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R. ELLIS & Cos., Publishers, VOLUME VI. THE COLUMBUJ DAILY TIMES (9 published every morning (Sundays excepted.) at Six Dollars per annum, in advance. Sev* en Dollars if not paid before the expiration ol the year. THE COLUMBUS WEEKLY TIMES lepublished every TUESDAY MORNING, at Two Dollars per annum, strictly in advance. Office on Randolph Street , opposite the Post Office. ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements of five lines or less in either the Daily or Weekly Times, will he inserted at 00 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each I subsequent insertion. Advertisements exceeding five lines will be charged 10 cents for the first, and five cents per 1 line tor each subsequent insertion. Displayed advertisements will be charged for the space they occupy. The following are the contracting rateg change able at pleasure: WEEKLY RATES. ,aitotCo I A i w I S No.of § 33 33 3 aoqo ! o o IB 3 B t 3 D s< l rs F i 3- 5- 33 S (si ‘ or w p .> i— 1—” : : 1 2 50 400 : 550 10 CK>’ 15 001 20 00 2.. 5 00 8 00 1 11 00| 20 00 25 00 30 00 3.. 7 5011 00 !14 50| 25 00j 35 00; 40 00 4 10 00 .5 00 I 19 00’ 30 00 40 OR 50 00 5 12 00117 00 I 20 00! 40 00 50 00 ! 60 00 6.. .. 15 00,20 00 25 00 ! 50 00 60 00 70 00 7.. .. 17 00 25 00 30 00 60 00 70 00 80 00 8 20 Ol) 3) 00 40 00 70 00 80 00 90 00 10 25 00140 00 j 50 00! 80 00 90 00 100 00 DAILY RATES. i • { l t*" - .1-1 ts to ! O to CS j N°,°f 3 3 3 3 3 ’ 3 000 O O o sars £ S ‘ 5 2. ! £ 3 rqrs. zr zr • ! Cb ® ’>J CD 1.. 500 700 9001300 17 00"2) 00 2 I 90012001400180025 00 30 00 | 3 12 00 15 00 18 00. 25 00 33 00 40 00 I 4 15 00 19 0 *i 22 00! 30 0 0 40 00 50 00 5 18 00 25 00 30 00: 40 00 50 00 60 00 6.. 2J 00 28 00 35 00 ; 50 00 60 00 70 00 7 25 00 33 00 41 00 60 00 70 8.. .. 30 00 38 00 46 00! 70 00, 80 00 90 00 10 4) 0” 50 (>0 60 OOj 80 OO] 90 00 100 00 Sales of Land and Negroes, by Adminisira tors, Executors and Guardians, are required by law to be held on the first Tuesday in the month between the hours of ten in forenoon and three in the afternoon, at the Court House inthe county in which the property is situate. Notices of these sales rna-t be given in a public gazette forty days previous to the day of sale. Notice for the sale of Personal property must be given at least ten days previous ,to the day of sale. Notice to Debtors and Creditors of an Estate must be oubliwhed forty days. Notice that application will bo made to the Court of Oriinary for leave to sell Lana or Ne groes, must be published weekly for two months. Citations for Letters of Administration must be published thirty days—for Dismission from Ad ministration, momnly 9ix months —for Dismission from Guardianship, forty days. Rules for Foreclosure of Mortgage must be published monthly for four months—for estab lishing lost papers for ‘.he full space of three months—for compelling titles from Executors or Administrators, where a bond has been givm by the deceased, the full space of three months. Publications will always be continued ac cording to these, the legal requirements, unless otherwise ordered. TIMES mm Mm sm PRINTING OFFICE. Randolph Street, Columbus, Georgia. HAVING in Bticcßßftil operation one of HOE A CO ‘S CYLINDER PRESSES RUNNING BY STEAM, We are prepared to execute, at short notice, every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, in unsurpassed style, as cheaply as can be done anywhere in the South. We have on hand a large variety of N E W JOB TYPE, and shall keep a constant sup ply of PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER, CARDS, &c. Our facilities for turning off this kind of work, wi*h promptness and despatch, will nmke it great ly to the interest of persons in want of POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, DEEDS, BONDS, DECLARATIONS, BANK CHECKS, BILLS OF LADING, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, DRAY RECEIPTS, BLANK NOTES, CATALOGUES, LABELS, WAYBILLS, Blanks