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llxt ®imfs & Sentinel VOLUME III] THE TIMES & SENTINEL. TEHHEHT ‘ MMAX & BOSWEIL ELLIS, editors and proprietors. ‘^% T m u ££il‘3£&* *****■ published every TUESDAY MORNING. Office on Randolph Street, opposite the Post Office. TERMS : TRI-WEEKLY, Fivb Dollars per annum, In advance. WEEKLY,Two Dollars peranuum,in advance. ,r Vdvertisements conspicuously inserted at Dollar persquare, for the first insertion, and fifty ckhtb for every sub liberal deduction will be made for yearly advertisements. Sales of Land and Negroes, by Ad mi nistrato ™ Guardians, are required by law to be In the month, between the hours of ten In the forenoon and th;ee in the afternoon, at the Court House in thecounty in which the property is situate. Notices of these sales must be given in a public gazette forty days previous to the day of sale. Wotices for the sale of Personal Property must be given at least ten days previous to the day of sale. .. . Notice to Debtors and Creditors ofan Estate must be pubhsh- Notlcethat application will be madeto the Court o lOrdinary for leave to sell Land or Negroes, must be published eekly for tW CiUtimis'for Letters of Administration must be published thirty days—lor Dismission from Administration, monthly six mo nths— 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 of three months— for compelling titles from Executors or Admin istrators, where a bond has been given by the deceased, the full #P PubHcafions wmalways be continued according to these, the egal requirements,unless otherwise ordered. “"business cards. PBINTIN^ HAVING connected with our Printing Office, a full and complete assortment of Book Binder’s tools and stock, and also added to our Pris ting materials, we are now prepared to execute,in good style and with despatch,every kind of work in either branch of the business, on the best t 6 BLANK WORK, of every description, with or with out printing, made to order, in the neatest manner. WARK HOUSE PRINTING, Receipts, Drafts, Notes, Bills of Lading, &c., &c., executed neatly and promptly, and bound in any desired style. V RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT BLANKS, of all kinds got up/with accuracy and dispatch. Bill Heads, Cards, Circulars, Hand Bills, Posters, Programmes, &c., &c., printed in the shor test notice and in the best style. Magazine and Pamphlets put up in every style o k* Books o all kinds rebound strongly^ndneatly.^^^ Columbus, April 15,1854. DR. T. STEWART, HAVING returned to Columbus would reepectfullyan nounce that he has resumed his practice of Medicine Pa and Surgery. Columbus, Ga., Dec. 7. T 854. wfctwtf <GSHb J. FOGLE, D. D. 2. Office on Randolph near Broad Street. Columbus,febl —1855. w &-tt. JOHN PEABODY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. J'iF'Offloe in Warren’s Arcade. oct4 tw3m. J. A. FOX, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COLUMBUS, GA. WILL attend punctually to all criminal and civil cases en trusted to him iu any of the courts of the surrounding counties of this State and Alabama. Office on corner of Broad and Randolph streets, over Manley & Hodges. REFERENCES—Hon. A.lversou, i Tennent Lomax, > Columbus, Ga. Dr. Stanford, S Samuel F. Rice, J- Montgomery, Ala. Columbus, Oct. 4. wfctwtf R. J. MOSES, ATTORNEY AT LA . WARRENS ARCADE. Hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P. N. B.—All business entrusted to mo will be faithfully attended to. octll—w&lwly. ROBERT w. HOWARD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CRAWFORD, ALA. September 6, 1855. —twAwtf. ROBERT E. DIXON, ATTORNEY AT LAW,’ COLUMBUS, GEORGIA Office over E. Barnard’s &. Co.’s Store April s—wtwly JAMES HAMILTON. WM. F. PLANE HAMILTON & PLANE, Attorneys at Law^ Columbus, Geo. Will practice in the Courts of the adjoining counties in this State and Alabama. dec5 —w&twtt. DENTON & PHILIPS, ATTOKNEYS AT L A AY. WILL Practice in the different courts of Russell county, Alabama. ADDRESS R. WATSON DENTON, JOHN M. PHILIPS, Columbus, Ga. Crawford, Ala Sept 15, 