THE DAILY TIMES.
Things about Town.
Our reporter visited eveiy part of the city yos
teiday for news, so anxious was he to have an ar
ticle that would interest our city readers. He
complains bitterly of our long editorials upon poli
tics or abstruse questions,and says they are never
read except by men who have nothing else to do—
that business folks like light articles, that will
please the fancy, and short ones at that* We are
not disposed to disregard the words of our friend,
and promise our readers to keep a wateh-out for
every item of local news, that will interest them
or gain a subscubor, without descending to matters
unworthy the dignify oi a respectable Journal.
Yesterday was a great day for wagons loaded
with cotton and produce. Indeed, so far as th 3
appearance of business is concerned, it was the
day of the season. Broad street was jammed
with wagons, and while the receipts of cotton
might be iiglvcr than at former periods, we are
sure our merchants, grocery-men and bank-men
were well pleased with the profits of the day. The
farmer’s debts are always postponed until their
cotton is sold, when they lay in a supply of groce
ries, et cet. Now is the lookedfor time and many
a long face has been changed as by a magicians
wand into a gladsome and merry countenance.
Still all are not happy. Tho extravagant youth
finds the constable close at his heels and the too
liberal provider is dunned at every corner by
troublesome lawyers. Upon the whole, however,
money matters are easy and everybody is getting
on at a respectable rate.
Tho river continues low and as a mattei of
course our boats are tied up. ‘I bis state of things
causes much cotton to come to Columbus, that
would otherwise go to Apalachicola, while it re -
tards its shipment- We heard yesterday of farm
ers from the lower part of Stewart and near
Florence making this city their market. This may
arise from the good bargains, w*hich they are able
to m ke in purchasing their winter supply of ar
ticles, or the price offered for their cotton.
The Eagle and Howard Factories are in op
eration, notwithstanding the low water, and are
doing a heavy business. The Coweta Falls Fac
tory, which has been closed for some years, is now
being refitted and will soon be ready lor operation.
The Carter Factory has never been used Ur the
purpose of manufacturing goods. Though rearing
up six or seven stories high, it is used solely as a
rope manufactory. The Gin Factories, Iron
Foundries, and Variety work3 are all in opera
tion with prospects of success.
The pine blights are still observed in the groves
near the city. It has been suggested, if the trees
were thined out it would be beneficial.
Our reporter still has faith in the completion of
tho new bridge by the good people in the upper
part of the city. He thinks the merchants and
warehouse men know their interest too well to be
indifferent about it and not finish it. It is now,
vve believe, the most plsasant promenading ground
in the city, and a place where the young and old
congregate in the afternoon.
Tho weather is mild and delightful, and with
the exception of the dust, wo are well satisfied.
A pleasant residence, in the upper part of the
city, is offered forsaleby Samuel Boykin, Execu
tor, or T G Holt. Also two v icant lots adjoining
thereto and Store House No* 34 on Broad street.
In default of a sale, the above property will be
Read tho advertisement of Dr. W. W. Wilson,
of Talbotton, Ga .dealer in Drugs,Stationary, etc
The Superintendent of the Museogee Railroad
wants to hire able-bodied laborers. Bring ’cut in.
While the comet is attracting the gaze of thou
sands, the elegant fall stock of goods of Messrs.
Manley if Hodges is the theme of conversation
with the Ladies. Seldom do vve find the display
of such exquisite taste in the selection of goods as
in their purchase. Give them a call and you will
Hf**Mr. A. O. Stanley of Harris County adver
tises tor a likely uegroes who has left his premises
and offers a reward —See Advertisement.
G. YV. Atkinson & Taylor offer inducements
for the fashionable world to visit them—You get
bargains here for the cash, by which 15 or 20 pe
cent will be saved. See advertisement
DAILY COMMERCIAL RECORD.
Columbus Times Office, Sept. 24.
Cotton came in briskly yesterday, and sales
were freely made on a basis from Hi to Hi.
Receipts 1128—Sales678 bales.
Mobile, Sept. 21.—The Boatd of Health re- j
port five deaths from yellow fever for tho twenty
four hours ending at 6 o’clock this day.
D. Herndon, M D. Secretary.
Mobile, Sept. 21,—COTTON—Fair demand
and steady market. Sales 1,700 bales. Mid
dling )H io 1 He-
Montgomery, Sept 23.—COTTON.—The
market was much excited to-day, and a large
business was done from \vagon3 and warehouses.
All offering was readily taken at e advance on
yesterday’s prices. Middling lli, strict middling
to good, life.
Savannah,Sept, 23.—COTTON. —There was j
a brisk demand yesterday, and a good business
would have been dono had full stocks been on the
market. The sales footed 807 bales, closing firm
at the following quotations ;
Strict middling, 12L
Good middling 12.
