TENNENT LOMAX & ROSWELL ELLIS,
EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS.
TUB TIU-WBEKLY TIMES A SENTINEL
s published EVERY tVF.DJYRSDA Y and FRIDAY MO RJf
/AYJ and SATURDAY EVEFTINQ.
THE WEEKuV TIMES A SENTINEL
published every TUESDAY MU RATING.
Office on Randolph Street, opposite the Post Office.
TRI-WEEKLY,Five Dollars per annum, in advance.
WEEKLY, Two Dollars per annum,in advance,
t y* vdvertiseineuts conspicuously inserted at On* Dollar
per square, for the first insertion, and rim cents lor every sub
~ioeral deduction will be made for yearly advertisements.
Halos of Land and Negroes, by Administrators, Executors, or
Oiurdians, are required by law to be held on the first Tuesday
in the month, between the hours of ten in the forenoon and
th/ee in the afternoon, at the Court House in the county in which
the property is sitaate. Notices oi these sales must be given in
a public gazette Jorty days previous to the day of sale.
JYotices for the sale of Personal Property must be given at
least ten days prof ions to the day of sale*
Notice to Debtors and Creditors o fan Estate must be publish
ed forty days.
Notlcethat application will bo madeto the Court o iOrdinarjr
for loave to sell Landor Negroes, must be published eekly for
Citations for Letters of Administration must be published
thirty days —for 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
of three months —for compelling titles from Executors or Admin
istrators, where a bond has been given by the deceased, the full
space of three months.
Publications willalways be continued according to these, the
egal requirements,unless otherwise ordered.
BUSINESS CARDS. ~
HAVING connected with our Printing Office, a full
and complete assortment of Book Binder’s tools and
tock,and also added to our Pri 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
BLANK WORK, of every description, wilh or with
out printing, made to order, in the neatest manner.
WAIt 15 HOUSE PRINTING, Receipts, Drafts,
Notes, Bills of Lading, &c., &c., executed neatly and
promptly, and bound in any desired style.
RAILROAD and steamboat blanks,
ol all kinds got upjwith accuracy and dispatch.
Bill Heads, Cards, Circulars, Hmul Hills,
Posters, Programmes, &c., &c., printed in the.shor
test notice and in the best style.
Magaziue and Pamphlets put up in every style o
Books o all kinds rebound strongly and neatly.
LOMAX <*, ELLIS.
Columbus, April 15,1854.
DR. LEE, DENTIST,
HAH returned and will resume Hhe practice
of his profession on .Monday the 15th inst...
Office corner of Broad and Randolph streets—over Mygatt’s
(JjTpPpPl CUSHMAN* DFNTIST.
I-T Removed across to No. 48 broad Street, over
Purple’s Jewelry Store. oct2—wtwtf.
J. A. FOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL attend punctually to all criminal and civil cases en
trusted to him in any of the courts of the surrounding
counties of this State and Alabama.
Office on corner of Broad and Randolph streets, over Manley
REFERENCES—Hon. A.lverson, j
Tennent Lomax, > Columbus, Ga.
Dr. Stanford, S
Samuel F. Kice, )■ Montgomery, Ala.
R. J. MOSES,
ATTORNEY AT LA .
pr’Offlce Hours from 9 A. M. to 4 P.
N- R. All business entrusted to mo will be faithfully
attended to. _ octll—w&twly.
ROBERT N. HOWARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
September 8, 1855. —twAwlf.
ROBERT E. DIXON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office over E. Barnard’s & Co.’s Store
I AMES HAMILTON. WM. F. PLANE
HAMILTON & PLANE,
Attorneys at Law,
Will practice in the Courts of the adjoining counties
in thisStateand Alabama. decs—w&twtf.
PEYTON H. COLQUITT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
cr Office in St. Mary’s Baik Building.
J. M. RUSSELL,
ATTORSKV AT I, AW ,
Dlflce at present, with G E Thomas, Esq., over J R Berfd &. Cos
Broad Street—Columbus. Geer:> a.
Columbus, April 9, 1855. wirtwtf
COTTON YARNS FOR SALE
At 80 cents per. Bunch, “Cash.”
July 11-‘-twtf. WINTER FACTORY.
