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THE DAILY TIMES. ’ THE CITY. Mr. Samford’s Letter. We commence to-day, the publication of a let ter from Hon. W. F. Samford to Mr. Chatfield, of Auburn, Ala. We hope our friends throughout ; this State and P.astern Alabama, where this paper • has a large circulation, will give the letter a faith ful perusal. Like everything which emanates from the pen of this distinguished man, it breathe? ; the pure spirit of disinterested patriotism. We have greater faith, however, in the Adminis- j tration than our learned correspondent, and we hope the day may yet come, when it will receive i the plaudit,of every true hearted Southerner. Read the letter. Business—Weather, &c Yesterday was a dull day in Columbus. It was Monday—a day, when little bustness is transacted. Farmers of Eastern Alabama and in the surround* ing country t® Columbus ship their cotton gener- • ally on Monday—arriving here Wednesdays and Thursdays—Hence the large receipts on those days and the activity in die different business houses. The dust is almost intolerable. It rises up, like the vapor from a cataract, when a car riage or dray passes along. The weather, which was so pleasant and cool a few weeks ago, is now sultry and warm and no one would suspect that we had had a frost. Dr. J J. C. Blackburn.—We welcomed to day our talented friend, Dr. Blackburn, Editor of ; the Lumpkin Palladium, lie is very much alflic ted in one of his eyes and visits a medical friend in j Augusta for relief. Those Tiiesat the” Sign of the Big Hat,” will make a man a head taller by only ttying them on. Just step in if you wish to he suited. Ellis & Mathis sell to-day at the market house, a valuable house and lot ; also a good cook, washer and ironer. Be present. Beale.s great panorama will be ex- j hibited to night at the Temperance Hal. It rep- | resents thet Falls of Niagara and Mammoth I Cave. House-keepers must look-out for Bachle & Brassill’s fine potatoes—just received, MP*Muscogee Fire Company meets to-night at . 7 o’clock. Let there be no Secrets in Medicine, or rather no pretended secrets. The Medical Faculty pub- I lish as soon as made, all their discoveries, and > almost all that is known of real value for the cure of disease, has been discovered by them.— Dr. Ayer takes the honorable, honest course, and right because it is honest. He goes to work and invents the best remedy which medical skiil can devise for the cure of certain complaints: then publishes what it is and maintains his monoply of it solely by making it cheaper, better, more per fect, than anybody else can. If the people would exact this ot all who offer medicines, they would have much less trade and trash to swallow.— N. O. Organ . Oct. Ist. dijwlw. Regulation op Passenger Steamers.— j No vessel employed in the transportation ‘ of passengers should be allowed to put to spa without having undergone an examina frorn authorities competent to pronounce not only on her seaworthiness, but also on her provisions for the safety and rescue ol every soul on board in case of sudden dis aster. Any excess in her compliment of passengers or any deficiency in the means found to be best adapted to guard against accident, or to provide for escape on its oc currence, should be held as a sufficient bar against allowing papers of clerance; for unless the law is made of the most stringent nature, and unless its application be en joined at each successive trip of every pas senger vessel, it would eeem that we have ; no assurance against the recklessness and indifference to life which threaten to be come a standing opprobrium to our modern civilization. The legislation of Congress for the protection of the life on our Wes tern waters has been attended with the happiest results,and it is to be hoped that our marine navigation may in like manner be subjected to additional guards and secu rities.—National Intelligencer. Crops in Mississippi. —The editor of the i Vicksburg Southron has recently been jaunt ! ing through the counties of Hines, Copiah, i Claiborne and Warren, and after giving in his issue of the 21st a most unfavorable account, he thus alludes to the crops : In regard to the cotton crop, we are aware we have never heard such general and wide spread complaint, and far as our ob servation has extended, we are equally certain that we have never known such complaints so well founded. We have , seen and conversed with many planters and we saw none who estimated the damage j by rot and boll worm at less than thirty three per cent, while very many estimate it as high *8 fifty per cent. In many planta tions where the crop fell under our obser vation, we are satisfied that even this last estimation, is none too high. Unless all signs aie valueless, we think the present cotton crop may very safely be set down as a short one. How to Stop Blood. —Take the fine dust of tea or the scrapings of the inside of tan ned leather, and bind it close upon the wound, and the blood will soon cease to How. These articles are at all times acces sible, and easy to be obtained. After the blood has ceased to How, laudanum may be advantageously applied to the wound.