R. ELLIS & Cos., Proprietors,
THE COLUMIU DAILY TIMES
Is published every moruing (Sundays excepted.)
at Six Dollars per annum, in advance. Sev
en Dollars if not paid before the expiration of
THE COLUMBUS WEEKLY TIMES
Is published every TUESDAY MORMND.
at Two Dollars per annum,stricdy in advance.
Office on Randolph Street, opposite the
Post Office .
Advertisements of five lines or less in either the
Daily or Weekly Times, will he inserted at 50
cents for tho first insertion and 25 cents for each
Advertisements exceeding five lines will be
charged 10 cents for the tirst, and five cents per
line tor each subsequent insertion.
Displayed advertisements will he charged for
the space thov occupy.
The following are the contracting rates change
aole at pleasure:
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Sales of Land and Negroes, by Adminisira
tors, Executors and Guardians, are required by
law to be held on the first Tuesday in the month
between the hours of ten in forenoon and three
in tho afternoon, at the Court House in'he county
in which the property is situate. Notices of
these sales mu u be given in a public gazette
forty days previous to the day of sale.
Notice for the sale of Personal property must
be given at least ten day 9 previous to the day of
Notice to Debtors and Creditors of an Estate
must be published forty days.
Notice that application will be made to the
Court of Oriinary for leave to sell Lana or Ne
groes, must be published weekly for two months.
Coitions for Letters of Administration must be
published thirty days—for Dismission from Ad
ministration,monmiy six months—for Dismission
from Guardianship, forty days.
Rules tor Foreclosure of Mortgage must be
published monthly for four months—for estab
lishing lost papers for he lull three
months—for compelling titles from Executors
or Administrators, where a bond has been giv?n ,
by the deceased, the full space of three months.
Publications will always be continued ac
cording to these, the legal requirements, unless
Randolph Street, Columbus, Georgia, i
HAVING in successful operation one of HOE
&CO’S CYLINDER PRESSES
RUNNING BY STEAM,
We are prepared toexecute, at short notice, every j
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, j
in unsurpassed style, as cheaply as can be done
anywhere in the South.
We have on hand a large variety of N E W
JOB TYPE, and shall keep a constant sup
ply of PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER,
Our facilities for turning off this kind of work, j
wiMi promptness and despatch, will make it great- j
ly to the interest of persons in want of
BILLS OF LADING,
Blanks of every description, &c. &c.
Also RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT Blanks.
Give us a call.
This Department of our office is under the su
perintendence of Mr- D. S Porter, whose long
experience and acknowledged reputation as a Job
Printer,are a sufficient guarantee that all work
entrusted to his care will be executed witherergy
We have now in connection with the office a
and having recently secured the services of Mr.E._
M. Clark (lateof Philadelphia,)ln this branch ot
our business, we pledge ourselves to give the
most perfect satisfaction in the manutaciure of
Ledgers. Account Books,
Court Records. Steamboat and Rail
Road Blank Bsoks, &c,
We intend not to lie outdone in the style and
finish of • ur work, in either department, by anv
establishment Sooth, and that we maybe able
to make onr prices satisfactory, we have adopted
the CASH SYSTEM. n „
Sept. Ist, 1858. R. ELLIS & CO.
Cflltmite li!| fitwi
HOWARD & WEENS,
ATTORN EYSATL AW,
ROBERT N. HOWARD. WALTER H* WEEMS
Crawlord, Ala., June8 —wtwtt.
JAMES A. CLEiNDINEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY ,
A HUIOVILLI'J, Henry County, Ala.
July 20, 1858.—wly.
GRICE & WALLACE,
&Tfir®[B£i[gTO ait il
IITILL give prompt attention to all business eu-
VV trusted to them.
W. L. GULOB. WM.S. WALLACE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HAMILTON , GA.
WILL attend promptly to all busineees entrusted
January 26, 1858—wly.
R. A. TURNIPSEED,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CUT H BERT,
HAVING removed from Cusseta, toCulhbert,
Randolph county, will give prompt atten
tion to all business entrusted to his care.
