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A Good Chance to Purchase a Good Farm,! Well Improved, near Talbotton, Ga. BY virtue of authority in me vested,by j MUftha last will and testament of Jehu N.Car- ‘ late of Talbot county, deceased, will , btloid before the Court House door in Talbotton, on the first Tuesday in October next, within the j lawful hours of sale, to the highest bidder--the { plantation upon which said deceased resided, at j thetirne of his’death. Said plantation consists of about eight hundred ; and fifty acres, a fair proportion of which'is good I woodland and good bottom land. The dwelling j and outhouses are roomy and in good taste,an ; excellent new gin house and screw. |Thisplanta- j lion lies from one to three miles wostof Talbotton adjoining lands of Rev. James D. Wilson, West ‘ Harris, Jas. Z. Dismukes, .Jesse Carter, Jas-C. Leonard, Doctor T. B. Turner. Tho?. N. Gib son, Young N. Edwards and/Thoa H Persons. It will be sold as a whole or divided as the’.best interest of the estate may seem to indicate on the j day of ?a!e. i Mr. H Jordan, overseer on the plantation, will show the premises to any one who will call to look. Terms of sale will be easy, and the place is worthy of examination by any one wishing to j purchase land in Talbot county. WILLI AVi R NEAL, Executor of Jehu N. Carter, dec’d. ‘ Talbotton, Ga., Aug. 16, 1858—wtds. Great Inducements to LAND BUYERS! Ml ofler the following gcnune bargains to those wlij wish buy Land in Barbour county, Alt, 1, i wilt sell my home place, situated five miles rfouth of tue town of Clayton, at $-i per acre. This place contains One Thousand Acres,ffiJOare cleared, -250 fresh,lies well, and is one of tho handsomest places in the country The grow ing crop, which purchasers are invited to examine, will speak for the product iveness of tho land. The wood 'and is heavily timbered with oak and hickory. The imp ovementsare of the bes-. character, etnbrac Inga two story house, with eight rooms, well built and in good repair- The health ot tho place is ex cel eat, beyond al‘ doubt; and there is an abun dance of the beat water Fences in excellent order, and <.heplantation improvements as good as could be ‘immediateconnection with this place, I will sell a body of 500 acres, 300 acres open, lirat rate fences and the other improvements pretty good. Price s<> pe° acre do:d separate or in c juuecaon with the home place as preferred. 3. Also 9(loacres of lanu three miles distant from the other places, known as the in hi tract. On this place) there are 300 acres land open, balance well Health and wute excellent and the laud strong and productive. Fiice six debars per acre. 4. Abo, several Desirable Building Lots, i* the town of Clayton fils’*Come neon ar.d buy bargains. JOHN if. -t/iLLER. Clayton, Ala Aug. 20, 1858—wif. ‘ll6O Acres Land for Sale. CO viPARING in quality with the best lands in Barboui County, Ala., embracing a large a mount of tho best kind of cotton lands. Said Tract lies 11 miles west of Eufaula, Ala—a Cot ton market on tho Chattahoochee River, and soon to be connected w ith Savannah, Ga. by S. W. Railroad. A good framed dwelling, all out buildings necessary tor a cotton farm, together with Buo acres cleared and under a good fence arc embraced. Sold under will of Wm. Ott, deceased, for di vision. A bargain is positively offered in all, or •n two separate bodies. Apply to E. S. OTT, Ex’r. Fort Browder, Ala., Aug. 22. w3m* LAND!LAND! THE Subscriber offers lor sale the following tracts ot Land, formerly held by Dr- M. TANARUS, Mendenhall of Charleston, S. C. No, Dial. 247 19 Muscogee county. 130 9 “ 1 12 Marion county. 21G Id Webster. 249 24 83 21 Stewart couniy. July 20,1858. t*3 wtf L. T. DOWNING. Valuable Flantationfor Sale. THE subscriber off rs for sale his valuable Plantation lying six miles from Cuf9eta,Cnat tahoochee county, in a South east direction. The plantation is well improved, with good dwelling house, negro cabins, stables and gin house on the premises. There are 450 acresol land--250 of which are in cultivation and produce finely The waters of the Hannahatchee run through the place, and it is contiguous to a fine school. It is only 25 miles from Columbus. The land is oak and hickory. auglG—wtf A. W. SNEED. LAND FOR SALE. THE Subscriber offers fo; eaie about OOacres of Land,comprising TOGacres bottom land, about IGOO acresfertile hand mock. 600 to 900 acres nowin cultivation, in good repair and well watered—the balance good oak, hickory and pineiaud, withan < xceltent range for stock, i The improvements are a good dwelling houseand all necessary buildingefor plantation purposes These iaudsare located on Pei River, in Barbour and Pike*Oounties, on the Road leading from Louis ville to Monticellcby “Hobdy’s Bridge,” and will be sold LOW FOR ,CABH.andiuquantiiies to suit Pur chasers. Also the entire stock of cattle, hogs -and sheep, are offered for sale. Pcrsonswishing to purchase, can gain all infor mation by examining the premises and consulting the subscriber. If. lIOBDY, July!