— Due regard to these instructions will save agitation of mind, and running for the sur geon, who would probably make no better prescription if present. In one of the Calcutta newspapers the following advertisement appears. What does it mean ? “Be it known, that six fair, pretty young ladies, with two sweet and engaging young children, lately impertedfrom Europe, hav ing the roses of health on their cheeks, and joy sparkling in their eyes, possessing amiable manners, and highly accomplished, are to be raffled for, next door to the Brit ish Gallery. Scheme twelve tickets, at twelve rupees each.” Thb Fusion Movement in New York.— Not much progress, we learn, is made in the fusion movement commenced here a day or two since. What is the matter ? Do the National “Americans” flatly refuse to be sold out to the sectional, slavery-maid “Republicans?” Shouldn’t wonder il such was the fact, notwithstanding the willingness of some of the leaders in the ft N. party to bow their necks to Seward, Weed & <’o., and do their bidding.— N. I". Daily News. Beneficial Results of Advertising— We understand through the agent of the Pennsylvania railroad that the receipts of that company at the agency in New York have increased eighty-six per oent. since the company commenced advertising in the New England papers in aprtl, 1857. The advantages of advertising can never be appreciated in theory: the practical re sults are the convincing arguments in favor ! ot the system. New York owes her unpar- | alleled success m a great measure to the liberality of her merchants, not only in ad- j vertising, but in circulating New York pa- 1 pers containing their advertisements all over the country. When we consider the fact that there is scarcely a town in the U. S. in which there are not more or less New York papers taken, it is not to be wondered at that New Ymk possesses such influence, and we ought to have some charity for the ignorance of foreigners when they inquire what part ol New York the United States is in. —Boston Journal DAILY COMMERCIAL RECORD. Columbus Times Office, Oct. 5. COTTON.—Tho receipts yesterday were light as is usual on Monday. We heard of a few transactions at 11 1-2 to 113 4. Buyers were free to take hold, but the amonnt offered was light.. Receipts 332 bales. Sales 304. M USCOG E E RAI ERG A1), CONSIGNEES, OCT. 5,; iBSB. M&WPRR, NLB, Mob. &. G R R, Bedell and Weems, W S Needham, Carter and Jones, J F Burrus, T A and Cos, Bass and Perry, Eagle Mfg Cos. C B Lloyd, A H DeWitt, J A McNeil, Curtis and Cos., Gunby&Co., Greenwood and Cos. Ragland and B, M Jacobi, D Young. J S Wood.f A Volati, J Ennis and Cos., W L, E Barnard and Cos, Gettinger and S, R M Aldwortb, II Middlelnook 6c Cos, E P Dill, I G Strupper, Sammis & Rooney, C Ogletree, Mrs. M A Day, Dillingham and D, II Grossmayer, D Walbaum, W C Wright, R EA, D B Thompson, fs Cos, Pullum and F, W H fl Phelphs, F M 7', Harrison and Pit Is, A and'B, Van Marcus, T Kenny, Barringer and M, H iVlcCauley, Wynn and Park, W W Robinson, Brooks and C., E A S, J Mcßae, Caneker and N, AC Gordan, Estes and Bro, Hull D and Cos„ R E Covington. W B Carter, King A and Camak, Hainman and Son. C R, Goetehiua & 11, A C Sanders and Cos, R L Mott. Jefferson and H, D L Booher, W K Harris, W W Goodman, N J Bussey, J L Logan, MONTGOMERY AND W. P. R.lt. CONSIGNEES, OCT- 4 ’SB. Muscogee R R, King Allen & Camak, Dillard P and Cos., Hull D and Cos., J R Redd, M & G R It, Eagle Factory, Gunby and Cos.. Greenwood and G, Hughes D and Cos., Clements B and Cos., ARRIVALS, October 3, 4,1858. AT THE PERRY HOUSE: W II Weems, R Jones. Crowford, Ala; 0 H Avington, Columbus; S L Knox, E R Stedwell, Ala, D Bryant, NO; G Brockway, Columbus; j M Macon,Penfield; GN Yarbrough, Rome, Ga; D P Hill, Miss Betty Crock, J Frevenburgo, Ham ilton, Ga; E M Seago, Atlanta; J H Sanders. Ala Wm M Cozart, Miss Patterson, Miss; E W West brook, Mrs P Westbrook, Ala; Miss