THE lIAILY TIMES.
Ia company with several gontlemen we paid
a visit on Monday to Mr. Charles A. Peabody.—
He lives about five miles beyond the river on an
elevation several hundred fiet above the level of
our dusty plain, approachable by a gradual and
easy ascent. Ot the latter fact we were made
acquainted only on our return ; lor, in going, we
were luckless enough to miss the way and, alter
pursuing, lor an hour and a half, the course
we would recommend to any reconnoitering party
of engineers seeking a location on the highest
ridge, riding over logs, pulling down and putting
up fences, and divers other amusing recreations,
we reached our destination* The mansion of Mr. !
Peabody, which has recently beeft finished, is a
magnificent building, of massive proportions j
beautilul exterior and arranged in conformity to
every demand of comfort or convenience. Its
summit commands an extensive and picturesque
view of the surrounding country. The grounds,
in front, are gracefully laid off, beautifully orna
mooted, and illustrate in a most flattering man
ner tne good taste of the ladies of the household,
A survey iu any direction will embrace number
less evidences of skill and labor and reminds one .
perpetually of the facility with which art may
supply what parsimonious nature hath withheld, j
The soil is sandy, filled with coarse gravel, pine •
knots and other insignia of unmitigated ster- ‘
Three or four hundred yards from the house
the “Peabody Corn” was planted and is now
ready for the harvest. Considering the fact we
havejust noted—the barrenness of the natural soil
—we regard the product an extraordinary one.—
Indeed, we would consider such a yield remarka
ble for any quality of upland. Much of the result
is, doubtless due to the judicious system of culti
vation and manuring which Mr. Peabody has em
ployed. The corn is planted in rows about five feet
apart and is left about four feet apart fn the drill.
With the main stalk rises, often one or two and*
sometimes, three or four tillers, and on both tiller
and stalk it is not uncommon to find from one to
three small ears. The grain is short, apparently
firm and compact and, in default oi a practical
test, we should ‘estimate that a bushel of it would
be of greater weight than the same quantity of or
dinary corn. Of the Strawberry beds itisunnec
oessary for us to speak. The sight of them reviv
ed in a provoking degree our gastronomical aspi
rations, and it was with much difficulty we re
called ourself from the contemplation of Strupper’s
We had several opportunities of tasting Mr- P’s.
native Hock wine, manufactured from the Soup*
pernong grape and being the pure juice without a
single foreign ingredient. Our companions, whose
palates are more experienced than our own, and
to whose opinions we deferred in such matters,
pronounced it fine. Alter our return irom the
out-door examination, the remainder of the after
noon was spent in discussing the subjects furnish*
ed by a luxurious table, and in social converse.—
The latter privilege we highly appreciated, as it
gave us the opportunity of an acquaintance with
Mr. Peabody’s charming family. We returned
home at dark, fatigued somewhat by our exer
tions, but delighted with our visit.
Messrs- Sammis & Rooney are offering a very
handsome lot ot Furniture, Carpeting, Curtains,
sc. at their fine store on Broad Street, on accom
modating terms. Persons in need of these neces
sary articles, will doubtless do well to call on the
above named gentlemen, where they will
something beautiful as well as durable.
The attention of our readers is also referred to
sundry legal advertisoments from Talbot county.
Mr. Ogletree offers for rent a comfortable resi
dence iu the upper part of the city.
Our readers who are fond of the beautiful, will
bear in mind the Panorama at Temperance Hall
to night. The tact that Dr. Beale—who has ex
hibited several fine paintings throughout the
country for the past tew years—is connected with
this, is a sufficient guaranty to justify us in say
ing the work poaseses merit.
Let there be no Secrets in Medicine, or rather
no pretended secrets. The Medical Faculty pub
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 houorable, honest course, aud
right because it is houest. He goes to work and
invents the best remedy which medical skill can
devise for the cure of certaiu complaints: then
publishes what it is and maintains his monoply of
it solely by making it cheaper, better, more per- :
feet, than anybody else can. If the people would
exact this of all who offer medicines, they would
have much less trade and trash to swallow.—jV.
Oct. Ist. diswlw.
r The Syracuse Journal gives us an infal
lible remedy for the gout—“ Board with a
ARRIVALS, October 5,1858.
