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R. ELLIS & Cos., Proprietors, VOLUME VI. Tilt COLUMBUj daily times Is published every morning (Sundays excepted.) at Six Dollars per auuum, in advance. Sev en Dollars it not paid before the expiration of the year. THE COLUMBUS WEEKLY TIMES Is published every TUESDAY MORN ING, at i’wo Dollars per annum,stric ly in advance. Offi.ce on Randolph, Street, opposite the Post Office, ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements of five lines or less in either the Daily or Weekly Times, will lie inserted at 50 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. Advertisements exceeding five lines will be charged 10 cents for the first, and five cents per line tor each subsequent insertion. Displayed advertisements will be charged for the space thev occupy. The following are the contracting rates change aole at pleasure: WEEKLY RATES. xt ,i a i w \ w o> i o [ rs No. of | 33 S 33 a Q o 0,00 **, a o a a a * ! • B 3- B \ 3- \ 3- CD CC 00 w U) 1.. ” 1 250 400 I 550 10 00j 15 00 20 00 2.. i 5 oo; 800 : noo 20 Off 25 00 30 00 3.. 7 5 fill 00 14 50 25 OOj 35 00 40 00 4.. . I 10 oo; 5 00 , 19 00 30 OOj 40 00 50 (K) 5.. 12 00,17 00 j 20 00 40 OOj 50 00 60 00 6.. .. 15 OOj2o 00 : 2500 50 001 60 00 70 00 7.. .. 17 00 25 00 j3O 00; 60 OOj 70 00 80 00 8.. 20 00:3 00 i4O OOj 70 00’ 80 00; 90 00 10. ... 25 00 40 00 50 00; 80 00j 90 00:100 00 DAILY RATES. i •—* it> • w o o .53 No.ot 31313 33 j 3 OOio O o j o sqrs. S 33 S 33 1 j—p |**t* • 2* 2* p* • p oo ob op m L... 500 700.9 00 13 00 17 Oo|"i 00 2.. .. 9 0 I 12 00 14 00 18 00 25 00 30 00 3.. 12 00 15 00 18 00 25 00 33 00 40 00 4.. 15 00 19 0 22 00 30 0 0 40 Oj 50 00 5.. .. 18 00 25 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 60 00 6.. 20 00 28 00 35 00 50 00 60 00 70 00 7.. 25 OOj 33 Of) 41 00 60 00 70 00i 80 00 8 j 30 00 08 00 46 OOj 70 00 80 00 90 00 10 j 4) OOi 50 QO 60 o<>; 80 00 90 00100 00 Sales of Land and Negroes, by Adminisira tora, Lxeciuors and Guardians, are required by law to be held on the first Tuesday in the month between the hours of ten in forenoon and three in the afternoon, at the Court House in'he county in which the property is situate. Notices of these sales mu 4 be given in a public gazette forty days orevious to the day of sale. Notice for the sale of Personal property must he given at least ten days previous to the day of sale. Notice to Debtors and Creditors of an Estate must be uublished forty days. Notice that application will be made to the Court of Or iinary for leave to sell Lana or Ne groes, IIIUSIUO -wl.lj f—• v .v.r.ntllc Citations for Letters of Administration must be published thirty days—for Dismission from Ad ministration,moiuniy six months—for Dismission from Guardianship, forty days. Rules for Foreclosure of Mortgage must be published monthly for four months—for estab fishing lost papers for :he lull three months—for compelling titles from Executors or Administrators, where a bond has been givm by the deceased, the full space of three months. Publications will always be continued ac cording to these, the legal requirements, unless otherwise ordered. TIMES H©©:K M® cO©® PRINTING- OFFICE, Randolph Street, Co'umbas, Georgia. Ii AVINGin successful operation one of HOE ; tl &CO’S CYLINDER PRESSES RUNNING BY STEAM, We are prepared to execute, at short notice, every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, in unsurpassed style, as cheaply as can he 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 PL/UN AND FANCY PAPER, CARDS, &C. Our facilities for turning off this kind of work, wi'h promptness and despatch, will make it great ly to the interest of persons in want of POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, DEEDS, BONDS, DECLARATIONS, BANK