Farly, Eu taula, Ala; MP Stacy, SC; J M Phillips, Co lumbus; G N Gilmer, Miss S O Gilmer, W Lions, Ala. AT THE PLANTERS HOTEL: A J Brady. Milledgeviile, Ga;C Smith Jr Ala; J Eichelberger, Ala,; E H Kimebrew, Macon eo, Ala.; D McDonald. N C,; RM Huage <Y. Son, Fayettevillo, Tenn.: Dr Bealle lady 6c child. J Brown, E N Ford, Barbour co, Ala.; J W Grand E Dillon, Woodbery, Tenn. .1 Perry, lady 4 chil dren tsserv’ts, Russell co, Ala.; H J Denson, Ala; H Foreman, Pike eo, Ala,; W S Needham, Columbus,Ga.; W S McCaskell, N. Y. J M Thomas, Augusta, Ga.; Wm Cornelius,-Mem phis, Tenn,; II King, Ala.; A Chapman, J Boze man, Russell, co, Ala.; Dr. Blackburn &, Son, Lumpkin, Ga.; COLUMBUS CURRENT PRICES. BACON—There is a lull supply of Bacon in this market. Wo make the following quotations: Clear Sides lit; Hams, Sugar Cured, 15 to 1(5; Shoulders ‘J to 10e. BAGGLNG.—India 20c. Ivy 19c. COFFEE.—Supply ample. Rio. 13 to 14c. La guyra 15c ; Java, 22c. CANDLES.—Starr 28 to 30c. Sperm 50c. Patent 60c. NEW CHEESE.—ISto 20c. FLOUR.—SS 00, $5,75. to 700. HIDES.—IIOI2Ic. IRON- —4i Cat Gc. LINSEYS. Northern, 18020 c. ” IT Southern, 25028 c. LARD.—In barrels 14c. Kegs lGc. MACKEREL—No lin half bbls §9,00. No 2. in bbls §14,00, halt bbls SB,OOO. No 3, half bbls j $7,00. MOLASSES.—3Sc. New Orleans refined 45c. j NEGRO SHOES. Russets, §1,2501,40. NAILS—4J 0 sc. OSNaBURGS. 10012, ROPE.— 9i to 10c- SHEETING. 90121 c. SHIRTING. 8010 c. RICE.—6c. SALT.—I,SO per sack. SUGAR.—SoId at retail only-Brown 12 to 12 1-2. Crushed 14c. i WHEAT.—9O 0 1,10. ! WHlSKEY.—Rectified, 25 037. Bourbon, 200 0300. Monongahela, 1000150. COUNTRY PRODUCE. BUTTER.—Country 20 to2se. ” Goshen 30 to 35c. CORN.—SO to GOe. EGGS—ISc. CHICKENS.—ISto 20c. FEATHERS.—4O to 50c. FODDER —6O to 75e. MEAL.—7Oc. , PEAS —7sc. ! POTATOES.—4Oc. FIFTY NEGROESWANTED. ! HAY ING made our a-rangements lor jK % the tall trade, we desire to purchase 50 or Sixty Likely Negroes, of good character, consisting of vonng men, women, plough boys, and gbls, for whom the hignest marketpriee will be paid. Persons ha- I ving negroes for sale willfind it to their interest to give us a call. YY'e 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 i desired. i Call at the Auction and Negro mart of HARRISON <A PITTS, aug2l—wtwtf 50 & 61 Broad Street. TO RENT. rpHE Store on the corner of Broad and Randolph Streets, at present occupied bv E Barnard Ac Cos ~ i*for rent from the Ist October next. Apply to 1 septl3—dtr PEERV SpEMCER STEAM ENGINE FOR SALE LOW FOR CASH OR GOOD PAPER ONE Steam Engine, 8 inch cylinder, 12 inch stroke, with tubular boiler, smoke stock, 12 feet 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 HENRY McCAULEY, Columbus, Ga. Sept. 3, 1858 dim TO RENT. FROM the Ist of October next, the City Hotel, ! near the Market House. Apply to P. GITTENGER, July 3 tw3m. At Rankin’s old Stand, EXECUTOR’S SALE —:OF A: — VALUABLE FLANTATION. BY virtue of an order granted by the Probate Court of Macon County, on the 11th instant, to the undersigned, Executor of the last will and testament of Nathaniel 11. Clanton, deceased, 1 will proceed to Bell to the highest bidder at public outcry, before the Court House door, in Tuskegee, Ala., on Monday, the 18th October next, the fol lowing tract of land, to wit: The south half of Section five (5,) Section eight (8,) and the north half ol Section seventeen (17,) except forty acres in the south west corner of said half Section ; all in Township sixteen (16.) of Range twenty three (23.) The above plantation comprises twelve hundred and forty acres in one body, of which seven hundred and fifty acres are in a fine state of cultivation, and the remainder heavily timbered woodlaud. The Residence of (he late Nat. H. Clanton is situated on the plantation, in a high and beautiful woodland grove, about six miles south-west from Tuskegee, and one hundred and fifty yards from the old Stage Road leading from Tuskegee to Montgomery. The improve ments consist of a good comfortable Dwelling, Negro Houses enough to accommodate fifty working hands, anew and splendid Gin House and Screw, and all necessary Stables and Out buildings new and in good repair, a free-stone Spring giving abundant supply of water ; health of the place is unrivaled in the State. In a word, taking into consideration the richress of its soil, the health of the place, the character ol the neigh borhood, for its highly elevated tone of society, and its convenience to market, this is beyond doubt the most desirable Plantation in Macon County. j Also, at the same