AT THE PLANTERS HOTEL:
John McDowell, Stewart county,Ga; Dr Thos
Turner, Florence; G B Lamb, Muscogee county;
B F Foster, Tuskegee, Ala; L B Pritchard, Tal
bot county; H C Love, Uchee, Ala; J M Gran
berry. Gataula, Ga; R Black, Tallapoosa, Ala;
A J Prather, Stewart county,Ga; G B McFarland
Baltimore, Md; J W Sims, Tallasca, Ala; John
Pride, Warrior Stand Ala; C Allen, Stewart co.
Ga; Frank Tate, Ala; S Smgletarv, So Ca; Ed
ward W Mooring, New York; B H Hughes and
two servants, Chunnennuggee, Ala; J T Craw
ford, Enon, Ala; A D Campbell, Eufaula, Ala;
L Henderson, Macon county, Ala; Miss Jennie
Rucker .Seal’s Station, Ala; E Garand, Glenn
ville, Ala; Wm II Parkman, Chattahoochee Cos.
Ga; Mrs Brewer, do; Mrs Hill, do; F G Jones,
Thomas Berry, Russell county, Ala; J C Rilev,
Miss Riley, Upatoie, Ga; T M Senn, Chattahoo
chee county, Ga; Rev. John F Arnold, Atlanta;
Dr Long and Lady, Ala; B Y Martin, Columbus.
rpHE Store on the corner of Broad and Randolph
A Streets, at present occupied bv E Barnard &Cos ~ >
is for rent from the Ist October next. Apply to
septl3—dtf PERRV SPENCER
FIFTY NEGROES WANTED, j
TfLf’ made our a-raugements for!
* a “ trade, we desire to purchase
50 or Sixty Likely Neg Toes,
of good character, consisting of young
men, women, plough boys, and girls, for whom !
the hignest marketprice will be paid. Persons ha- !
ving negroes for 6ale willfind 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 Auction and Negro mart of
HARRISON & PITTS,
augSl—wtwtf 50 & 61 Broad Street.
I DAILY COMMERCIAL RECORD.
Columbus Times Office, Oct, 6.
COTTON.—The Market opened yesterday ac
tive and continued so throughout the day, and
after the Steamer’s news a slight.improvement was
manifost. Recoipts heavy and sales were*rea
dily made at 11 12to 11 3-4. Some few par
cels brougnt 11 .81.
i Receipts 1939. Sales. 733.
New Orleans,Oct 1.-COTTON.. Weata*
; ted in our last review that the demand had been
stimulated by favorable foreign news, and factors
bad realized prices showing an advance of l-4c,
since which the market has exhibited still more
animation, with a continued tendency in favor of
factors, resulting in an advance o*‘about l-4c.
The sales comprise 3,500 bales on Saturday,
9,000 on Monday, 4,000 on Tuesday, 7,500 on
Wednesday, 6,500 yesterday, and 6,000 to-day—
making a total for the week of 36,500 bales.
The receipts since the 24th inet., comprise 44,-
067 bales, against 38,049 bales during the cor
responding period last year, and the exports 10,454
bales, leaving on hand a stock of 105,989 bales*
i against 63,801 same time last year.
Our quotations for low Middling and the highe r
| grade are lor new crop-
NEW ORLEANS CLASSIFICATION :
Interior [newj s<®7l
Ordinary “ 8?(g)10
Good Ordinary “ 10#(2)11
Low Middling (New Crop) 111(2)12
Middling “ 121(5)12?
Good middling “ 12t)(a>12*
: Middling Fair “ (5)13
| Fair ($)
-Mobile, Saturday Evening, Oct. 2.—COT
TON—There was a lair demand at steady pri
ces. Sales 1800 bales—middling 12 1-8 to 12 l-4c.
Savannah, Oct. 4.—'The sales t of Cotton to
day amounted to 833 bales, at unchanged pri
Charleston, Oct. 4.—Sales of cotton 1,000
bale3,at full prices.
New York, Oct. 4. Sales of cotton to-day
2,000 bales, at firm prices, but the stock is limited.
Flour heavy, sales 9,000 barrels. Wheat declin
ing, sales 33,000 bushels. Corn, 54,000 bushels
; sold, with a buoyant market. Sugar active, at an
j advance off cent. Spirits of Turpentine dull.