CHECKS, BILLS OF LADING, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, DRAY RECEIPTS, BLANK NOTES, CATALOGUES, LABELS, WAYBILLS, Blanks of every description, &c. &c. Also RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT Blanks. Give 11s a call. This Department of our office is under the su perintendence of Mr- D. S. Portkr, whose long experience and acknowledged reputation as a Job Printer,are a sufficient guarantee that all work entrusted to his care will be executed withet p rgy and faithfulness. We have now in connection with ttie ottice a complete and having reoernlv secured t he services of M r.E. M. Clark (lateof Philadelphia,) in this branch of our business, we pledge ourselves to give the most perfect satisfaction in the manufacture of Ledgers. Account Books, Dockets, Court Records. Steamboat and Rail Road Blank B.okd, &c, We intend not to he outdone in the style and finish of < ur work, in either department, by anv establishment South, and that we maybe able to make our prices satisfactory, we have adopted the CASH SYSTEM. _ T _ a „ __ Sept. Ist, 1658. R. ELLIS & CO. tMtwitfs iif iiiwEi, HOWARD & WEEMS. ATTORNEYSATL AW, CRAWFORD, ALA. ROBERT N. HOWARD. WALTER 11* WREM3 Crawford, Ala.,June8 —wtwtL JAMES A. CLEiNLiIiXEiN, attorney at law, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, ABBEVILLE, County, Ala. July 20, 1858.—wlv. GRICE & WALLACE, ATOBWa ill? BUTLER, GEORGIA. WILL give prompt attention to all business en trusted to them. W. L. GRIUE. WM.B. WALLACE. December 16—wtf tTjTgunl^ attorney at law, HAMILTON , GA. WILL attend promptly to all busineess entrusted to him. January 26, 1858—wly. R. A. TURNIPSEED, ATTORNEY AT LAW, C V T HB ER TANARUS, Randolph County, Ga. HAVING removed from Cusseta, loCulhbert, Randolph county, will give prompt atten tion to all business entrusted to his care. ap27—wtf. OTDlfflM W. ATTORNEY AT LAW, PRESTON, Webster County, Ga. WILL practice in the counties of Clay, Chat tahoochee, Webster, Early, Randolph, Stewart and Sumter. Particnlar attention giv en to collecting and remitting. January 27, 1857—wtf. W. S, JOHNSON, attorney at law. CUSSETA, Chattahoochee County, Ga. G>ves hisentire attention to the practice in Chat ttahoocheeand adjoining counties, an 26—wtw ly* WILLIAM TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cuthhert, Randolph County, Georgia. yuTLL practice in the counties of Randolph, ’’ Calhoun, Terrell, Early, Clay, Baker, Dougherty, Miller and Stewart. REFERS TO Wellborn, Johnson & Sloan, Attorneys at Law, Columbus, Georgia. Ail business intrusted to his care will receive immediate attention. June 6, 1858—wtw tf “IIAtUUJN BiIHUUEi ATTORNEY AT LAW, TALBOTTON, Talbot County, Ga. | Ictober 24th. 1856. wtwtf. BAUGH & SLADE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. WILL practice law in Muscogee and the adjoin ing counties of Georgia and Alabama, or Office over Bank of Columbus, Broad St. ROBKRT BAUOH i. SLADK. Columbus,Ga. March 27 1P57. wtwtf ~ MUSKS & LAWKS, ATTORNEY’S AT LAW, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. next door to the Post Office.^} R. J. MOSES, WILLIAM A LAWES. Sept. 21st—tt. A GREAT BAUGAIiV THE Subscribers, having now purchased the entire pro perty of the Coweta Falls Manu facturing Company, offer the same for sale. It is oce of the best situations tor Milling and Manu facturing purposes in the whole country, and will be sold on long credits, and the most liberal terms. Titles of Warrantee will lie made. SEABORN JONES, PAUL J. SEM VIES, JOHN L. MUSTIAN, June 10. —wtwtf JAMES W. WARREN W. F. LEE, D. D. S. DENTAL SURGEON, OFFICE correr of Broad and Randolph Streets, Columbus, Georgia. Dec. 17, 1856—w&twtf J - f ogle & SON, DENTISTS, Office on Randolph Street, near Broad, Colum bus, Ga. _ Columbus, May 