THE DAILY TIMES.
Mr. Slade’s School, ('olumbits.
The following commendatory notice of one of
our own city Institutions, we copy from the
Christian Index of the 27th:
Anmng the many institutions of learning in our
State, this holds a high rank, and is deservedly
* worthy of patronage. \\ ith the Principal wc are
intimately familiar, and know him to he a thor
ough and enthusiastic scholar, a perfect gentle
man, and an humble Christian. He is assisted by
the members of his own family, all of whom have
been regularly trained from childhood to occupy
the position of teachers, and are all efficient and
capable. His lady is a perfect disciplinarian and
an excellent teacher.
The institution is strictly a High School—it
does not claim the dignity of a College; but its
Course of Study is really as extensive and thor
ough as any Female Institution in the State. To
this the accomplishments of its 127 graduates will
bear witness, it is supplied with philosophical
and chemical aparatuses, a cabinet # of minerals
and shells; the sciences are taught by lectures,
with copious illustrations and representations.
The capacity of the Principal is a voucher for
the thoroughness and attractiveness of this part
of the course.
It used to he said at the Wesleyan Female
College, in Macon, that the best scholars came
from Mr. Slade’s School.
There is connected with the School, a neat and
well selected Library.
There are several reasons why we do not liesi
tate to speak out boldly in favor of this School:
1. The parental care taken of all the scholars.
They are received into the Principal’s own family,
and treated as his own children.
2. All the good influences of a well regulated
Christian family government are brought to bear
upon the young ladies’ character.
3. Society the most refined and privileges of
religious instruction of rare value arc enjoyed.
4. It is a private school—sustained by private
enterprise and exertion ; and all the evil influ
ences that may accompany public boarding schools
5. It is an economical school.
6’ It has never electioneered; and its success
and high reputation is entirely due to its own
merits. Mr. Slade has never practiced any spe
cies of drumming.
7. On the contrary, it can he said of him that
not less than one-tenth of his scholars, being poor,
have been educated gratuitously.
8. The situation is very healthy.
While many Baptists have subscribed to assist
in building up other Institutions, this has pursued
the noiseless tenor of its way, acquiring reputa
tion and prospering, entirely at the individual ex
ertions of the Principal. We think this school
deserves encouragement as much as any Female
Institution of learning in the State, not from Bap
tists only, but from all denominations; for those
of all denominations have been received and
treated exactly alike by the kind-hearted Pro
(<ov. brown and the State Road.
At a Covention of the Democratic Party of the
Cherokee Circuit, held at Dalton on the 12th inst
for the purpose of nominating a candidate for So
licitor General of that Circuit, thefollowing Reso
lutions were uanimously adopted.”
Rewired, \*t. That we, delegates to this con
vention, unanimously declare our firm attachment
and adherence to the greatest principles of the De
mocracy enunciated and declared in the Cincinna
. ti Platform.
Itesolced, 2nd. That we fully endorse and ap
prove the policy and administration of Joseph E.
Brown, Governor, in his management of the State
Road, and commend it to the earnest considera
tion of those who have favored its sale as a full
answer to their complaints; a complete refutation
of their arguments, and an indication of the wis
dom of the Democratic policy in opposing its sale.
Advent of Jack Frost for Ten Yea ns Past.
—A vast number of inquiries having been made to
us by citizens yet staying away in our vicinity for
some authentic data of the past by which to form
some judgment of the probable visit of frost in the
present season, we append the dates as taken from
our yearly statements.
These dates are of what is termed a “killing
frost.” though in some cases a white frost appear
ed at an earlier period of the season. Still as these
are not always reliable for clearing away the epi
demic*. we give those which are quite sure :
In 1848 there is none recorded.
In 1849 it was on the 26th November.
In 1850 it was on the 17th Nov.
In 1851 it was on the 6th Nov.
111 1852 it was on the 27th Nov.
Iu 1853 it was on the 25th October.
In 1854 it was on the 14th Nov.
In 1855 it was on the 24th Oct.
In 856 it was on the Bth Oct.
57 it was on the 19th Nov.