EUFAULA, Oct. sth.
Sept. 27th, ’sß.—Amount of cotton receiv
ed to date, 1,539
Oct. 4th,’sß. —Received past week, 926
Total rece : ved to date, 2,465
Received same time last year, 182
COTTON—During the past week receipts (as
will be perceived by comparative statement,) have
been large tor the season—the larger portion have
found purchasers at a range iu price of from 11 (5)
115-B. —Spirit of the South. Oct. sth.
Augusta, October 4th.
COTTON.—The sales this forenoon were 259
bales, at the following prices: 2 at 10; 3 at 12 ; 24
at 12 1-4 ; 28 at 12 516 ; 120 at 12 3-8; 159 at
121-2 ; and 30 bales at 123-4 cents.
Receipts 1,286 bales*
CONSIGNEES, OCT. 6, 1858 .
M&WPRR, J Lawrence Cos.,
Mob. & G R R, J II Merry,
Gunby & Cos., B F Streeter & Co s,
R M Aidworth, Smith & Daniel,
King A and Camak, I A Brokaw and Cos,
W H H Phelphs, L J Davis.
.T Mcßae, J Kyle and Cos.,
Hainman and Son. S*H Goodman,
Harrison and Pitts, E II Beall,
W \V Robinson, ii D Lampley, & Cos,
Carter and Jones, Tutie W Cos.,
D B Thompson, $ Co,Nance S^Renfrce,
N J Bussov, R E & W J Wood,
Wynn and Park, W 11 Webb,
W S Needham, F B,
Sammis &. Rooney, P Kein,
H Grossmayer, E A Smith,
R E Covington. Sanders & Jones,
Hughes D and Cos., J H Daniel 4y Cos.,
C (Jgletree, C Petty,
AH DeWitt, GF Banger,
D Walbaum, G W Atkinson and TANARUS,
C B Lloyd, T Ragland & Cos.,
H Middlebrook & Cos, F Bachle & Cos,
A C Gordan, J Ligon,
M Jacobi, Blum and Frank,
Hull D and Cos., L Schwarz,
J L Logan, B F Scranton,
D Young. McKee R McKee,
J Ennis and Cos., A L McKay,
Dillard P and Cos., R P Peacock,
W W Goodman, Teague & Owens,
D Bussey and Bro, W H Roberts,
Col. Iron Works, H Garris,
Allen tfc Camak, Thames & D,
J N Webb, .1 G Winter,
Mrs. S S Bardwell, J T Mabson,
J Friedenburg, J MDavis,
j II Freeman. H F Wili ams,
’ S Rothschild Bro, Z Dallinger & Cos.,
I Wells Curtis <fc Cos., Newman &G,
J W SappiDgton,
COLU3IBUS CURRENT PRICES.
BACON—There is a full supply of Bacou in this
market. We make the following quotations:
Clear Sides 114; Hams, Sugar Cured, 15 to
16 ; Shoulders 9 to 10c.
BAGGING.—India 20c. Ky 19c.
COFFEE.—Supply ample. Rio. 13 to 14c. La
guyra 15c ; Java, 22c.
CANDLES.—Starr 28 to 30c. Sperm 50c. Patent
FLOUR.—SS 00, $5,75. to 700.
IRON —44 © 6c.
LINSEYS. Northern, 18©20 c .
“ r Southern, 25©28c.
LARD. —In barrels 14c. Kegs 16c.
MACKEREL—No lin half bbla $9,00. No 2.
in bbls $14,00, halt bbls SB,OOO. No 3, halt bbls
MOLASSES.—3Sc. New Orleans refined 45c.
NEGRO SHOES. Russets, $1,2501,40.
NAILS—44 (a) sc,
OSNABURGS. 10© 12,
ROPE.—94 to 10c-
SHEETING. 9© 124 c.
SHUTTING. 8© 10c.
SALT—I,SO per sack.
SUGAR.—SoId at retail only-Brown 12 to 12
1-2. Crushed 14c.
WHEAT.—9O © 1,10.
WHlSKEY.—Rectified, 25 ©37. Bourbon, 200
©3OO. Monongahela, 100© 150.
BUTTER.—Country 20 to 25c.
“ Goshen 30 to 35c.