Middling fair 121-
Ax gcsta, Sept IG.—Sales of cotton this fore
noon amounted to 450 bales, at the following
prices: 19 at 112; 78 at 12; and 353 at 12£ ce°x
Receipts 638 bales.
New York, Sept. 21 —The sales ol cotton yes*
terday embraced about 700 to 800 bales, closing
without change in prices. Flour was in better
demand, with fair sales to the domestic trade and
some purchaps for export. Tne market closed
with much firmness, and in some cases of com*
mon grades prices were better. Wheat was firm,
and prime to choice lots of western aDd sou’hem
were scarce and more firmly held ; sales were
moderate. Corn vvas unchanged, and the sales
made were light, including western mixed at 70e~
to 75c., white southern 87c. to 88c., and Penmvi
vania yellow at 98e Pork heavy, with some
sales of mess at 81 < to 17 20. and prime at sls
to 15 20; 100 bids, mess were reported sold, de
liverable on the Ist of December, at §l6 50. Su
gars were quite steady, with sales of about 700 to
800 and 300 boxes. Coffee was qu et but
firm. Freights were quite steady, with moderate
„ New Y ork, Sept. 24.- Sales of cotton to-day
,000 biles, with a firm market. Flour advan
cing, with sales of 17 500 barrels. Wheat buoy
ant with sales of 35,000 bushels. Corn advan
cing; sales 63,000 bushels—white 88, and yellow
9. cents per bushel. Spirits of Turpentine firm
and advancing; sales 3 500 barrels, at 50 to 51c.
Kosm steady at SI 75 per 310 p unds.
ARRIVALS, September. 21,1858,
AT THE PERRY HOUSE:
J .f 1 Walton Talbot; Wm Carter. Ga; Judge
Wellborn, Columbus A Hurt, Ladv and servants,
A\*’> Hurt, Ala; M C Farley, Hamilton, Ga;
Wm McGehee, J Murphy, J D Whitehead, Har-
•iis co. Ga; J O Burrass, Ala ; J B Foster, Ga.;
E H Gather, Ga.; Thos W Coles, Ala; R B
Watson, Apalachicola, Fla; R H Leonard, J H
Weeks, W .1 Weems. J W Bozeman, Talbot
ton, Ga.; E Wimberly, A D Campbell, S C.;
Peter V Guery, Lady and Son, T D Stanley, W.
A Paulk, Ala; Peter Crow, N G ; J R Fulmore
and daughter, Cass co, Ga; E G W Moon, SC ;
Joseph Pou, Talbotton, Ga; E T Napier, Macon,
AT THE PLANTERS HOTEL:
O R nneal. Dr S Grant, and Son,.John Eaton, Uchee
Ala; M Ireidenbuig, Hamilton,Ga; Benjamin Jen
kins, .Charles l-urgerson.Ga, P Cox, J W Edwards.
Upatoie,Ga; A Jones, Ala; Dr W K .Skinner Pike Cos
Aia; .1 H Smith,Ba hour, Cos, Ala: A Stow. Ala; F
Tate, and servt.AJa; T A Siiuptetleld, Louisville, Gs;
W H Parkman. Chataboochee. Cos, Ga; E It tch Ga
John P Mathis, Marion oo Ga; JobnEMatais Mari
on c< : Dr. VV P Sheppard, Aim ; \V B Butts, Ma Hoi.
co.: Cnarles Goldstein; Ga; Charles Smith, Ga; Mrs
Calhoun and Mrs Walker, Russell co . Ala,
MUSCOGE E R AILROAD,
CONSIGNEES, SEPT. 24, 1858.
M&WPRR, J Widgeon,
Mob. &, G R R, R M A dwoith,
Gunby & Cos., B M P,
WK& B L Briers, L Schwarz,
D Walbaum, Clarke and Irverson,
Jordan & Daniel, G W Atkinson and Cos,
J Kyle and Cos. C Ogletree,
J Bualter, J Schweed,
Pullurn & Cos, B and C,
J Friedenburg, A L McKay,
Harrison Pitts, B G and S Stern,
Haddock G, Cos. J Ligon,
Hull Duck <v. Cos., W W Robinson & Cos
W II Wall, Tuttle VV and Cos.
J S & VV J Wood, T Ragland and Cos,
M Jacobe, E li Beall,
E tes Bro., M Woodruff,
Ell is &. Mathis, Blum <Xt Frank,
Redd, Prcer <& Cos E A S.
Jones & Beil, T B Howard,
Mcßae & Jones. Dantord IN and Cos.
N J Bussey, Rosette M fc Cos.
J N Webb, J W Peace and CJavke,
Nance &. Renfroe, L F Stow,
Laney if Bro, Rock I-land Mills,
Chaffin and Johnson, J McCormick,
J VV Clark, D Bussey <V. Bro.