—wtf Pike County, Aia. VALUABLE Chattahoochee Eiver Lauds. FOR SALE, AT A LOW PRICE. fTIIE subscriber offers lor sale 3200 acres of land lying and fronting two miles cn the River in Henry county, Ala.. 15 miles Fort Gaines, Geo. (to which place the South Western Rail Road is now beingextended) and 5 miles above Columbia, Alabama. The tract is susceptible of division into two very desi rable settlements—lies very level, iswell watered, the location remarkably healthy, and the purcha ser could have the corn, fodder and slock at a low rate. Being determined to sell, those desiring a bargain, will not be able to find one more dis posed to give them one than I am. I shall keep this advertisement standing until I sell. Como and look for yourselves, or for particulars address mo at Columbia Term? easv to the purchaser. angus mcallister. July 20 1858—\Vit. Augusta Constitutionalist copy weekly till forbid. ~ FOR SALE! >£sssk THE subscriber offers for saio his Plan f|f!{ tat ion inCham'ers county, Ala., con >“3o taming Two Hundred Acres of excellent Oak and Hickory Land About nail is cleared the balance is well timbered oak.ncd hickory woods Ot the cleared laud about one third is fresh. There is also some choice bottom iand on the tiact. The place is prettily situated on tho road four mdes from Lafayi ite. and nine miles j from West Point on the Rail Road. The pro ductiveness ol thepiace, its convenience to mar ket; to the country town and school-; audits being 1 in a healthy section, surrounded bv the best ofi society,'combine to make it a most desirable iarm. j One other farm adjoining mine could also be bought. L I can sell soon I will make the terms i to i-uit the purchaser. July 12, 1858—wtf M. WILLIAMS. LAND FOR SALE. r pflE subsedbrr offers tor sale Seven Hundred X Acres of land situated on the bead waters of the Hannahatchee Creek, Stewart County, Ga., on the road that leads from Cutsets to Lumpkin, and adjoins the lands of Capt. Gauiding and John j West Four hundred and filiy acresof this.land j is cleared and in a fi: e state ot cultivation. — j The place is well im moved and has plenty of: wafer upon it. Price $!0 p~r acre in two payments i For further particulars, address W. M. Hines, ! Compton, Ga. [aug2—wlmj W. M. HINES. S=S. STAFFORD^ ATTORNEY AT LAV, BLAKELY, EARLY COUNTY,GA. •P* wtf. Administrator s Sale, MTHE well known plantation, belong ing to theestate of the late Col. Wra. Toney, deceased,will be sold by order of Court, at Fort Gaines, Clay Cos. Ga., on Fir fit i Monday in November next . ’ This Plantation lies on the Chattahoochee Ri ver, five miles above Fort Gaine®, the western terminus of the S. W. Rati Road, and on theroad from the latter place to Eufaula, on which a daily stage passes; it has fine improvements, to-wit— a new two story dwelling house,large and com modious, with seven rooms,all ceiled and painted, with brick chimneys lo six rooms, anew gin house and new 7 cotton screw, and framed negro houses, all new and complete. The house lotfand negro houses are well watered, aD<i so is every field on the plantation; witha good garden and orchards of apples, pears, peaches &e attached.— There are about 800 acres of corn andcotton land in cultivation, all nearly a dead level, whose pro ductive quality can be judged from the fact well ; authenticated, that 30 hand? have actually cleated $62,000 from 1850 to 1857, from the sale? of crops oi corn and cotton m de on the place, and this too over and above all plantation expenses. This Plantation lie® on ihe Georgia side of the ; Chattahoochee, opposite to Col. Archibald Me-j Kays, and contains about 1200 acres ot land j more or less, and will be sold on the usual favor ; able credit? oi land sales, ail lo bespeeiaily decla red on the day of sale. Southwestern Georgia is the cotton growing ; region proper, and as these river plantations sell \ at 10 to 815 per acre, an opportunity will now be j offered to the public to buy a large opon planta tion in a high state of cultivation, at a very mode- j rate price, and on easy and accommodating j terms. R. G. RICKS, jj AdmPs W. TONEY, i Aflmrs * i July 16,1858—wtds. The Columbus Enquirer, Cuthbert Reporter, Federal Union, Augusta Constitutionalist, Green ville Mountaineer & Patriot, So. Ca., and the FayeHeville Observer, No, Ca. will