WRAPPING AND NEWS PAPER,
OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES,
[FOR Sa LE AT ’
Rock Island Paper Mill Office,
IN FRONT OF PALACE MILLS.
TERMS CASH, june 16—w&twtf
BACON & FLOUR.
inn nnn pounds Tennessee j bacon.
lv'U UUv* UK) Sacks Tennessee Flour.
40 Bbls. Howard Street Flour—a Superior Article.
Together with a well assorted Stock oi GROCERIES
which will be sold at thv lowest market price Bv
ANDREWS, RIDGWAY & CO.
Columbus Ga., May 29, 1855. w&twtf.
A N D M A N UPACTORE D.
WOOI. Carded at \ toll or 10 cents per lb. Manufactured
into Lmsey on shares of ouobalf,ox fifteen cents peryd.
Cos umbua, may 28. WINTER FACTORY.
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.’ 1
WlLLattend promptly to the purchase of COUNTRY
PRODUCE, or any other business entrusted to his care.
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.
DR. T. 8. TTJOGrLE,
OFFICE OVER MULLFORD’S ON BROAD STREET,
Columbus, January 10th, 1855. twly.
FIVE HUNDRED COILS FANCY
KENTUCKY BALE ROPE.
Justreceivedand for sale attho Alabama Warehouse by
J. I. RIDGWAY.
Columbus, Ga., May 4—twtf
Drs. BROOKS & CARRIGER.
n HAVlNGassociatedthemselveiitogether in tue various
dBW branches of their profession, they will be enabled there-
YJhT by to give more general satisfaction to allwho may favor
them wilh their confidence.
Dr. Carriger is fully prepared and willgivespecial attentionto
all cases ot SURGERY entrusted to hiscare.
Office in VViuter’s Bank Building.
EAGLE MANUFACTURING CO.
TH FI 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 i SHIRT
ING, Gotton Stripes, of great variety oi Pattern;
COTTON A DUS, embracing many newsttyles;
Negro Kerseys fc Pine Knot Plains,
Planters’ Casimeres, Truck for Trowsers,
Sewing Thread, Shop Twine, Mattresses,
To Cash purchasers inducements will be offreed.
dec2B—twtf. J. R.BROWNE, Ag’t.
M. SARONI would respect
fully inform his friend 4 and the “citizens ot Columbus that he
will return to his duties o 1 or about the 80th of Sept’r.
He would also add that he wM bringwith him a large and
splendid assortment ol New and Fashionable MUSIC, Vocal
as well as Instrumental. aug2B—twtf
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
Is now selling Domestics and Yarns,
At the Usual Rates, 10 Per Cent off,
ColumbiiH, Ga February 10. wtf.
MTHE HOUSE AND LOT at present occupied by
the subscriber. Possession given immediately.
H. T. HALL.
April 20, 1855—twtf
MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE
BANK OF SAVANNAH.
AGENCY AT COLUMBUS,
WILL receive Deposits—and Checks for sale on New York
Aprl 124—twtf RICHARD PATTEN.
MR. C. H. CLEVELAND,
VATOULD most respectfully announco to the citizens of
™ Columbus, that he wiil commence the exercises oi his
Dancing Academy the first week in October.
All the genteel and fashionable Dances of the day will
be taught during the session.
Terms of tuition made known hereafter by circulars.
WILL go out from our Nursery to lay out Gardens anywhere
in the State of Georgi a, or the adjoining counties in Ala
bama. Address Moses At Lee,
<>ct23 —twtf ESQUELINF. HILL NURSERY.
MRS. JANE M’GINTY offers ber professional servi
ces to the people of Columbus and vicinity. She has had
thirty years experience in the business and flatters hersell
that by strict attention she will merit the public patronage.
She may be found, when not professionally engaged, at her
residenceon Jackson street, just below the Methodist Mission
Church. [marl5 —twtl.
THE late firm of R, M. Aldworth & Cos. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts due
the firm must be paid to R. M. Aldworth.
R. M. ALDWORTH & CO.
Columbus,Ga. Aug. 31, 1855.
Tin and Sheet Iron Manufactory.