! CORN.—SO *o 60c.
’ CHICKENS—ISto 20c.
; FEATHERS—4O to 50c.
j FODDER.—6O to 75c.
j PEAS —75c.
Dissolution of Partnership,
THE firm of KING hi is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, Those having
i demands against the firm as well as those indebt
j ed to it, will please call on B. A. Sorsby for seitle
-1 ment, at the Alabama Warehouse, who is hereby
authorized to settle the same.
JOHN W. KING.
* June 85--wtwtf. B. A. SORSBY.
STEAM ENGINE FOR SALE
LOW FOR CASH OR GOOD PAPER
ONE Steam Engine,B 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 tune, and satisfy themselves that she is a No.
1 engine. Call on or address
Sept. 3, 1858 dim
. TO RENT.
FROM the Ist of October next, the City Hofei,
near the Market House. Apply to
July 3 tw3m. At Rankin’s old Stand,
—:of a :
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 ol Nathaniel H. Clanton, deceased, 1
will proceed to sell to the highest bidder at public
outcry, before the Court House door, in Tuskegee,
Ala., on Monday, the 18ih October next, the tol
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 halt 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
woodland. The Residence of the 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 richr ess 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
Also, at the same time and place, Noith half of
Section twenty-nine (29,) in Township sixteen
(16,) of Range tweoty-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 (16), of Ra ge
twenty-two (22 , known as the Haden tract, lying
in the fork of Big and Little Calebee Cieeks ; 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 Irom the tirsr January, 1859. Notes with
Possession given first January, 1859-
JAMES H. CLANTON, Ex’r.
. Sept. 16,’58. 18-dtd.
SX!E. ft. W. (DBIMIK,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
t-uwtfrE? —i THANKFUL for past and present
would respectfully give notice
7 2a Wrf that he continues to give instruction
\J * x \J inVocalaud Instrumental music.
Applications received at Carter’s music Store.
• PINE GROVE ACADEMY.
JlfWlfttM. exerciSßs °f T h* B School will
comment on MONDAY, 4th of
October next, aDd end July 1, 1859.
Tuition for the year ®sso.
Columbus, Sept. 23 d—lit.
JOHN 18 HaM.
r fHE exercises of this Srhool will be resumed
pn Monday, October 4ih, and closed on the
l9t ot J[uly, 1859. Full and thorough instruction
given, in the English, Classical, and Mathemat
ical branches of study.
Sept. 20-dtw. H. MITCHELL.
WYNN TON MALE ACADEMY.
#The exercises of my School will be
resumed Monday, September 27th,
and continue nine months. Tuition
Forty Dollars, one half in advance.
„ H. H. TAFT.
Columbus, Sept. 29, 1858. w&dtf.
MRS. MARBLE'S SEMINARY.
The exercises ot this institution will
jfjOsSk commence on Monday, October 4’h.
Terms and studies the same as hereto
fore ’ * s con fidently hoped the
gpF same Jiberal patronage will be be-
Columbus, Sept. 17, 1858. dtd
NEW SCHOOL FOR BQYS.
jHWfc. DR. J. P. HOYT, having had several
Y ears experience in teaching, and being
favorably known by many citizens of
Columbus, will open a school for
boys at the corner of Forsyth and
Thomas Streets, on Monday, Oct.
4th. Every exertion will be made to deserve a
Columbus, Sept. 17, 1859. dtd
MR. FLYNNE’S SCHOOL.
: be exercises of this School will be
resumed on Monday the 27th Sept.
, and wll be continued to the
ISr* 30th June 1859.
Sept, 22 w6fd->3w.
ins Exercises ef this School will he
. resume 3 on Monday the 4th day ofOc-
i ext under the charge, as hereto-
Miss A. BAILEY.
Lessons on the Piano will be given
bv a comj etent Female Teacher.
Board cau be obtained in the immediate ueighbor
Beall wood, Bept 7, 18 8 did.
Tri-weekly Enquirer copy
948 Acres Land for Sale.
AT Guerrytownon the Mobile and
Girard Railroad, 350 of which is
■■■•Sn°pened, with good improvements
balance ia the woods. All lies weP
®!saISHR and a fair proportion rich low land.'.
Provisions can be had on the place.