9,1857. wtwtf Landreth’s New Crop Garden Seed, Just Received at J. W. PEASE’S BOOK STORE. ian2B—wtwtf. LANDRETH’S NEW CROP OF GaicDEN SEED just received and for sale by BROOKS CHAPMAN. Also, ONION SETS of various kinds, deo 10—wtwtf tw THE UNION OF THE STATES, AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES. CJLUMBUS, GEORGIA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1858 ALABAMA WAREHOUSE. COLUMBUS, GA, A LLEN & CAMAK having ourehasod the -Ca- interest of B. A. Sorsby in the above well knewn FIREPR° O F BRICK WAREHOUSE would be glad to see their old friends and pairons at their new place of business, where they have formed aco partnership with J. W. King, under the name and style of KING, ALLEN & CAM ATT, &^'li e Al r , anPacti " n °fa general STORAGE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS Special attention paid to the Sale of Cotton and Produce, and the Receiving and Forwarding Marchendise consigned to our care. Liberal Advances made on Cotton in Store or for shipment to our friends in Savannah, Chtrles ton, New York or el-ewhere. Bagging and Rope furnished our customers at market prices. We solicit a share of public patronage, and pledge ourselves, by close attention to business to merit it J. W. KING. A M. ALLEN, THOS.CAMAK. THE undersigned, in retiring from the Ware house business, takes great pleasure in re commending to his friends a continuance of their favor and patronage to the new firm. (Signed) B. A. SORSBY. Columbus, July 6.1858-d6m. ACARD. _ i HAVING withdrawn from the firm of HUGHES DANIEL & CO., 1 cheerfully recommend them to all our former patrons, and the public generally. JOHN R. EASTHAM. THE Subscribers will continue under the same name and style—a general STORAGE & COMMISSION BUSINESS AT THE FONTAINE & LOWELL FI£E-PROOF WAREHOUSE! Thankful 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 onr customers HUGHES, DANIEL & CO.. Wm. 11. Hughes, Wm. Daniel, Wesley C. Hodges. Aug, 5, tf. GREENWOOD & GRAY. wares-house: and COMMISSION MERCHANTS. COLUMBUS, GA THE undersigned have formed a Co-partnerehip under the above firm for the transaction of a general Ware-House and Commission Business in this city. From ihe long experience of Mr. Greenwood, (in the late firm of Greenwood £$ Cos.) and Mr. Gray (in the late firm of Stewart, Gray Sr C 0.,) they flatter themselves they will be able, by giving their undivided and personal attention to all busi- HC3£J cniiuftod to thelrcai-e. to give general satis taction, They will be regularly supplied with the latest foreign and domestic intelligence, which will always be at the senvee of their patrons The usual CASH ADVANCES will be made, and Bagging, Rope and othor goods furnished when detirea. E.S. GREENWOOD, W C GRAY. Columbus, July 13, 1858—wtw3m. THE subscriber is now manufacturing the real Irish Poteen Whiskv, at hispface one and a half miles from Columbus, which he warrants to be pure and genuine, and equal to the best Poteen Whisky macAifactured 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’s Drug Store, at Brassill & Co’s by the drink or ® herwise, andby the gallon at the distillery. ~ rnarfi--—wtwtf A. BRANNAN FOR -'ALE. THE Subscriber nas on hand a few STILLF for uianun luring Peach Brandy or Whig which he wit"’ rerylow. ALSO, Tin, Sheet Iron and Japan Ware, every description, w icl can be bought at the [owes rates oneon sb and uottc and liber&lterms. J. B. HICKS,Agent, iulylß v i?t Next taor below “Bans Souci” Rroarf -.treet. ffiPPIl k NEWS PIPER, OF ALLSIZES ANDQUALITIES, FOR S.t LB AT Rock Island Paper Mill Office, IN FRONT OF PALACE MILLS. TERMS CASH. iunelfiwtwtf mmj DOCT. THORNE, by Antony Poor Fellow, by the author of Which the Right or the Left. “ Man upon the Sea; comprising a detailed ac count of