It. M. ALDWORTH
VIjILL continue to carry on the business at the old stand
W on Randolph Street. Work done in the best style
and at the shortest notice. R. M. ALDWORTH.
Columbus, Ga., Aug. 31, 1855. tw6m.
i Land for Sale !
fCjb THE subscriber offers for sale his valuable planta-
situated on Chattahoochee river,in Henty county,
twelve miles below Eufaula, containing Sixteen
Hundred Acres, more or less. There are one hundred
acres of uncleared river ibottom .that will produce a bag of
cotton to the acre. There are on the premises a tine dwelling
twelve framed negro fumes, a good well of water, and a never
failing spring: a fine gin carried by water power. With little
expense a good mill could be put in operation. All of the
fields have running water in them, supplied by unfailing
springs. Forpirityof water the springs cannot be exceeded
in the South. The lan iis productive and the titles indisputa
ble. Tothose who are disposed to see the place, I say come,
ands am sure you will embrace this opportunity of acquiring
a good farm. Z. C. WILLIAMS.
‘FARMERS’ & EXCHANGE BANK”
Os Charleston, South Carolina.
AGENCY AT COLUMBUS.
DILLS oo New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Charleston.
]> Sivaunahaui Augusta, discounted at customary rates
Sight Exchange ou anyofthe above named cities for sale
F..T. TAYLOR, Age. t.
Office next door to the Post Office.
O*l ‘ **"'•’ G w * m'wtm
DRS. SCHLEY & DAVIsT^
OFFICE OVER ST. MARY'S BANK BUILDING
, 00127—twtf UP STAIRS.
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, FRIDAY MORNING!, DECEMBER 7,1855
MANLEY & HODGES.
ARE now in receipt of the most .Elegant Assort
they have ever offered to the community. All are .invited to
call and see us, for we .are confident we can please m Stylo,
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.
octi—w&twtf MANLEY fcIIODGES.
I pine Pure Shaker Flannel.
1 Silk Warp “•
Superior 4-4 English “
oct2—twtf MANLEY & HODGES.
Barnsley’s Table Damask.
90 to 108 inch. Best Linen Shotting,
Napkins. Towelling. &c.
10, 11 & 12—4 8.-st Bed Blankets.
A superior lot of N gro do.
ocl2— twtf MANLEY Ac HODGES.
Velvet Brussells 2 A 3 ply Carpets.
Oil loths for Keomsatul Passages.
Chenelle and Velvet Rugs.
oct2 -twtf MANLEY At HODGES.
Ladies CLOAK CLOTHS ot various colors and Trimmings
White and Colored Marseilles Quilts.
oct2— twtf MANLEY & IIODGES.
I TAKE this opportunity of informingmy 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
aud most fashionable Marks in London and Paris, consisting of
Black and Fancy Broadcloths,
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Tweeds and Vestings,
Suitable for the ensuing season*.
My HOSIERY DEPARTMENT is perhaps the most com
plete, choice and fashionable assortment in the State, having
been selected trotn the most celebrated manufactories in Brit
ain and Continental Europe.
Partit s wishing to purchase will see at once thepropriety ot
giving me a call, as my good* 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 Handkerchief*,
Suspenders, and Gents Embossed
And an elegant assortment of NECK TIES of superior
styles and shades. They are unmatched and unmatchable in
Persons wishing to avail themselves of my styles of cut
ting and making, w ll find them superior to anything hitherto
presented to the public of Columbus.
J. SMEETON, Merchant Tailor.
oct2 —tw9t Broad Street Columbus, Ga.
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
in Warren’s Arcade. oct4—tw3m.
“OLD TOM” GIN
JUST received a Superior article of “OLD TOM” GIN in
Bottles—a delicious beverage, and a most excellent.article
for medical purposes Also a Superior article ol Potash in tin
Cans. junl2—twtf. P. A. CLAYTON.
HAYGOOD’S Semi-Weekly STAGE LINE,
RUNS in connection with the Mobile &,
Girard Rail Road on Tuesdays aud Fridays.
oct6—twtf A. HAYGOOD, Driver.
r pHE Eleventh Annual Volume of this useful publica-
I tion commences on the 17th day ol September next.
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Reports of U. S. Patents granted are also published eve
ry week, including Official Copies oi all the Patent Claims
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six months. Five copies, for six months, $4; for a year SB.