Dr. Miller on the place will show the lands,
sept 13—dwtf E. S. OTT.
MOWING to mislortune, I offer for sale in y
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 aud press. The land is red
land—growth oak and hlckoty I prefer letting the
present crop speik for the productiveness of the
land. I will sell a bargain If applied to soon.
Lumpkin, Sept, 9,—d<stw3w.
MTHE residence at piesent occupied by
the Rev. Mr Watt. oDDOsite Mr Slade’.*,
possession given the Ist Jan. next. Also
two vacant lots adjoining, with the store on Broad
street No 34, at present occupied by G. Michael
as a Furniture store, possession given the first of
October, The above property will be rented if
not sold. IS BOYKEN. Ex.
Sept 24, d—if! • or T G HOLT.
BY HARRISON k FITTS.
SUNDRIES AtTkIVATE SALE.
HHUS. BACON (.Extra Clear-ides,)
UU fiOßarrels Recufied Whisky 25c per gallon.
20 “ Old Burboun Whisky;
10 ‘ Mnnonaahela “
200 Boxes Virginia Tobacco.
100 Boxes Star C nd e*.
100 Cases Cognac Brandy.
100 Cases chestnut Grove Whisky.
I Qr. Cask tie French Brandy.
*• übls American Brand}.
50,000 Cigars- assorted brands.
Persons in want or any of the above goods will
find it to taeir interest to give us a all
HARRISON Ac PITTS, Auct’re.
Sept. 1, 1858—u&tvim.
HARRISON $. PITTS,
AUCTION & COMMISSION
! 59 anti 61 Broad street .Columbus, Ga*
WILL stiil 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 mer t
its continuance. No efforts will be 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 Keal Estate, Negroes, Merchandize and Pro
duce. Having houses fitted up expressly lor 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 aud Executors’ sales attended to
on reasonable terms.
X3rT A Stock Of LIKELY NEGRGOESof all
classes will be kept constantly on hand.
CHAS. S. HARRISON,
GEORGE l. PITTS.
Columbus, Sept. 2,lßsß.—wtwly
New Fall & Winter Goods,
WE are now prepared to offer, at reduced
prices for Cash, one of the largest and most
varied assortments of S'apie 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 tor our house, together wi<h our usual
stock of Staple and Domestic fabrics. Also fine
Bed Blankets, Negro Blankets, Brogans, Kersey,
6(e , Ac. We bel -w name a few of our leading
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS:
Rich Silk Robes a’Les, S4O to SBO each ;
Plain Silk Dresses, Robe a’Les style;
A variety of Fancy Silks from sll to S2B per
Chintz Figured French DeLaines ;
Rich Figured * merican DeLaines ;
French Figured Cashmeres;
Black Alpacas; French Merinos ;
Two Jupes, Robes a’Les, SSO to $35 each ;
New style Fancy Silk Dress, at sll each ;
French Printed DeLame Robes a’Les, 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 for Ladies’ wear the coming winter,
we are well prepared to exhibit a large stock, in
great varies of colors, styles, isc., among which is
the Circular Shawl. We also have our usual
stock of Cloth and Velvet Talmas.
Biollih’best Black French Broad Cloths, Black
French Doeskins. Beaver Cloths, real French Fan
cy Cassimeres, Satinets, Sheeps Greys, Tweeds,
Jeans, fcc., Arc.
_ New style Chenille Bonnets. Bonnet Ribbons,
French Flow’rs. Vel Ribbons, S’k Bells, best Kid
Gloves at 75e., Ladies'Cotton, Wool and Silk
Hosiery, Head Dresses, Scarfs, Ladies’ Silk and
. Cashmere Gauntlets, <&c., vc.
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
vve are well prepared to offer inducements to
buyers of Osna burgs. Kerseys, Lindseys, Sheetings
Shirtings. Stripes; Ticks, &c., and have a 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 Mi.-ses Shoes. Also a large stock of Negro
Wool Hats Gent’s Bengal and Soft Fur Huts
together with a complete stock ot Hats and Caps
On the second floor, over our stock of Dry
Goods, we keep a good assoitment of ready
We buy our goods mostly for cash, and
sell ex lusively for cash at short profits, thus sav*
ing lor our patrons at least a difference of fifteen to
twenty-live per cent, from the usual Credit system.