Remarkable Voyages, Ancient as well Modem, by Frank B Goodrich. Titcomb’s Letter to Yeung People, Single and Married, by Timothy Titmouse, Esq. The Art of Beauty, or Science of a Lady’s Toi let, by 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 bad habits. Also, anew supply of other books. Mary Derwent, by Mrs Ann S Stephens- Debit and Credit, a Novel. Lord Vlontague’s Page, by James. A Womans Thought about Women. Sewel. Guy Livingstone. Lena Rivers. Quitts; a Novel. Just received and for sale by septß—dwtf J. W. PEASE &- CLARK. WHO WANTS AN OVERSEER. WANTED a situation asoverseer, 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 VV RUSHIN. Sept 25 w4t GlenaJ ta, M ariotn, J • THE LIVER INVIGORATOR, PREPARED BY \) W. SANDFORD, COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS. IS one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicine now be ore the public, that a Cathartic, easier, milder, and more effectual than any other medicine known. It is not ouly a cathartic, but a Liver Remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject its morbid matter then on the Stomach, and Rowels t curry ofi the matter, thus accomplishing two purposes elfec’ually. without any of the painful ee lings experienced in theoperatlou of most Chathar tics. It strengthens the system at the same time that it purges it; and when taken daily In moderate do ses, will strengthen and build up with unusual rapidity. The Liver is one of the principal regula tors oi the human bo-I'. S dy; and when it per forms its functionswel). the powers of the sys tem are fully develop )r ( ed. Thestomachis ui most enitreiy depend-lj-^/ei. 1 on the healthy ac lion of the Liver lorth* )£_A pr per peformance o its functions, when thi stomach Is at fault the oowelsareat fault,am he whole system stiff ersin consequence o’ I one organ—the Liv er—having ceased tc I'ul doits duty. For the disease of that organ ( 1 -LJ f me of the proprietors has made it his study. ,U >in apractice of more than twenty years, t< Jtj'flnd some remedy wherewith t© counter ..Jictthe many derange ments to which it if 1 Tjl iable. To prove that this re-1 medyisat last found, any person troubles |Wj with Liver Com plaint,in any of its forms, has but to try a Dottle, aud convictioi 3 .s certaiD. These gums remove \[jjl all morbid or bad mat ter fioni the system j J supplying a healthy flow’ of bile. i vigoratiug the sto mach, causing food tot”’ ligest well, purify ing tlx© tolooil. f giving tone aud health to the whole macbint-f'jC ry, removing the cause or the disease ting a radical cure. Bilious attacks are cured, and, what is better, lyi prevented, by tue oc asional use ot tht }fT]j Giver Invigora tor. One dosealter eating frn is sufficient-to relieve the stomach and pre vent the lood from rising andsniring j ( Only one~dose taken Hi b efore retiring, pre vents Nightmare Jl_ jI Only one dose takei J2jat night, loosens tho bowels gently, and j cures Costiveu s. taken afiei I each meal will cure Dyspepsia. ( y) l-jr'Onedose oftw< |,jj tea-spoonsful will al ways r-lieve Sick. | j Headache. (, uo dose taken loi ;einale oosuuclion ro movethe cause of ltsease, and makes a per ect cure. only onedose imm( vj liately relieves cholic, whiie S^tH! One dose often repeated is a sure cure for fholera Morbus,#, (and a preventative of Cholera. one bottle jr its needed to thiovout of the system theeffects j il) of medicine aftera long sickness. (tj) bottle tak-(on for Jaixudic© re movesatl sallowness or mnatural color from the skin. tt-G One dose taken a)nn|short time before eat ing gives vigor to the ), : appetite and makes food digest well. One dose often repeatedcures C hronic Diar rhoea, in its worst forms, while SO M JM E R. aud Bowel complaints yield almost to the first dose