R. ELLIS & Cos., Proprietors,
THE COLUMBUJ DAILY TIMES
Is published every morning (Sundays excepted.)
at Six Dollars par annum, in advance. Sev
en Dollars if not paid before the expiration of
THE COLUMBUS WEEKLY TIMES
Is published every TUESDAY MORNING,
at Two Dollars per annum,strictly in advance.
Office on Randolph Street, opposite the
Post Office .
Advertisements of five lines or less in either the
Daily or Weekly Times, will lie inserted at 50
cents lor the first insertion and 25 cents for each
Advertisements exceeding five lines will be
charged 10 cents for the first, and five cents per
line tor each subsequent insertion.
Displayed advertisements will be charged tor
the space they occupy. .
The following are the contracting rates change
able at pleasure:
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Sales of Land and Negroes, by Administra
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 must be given in a public gazette
torty days previous to the day of sale.
Notice for the sale of Personal property must
ho giveuat least ten days previous Jo the day of
Notice to Debtors and Creditors of an Estate
must bo published forty days.
Notice that application will be made to the
Court of Ordinary for leave to sell Lana or Ne
groes, must bo published weekly for two months.
Citations/or Letters of Administration must be
published thirty days—for Dismission from Ad
ministration, momniy six months—for Dismission
from Guardianship, forty days.
Rules tor Foreclosure of Mortgage must be
published monthly for four months—for estab
lishing lost papers lor the lull space of three
months—for compelling titles from Executors
or Administrators, where a bond has been givjn
by the deceased, the full space ol three months.
Publications will always be continued ac
cording to these, the legal requirements, unless
Wffl Mm cD©®
Randolph Street, Columbus, Georgia.
EAVING in successful operation one of HOE
& CO.’S CYLINDER PRESSES
RUNNING BY STEAM,
We are prepared to execute, at short notice, every
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,
Our facilities for turning off this kind of work,
wi h promptness and despatch, will make it great- i
ly to the interest of persons in want of
BILLS OF LADING,
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. Pouter, whose long
experience and acknowledged reputation as a Job
Printer,are a sufficient guarantee that all work
entrusted to his care will be executed with energy
We have now in connection with the office a
and having recently secured the services of Mr.E.
M. 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 Bcoks, &c,
We intend not to be outdone in the style and
finish of our work, in either department, by any
establishment South, and that we maybe able
to make our prices satisfactory, we have adopted
the CASH SYSTEM. rT _ T<2 -
Sept. Ist, 1853. R. ELLIS & CO.
iilmlis 11A lip iiilfC
ATTORNEY AT LA W,
TALEOTTON, Talbot County, Ga.
t )ctober 24th, 1856. wtwtf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Culhbert, Randolph County, Georgia.
V\rILL practice in the counties of Randolph,
Calhoun, Terrell, Early,, Clay, Baker,
Dougherty, Miller and Stewart.
Wellborn, Johnson & Sloan, Attorneys at Law,
All business intrusted to bis care will receive
immediate attention. June 6, 1858—wtw tl
It. Y. MARTIN. J. J. MARTIN.
MARTIN & MARTIN^
Attorneys at Law,
Office on Broad Street—Over Gunby & Daniel.
Columbus, Jan. 9, 1857. w&twlv.
BAUGH & SLADE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice law in Muscogee and the adjoin
ing counties of Georgia and Alabama.
vsr Office over Bank of Columbus, Broad St.
ROBKRT BAUGH. J • J. S LADE.
Col ambus, Ga. March 27 1857. wtwtf
W. S, JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
C U S S E T A,
Chattahoochee County, Ga.
G>ves hisentire attention to the practice in Chat
ttahoochee and adjoining counties,
R. A. TURNIPSEED,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HAVING removed from Cusseta, toCuthbcrt,
Randolph county, will give prompt atten
tion to all business entrusted to his care.
WH. M. CHAMBERS. VVM. M. ROBBINS. J. A ROBBINS.
Chambers, Robbins & Robbins,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice in the counties of Barbour, Pike,
Henry, Coffee, Dale and Russell, fob I—wly
HOWARD & WEEMS,
ROBERT N. HOWARD. WALTER II- WEEMS.
Crawford, Ala., Juneß—wtwtf.
T- J. G U N N,
ATTORNEY AT I, A W ,
HAMILTON , GA.
WILL attend promptly to all busineess entrusted
January 26, 1858—wly.
JAMES A. CLEHDEm,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY ,
ABBEVILLE, Henry County, Ala.
July 20,1858. —wly.
GRICE & WALLACE,
WILL give prompt attention to all business en
trusted to them.