~ OT©mAi w. tamr
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PRESTON, Webster County, Ga.
WILL practice in the counties of Clay, Chat
tahoochee, Webster, Early, Randolph,
Stewart and Sumter. Particular attention giv
en to collecting and remitting.
January 27, 1857—wtf.
W. S, JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Chattahoochee County, Ga.
GWes hiseutire attention to the practice in Chat
ttahoocheeand adjoining counties,
ap 26—wtw ly*
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Cuthbert, Randolph County, Georgia.
INFILL practice in the counties of Randolph,
’ v Calhoun, Terrell, Early, Clay, Baker,
Dougherty, Miller and Stewart.
REFERS TO 1
Wellborn, Johnson & Sloan, Attorneys at Law, (
Columbus, Georgia. (
All business intrusted to his care will receive 1
immediate attention. June 6, 1858—wtw tt \
ATTORNEY AT LAW ,
TALBOTTON, Talbot County, Ga.
’ Ictober 24th, 1856. wtwtf. 1
BAUGH & SLADE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
COLUMBUS , GEORGIA.
WILL practice law in Muscogee and the adjoin
ing counties of Georgia and Alabama. I
O’- Office over Bank of Oolumbus, Broad St.
ROBERT BAtTGH- J • J. SLADK. ,
Columbus,Ga. March 27 1857. wtwtf j
ATTORNEY’S AT LAW,
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. ;
next door to the Post
R. J. MOSES, WILLIAM A LAWES-
~A GREAT BARGAIN! ,
THE Subscribers, having now purchased the
entire pro perty of the Coweta Falls Manu
facturing Company, offer the same for sale. Itis
one of the best situations tor Milling and Manu
facturing purposes in the whole country, and wdll j
be sold on long credits, and the most liberal terms.
Titles of VVarrantee will be made.
PAUL J. SEM VIES,
JOHN L. MUSTIAN,
JunelO.— wtwtf JAMES W. WARREN
” “W. F. LEE, D. D. S.
‘rnSro denial surgeon,
OFFICE correr of Broad and Randolph Streets,
Dec. 17, 1856—w&twtf
J. FOGLE & SON,
Office on Randolph Street, near Broad, Colum
| bus, Ga. _ I
1 Columbus, May 9,1857. wtwtf j
Landreth’s New Crop Garden Sesd,
Just Received at
J. W. PEASE’S ROOK RTORF..
LANDRETH’S NEW CROP OF GaicDEN
SEED just received and for sale by
BROOKS & CHAPMAN.
AIso,ONION SETS of various kinds.
THE UNION OF THE STATES, AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1858
ALLEN &, CAMAK having purchased the
interest of B. A* Soreby 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, under
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
Marclmndise consigned to our care.
Liberal Advances made on Cotton in Store or
for shipment to our friends in Savannah, Charles
ton, New York orel-ewhere.
Bagging and Rope furnished our customers at
We solicit a share of public patronage, and
pledge ourselves, by close attention to business to
J. W. KING.
A M. ALLEN,
T 403. CAMAK.
THE undersigned, in retiring from the Ware
house business, takes great pleasure in re
commending to his triends a continuance of then
favor and patronage to the new firm
(Signed) B. A. SORSBY.
Columbus, July fi, 1858 d6m.
HAVING withdrawn from the firm of
HUGHES DANIEL & CO., I cheerfully
recommend thorn to all our former patrons, and
the public generally.
* JOHN R. EASTHAM.
THE Subscribers will continue under the same
name and style—a general
STORAGE & COMMISSION BUSINESS
FONTAINE & LOWELL
Thanklul for the past liberal patronage of our
friends, we solicit its continuance, and pledge out
individual exertions to please all who may entrusr
their business to us. We are prepared to grant
usual facilities to our customers
HUGHES, DANIEL & CO..
Wu. H. Hughes,
Wesley C. Hodges.
Aug. 5, tf.