One or two doses cures attacks caused bjW orms in Children; there is no surer, safer, or speedier remedy in the world, as It never fails. a few bottles cures Dropsy, by exciting the absorbants. We take pleasure in recommending this medi cine as a preventive for Fever and A sue, • lltlls, -VBF, and nil ol h Bl.iun. Type, It'iperates with certainty, and thousanus are wilting to testify to its wonderlm virtues. All who use it are giving their uuaui.nous testimo ny in its favor. Mix waier in the mouth with the lnvigoratoi and swallow both tot ether. THE LIVER INVIGOR ATOR, Isa scientific vlo lioil Discovery, and is daily wor king cures almost too great for beuei. it cures asn by magic, even the first dose giving benefit, ami seldom more than one bottle tsVequired to cure.any kndof Liveri'omplaint, from tbe worst jaundice *r dispepsia to a co union headache, all ot which are ihe result oi a ciise-ised liver. Price Ono Dollar per Bottle sANFUKU &OU. Proprietors,34s Broadway,New York WHOLX3ALIC AGENTS. Barnes & Park New York; T. VV. Doytt & Sons, P iladelphia; M. S, Burr A- 00. Boston; H H. Hay * Cos. Portland; John I. Park, Cincinnati: Day lard &. Hammnd; Clevelaond, Pabn&toct & Davis Chica go; 0.4. Wood & Cos. St. Louis Geo.H. Keyser, Pittsburg: SS, Hauce. Baltimore. And retailed by ah Druggists. Sold Wholesale and Retail by J. S.PEMBERTOiN & CO., BROOKS & CHAPVIAN, DANFORTH 6{ NAdEL, May2A --vtwly and al! Drugggipts. Great Inducements to LAND BUYEI2S! a 1 offer the following genuine bargains to those who wish buy uand in Barbour cou. ty, Aia, 1, twill sell my home place, situated miles South of tne town of Clayton, at s■) per acre. This place contains One Thousand Acres,-6JO are cleared, -25 ti fresh, lies w ell, and is one of the handsomest places in the country The grow ing crop, which purchasers are invited to examine, will speak for the productiveness of the land. The woodland is heavily timbered with oak audhickory. The imp ovemer.tsare oi the best character, euutrac ine a two story house, with eight rooms, well built and in good repair The health of the place is ex cel ent, beyond al ! doubt; and there is au abun dance of the best water Fences in excellent order, and the plantation improvements as good as could be desired. . , , . , T 2 In immediate connection with this place, I will sell a body of 500 acres, 3no acres open, first rate fences and the other improvements pretty good. Price $6 pe- acre Sold separate or in connection with the home place as preferred. 3. Also 900 acres of iauu three miles distant from the other places, known as the mi l tract. On this piace there are 300 acres land open, balance well timoered. Health and wate- excellent and the laud strong and productive. Price six dollars per acre. 4. Also, several Desirable Building Lots, in the town of Clayton flT’Come soon and buy bargains. “ JOHN H. A/ILLER. Clayton, Ala. Aug. 20, 1858—wtf. PLANTATION AND MILLS FOR SALE. HAVING determined to remove West offer for sale my Plantation and Mills in Chattahoochee county. The body ot lands contains about 1 300 acres, of which there is a considerable portion open and in cultivation. The mills (Grist and Saw ) are in good repair, al most new, situated on the road leading from Co lumbus to Buena Vista, via Glenalta, on the Ochih Creek, are operating advantageously. Persons wishing to purchase thismost 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 berhow-D to purcha sers hv G P. Gordy, who may be found on the plHce SAMUEL D. HARP. Julyl*2—wtf WM. M. CHAMBERS. WM M. ROBBINS. J. A ROBBINS. Chambers, Robbins & Robbins, attorneys at law, ETJFAULA, ALABAMA. WILL Dracticein the counties of Barbour, Pike, Henry, Go 8, aad Russell, feb I—wjy Lands for Ssle. Andrew S. G irr and others, ‘j State of Flori vs | da, Mi idle t-ir- Lewis Curtis N. Naih l Thurs- Lon o ton, Trua’ce-of thd Apaiachi- i In chancery cola Lind C< mpai y and others J PUKSU NNTtoa Decree renderedi n this cause the s b cnber will se 1 by auc ion at the pla ces and nme- l e ein specified, all ihe lands ne longing to said Comp iny embraced m tbe‘ F >ib-d Purchase,” and lymg in ‘he counties ol Lean, Wakulla, Gad.