1854. w&twly. PEYTON H. COLQUITT, ATTORNEY A T LAW, COLUMBUS, GA. or Office in St. Mary’s Bank Building, may-i* wA-twtf. J. M. BUSSELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Dffice at present, with G E Thomas, Esq., over J R bcdd & Cos Broad Street— Columbus. a. Colmn is, April l*, 1855. w&twtf RAGS! RAGS! TII K BOCK ISLAND PAPER MILLS A RE paying three and a lialfcents cash per lb. _/\ fore lean Liuen and Cotton Rags, in qualities ot one hun dred pounds and upwards, and 3 cents for quantities under 1110 lbs. Woolen Rags not wanted. llllia Office iu trout of PALAcE Ml LLs. Columbus,Ga., May 9, 1855. w&twtl. PRICES REDUCED. COTTON YARNS FOR SALE At 80 cents per. Bunch, “Cash.” ju ly u .y WINTER FACTORY. “THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.” RICHARD HOOPER, COMMISSION MERCHANT, CHATTANOGHA, TENN. WILL attend promptly to the purchase of COUNTRY PRODUCE, or any other business entrusted to his care. May 13—twly LUMBER, LUMBER. THE undersigned are prepared to furnish Oak, Hickory, Poplar, Ash, 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 & McGehee, where they will be promptly attend to. dec 23—twtf. WHITTELSEY & BRO. L>r7t. S. TUGGLE, OFFICE lOVER MCLLFORD’S ON BROAD STREET, COLTTOTBUS, GEORGIA. Columbus, January 10th, 1855. twly. ROPE. FIVE HUNDRED COILS FANCY KENTUCKY BALE ROPE. Justreceivedand for sale at the Alabama W akehouse by J. I. RIDGWAY. Columbus, Ga., May 4—twtf NOTICE. OUR Store was brok fc n into on the night of the 2d inst, and all our notes and papers taken therefrom. All persons who have executed any notes payable to us or to A.S. Hays, or who may know the tact of our holding their notes or obligations, are hereby cautioned agairst paying them to any person except J. W.Sappington or to us. jiily3—twtf 1). P. ELLIS & CO. Weekly Enquirer and Corner Stone copy twice. Drs. BROOKS & CARRIGER. n HAVING associated themselvestogether in the various branches of *.heir profession, they will be enabled there- YW by to give more general satisfaction to all who may favor them with their confidence. Dr. Carriger is fully prepared and willgivespecial attentionto all eases ot SURGERY entrusted to his care. tCtUT’ Office in Winter’s Bank Building. Columbus. Jan. 14—twtf EAGLE MANUFACTURING CO. COLUMBUS, GA. THE Factory, now being in full operation, is able to supply (on their usual terms) promptly as ordered, the various styles of their Manufactures, which consists of the following variety: YARNS, OSNABURGS, 4-4 SHEETINGS 1 SHIRT ING, Cotton Stripes, of great variety of Pattern; COTTON ADES, embracing many new sttyles; Negro Kerseys & Pine Knot Plains; Planters’ Casimeres, Truck for Trowsera, Sewing Thread, Shop Twine, Mattresses, Batting ,Ac. jrfSF’ To Cash purchasers inducements will be offreed. dgc2s-twtf. J. R. BROWNE, Ag’t. M. S ARONI would fully inform his friends and the “citizens ol Columbus that he will return to his duties rn or about the 580th of Scpt’r. He would also add that he will bring with him a large and splendid assortment of New and Fashionable MUSIC, Vocal as well as Instrumental. aug-28—twtf WARM SPRINGS, MERIWETHER COUNTY, GA. =r. THIS delightful Watering Place is now open for the Li.reception of visitors. Jnne2l—twtf. J. L. MUSTIAN, Proprietor. Montgnomery Journal copy. WANTED, EMPLOYMENT by a Book-Keeper, fully competent, having had 7 years experience. Apply at this office, or by letter to Box 268, P. O, Columbus, Ga., July 31, 1855 —twtf. THE HOWARD FACTORY Isnowselling Domestics and Yarns, At the Usual Rates, 10 Per Cent off, FOR CASH. Columbus, Ga February 19. wtf. RIDDLE’S Fashionable Daguerrean Gallery. THE Proprietor has the largest, neatest, and most fashiona bly arranged GALLERY forthe Art in the State. He uses the best material, and allows nothing but first class Pictures to leave his Rooms. So forget not, ye lovers of the Fine Arts, when ye sally forth to obtain those imperishable <gems, to call on RIDDLE. He will give you a Handsome Picture and a Good Daguerreo type. As for'taking children, family groups, Steriscopes, out