W. L. GRICE. WM.S. WALLACE.
LANDRETH’S NEW CROP OF
SEED-’ just received and for sale bv
BROOKS & CHAPMAN.
Also, ONION SETS of various kinds.
declO —wtwtf w& tw
Landreth’s Mew Crop Garden Seed,
Just Received at
J. W. PEASE’S BOOK STORE.
OF THE* STATE OF SO..CAROLINA,
rHE Aun’ial Course of Lectures in this Institu
ion, will commence on the Second Monday in
November upon the following branches ‘
Anatomy JjE HOLBROOK, M. D.
Surgery JJ CHISHOLM, M. D.
Theory and Practice of Medicine
PCGAILLARD, M. D.
Physiology J-tfS MOULTRIE, M. D.
Materia Medica HENRY R FROST, M. D
Obstetrics THOS G PRIOLEAU.|M. D.
Chemistry C U SHEPARD, -V. D.
Demonstrator of Anatomy....F T JUILES, M.D
Clinical Lectures are delivered twice a week at the
Marine Hospital and the Roper Hospital, by the Phy
sician and Surgeon of thosefHospitais.
The Anatomical Rooms will be opened inOctober
and ussectionsconducted daiiy by the Demonstra
lathe Anatomical Museum “valuable J additions
have been made in models of a very large size, illus
trative of the more minute and delicate structures of
the human body.
A valuable and interesting .collection of wax of
the various parts of the system, in a healthy and
diseased state,i has also been added.
HENRY R. FROST, Dean.
THE UNION OF THE STATES, AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1858.
WE have now onband and will be constant,y re
ceiving, Prime Tennessee Bacon —Bams, Slues
and Shoulders, which we will sell at the lowest Com
mission House prices. _ „ __
Mar2o—wfatwtf E. BARNARD & CO.
TO THOSE INDEBTED.
|TTE hereby give notice that all claims due us, and
V V not paid or satisfactorily arranged, prior to the
next return day of the respective counties in which
the parties reside, wili be sued. None shall be sligh
mar2o—wtwtf. E. BARNARD & CO.
WRAPPING k EWS P.tPHR,
OF ALL SIZES AND UUALITIES,
FOR SALS AT
Rock Island Paper Mill O&ice,
IN FRONT OF PALACE MILLS.
TERMS CASH. iune 16 wtwtf
THE HALLOTYPE PICTURES
A. 3. RIDDLE,
HAS purchased of J. Gurney, of New York, the
exclusive right for taking Haliotype 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 opared in the art of ,
Photography, but bear a strong resemblance to wax |
figures, for softness and beauty of light and shade. >
Ladies and genttemen are invited to call and exam
Artists who desire to learn this new and beautilul
art, and secure rights for other counties will please
call on A. J RIDDLE, Columbus Ga. JulvVs—
COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS.
18 one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicine
now before the public, that acts as a Cathartic,
easier, milder, and more effectual thau any other
medicine known. It is not ouly a cathartic, but a
Liver Remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject its
morbid matter then on the Stomach and Bowels
t carry oa the matter, thus j accomplishing *two
purposes etfec'ually, without any of the painful fee
lings experiencediii tbeoperation of most ’Chathar
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
The liivei.: is one of the principal regula
tors of the human bo-L s dy; and when it per
forms itsjunctionswell, f the powers of the sys
tem are fully develop fr ( ed. * Theslomachis al
most eniirely depend- j ent on the healthy ac
tion of the Liver for the proper peformance of
its functions, when the )‘j i stomach Is at fault the
boweisareat fault,and jWj the whole system suff
eran consequence olt's ß /Jone organ—the I,tv
e|b-having ceased torU-juioits duty. For the
disease of that organ. / -hj i one of the proprietors
made it his study, •a; in apractice of more
thjan twenty years, to 1 ; remedy
wherewith t© counter-: ,j J ac^p 0 infrUJ derange
ments to which itjis J TjJ fifth le.
prove that this re-1^
any\ person troubled c vl-™ is as: -
plaYtit.in any of its ( has but to try a
uottiV and conviction J i™ertain.
ThAe gums remove 3Mf)'all morbid or bad mat
ter fiYm the system,) 3 supplying intliei replace
a heaiNy flow of bile, jlj} invigorating the Sto
mach, causing food to Cr*; digest well, .purify
ing tlie Tblood, (iijgiviug tone and health
to the whole machine- ry, removing the cause
01 the disease.—effec- I ting a radical cure.