-ce i and L ber'y viz: the lands yu’g in ihe first iw > named couni es will beso'd at'la lahassee, on ihe seventh (7,h) day ol De cember, and those lying in the last two, will be sold at Quincy, on ihe fourteenth (14th) day of December next. Tnese lands, comprising about a million oh acres,extended fiom the St. Marks to th- Apa lachicola rivers—th. y exhibit rv< j ry variety ol timber iridiginous to that 1 .tituJe * including, of cour-e, live oak,cypress, cedar and jumper; the soil is adapted to me growth of g-ain, cotton long and short sta.'le, tobacco, ad sugarcane. The waters abound in fi-h, and the forest with materials for ship building and naval 9lores. TER VIS—Ch e third ot the purchase money io ho paid in cash, the balance in one and two years in equal installments, with eight peri out inter est fr< m date of purchase ; title - to be made by the Receiver when ail the purchase nmnty is paid. The sale will be positive and without reserve. JOHN BEARD, Receiver, ftje. Tallahassa, Aug. 28, 1858. sep 2—w3m VALUABLE Chattahoochee River Lauds. FOR SALE, AT A LOW PRICE. subscriber offers for sale 3200 acres of land lying and fronting two miles on ZfiiS the River in Henry county, Ala.. 15 miles below’ Fort Gaines, Geo. (to which place the South Western Rail 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 the purcha sercouid have ihe corn, fodder*md stock at a low rate. Being deUnnined to sell, those desiring n bargain, will not be able to find one more dis posed to give them one than l am. I shall keej this advertisement standing until I sell. Come am look for yourselves,or for particulars address rm at Columbia Term easv to the purchaser angus Mcallister July 20 1858—wtl. Augusta Constitutionalist copy weekly till forbid ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE, THE weltkmown plantation, belong inn to the estate of the late 01 Win. iTney. deceased, will be sold by order of Court, at Fort Game?*, Clay Cos. Ga, on Fir si Tuesday in Novem tr next. Tins Plantation >io on tue Chattahoochee Riv er, five miles above Fort Gaines, the western tei mtnusoltheS- W. Rail Road, and on ihe road from the latter piace to Eufaula, on which a dai ly stage passes; it has 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 tunned negro houses all new and complete. The home lot and r egr houses are well watered, and so is every field or the plamrtioo, with a garden and oichai<l, ol app es, pears, peaches. Arc attached. — I her* i3 about 800 acres of corn and co'ton land n cultivation, all nearly a dead level, whose produc tive q iality can b j judged from the fact wed nu theniicateu, tliai 30 hands have actually clear** §62 000 fiom 1-5 > to 1857, from ine sales ol six cnpso t cm and cotton made on the place, am this too over and above all plantation exuenser This Plantation lies on the Georgia side ol th Chattahoochee, opposi e to Col A<chibald Me Kays’ and conia’n-! ab ml 1200 acres o’ land me* or less and will b sold on the usual fav >rab! credits of land sales, all io be especially declarec on the day ofsale Sou’h-western Georgia is the cotton growing re gion proper, and asth se river plantations sell at 10 io sls uer ac e, an opportunity will now b< offered t<> the public to buy a large open plantatio* in a high statb of eubivation at a very mod ran price, and on easy aid :<eco'nm*jdattng letni- R G RICKS, \ AHm . W.TOMiV, JAdmrs. July 16, 