each copy weekly until Ist November, and send bill to the subscribers at Fort Gaines, Ga. Administrator's Sale, 4 GREEABLY to an order of the Court ofOrdinary j Aof Talbot county, wilt be sold on the first Tuesday i in Octobe next before the Court House door in the i town of Talbotton, said county. Within the legal j hours of sale, iVO acres of Land, that part of Lot Sr. ; 24-2, in the 23ddisiriet of originially Muscogee now 1 Talbot county, lying cn tho north wesfeside of Big ‘ LozierCreefo including the creek, also part of mini- ! ber24 in the said d'strlet, 15 acre3 more or loss, (boundary given on the day of sale) all 3oM a3 the ; prop rty of .Matthew Howell,deceased, for the benefit j of tae heirs and creditor?. James HOWILL, Adm’r. August 2s, 1858—wtua. j VALUABLE RIVE PLANTATION FOE BALE. THE Subscriber now offers forsaicbis valn able river Plantation, eight miles above Fort Gaines, containing 713 acres, of which 615 are fi st rate Elver Bottornand tho balance high Pint* Land of good quality, embrac ng a 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. In ray absence apply to Samuel A. Grier or Gemis &. Prescott, at Fori Gaines, panuar, 20, 1858.—wtf JAMES GRIER. NOTICE. A PREMIUM has been awarded to H. C. Dixon by Michael tMarvey ior the finest j Colt sired by his horco. T bis SJat June, 1858. Z. PROC TOR, ) J. E. BARKESDALE \ Com. M. A. DANIEL, ) There will bo another show of Colts on Tues day of the September Court. Citizens of Talbot countv are invited to attend the exhibition. MICHAEL IIARVE V . June 29, 1858.—wfit * UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. ; I. COLLEGIATE i DEPARTMENT, OR J BERRIEN LINDSLEY, M D DD., Chan cellor ol the University, and Professor of Chemis try and Geology. (01. B. R. JOHNSON, Superintendent of the Military College and Professor of Engineering. : JAS. F. HAMILTON, A, M., Professor of i Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Astrono ! my. J. H. STEWART, A M., Professor of Greek ! and Latin Languages and Literature. F, L. J. ‘I IIYSSENS, A. M., Professor of French and Drawing. G. S. BLACKIE/A. M., M. D-, Professor of Botany and Natural History. Rev. J. W. HOYTE, A. M., M. D., Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature. C. K. WINSTON, M. D., Surgeon. The First Term of the next Academic year com* mences on the 20th of September, and the Sec ond Term 14th of February. Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants’ attendance, and use of arms, §IOO per term. Matriculation Fee, §5. Students are re quired to furnish their rooms, which can be done a* a moderate charge, by rent or purchase. En gineering, French, Spanish, German, Drawing, Book Keeping and Fencing, each §lO per Term of twenty weeks. In the regular Collegiate Course, the anciest reputation of the University lor Scientific and Classical Scholarship will bo maintained,and at the same time, every facility afforded those who desire to pursue a partial course. Besides the lour regular College Classe?, there is also a pre paratory class. Students under 14 years ot age will not be admitted. By the aid ot Military Discipline, effective gov I eminent is established, and health, physical cul- ! tare, good order and industrious habits are promo ■ ted. For Catalogues, or additional information, ap- | ply to any member of the Faculty. II MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. | O ESSION 1858-9 —The 7th Annual Course of i O Lectures in th s Institution will commence on i Monday the 2d of November next, and continue till tho first ol the ensuing March. Thomas R. Jennings, M. D., Professor of An j atomy. J. Berrien Lindsley, M. D., Professor of Chem istry and Pharmacy. C-. K Winston, M. D„ Processor of Materia Me dica and Medical Jurisprudence. A. H. Buchanan, M. D., Professor ofSugical j Anatomy and Physiology. John M. Watson, M. D., Professor of Obstet* j ries and the Diseases of Women and Children. PaulF Eve, M D., Professor of Principles and : Practice of Surgery. W. K Dowling. M. D., Professor of Insti tute? and Practice of Medicine. Win. T. Brigs*, M. D. Adjunct Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy. The Anatomical Rooms will be opened for ?tn- i dents on the first Monday in < fotober, Uhebth.) A preliminary course ot lectures, free to all j students, will be given by the Professors com** mencing also on first Monday in October- The Tennessee State Hospital under the Di rection of the Faculty is open to the Class free of charge. A Clinique has beeu established in connection | with the university, at which operations are per-; formed and cases prescribed for and lectured upon in presence of the Class. Amount of