time and place, North half of j Section twenty-nine (29,) in Township sixteen (16,) of Range twenty-three (23). in this tract there are about one hundred and fifty acres in cultivation,balance woodland, partly hammock, lying on Big Calebee Creek, situated about one mile south of the residence of deceased. Also, at the same time and place, the North half of section ! thirteen (13), in Township sixteen (1G), of Range i twenty-two (22', known as the Haden tract, lying in the fork of Big and Little Calebee Creeks ; all rich hammock woodland. The above Tracts of Land comprise nineteen hundred acres, all convenient to the residence, and will bo sold separate or together, to suit the convenience oi purchasers. For further particulars, apply to William J. Smith or Nathaniel H. Clanton, on the premises. Will be sold for a division among the heirs. TERMS. —One halfdue first January, 1860, and the balance due first January, 1861, with inter est from the firsr January, 1859. Notes with approved security. Possession given first January, 1859- JAMES H. CLANTON, Ex'r. | Sept. 16/58. 18-dtd. maTiTw. ‘ PROFESSOR OF MUSIC i THANKFUL for past and present would respectfully give notice snr’jpwTlihiit he continues to give instruction j “ H Min Vocal and Instrumental music. Applications received at Garter’s music Store. Sept. 7 d3m* TiniTgrove academyT exercises of this School will commence on MONDAY, 4th of 3&dr October next, and end July 1, 1859. Tuition for the year O$5(J. Columbus, Sept. 23 d—lit. _ JOHN ISHAM. LINWOOD ACADEMY. exercises of this School will be resumed on Monday, October 4th, and closed on the Ist ot July, 1859. Full and thorough instruction given, in the English, Classical, and Mathemat ical branches of study. Tuition S4O. Sept. 20—dtw. H. MITCHELL. WYNNTON MALE ACADEMY.^ #The exercises of my School will be resumed Monday, September 27th, and continue nine months. Tuition Forty Dollars, one half in advance. „ , 11. 11. TAFT. Columbus, Sept. 20, 1858. * w&dtf. MRS. MARBLE’S SEMINARY. #The exercises of this'institution will commence on Monday, October 4'h. ‘Perms and studies the same as hereto fore, and it is confidently hoped the same Jiberal patronage will be be- Enquirer copy—twtd. Columbus, Sept. 17, 1858. dtd NEW SCHOOL FOR BOYS DR. J. P. HOY'T, having had several years experience in teaching, and being favorably known by many citizens of Columbus, will open a school for WH§P boys at the corner of Forsyth and tiMsdr Thomas Streets, on Monday, Oct. 4th. Every exertion will be made to deserve a liberal patronage. Equirer copy—twtd. Columbus, Sept. 17,1858. dtd MB. FLYNNE’S SCHOOL. he exercises of this School will be resumed on Monday the 27th Sept, mst., and will be continued to the 30th June 1859. TERMS. SSO, Sept, 22 ws(d"3tv. IiEALLWOOD INSTITUTE. #THS Exercises of this School will be 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 bv a competent Female Teacher. Board can be obtained in the immediate neighbor hood. Beallwood, Sept 7, 18 r S. did. Tri-weekly Euquirer oopy 948 Acres Land for Sale. AT Guerrytown on the Mobile and Girard Railroad, 350 of which is ifSsSfilL opened, with good improvements -Bliplbalance * Q *b e woods. All lies weP an( j| a fair proportion rich low landf. Provisions can be had on the place. Dr. Miller on the place will show the lands, sept 13—dwtf E. S. OTT. STFJV.’UtT COCXTY LANDS FOR SALE. MOWING to misfortune, I offer for sale my farm, lying six six miles cast of Lumpkin, containing 500 Acres, —400 in cultivation On the place are good negro Cabins, over seer’s house, frame gin and press. The land is ml laud —growth oak and hlckoiy. I prefer letting the present crop spe~k for the productiveness of the land. I will sell a bargain if applied to soon. J.C;C. BLACKBURN. Lumpkin, Sept. 9,—d6tw3w. FOR SALE. THE residence at present occupied by ||*| I the Rev. Mr Watt, opposite Mr Slade's, e- - possession given the Ist Jar., next. Also two vacant lots adjoining, with the store on Broad street No 34, at present occupied by C. Michael as a Furniture store, po?session given the first of October. The above property will be rented if not sold. S BOYKEN. Ex. Sept 24, d—tf. or TG HOLT. BY HARRISON & PITTS. SUNDRIES ATFRIVATESALE. DA HHI>S. BACON (Extra Clear Bides,) UO fit)Barrels Rectified Whisky 25c per gallon. 20 “ Old Burboun Whisky; 10 ‘ Monougahcda “ 210 Boxes Virginia Tobacco. JOO Boxes Star C ndies. tOO Cases Cognac Brandy. IHO Cases Chestnut Grove Whisky. I Qr. Cask fine French Brandy. 5 Bids American Brand}. 