1858—w;ds. BEDELL & WEEMS^ HAVE removed to the corner formerly occu pied by W. A. Redd, &Go , lately by Wat and Sappington , where they will keep constantly on hand, a well selected stock of GROCERIES, consistmg in part of Bacon, Bagging and Rope Sugar and Coflee, Liquors, &c. All of which they offer at the lowest market prices. Aug. 30,1855. wtf. NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS, WE, the undersigned, invemots of the Iron Screw Pres-, take piearu e in calling at tention to thi-i Press for wnich we have ohtaii ed Letters Pattern. From exp -Hence we are satiriied that this Pn-ss is not only capable ol pressing co - to the u ual size, but with a small additional cost ol comi e sion at the Gin to a size suitable tor shipment l y -ea goi g vessels. The cost now for compre-s ng is from <0 to9o centsp-r bale, whicn mdirecily comes out of the planter. Th s Press is durable, as ail of its bearing and shaking parts are of Iron.simple and suitab e lor rog-’ manage ment. We ate making arrangements to put up the Press at all suitable points for inspecti >n For further information,address us at Selma, Ala., or D. A Hobb e, Journal Office, Montgomery, Ala-,or E. C. Corbett, Columbus, Ga W. F. C. J. PROVOST. August 8, ’57-wtf. J. B. & W. A. ROSS, Wholesale and Retail DRY GOOD? & GROCERY MERCHANTS. 31 a con, Georgia. Also, Agents for Wheeler’s and Wilson’s Sewing Machines octll—wtf. 1160 Acres Land for Sale. COMPARING 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 Eutaula, Ala —a Cot ton market on the Chattahoochee River, and soon to be connected with Savanuah, Ga. bv S. W. Railroad. A good framed dwelling, all out buildings necessary for a cotton farm, together with 800 acres cleared and under a good fence are embraced. Sold under will of Wm. Ott, deceased, for di vision. A bargain is positively offered in all, or m two sepirite bodies. Apply to E. S. OTT, Ex’r Fort Browder, Ala., Aug. 22. w3m* PEYTON H. COIOTTITT, 1 wi(nT . JAMES W. WARBEN. < tfll ° VHJSCOGI.E RAII HOAD. Change of Schedule ON amt aiirtihe"lsih July. IMS, the Kv.litlig W.U Tratu w . levi* Columbu* at 3.A P< M.andar i rive at Maeot a DU- t -At. , . . | i.eavo it tUS AM. arriveatoolumbns at I 3.45 PM , M 1 fhe Morning Mall Train will leave at 4.1*0 A. m. I andnrrive ai Macoi 9.5<i A. M. i Leave Macon at 11.45 P. M. arriveat Coluinbua 5.55 J. L. MUSTIAN ,Bupt. Columbus,! Ju’y 15 —tw&wt CHANGE OK SCHEDULE. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. JSSMAaM MONTGOMERY AiN'D WEST POINT KAIL KOAD COMPANY, MONTGOMERY. Nov. la. 1857. ON aud after this date the P ASSdNGER TRAINS ou nit roau w. be governed oy tue .oiiowing SCHEDULE: DAY TRAIN. Leave Montgomery b.3Ca. m. Arrivtat West Point 3.30 p. m. Arriveat Columbus 2.6< p. m. Returning—Leave West Point 0.30 a. m. Leave olumbus 10.00 a m. Arriveat Montgomery 4.00 p. m. NIGHT TRAIN. Leave Montgomery.. 5.20 p. m. Arriveat West Point 12.5ta.m. “ Columbus 1.00a.m. Returning—Leave West Point 7.30 p.m. LeaveOolumbus 7.30 p.t Arrive at vloutgomery 2.30 n. m Through tickets can be obtained (io Double Daily Connections) to Atlanta Chattanooga and Nasnv.lle, md daily connections to Huntsville Memphis aod Knoxville. S. G. JONES Eng’r fc Bnp. FREIGHT ARRANGEMENT HUT WEEN ATLANTA* COLUMBUS. n an arrangement between the Railroad Coin t) panics composing the two routes from Atlanta tUolumous,concluded at tbeii Convention at Aa /lunah on the I6tb lustant, u was agreed that the allowing rates between Atlanta aud Columbus -tali govern, taking tfleet iron the first day of i/ay 1857. VIA WEST POINT. Coru per bushel, lie. Wheat 12. Oats 8. Bacon VatsKy Flour in sacks or barrels, per 100 lbs. 35c lagging, Rope Lard in cans or bbls., per lull lbs 15c Coal, Pig Iron, by car load, per ton of 2000 us. $3. 