of every description, &c. &e. Also RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT Blanks. Give us a call. This Department of our office is under the ‘su perintendence of Mr- D. S. Porter, whose long experience and acknowledged reputation as a Job Printer,are a sufficient guarantee that all work entrusted to his care will be executed wither ergy and faithfulness. We have now in connection with the office a complete BOOK BIBB3RY, and having recently secured the services of Mr.E >l. Clark (late of Philadelphia,) in this branch of our business, we pledge ourselves to give the most perfect satisfaction in the manufacture of Ledgers, Account Books, Dockets, Court Records. Steamboat and Rail Road Blank Becks, &c. We intend not to be outdone in the style and finish of* ur work, in either department, by any establishment South, and that we maybe <*b!e to make our prices satisfactory, we have adop^d the CASH SYSTEM. Sept. Ist, 18M. H. ELLIS & CO. Miltlas laili §tttte& McCOMB’S IRON TIE. FOR BALING COTTON. IS now offered for sale at the Alabama Ware house. The superiority of Iron over Rope for baling cotton has been so fully tested in the West for a lew years past as no longer to admit of any douut. Those wishing Ties (hoops,) will please send in their orders at any early date, that a supply may be kept constantly on hand. The orders should specify the length of the ties wanted—say 9, 91 or 10 feet, the only lengths now offered. No alteration of ti.e screw or box is necessary for their application, which is simple and rapidly done. They will be sold at 8 cents per pound. For ’ further information, apply to June 22—tw3m B. A.SORSBY. WILLIAM TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cuthbert, Randolph County, Georgia. VA/'ILL practice in the counties of Randolph, Calhoun, Terrell, Early, Clay, Baker, Dougherty, Miller and Stewart. . REFERS TO Wellborn, Johnson & Sloan, Attorneys at Law, Columbus, Georgia. All business intrusted to his care will receive immediate attention. June 6, 1858—wtw tf B. Y. MARTIN. J. J. MARTIN. ““MARTIN & MARTIN, Attorneys at Law, 60X,TTm38TJS, GA. Office on Broad Street—Over Gunby & Daniel. Columbus, Jan. 9, 1857. w&twlv. MARION BETHUNE, ATTORNEY AT LA W, TALBOTTON, Talbot County, Ga. October 24th, 1856. wtwtf. W. S. JOHNSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. C U S S E T A, Chattahoochee County, Ga. Gives hi a entire attention to the practice in Chat ttahoochee and adjoining counties, ap 26—wtwly* HOWARD & WEEMS! ~ ATTOENEYSATI AW, CHAWFORD, ALA. ROBERT N. HOWARD. WALTER H- WEEMS. Crawford, Ala., Juneß—wtwtf. BAUGH & SLADE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. CffTILL practice law in Muscogee and the adjoin- V? ing counties of Georgia and Alabama. S3T Office over Bank of Columbus, Broad St. | Robert bauqh. j. j. blade. Columbus, Ga. March 27 1857. wtwtf MOBLEY & FARLEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW , HAMILTON, GEORGIA. Hamilton, Geo. Feb. 4. 1858. wtwlv * PARKER & PARKER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, COLQUITT. Miller County, Georgia. WILL give their entire attention to the practice in South-western Georgia ; will also give prompt attentton to the col lection of all claims entrusted to theii care inthe following counties: Baker, Calhoun, Clay, Decatur, Dougherty, Early, Lee, Miller, Mitch ell. Randolph, Terrell and Worth. February 1, 1858—wtf. WM. M. CHAMBERS. WM. M . ROBBINS. J. A ROBBINS. Chambers, Bobbins & Bobbins, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, EUFAULA, ALABAMA. j WILL practice in the counties of Barbour, Pike, i Henry, Coffee, Dale and Rufsell. feb I—wlv AUCTION & COMMISSION BUSINESS. NEWFIBM; THE undersigned would inform their friends and the public that they have associated tnemselves together under the name end style of HARRISON & PITTS, at the old stand Nos. 59 and fil West side Broad Street, for the purpose of transacting the Anction* Commission, and