We earnestly solicit a call, believing t >at we will
in every ease, be able to GIVE ENTIRE SAT
GEO. W. ATKINSON & TAYLOR,
Broad street, one door south < f Randolph street,
below* the Post Office, Columbus, Ga.
Sept. 24th w—if
ELLIS & MATHIS,
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
HAVE on handand will continue to receive di
rect jiFROM FIRST CLASS MANUFACTURERRH
a large supply of all grades Tobacc •- whicti they will
sell to the t -ade at Factory Prices, expenses
[ only added.
* rader# wiil do well to call before buying
lßewkere. eept?— w&d3inmis
THE well kmown plantation, belong-
I ing to the estate of the late Col. Wm.
J.. * .."jToney. 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 ot the S* W. Rail Road, and on iha road
from the latter place to Eulaula, on which a dai
ly stage passes; it has fine improvements to-wit
a new two story dwelling hou-e, large and com
modious with seven rooms, all ceiled and painted,
with brick phimneys to six rooms, anew gin house
and new cotton screw, and tiamed negro houses,
all Dew and complete. The house lot and negro
houses are we'l watered, and so is every field on
the plantrticn; with a good garden and oichards
of app es, pears, peaches, Ace attached.—l here
is about 800 acres of com and cotton land in
cultivation, all nearly a dead level, whose produc
tive quality can be judged from the fact weil au
thenticated, that 30 hands have actually cleared
s62,ooofrom to 1857, from ihe sales of six
crops of corn and cotton made on the place, and
this too aver and above all plantation expenses.
This Plantation lies on the Georgia side ot the
Chattahoochee, opposite to Col. Archibald Mc-
Kays- and coniains about 1200 acres ot 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 _ *
South-western Georgia is the cotton growing re
gion properjand as these river plantations eel 1 at
10 to sls per 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, aud on easy and accommodating terms.
R G RICKS, ) ...
July Ifl, IWB— wtd.
35,000 lbs Tennessee C,ear Sides,
40,000 lbs. Tennessee Shoulders.
On consignment and ti r sale at
HUoIIES, DANIEL & CO.
Sept. 20th, 185$. diw
A LARGE STOCK OF
FILL&WINTER DRV GOODS.
J. KYLE cf- CO.,
HAVE now in store the largest and best select
ed Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
ever offered ia Columbus. Also a tine assort
ment of Carpets, Rugs, Shoes, Hats, &e., all at
their usual low prices—with additional induce
ments to cash buyers.
Columbus, Sept. 18,1858. u6tdtf
ILP LLITs. b. and. il ii it..?
ELLIS & MMHISr
Auction & Commission
WILL give prompt attention to tne sale of
Merchandize, Country Produce, Ne
groes, Furniture, Vehicles, Stock,
Real Estate, &c. &c.
Will also givo particular attention le Renting Real
Estate, Hiring negroes, Ac. ac.
Administrators’ and Guardian's sales will be con
ducted on reasonable terms.
LIBER ALAD / ANCES will be made. A't goods
u store will be insured, unless otherwise dnected.
Columbus, Sept. 7—w&dhmis
W- W. ROBISON,
Wholesale Dealer in
FAMILY GROCERIES, &c.,
WEST SIDE OF BROAD STREET,
HAS now on hand, and will constantly keep,
an excellent selection of all iha articles usu
ally kept in the Grocery line. His stock consists
in pan of
Bacon, Lard, Flour, Sugar, Coffee, Syrups, Flour,
Salt, Rice, Cheese, Ragging, Hope, Tobacco,
Nails, Soap. Crockery, &c. Together with eve
ry article usually demanded by ihi city or country
tradH, all ot which he offers to his triends and the
public, at ihe lowest market prices. Call and see.
Sept. 4,1858. dfcw3m.
E. BARNARD & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS & PROVISION DE ALERS
BH AVE on hand, and will constantly keep,
a largo 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 mr and see us-
Columbus, Sept. 29, 1857. w&twtf.
To Our Customers!
FROM and alter the flist Januaiy next, weshall
adopt, as nearly as possible, the CASH
SYSTEM. Necessity Comi el us to ib>s
t 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&tw6m.
