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R. ELLIS & Cos., Proprietors, VOLUME VI. THE COLDMBUJ DAILY TIMES Is published every morning (Sundays excepted.) at Six Dollars per auuum, in advance. Sev en Dollars if not paid before the expiration of the THE COLUMBUS WEEKLY TIMES Is published every TUESDAY MORNING, at Two Dollars per annum,strictly in advance. OJfice on Randolph Street, opposite the Post Office. ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements of five lines or less in either the Daily or Weekly Times, will be inserted at 50 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements exceeding five lines will be charged 10 cents for the first, and five cents per line lor each subsequent insertion. Displayed advertisements will be charged for the space they occupy. The following are the contracting rates change able at pleasure: WEEKLY RATES. : p ‘ w c-. -o 71 No - of I 33 33 i 3 B O 0,0 O O sqrs. s” 5- 33. 33 1 • ST ST I CT ET 3* CD cu co ru (n 1.. 2 50 4 00 5 50 10 00 15 00 20 00 2.. i 5008 00 11 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 3 75011 00 14 50 25 00 35 00 40 00 4 10 00 15 00 19 00; 30 00 400() 50 00 5 12 00 17 00 20 00 40 00 50 00 60 00 0 ! 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 j 20 00 30 00 40 00 1 70 00 80 00 90 00 10 1250010 00 50 00 80 00. 90 00 100 00 DAILY RATES. .: H , W | C O 7Z No * of 33 ! 5 33 2 o o coo o zz a o s a ** sqrs. g: a g g ! g g • co , co j co j ra oo L... 500 700 900 13 00 17 00 1)00 2 9 00 12 00 14 00 18 00 25 00 30 00 3 12 00 15 00 18 00 25 00 33 00 40 00 4 15 00 19 00j 22 00 30 0 0 40 00 50 00 5 18 00 25 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 60 00 6.. 20 00 28 00 35 00 50 00 60 00 70 00 7.. 25 00 33 00 41 00 60 00 70 00 80 00 8 30 00 38 00 46 00 70 00 80 00 90 00 10 40 00 50 00 60 00 80 00 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 intho county in which the property is situate. Notices of these sales must be given in a public gazette forty days previous to the day of sale. 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 published forty days. Notice that application will be made to the Court of Ordinary 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,monmly 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 for the lull space ot three months—for compelling titles from Executors or Administrators, where a bond has been givjn 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 ©©©lK cO®!JB PRINTING- OFFICE, Randolph Street, Columbus, Georgia. HAVING in successful operation one of lIOE I & CO.’S CYLINDER PRESSES RUNNING BY STEAM, We are prepared to execute, at short notice, every j 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 NEW 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, with promptness and despatch, will make 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. &c. 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 with energy and faithfulness. We have now in connection with the office a complete BOOK BXMDBRY, and having recently secured the services of Mr.E. M. Clark (lateof Philadelphia,) in this branch of our business, we pledge ourselves to give the most periect satisfaction in the manufacture of Ledgers, Account Books, Dockets Court Records. Steamboat and Rail Road Blank Books, &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, w’e have adopted the CASH SYSTEM. Sept, let, 1858. R. ELLIS & CO. WILLIAM TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cuthbert, Randolph County, Georgia. Vfl/JLL 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 tl MARION BETHUNE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, TALBOTTON, Talbot County, Ga. i Ictober 24th. 1856. w’twtf. BAUGH & SLADE, ATTOR 3 1 AT LAW, COLUMBUS , GEORGIA. ITTILL practice law in Muscogee and the adjoin- VV ing counties