50,000 Cigars—assorted brands. Persons in want of any of the above goods will find it to taeir interest to give us a tail HARRISON &. PITI'S, Auct’rs. Sept. 1, 1858—u&wim. HARRISON & PITTS, AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND NEGRO BROKERS, 50 anti 61 Broad street .Columbus, Ga* WILL still 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 wil! l>e spared to give entire satisfaction to those who may confide their business to our care. We will give our personal attention to the sale of Real Estate, Negroes, Merchandize and Pro duce. Having houses fitted up expressly tor the purpose ,we are prepared to board, purchase and sell Negroes on Commission. Liberal advances will be made us heretofore on Negroes and Merchandize. Administrators and Executors’ sales attended to on reasonable terms. I3T A (Stock of LIKELY NEGRGOESof all classes wilt be kept constantly on hand. CIIAP. S. HARRISON, GEORGE 1. PITTS. Columbus, Sept. 2,1858. —wiwly New Fall & Winter Goods, TT7E are now prepared to offer, at reduced V V prices for Cash, one of the largest and most varied assortments of Siaple and Fancy Dry Goods ever exhibited in Columbus. Our stock comprises the most choice and best selected varie ty of English, French and Swiss Dry Goods of our own selection, many of which were imported ex pressly lor our house, together with our usual stock of Staple and Domestic fabrics. Also fine Bed Blankets, Negro Blankets, Brogans, Kersey, Sjc., <fec. We below name a tew of our leading styles; LADIES'DRESS GOODS: Rich Silk Robes a’Les, S4O to SSO each ; Plain Silk Dresses, Robe a’Les style; A variety of Fancy Silks from sll to S2B per pattern; Chintz Figured French DeLaines ; Rich Figured American DeLaines ; French Figured Cashmeres; Black Alpacas; French Merinos ; Two Jupes, Robes a’Les, SSO to SBS each ; New style Fancy Silk L>ress, at sll each ; I French Printed DeLaine Robes a’Lss, very rich, French DeLaine Robes Armenienne ; Rich Printed Poie Chevers , Black Bombazines; English, French and American Gringhams ; French, English, and the best American Prints, &.C., &.c. Owing to the fact that Shawls are to be the pre vailing style lor Ladies’ wear the coming winter, we are well prepared to exhibit a large stock, in great varies of colors, styles, Sjc-, among which is the Circular Shawl. We also have our usual stock of Cloth and Velvet Talmas. Biol 1 is’best Black French Broad Cloths, Black French Doeskins, Beaver Cloths, real French Fan cy Cassimeres, Satinets, Sheeps Greys, Tweeds, Jeans, &c., Ac. New’ style Chenille Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons, French Flow’rs, Vel Ribbons, S’k Belts, best Kid Gloves at 7c., Ladies’ Cotton, Wool and Silk Hosiery, Head Dresses, Scarfs, Ladies’ Silk and Cashmere Gauntlets, (fee., &c. We keep a stock of Embroidered Sleeves, Col lars, Bands, Edgings, &c., second to no house in Georgia. Our stock of these goods is now’ very complete. VVe are well prepared to olfer inducementsto buyers of Osnaburgs, Kerseys, Lindseys, Sheetings Shirtings. Stripes; Ticks, &c., and haven very complete stock of Ladies and Gent’s fine Shoes Negro Brogans, Kip Brogans, Fine Calf Boots, Ladies’ Heel Gaiters, Children’s, Youths, Boys, and Misses Shoes. Also a large stock of Negro Wool Hats Gent’s Bengal and Soft Fur Huts together with a complete stock of Hats and Caps for Beys. READY-MADE CLOTHING. On the second floor, over our stock of Dry Goods, we keep a good assortment of ready made Clothing. We buy our goods mostly for cash, and sell exclusively for cash at short profits, thus sav ing for our patrons at Rasta difference of fifteen to twenty-live per cent, from the usual Credit system. VVe earnestly solicit a call, believing teat we will in every ease, be able to GIVE ENTIRE SAT ISFACTION. GEO. W. ATKINSON & TAYLOR, Broad street, one door south f Randolph street, below the Post Office, Columbus, Ga. Sept. 24th w’ —if TOBACCO AGENCY, COLUMBUS, GEOIiCiU. E L L I S & M A T H IS, AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, HAVE on hand and will continue to receive di rect .FROM first class m anufactc rrrrs a large supply of all grades Tobacco, which they will sell to the trade at Factory Prices, expenses only added. tST traders wiil do well to call before buying Isewi.ere. sept?