CIGARS DIRECT IMPORTATION,
I A A BOXES Havana Cigars ofvarious brands
JlU* J for sale at small advances for Cash by
Jan 19—wtwtf E. BARNARD CO.
M Situated three miles and aha I feast from
the Citv. is now offered lor safe. It con
tains 200 acres, about halt ot which is
cleared and well enclosed, the balance finely tim
bered, and is one ot the most valuable and pleas
ant residences in the county. The dwelling has
four comfortable rooms wuh fire places in each, a
wide passage with pantries attached. A large
kitchen, smoke house and servants rooms; also
bam, stable, cow sheds, cribs and carriage house,
all in a tew rods of a fine 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, will find it to their interest to
examine the above
” Possession given first January next.
For Terms, etc., apply to
AUG. L GRANT, Trustee,
or HARK ISON & PITTS.
Columbus, Ga., Sept 18,1859. w&dlm
FEVER AND ague.
South American Antidote for Malarial
Is a sure Cure and Perfect Route to Ague
and Fever, Chill and Fever , Dumb Asue,
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 most
obstinate cases. The unanimous testimony of all
who have used or witnessed its operations, declare
it to be Ihe 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 wit! 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 be 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 10 remain unchanged and renew its at
tacks, immediately alter the netvous system has
ceased to leel the artificial disease—induced by
Quinine and many other preparations generally
resorted to. The GRENADA ELIXIR acts 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, andean 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 hut
tne n u t economical medicine ever introduced lor :
Fever and Ague and is a Southern Remedy.
Prepared only by
J. S. PE viBKRTON Sl CO.
Chemists and Druggists,
And sold by all respectable Druggists in the city
lidv 24. I
METHODIST BOOK DEPOSITORY.
.VO. 65 BROAD STREET.
THE undersigned has consented to supply a de
sideratum in tbe Methodist Community of this
city and section of country by keepine on hand
at his office, a full supply of Books, published at
the Methodist book concern. Nashville, Tenn
Just received the new Discipline, Hymn Books of
all sizes, and a general assortment of Methodist
We will, at the same time, receive subscriptions
for all the A ivocates; Home-Circle ; Quarterly
Review; Sunday School Visitor, &c., &c.
ALL ROOK- S )LD AT C tTALOOUK PRICES.
Terms, Cash or Ci y Acceptance Persons at
a distance might find it cor to order through
the merchant with whom they trade, in our city.
>l. WOODRUFF, M. D.
Sept 23 d—lw,—w lm.
SWAN & CO.'S LOTTERIES
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
ARE MORE LIBERAL THAN ANY OTHER
LOTTERY IN THE WORLD.
The following schemes will be drawn by S SWAN
& CO. Managers or the Sparia >cademy Lottery, lu
each oftheirssugle number Lotte.ies lor ctober
1858, at Augusia, Georgia, to which city they have
removed their principaloffice.
Class 35 draws Saturday, Oct. 2, 1858.
Class 36 draws Saturday, Oct. 9, 1858.
Class 37 draws Saturday, Oet. 16, 1858.
Class 38 draws’ Saturday, Oct. 23, 1858.
Class 39 draws Saturday, Oct. 30, 1858.
On tHe Plan of Single Number*.
£O,OOO TICKETS—S.43S PHIZES.
NEARLY ONE BRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS
To be drawu every Saturday in Oct,
1 Prize of $70,000
1 “ HO 000
1 “ 10,000
1 “ 5,000
1 “ 4,000
1 “ 3,000
1 *• 1,500
4 “ 1,(00
4 “ 9)0
4 ‘ 700
50 “ “ &oo
so “ !!!!.*”! ” ‘ oo
5 Prizes ol $ /, 00 Approx’g to $70,0(0 Prize are l.flflO
4 “ 31,0 “ 30.0(0 “ IA 00
4 “ 200 “ I<‘,ooo ,f 800
4 “ 125 “ 5,000 ‘ 400
4 “ 100 “ 4,(00 “ 4(>o
4 75 11 3,000 “ 300
4 “ M) “ 1,510 “ 2(0
4,000 • ‘ 20 are.... $100,0( 0
5,4-i5 Prizes amounting to ... $320,000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5. Quarters $. .50
A Circular showing the plan of the Lotteries, will
forwarded lo an> one desir<usoi r c ivnp it
Certificates ol Packages will be solo at the follow
ing rat, s which i.- the liss.