GREENWOOD & 63AY.
THE undersigned have formed
a Co-partnerehip under the
firm tor the transaction of a genera! Ware-House
and Commission Business in this city.
From the long experience of Mr. Greenwood,
(in the late firm of Greenwood b; Cos.) and Mr.
Gray (in the late firm of Stewart, Gray A 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 he 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
W C GRAY.
Columbus, July 13, 1858—wtw3m.
THE subscriber is now manufacturing the real
Irish Poteen Whisky, at his place one and a
half miles from Columbus, which he warrants to
be pure and genuine, and equal to the best Poteen
Whisky manufactured under ground in Ireland.
Apait from its being a healthy and pleasant be
verage, it is an excellent remedy for Colds,
Diarrhoea, Worms, &c For sale by the bottle
at Brooks &, Chapman’6 Drug Store, at Brassill &.
Co’s by the drink or c herwise, and by the gallon
at tho distillery.
THE Subscriber nas on hand a few STILLB for
ta&nun ’luring Peach Brandy or Whig
fey* which he wil very low. ALSO,
Tin, Sheet Iren and Japan Ware,
every description, w tcj can be bought at the
one on gb tootle and >.l liberalterms.
J. B. HICKS,Agent,
inlylß v rt Next ioor below “Sans Souci”
TOPPING & NEWS PIPER,
OF ALLSIZES ANDQUALITIES,
FOR S.t LB AT
Roek Island Paper Mill Office,
IN FRONT OF PALACE MILLS.
TEKIWS fTASFf. Minelfiwtwtf
aDOCT. THORNE, by Antony
A Poor Fellow, by the author of
Which the Right or the Left,
the Sea; comprisiiga detailedac
co; nt of Remarkable Voyages, Ancient as well
Modern, by Frank B Goodrich.
Titcomb’s Letter to People, Single and
Married, by Timothy Titmouse, Esq
The Art ot Beauty, or Science of a Lady’s Toi
let, bv Lola Montez,
The Family Aquarium, by H. D. Butler.^
The American Horse Tamer and Faurier,
showing how to cure the wildest and most vicious
horse in the world of kicking, balking, and other
Also, anew supply of other books.
Mary Derwent, by Mrs Ann S Stephens.
Debit and Credit, a Novel.
Lord Montague’s Page, by James.
A Womans Thought about Women.
Quitts; a Novel.
Just received and for sale by „
sepiß—dwtf J. W. PEASE & CLARK,
WHO WANTS AN OVERSEER.
WANTED a situation asovereeer, in any part
of Georgia or Alabama, where good wages
will be paid by a young man who has had several
years experience at the business. Good reference
given if required. Address,
GEORGE W RUSH IN.
Sept 35 w4t Glenalta, Mario&w w •
I NYIGOR ATOR,
D R. SANDFORD,
COMPOUNBED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS.
IS one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicine
now be'ore the public, that acts as a Cathartic,
easier, milder, and more effectual than any other
medicine known. Itis not only a cathartic, bus a
Liver Remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject it?
morbid matter then on the Stomach and Bowel?
ts carry off the matter, thus accomplishing tw<
purposes ettec'ually. without any of the painf it ee
lings experienced in tbeoperation of'most ‘ hathar
tics it strengthens the system at the same time tha
it purges it; and wnen taken daily in moderate do
ses, will strengthen and build up with unusua
The Liver ifioneo ! jC) ‘' e principal regula
tors 01 me btiman bo- 1 i iy; and when it pei
iorms its functionsweil lie powers oi the sys
tem are tully develo) |T and. Thestomachis a
most enhrety depend-iH-ys on the healthy at
tion uS the Liver tor tin |f J r per pelormance o
its functions, when ibi ,iomach isai lauii th.
oowelsare at lauii, an< pH) he while svsicm stiti
ersiu consequence << (vj >ne organ—the Llv
er— having ceased U !o ; ts duty. I’oi the
disease oi that organ |l -Ajt >ue of the proprietor?
has made it bis study apractice of more
ttian twenty v ars, V find some remedy
wherewith to counter ) tetthe many derange
ments to which it i? 1 j ) .able.