door views, &c., he defies any Artist in the country to surpass him. Roomsou Broad Street, over C. Mygatt’s Dry Goods Store, Columbus, Ua. mar3l—tw9m. FO R SALE. , , THE HOUSE AND LOT at present occupied by the subscriber. Possession given immediately. I HI I H. T. HALL. i'iUl April 20, 1855—twtf MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE BANK OF SAVANNAH. AGENCY AT COLUMBUS, WlLl.receive Deposits—and Checks for sale on New York Macouand Savannah. Apri 124—twtf RICHARD PATTEN, ACADEMY. MR. C. 11. CLEVELAND, vyOULD most respectfully nnnounce to the citizens of ’ ’ Columbus, that he will commence the exercises ol his Dancing Academy the first week in October. All the genteel and fashionable Dances of the day will be taught dunr.g the session. Terms of tuition made known hereafter by circulars. Sept. 20-twtf. OAT STRAW, THE Rock Island Paper Mills want to purchase! 1)0 tons of CLEAN INSIDE SHUCKS and 50 tous of OAT STRAW, for which will be paid 810 per ton be paid, delivered in bales. Columbus, Ga., July 31,1855 —tw<fcwtf. DISSOLUTION, THE Arm of HALL & MCSES ’was dissolved on the first of January, 1855, by the death of J. 1. Moses. HERVEY HALL, Surviving Partner. COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. THE undersigned have entered into the H.IRI)-ffS. r ,E H USINESS. under the firm at and name of HALL, MOSES t OO HERVEY HALL, ISAAC I. MOSES, JACOB P. HENRICKS WILLIAM A. BEACH. February 13, 1855. wfctwlf. SPECIAL 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 tune, payments will be required twice a year; say Ist May aud Ist January. On all amounts unpaid at the time? specified, we shall claim and expect interest until paid. E. BARNARD, & CO. Columbus, Jan. let,’ss. jan 11—w&twtf. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17, 1855 TRI-WEEKLY. HENRY W. VERST! 1.1,E, Commission & Forward’g Merchant, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, RE FERENCES: Hon. John W. Anderson, Savannah, Ga. Messrs. Holcombe, Johnson fcCo. “ Hon. Henry VV. Milliard. Montgomery, Ala. Maj. John H. Howard, Columbus, Ga. Dr. Henry Lockhart, “ “ E. B. Young, Esq , Eufaula, Ala. junlßwtwtf J. C. RUSE, J. H. DAVIS, W. H. LONG. ” ruse; DAVIS & LONG,""” COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND SHIPPING AGENTS, SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. WILL purchase andsell cotton and other produce on com mission, and strictly attend to forwardinggoods and filling or ders Irom ihe country. Ruse, Patten & Cos., agents Columbus, by whom liberal ad vances will be madeou consignmentseitherto or through us to our friends in Liverpool or the North. July 9, 1853—w&twtf ANDREWS, RIDGWAY &, CO. DEALERS IN STAPLE DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, WINES, LIQUORS, &C., &C. (Four Doors below Hill & Dawson’s old Corner) BROAD STREET, {COLUMBUS, GA. Columbus, Oct 15,1853. — BAGGING AND BALE ROPE. -j f\{\ Bales India Bagging. lUI/ 500 Coils Rope. For sale by GREENWOOD A GRIMES. Columbus, Sept 13, 1854—tw&wtf MANLEY & HODGES. ARE now in receipt of the most Elegant Assort* ment of Dry G-oodLs they have ever offered to the community. All are to call and see us, for we ,are confident we can please in Style, Quality and Price. oct2—wtwtf A SPLENDID Line of Ladles Dress Silks, of entirely new styles. Finest French Printed DeLaines. Embroideries of every variety. Richardson’s Pure Housewife Linens. oct!—w&twtf- MANLEY & IIODGES. Fine Pure Shakcr'FlaimeL Silk Warp •** Superior 4-4 English “ oct2—twtf MANLEY & HODGES. Barnsley’s Table iDamask. 