Negro Business, and solicit their patronage. All business commit. ><l totheir care will b® promptly and faithfully attended to. They will give their personal attention to the sale of Real Estate, Negroes, Merchandise and Pro duce. Having houses fitted up expressly tor the purpose, they aro prepared to board, to purchase and sell Negroes on Commission. Liberal advances will be made as usual, on Ne groes&nd Merchandize. Administrators and Executors’ sales attended to on reasonable terms. gjTFrom 50 to 60 LIKELY NEGRGOES of all cH*eswlll be kept constantly on hand. CHAS. 8. HARRISON, GEORGE l. PITTS. Columbus. July 23,1857. iulv23—wtwtf BEDBI-L & WEEMS ? Wholesale and Retail GROCERY DEALERS, SBQObllißißlSi, ®l®. .5 eep constantly on hand a welitselec v te( j Stock comprising all articlesiu their line, which are offered totheir irieDds and the publie generally at the LOWEST MARKET PEI m CES. Give us a call. LOCK WEEMS. A. G. BEDELL, Columbus, Ga. Dec. 22. wtwtf. THE CARTER FACTORY CORN jfIILL, IS now in full operation, turning *out the best quality of Meal. Bring on your Corn. The highest market price paid for good Corn. Meal always on haad and for sale. Fw. 11—wtwtl HAMILTON BOLAND mime i ms piper, OF ALLSIZES ANDQUALITIES, FOR SjL LB AT Rock Island Paper Mill Office, IN FRONT OF PALACE MILLS. I TERM'S CASH. iopeWwtwtf THE UNION OF THE STATES, ANO THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1858. THE LIVER INVIGORATOE, h. PREPARED BY D R. S A N D F O R D, COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS. IS one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicine now before the public, that acts as a Cathartic, easier, milder, tand more effectual than any other medicine known. It is not only a cathartic, but a Liver Remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject its j morbid matter, then on the Stomach and Bowels ti> curry ofi the matter, thus | accomplishing }two purposes elfec’ually, without any of the painfullee lings experienced in theoperation of most’Ohatbar tics. It strengthens the system at the same time that it purges it; and when taken daily in moderate do ses, will strengthen and build up with unusual rapidity. The I.lver is one of frpj the principal regula-J tors ol the human bo- r~ , dy; and when ♦ ? per-’ formsitsJfuncUonswell, rK>( the powers of the sys- Item are fully develop )r(e d. Thestomachis al most eniirely depend- eut on the healthy ac tion oftheLiver lor the j X, proper of itsfuuctions, when the stomach isat fault the oowelsareat fault, ane the whole system euff ersin consequence organ—the Llv er—having ceased to ruji doits duty. For the disease of that organ, | one of the* proprietors has made it bis study, in apractice of more than twenty years, tojQifind some remedy wherewith to counter aetthe many derange ments to which it,is hn)liable. To prove that, this re- eN * medy is at last found, any person troubled Wl with Liver Com plaint,in any of its forms, has but to try a bottle, aud convictioi { is certain. These gums remove all morbid or bad mal ter fiom the system, j'"’ j supplying iiuheirgplace Ja healthy flow of bile, jm Ji vigoraiing the Sto mach, causing food to in digest weil, purify ing tile blood, tone aud health to the whole machine-?ry, removing! he cause oi the disease. —effec- ) a radical cure. Bilious attacks are cured, [and t wliat is Letter, lijJ prevented, by tr.e oc asional use ol the jfTl) Liver Invigors tor. Onedoseaiter ealingtnHjis relieve Hie stomach and pre (£w(yent the food from rising and souring * ( ! Only one “dose taken retiring, pre vents Nightmare 11 i> Only one dose |taken 7) at gnight, loosens * the bowels Jgently, and cures Costive ness. One dose taken after ) each w’ill cure Dyspepsia. dose of two 1, ( tea-spoonsful gwill al ways relieve Sick Headache. One dose taken obstruction re move the cause of the disease, and makes a per ect cure. Only onedose(imme- s’widiately relieves cholic, while One dose often repea lUj’ ted is a sure cure for Cholera Morbus, fr land a preventative ol Cholera. 