Bilious attacks ) are cured, land,
wlxat is toettex*, iujj prevented, by the
occasional use ol the Liver Invigora
tor. j lj 1
Onedoseafter eating trnjs sufficient sto relieve
the stomach and pre (Solvent the food from
rising and souring i, f t
Only one'dose taken (HHI before retiring, pre
vents Nightmare. i_jj
Only one dose (taken at jjnight, loosens a the
bov/els tgently, and ) ) cures Costiven s.
One dose taken after s J each s meal will cure
ways relieve Sick |“ ( Headaclie.
One dose taken for 3| female obstruction re
movethe cause of the disease, and makes a
Only onedose jimme-1 J diately relieves cholic,
One dose often repea (Gj > ted is a sure cure for
Cliolera Morbus, (F ! and a preventative of
jß@~Only one bottle ir ;is needed to thiow out
of the system theeffects 5 ij! of medicine aftera long
bottle tak-IJon for Jaundice re
moves ail sallow ness or c > unnatural color from
the skin. tL-J>
One dose taken a 3 ru! short time before eat.
ing gives vigor to the 5 i ‘ appetite and makes
food digest well.
One dose often repeated cures Clu-oxiic Diai*-
l’iieea,Tin its worst forms, while SURI ME R and
Bowel complaints yield almost to the first dose
One or two doses cures attacks caused by Worms
in Children; there is no surer, safer, or speedier
remedy in'the world, as it never fails.
A few bottles cures Dropsy, by exciting
We take pleasure in recommending this medi
cine as a preventive for Fever and f Ague,
Chills, Fc-ver, and all Fevers of a Bilious
Type, jit operates with certainty, and thousands
are.willing 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 Invigorator.and
swallow both together.
THB LIVER INVIGOR ATOR,
Is a scientific Medical Discovery, and is daily wor
king cures almost too great for belief. It cures as if
| by magic, even the first dose giving benefit, and
seldom more than one bottle isjrequired to curejauy
kindof Liver Complaint, from the worst jaundiceor
dyspepsia to a common headache, all ot which are
the result ol a diseased liver.
Price Ono Dollar per Bottle.
SANFORD & CO. Proprietors,34s Broadway,New
Barnes & Park New York; T. W. Doytt &. Sons,
Philadelphia; M. S. Burr &■ Cos. Boston; H.H. Hay
& Cos. Portland; John D. Park, Cincinnati; Gaylard
& Hammnd; Clevelaond, Fahr.stock &. DavisTChica
go; O.J. Wood & Cos. St. Louis Geo.H. Keyser,
Pittsburg; S. S, Hance, Baltimore. And retailed by
Sold T Vhole sale and Retail by
J. S. PEMBERTON & CO.,
BROOKS & CHAPMAN,
DANFORTH £* NAGEL,
May2D —wtwly and all Drugggists.
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
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
The Mo iintain City Hydro-theraputic
FOR full particulars, address T. Carleton, M.
D. at Dalton,Ga. Dalton is situated ICO
Miles from Atlanta, and 40 miles from Chatta
ooga, on the Georgia State Road.
Dalton, May I—mayll w3m.
BBDSFL &. WEEMS,
Wholesale and Retail
VVILL ;eep constantly on hand a
ted Stock comprising all articles in their lino,
which are offered to their iriendsand the public
generally at the LOW ESI MARKET PRI
CES. Give us a call.
LOCK WEEMS. A. G. BEDELL,
Columbus, Ga. Dec. 22. wtwtf.
Subscriber has on hand a few STILLS for
l. manuit nuring Peach Brandy or Whin
! ky, which hewil 0 ’ very low. ALSO,
Tin, Sheet Iron and Japan Ware,
every description, w.icf can 6e bought at the
oneoa sh i nolle andCL liberaiterms.
J. B. HICKS,Agent,
ju!ylß v vt Next ioor below “Sans Souci”
Beal Irish Poteen Whisky.
THE subscriber is now manufacturing the real
Irish Poteen Whisky, at hisplace one ar.d 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 Brassill &
Go’s by the drink or % herwise, andby the gallon
at tho distillery.
Beady for the Season!
I VERY RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
TO MY friends and the public, that I have a
splendid supply ot the GiiJEAT SOUTHERN
REMEDY, —I mean
JACK SMITH’S SOUTHERN COR
the remedy for all classes of Bowei Diseases,
Flux Dysenteries, Diarrhoea, (chronic or acute)
the result of Measles, Typhoid Fevers, &e.,and
in fact all Spring and Summer Complaints of
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
ail tho 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 I fail to cure it, it shall not cost the
parties one cent. Oh, if the world could know as
1 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 tho 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 1 will
take very great pleasure in satisfying any unpreju -
diced mind that it is economy itsell for anvapd
every family to keep a bottle at home. Ino tie
mand is increasing daily.