To prove that this re-1 nedy is at last found.
a* y person troubei ihH) with Liver Com*
plaint,in any -f it? ‘ onus, bao Out to try a
ooitle and convictioi J sceriaiD.
These ums remove ) aO morbid or bad mat
ter Horn the system ) J supplying in
a healthy flow oi bile t vigoraiing the -tu
mach, causing food ti ligest well, purify
ing the blood, L ij ?i ing tone aud head.,
to ihe whole machine-#'J ry, removing he cause
oi the disease - nag a ladical cure.
Bilious attack* ire cured, and)
what is better, Juj) prevented, !>y tne
oc asional use oi tlu }[T]) elver Invigora
one dose alter eating inni 19 sufficient -to relieve
the stomach and pre vent the food from
rising ands< uriug ) (
Only one’ dose taken HI before retiring, pre
vents Kiglitmare if—Jf 1
Only one dose takei 1 /)at night, loosens tho
bowels gently, and s ol cures Costivesis.
One dose taken after each meal will cure
of two# id tea-spoonsful wiilal
ways r> lievo Sick 3 r“1 [ Headache*
One dose taken ioi mniale obstruction .-e
--movethe cause of the r disease, and makes a
peri ect cure.
only onedose imme-lv, liately relieves cholic,
One dose often repea #LQ( ted is a sure cure for
rholera Morbus,) (and a preventative of
one bottle Jr |is needed to thiov out
of the system theeffecte j lJ) of medicine altera long
bottle tak- (en for Jaundice re
movesail sallowness or innatural color from
the skin. (U-J’
One dose taken time before eat
ing gives vigor to the Jt* ( appetite and makes
food digest well.
fine dose often repeated cures Clirtmic Diar
rhoea, in its worst forms, while S I) M M E !t aud
Bowel complaints yieid almost to the first dose
One or two doses cures attacks caused by Worms
in Children; there is no surer, safer, or speedier
remedy in the world, as it never fails.
A few bottles cures Dropsy, by exciting
We take pleasure in recommending this medi
cine as a oreventive for Fever and Ague,
’ hills, Fe ver, and all Fe vers oi a Bilious
Type, Itoperaies with certainty, and thousands
are willing to testily to its wonaerlui virtues.
All who use it are giving their unanimous testimo
ny in its favor.
Mix water in the mouth with the Invigoratoi and
swallow both together.
THE LIVER INVIGOR ATOR,
fs a scientific Medical Discovery, and is daily wor
king cures almost too great for belief. it cures asii
by magic, even the first dose giving benefit, and
seldom more than one bottle is'required to ouiejauy
kind of Liver Complaint., from the worst jaundiceor
dyspepsia to a common headache, all ot which are
the result of a diseased liver.
Price 0110 Dollar per Bottle
HANFORD it CO. Proprietors,34s Broadway,New
Barnes & Park New York; T. W. Doytt & Sons,
Philadelphia; M.S, Burr iS-Co. Boston; H H. Hay
& Cos. Portland; John I>. Park, Cincinnati; (Jaylard
& Hammnd; Clevelaond, Pahnstock & Davis Chica
go; O.J. Wood & Cos. St,. Louis Geo.H. Keyser,
Pittsburg; S. S, Hance, Baltimore. And retailed by
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
J. S. PEMBERTON & CO.,
BROOKS & CHAPMAN,
DANFORTH f* NAOEL,
May2o—wiwiy and all Drugggists'.
Great Inducements to
1 offer tho following genuine bargains
liigjjl to those who wish buy i.and in Barbour
ic§i! cou l >’ A'*.
1, 1 will sell my home place, situated
miles ‘ i outh of tne town of Glayioo,
atS-< per acre. This place contains One Thousand
Acres, r 6uoare chared, 25n iresh.iies well, aud is one
of the nand?ome?t places in the country The grow
ing crop, which purchasers are invited to examine,
will speak tor the productiveness of the land The
woodland ts heavily umbered with oak and 1 ickory.