43”-unly one bottle Jr ;is needed to Ihiov out of the system theeffects of medicine aftera long sickness. jij) ISTOne bottle tak- en for Jaundice re moves ail sallowness or j j unnatural color from the skin. One dose taken a F Hj ! short time before eat ing gives vigor to thciT (appetite and makes food digest well. One dose often repeated cures Chronic Diar rhoea,'(in its worst forms, while SUM JtES and Bowel ‘complaints yit-id almost to the first dose. One or two doses cures attacks caused byW orme in Children; there is no surer, safer, or speedier remedy iu T t,he world, as it never fails. vr A few bottles.cures Dropsy, by exciting j the! absorbants. We take pleasure in recommending Il ls medi cine as a preventive for Fever and ntgnr, Chills, E'c ver, and all Fevers of a Bilious Type, ( with certainty, and thousands to testify to its wonderful virtues. All who use it are giving their unanimous testimo ny in its favor. Mix water in the mouth with the Invigorates,and swallow both together. THE LIVER INVIGOR ATOR, Is a scientific Medical Discovery, and is daily wor king cures almost too great for belief. It cures as it by magic, even the first dosej giving benefit, and seldom more than one bottle itjrequired to eui t|aiiy kind of Liver Complaint, from the worstJaundiceor dyspepsia to a common headache, all ot which are the result ot a diseased liver. Price Ono Dollar per Bottle. SANFORD & CO. Proprietors,34s Broadway,New York WHOLESALE AO ENTS. Rarnes & Park New York; T. W. Doytt & Sons, ; Philadelphia; M. S. Burr <£- Cos. Boston;-H.H. Hay St. Cos. Portland; John D. Park, Cincinnati; Gaylard & Hammnd; Clevelaond, Fahnstock & DavisfChica go; O. J. Wood & Cos. St.. Louis Geo.H. Keyser, Pittsburg; 8. S, Hance, Baltimore. And retailed by all Druggists. Sold Wholesale and Retail by J. S. PEMBERTON & CO., BROOKS & CHAPMAN, DANFORTH NAGEL, May2o —-etwly and all Drugggisi*. TO THOSE INDEBTED. WE hereby give notice that all claims dus u, and not paid or satis actorily arranged, prior to the next return day of the respective counties in which the parties reside, will be sued. None shall be sligh ted. j mar2o—wtwtf. E. BARNARD & CO. THE LAST CALL ! MONEY WANTED. THE subscriber having purchased the entire interestoi V. R. TOMMEY, inthe Notes I and accounts of the late firm of J. ENNIS & CO 1 (which firm was dissolved on the first Oct. 1855,) ; would earnestly solicit all indebted to said firm, ! either by note or account, to call at the store oi ; .1. Ennis & Co.,and settle the same,or they wiil j find their Notes and Accounts in the hands of ! an officer for collection. J ENNIS. Columbus, Oct. wtwtf Beady for the Season! I VERY RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO MY friends and the public, that I have a sp'endid supply of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY,—! mean JACK SMITH’S SOUTHERN COR DIAL. the remedy for all classes of Bowel Diseases, Flux Dysenteries, Diarrhoea, (chronic or acute) the result of Measles, Typhoid Fevers, &c., and in fact all Spring and Summer Complaints of Children, and Children TeethiDg. It is the most reliable remedy, north, south, east or west—not withstanding tho world is disgusted with hum* buggery. lam a Georgian, and have lived in Columbus for the last sixteen years, and never expect to leave it. I appeal to my neighbors for all the evidence of the above facts, that the South ern Cordial has no equal for the above mentioned diseases. lam asking for the worst case m Geor gia,—and if 1 fail to cure it, it shall not cost tho parties one cent. Oh, if the world ccuid know as l know, and as my neighbors know, how many sufferers would fiod relief from thi? cordial; but oh, how great is prejudice! Down with your prejudice, one time; and try the Southern Cordial. It is a remedy adapted to this climate; :! -3 innocent in its nature and reliable in its med.c:>; properties, Please call