of Georgia and Alabama, cr Office over Bank of Columbus, Broad St. ROBIfRT BAUOH. J. J. SLADK. Columbus,Ga. March 27 1857. wtwtf W. S, JOHNSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. C U S S E T A, Chattahoochee County, Ga. Gives hisentire attention to the practice in Chat ttahoocheeand adjoining counties, ap 26—wtwly* HOWARD fe WEEMS, ATTORNEYSATL AW, CRAWFORD, ALA. ROBERT N. HOWARD. WALTER H- WEEMS. Crawford, Ala., Juneß—wtwtf. BEDELL 8l WEEMS 5 Wholesale and Retail GROCERY DEALERS, © ©IL ©llll IB ©!li©> vyILL ieep constantly on hand a welltseiec ’ * ted Stock comprising all articles in their line, which are offered to th ‘ir iriendsand the public generally at the LO\\EST MARKET PRI CES. Give us a call. LOCK WEEMS. A. G. BEDELL, Columbus, Ga. Dec. 22. wtwtf. JAMES A. CLENDENIN© ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCER Y, ABBEVILLE, Henry County, Ala. July 29, 1858.—wlv. GRICE & WALLACE, AT? ILMJ, BUTLER, GEORGIA. WILL give prompt attention to all business en trusted to them. W. L. GRICE. WM.S. WALLACE. December 16—wtf T- J. G U N N, ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAMILTON, GA. WILL attend promptly to all busincess entrusted to him. January 26, 1858—wly. K. A. TURNIPSEED, ATTORNEY A T LAW , CUTHBERT, Randolph County,Ga. HAVING removed from Cusseta, toCulhbert, Randolph county, will give prompt atten tion to all business entrusted to his care. ap27—wtf. VBNHBAB W. ©Dll, ATTORNEY AT LAW, PRESTON, Webster County, Ga. WILL practice in the counties of Clay, Chat tahoochee, Webster, Early, Randolph, Stewart and Sumter. Particnlar attention giv en to collecting and remitting. January 27, 1857—wtf. ELAM & OLIVER, ATTOR NE Y S A T LAW, BUENA VISTA, MARION COUNTY, GA. WILL practice in the countlesof Marion Ma con, Stewart, Taylor, Chattahoochee, and any of the adjoining counties when tbeirservices'mav be required. Aiso in the District Court of the United States lerthe District of Georgia. WM.D. KLAM. THADDEUS OLIVER. September 10—wtf WM. M. CHAMBERS, W'M. M . ROBBINS. J. A. ROBBINS. Chambers, Robbins & Robbins, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, EUFAULA, ALABAMA. WILL practice in the counties of Barbour, Pike, Henry, Coffee, Dale and Russell. feb I—wlv S. 3 STAFFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAV, BLAKELY, EARLY COUNTY, GA. ap- wtf. FOR SALE. THE Subscriber has on hand a few STILLS for manuta Muring Peach. Brandy or Wliis ky. which he wil ell very low. ALSO, Tin, Sheet Iron and Japan Ware, every description, w .id can be bought at the lowes rates, one ou sb- *1 noth’ and c/f liberalterms. J. B. HICKS,Agent, julylS v vt Next loor below “Sans Souci” Rroad-itreet. THE subscriber is now manufacturing the real Irish Poteen Whisky, at hisplaee 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 saie by the bottle at Brooks & Chapman’s Drug Store, at Brassill & Co’s by the drink or c herwise, and by the gallon at the distillery. ** i mar6—wtwtf A.BRANNAN. THE UNION OF THE STATES, AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1858. Bacon! Bacon! VAfE have newonhand and willbe constantly re ” ’ ceivi ng, Prime Tennessee Bacon —Hams, Sides and Shoulders, which we will sell at the lowest Com mission House prices. Mar2o—w&.twtf E. BARNARD & CO. TO THOSE INDEBTED. CITE hereby give notice that all claims due us, and VV 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. mar2o—wtwtf. E. BARNARD & CO. WHIPPING & NEWS PIPER, OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES, FOR SALE AT Rock Island Paper Mill Office, IN FRONT OF PALACE MILLS. TERMS CASH. iunelfiwtwtf THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. THORN’S COMPOUND fcXTRACT OP COPAIBA AND SARSAPARILLA, possesses advantages not enjoyed by any other medicine foi the cure of sexual diseases, which must with an