—w&dommis ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE, THE well kmown plantation, belong ing to the estate of the late Col. Win, Toney, deceased, will be sold by order of Court, at Fort Gaines, Clay Cos. Ga, on First Tuesday in November next. This Plantation lies on the Chattahoochee Riv er, five miles above Fort Gaines, the western ter minus of the S’ W. Rail Road, and on the road from the latter place to Eufaula, on which a dai ly stage passes; it has tine improvements to-wit & new two story dwelling house, large and com modious, with seven rooms, alt ceiled and painted, with brick chimneys to.six rooms, anew gin house and new cotton screw, and Gamed negro houses, all Dew and complete. The house lot and negro houses are well watered, and so is every field on the plantrtion; with a good garden and oichards ofapp*es, pears, peaches, <fec attached. There is about 800 acres of corn and cotton land in cultivation, all nearly a dead level, whose produc tive quality can be judged from the fact well au thenticated, that 30 hands have actually cleared $62,000 from 1553 to 1857, from the sales of six crops ot corn and cotton made on the place, and this too over and above all plantation expenses. This Plantation lies on the Georgia side of the Chattahoochee, opposite to Col. Archibald Mc- Kays- and conlains about 1200 acres of land more or less, and will be sold on the usual favorable credits of land sales, all io be especially declared on the day ofsale Sou'h-western Georgia is the cotton growing re gion proper,tand as these river plantations sell at 10 to sls rer ac r e, an opportunity will now be offered to the public to buy a large open plantation in a high state of cultivation, at a very moderate price, and on easy aod accommodating term 9. RG. RICKS, ) * . W. TONEY, {Admrs. July 16,1158—wtd#. BACON. 35,000 lbs Tennessee Clear Sides, 40,000 lbs. Tennessee Shoulders. On consignment and t< r sale at HUGHES, DANIEL CO. Sept. 20th, 1858. dtw A LARGE STOCK OF FILL WINTGRDItt GOODS. ./• KYLE 4- CO., HAVE now in store the largest and best select ed Stock of Staple and Fancy*Dry Goods ever offered in Columbus. Also a tine assort ment of Carpets, Rugs, Shoes, Hats, <fee., all at their utual low prices—with additional induce ments to cash buyers. Columbus, Sept. 18, 1858. w6tdtf l).p. tTCiLts. tt.tt.MAt ELLIS & MATHIS~ Auction A llerchaiits, COLUMBUS, GA. WILL give prompt attention to tne sale of Merchandize, Country Produce, Ne groes, Furniture, Vehicles, Stock, Ileal Estate, ifcc. &c. Will also give particular attention to Renting Real Estate, Hiring Negroes, &c. &c. Administrators’ and Guardian’s sales will be con ducted on reasonable terms. LIBERAL AD/ANCE3 will be made. AM goods n store will be insured, unless otherwise ditected. Columbus, Sept. 7 —w&d'.imis \V- \V. ROBISON, Wholesale Dealer in FAMILY GROCERIES, &c., WEST SIDE OF BROAD STREET, Columbus, Georgia. HAS now on hand, and will constantly keep, an excellent selection oi all the articles usu ally kept in the Grocery line. His ttock consists in patt of Bacon. Lard, Flour. Sugar, Coffee, Syrups,'Flour, Salt, Rice, Cheese, Bagging, Rope, Tobacco, Nails, Soap. Crockery, dire. Together with eve ry article usually demanded by the city or country trade, all of which he offers to his friends and the public, at the lowest market prices. Call and see. Sept. 4,1858. d&w3m. E. BARNARD & GO. COLUMBUS, GA. WHOLESALE AJSD RETAIL GROCERS & PROVISION DEALERS SHAVE on hand, and vviH constantly keep, a large and well selected Stock,embracing every article in their line, which are offered I to their friends and the public, at the lowest I market prices Come and see us. Columbus, Sept. 29, 1857. w&twtf. To Our Customers! and after the first January next, weshall ’ adopt, as nearly as possible, the CASH | NYSTEM. Necessity Compels us to tins I Course. From that day all articles will be priced as cash. Where credits are given (winch will on ly be extended to those who have promptly paid i us) an addition will be made to the price named i according to the time required bv the purchaser. E. BARNARD, & CO. Dec, 31.1857 —w&tw6m. CIGARS DIRECT IMPORTATION, I A A BOXES Havana Cigars ofvarious brands 1 AM j lor sale at small advances for Cash by Jan 19 —wtwtf E. BARNARD <fe CO. COTTAGK FARM. Situated three jnilesand ahalfeast from pj-jif the City, is now offered lor sale. It con- E’-g. 8 !! tning 200 acres, about half of which is cleared and well enclosed, the balance finely tim bered, and is one of the most valuable and pleas* ant residences in the county. Tne dwelling has four comfortable rooms with fire places in each, a wide passage with pantries attached. A large kitchen, smoke house and servants rooms; also bnm, stable, cow shed 9, cribs and carriage house, all in a lew rods of a line spring; also a large