at the Planter's Hotel, where 1 will take very great pleasure in satisfying soy unpreju - diced mind that it is economy itseU ‘or any and every family to keep a bottle at home. Ihe de mand is increasing daily. Call and give it one trial. JACK SMlTH,Planter’s Hotel April 12—wtw6g Columbus, Ga- F. LANDON, HATS ! fJj|S CAPS! hats JBIL caps -103 Broad St., Columbus, Has on hand an elegant assortment of Spring and Summer Hats, SILK, CASSI MERL, and SOFT HATS, ot every variety, color, size and shape. For sale C H E IP. Columbus, March 4, 1858. w&twtf I GREAT ATTRACTION ! Bargains ! Bargrins! Bargains! Earn bbssm®, WISHES to inform her friends, and | the public generally of Columbus and -Ss****- thevicinity, that she is now offering for sale a complete assortment ol GOODS, consisting in part ot— NEAPOLITAN BONNETS, from $2.00 to $2.50. MISSES GIPSIES SIOO BLOOMERS, from 87ic to $1.25. Handsome Gause R 1 BBONS, 25c per Yard. And a large lot of Swiss Trimmings at 20c per yard.—Call and see. Cheap for Cash. July 23,1857, w&twtf. NEW SPRING STOCK MANLEY & HOBBES ARE now in receipt of an elegant assortment of SPRING & SUMMER I) R V GOODS, to which they respectfully invite the attention ol customer consisting in part only of Elegant two and three Jupe Byadere Organdies, Robe a-Quille and Byadere SUMMER SILKS. Do. do. FRENCH JACONETTS. Plain Bareges ot all colors—Lubin’s manufac ture. A large lot of Figured and Plain Jackonett and Lawns at low prices. Edges and Insertings wrought on Irish Linen. Fine Linen Yokes—a beautiful article- Nainsook and Mull Muslins. 10,11 and 12-4Linnen and Cotton Sheetings. Emboidered and Lace Setts, French Collars of late style. ap3—wtwtf MANLEY & HODGES. FOR SALE, THE Subscriber Las on hand a few STILLS for ffi&nun nuring Peach Brandy or Wbis hy, which he wit o? very low. ALSO, Tin, Sheet Iron and Japan Ware, every description, w_,icl can be bought at the lewes rates. oneon sh and aot'c and'.//liberalterm**. J. B. HICKS,Agent, juiylS v vt Next taor below “Sans Souci” Rroad-itreet, LIVERY & SALE STABLE, THE undersigned having this ay purchased the Livery Stable now occupied by C. S. Hart & and formerly owned by Hatcher &, Pitts, will continue the business under thenameand style otIVEY & WILKINS, and by giving their persona l attention to the same hope to receive from the public a liberal share of its patronage. J. R. IVEY, July 16,1857. F. G. WILKINS. HAVING sold our Stable, as noticed above, we takepleasure in recommending to our friends, all drovers, and the public the new firm, and solicit for them a continuation of the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on us; be lieving our successors will anticipate your wants and attend to them personally, iuly 17—wtwtf. C. S. HART & CO. Beal Irish Poteen Whisky. THE subscriber is now manufacturing the real Irish Poteen Whisky, at his place one and a half miles from Columbus, which he warrants to be pure and genuine, and equal to the best Poteen Whisky manufactured under ground inlreland. Apart from its being a healthy and pleasant be verage, it is an excellent remedy for Colds, Diarrhoea, Worms, &c. For sale by the bottle at Brooks & Chapman’s Drug Store, at Braesill & Co’s by the drink or 2-herwise, and by ths gallon at the distillery. niar6— wtwtf A. BRANNAN. Rubber Belting. WE have on hand and for sale 3 and 4 Ply Rubber Belting, 6, 7 and 8 inches wide. Also a large and well selected stock of saiUMTsmaij, dibSb, All of which will be sold as low as can be bought in the market, by J. ENNIS & CO. Columbus, Ga. July 12, 1858. w3m Bacon! Bacon! VlfE Lave newonband and willbe constantly rc ceivinz, Prime Tennessee Bacon —Hams, Sides and Shoulders, which wo will sell at the lowest Com mission House prices. Mar2o—w&twtf E. BARNARD & CO. stssaiiriaiffl® liras'* THE HALLOTYPE PICTURES A. J. RIDDLE, HAS purchased of J. Gurney, of New York, the exclusive right for inking Hallotype Pictures, which is a littleaheadof anything in the way of Pic ture taking the world has ever seen. There Is noth ing to which they can be c. opared in the art oi Photography, but bear a strong resemblance to wax figures, for softness and beauty of light and shade. Ladies and geuttemen are invited to call andexam i in** specimens. 