enlightened public render it assuredly highly popular, and a desideratum long sought for in the medical world. It needs no confinement or change of diet. In its approved lorm, that of paste, it is entirely tasteless, and causes no unpleasant sensation to the patient. It has acquitted the utmost fame in almost every part of Europe; it has been examined, approved of,and sanctioned by the faculty of medicine, and recommended by the most eminent of the profession. Prepared by J. B. THORN, Chemist, London, and for sale, wholesale and retail, by John A. Tarrant & Cos. Agents tor the Uuited Slates, 278 Greenwich street, New York As the above valuable preparation has been ex tensively counterfeited by unprincipled parties in the United States, the proprietor has adopted, as a precaution against imposition on consumers, a Label, of which the following is a lac simile, and which will be found burnt in upon the bottom of Dach pot of the genuine intended for sale in the United States, Canada, British Provinces, West Indies, and South America. / 0 CHEMIST.t\ h LON DON A j| JOHN.A.TARRANT;] \'r NEW YORK. :l \z> SOLE AGENT. / Wx for.the The stamp around each pot will also bear the names of the proprietor and of the United States agents. Druggists and Dealers will observe on each do zen packages the following label: Important Caution. The increased reputaion and grea \ ana . ,ior.i Extract bf Copaiba and Sarsaparilla, have been induce ments for others to offer imitations of this valuable medicine. Venders are particularly warned of this fact, that they may be on thoir guard, and not dispose of any impure article, calculated to in jure 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 thiscaution, to counterfeit which is forgery. John A. Tarrant. Address orders for the above article, with full directions for shipment to JOHN A. TARRANT & CO., Druggists, No. 278 Greenwich, cor. Warren St., N. Y Oct i 1857.—-wtwly. CLOSING SALE OF SPRING & SUMMER SuDiiSL DRY-GOOOS AT HALF PRICE! LET all come and avail themselves of this rare opportunity to purchase good, pietty, and honest made goods at exactly ONE HALF oiour regular price, and thirty three per cent less than w T e paid for them ourselves. We mean exactly what w r e say, and hope the care that.we have always taken to have our bus iness and goods come full up to our advertisament, w’ill be sufficient to convince at least all, who have so kindly favored us with their patronage, that we are in earnest. We are now offering our large stockfof Muslins and Berages at exactly one half our regular price. That is to say—Muslins that we have been selling at 12* cents, we now sell at - - - - - 6? cents. “ “ 20c “ 10 “ “ “ 374 “ 18* Muslin side stripe,Robe a’Quille priceSl.2s for 624 “ “ “ “ 2 50 for 1.25 “ “ “ “ 4-CO for 2.00 “ “ rt “ 5.00 lor 2.50 Barege Robe a’Quille, price 5.C0 for 250 do do do 8 00 for 4 00 do do do 10.00 for 500 do do do 12.00f0r6 00 do do do 25.00 fbrl’2.so SHOES l SHOES! We have in store a large stock of Gents, Ladies Misses Boys’ and Children’s Shoes, hich we will sell at Cost, consisting of— Ladies’Enamel Heel Boots, Colored Slippers, Kid Slippers Jenny Lind Boots, Enamel Kossuth Boots,jColored Pat Slippers, Kid R. R. Buskins, Cloth Heel Gaiters, Fine Kid Slippers, Calf Slippers. Gent’s Congress Boots, Congress Gaiters, Patent Leather Gaiters, Seal Gaiters, Calf Sewed Shoes, Kip Brogans, Patent Leather Shoes,Enamel Shoes,Low Quar tered Shoes and a variety of Slippers. Children’s Calf Congress Boots, Enamel Jenny Lind Boots Kid Heel Boots, Enamel Heel Boots, Fancy Heel Boots, Paroda Boots, Heel Gaiters, Kid Slippers and Boots, Enamel Boots. §!