garden and young orchard. On the premises is a neat school house, beautifully situated near anoth er fine spring. Persons in want of a desirable place, near the City, w ill find it to their interest to examine the above. Possession given first January next. For Terms, &c., apply to AUG. L. GRANT, Trustee, or HARK ISON & FITTS. Columbus, Ga., Sept. 18,1858. w&dlm FFEEDOMFROM FEVER AND AGUE TRIUMPH A JXFT SUCCESS! THE GRENADA ELIXIR, OR South American Antidote for Malaria! Is a sure Cure and Perfect Route to Ag ue and Fever, Chill and Fever, Dumb Ague, and all Bilious Affections'. IT has been thoroughly tested in thousands of cases, some of years’ standing, where Quinine and all the most popular remedies of the day had failed, but the Elixir has met with the most tri umphant success; never failed to cure the must obstinate cases. The unanimous testimony of all who have used or witnessed its operations, declare it to be the most extraordinary medicine ever dis covered for the quick and permanent cure of Fe ver and Ague. It operates as a gentle Tonic and stimulant, gradually but surely; eradicates every vestige of disease, and restores the system to health and vigor. It imparts new vitality to the blood, and wiii soon induce the glow of health to return to the pale and swarthy complexion. The advantage of this medicine therefore is, that a cure must he radical and complete ; not simply breaking the Chill, by producing a “new impres sion” upon the nervous system, without reference to the operations of the malarious poison, which is allowed to remain unchanged and renew its at- j tacks, immediately alter the nervous system has j ceased to feel the artificial disease—induced by j Quinine and many other preparations generally resorted to. The GRENADA ELIXIR acta di rectly upon the Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, Pores of the Skin, and produces a radical cure. It contains no ingredient the least injurious to ; the system, and can be given to an iniant with j perfect safety. It is warranted to cure every case : when taken as directed. All who need such a medicine, will do well to j try the Grenada Elixir. Ii is not only the be-t but the must economical medicine ever introduced for I Fever and Ague and is a Southern Remedy. PREPARED ONLY BY J. S. PEMBERTON & CO. Chemists and Druggists, Columbus, Georgia. . j And sold by all respectable Druggists in the city . and country. July 24,1858 —\v&tw3m METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY. .VO. 65 BROAD STREET. THE undersigned has consented to supply a de - sideratum in the Methodist Community of this city and section of countty by keeping on hand I at his office, a full supply ot Books, published at i the Methodist book concern, Nashville, Tenn. Just received the new Discipline. Hymn Books of all sizes, and a general assortment of Methodist Books. We will, at the same time, receive subscriptions for all the Advocates; Home Circle; Quarterly j Review ; Sunday School Visitor, &c., all BOOKB SOLD AT CATALOGUE PRICES. Terms, Cash or Ci y Acceptance Persons at a distance might find it cor venient to order through the merchant with whom they trade, in our city. M. WOODRUFF, M. D. Sept 23 d—iw,—w lm- SWAN & CO.’S LOTTERIES Triu mpiiant! SWAN & CO. CONTINUE TO DRAW AS USUAL, WITHOUT INTERRUPTION ! SWAN & CO’S Lotters are legal and authoriz ed by the State oF Georgia OUR FIRM HAS SHOWN THAT OUR LOTTERIES ARE DRAWN FIARLY; THAT OUR PRIZES ARE PAID PUNCTUALLY, AND THAT OUR SCHEMES ARE MORE LIBERAL THAN ANY OTHER LOTTERY IN THE* WORLD. The following schemes will be drawn by S SWAN &. CO. Managers of the Sparta eadetny Lottery, in each of thotr single number Lotte, it s for October 1858, at Augusla, Georgia, to which city they have removed their principal office. Class 35 draws Saturday, Oet. 2, 1858. Class 3t> draws Saturday, Oct. 9, 1858. Class 37 draws Saturday, Oct. IG, 1858. Class 38 draws Saturday, Oct. 23, 185S. j Clsss 39 draws Saturday, Oct. 30, 1858. On t lie Plan of Single Numbers. £O,OOO TICKETS—S,43S PRIZES. NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS Magnificeait Scheme! To be drawn every Saturday iu Oct. 1 prize of $70,000 1 * to .000 1 “ 10,000 1 “ 5,1)00 ] “ 4,000 I “ ....... 3,000 1 ‘- .... 1,500 4 “ I,too 4 “ ... 9 JO 4 “ ’.... tOO 4 “ 700 4 ...” 000 50 ‘ l 600 50 “ 300 100 *• 230 100 APPOXIMATION PRIZES. 5 Prizes of s’oo Approx’g to $70,0(0 Prize aretl,6oo 4 “ 300 “ 30.0(0 “ 1,200 4 “ 200 “ 10,000 w 800 4 “ 125 “ 5,000 • 400 4 “ 100 11 4,(00 400 4 “ 75 “ 3,0(0 “ 300 4 *• 50 “ 1,500 “ 200 4,000 • ‘ 20 are SIOO,OOO 5,485 Prizes amounting to.. $320.