4rtist3 who desire to learn this new and beautiful ; art, and secure rights for other counties will please : call on A. J RIDGLK, Jolumbus Ga. Julv2s— RIVF PLANTATION FOR SALE. THE Subscriber now offers for sale his valu able river Plantation, eight miles above Fort Gaines, containing 715 acres, of which 615 are fi st rate River Bottomand the balance high Pine Land of good quality, embraenga good and comfortable dwelling. with a well of excellent water, anew Cotton Screw and Gin House and all ne cessary outhouses and fixtures. Of the bottomland 360 acres are cleared, one third of which is fresh, tn my absence apply to Samuel A. Grier or Bemls Prescott, at Fort Gaines, januarv 26J1858.—wtf JAMES GRIER. MUSCOGEE RAIL ROAD. Change of Schedule. ON and after the 15th July, 1858, the Evening A/all Train wiiileavc Columbus at 3.45 P. M. and ar rive at Macon at 9.1S P. -V. Leave Macon at 9.45 A M. arrive at Columbus at 3.45 P M The Morning Mail Train will leave at 4.( 0 A. M. andarrive at A. M. Leave Macon at 11.45 P. M. arriveat Columbus S.JD A. Jli. J.L. MUSTIAN,Supt. Columbus,'; July 15—tw&wti CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. iMONTGOMERY AND WEST POINT KAIL ICO AD COMPANY. MONTGOMERY. Nov. 19, 1857. ON and after this date the PASSENGER TRAINS ou the- road wi. begoverued by tne lollowma SCHEDULE: DAY TRAIN. Leave Montgomery B.3Ca. m. Arriveat West Point 3.30 p. m. Arriveat Columbus 2.50p.m. Returning—Leave West Point 9.30 a. m. Leave > ‘dumbus 10.00 a.m. Arriveat Montgomery 4.00 p. ro. NIGHT TRAIN. Leave Montgomery 5.20 j>. m. Arrivoat West Point 12.50 a.m. “ Columbus 1.00a.m. Returning—Leave West Point. 7.30 p.m. Leave Columbus 7.30 Arrive at Montgomery 2.30 a.m. Through tickets can be obtained (10. Double Daily Connections) to Atlanta Chattanooga and Nasnville, and daily connections to Buntsville Memphis aud Knoxville. S.G. JONES Eng’r & Sup. FREIGHT ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN ATLANTA & COLUMBUS. BY an arrangement between the Railroad Com panies composing tr.e two route:; from Atiaata to Columbus, concluded at tiieir Convention at Sa vannah on the Kith instant, it was agreed that the following rates between Atlanta and Columbus saall govern, taking etieci from the first day ol M ay 1857, VIA WEST POINT. Corn per bushel, He. Wheat 12. Oats 8. Bacon, Whisky Flous in sacks or barrels, per 100 lbs. 35c. Bagging, Rope Lard in cans or bbis., per 100 lbs. 46c. Coal, Pig Iron, by car load, per ton of 20G0 lbs. $3.75. VIA MACON. Corn per busel 14c. Wheat 15c. Oats 10c. Bacon, Whisky, Flour in Sacks or llbis., per 100 lbs, 44c. Bagging,Rope Lard, in cans or bbis.. per jOOlbs. 55c. Coal, Pig Iron, by car load, per ton of 2000 lbs, $4.68. J. MUSTIAN, President and Superintendent Muscogee R. R GEO. W. ADAMS, Superintendent Southwestern Railroad. EMERSON FOOTE, Superintendent Macon and Western Railroad. GEO. G. EULL, Superintendent Atlanta and LaGrange R. R. SAMUEL G. JONES, Engineer and Superintendent M.&.W. P. Bailroau. May 30, 1837—w&twtf. MOBI L£ AND GIUARD R. R. IdlE Passenger & Freight Train will leave Girard i at 2 i*, At daily coiieecttng at Silver Hun with a dailyline of Stage* toVilluln, Gleunville,£ufaula, FortGainefe, and Mar.anna,Pia. And at Guerytcn daily, with the Stages lor UcbeeOlivet.Enon, Chun neuuggee, Midway, Hardaway, Fero and Union Sprin n. Heaving Guerytou at 4 A. M., daily, the Cars wiil react* Girard at 7 A.M., connecting with the Ope lika anu Muscogee Train*. Receipts must accompany Freight shipped. Z3jT All freight mustbe paid before goods will be discharged. Freight delivered at the Depot before 4 o’clock P.M. will bo shipped the following day. Pi eights for stations No. 1 (.Port Mitchell,) and N0.5 (.t-u,sons’) must be prepaid. Way freight must in ai* cases do paid in advaxch* OHN HOWARD, mar251857-w&.twtl. Eugineei itAup. CHAGE OF SCHEDULE SAVANNAH & CHAKLESION STEAMSACKET LIKE. RUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE North Eastern R. R. of South Oa. - THF-fSPHENDID AND FAST RUN -,'',:C:"?