Thanksgiving in Mississippi.— Gov. Me-
Willie, of Mississippi, has appointed Thursday,
the 25th of November, as a day.of thanksgiving
throughout the State.
DAILY COMMERCIAL RECORD.
Columbus Times Office, Oct. 28.
COTTON. —The market continued brisk during
the day but no perceptible change in prices.—
Principal sales 10% (a 10%.
Receipts 1162. Sales 800.
Montgomery, Oct. 26. 1858.
COTTON. —Sales to-day about 750 bales. Mid
dlings 10%; Strict 10%; Good Middling lie.
Macon, Oct. 27.
COTTON.—We quote Middling 10%. Good
Middling 10 *4, with a good demand. Receipts
Avgusta, Oct. 26.—COTTON.—Sales of Cot
ton this forenoon, so far as reported to us. were
only 330 bales as follows: 53 bales at 11: 21 at
11 l s ; 13 at 11%; 152 at 11%; and 106 bales at
11% cents. We quote for Middling Fair to Fair
11% @ll% cents. The receipts continue large.
New Orleans, Oct. 24.
COTTON. —The demand for Cotton has been
quite active during a portion of the week, blit with
a tendency in favor of buyers, resulting in a fur
ther decline of fully %c ‘j? lb. The sales ot t lie
week have amounted to about 59,000 bales, of
which 6500 were taken on Saturday, 14.000 on
Monday, SOOO on Tuesday, 7000 on Wednesday,
12,000 on Thursday, and 11.500 yesterday, the
market closing at about the range of our quota
tions, as follow:
NEW ORLEANS CLASSIFICATION.
Inferior, ----- <>@7%
Ordinary, - - @
Good Ordinary, - 10% @lO -4
Low Middling, - - * 11 % @ll “4
Middling, - - 12% @ll%
Good Middling, - —@l2
Middling Fair, - - - ‘ —@ ‘
Fair, —@ —
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on baud Ist Sept., ISSS, hales 30,443
Arrived since, - - - 249,762
Arrived yesterday, - - - 9,493' —259,260
Exported since, - 102.668
Exported yesterday. ~ “ 10,130 115,798
Stock on hand not cleared, - 173,V05
Arrived at Savannah, Orb 45, *ss,
Ship Georgia, McCloon. St. Thomas, in ballast,
to T. It. & J. G Mills.
Ship Star of the West, MeAlmond, New York, in
ballast, to C. A. L. Lamar.
Ship Underwriter, Roberts, New York, in ballast,
to C. A. L. Lamar.
Ship Agues, Jones, Boston, in ballast to Weber
Shiji b. D. Metcalf Stetson, New York, in bal
last, to A. Low ifc Cos.
ARRIVALS, g October 27, 1858
AT THE PLANTERS HOTEL:
A D Whittle, Dale county, Ala; It A Miller,
Houston county, Ga; J Foy, N C: William
Crew, Jus A J Lizzie, Cusseta, Ga; 11 C Love,
Russell county, Ala; .Nicholas Boon, Randolph
County, Ga; Win II Lernaster, Talbot county.Ga:
H W Hagerman, do: Charles Bobeth, M I); .J M
Igon, J W Poe, Ringgold, Ga; Smith S Alexan
der, W D Street, Fayetteville, Tenn; W G Ford,
Midway, Ala: A J Phelps, Pike county, Ala; S F
Powers, Silver Run. Ala: Benjamin Perry, Ma
con county, Ala; Osborn Ealy and lady, Harris
CONSIGNEES, OCTOBER, 28, ’SB.
M ,t IV P R It, J S Pemberton & Cos,.
Mob. & G R It, II C McKee,
Estes & bro., Redd Precr <fc Cos.,
I G Strapper, Ragland Sc b,
S II Goodman, W E Sanford Sc Cos.,
Ogletree & Jackson, Mcßae A Jones.
