStwll Engineer and Su p’t. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE MOBILE AND GIRARD RAIL ROAD. AFTER Monday, IT>th July, l he Passenger and Freight Train will leave Girard at !<Lj P. M.daily, (Sundaysexcep ted) connecting at Silver Kim with a daily line of Stages to Glennville, Eufauln, Fort Gaines, and Marianna, Fla. And on Tuesdays, and Fridays, with the Mages for Uchee, Olivet, Enon, Chuiieniiuggee, Midway and Union .springs. Leaving Silver Hunt,at .7, A, M., daily, (Mondays excepted) the Cars will reach Girard in time to connect with the Opelika amt Muscosjcc Trains. „ . July Ht—w&t w t f. KliKlneeT. DISSOLUTION. THE Firm ofTriiaxdk Vnndenllergf was dissolved by mutual consent on the Ist oi April IB.'w. The undersigned having purchased of Mr. ■>. L.Truax Ins in terest inthe lormerflrm, will eontiiiuethe MUSIC IIUSINESS in all its branche) at their old stand NO. 76 BAST SIDE OF BROAD STREET, Where can always be found a large selection of PIANO FOMSfffjajt Fromthe li jst Manufactories in the United States, olall Stylics und PRICES.. ALSO, Melodious, Guitars, Vlollncellos, Violins, Banjos, Tamborlnrs, Flutes, Flutinas, Accorileons, Music Boxes, Clarionelts, Flageoletls nml Fifes. Also, all kinds of BRASS INSTRUMENTS for •BANDS, together with Hags and Tenor DbUMS. STRINGS of all kinds, and ihc Largeot Assort men! of SHEET MUSIC lor all the above named instruments, that can be found Sofith of Philadelphia. f;'#’” S corn! hand Pianos taken in exchange when new ones are bought, and the highest prices allowed for old one.. .second hand Pianos for Sale or Kent. Pianos, Organs, Melodlans, and all other kinds of Music*! Instruments in the best manner, and at the shortest notice, ami warranted to give entire satisfaction. All orders let! at our store will be promptly attended to. T. H . VAN DEN HE KG, 7f> Hroid Street,Sign of the Mammoth Kiddle. Columbus, May 5*1855. wAUwtf. HEAR ROTH SIDES. All the World will Read this Book. THE LIE E AND BEAUTIES OF FANNY FERN, IN ONE VOLUME, 12m0.. CLOTH. Who U Ruth Ilall? Is Ruth Hall Faun Pern, or somebody rise! mid If Fanny Fern is not Ruth Hall who is Fanny Fernl THE LIFE AND BEAUTIES (IF FANNY FEES’ Is now before the public, and the world will be enlighte And this bopka strange tale unfolds. The present Work Is authentic in all I ’ Those who have read the advanco cpy, pronounce it the wittiest, spiciest book of the season. It presents vivid, life like pictures of the charming and bril- Author of Fern Leaves and Ruth Hall, at her own fireside, in the Editor’s Sanctum, in the street, at Church, and everywhere, and in cVery position she is the same fascinating woman. In th s volume, several of Fanny Fern’s earliest efforts appear forthc firK time in b>*ok lrm. The reader will find that they possess the same attractive features which characterize ail her productions. They are alternately witty and pathetic, causticand soo'bing, sparkling and pensive. No r>:heV author hasiueccededso well in touching e Si:< chords of the heart. Just received and for s**le by feb!5 —wfctwtf. W. PEASE. JAMES B. CUNNINGHAM, CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR. COLUMBUS, EGORGIA. A RCHITECTUR \L Designs and Working Plane for Build rX mgs furnished. Artificer’s work calculated; Surveys of land made, and Topograpicaf plans furnished with accuracy, neatnessand despatch. fir Office over Col. Holt’s Law Office. Columbus, Feb. 24. w&twtf. ANDREWS, K IDG WAY &, CO. DEALERS IN STAPLE DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, &C, &C-. (Four Doors eei.ow Hill & Dawso.n’s old Corner) HKO AH ST It K KIN ICOLUMBbS, GA. Columbus,Oct 15, 1853. —tw&wtf _ F.ATIIING TUBS. Hip, Sponge, and Shower Btiths, for Sale, And made to order of Copper,Tin or Zinc, may 19- tw-lin, K. M. ALUM * ‘R ! 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