|^!L N, NG STEAMER 60KD0S, P. Barden, Commander, leave* gavan for Ghuriesion every Sunday and Wednesday ajternoonr at 3 o'clock, and connects at Charleston with the morning train of the North Eastern Railroad, {going North. Returning§ ieavtn Charleston every Monday and Friday night at fc o’clock,„(after the arrival oi tbe carson'the N. E, ii. R.) and arrives at Savannah early next mornings* By this routs passengers can obiain tbroughticfc etsto and from Savannah,Ga. and YViimingU n,N C. Having a through freight arraiiKement with the Central k. Road and its connections, all freights be* tween Charleston and the interior of Georgia/ con. signed to the agents cf this iine, will ho forwarded with despatch and free of charge. i. P. BROOKS, Agent Savannah. E. LAFITTE & CO, Ag’ts.Char'estorg i Tan 15—wfciwi l 1000 ACRES OF Flint River Lands, for Sale. THE undersigned being desirous oi wind fejtjsgtelng up their business, offer for sale, on any to suit purchasers, a valuable settle* | men i ol One Thousand Acres of hand, i lying oa the West side of the Flint River, ten miles north ol Oglethorpe, and ten miles “south bof Rey nolds. Two hundred acresof this settlement Is num ber onepine land, the balance (800 acres) entirely swamp. The swamp land is liable to be inr.un dated by the River than any lands on said River in Macon county, and will doubtless make from 60 to HObushels of corn per acre, and from 1500 to 2000 lbs of cotton. Thereare SO acres oi pine lard, andlsof Swamp cleared and in a state of cultiva tion. Water, health and society cannoibe excelled iu South Westerr Georgia. Applyto COOK & MONTFORT, Jnlvll —w&twtf. at Ogiethorpe.Ga. NEGROES! NEGROES! WE are constantly receiving from Vir gima and North Carolina a large and well selected stock of Men, Women, Boys and Girls, including field hands, house servants, mechanics, &e., bought by one ofJk--= the firm expressly for this market. Our friends may rely on getting negroes of good charactei, coming up fully to our representations—as we sell none on commission. HATCHER & McGEHEE. July 26, 1858-wtf PEYTON H. COiaUITT, ( PditoTfi JAMES W. WARREN. \ iiauorß. Navy Intelligence. The United States s!oop-of-war St. Louis was launched on Saturday at the Brooklyn navy-yard. She is to carry eighteen guns. The launch took place at 7.20, when but few persons were present—the major being the yard-workmen, and those engaged in constructing the ship. On board were Commodore Kearney and other naval offi cers, together with the constructor and a few friends. All being in readiness, the signal was given, and a moment after the the sloop glided into the water, going but a short distance from the ways. She carried the stars and stripes at her stern and the Union Jack at her fore, and presented a fine appearance. After the launch was over, the vessel was towed up to one of the wharves and secured. She wiil be im mediately made ready for service. The frigate Sabine will sail from New York to-day or to-morrow for the Brazil squadron, to relieve the St. Lawrence, which vessel went in commission in Sep tember, 1856, and is now of course two years out. The’ Sabine is to be the flag ship of the squadron. The following is a correct list of her officers: Commander, Charles E. Thorburn ; lieutenants, Maxwell YVoodhuil, Charles S. McDonough, John ston B. Creighton, Wm. Gibson, Howard L. Newnan, Y\ r m. P. McCann ; fleet sur geon, Daniel S. Green ; passed assistant surgeon, YVm. D Harrism; assistant sur geon, A. Bertolette: purser, John R. Steele: master, \\ r illiam L. Bradford; chaplain, John Blake ; be atswain, Paul Atkinson gun ner. Jas. M. Cooper, sailmaker, John