Call and give it one trial.
JACK SMlTH,Planter’s Hotel
April 12—wtwCrn Columbus, Ga-
Jsaek I offer for sale my plantation, situated
||T on Chunennuggee Ridge, in Macon Cos.,
IrJiii, Alabama, containg 551 acres, 309 cleared
It is about 2? miles from Chunennuggee Female
College, and 3 miles from the present terminus ol
the Mobile and Girard Railroad There is on the
place, a most excellent fiamed gin house, new
negro houses, blacksmith shop, wood shop, and
all necessary out buildings. Also a two room log
house, with two framed shed rooms attached, an
excellent well of water, and an abundance of
running water for stock. The land lies well and
is unusually healthy. I will sell a bargain. Come
and see. J. R. ROGERS,
July 20—w2m. Hardaway, Ala-
GEORGIA, Talbot County.
WHEREAS Jesse Carter applies to me for Let ers
oi Guardianship of the persons and property of
Sarah E. Carter, 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
siugulartho kindred and creditors of said deceased
to be and appear at my office within the time pre
scribed by law, then and there to shew’ cause, if any
they have, why said letters of should not be gran
Givenunder my hand,this24th day of July, 1858.
July 26—w40d. _ M ARION BBTHUNE. Ord.
GJEOKGIA, Chattahoochee County.
Court of Ordinary July Term , 1858.
RULE NlSl.—Whereas Samuel D. Harp and
Henry J King,.administrators on the estate of
Joshua R. McCook, deceased, apply for Letters of
Dismission from said administration:
It is therefore Ordered, That allpersons concerned
shew cause, il any they have, why said letters should
not be granted at the Court oi Ordinary to be held
in and for said county on the 2d Mondavin January
next, and it is furiher ordered, that this Rule be
published in terms of the law.
A true transcript from the minutes of said Court
July 1 2 —wGm E. G. RAI FORD, Ordinary,
NOTICE toDebtors anil Creditors:—
All persons indebted to the estate ot Philip Ad
ams, deceased, late of Talbot county, Ga., are here
by requested to make immediate payment and those
having demands against said estate are hereby noti
fied to present them to us duly authenticated within
terms of the law, otherwise they will not be paid.
JAMES ADA MS, f „ ,
WILLIAM ADAMS, $ rs -
A tig, 16 1 858,—w4()d.
Administrator’s Sale.—Agreeably to an
order olthe honorable Court of Ordinary ol
Chattahoochee co.,will be sold on the Ist Tuesday,in
November next,between the legal hours of sale, be
fore the Court Housedoorin thetownof Cusseta,in
said county, all of Lands, together with the Grist
and Saw Mills situated thereon, lying in the county
aforesaid, belonging to the estate of Lemuel W.
Cade, dec’d., containing seven hundred acres more or
less, a large portionjof ‘which is opeu and in a
high state of cultivation. Thenlantation is well
watered, m almost every part, and is highly produc
tive. Theplacehas a comfortable dwelling house,
and all necessary outbui dings thereon. Is situated in
a beautiful, healthy locality,imhe midstof an ex
cellent neighborhood, two milessouth of Jamestown
and within six miles of the county site, and posseses
many other advantages altogether desirable. Persons
wishing to purchase are requested toc illand exam
ine the premises previous to the day of sale.
Terms tnadekuown on the day of sale.
A. J. PRATHER, i Adm , r ,
H. J\l. JENKINS, f A lni r3 *
GEORGIA, Clay County:
TWO monthsafter date application will be ‘made
to the Honorable Court of Ordinary of Clay
county for leave to sell the Real Estate of William
Tonev, tate of said county, deceased.
R.G. RICKS, ) ...
W. TONEY s Ad *
July 20. IRSP.
TWO monthsafter date, application will be made
to the Court oi Ordinary, of Muscogee County,
Ga„io- leave to sell Hhe Real Estate of James L,
Garrard* dec’d. E, BARNARDAdm’r.
Sept.2,l ßsß —w2m
MUSCOGEE RAIL ROAD.
ON and aft erR he 15th July, 1858, the Evening A/ail
Train wiilieave Columbus at 3.45 P. 51. and ar
rive at Macon at 9.18 P. M. ,
Leave Macon at 9.15 A Jtf. arrive at Columbus at
3.45 PM , ,
The Morning slail Train will leave at 4.60 A. M.
andarrive at Macon 9.so A. M.