The imp ovemeiilsare ofthebes 1 character, emt.rac
inar a two story house, with eight rooms, well built
and in good repair The Leuiih ot the > !a> e is ex
cel ent, he\ond al doubi; and there is an abuu
dance of the best water fences in excellent order,
and’ he plantation improvemtuisaa good a? couid be
2 In immediate connection with this rlace, I will
sell a body of 500 acres, 3<'o acri s open, first rate
tem es aiu< other improvements pretty good.
Price pe- acre So and separate or in connection with
the home p ace as preler.-ed
3 Also 900 acres ot iauu three miles distant from
the other places, known as the mil tract. <>n this
p ace iher?are 300 acres land open, balance well
dmoered. H-alth and wate excellent and the land
strong and productive. Pi ice six dohars pei acre.
4. Al-o, several Desirable Bui ding Lots, in the
town of Clayton
EJ’iT’Come soon and buy bargains.
JOHN H. JtfILLER.
1 Clayton, Aia. Aug. 20, 1858—wtf.
PLANTATION AND MILLS
• FOR SALE
HAVING determined to remove West
AAifia! l offer for sale my Plantation and Mills in
county. The body cl
lands contains aboutl 300 acres, of which there is
a considerable portion open and in cultivation. _
The mills (Grist and Saw) are in good repair, al
most new, situated on the road leading from Co*
lumbus to Buena Vista, via Gienalta, on the Ochili
Creek, are advantageously. Person?
wishing to purchase this most desirable place, art,
requested to call and examine for themselves, as
sured that a great bargain may be had. During
my absence the premises will be shown to purcha
sers bv G. P. Gordy, who may be found on the
place. SAMUEL D. HARP.
ws. M. CHAMBERS, WM. M. ROBBINS. J.A ROBBINS.
I Chambers, Robbins & Robbins,
attorneys at law,
SUP AULA, ALABAMA.
j WILL practice in the counties of Barbour, Pike,
1 Henry, Coffee, Dale aod Kuaeil. fob I—wiy
Lands for Sale.
Andrew S. Garr and others, J State of Flori
vs. j da, Middle Cir-
Lowis Curtis Ac Nath’l Thurs- Leon Cos
ton, Trustee-’of the Apaiachi- | In Chancery,
cola Land Company and others J
PURSUANT to a Decree renderedi n this cadPe
tho subscriber will ?e 1 by auc'iou at the pla
ces and time? fe eiri sp- cifi* and, ail the lands ne
longing to said Comp my embraced m the’ Foibas
Purchase,” and lying m the counties ol Leon,
Wakulla, Gad.-de i and L ber y viz: the land?
lying in the first tw > named count es will beso ! d
at Ta laha&see, on the seventh (7th) day ot De
cember, and those lying in the last two, will tie
sold at Quiney, on ihe lourteeuth (14lh) day ol
These bold.?, comprising about a million oi
acre.?,extended fiorn the St. lYlmk? to th A;m-
Lchicola rivers -th y exi i l it ivty v.nity ol
timber i tdiuinous to that 1 .li uie mcludii.g, of
ot re, live dak, cypres?, ced.tr mid junip.-r; the
soil i.? adopted u> me growth of g’am, eottou
long and short stale, tob-.cco, ad sugircane.
Pita wateis abound in ii-h, and the I. re?t with
miterisls for ship htnldii g and naval stores.
lER VIS—O e third < I the purchase money io
he pid in cash, tl e balmcein one and two year?
m rq ial installments, w th eig it ior e it inie -
est In m - ! ate ol |urcha-o; ‘me i<>b*. ma'e by
tfo Receiver whe a all the purchase nimn v i
Tlie sale will be p >sitive and without reseive,
JOHN DEARD, Receiver. 6(c.
Tallahassa, Aug. 28, 1858. sop 2—w3m
Chattaboocbee River Lauds.