J J and G J Cranberry J B Jacques & Bro,
W II Webb, J Ennis and Cos,
J J McKendree, L Paullain,
J H Mulford, < lemons Brown and Cos
II D Lamply is Cos, A Hunter
G L McGough & Cos. J F Treutlin,
King Allen if Camak. Gettinger& Cos.
Hall, Moses and Cos, Manley if Hodges,
H Grossmayer, Redd Johnson Cos.,
D S Johnson, Brassill &. Cos,
E B Young &Son, J Freedman,
Hughes Daniel & Cos. O G Kyle.
VV If Griffin &Cos, Carter if Jones,
Van Marcus, Smith & Daniel,
McKee R & McKee, Carrikee and Newton,
S Rothschild if Bro., Jefferson and Hamilton,
J H Daniel &, Cos, Brooks if Chapman
F R Sackleford, W Clarke.
FA S. Shipp Howard,
A and P A A H Dewit,
H Freeman, Lednum and David,
J L Logan, T Langford,
AC Gordan and Cos, J P and A ll'ges,
Hunt and Cos. Muscogee R R
Barnett if Ellison, W Mount and Cos,
Kendall &. McR J Kinsley
J S Pemberton and Cos. DB,
F Backle. E W Tarver.
FR.gall, T J Hunt,
MONTGOMERY AND W. P. R. R.
CONSIGNEES, SEPT. 21 ’SB.
Dillard P £$ Cos., Joel Hamiter,
King Allen & C, Brown and Cos,
Muscogee R R, II J P Mells,
SOLI) ON COMMISSION.
TRADERS and other parties having Negroes
to sell in this market, are informed (hat we
will receive and sell them
trip IVe neither buy nor sell any Negroes on i
our own account.
ELLIS & MATHIS, j
Columbus, Sept. 18—d6t.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP,
THE firm heretofore existing under the name
and style of McKEE, ROBERTS &. Mc-
KEE is hereby dissolved.
The undersigned will settle the business of the
firm. Those indebted to tho old firm of McKee
& Roberts, and also to the present firm ol McKee,
Roberts & McKee, wil please come forward and
settle, and those having claims against said firms,
will present them to the undersigned for payment
-11. C. McKEE,
J. G. McKEE.
Columbus, Sept. 11, 1858—d2w.
#THE Exercises of this School will he
resumed on Monday the 4th day of Oc
tober next under the charge, as hereto
fore Miss A. BAILEY.
Lessons on the Piano will be given
by a comi etent Female Teacher.
Hoard can be obtoiued in the immediate neighbor
Beallwood, Sept 7 18 8. did.
Tri-weekiy Enquirer copy
HARRISON & PITTS,
AUCTION ■& COMMISSION
59 and 61 Broad. street Columbus, Ga.
WILL sill continue the above line at our old
stand. Thankful for the patronage hereto
fore so liberally extended to us by our friends and
the public, we hope by renewed exertions to merit
its continuance. No efforts will be spared to give
entire satisfaction to those who may confide tbeir
business to our care.
We will give our personal attention to the
sale of Keal Estate, Negroes. Merchandize and Pro
duce. Having houses fitted up expressly for the
purpose ,we are prepared to board, purchase
ana sell Negroes on Commission.
Liberal advances will be made as heretofore on
Negroes and Merchandize.
Administrators and Executors’ sales attended to
on reasonable terms.
OTA Stock of LIKELY NEGRGOESof all
classes will be kept eonstant.lv on hand.
Oil AS. S. HARRISON,
GEORGE l. PITTS.
Columbus, Sept. 2,1858. —wtwly
BY HARRISON & FITTS.
SUNDRIES ATTrIVATE SALE.
/A H H HS. BACON (Extra Clear Sides,)
01/ fiOßarrels Rectified Whisky 25c per gallon.
20 “ Old Burboun Whisky;
10 ‘ ** Monongahela “
200 Boxes Virginia Tobacco.
100 Boxes Star C miles.
100 Oases Cognac Brandy.
100 Cases Chestnut Grove Whisky.
1 Qr. Cask fine French Brandy.
5 Hbls American Brandy.
50,000 Cigars-assorted brands.
Persons in want of any of the above goods will
find it to their interest to give us a tail
HARRISON & PITTS, Auct’rs.
Sept. 1, 1858—ti&wim.
FIFTY NEGROES WANTED.
- HAVING made our a-rangements for
the Fall trade, we desire to purchase
50 or Sixty Likely Negroes,
ot good character, consisting of yonng
men, women, plough boys,and gi'ls, for whom
the hignest marketprice will be paid. Pers.ns ha
ving negroes for sale wilifmd it to their interest
to give us a call. We will receive and sell Ne
groes on Commission and no efforts will be spared
to make satisfactory sales, for those who may
place their negroes in our charge.