Fees for Lecture? is $105; Matricu- - lation tee .paid once only) $5; Practical Anatomy, j $10; Graduation Fee, $25. Good boarding can be procured for $3 to $4 per week. For further information or Catalogue apply to W. K BOWLING,- Nashville, Tenn., July 1858. Doan of the Faculty. Hu gust sth, 1858—wtw2i* The Mo jntain City Hydro-theraputie Institute- FOR full particulars, address T. Carleton, M D. at Dalton, Ga. Dalton is situated ICO Miles from Atlanta,and 40 miles from ChaMa ooga, on the Georgia State Road. Dalteo, May I—mayll w3m. A Splendid Cotton Plantation, FOR SALE. HAVING determined to go west, 1 jgijap?offer mvplace for sale, lying on Spring Creek, in sight ofthe Newton Road from Fort Gaines, containing 1,500 acres. There are two settlements, with all neeessarybuildings,dwell ing horse? and plenty of outhouses, good gin house and screw; five hundred acres of cleared and,a large portion of which is lresh. Any per son wishing a good bargain would do well to call and examine the premises. The above place ad joins the lands of Mr. Boyington on the West. Some ofthe land is very good being swamplands. GEORGE W. COLLINS. May 4,1858 —w6m. _ PLANTATION FOR SALE, 1 offer for sale the plantation owned by j Mrs. Cook. It is 13 miles from; Columbus, on the Hamilton road and con- j tain? about 1,000 acres, of which about 400 acres | are woodland. The buildings consist of a sub- ) stantial two story dwelling house, excellent barn, Gin Houseand Negro houses. I willtake $6.50 per acre in two payments for it. If not sold before, I shall sell it in Hamilton on the first Tuesday in October next, to the high esf bidder. MARTIN J. CRAWFORD. ! Columbus, Aug. 18th—wti. Valuable Plantation in Florida FOR SALE. THE subscriber offers at private sale the plan- j tation belonging to the estate oi George Gran- ; berry situated in Jackson Cos Florida, on the road ; j leading from Bellvue to Marianna via Green- : wood—containing 640 acres ; two hundred in a t fine state of cultivation, third crop, and 60 acres f more ready for cultivation the ensuing year. On j the premises are a good dwelling house with five rooms, negro cabins, good gin house and screw, with all necessary outbuilding 1 will sell with ; thepiace hog?.cattle, and products ofthe present i vear. i Terms §4,500.—f100d cash. SIOOO Ist January, 1860—$1000 Ist January 1861; SIOOO Ist Janu ; ary, 1862, with interest from date. For further particulars address A Thompson on j ! the premises, or the subscriber at Catania, Har- I i ria county, Ga. JOHN M. GRAN BERRY, | ! Aug. 21—wtd Ex'r of Geo. Gran berry. CHERRY PECTORAL, For the rapid Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS,WHOOPING-COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. S AND FOR XIIE RELIEF OP CONSUMPTIVE PATIENTS IN ADVANCED STAGES OF THE DISEASE. We need nof speak to the public of its virtues. ! Throughout every town and almost every hamlet | of the American States, its wonderful cures of i pulmonary complaints have made it already | known. Nay, lew are tho lamiies in any civilized | country on this continent without some personal | experience of its effects; and fewer yet the commit I nit:e? any where which have not among them some living trophy of its victory over tho subtle and ; dangerous diseases ( of the throat and lungs. \V bile it is the most powerful antidote vet known to ! man for the formidable and dangerous diseases of ; the pulmonary organs, it is also the pleasantest | and safest remedy that can be employed for infanta and young persons. Parents should have it in j store against the insidious enemy that steals upon j them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to i believe Cherry Pectoral saves more lives by tho consumption it prevents than those it cures. Keep it by you, and cure your colds while they are cur able, nor neglect them until no human skill can master the inexorable canker that, fastened on the vitals, eats your life away. All know the dread ful fatality ot lung disorders, and as they know too the virtues of this remedy we need not do I more than to assure them it is still made the best it can be. We spare no cost, no care, no toil to produce it the most perfect possible, and thus ! afford those who rely on it the best agent which | our skill can furnish for their cure. Prepared by DR. JAMES G. AYER, i Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. | and SOLD BY Dr. David Young and Danforth, Nagei&Co. | Columbus, and by nearly all Druggists in ihe ; South. July 24, 1858.