& MBITS* Have this day received an entire new lot of LA C E EXTENSION SKIRTS,— made from the finest Watch Springs, and which we will sell cheap. Other goods in our stock will be offered at un* usually ow prices. TERMS CASH—NO SE COND PRICE. Very Respectfully, G. \V. ATKINSON A TAYLOR, Next door to Brooks 6$ Chapman’s Drug Store, Corner of Bioad and Randolph Streets. Columbus, Ga., July 8, 1858. wtf tw2 LAND!LAND! THE Subscriber offers for sale the following tracts ot Land, formerly held by Dr- M. T. Mendenhall of Charleston, S. C. No. Dist. 247 19 Muscogee county. 136 9 1 12 Marion county. 216 13 Webster. 249 24 “ “ S3 21 Stewart county. July 20, 1858. tw3wtf L. T. DOWNING. PLANTATION AND MILLS FOR SALE. fjjL HAVING determined to remove West offer for sale my Plantation and Mills in Chattahoochee county. The body ot lands contains aboutl 300 acres, of which there is a considerable portion open and in cultivation. The mills (Grist and Saw) are in good repair, al most new, situated on the road leading from Co lumbus to Buena Vista, via Glenalta, on the Ochiii Creek, are operating advantageously. Persons wishing to purchase this most desirable place, are requested to call and examine for themselves, as sured ihat a great bargain may be had. During my absence the premises will be shown to purcha sers by G. P. Gordy, who may be found on the place. SAMUEL D. HARP. July 12—wtf 1000 ACRES OF Flint River Lands, for Sale. THE undersigned being desirous of wind f||t§king up their business, offer for sale, on any to suit purchasers, a valuable settle- mentof One Thousand Acres of Land) lying on the West side of the Flint River, ten miles north o! 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 less liable to be innun dated by the River than any lands on said River in Macon county, and will doubtless make from 00 to sObushels of corn per acre, and from 1500 to 2000 lbs of cotton. There are 80 acres of pine land, and 15 of Swamp cleared and in a state of cultiva tion. Water, healthand society cannoibeexcelled in South Westerr Georgia. Applyto COOK & MONTFORT, Julvil—w&twtf. at Ogietliorpe.Ga. The Mo jntain City Hydro-theraputic Institute. 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. £riattiftc QVmericau PROSPECTUS OF VOLUME FOURTEEN, BEGINS SEPTEMBER 11, 1858. Mechanics, Inventors, Manufacturers and Farmers, ‘pHE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN has now reached JL its fourteenth year, and will enter upon anew volume on the 11th September. It is the only week ly publication ot the kind now issued in this coun try, and it has a very extensive circulation in all the States ot the Union. It is not, as some might suppose from its title, a dry, abstruse work on tech nical science ; on the contrary, it so deals with the great events going on in the scientific, mechanical and industrial worlds, as to please and instruct eve ry one. 1 f the mechanic or artizan wishes to know the best machine in use or how to make any sub stance employed in his business—if the housewife wishes to get a recipe for making a good coior, &c. —if the inventor wishes lo know what is going on in the way of improvements—if the manufacturer wishes to keep posted with the times, and to employ the best facilities in hisbusiness—if the man of lei sure and study wishes to keep himself familiar with the progress madein the chemical laboratory, or in the construction ot telegraphs, steamships, railroads reapers, mowers and a ♦housand other machines and appliances, both of peace and war—all these de siderata can be found in the Scientific American, and not elsewhere. They are here presented in a reliable and interesting form, adapted to the comprehension of minds unlearned inthe higner branches of sci ence and art. TERMS One copy, one year $ Q One copy, six months J Five copies, six months 4 Ten copies, six months 8 Ten copies, twelve months. 