Cer lficates ol Packag> sol 10 Whole Tickets.. SBO
“ ‘‘ 10 Hall’ “ 40
*• “ 10 Quarters “ 20
“ “ 10 Eighths * k 10
IN ORDERING Tit KI 1B OR CTRTIFKAUS
I nclose the morey to our address lor li e Ticki ts
ordered on receipt oi which t) ey will be lorwardtd
<>y hist mail, i urenasers can have Tickets ending
in any figure they ma, des gnaie
The Listot drawn numbers and Prizes will be sent
to purchasers iiumed-ately alter (tie drawir g.
Pmchaserfi will please write their srgi aiuies plain
and give tiieir Posi <'(Hue, and Stale.
Remember that every Prize is drawn and payable
in tu 1 without deduction.
Ail Prizes of SI,OOO and under paid immediately
after the drswing—oilier prizes at the usual time of
All communications str’etiy confide!) ial.
Address orders to* Tickets or Certificates to
5. SWAN At CO , Augusta, Ga.
Persons residing near M. ntgonj ly, Ala.or Atlanta
Ga,can have their orders filled, and save time by
addressing tl. Swan fit Cos. at either oi those places.
A list of the numbers that are drawn from
the wheel, with the amount oi the Prize that each
one is entitled to, will be published aiur every
drawing in the following papers—Augusta Constitu
lions list, Now- Orleans Deita, Mobile Register,
Charleston Standard, Nashville Gazette, Atlanta in
telligencer, New. York Weekly Day Book, Savannah
Morning News, Richmond Despatch,New York niis
paich, Paulding (Miss) Clarrion, and Litt e Hock
(Ark ) T rte Democrat. octl— ciewtf
SS ‘4? it A & at Hj ti 5
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANT KIND,
FEVER APJD AGUE,
And the various affections consequent upon a dis
STATE OF THE LIVER.
Such as Indigestion, Acidity ot the Stomach, Col
icky Pains, Heartburn, Loss ot Appetite, Despond
ency, ZJosti veil ess. Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all
Nervous. Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affections, it
has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial,
and in otners effm orl a decided cure
This is a purely vegetable compound,prepared on
strictly scientific principles, after the manner ofihe
celebrated Holland Professor, Boerhave, Because
of its great success in most of tae Kuropean States,
its introduction into the United States was intended
more espec ally for those of our t theriand scattered
here and there >verthe faieofthis mighty country.
Mee.ing with great success among them, 1 now ©f
ferittothe American public, knowing thai Ls truly
wonderful medicinal virtues raust be acknowledge.
It is particularly recommended to those persons
whos< coiietoutions may have been impaired by the
continuous use of ardent, spirits, or other torms of
dissipation. Gent rally instantaneous in tff.ct. it
finds ts way and rectly to ihe seat of life, thrilling and
quickening every nerve, raising up the dr< oping
spirit, and, in fact, iniuslngnew health and vigor in
Notice, —Whoever expects to find this a beve
rage wiil be disappointed; but to the sick, weak,
and low spirited, it will prove a grateful aron stic
cordial, possessed of singular remedial properties.
The great popularity of this delightful has
induced many, nutations, which the pub ic should
guard against purchasing Be not persuaded to buy
anything e!se u ltd you nave given Boerhave** II >l
land Bitiers a fair tiial. One bottle will convince
you how influitely superior it is to all the3e imita
at 3'oo per bottle, or six bottles for
BENJAMIN PAGE. JK.& CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
Pi TSBURGrH, PA.
For sale in'loin bus by Brooks* C lapnaan, and
Drug ist*g •v'-tlly thro the S.ate
April 24. ’SR Iv *•<
DR. W. W. WILSON,
DRUGS, Medicines, Chemicals, Books, Sta
tionery and Fancy Articles,
Talbotton, Ga., Sept 24, w—ly.
WHO WANTS AN bVERSEISK.
WANTED a situation as overseer, in any part
of Georgia or Alabama, where good wages
will be paid fy a young man who has had several
years exper.ence at the business Good reference
given if required. .......
GEORGE W RUSHIN,
Sept IS w4t Glenalta, M arion eo.