—wfiftvvSm. i THE GREAT ESGLISII REYIETiYr THORN'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF COPAIBA AND SARSAPARILLA, | possesses advantages not enjoyed by any other ] medicine for the cure of sexual diseases, which must with an enlightened public render it assuredly I highly popular, and a desideratum long sought for lin the medical world. It needs no confinement or change of diet. In its approved form, that of paste, ; it is entirely tasteless, and causes no unpleasant j sensation to the patient. It has acquitted tho j utmost lame in almost every part of Europe ; it ’ has been examined, approved ofeand sanctioned by i the faculty of medicine, and recommended by tho j most eminent of the profession. Prepared by J. B THORN, Chemist, London, and for sale, | wholesale and retail, by John A. Tarrant & Cos. j Agents for the United States, 278 Greenwich street, New York As the above valuable preparation has been ex | tensively counterfeited by unprincipled parties in I I the United States, the proprietor has adopted, aa a ] ! precaution against imposition on consumers, a j ! Label, of which the following is a fae simile, and ; which will bo found burnt in upon the bottom of I i oach pot of tho genuine intended for sale in the j i United States, Canada, British Provinces, West | j indies, and South America. / chemist.tX n LONDON \ i j | JOHN.A.TARRANT || l? NEW YORK. :J J W SOLE AGENT, 7 I ‘w.,™ The stamp around each pot will also bear tho names of the proprietor and of the U nited States agents. Druggists and Dealers will observe on each do zen packages the following label: Important Caution. The increased reputaion and grea .* . ana . . . .ior.> s v-ompouttu extract <>f Copaiba and Sarsaparilla, have boen induce ments for others to offer imitations of this valuable medicine. Venders are particularly warned of this fact, that they may be on their guard, and not disposeofany impure article, calculated to injure their reputation, and destroy the merits of the original preparation, to obviate which the Sub scriber (successor to James Tarrant, by whom.it was first introduced into the United States) has attached hissignature to this caution, to counterfeit which is forgery. Joax A. Tarrant. Address orders for the above article, with lull directions for shipment to JOHN A. TARRANT & CD., Drugimts, No. 278 Grtjnwicb, cor. Warrw Oct 4 1837,*wtwly, Ready for the Season! IVERY RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO MY friends and the public, that I have a splendid supply of the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY I mean JACK SMITH’S SOUTHERN COR- i I) 1 AL. tiie remedy for all classes ol Bowel Disease*. ! Flux Dysenteries, Diarrhoea, (chronic or acute!) the result of Measles, Typhoid Fevers, &c.,and in fact all Spring and Summer Complaints ot Children, and Children Teething. It is the most reliable remedy, north, south, east or west—not withstanding the 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 tho evidence ofthe above facts, that the South ern Cordial has no equal for the above mentioned diseases. lam asking for the worst case m Geor cj\a — and if I fail to cure it, it shall not cost the parties one cent. Oh, if tho world could know as f know, and as my neighbors know, how many sufferers would find relief from this 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; it is innocent in its nature and reliable in its medical properties, Please call at the Planter’s Hotel, where I will take very great pleasure in satisfying any unpreju - : diced mind that it is economy itself for any and every family to keep a bottle at home. The de- j mand is increasing daily. Call and give it one trial. JACK SMITH ,Planter’s Hotel April 12—wtw6m Columbus, Ga. 1000 ACRES OF Flint River Lands, for Sale. jipa THK undersigned being desirous of wind- j up tbeir business, offer for -:,k, on any ! to suit purchasers, a valuable settle- j men tot One ‘i'hoii.anfi lues of Land, lying on the West side of the Flint River, ten miles north,.! Oglethorpe, and ten miles'"south bof Rey nold- Tw hundred acresof this settlement is nuiu beroTit pU't laud, the balance (800 acres) entirely swfMup, rhe awatup land is leas liable to be innun dated by the River than any lands on said River in Macon county, and will doubtless make from GO lo K‘bu?l<elsot corn per acre, and from 1500 to 2000 lbs ot cotton. Thereare 80 acres of pine land, and 15 of Swamp cleared and in a state of cultiva tion. Wafer, healthand society canaofbeexcelled in South Westcrr Georgia. Apoiyto GOOK & MONTFORT, Jnlvlt—wAtwif. at Oglethorpe. Ga. NEGROES! NEGROES! I \\T E are constantly receiving from Vir j YY girua and North Carolina a * ar " e and well sel i cted etofck of Men, Women,**# | Boy? and Girls, including field hands, house i servants, mechanics, Ac., bought by one oi i the