Joins. The U. S. steamer Arctic, Lieut. Comd. Lovell, from Washington, arrived at Nor folk on Thursday, with copper and shot lor the Gosport navy-yard. This is the first tr;p of the Arct c since she took the place of the Water-Witch. The following officers have been ordered to the YY T ater-YVitch: V\ T m. C. Wheeler, chief engr eer; Glendy King, ‘2d assistant; B. B. 11. Warton, 3d assistant ; B. E. Chassing, do. ; C. A. Chipley, do. The U. S. surveying schooner Crawford, Captain Maffitt, from Charleston, arrived at Norfolk on Thursday. Lieut. Payne has so far recovered from the effects of a wound in his right arm, from the accidental discharge of a pistol some weeks ago, that he is pronounced out of danger, and has left the Naval Hospital at Norfolk. His arm has sustained no t per manent injury. Commander Page is engaged in writing a work on the geography, resources, and condition of Paraguay. Army Intelligence. Major Buell has the following assign ments of medical officers connected with the department of Utah : Assistant Surgeon L. H. Stone, senior medical officer to Colonel Monroe’s column, on duty at the Platte Bridge, with Captain Roberts’ company D. 4th artillery; Assis tant Surgeon Charles Brewer, junior, medi cal officer to the same command, to pro ceed on to Utah with the second column now commanded by Major Eastman, sth infantry ; Assistant Surgeon Basil Norris, metrical officer to Col. May’s column, to proceed on to Utah with the third column commanded by Captain Campbell, 2d dra goons ; Assistant Surgeon Ebenezer Swift, senior medical officer to Colonel Morrison’s column, to duty with the battalion of the 4th artillery, under Major Williams, and to hold hirnselfin readiness for assignment that the commander of the Platte district may direct; Assistant Surgeon Kirtly Ryland, junior medical officer to the same column, to proceed on to Utah with Lieut. Col. Morrison’s column, the 4th ; Assistant Sur geon C. W. Williams, senior medical officer to Colonel Sumner’s command, to proceed on to Utah with the sth coiumn, now com manded by Maj. Lynde, 7th infantry ; As sistant Surgeon Bennett Clements, jr. medi cal officer to the same column, to proceed to Utah with the sixth column, commanded by Brevet-Major Paul, 7th infantry ; Assis tant Surgeon J. R. Smith, medical officer to Major Emory’s column, to accompany Col. Sumner on his Cheyenne expedilion, and return to Fort Leavenworth with that offi cer. On the 21st ol July, Col. Monroe, with companies A. C. and I, 4h artillery, was still at Laramie, as also was Major Graham’s company of 3d dragoons. Capt. Roberts had marched for Platte Bridge with his . company, and Capt. Getty’s company of the same regiment. Col. Monroe had also ordered companies L. Brevet-Major Wil liams, and M. Capt. Brown, from Cotton wood, to join him at Laramie. It was generally understood at Fort La ramie that two companies of the 4lh artil lery, taken from the force at Laramie, would garrison the new post at the Cheyenne Pass, and that Bent’s Fort (also anew post) wiil be occupied by two companies of the same regimed, (one detailed from Laramie, the other from Kearney) and company D. second dragoons. The troops at Fort Scott were to return to Fort Kanaall, their former station. On the 9th inst. a detachment of 4th ar tillery convalescents, with the laundresses and company-women of that regiment, left Fort Leavenworth for Laramie under the charge of Capt. J. S. Garland, of the 4th. Minnesota —Money is so scarce in this State; that large property holders’ are seil real estate at half its cost a year or” two since to obtain the bare necessaries of life. Provisions are, howev er, cheap. The terrible speculative mania has produced an inflation almost unpre cedented, and considerable time must elapse before the people can recover from the reaction. At St. Paul, the is the worst. City scrip is sellingat a discount of 75 cents on the dollar, and coun ty scrip ia but little better. NUMBER 1