FOR SALE, AT A LOW PRICE.
THE subscriber offers ior sale 3200 acre?
ot land lying aod fronting two miles on
flLs the River in Henry county, Ala.. 15 mile?
below Fort Gaines, Geo. (to which place ihe
South Western Raii Road is now being ex tended)
and 5 miles above. Columbia, Alabama The
tract is susceptible of division into two very desi
rable settlements—lies very level, iswell watered
the location remarkably healthy, and ihe purcha
ser could have the corn, bidder and stock at a low
rate. Being deL rmined to sell, those desiring
bargain, will not be able to find one more dis
posed to give them one than lain. I shuli kee;
this advertisement standing until f sell. Come ano
look for yourselves, or for particulars address rm
at Columbia Term: easv to the purchaser.
July 20 1858—wtf.
Augusta Constitutionalist copy weekly till forbid
THE well kmown plantation, belong
ing to Die estate of the late Col. Wm.
Toney, deceased, will be sold by order ot
Court, at Fort Gaines, Clay Cos. Ga, on First
2'uesday in Nocem’>tr next.
Tins 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 lias tine improvements to-wit
a new two story dwelling hou?e, large and com
modious with seven rooms, all ceiled and painted,
with brick chimneys to six rooms, anew gin house
and new cotton screw, and hamed negro houses,
all new and complete. The house lot and riogr<
houses are well watered, and so i? every field on
the piantrtion. with a good garden and oichard?
ot app es, pears, peaches, &zc attachedi herr
i3 about 800 acres of corn and cotton land ii
cultivation, all nearly a dead level, whose produc
tive quality can be |udged from the fact well au
thenticated, that 30 hand? have actually clearei
$62 000 from lhs ) to 1857, from the sales of sis
crops ot corn and cotton made on the place, and
this too ©ver and above all plantation expense?
This Plantation lies on the Georgia side of thi
Chattahoochee, opposite to Col Archibald Mc-
Kays- and conlains about 1200 acres o! land more
or less, and will be sold on the usual favorabh
credits of land sales, all io be especially declared
on the dav ofsale
Sou'h-western Georgia is the cotton growing re
gion proper, and as tht se river plantations sell at
10 to sls per ace, 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 and accommodating terms
R G RICKS, ) ...
W. TONEY, $ Ad
July 16,1858 —wtds.
BEDELL & WEEMS,
HAVE removed to the corner formerly occu
pied by W. A. Redd, &. Cos , lately by Watt
and Sappington , whore they will keep constantly
on hand, a well selected stock of
consistmg in part of Bacon, Baggi ig and Rope
Sugar and Cofloe, Liquors, &c. A,l of which
they offer at t"e lowest market prices.
Aug. 30, f055. wtf.
NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS,
the under:ignf-d, i'.veoims of tho Iron
V f Screw Pres-, take pleasu ein ca.ling at
tention to tl i Pie3-’, tot w tich we have obtai ed
Let ers Pattern From xp ri<-nce we are satu-ln and
that this P.v 8? is i o: only capable of p-es-ing co
-to ;he u uil size, hui wiih a small addeioi al
cost ot Com e si >n at the Gin to a size suitable tor
shipment Ly e•.g< i gvesseis ‘fee*?! io for
coiripre?s:ng is from 70 to9o(em.?p r bale, whicn
indirectly comes out of the pan ter. Th ? Pres? i?
durable, as all ot its bearing and 6’raf ing nart.-
are of Iron.simple and euitab’e for negr manage
meat We are making arrangements to put uu
the Press ai all suitable points for inspecii m
For tur'her information,address us at Melina, Ala.,
or D. A Hobb e, Journal Office, Montgorneiy.
Ala.,or E. C. Cori ei, Columbus, Ga
W. F. <Xr C. J. PROVOST.
August 8, ’57-wtf.
J. B. & W. A. LOSS,
Wholes rle and Retail
DRY BOOBS & GROCERY
.11 aco , Georgia.