firm expressly for this market. Our friend? ; may rely on getting negroes of good character. | coming up fully to our representation;-—as we sell i none on commission HATCHEK & UcGEHEE. July 26, 1858—wtf SOUTHERN FEM ALE COLLEGE. LaGrrange, Georgia. FACULTY. | jfyj&k. H. i-’, BROOKS, I Principals k Pro- Rcv.H.E. Brook*, L M. Professor Moral end Mental Science and Modern J. F.Cox, Professor oi Mathematics ; and Ancient Languages. H,C. llooten, A. M. Professor Natural Sciences, i *” Miss Elizaß stitfePresiding Teacher and Governed. Mrs. H E. Brooks, Literary Branches. Mrs. 1. F. Cox, L.iterary Branches. Miss Ana K. Cooper.f Primary Department, Musical Department. : Principal, Mrs. B.C. Hooten, l Assistants. : * < ! , Ornamental Branches. The Fall trm of this institution will commence on j the Ist Wednesday in September. Every department of instruction will be supplied I wit h appropriate Teachers, and every faci Uy necet j sary to the rapid progress of thepupil will be furn j Khed. Board per month ..Sl2 50 Tuition per annum..... .....50 00 “ in Music 50 00 i For Catalogues apply to the proprietors. * ——To he supplied. aug2—w4l Stewart & Fountain, I facias, for use of&e. i to remove judgment I GW. McDuffie, Adm'.r, * v in Marion Interior de bonis non of Benjamin i Court, at May” Ad- Story'dec’d, and Enoch * journed Term, 1858. i • “ Stoiy. J IT appearing to tho Court, by the return of the Sheriff that Enoch Story .tone of the defendants in th3 above stated case, is not to be found in.said county of Marion: It is on motion, Ordered, by the Court, That said Enoch Story be served by a publication of this Order once a month for fibres months before i the next term of ihfe court, in the Times tf Senti nel a public gazette of this State, published in the city of Columbus. A true extract from the minutes of said Court, | this June 17. .1858. GEO. YV. McDUFFIE, Clerk. July 27,1858 w 3m. GEORGIA, Talbot county. | isriIEREAS Jesso Carter applies to me for L@t ers ! ’ * oi Guardianship of the persons and property of i Sarah E. Garter, Jonn N. Carter. Robert F. Carter and ; Martha J. Carter,orphans of Jehu N. Carter, late of ; said county, deceased, These are therefore to cite and admonish all and • slngularthe kindred and creditors of said deceased ! to be and appear at my office within the time pro : scribed by law, thennd there to shew cause, if any ) they have, whv said letters of should not be gran ted. Givenunder my hand,thi6*24th dav of July, 1858, July 26—w40d. M AP.ION BETHUNF, Ord. GEORGIA; Ghattahooehw County t Court of Ordinary, July Term 1858. RULE NISI. \TTHEREAS, William J. Mcßride, Toomas li. Me YV Bride, and M.C. Ward law, Executors of ths Jasi, will and testament of William Mcßride, deceased having fully settled the business of the estate ot said deceased, apply to me for Letters ot Dismission 1 from the same. it is therefore orde-ed, that all persons con- I eerned shew cause if any they have* why said Letters should not be granted at the Court of Ordinary to beheld in and for said con nty on the second Mon day in Januarv next. And it is further Ordered, that this Rul be published in terras of the law. A true transcript from the minutes of this Court, July?, 1858. July 12— worn E. E. RAIFORD, Ordinary. TWO months after date application will be made to tho Honorable Court ol Ordinary of Muscogee county, for leave to sail a House and Lot in tho town of Sparta, Hancock county Ga., being the late residence of Mrs. R.A. Broo king. April 10, 1858. JOHN REE3, Guardian. GEORGIA, CHATTAHOOCHEE CO. WHEREAS Samuel D, Harp, Guardian, for | the per son and, property of John C. F. j McCook, applies for letters of diemiseion from ; the same. All persons concerned, are hereby required to ‘appear at my office, within the time ; prescribed by law, and show cause, (if any,) why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand at dfnee, the 2d day of August, 1858. E. G. RAIFORD, Ordinary. Aug. ?, 1858. w6m Administrator’s Sale. —Agreeabl) to an order ot tho honorable Court of Ordinary ot Chattahoochee co.,wi!l be sold on t he Ist Tuesday,in November next,between the legal hours of sale, be fore the Coart Housedoortn thetownofCtisseta.in said county, all ot Lands, together with the Grist and Saw M*i!s situated thereon, lyiDg in the county atoresaid,belonging to the estate of Lemuel , Cade, dec’d., containing seven hundred acres more or less, a large portionjof * which Is open and in a high state of cultivation. TheDlantation is well watered, in almost every part, and Is highly produc tive. Thepiace has a comfortable dwelling house, and aii necessary outbui diugs thereon, Is situated in a beautiful, healthy