90 to 108 inch. Best Linen Sheeting, Napkins. Towelling, &c. 10, 11 & 12—4 Best Bed Blankets. A superior lot of Negro do. oct2 —twtt MANLEY & HODGES. Velvet Brussells 52 8k 3 ply Carpets. Oil cloths lor Booms and Passages. Cheneile and Velvet Rugs. oct2 .twtf __ MANLEY & HODGES. Ladles CLOAK CLOTHS ol various colors and Trimmings to match. White and Colored Marseilles Quilts. oct2—twtf MANLEY fcHODGES. Enquirer copy. ” HOMS AGAIN ! I TAKE this opportunity of informing my friends and pat rons that 1 have re-opened my CLOTHING ESTABLISH MENT and would solicit an inspection of my very choice and superior Stock of Goods, selected by myself from the best and most lashionable Marks in London and Paris,consisting of Black and Fancy Broadcloths, Cloths and Cassinieres, Doeskins, Benvers, ‘J'weeds and Vestings, Suitable for the ensuing seasons. My HOSIERY DEPARTMENT is perhaps the most com plete, choice and fashionable assortment in the State, having been selected irom the most celebrated mannfactoriesin Brit ain and Continental Europe. Partu s wishing to purchase will see at once the propriety of giving me a call, as my goods are fresh from the original mar kets and fashionable to the last degree. My Light and Fancy Stock Comprises Fine Irish Linen Shirts & Collars, Silk, Lawn, and Linen Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, and Gents Embossed Leather Belts, And an elegant assortment of NECK TIES of superior styles and shades. They are unmatched and unmatchable in this country. Persons wishing to avail themselves of my styles of cut ting and making, will find them superior to anything hitherto presented to the public of Columbus. J- SHEET ON, Merchant Tailor. oct2s—tw9t Broad Street Columbus, Ga. GEORGIA, Early county: Court of Ordinary , August Term, 1855. Rule Ni Si.—Stephen Peacock, administrator onthe es tate of Kaiford Peacock, deceased, having applied for let ters dismissory: It is Ordered, That all persons concerned show- cause, if any they have, why said administrator may not he dismissed from said administration at the court of ordinary to be held in and for said county on the first Monday in March next. A true transcript from the minutes of said court, August 7th 1835. auglO—w6m S. S. STAFFORD, Ord. MARION Court of Ordinary. FEBRUARY TERM, 1854. Present E. W. Miller, Ordinary, & e Clerk Ex-Officio. j IT appearing to the Court by the petition of James C. Postell, that John Murray, late of said county, deceased, did in his lifetime, make and execute to James W. Postell, his bond con dition to execute titles in fee simple to D. O. Postell for lots of land Nos. 89, 88, 73, & 87 less thirty (30) acres more or less off of lot No 73 ; the amount sold to D. G. Smith ten acres off of 89, the quantity sold Jenkins and Clyat containing seven hun dred and seventy acres, more or less in the 9th district of Hous ton county. And it further appearing that the said John Mur ray departed this life without executing titles to said land, or in anyway providing for the same therefor ; and further that the saidJ. C. Postell has transferred said bond to James W. Postell, and that all the purchase money for said lots has been paid, and the said James W. Postell has petitioned this Court to direet Stephen S. Murray, administrator upon the estate of said John Murray, deceastd, of said county, to make and exe cute title to him in conformity to said bond to said laud- It is ordeied by the Court that notice be given in three or more public places in said county, and in the Columbus Tiroes &. Sentinel, of said application, that all persons concerned may file tl.eir objections, if any they have, in my office, why Stephen S. Murray, administrator as aforesaid, should not make titles to said land in conformity to said bond., A true extract irom the minutes of said Court of Ordinary, this Feb. 9th, 1854, octlw3m E. VV. MILLER, Ordinary. TWO Months after date application will be made to the Court of Ordinary of Early county, lor leave ho iseli the Real Estaie belonging to the estate ot Drayton ißlackbury deceased, by JOHN J. BIRD, Adm’r. Blakely, Ga. Sept. 7tb, IBc3. seplsw2m GEORGIA, Early County: Court of Ordinary, August Term, 1855. RULE NI Sl.