(00 Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5, Qnaiters $2.50 A Circular showing the plan of the Lotteries, wilt forwarded to any one desirous of receiving it Certificates ot Packages will be sold at the follow ing rates which is the risk. Certificates ot Packages of 10 Whole Tickets..sßo “ 10 Half “ 40 “ “ JO Quarters “ 2<i “ “ 10 Eighths “ 10 IN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES Enclose the money to our address for the Tickets ordered on receipt of which they wili be torwarded by first mail. Purcnasers can liavo Tickets ending iu any figure they may designate. The Li slot drawn numbers and Prizes will bo sent to purchasers immediately after the drawing. Purchasers will please write their signatures plain and give their Post Office, County and State. Remember that every Prize isdtawu and payable in lu.l without deduction. All Prizes of SI,OOO and under paid immediately j after the draw iug—other prizes at the usual time of thirty days. All communications strictly confiden ict. Address orders lor Tickets or Certificates to S. SWAN & CO,, Augusta, Ga. Persons residing near Muntgom. ly, Ala.or Atlanta Ga ,can have their orders filled, and save time by addressing S. Swan &Cos at either ofthose places. tor a list of the numbers that are di awn lrom the wheel, with the amount ot the Prize that each one is entitled to, will be published alter every drawing in the following papers—Augusta Constitu tionaiist, New Orleans lietta, Mobile Register, Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlai.ta in telligencer, New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah Morning News, Richmond Despatch,New York Dis patch, Paulding (Miss > Clurrion, and Litt'e Rock (Ark ) T rue Democrat. octl—ddtwtf •ii $1 at it/* it it (til l jStli & (So -JL f*L a® m THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR PSSES.BE of the kidneys, LIVER COMPLAINT, WEAKNESS OF AJSTY KIND, Mm a cue. And the various affections consequent upon a dis- STATE OF THE FIVER. Such as Indigestion, Acidity of the stomach, Col icky Pains, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Hespond ency, Costiveness, Blind and Bleeding Piles, lu all Nervous, Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affections, it has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and in otoers effac ed a decided cure. This is a purely vegetaole compound,prepared ott strictly scientific principles, after the manner of the celebrated Holland Professor, Boerhave, Because of iis great success in most of the European States, iis introduction into the United cnaies was intended more espec ally lor those of our 1 therland scattered here and there > ver the face of this mighty country. Meeting with great success among them, 1 now of | fer it to the American public, knowing that ins truly | wonderful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged. It is particularly recommended to those persona whost constitutions may have been impaired by the continuous use of ardon; spirits, or other forms of dissipation. Gen<rallv insiantaneons in effect, it fhuia its way directly to ihe seat of life, thrilling and quickening every nerve, raising tip the drooping spirit, and, in fact, infusing new health and vigor in the system. NOTICE, —Whoever expects to find this a beve rage will be disappointed; but to the 6ick, weak, arid low spirited, it will prove a grateful aromatic cordial, possessed of singular remedial properties. CAUTI O JN ! The great popularity of this delightful aroma has Induced many .mitations, which the pub.tc should guard against purchasing Be not persuaded to buy anything else until vo t nave given Boerhave’s Hol land Bitters a fair trial. One bottle will convince you how infinitely superior U is to ail these imita tions. risr-'old at $1 03 per bottle, or six bottles for $5.00, by the 5O L E PROPRIETORS, BENJAMIN PAGE. JIB & CO., MANUFACTURING Pharmaceutists and Chemists, PITTSBURGH, PA. For sale in Coin r bus by Brooks* Chapman, and Drug istsg-nerally throughout the State. April 24, ’SB. lydwis DR. W. W. WILSON, DEALER IN * DRUGS, Medicines, Cl.envcals, Books, Sta tionery and Fancy Articles, Taibotton, Ga., Sept 21, w—ly. ~!VH0 WANTS AN OVERSEER. WANTED a situation as overseer, in any part of Georgia or Alabama, where good wages will be paid by a young man who has h<xd several years experience at the business Good re erence given tf required. GEOROE w RUSH IN, Sept 35 w4t GienaJta, Marion <>o.