locality,in the midstofan ex cellent neighborhood, two miles south ol Jamestown and within six miles of the county site, and posseses many other advantages altogether desirable. Persons wishing to'purchase are red nested local land exam ine the premises previous to the day of sale. Terms made known on the day of sale. A. J. PRATHER, H. At, JRNKINg, { AuJnTt, JaijrSO, 1853-^rtd. J. H, DANIEL & GO., 123 Broad street* Columbus, Georgia. Have now in Store and are constantly receiving their Stock of ©tPKDBfl© Ml© ©L@ITS© Of their own Manufacture. ALSO—A LARGE STOCK OF GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Hags, V . All of which have been selected with the greatest care and no gentleman can fail to br* suited who may favor them with a call. Garments Made to Order. Wo have also a very handsome stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Utter..*, dto. &e., which will bo manufactured to order, in the best manner and warranted to give perfect satisfaction. Persons in want of good articles are invited to give us a call. May 6, JBsß—wtvvtf. J. H. DANIELS A CO. GEORGlA—Chattahoochee county. IT7HEREAS David G. MeGlaun applies tor VY probate ot the last will •'and testameut ot Win- Roberts, late ot said county, deceased. These are there.ore to cito and admonish all and singular the heirs and legatees of the said decea sed to be and appear at my office in said county, on or betore the first Monday in July next, and file j their objections, il any they have, why said will should not be proved in solemn form, admitted to ; record, and Letters Testamentary be issued to j the Executor therein named and appointed. Given under my hand at office. May 18, ISSB E. G- RAIFORD, Ordinary. Mav—2s-3t GEORGIA—TaIbot connfyj RULE NISI. Court of Ordinary, July Term, 1858. i *X7HEREAB, John S. Duncan, admin strntor of Franslin Duncan, petitions this Court lor let ters of Dismission from said administration: | Beit ordered,That ail pers ns concerned be and | appear at the February term next ensuing of thin ! Court,then and there to shew cause, if any t hey have, ; why said letters should not bo granted. A true ex ; tract from the minutes oi this Court, July 94th, 1857. Julys6ih wtim MARION BETHUNE,O and ADMINISTRA TOR'S SA LE. snrviLL be sold on the first Tuesday in Oc j VY toner next, before the Court House door in ! the town ofLumkin Stewart county, Ga., within : the legal hours of sale agreeably to an order of the | Court of Ordinary of Chattahoochee county,all the ! lands belonging to the estate of Lemuel W.Cade, deceased, lying t in the county of .Stewart, contain ing!! vo hundred acres more or.less, known its the Upton and Holder places. The s bove desirable premises are well situated, m a healthy locality,and the production el tbesoilis equal to anv uplands in stout h Western Georgia. The i place is well improved, having thereon a|comforta ble dwelling hom*e,good set of Mills and a Water ! Gin. Persons wishing to purchase are re quested to j call and examine the place for themselves, i Terms made known on the day of sale. H. M.JENKINS, j Adm rs. ’ July Id, 15-JulSO—- wide. I ( XTOTICK t o Debtors and Creditors i IN All persons indebted to the estate ol Philip Ad ; ama, deceased, late ol Talbot county, Ga., are here by requested to make immediate payment and those having demands against said estate ftre hereby noti fied to present them to ub duly authenticated within terms of the law, otherwise they will not. be paid. .TAMER ADAMS,S * WILLIAM ADAMS, t r *’ J Aug, 16 1858. —w4bd. i GEORGlA—Muscogee County. Court of Ordinary, June Term , 1858. * TJULE NISI. —Whereas Timothy G McCrary aid ; XV mtnißtrator ou the estate ot Wiley W Todd, ’ de teased, having applied for Letters of Dismission: It, is therefore hereby ordered, That all persons concerned shew cause, if any they have, why said : administrator should not be dismissed at the Court j of Ordinary to beheld in and for said county on the i first Monday in Janor-y next, and that this Rule be • published informs of the law. A true t ranscript from the minutes, of said court. June 15, lcsß—w6m JOHN JOHNSON, Ord’ry ! GEORGIA Chattahoochee Countif . | TATHEREAS, Nancy Roberts applies to me | ’’ for letters of Administration with the Twill annexed, on the estate of William Roberts, late of said county, deceased; These are therelore to cite and admonish all | and singular the kindred and creditors of said de ceased, to be and appear at my office on or before ■ the first Mouday in September next.then and there to show cause if any they have why said will j should not be admitted to probate, and said letters ; granted to said applicant. Given under my hand at