—Zadock and Green W. Cdum, adminis trators on the estateof Dilda.ha Odum deceased, having applied for lettersdismissory: It is Ordered, That all persons concerned, show cause, it any they have, why said administrators may not be dismissed from said administration, at theCourtof Ordinary to beheld iu and for said county on the flrsi Monday in March next. A true transcript irom the .minutes of said court. August 7thlß>s. auglO—wom S. S. STAFFORD, Ord. ADMINISTRATORS’ S ALE. —Will be sold on Tuesday 11th of December next, at the late residence of Benjamin Mil ler, deceased, in Tayior county, all the personal jproperly Ibe loaging to said deceased, consisting of Household and Kitchen furniture, Cora, Fodder, Stock Ol all kinds, Ac. Terms on the day. WM. H. MILLER, .fdm’r, Uct ~5, 1853. oc7-tv4ocj Sale of Creek Indian Beserved Lands in Alabama. Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs, August 31,1855. PUBLIC notice is hereby given that, agreeable to the provisions of the first section of the act ol the 3d of March, 1837,entitled “An act to authorize and sanction the sales of reserves provided for Creek Indians in the treaty of March twenty-four, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, in certain cases, and for other purposes,” the several pieces or parcels of land hereinafter described, lying in the Coosa and Tallapoosa land districts, in the State of Alabama, will, at the times and places designated, be exposed for sale at pub lic auction to the highest bidder, for ctsh,in separate pieces or parcels as described, the same to be patented to the re spective purchasers upon the payment of the purchase mo ney, viz: On Wednesday, the 2Gth day of December, 1855, at the land of office for the Coosa Disirict, in Leb anon, the following described tracts, which have been de cided as unsold : Those of range six [6] east. The south half of section twenty-five [25,J in township eighteen (18 ;) and West hall of section seven [7,] in township twenty-two [22.] Ot range seven [7,] east. The west half of section thirty-one 131,] in township thirteen [l3,] and West half of section twelve [l2,] in township fourteen [l4.] Os range nine [9,1 east. The south half of section ten J 10,3 in township eighteen 18,] and South half of section twenty-one [2l] in township twen ty [2O.J The north half of section thirteen [l3,] in township twenty two [22,] of range [lo] east. In township sixteen [l6,] of range eleven [ll,] east. The west half of section twenty-nine [29,] and west hall of section thirty (30,) And the west half of section twenty two (22,) in town ship eighteen (18) of range eleven Cl 1) east. Also, at the same time and place, the following descri bed tracts, which have been claimed under alleged purcha ses Irom the reservees, their heirs, or otherwise, but which purchases have not been perfected by the payments of the amounts of consideration respectively alleged, or the pro duction of evidences of such payment to the proper parties in interest, will be sold in the same manner, unless such payment is made or evidence thereof adduced, in accord ance with the requirements of the government, through the office of Indian Afiairs, by or before the 15th of Novem ber 1855, viz: The east half ot section eight (8,) in township twenty (20,) of range three (3) east. Os range four (4) east. The east half of section twenty-two (22) in township nineteen (19;) and North half of section eighteen (18,) in township twenty (20.) The west hall ol section thirty-two (32,) in township seventeen (17,) of range six (6) east. Os range seven [7J east. The south half of section thirty-four [34,] in township fourteen [l4 ;J and South half of section ten 110,] in township twenty [2o.] The east half of section twenty-six, (26,) in township sixteen, (16,) of range eight (8) east. And of range ten [lo] east. The west half of section twenty-seven f27,] in township sixteen [l6,] and north half of section thirty-one (31,) in township seventeen Ll7.] And on Wednesday, the 9th day of January, 1856, at the land office lor the Tallapoosa district, in Mont gomery, the following described unsold tracts of land, viz The south half of section eight (8,) in township twenty three (23,) of range sixteen (16) east. The north half of section thirty-one (31,) in township twenty-two (22,) of range seventeen (17,) east. Os range eighteen (18) east. The west half of section fourteen (14,) in