Also, Agents for Wheeler’s and Wilson's
Sewing Machines. ocill—wif.
1160 Acres Land for Sale.
CO SPARING in quality with the be-t lands in
Barboui County, Ala., embracing a large a
mount of the best kind of cotton lands. Said
Tract lies 11 miles west of Eulaula, Ala —a Cot
ton market on the Chattahoochee River, and
eoon to be connected with Savannah, Ga. bv S.
W. Railroad. A good framed dwelling, all out
buildings necessary tor a cotton farm, together
with 800 acres cleared and under a good fence are
Sold under will of Wm. Ott, deceased, for di
vision. A bargain is positively offered in ail, or
in two separate bodies- Apply to
E. S. OTT, Ex’r.
Fort Browder, Ala., Aug. 22. w3na*
PEYTON H. COLQUITT, (
JAMES W. WARREN. <
IViUSCOGKE RAIL ROAD.
Change of Schedule.
ON and after) he 15’l> July, 1858, the Evening A/il
Train leave Cofembu* at 3.**5 P. M.audar
! rive at Macon a 9IH A/.
Leave Mioou it 9.15 A H arriveat Columbus at
3.45 P >1
the Morning Mail fra'” will leave at 4 (U A. M.
[ and arrive ai Macon 95* A M.
Leave Macoii at 11.45 P. M. arriveat Columbus
5.:>5 A . Jl .
J. L. MTJSTI AN ,Supt.
■olumbuß i Ju’y 15-
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
MOHTGOMEKY AiND WEST POINT
KAIL iiOiU CO.tiPAiW,
MONTGOMERY, Nov. iy, 1857.
ON aud alter this date the PASscM.LR luthNS
mui mao w.. De , verueu uy tee .uuuvriiiK
Leave Montgomery B.3(>a. m
Arrivi at t\ esi Point 3.30 p. in.
Arriveat Columbus 2.0 u p. m.
Return ng—Leave West Point 9,30a.m.
Leave oiurabns 10.00 a m.
Arriveat Montgomery 4.10 p. m.
Leave Montgomery 5.20 p. to .
Arriveat Wesi Point 1~.5< a.ns.
“ Columbus l.ooa. in.
Returning—Leave West Point 7.30 p.m.
Leave Columbus 7.30 p. m
Arrive at Montgomery .....2.30 a.m.
Through tickets can be obtained (m Double Daily
)onneotions)to Atlanta Chattanooga aud Nasnv.lle,
tnd daily connections to Huntsville Memphis and
S. G. JONES fchig’r & Sup.
BETWEEN ATLANTA ACOLUMBUS.
By an arrangement between the Railroad Com
panies comp osing the two routes Irom Atlanta
,oCiumous, concluded at their Convention at *a
v iimali on the 16th iustant, it was agreed that tho
‘allowing rates between Atlanta aud Columbus
<-iall govern, taking effect ntn. the first day of
VIA WEST POINT.
Corn per bushel, lie. Wheat 12. Oats 8. Bacon
Vauty Flour in sacks or barrels, per IOOIbs. 35c
lagging, Rope Lard in cans or boia., per 100 lbs
15c Coal, Pig iron, by car load, per ton of 2000
Corn pev busel 14c. Wheat 15c. Oats (Oc. Bacon,
•Vinsky, Flour in Backs or Ilbls., per 100 lbs, 44c.
Gagging,Rope Lard, in cans or bbla.. per 100 lbs.
>sc Coal, Pig iron, by car load, per ton ol 2000
Fresideut and Superintendent Muscogee R. R
GEO. W. ADAMS,
Superintendent Southwestern Railroad.
Superintendent Macon and Webern Railroad.
GEO. G. LULL,
Superintendent Atlanta andLaGrange R.R.
SAMUEL G. JONI B,
Engineer and Superintendent M.&.W. P. Railroau.
May 30,1837 —w&twtl.