office, July 10th, 1858. E. G. RAIFORD, Ordinary. July 20, 1858—w30d. : STATE OF GEORGIA, Chattahoochee Cos Clerk's Office, lnjerior Court July 30, 1858. A LL persons interested r are hereby notified j J:\. that W T il liam Barberee of the 678th dis ; trict.G. M., toils before Hardy Royals, one of | the Justice# of the Peace lor said district, as an ; estraya black horse mule, valued ‘by James H. : Moors and John Dill arc! .freeholders oi said county : and district, to bo worth seventy dollars | The owner ef said esiray, is required to come j forward, pay charges and take said mule away, or i he will be dealt with as the law directs. A true oxiract from the estray book. WILLIAM J. LANGFORD,CI’Ii I.C. Aug. 7, 1858. 8t OPPOSITE THE PASSENGER DEPOT MACON, GEORGIA. E. E. BROWN, PROPRIETOR, B. F. DENSE, Superintendent. Meals ready on the arrival of every Train. Macon,Ga., April 15,1856. wtf. /mSrn’ Landreth’s new crop of Garden SEED ‘just received and for sale by BROOKS & CHAPMAN. AIso,ONION SETS of various kinds. declO—wtwtf w& tw Landreth’s New Crop Garden Seed, | Just Received at J. W. PEASE’S BOOK STORE, ianse—wtwtf. COURT CALENDAR FOR 1858. REVISED BV THE SOUTHERN RECORDER. SUPERIOR COURTS. JANUARY JULY •2d Moi day, Chatham Friday belore ) w FEBRUARY. j2d Monday \ “ ayne I Ist Monday, Clark i 2d Monday, Glynn Floyd AUGUST. Lumpkin Ist Monday, Floyd i Friday belore l w \ Lumpkin I 2d Monday \ 2d Monday, Clark ‘ 2d Monday, Dawson Dawson Glynn |3d Monday, Forsyth ! 3d Monday, Forsyth Meriweth'r Meriweth’r Wulton Walton* !4tlt Monday, Baldwin j 4th Monday Baldwin j C hanahnoche Chattahoehee Glasscock Glascock j Heard Heard Jackson Jackson • Monroe Monroe Paulding Paulding Seldcv Schley Taliaferro TalliaferV SEPTEMBER MARCH. j Ist Monday, Appling Isr Monday, Appling Chattooga Chattooga | Cherokee Cherokee ! Columbia, Coweta Coweta Columbia Craw lord Crawford Madison Gwinnett Marion Madison j Mitchell Marion Morgan Mitchell Webster Morgan i2d Monday, Butts Webster Gass :2d Monday, Butts , Coffee Cass Fiber! Coffee Fayette Elbert Greene Fayette ■, Gwinnett l Gr< ene Pickens Pickens Sumter Surnter Washing'll Wasliing’rij Friday alter Pierce Friday aher, Pierce 3d Monday, Cobb, , Thursday aft Mont’gy Hall j3d Monday, Cobb j Hart Hal! Macon Hart Newton Macon i Putnam Newton Talbot, Putnam j Terrell Talbot Ware Tatnall j 4ih Monday Campbell ‘IV rre 11 j Clay Ware Clinch ! Friday after, Bulloch Emanuel i 4th Monday, Campbell Lee Clay Twiggs Clinch 1 Wilkes Effingham ! While Emanuel j OCTOBER Fee Ist Monday, Carroll Twiggs Dooly Wh lie Early Wilkes Fulton APRIL ‘ Gilmer j Ist Monday, Carroll Gordon Dooly Taylor Early Warren Fulton Wilkinson Gordon Tuesday aft Pike I Pike Wed’day aft Rabun Rabun 2d Monday, Charlton Taylor Fannin Warren Hab’rsh&m Wilkinson Hancock 2d Monday, Charlton Harris llab’r9ham Laurens Hancok Miller Harris i Scriven Laurens 3d,Monday, Burke Milier Camden Scriven Franklin Tuesday aft Mclntosh Harralson 3d Monday, Burke Henry Camden Jones Franklin • Murray Haralson Oglethorpe Pulmki Stewart Union Murray j Worth Ogleihorpt Thursday aft Montg'ry Pulaski j Friday after, Wilcox Stew-art 4ih Monday, DeKa|b Worth Decatur i Thursday aft Bryan Houston I Friday after Wilcox Irwin 4h Monday Decatur Jasper PeKalb Lincoln Houston Polk Irwin Tainnll Jasper | Towns Lincoln M hit field Polk j Thursday aft Teliair Whitfield Friday after, Bulloch Thursday aft Telfair Monday alt Fffingham MAY. NOVEMBER ; Ist Monday, Berrien Ist Monday, Berrien Gilmer ’ Milton Randolph Randolph Richmond Richmond Upson Upson 2d Monday, Baker 2d Monday, Baker Hibb Bibb Catoosa Catoosa Chatham Muscogee Fannin 3d Monday, S. aiding Muscogee ! Troup 3d Monday Spalding, 4th Monday Calhoun Troup Walker Union Thursday aft Mclntosh 4th Monday, Calhoun Monday aft Dougherty Towns Liberty Walker Colquitt Monday after D< ueberty Mouday after Liberty Last Monday, Colquitt and Brian JUNE. DECEMBER. Ist Monday, Dade Ist Monday, Dade Jefferson Jefferson Milton Thomas Thomas Lowndea 3d Monday, Lowndes * After 1858, on 2d and 3d Mondays in February and 3d Monday in August. GEORGI A, Chattahoochee County. Court of Ordinary July Term, 1858. RULE NlSl.*—WhereasSamuel D. Harp and Henry J Kiag, administrators on the estate of Joshua R. McCook, decease i, apply for Letters of Dismission from said administration: It is therefore Ordered, That all persons concerned shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted at the Court ol Ordtnarj to be held in and for said county on the*d Monday in January next, and it is fur’her ordered, that this Rule be published lu terms of the law. A true transcript from the minutes vj said Court E. G. RAIFORD, •rcUatfj,