township nine teen (19;) West half of section twenty-four (24,) in township nine teen (19 ;) East half of section six (6,) in township twenty-three (23 ;) and North halfof section seven (7,) in township twenty-four (24.) The west half of section thirteen [l3,] in tow’uship twen ty three [23,] of range nineteen [l9] east. In township twenty four [24,] of range nineteen [l9] east. The south half of section eight [8 ;] North half of section nine [9;] North halfof section ten [10;] North half ot section seventeen [l7 ;j South half of section seventeen [ 17,] and North half of section twenty one [2l.] The south half of section thirty six [36,] in township eighteen [lß,] o! range twenty [2o] east. In township eighteen (18,) of range twenty one [2l] oast. The west half of section thirty one [3l ;) West hall of section thirty two [32 ;j and East half of section thirty two [32.] In township twenty [2o], of range twenty one [2l] east. The whole of section thirteen [l3 ;] and the South hall of section twenty nine [29 ;] The west half of section thirty two [32,] in township twenty one [2l,] of range twenty one [2l] east. The south half of section twenty two [22,1 in township ! seventeen [l7,] of range twenty two [22] east. The west halfof section thirty lour 134,] in township eighteen [lß,] of range twenty two [22,] east. The north half of section thirty one [3l,] in township seventeen [l7,] of range twenty three j 23,] east. The west half of section twenty nine [29,1 in t ownship eighteen [IB,J of range twenty three ( 23] east. The south halfof section three [3,j in towuship sixteen [l6,] of range twenty four [24] east. The north half of section eleven (11,] in township eigh teen [lß,l of range twenty four [241 east. The south half of section fourteen [l4,] in township twen ty four [24,] of range twenty-six [26] east. The south half of section thirty one [3l,] in township fif teen [ls,] of range twenty seven [27] east. The north half of section thirty one [3l,] in township eighteen [lß,] of range twenty seven 127] east. In township seventeen [l7,] of range twenty eight [2B,] east The south half of section loui [4 ;J and North half of section eight [8. j And the south half of section five [s,] in township fifteen ]15,1 of range twenty nine [29.] east. Also, at the same time and place, the following de* scribed tracts which have been claimed under alleged pur chases from reservees, their heirs, or otherwise, but which purchases have not been perfected by the payments of the amounts of consideration respectively alleged, or the pro duction of evidences of such payment to the proper parties in interest, will be sold in the same manner, unless such payment is made or evidence thereof adduced, in accord ance with the requirements of the government, through the office of Indian Affairs, by or before the 15th day of No vember, 1855, viz: The south half of section fifteen 15, in township twenty two 22, of range sixteen 16, east. In township twenty-two 22, of range seventeen 17, east. The east half of section seven 7 ; West half of section seven 7 ; and West half of section twenty-four 24. In township twenty-four 24, of range seventeen 17, east. The north half of section twenty-tour [24;] South half of section twenty four [24 ;] and East half of section thirty six [36 ] Fractional sections six [6] arid seven [7J in township nineteen [19,1 of range eighteen [ 18] east. The west half of section five [SJ in towmship twenty [2O,J of range eighteen [lßl east. The west half of section one [l,] in township twenty, four ]24,j of range eighteen [lß] east. The south half of eeetion three 13,] iu township nineteen [19.1 of range nineteen [l9] east. The south half of section twenty-five [25,] in township seventeen [l7 J of range twenty [2o] east. The east half of section twenty-nine [29, j in town ship nineteen [19,1 of range twenty so] east, In township twentv-one (21,) of range twenty (20) eau the south half of section twenty-two (22,) and the south half of section twenty-five (25.) In towmhip twenty-two (22,) of range