MOBILE AHD GIRARD R. R.
i ‘Hii .'asseuger at freight Train will leave Girard
a. at 2 i', At daily connecting at riiivei Run with
j. daily line ot Stager to Villula, Gleuuville.Eufaula,
or t Gaines, and Mar.auna,Fia. And at Gueryton
laily, with tlie s’tagea tor Ucliee Olivet, Enon, Chun
lenuggee, Midway, Hardaway, Pero and Union
L t'Ying Gueryton at 4 A. M., daily, the Cars will
•eac Girard at 7 A M., connecting with tht upe
ika ana Muscogee Trains.
Receipts must accompany Freight
dr All freight mustbepaid before goodswillbe
freight delivered at the Depot before 4 o’clock
P.M. win be shinped the following day.
Fi eights for stations No. I (Fort Mitchell,) and
N0.5 (t-o.sons’) must be prepaid.-
vVay reight must in ail cases be paid in advanck
i UHN tIOV\ARD
mar2s 1857-w&twtf. Engined &. Sun.
CHAGE OF BCllfcfc>l/LE.
SAVAMAH & CHARLES iOJN
STBIII PICK BT LIJi E.
RUNNING IN CONNECTION WIJ'H THE
ftforth £Astern K. R. of South oa.
_ I’H I- SPLENDID AND FAST RDN
&TEA utin GORDON, F.
*^^jyj^M*liaruei, t cri n m uti, ntiu Savan
i n i tor i Charleston every Sunday and
Wadnesuuy ijternoont at 3 o’ciock. ai.u connects at
;harlesti.n with the no mil g Hanoi the North
Eastern tt ilroad, going North. R< turninv leaves
Charleston every Jiunday and Friday night at 8
i’ciocK , (alter the arrival to the carson ilit N. li. tt.
R.) and arrives at Savannah ea.ly next mornings.
by this route pas engeis can obiam through ticb
eta so and nom savannah,Ga and v\ ilunngt< n. N C.
Having a tnrougn freight arra .gement wiih the
entral rt Road and its connections, all freights b-.-
f .ween Charleston and the Interior of Georgia, con
signed to ihe agents of this line, w II be forwarded
■vitb despatch and free of charge.
J. P. BROOKS, Agent Savannah.
E. GAI ITTR & GO, Ag’ts.Charleston
Jan 15—w&iw 11
Vy E Lave now onhand and willbe constantly re-
TT ceiving, Prime Tennessee Bacon—Hams, Side
tnd Phouiders, which we will sell attbelowesi Corns
mission House prices.
Mania—v&iwit K. BARNARD & CO.
A Valuable Residence and
Planaa ion for sale
S tua ed 4 miles east ot Columbus .
thmkuuivii as the Widow’s Dower in the
iginal Llltrdie lam, or the the I*2i|
residence oi Hte late General * r.arles
Philips,(>i Harris c Minty, Ga., comprising 5J acres
of as good farming lan Is as inert now arc in ta.d co.,
oi ace well timberel woodland, the open land is
have laid out mogiiy tor 10 nr 15jetrsd on e i remis
es is a splendid, ; ar c,convenient and commodious
Brick D treiling H iuse, the sro ke h .use and kitchen
areboth ot brick, the outbuiU ings are somewhat
dilapidated. The location is healiny, water good an
an excellent nei/hborho* ei, co tiguousto churches,
schools, ftc., lour miles irom the Muse gee Railroad
tip in ever* respec one oi the raos. desirable farms
and residences in Western Georgia. Terras will be
liberal and time accommodating.
Apply to Mej Henry Moffett, or P. J. Pallipj,a
October 9, Hiß—w2m
p. s.—tt will be sold private y, If de ired, and ti
de. made indi putabie.
I vv (> m nUis aitetdate application will be mnde
I. to the howorabie Zjourt of Ordinary ofCbattihoo
c. ee county inr leave to sell the lauds beloi gi .g to
the es'ate olKJreen B.ently. deceased.
wpt!3—W2m HYMAN ALBRITTON.'adm’r.