Liberal advances always made on negroes when
Call atthe Auctioo and Negro mart of
HARRISON & PITTS,
aug2l—wtwtf 50 & 61 Broad Street.
CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING!
ligiSfi, iiiifi &
No. 120 Broad Street* COLUMBUS, LA,
Are now opening a large and extensive stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, all of theirown manu
facture, and made up in the most desirable styles worn this season. Most of the stock having been
purchased for CASH, it will enable us to se 1 the same for CASH at lower prices than any other
House in the city, for the same quality of goods. Goods sold at this establishment will be found as
We would call particular attention to our stock of #
GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS,
it is extensive and embracing every variety.
BOYS AND YOUTH’S CLOTHINGS,
a full assortment in Store. Large lot of
TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, UMBRELLAS LADIES
BONNET BOXES, and TRAVELLING TRUNKS,
GENTLEMEN'S SHAWLS MUFFLERS,
COMFORTS, RAIL-WAY RUGS.
400 Suits Blue Satinett for Traders.
800 “ Kersey ibr Servants wear.
A s this is the
Only Cash Clothing Establishment in the City,
Ruyers for Ca-h will find it to their interest to give us a call b -fore making their purchases.
POSITIVELY NO MEMORANDUM ACCOUNTS kept against purchases made.
Thanklul lor past patronage, we hope to merit a continuance ol the *ame.
ROSE I’TE, MELICK & CO.
Hr. S. E. LAWHON,
Having taken an interest in the above establishment would be pleased to see his old friends and
acquaintances, and will be ready at all limes to serve them.
Sept. 20— dw6m.
F. LAN DON,
102 Broad St., Columbus,
Has on hand an elegant assortment of Fall
and Winter Hats, embracing SILK, GASSI
MERE, and SOFT HATS, of every variety,
color, size and shape. For sale
C HE E _A_ ]?.
Columbus, Ga., Sept 14. 1858. w&dtf
Ham. ®. w. BUM®,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
THANKFUL for past and present
S?i^yw33v^ faYO rs> would respectfully give notice
WntitWfl lhat continues to give instruction
J “ Sr j ** in Vocal and Instrumental music.
Applications received at Carter’s music Store.
Sept. 7- dkm*
tpQgai sasasiys ae® isiM’isia
[WILL be in Columbus at the stables of Ivey,
Wilkins &, Cos. by the 20ih inst., with a lot of
fine Horses, some 10 pairs of well matched Broke
Horses, aLo a lot ol fine single Horses.
Columbus, Sept. 14th, 1858. dlw
ALLEN &. CAMAK having purchased the
interest of B. A. Sorsby in the above well
known FIRE PROOF BRICK WAREHOUSE,
would be glad to see their old friends and patrons
at their new place of business, where they have
formed aco partnership wjth J. W. King, uuder
the name and style of
KING, ALLEN & CAMAK,
for the transaction of a general STORAGE AND
Special attention paid to the Sale of Cotton and
Produce, and the Receiving and Forwarding j
Marchendise consigned to our care.
Liberal Advances made on Cotton in Store or
for shipment to our friends in Savannah, Charles- j
ton, New York or elsewhere.
Bagging and Rope furnished our customers at
We solicit a share of public patronage, and
pledge ourselves, by close attention to business to
A M. ALLEN,
TIIE undersigned, in retiring from the Ware
house business, takes great pleasure in re
commending to his friends a continuance of their
favor and patronage to the new firm
(Signed) B. A. SORSBY.
Columbus, Julv ft, 1858 d6m. __
SEVERAL TENEMENTS—one on Broad
Street, eligible as a B raiding House.
L. T. DOWNING.
Aug. 19—twtf. _
FROM the Ist of October next, the City Hofei,
near tho Market House. Applv to
July 3 tvv3m. At Rankin’s old Stand,
TO RENT OK LEASE-
A Chartered Female College with
all the necessary buildings and other
convef fi ences - A gentleman, with a
wife competent to teach Music,could
make handsome salaries
For further particulars apply to
Rev T C. STANLEY,
Flat Shoals, Merriwether co., Ga.
Southern Christian .Advocate and Savannah
Geogian copy weekly four limes and send bill to
rpilE Store on tho corner of Broad and Randolph
Streets, at present occupied bv E Barnard & Cos
is for rent from the Ist Oetooer next. Apply to
sept 13—dll’ PERRY SPENCER
GHKENWOOIt & (TRAY.
N\\\\\ THE undersigned have formed
a Co-parinerehip under the
tirrn lor the transaction of a general Ware-House
and Commission Business in this city.
From the long experience of Mr. Greenwood,
(in the late firm of Greenwood if Cos.) and Mr.