twenty (20) east. The east half of section nine (9 ;) and The east half of section seven <7) in township twenty three (23) of range twenty (20) east. In township twenty Tour (24,) of range twenty (20) east. The north half of section nine (9;) and West half of section twenty-two (22.) The south half ot section twenty-six (26,) in township twenty-one (21,) of range twenty-one (21) east. The north half ol section thirty-five (35.) in township twenty-two (22.) of range twenty-one (21) east. The west half section seventeen (17,) in township twenty four (24,) of range twenty-one (21) east. In township seventeen [I7J of range twenty-two [22] east. The north half of section thirteen [l3;] and East half of section twenty-five (25.) The south half ot section three (3,) in township fifteen (15,) of range twenty-three (23) east. The east half of section twenty-nine (29,) in township seventeen [l7,] of range twenty-three [23] east. The west hall of section four [4,] in township eighteen, [lß,] of range twenty-three [23] east. The north hall of section two [2,] in township twenty [2o,] of range twenty-three [23] east. The east hall of section filteen [ls,] in township twenty two [22,] of range twenty-four [24] east. The north hall of section seventeen [l7,] iu township, [2o,] ol range twenty-five [2s] east. The south half of section six [6,1 in township twenty-two [22,] of range twenty-five [2s] east. The west halt ot section four [4,] in township wenty one [2l,] of range twenty-six [26] east. The south half of section twenty two [22,] in township eighteen [lß,] of range twenty-seven [27] east. The north half of section thirty-three [33,] in township twenty-one [2l,] of range twenty-seven (27) east. The south half of section twelve (12,) iu township twen ty two (22,) of range twenty-seven (27) east. The west half ot section seventeen (17,) in township leeven (11,) of range twenty-eight (28) east. The south hall of section thirty-one (31,) in township eighteen (18.) of range twenty-eight (28) east. The west half of section tour (4,) iu township twenty-two (22,) of range twenty-eight (28) east. The east half of section nineteen (19,) in township eveven (11,) of range twenty-nine (29) east; and the south half of section thirty-three (33,) in township seventeen (17,) of range twenty-nine (29) east. These sales will commence at the hour of 12 o’clock, m., of each day above designated, and continue until all of the lands then subject to sale under this notice are offered. CHARLES E. MIX. Sept 18—w’tilUJan. Acting Commissioner. mldwifery. MRS. JANK M’GINTY offers her professional servi ces to the people of Columbus and vicinity. She has had thirty years experience in the business and flatters herself that by strictattentionshe will merit the public patronage. She may be found, when not professionally engaged, at her residence on Jackson street, just below the Methodist Mission Church. [marl5 —twtf. FOR SALE. HAVING removed to my plantation I offer for ■ J sale my late residence, just south of my father’s ■S ■ cjP (^ a j° r John H. Howard’s) and east of the Musco gee Hail Road Depot. It is one of the most desir able homes in or about Columbus. Mr.Goetchius will show the place to those who wish to purchase. Communications addressed to meat Eufaula, Ala. iun9—twtf. R-R. HOWARD* THE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, ELEVENTH YEAR. THE Eleventh Annual Volume of this useful publica tion commences on the 17th day of September next. The “Scientific American” is an illustrated periodical, devoted chiefly to the promulgation of information relating to the various Mechanic and Chemic Arts, Industrial Man ufactures, Agriculture, Patents, Inventions, Engineering, Millwork, and all interests which the light of practical science is calculated to advance. 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ALDWORTH VI/ILL continue to carry on the business at the old stand on Randolph Street. Work done in the best style. Bfid at the ofo'rtest notice. R, [VJ.. ALDWORTH. Columbus, Oa., Aug- 31, 1855. [NUMBER 138