J C Anderson, J’ Spencer,
W T Simpson, J W Sappington,
W S Needham, Columbus Factory,
Van Marcus, Rock I Mills,
W W Robison A Cos., Muscogee It. R.,
Important Decision.— The Supreme Court of
Tennessee lias decided the long contested case, in
volving the question of the legality of the sub
scription of Blount country to the capital stock
of the Knoxville and Charleston Railroad Com
pany. The decision of the chancellor, Van Dy r ke
declaring the subscription legal and obligatory on
the county, was affirmed.
NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE.
A. C. SAUNDERS & CO.
WOULD respectfully inform
yj citizens of Columbus, and the
country surrounding, that they
have taken the Store recently
occupied by Merry & Laridon.and are now ope
ning the largest, best made and cheapest Stock ot
BOOTS, SHOES & BROGANS
‘Io be found in the City.
HAVING EXTENSIVE FACTORIES OF
OUR OW N, and having made arrangements with
the best factories in the United States, with 20
years experience in Memphis, Tennessee, we are
warranted in saying our stock will be SECOND
TO NONE IN QUALITY, STYLE, AND
ECONOMY TO THE PURCHASER.
Our stock comprises in part —
Men’s Thick Boots sizes from G to 14;
“ Kip “ half welted and double soled,
“ “ Water Proof Boots;
“ Napoleon Boots;
“ Cavalry do.
,r Extra line Water Proof Boots;
“ Cork sole “
“ Finest peg’d pump and half welt’d Cf Boots
“ French Boots of superior style;
“ Plantation Boots;
“ Finest stitched French Calf Boots;
“ “ Pump “ “ “
“ Arctic Boots;
Also, Men’s Oxlord Ties sewed and pegged;
“ Congress Gaiters “ “
“ Scott Ties;
Men’s Call Pegged Brogans, pumps and i welted;
“ “ Sewed ‘1 “ half
“ Seal, Goat and Buff Brogans pegged;
“ Army and Plantation Shoes.
Men’s Wax, Kip i* Bull'Brogans pegged, Pumps
Men’s Gaiters, Slippers &c., of all the latest
Finest Kid & Morocco lace and Congress
Boots, thick and thin soles, with and without
Finest silk warp lasting lace and Congress, do do
Serge de Berre, do do do do
Eugene, do do do do do
Italian and English, do do do
French and Glove Kid, do do do
“ Kid Iloel Slippers.
English Kid and Morocco do and halt Gait
English Silk Lasting, do do do
Velvet Toilet Slippers.
Embroidered, do •.
Women’s Common Thick heel tiesol Kid, Mo
rocco, Seal and Goat.
Spring Heel ties and Buskins-
Goat, Calf, BufT, Seal & Kip lace Boots pegged
Kip & Calf Oxford Boots laced and strapped
Spring heel Kip Pegged lace Boots.
Boys Thick Boots, sizes 1 to 5.
do do Brogans, do Ito 5.
do do Kip and Calt, do do pumps and
Boys Calf and Kip Boots, welted and Double
Youth’s Thick Boots, sizes 9 to 13.
“ “ Brogans, do 9to 13.
do do Kip do do
do do Boots half welted and double
Youth’s Calf, do do do and do do
do do Brogans pumps and half welted.
FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN.
Sewed Calf, Kid, Goat, Seal, Grain, Morocco
and Buff Bootees thick and thin sole, witti and
Pegged Call, Goat, Seal, Grain, Morocco and
But! Bootees, tiiiu and thick soles, with and with
Fine Kid Ties and Buskins ; Common Kid
Morocco, Seal and Goat Ties.
Silk Lasting, Kid and Morocco Gaiters with
I and without heels.
Kid, Morocco and silk lasting lace Boots,
do. do. Strapped Slippers.
Children’s Congress Heel Gaiters.
The largest, best made, and
cheapest stock of
EVER BROUGHT TO COIiUMBUS,
Among thetfi are, Round and Lap Seam, Double
Braced, Double Soled Brogans, from 1 to 15.
Round Seam Triple Stitched Iron Nailed Bro
gans. Round seam, Three Soled Brogans- Oak
Bottoms, Russetts and other kinds ranging in
ptice from SI. 10 upwards.