Gray (in the late firm o* Stewart, Gray V C 0.,)
they flatter themselves they will be able, by giving
their undivided and personal attention to all busi
ness entrusted to their care, to give general satis
faction, They will be regularly supplied with the
latest foreign and domestic intelligence, which
will always be at the serivee of their patrons
The usual CASH ADVANCES will be made,
and Bagging, Rope and other goods furnished
when defiled. £> g GREF/NWOOD>
W. C. GRAY.
Columbus, July 13, 1858 —w'.w3m.
WfliO'Ulont like to be dunned;’ will pie.se
** save themselves the mortification and us the
trouble and expense,by paying up, or ice shall
sue out our claims , and close all business connec
ti ocs with such parties.
We did believe .your promise,
Now believe ours.
REDD, JOHNSON & CO.,
Columbns, Ga., Aug. 7,1858 wtltjan dim,
iE. BARNARD & CO.
WHOLESALE AJND RETAIL
GROCERS & PROVISION DE A.LERS
BH AVE on hand, and will constantly keep,
a large and well selected Sto k,embracing
every article in their line, which are offered
to their friends and the public,at the lowest
market prices C< me and see us.
Columbus, Sept. 29. 1857. w&twtf.
To Our Customers!
FROM and after the first January next, we shall
adopt, as nearly as possible, the FASH
S VST Ell. Necessity Compel* us to this
< our*e. From that day all articles will be priced
as cash. Where credits are given (which will on
ly be extended to those who have promptly paid
us) an addition will be made to the price named
according to the time required bv the purchaser.
E. BARNARD, & CO.
Dec, 31.1857 —w&twGm.
1 A A BOXES Havana Cigars of various brands
lUv tor sale at small advances for Cash by
| Jan 19 —wtwtf E. BARN ARD & CO.
STEAM. ENGINE FOR SALE
LOW FOR CAfcH OR GOOD PAPER
ONE Steam Engine, 8 inch cylinder, 12 inch
stroke, with tubular boiler, smoke stock, 12
leet turned shafting, all complete. Everything is
new and warranted perfect. Any person wishing
to purchase can call and see the engine work at
any time, and satisfy themselves that she is a No.
1 engine. Call on or address
Sept. 3, 1858 dim
R ANA WAY
fOn the evening of the 28th of August,
my boy William, common y called Bil,
some 30 or 35 years of age, about 5 feet
11 j inches m height, his complexion not
quite black, wears a pair of whiskers, and
also a moustache, the first joint of his left thumb
is cut off and the back of his right hand recently
hurt by machinery. He is rather spare built and
stoops as lie walks. The subscriber thinks he is
about the City. He will give SIO,OO reward lor
his apprehension and safe delivery.
WILEY E. JONES.
Sept. 17, 1858. dtf
! W- W. ROBISON,
Wholesale Dealer in
I FAMILY GROCERIES, &c.,
WEST SIDE OF BROAD STREET,
HAS now on hand, and will constantly keep,
an excellent selection of all the articles usu
ally ki-pt in the Grocery line, llis took consists
in pait of
| Bacon. Lard, Flour, Sugar, Coffea, Symps, Flour,
Salt, Rice, Cheese, Bagging, Rope, Tobacco,
i Nails, S'-ap. Crockery, &c. Together with eve
; ry article usually and m inded by tin city or country
■ trad-, all of which he offers to his triends and the
i public, at ihe lowest market piices. Call and see.
Sept. 4, 1858. d&w3m.
FFI EDOM FROM FEVER AND AGUE
South American Antidote for Malaria!
Is a sure Cure and Perfect Route to Ague
and Fever, Chill and Fever, Dumb Ague,
and all Bilious Affections'.
IT has been thoroughly tested in thousands of
eases, some of years’ standing, where Quinine
and all the most popular remedies of the day had
failed, but the Elixir has met with the m ist tri
i umphant success; never failed to cure the most
| obstinate cases. The unanimous testimony of all
! who have used or w itnessed its operations, declare
| it to be Ihe most extraordinary medicine everil is
| covered for the quick and permanent cure of Fe
| ver and Ague. It operates as a gentle Tonic and
j stimulant, gradually but surely; eradicates every
| vestige of disease, and restores the system to health
i and vigor. It imparts new vitality to the blood,
and wil soon induce the glow of heailh to return
to the pale and swarthy complexion.
The advantage of this medicine therefore is, that
a cure must be radical and complete; not simply
j breaking the Chill, by producing a “new impres
; sion” upon the nervous system, without reference
to the operations of the malarious poison, which
I is allowed io remain unchanged arid renew its at
-1 tacks, immediately alter the nervous system has
i ceased to feel the artificial disease—induced by
| Quinine and many other preparations generally
! resorted to. The GRENADA ELIXIR acts di
! rectly upon the Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, Fores
of the Skin, and produces a radical cure.
Ii contains no ingredient the least injurious to
llie system, and can be given to an inlant with
perfect safety. It is warranted to cure every case
when taken as directed.