15 Fifteen copies, twelve months 22 Twenty copies, twelve months 28 The money must in all cases be paid in advance. Specimen copies sent gratuitously for inspection. Southern and Western money or Postage Stamps taken for subscription. Letters should be directed to MUNN & GO., 128 Fulton street, New York. o*~Messrs. Munn & Co.are extensively engaged in procuring patents for new inventions, and will advise inventors, without charge, in regard to the novelty of their improvements. aug 21—twtf THE LAST CALL ! MONEY WANTED. THE subscriber having purchased the entire interestoiV. R. TOMMEY, inthe Notes and accounts of the late firm of J. ENNIS &, CO (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 of J. Ennis &, Co.,and settle the same,or they will find their Notes and Accounts in the hands of an officer for collection. J ENNIS. Columbus, Oet. wtwtf To Teachers, A Rare Opportunity. I) AN DOLPH Male College, Cuthbert, Georgia 1) now and since its origin a chartered Institu tion, and flouring in the number of its Students and Boarders, with part, or all the improvements and property belonging thereto, is offered for sale, privately till the first Tuesday in November next, when if not disposed of, I will sell at public sale at Cuthbert Court House. Terms, one, two, three or more payments, as may suit purchasers. The health,two Female Colleges, three Railroad con nections, and extensive school patronage of Cuth bert, all combine to render this a desiiable and safe investment, the buildings are all new, and with the location admired by all either for public or private use. It may easily be converted into a magntficent residence. Apply for particulars, at Tallahassee, Fla., to A. L. O’BRIEN. Sept 20th, 1858, lw-3w. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. A S I am desirous of winding up my business, and moving out west, I offer for for sale my place, lying on the Upatoie Creek, in Talbot County, two miles north-west ot Geneva. This place contains two hundred acres, more or less; and three or seven hundred acres can be added to this tract- For further information, ap p'y to M. T. McCrary, on the place, or to me at Geneva. I also offer for sale, one Lot in the town of Geneva, on which is situated a Grocery House, a Tenpin Alley, and Dwelling House. It is one of the best stands for a Grocery in the County. Terms accommodating. , H. H. MeCRARY. Aug. ft), 1858. wtf MUSCOGEE HAIL ROAD. Change of Schedule. ON andafterjthe 15th July, 1858, the Evening JUail Train wu leave Columbus at 3.45 P. M. and ar rive at Macon at 9.18 P. J>l. Leave Macon at 9.45 A-V. arrive at Columbus at 3.45 P M The Morning Mail Train will leave at 4.( 0 A. M. andarrive at Macon 9.50 A.M. Leave Macon at 11.45 P. M. arriveat Columbus 5.35 A. M. J.L. MUSTIAN,Supt. Columbus,” July 15 —tw&wtl CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. MONTGOMERY AND WEST POINT RAIL ROAD COMPANY, MONTGOMERY, Nov. 19,1857. ON and after this date the PASSENGER I'KAINS on this road win be governed by tne following SCHEDULE: DAY TRAIN. Leave Montgomery 8.30a. m. Arriveat West Point 3.30 p. m. Arriveat Columbus 2.60p.m. Returning—Leave West Point 9.30 a.m. Leave Columbus 10.00 a.m. Arriveat Montgomery .. 4.10 p. m. NIGHT TRAIN. Leave Montgomery 5.20 p. m. Arriveat West Point 12.50a.m. “ Columbus I.ooa. ip. Returning—Leave West Point 7.30 p.m. LeaveColumbu3 7.30 p.m. Arrive at Montgomery 2.30 a. m . Through tickets can be obtained fio. Double Daily Connections) to Atlanta Chattanooga and Nasnv.lle, and daily connections to Huntsville Memphis ar.d Knoxville. S.G.JONES Eng’r.