Leave Macon at 11.45 P. 51. arriveat Columbus
5.35 A. Jil
J. L. MUSTIAN ,Supt.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
MONTGOMERY AND WEST POINT
RAIL ROAD COUI’ANV.
MONTGOMERY. Nov. TJ, 1857.
ON and after this date the PASSLNGER TRAINS
on tins road wm begoverncd by tneiollowing
Leave Montgomery 8.30a. m.
Arriveat West Point 3.30 p. m.
Arriveat Columbus -.50 p. m.
Returning—Leave West Point 9.30 a.m.
Leave Columbus 10.00 a . in.
Arriveat Montgomery 4.00 p. m.
Leave Montgomery 5.20 p. m.
Arriveat West Point 12.50a.m.
“ Columbus 1.00 a. m.
Returning—Leave West Point 7.30 p.m.
Leave Columbus • 7.30 p. m.
Arrive aj Montgomery 2.30 a. m .
Through tickets can be obtained (to. Double Daily
Connections) to Atlanta Chattanooga andNasnville,
and daily connections to Huntsville Memphis and
BETWEEN ATLANTA & COLUIIBUS.
BY an arrangement between the Railroad Com
panies composing the two routes from Atlanta
to Columbus, concluded at their Convention at Sa
vannah on the 16th instant, it was agreed that the
following rates between Atlanta and Columbus
shall govern, taking effect from the first day of
VIA WEST POINT.
Corn per bushel, lie. Wheat 12. Oats 3. Bacon
Whisky Flour insacksor barrels, per KH) lbs. 350-
Bagging, Rope Lard in cans or bbls., per 100 lbs
-45c. Coal, P:g Iron, by car load, per ton of 2000
Corn per busel 14c. Wheat 15c. Oats 10c. Bacon,
Whisky, Flour in Sacks or Bbls., per 100 lbs, 44c.
Bagging,Rope Lard, in cans or bids., per 100 lbs.
55c. Coal, Pig Iron, by car load, per ton of 20011
President and Superintendent Muscogee R. R
GEO. W. ADAMS,
Superintendent Southwestern Railroad.
Macon and Western Railroad.
GEO. G. EULL,
Superintendent Atlanta and LaGrange R.R.
SAMUEL G. JONES,
Engineer and Superintendent M.& W. P. Rail roan.
May 30,1837 —w&twtl.
MOBILE AND GIEAED E-R.
Passenger & Freight Train will leave Girard
A. at 2 P, M daily connecting at Silver Run with
a dailyline of Stages to Villula, Glennville,Eufaula,
Fort Gaines, and Marianua,Fia. And at Gueryton
daily, with the Stages for Uchee Olivet, Enon, Chun
neuuggee, Midway, Hardaway, Pero and Union
Le aving Gueryton at 4 A. M., daily, the Cars will
reach Girard at 7 A.M., connecting with the Ope
lika anu Muscogeo Trains.
g3'”Duplicate Receipts must accompany Freight
Ail freight raustbe paid before goods willbe
Freight delivered at the Depot before 4 o’clock
P.M. will be shipped the following day.
Freights for stations No. 1 (Fort Mitchell,) and
N0.5 (t-oisons’) must be preoaid.
Way freight must in ail cases be paid in advance*
mar2s 1857-w&twtf. Engineer & -Sup,
CIIABE Of’ SCHEDULE.
SAVANNAH & CHARLESION
RUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE
North Eastern R. R. of South oa.
~ THFISPLENDID AND FAST RUN
NING STEAMER GORDON, F.
harden, Commander, leaves Savau
fr>* i4hMri.QHt.rm every Sunday and
Wednesday afternoons at 3 o’clock, and connects at
Charleston with the morning train of the North
Eastern Railroad, going North. Returning, leaves
Charleston every Monday and Friday night at 8
o’clock, (after the arrival ot thecarson the N.E.R.
R.) and arrives at Savannah early next mornings.
By this route passengers can obtain tbroughtick
etsto and from Savannah,Ga. and Wilmington, N C.
Having a through freight arrangement with the
Central K. Road and its connections, ali freights be
tween Charleston and the Interior oi Georgia, con
signed to the agents of this line, will be forwarded
with despatch and free of charge.
J. P. BROOK.S, AgeutSavannab.
E.LAFITTE &CG, Ag’ts.Charlestons
subscribers w ill continue the Commis
i fegeasjsion Business at the oldstand olGreeuwood
Hardaway & Cos. Particular attention will be
given to the sale of Cotton. Cash advances made.
Bagging and Rope supplied at market rates
Also, a heavy article of Cotton Osnaburgs, Cot
ton Rope and Mattrasses of the best quality.
We have on hand a few got Gtanger’s Magic
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