For further Club rates and for statement of the lourteen
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Southern, Western and Canada money, or Post Office
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Letters should be directed (postpaid) to
MUNN & CO ,
128 Fulton Street, New York.
£3?° Messrs. Munn &, Cos., have been, for many years,
extensively engaged in procuring patents for new inven
tions, and will advise inventors, without charge, in regard
to the novelty of their improvements. aug2lwtw
RAGS! RAGS !
THE ROCK ISLAND PAPER MILLS
ARE paying three and a half cents cash per lb.
for clean Linen and Cotton Rags, In qualities oi oue hun
dred pouiuls ami upwards, and 3 cents tor quantities under
100 lbs. Woolen Rags not wanted.
Office in front of PALACE MILLS.
Columbus. On.. JUsv 9. 1855 wA-t wtf.
COW FEED! COW FEED !
ONE DIME PER BUSHEL!
For a short time, in order to reduce our File !!
WE are selling bran at6J cents per hundred pound., which
is less than 10 cents ptr bushel, and Snorts at 80 cents per
hundred. Keep your cows fat. No excuse at such prices.—
Where 1000 lbs at a time nre taken, we wl l sell at 50 cents tor
Bra and7o ceuts lor Shorts. Meal 70 cent* per bushel.
no v6—wtwtf. Winter’s Palace Mills.
Manufacturers’ & xMechanics’ Bunk, )
Columbus, Ga., June Ist, 1855. J
THIS Instittution having been re-organized under new Di
rectors ami Office is, as a local Bank of Georgia, is prepar
ed to receive deposites and furnish exchange on New York
Savannah, liontgoinery ami other points, at the usual rateF
and will take paper for collection.
J H. Fonia. Cashier. n e3o—wt&wtf
THE firm of OALL& MUSES ’was dissolved on the first o:
January, 1855, by the death of 4.1. Moses.
lIERVEY IIALL, Surviving Partner.
THE undersigned have entered into the HARD- JfSI~.E
BUSINESS, under the firm ard natneof HALL, MOSES
OO lIERVEY HALL,
IS A AO I. MOSES,
JACOB P. HEN RICKS
WILLIAM A. BEACH.
February 13,1855. w&twD.
Sale of Creek Indian Reserved Lands
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 of the 3d of
March, 1837,entitled “An act to authorize and sanction
the sales ot reserves provided for Creek Indians in the treaty
of March twenty-four, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, iu
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
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  east.
The half of section twenty five [25,] in township
eighteen (18 and
West hall ot section seven ‘7,| in township twenty-two
Os range seven [7,] east.
The west half of section thirty-one [3l,] in township
thirteen [l3,] and
West half of section twelve [l2,] in township fourteen
Ol range nine [9,1 east.
The south half of section ten ]lo,i in township eighteen
South half of section twenty-one [2l] in township twen
ty 120. J
The north half of section thirteen [l3,] in township
twenty two [22,] of range [ 10] east.
In township sixteen [l6,] of range eleven [ll,] east.
The west half of section twenty-nine [29,] and west half
of section thirty (30,)
And the west half of section twenty two (22,) in town
ship eighteen (18) of range eleven (11) east.
Also, at the same time and place, the fellowing descri
bed tracts, which have been claimed under alleged purcha
ses from the resorvees, 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 wilh the requirements of the government,through the
office of Indian Affairs, by or before the 15th of Novem
ber 1855, viz:
The east half ol 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
The west half of section thirty-two (32,) in township
seventeen (17,) of range six (6) east.
Os range seven  east.
The south half of section thirty-four [34,] in township
fourteen [l4;] and
South half of section ten [ 10,] in township twenty [2o.]
The east half of section twenty-six, (26 ,) in township
sixteen, (16,) of range eight (8) east.
And of range ton [lo] east.
The west half ol section twenty-seven [27,] in township
sixteen [l6,] and north half of section thirty-one (31,) in
township seventeen [l7 ]
And on Wednesday, tlieHlh 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.
ui 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;)
North halfof section seven (7,) in township twenty four
C 24 ->
The west halfof section thirteen [13,1 in township 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 [B;]
North half of section nine [9;]
North half of section ten [10;]
North half ol section seventeen [l7 ;j
Soum half of section seventeen [l7,] and
North halt of section twenty one [2l.]