All who need such a medicine, will do well to
try the Grenada Elixir. It is not only the best but
the must economical medicine ever introduced for
Fever and Ague and is a Southern Remedy.
Prepared only by
J. S. PEMBERTON & CO.
Chemists and Druggists,
And sold by all respectable Druggists in the city
July 24,1858 —w&ttv3m
* PHE co partnership heretofore existing between
L VV ATKINS 4 COBB is t his day dissolved by
mutual consent. All those indebted’ to the concern,
must settle immediately.
L P. WATKINS,
Sept. I—lra J. N. COBB.
* COMMBI S, GEORGI A.
ELLIS & JVI A T 11 IS,
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
HAVE on hand ami will continue to receive di
rect pFROX “FIRST CLASS MAN I'FACTO RER Ri*
a large supply oi ail erodes Tobaoc which they will
sell to the t ade at Factory Prices, expenses
raders wiil do well to call beiore buying
e.sewi.trc. sept?- w&d3n>mis
CO ISA IIIM,
IS now in full operation, turning out the host
quality of Vleai. Bring on your Corn- The
highest market price pa and for good Corn. Meal
always on hmd and tor sale
Fen 11—wtwtf HAMILTON BOLAND.
ABREAST FIN in the rhaoe of a bunch of
grapes, near the Mcihotii t Church The
tinder will he JiberalL rewarded by calling at
dtf BROOKS &. CHAPMAN.
STEJJ\IRT COUNTY LANDS
MOWING to misfortune, I offer for sale my
farm, lying si’ six mi es tas ot Lumpkin,
containing 500 Acres, -400iij cultivation
On the place ..re g-on negro Cabins, ovei
seor’s house, frame ginand press. The land is red
land—growth oak and hlckoty I prefer letting the
present crop spe k for the productiveness of the
land. L will sell a bargain if applied io soon
.1 c.C. BLACKBURN.
Lumpkin, Sept. 9, —dtitwdw.
HAVING withdrawn from the firm of
HUGHES DANIEL & CO., 1 cheerfully
recommend them to all our former patrons, and
the public generally.
JOHN R- EASTHAM.
r pilE Subscribers will continue under the same
1 name and style—a general
STORAGE & COMMISSION BUSINESS
FONTAINE & LOWELL
ThanUlul for the past liberal patronage of our
friends, vve solicit its continuance, and pledge out
individual exertions to plea.-e ail who may entrusr
their business to us. We are prepared to grant
usual facilities to our customers
HUGHES, DANIEL & CO..
Wm H. Hughes,
Wesley C. Hodges.
Aug. 5, tf.
W. F. LEE, D. D. S.
OFFICE coiner of Broad and Randolph Streets,
Dec. 17, 1856—w&twtf
J. FOGLE & SON,
Office on Randolph Street, near Broad, Colum
Columbus, May 9, 1857. wtwil
IN VIGOR A T O R.,
D R. S A N D F O R D,
COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS,
Is one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicine
now beiore the public, that acts as a Cathartic,
easier, milder, and more effectual than any other
medicine known. It is not only 7 a cathartic, but a
Liver Remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject its
morbid matter then on the Stomach and Howds
U carry oC the matter, thus accomplishing two
purposes etfec'ually, without any of the painful <ee
lings experienced in theoperation of most Ohathar
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 Liver is one ot ( TANARUS; the principal regula
tors oi the human bo-1, j iy; and when it per
forms its functionsweil. i the powers of the sys
tem are iully develop /r led. Thestomachis at
most enitrely depend- i j ent on the healthy ac
lion v/1 the Liver lorth. i-roper pelormance oi
its functions, when iht 1 ) stomach Is at fault the
ooweJeare at iauli, am jrHj he whole system sutf
ersin consequence o sw; >ae organ—the Llv
er—having ceased ti ioits duty. For the
aisease of that organ | mo of the proprietors
has made it his study JaJ in apractice of more
than twenty v-ars, t- Ol ind some remedy
wherewith to counter j/Vt tctthe many derange
ments to which it it jvn. <ablo.
I'o prove that this re- uedy is at last found,
a y person trouble* with Liver Com
plaint,in any •f it fw> ‘onus, ha nut to tty a
j joule and convictio J s certain.
These gums remov* < and. m >rb'.d or bad mat
ter flora tne eysttin 3 * rapp yint: mtheirpiac,
a healthy flow ot bile vig raiing the -to
mach,causing food t< J ligest well, purify
ing tiie lilooci. d ing tone au.i hea.tn
to Hie whole machini -f 1 , y removing because
o/ the disease - efle< - i.iug a radical cure.
Bilious attacks! “Nj r- cured. and,
wiiat is better, prevented, ‘ y ine
oe asional use ottfu ILLtf uiver Invigora
One dosealter eating is sufilcient to relieve
I the stomach and pie l^' w !veut ihe load from
! rising and sc uring ( !