& Sup. FREIGHT ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN ATLANTA & COLUMBUS. f) Yan arrangement between the Railroad Com y paniee 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 snail govern, taking effect front the first day of .Way 1857. VIA WEST POINT. Corn per bushel, lie. Wheat 12. Oats 8. Paeon Whisky Flou- insacksor barrels, per 100 lbs. 35c* Bagging, Rope Lard in cans orbbis., per 100 lbs -45c. Coal,, Pig Iron, by car load, per ton of 2000 lbs. $3.75. VIA MACON. Corn per busel 14c. Wheat 15c. Oats Loc. Bacon, Whisky, Flour in Sacks or Bbls., per 100 lbs, 44c. Bagging, Rope Lard, in cans orbbis.. per 100 lbs. 55c. Coal, Pig Iron, by car load, per ton of 2001) 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. HULL, Superintendent Atlanta and LaGrange R .R. SAMUEL G. JONES, Engineer and Superintendent M. & VV. P. Itailroau. May 30,1837—w&twtf. MOBILE AND GIRARD R.R. Passenger & Freight Train will leave Girard X at 2 P, i\i daily connecting at Silver Run with a dailyline of Stages to VilluJa, Glennville,Eufaula, Fort Gaines, and Marianna,Fia. And at Gueryton daily, with the Stages for UcheeOiivet, Enon, Chun neuuggee, Midway, Hardaway, Pero and Union •Sprin s. Leaving Gueryton at 4 A. M., daily, the Cars will reac.;> Girard at 7 A.M:, connecting with the Ope lika anu Muscogee Trains. Receipts must accompany Freight shipped. Allfreightmustbepaid before goodswillbe discharged. Freight delivered at the Depot before 4 o’clock P. M. will be shipped the following day. Fieights for stations No. 1 (Fort Mitchell,) and N0.5 (.Fo,sons’) must be prepaid. Way freight must in all cases be paid in advllkck* JOHN HOWARD, mar2s 1857-w&twtf. Engined & Sup. CIIAGE OF SCHEDULE. SAVANNAH & CHARLESTON STEAM-PACK E T LIN E. RUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE North Eastern R. R. of South Ca. TilF-’SPLENDID AND FAST RUN i STEAMER GORDON, F. Commander, leaves Savan SsllSSßSgieSSaah for Charleston 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 the carson theN.E, R. R.) and arrives at Savannah early next mornings. By this route passengers can obtain through tick ets to and from Savannah,Ga. and Wilmington, NC. Having a through freight arrangement with the Central K. Road and its connections, all freights be tween Charleston and the Interior of Georgia, con signed to the agents of this line, will bo forwarded with despatch and free of charge. J. P. BROOKS, AgentSavannab. E. LAFITTE &CO, Ag’ts.Charlestong Jan 15—w&twil 1160 Acres Land for Sale. COMPARING in quality with the be-t lands in Barbour County, Ala., embracing a large a mount of the best kind of cotton lands. Said Tract lies 11 miles west of Eufaula, Ala —a Cot- r ton market on the Chattahoochee River, and soon to be connected with Savannah, Ga. by S. W. Railroad. A good framed dwelling, all out buildings necessary for a cotton larm, together with 800 acres cleared and under a good fence are embraced. Sold under will of W T m. Ott, deceased, for di vision. A bargain is positively offered in all, or in two separate bodies- Apply to E. S. OTT, Ex’r. Fort Browder, Ala., Aug. 22. w3 n* LAND FOR SALE. THE Subscriber offers fo* sate about acres of Land.comprising TOOaeres j£3psJ boitom land, about 1000 acres fertile ham mock. 600 to 900acresnowiii cultivation, in good repairand well watered—the balance good oak, hickory aud pineland, withan excellent range for stock. The improvements are agood dwelling houseand ! all necessary buildingsfor plantation purposes These laDdsare located on Pei River, iu Barbour and onthe Road leading from Loim villc to Monticelloby “Hobdy’g Bridge,” and will be sold LOW FOR (JASH,andinquantiiies tosuit Pur chasers. Alsothe entire stock of cattle, hogs and sheep,are offered for sale. Persons wishing to purchase, can gain all infor mation byexaminingthe premises and consulting j the subscriber. H. HOBDY, 1 Julyl—wtf Pike County, Ala. PEYTON H. COLQUITT, ( JAMES W. WARREN. \ BLACKWOOD’S MAGAZINE. AND THE BRITISH REVIEWS. L SCOTT & CO., New Y*rk, continue to • publish the following leading British Peri odicals, viz: 1. THE LONDON QUARTERLY,(Conservative) 2. 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