The south half of section thirty six [36,] in township
eighteen [lß,] ol range twenty [2o] east.
In township eighteen (18,) of range twenty one [2l] east.
The west halfof section thirty one [31;)
West half 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 half 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 Tl7,] of range twenty two  east.
The west halfof section thirty lour [34,] in township
eighteen [IS,] of range twenty two [22,] east.
The north half of section thirty one [3l,] in township
seventeen [l7,] of range twenty three [23,] east.
The west half of section twenty nine [29,1 in township
eighteen [IB,J of range twenty three |23] cast.
The south halfof section three [3,] in township sixteen
[l6,] of range twenty four  east.
The north half of section eleven (11,] in township eigh
teen [lß,l ol range twenty four  east.
The south half of section fourteen [l4,] in township twen
ty four [24,] of range twenty-six  east.
The south half of section thirty one [3l,] in township fif
teen [ls,] of range twenty seven  east.
The north halfof section thirty one [3l,] in township
eighteen [IB,J of range twenty seven  east.
In township seventeen [l7,] of range twenty eight [2B,] east
The south half of section feui [4;J and
North half of section eight [8 J
And the south half of section live [s,] in township fifteen
]15,1 of range twenty nine [29J 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 oi the
amounts of consideration respectively alleged, or the pro
duction of evidences ot 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 ot No
vember, 1855, viz:
The south hall 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 halt of section seven 7 ;
West half of section seven 7 ; and
West half ol section twenty-four 24.
In township twenty-four 21, of range seventeen 17, east.
The north half of section twenty-tour [24 ;]
South half of section twenty four [24 ;] and
East half oi section thirty six [36 ]
Fractional sections six  and seven [7J in township
nineteen [l9,] of range eighteen [lß] east.
The half of section five [SJ in township twenty [2o,]
of range eighteen [lßl east.
The west half ot section one [l,] in township twenty
iour]24,J of range eighteen [lß] east.
The south hall of seetion three [3,] in township nineteen
[l9.] of r.mge nineteen [l9] east.
The south half of section twenty-five [25,] in township
seventeen [l7,] of range twenty [2o] east.
The east half of section twenty-nine [29,] in town
kip nineteen [l9,] of range twenty [2o] east.
In township twenty-one (21.) of ranee twenty (20) 1
the south half of section twenty-two (22,) and the south half
of section twenty-five (25.)
In township 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 twentyfour (24,) of range twenty (20) east.
The north half of section nine (9;) and
West half ot section twenty-two (22.)
Ihe south half of section twenty-six (2G,) in township
twenty-one (21,) ot range twenty-one (21) east.
The north half ol section thirty-five (35,) in township
twenty-two (22.) of range twenty-one (21) east.
‘1 he west half section seventeen (17,) in township twenty
four (24,) of range twenty-one (21) east.
In township seventeen [l7,] oT range twenty two 
The north half of section thirteen [l3;] and
East half of section twenty five (25.)
The south halfofsection 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  east.
The west half of stction four [4,] in township eighteen,
[lß,l of range twenty-three  east.
The nosth hall of section two [2,] in township twenty
[2O,J of range twenty-three  east.
The east hall of section fifteen [ls,] in town fi hip twenty
two [22,] of range twenty-four  east.
The north half of section seventeen [l7,] in township,
[2o,] of range twenty-five [2s] east.
The south halt of section six [6,1 in township twenty-two
“2'2.1 of range
The west half of section four [4,] in township wenty
one [2l,] of range twenty-six  east.
The south half of section tw’enty-two [22,] in township
eighteen [lß,] of range twenty-seven  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.) in township twen
ty two (22,) ot range twenty-seven (27) east.
The west half of section seventeen (17,) in township
I leeven (11,) of range twenty-eight (28) east.
The south hall of section thirty-one (31,) in township
eighteen >18.) of range twenty-f ight (28) east.
The west half of section four (4,) in township twenty-two
(22,) of range twenty-eight (28) east.
The east half of section nineteen (19,) in totvnshipeveyen
(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—wtilUJan. Acting Commissioner
DOUBLE d AILY SERVICE.