Only one dose taken (rH| before retiring, pre-
I vents Siglitmare.
Only one dost take) \/'t it night, loosens the
bowels gently, aid j cures Costivens.
< >ne dos:• taken after S J each meal will cure
I Dyspepsia. j Nj
! 8-jr~’ me dose oftwr fill ‘oa-spoonsfni will ai- !
ways r lievo Sick f ( Ileadaciie.
j ‘me dose taken ioi oosituction re
| move the cause of tat 3*^! tiseasc, and makes a
I per ect cure. n ....
> niy ouedose imm> -s ‘wJ lately relieves cholic,
while (s—H J
j < >ne dose often renew f-Q t ted is a sure cure for
liolera Morbus, f~ laud a preventative ol
-nly one bottb 3r <is needed to thio-v out
; of the sy stem theeflects v ’ll of medicine aftera long
sickness. * 5 j!
bottle tak t en for Jaundice re
j movesail sallownes3 or t > ranaturai color from j
the skin. I !
One dose taken a# HQ I short time before eat
ing gives vigor to the Jr t appetite ■, and makes
! food digest well.
one dose often repeated cures ( bronle Diar j
rlkoea, in its worst forms, while 8 l M M L R and \
Borvel complaints yield almost to the first and se
One or two doses cures attacks caused by XV orms
in Children; there is no surer, safer, or speedier
remedy in the world, as it never fai ! s.
A few bottles cures Dropsy, by exciting
1 the absorbants.
We take pleasure in recommending this medi
cine as a preventive for Fever and Ague,
i bills, Fever, and ail Fevers oi aßi.ious j
Type, Itoperates with certainty, and thousands (
are willing to testify to its wondertui virtues. <
All who use it are giving their unanimous testimo- |
ny in its favor.
Mix waterin the mouth with the Invigorate* and ]
i swallow both together.
THE LIVER INVIGOR 4TOR,
[a a scientific dedical Discovery, and is daily wor
j king cures almost too great for belief. ft cures asit
i by magic, even the first doge giving benefit, and ■
1 seldom more than one bottle is*required to curejany |
kmdof 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 <S- Cos. Boston; H H. Hay
& Cos. Portland; John D. Park, Cincinnati: (iaylard
& Harnmnd; Clevelaond, Fahnstock & Davis Cbica
j go; O.J. Wood fe Cos. St. Louis Geo.ll. Keyser,
Pittsburg: S. S, Hance, Baltimore. And retailed by
| all Druggists.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
J. S. PEMBERTON & CO.,
BROOKS & CHAPviAN,
DANFORTH b> NAGEL,
May2o-vtwly and all Drugggists.
SWAN & CO.’S LOTTERIES
SWAiN & CO.
CONTINUE TO DRAW AS USUAL,
WITHOUT INTERRUPTION f 1
~~SWAN & CO’S
Loiters are legal and authoriz
ed by the Mateo! Georgia
OUR FIRM HAS SHOWN
THA*T OUR LOTTERIES ARE DRAWN
FIARLV ; THAT OUR PRIZES ARE
paid punctually, and that our
St IIE M I'.S
are more liberal other
lottery in the world.
The following schemes will be diawn by s- SW AN
& i i>. Managers oi the Sparta cadtmy Lottery, in
eavh otthi trsingle numbtr l otte.ns tor tepitmber
at Augusta, Geor.ia, to which city they nave
r. moved their principal office.
Class 32 draws Saturday, Sept 11.1858.
(Mass 33 draws Saturday, Sept 18, 1858.
Cf'ss 34 draws Saturday, S< pt. 25, 1858.
On the PlaiiofSingie Slumbers.
CO,OOO TICKETS—S,4BS rRIZES.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS. 1
To In* drawn every Saturday in Sept.
1 Prize of $70,000
i u. -hi .000
1 .* 10,000
1 ,44 . 5,000 ‘
.’ ‘ 4,1<00
1 “ 3,000
4 “■ 1,000
4 “ 10
4 “ tOO
4 ‘ 7<;o j
50 ••...• 500
liio ........ • 125
5 Prizes ol s*oo Approx’g to $70,0(0 Prize are 1 000
4 “ 300 “ 30.010 “ I ,200
4 * 200 “ I<>,ooo M 800
4 “ 12 “ 5,000 “ 400 ‘
“ ico “ 4,‘00 “ 400
‘ 75 “ 3,000 “ 300
50 “ 1,510 “ ‘2OO
4,0i 20 are SIOO,OOO
5,435 Prizes to. $320.(4)0 ‘
Whole Tickets $10; Halv s $5. Qnaiters sv-.50
A Circular showing the plan ofihe Lotteries, will
forwarded to any onedesir< nsol receiving it
Cer'iflcates oi Packages will be sold at the follow* 4
ing rates which is ihe risk.
i Cc'i’t ites ot Packages of 10 Whole Tickets.. 580 *
“ 10 Half “ 40 1
“ 10 Quarters “ 20 f|
“ “ 10 Eighths “ 10
IN ORDERING TICKETS .OR CLRTIFICAI ES
Enclose the raouey to our address for tho Tickets
ordered on receipt of whioh they will be torwarded
b'’first mail. Purchasers can have Tickets ending
in any figure they may designate
The List ot drawn numbers and Prizes will be sent *■
i -purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Puichn.ers will please writo their signatures plain
and give their Post Office, County and State.