1 5* VIA MACON. Com per busel 14c. Wheat 15c. Oats 10c. Bacon, Vhisay, Flour in Sacks or Bbls., per 100 lbs, 44c. tagging,Rope Lard, in cans or bbls.. per iUOlbs. >ss Coal, Pig iron, by car load, per Aon ol 2000 loa. $4.08, J. MUBTIAN, President and Superintendent Muscogee R. R GEO. W. ADAMS, Superintendent Southwestern Railroad. Evi EH SUN FOOTE, Superintendent Macon and Western Railroad. GEO. G LULL, Superintendent Atlanta and l.aGrange R.K. I BAMULL Q. uginoer and Superintendent M.atW.P. Railro&u. May 30, 1837 —wauwtt. MOBILE AND GIRARD R. R. lie. asscugei At t roigiit Train wil. leave uirard lat i f, a tally connecting at siivei Run with iauydiie *1 -uage.- u V ilium, oieiiiivilU Eulaula, or*. ..allies, aud Mar anna,i* ia. and at Guuryti u ally, w. tn tue stages Lor Uonefe Olivet, Euon, umu ici.uggee, Midway, Hardaway, Peru and luion prin e. Li i vtng Guerytonat 4 A. M., daily, the Cars will sac Cward at 7 A M.. connecting with tin ope ikaano Muscogee Trams ,#■*Duplicate Receipts must accompany Freight wppeu i.gT Ail freight must be paid before goods will be isobar. eu. eight le ivered at the Depot before 4 o’clock ’. M. * ii. be sbinped tne lollowing dav. Fieights lor stations No. t tr'ori Mitchell,) aud fu.s (r D i sons’) must be prenaid. ■Vay reigut must in an cases oe paid in advanck JOHN HOWARD, -nar2s 1857-w&twtl. Engine*, i St aud. CIIAGE OF SCHEDULE. SAVANNAH & CHARLES lON STEAM PICK ET LIN E. RUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE North Eastern R. R. of South Ga. _ THF BPLENDID AND FAST RUN sTEA.xEn GORDON, F. barueii, ion, im\o Savan m i for < diarieston every Sunday and IVeanesuay ijurnuuitt at 3 o’clock and connects at Charleston wiih the ni< rniLg tian ni the North Eastern tt.ilroad, going North. K< turning leaves Charleston every Monday and Friday night at H o’clock, (alter the arrival oi the carton the N. E. K. R.) and arrives at Savannah next mornings* By this route pas-engers can obtain througbtlck ets to and from savannah,Ga and Wiimingti n. N C. Having a througn freight arra .aeaienl wiih the Central ti. Road and its connections, all freights be* tween Charleston and the Interior of Georgia, con signed to the agents of this line, will be forwarded ■vith despatch and free of charge. J. P. BROOKS, Agent Savannah. E. LAFITTE &. GO, Ag’ts Charleston Jan 15—w&.iwi i Bacon! Bacon! VlfE Lave now onhand and willbe constantly re* ceiving, Prime Tennessee Bacon—Hants, Side and Shoulders, which we will sell at thelo west Corns mission House prices. Marii)—w&twtf E. BARNARD & CO. A Valuable Residence and Plan aat ion for sale S tuaied-4 miles east of Columbus .. as the Widow V Dower in the • iginal I-.lWMie lam, or the ibe 3= o = residence oMhe late General i -r.arles ■ ■ 1 Philips,oi Harris county, Ga , comprisiiu. 52-> acres of as good farming lan la as tnere now are in raid co., •275 ace well tim terei woodland, the opeu land is have laid out mostly lor 10 or Isietrs.<'in etremis es is h splendid,’ar convenient and comnodions Brick D veiling II .ure. the sm ke h -use and kiicben are both ot brick, the outbuildings are somewhat dilapidated. The location is healtny, waUr good an anexcellent nei rhborho > t, co tiiruousto churches, seboo s, *c., tour miles from tbe Mure gee Rauroad • t'sinever- rest tc one oi the mo. d.-irable larms aud residences iu Western Georgia. Terras will be libera-* aud time a-coromorlatii.g. Apply to Hrj Henry Moffett, or P. J. Paflipi,a Col umbos Ga October 9, H'.fl— w2m p rt.—lt will ne sold private y, if de-ired, and ti tles made indi putable. invom nths atterdate application will be mde tothe honorable Court of >rdtar\ oi Chattaho*. chee county or leave to sel the la : ds belongii gto ibe estate *i Green B>*titly. deceased septt3— w-2m HYMAN ALBRITTON.'adm’r. NUMIIEII 4^