MONTGOMERY, WEST POINT & OPELIKA
On and after the 16th July
‘DRAINS on this road will begoverd by the following
Leave Montgomery a. m.
Arrive at Columbus 11.50 a. m.
Arrive at West’Point 11.45a.m.
Leave < olumbus 8.40 a. in.
Arrive at Montgomery -.40 p. m.
Arrive at West Point 11.45 a. m.
Leave Montgomery B.MI p. m.
Arrive,at Columbus ‘2.45 a. IP,
“ West Point 2.30 a. in.
Leave Columbus i 1.30 p. m.
Arrive at Montgomery 7.:i a. m.
k * West Point 2.30 p. in.
Double Daily Connections are continued from West
Point to Atlanta and Nashville,and daily to Knoxville, Tenu.
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 ot the agent at the PERKY HOUSE
between the hours of 10 and 11 o’clock p.m.
jul26..w&twtf. S. G. JONES. Kng’r.fc Sup.
Change of Schedule
° N T - HE
MUSCOGKE RAIL ROAD!
OVER WHICH PASSES THE
GREAT NEW YORE AND NEW ORLEANS MAIL!
On and after July I6th,
THERE will be Two Dally Mail Trains between
Columbus and Macon —arrival and departure as lollows :
Arrive atCoiunibus 7K a.m.ano U l>. m.
Leave “ 4>* a. n . and l>£ p. in.
Arrive at Macon lOJj a. m. and 7nop. m.
Leave do 2.10a.m. and p.m.
IIOTII THAI If S
Making a complete connection between Montgomery, Ala., and
Augusta, Kingsville, Wilmington amt Charleston: also, with
Ceutral hail Road to Savannah, and Milledgeville, and with
the Macon and Western Trains to Atlanta, Chattanooga,
Nashville and Knoxville.
Also, connecting at Columbus with the Girard &'JI/obile
Railroad, for Eufaula.
But one change of Cars Let iveen Montgom
ery and Augusta, between which places are running
ar etui ha-gage Masters under heavy bonds, who will check
baggageand follow it through. 15. K WELLS,
Ooiumb is, 4 ily 17—tw&wtl Engineer and Sup’t
MOBILE AND GIRARD RAIL 110 AD.
ON and af er Friday, <Uh November, the Passenger & Freight
Train willjleave Girard at 2 P. M.daily, (Sundays excep
ted) connecting at Silver Run with a daily line of Stages
to Villula, Glenuville,Eufaula, FortCnines, and Marianna,Flo.
And on Tuesdays, and Fridays, at Colbert, with the Stages lor
lichee, Olivet. Enon, Hardaway, Chuunenuggee, Midway, P
rote and Union Springs.
Leaving Colbert at A. M., daily, (Mondays excepted)
arrive atGirard at BA. M., connecting with the Opelika arm
Round trip, tickets good for four days can be purchased
at Girard and Silver Fun. at less than the regular rate.
X3T All Ireight must be paid before goods will be discharg
Way freight must in in all cases be paid in advance.
Down freights must be delivered by o’clock on the days
R. A. HARDAWAY.
Just Received, a Consignment of
•ft BBLS. Northern Apples
100 Bbls “ Potatoes.
50 “ “ Unious.
At the Grocery Store of HULL & BRADLEY.
Columbus. Oct. 23.
A CABINET MAKER* also a CHAIR MAKER* for
which liberal wages will be given.
K. G. JEFFERSON k CO
Columbus, Nov. 3d—twtf
A FIRBT Rate Saddler and Harness Maker. 27 years of ac,
£\. of good character, intelligent,sound and healthy.
JWL? No..3t‘BroadS E r B . .
Wanted to Hire
.X; k Able Negro Fellows, by the year, for which the
JJ highest price wtd be patd. Af ply ;j OWAR^
Col•!minis. On., novj p -tw2m Union Drav Company..
Brick Yard for Sale.
FOR SALE on liberal terms the Brick Yard at present
owned by the subscriber, containing 9 acres, together
with wagons, moulds. A-c. For'lurtlier particulars apply
to [novl3 —iwtl] MRS. ANN ADAMS.