Remember that, every Prize is drawn and payable
in tu.l without deduction.
All Prizes of $1 ,000 and under paid immediately
alter the drawing—other prizes at the usual time of §
’ II communications str’etiy confideu ial.
Address orders lor Tickets or Certificates to
S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga.
Persons residing near M -litgone vy, Ala.or Atlanta
Gu,can have their orders tilled, and save time by
! addressing 8. Swan &.Co. at. either of those places. !
j A list of the numbers that are diawn from
; th : wheel, with the amount ol the Prize that each |
! one is entitled to, will be published alter every
I drawing in the following papers—Augusta Constitu ;j|
; tir-naliet, Now Orleans Delta, Mobile Register, :
; Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette. Atlanta in-”!
! telliv noer, New York Weekly Day Hook, Savannah
: Mon/.ug News, Richmond Despatch,New York uis
| palch, Paulding (Miss) Clarrion, and Litt’e Rock
’ \rk i Trie Democrat. septl—d&wtf
13 8/ /4 i J ?* &a S S a Ai hJ
188 CF.LKHRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
FHStASE OF Tilt: KIIAFVS
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND,
rnrSß AND AGUE.
And the various affections consequent upon a dis
STATE OF THE LIVER J
Such as Indigestion, Acidity ot ihe s-touiach, Coj- ,
icky Pams, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despond
eacy, Jostiveness. Blind and Bleeding Piles. In ail i •
Nervous, Rheumatic and Neuralgic hffections, it r
has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial, ; j
and in otners efifac ed a decided euro
This is a purely vegetable compound,prepared on i
strictly scientific principles^after the manne ol ihe
celebrated Holland Professor, Boerhave, Because
of its great success in most of the Europeai .states, pS
its introduction into the United Slates w is intended f ;
more spec ally for those of our I therltnd scattered ■;
here and there -verthe faceofthis mighty country. P
Meeting with great succes-* among them, 1 now of
fer it to the \merican public, kuov/mg thatits truly :
wonderful m dicinal virtuesraust be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those persons j
whosi constr utions may have been impaired by the
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of ■ ;
dissipation. Gent rally insiauianeous in <ffr;Ct, it It*
finds ts way and rectly to ihe seat of lif.*, thrilling and
quickening every nerve, raising up the drooping
spirit, and, in.fact, infusing new health and vigor in
the sjstem. „ , . , v ..
N'ITIGH, — Whoever expects to find this a beve- V;
j rage will be disappointed ; butt the sick, weak,
and low spirited, it will prove a grateful aron atic
I c li possessed of singular remedial properties.
“” real popularity of this delightful aroma has
’ in< many imtatione, which the pub ic should
guard against purchasing Be uot persuaded to buy i
unytl lg else until you nave given Boerhave’s Hot
! land Bit'crs a fair tiial. One bottle will convince
you’ -"w infinitely superior it is to all these imita
STS’ ‘Hold at S! 00 per bottle, or six bottles for
ss.o’ t - the
S i L E PROPRIETORS,
I BENJAMIN PAGE. Jll. & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
PI T3BURGH, PA.
r gale in Columbus by Brooksfc Chapman, and
l‘> g is*- ‘ neraily throughout the State.
. .p< il 2-i, ’SB, lydwis
T'.Vu months alter date I shall appy to the hono
rable Court of • *rdinary of Chatthoochee coun
tv Ta., for leave to sell the lands beongmg to the !■
i estate oi Gr eu Bentley, deeeas-ed.
HIMAN BRI ALTTON, Adm’r
| Aug 30.1858—2 m •
S*,3CO in two pavraents. The planta- 4
Ron on wuich the subscriber resides, situate on
tho iouth sid? of BlueC.'eek, in the county of Early,
adjoin!’ g Lands ot Judge t\ olfe, Wm. (.iooper, and
li’ lolli* r. containing -503 acres. It is welt improv
ed. id has all the butldit gs usual on a cotton plan
tation; all new and m god order. Tap crop will be
the best evidence of its fertility. <\>rn, Plantation
utm-ils, and stock of all kyidscan be i uchased on
Spt.3Q—wfit A. H. MeLA WB, Biake! y