If any of our goods do not prove as represented
by us, we will make the deficiency good to the
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS,TRAD
ERS, PEDDALRS, Arc.,
We can ofler goods at Boston and New York
prices. By giving us a call you can save from 15
to 20 per cent on your b Us.
Taking the quality ot our goods into cousidera
tion, we are to be undersold by no oue North,
South, East or West.
We have made arrangements to receive all new
styles from factories ot any note in the United
States as soon as introduced, and shall be receiv
ing fresh goods every week from oer own t ac-
A. C. SAUNDERS & CO..
Oct 15..w&dt! 102 Broad Street.
I I RKITI RE.
JH. SIKEs, respectfully retyrns his
thanks to his friends for past favors Vh ~
ard begs leave to remind them of the
fact that he is still at his old business and stand, 36
Broad street, where he will be glad to see his old
customers, and as many new ones as are willing to
give him a trial.
Mattrasses in any quantity for sale cheap Re
pairing of every description f Fumtture done at
once, and in the neatest style. Particular attention
given to upholstering Church Pews, Chairs and
Cushions of all kinds.
Oct. 8, wd tf.
1853 FALL STOCK. 1858
J. 11. MERRY
ITrj! HAS removed his store to No.
iprwrniH 87 West side Broad Street, 1 doer
IT IT 1) I north of Redd, Johnson & Co.’s,
where he is now receiving a large supply of
Fall and Winter Clothing !
For GENT’S, YOUTH’S and Children’s wear
Also, a large Assortment of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS!
Together with every article usually kept in a
Clothing Store. All of which will be sold on as
good terms as are afforded in the City.
Columbus, Ga. Oct._ 15- dw3m
NOW OPENING AT
SAMMIS & BOONEY’B,
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 6, 1858. dw3m.
11. P. ELLIS. B.H.MATHI?
ELLIS & MATHIS,
And ion & Commission
WILL give prompt attention to the sale of
Merchandize, Country Produce, Ne
groes, Furniture, Vehicles, Stock,
Will also give particular attention to Renting Real
Estate, Hiring Negroes, &c. Ac.
Administrators’ and Guardian’s sales will be con
ducted on reasonable terms.
LIBERAL ADVANCES will be made. All goods
n store will be insured, unless otherwise and fleeted
Columbus, Sept. 7—w£td3mis
MANLEY * HODGES.
ARE now in receipt ol one of the best and most
carefully selected fall stocks, they have ever
otic red to their customers, prices low, midstyles
Robe ales Silas in great variety.
Robe ales Delaines
Rdbe ales Merinoe’s
Plain worsted Dechines
Blk Siik Rohe ales.
7-8 and 10 4 TABLE DAMASK,
Linen Sheeting 100 inches wide,
Pillow Linen 40 and 45 inches,
Napkins, Doylies, &c.
A Superior Lot of
GERMAN AND ENGLISH HOSIERY.
10 11-12 and 13-4 MARSAILES QUILTS.
Superior Bed Blankets,
WOOL HATS; &c.
VELVET, BRUSSELLS. 2 and
3 PLY CARPETS,
Our stock of WHITE GOODS and EMBROI
DERIES was never better,
MANLEY 65 HODGES.
Sept 24, d—tf.
New Fall & Winter Roods.
WE are now prepared to offer, at reduced
prices for Cash, one of the largest and most
varied assortments of Staple 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 ol which were imported ex
pressly tor our house; together with our usual
stock of Staple and Domestic fabrics. Also tine
Bed Blankets, Negro Blankets, Brogans, Kersey,
fyc., Ac. We below 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 American DeLaines;
French Figured Cashmeres;
Black Alpacas; French Merinos ;
Two Jupes, Robes a’Les, SSO to SBS each ;
New style Fancy Silk Dress, at sll each ;
French Printed DeLaine Robes a’Les, very rich;
French DeLaine Robes Armenienne ;
Rich Printed Poie Chevers ,
B ack Bombazines ;
English, French and American Gringhams ;
French, English, aud the best American Prints,
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, 65c-, among which is
the Circular Shawl. YVe also have our usual
stock of Cloth and Velvet Talmas.
Biolli*’ best Black French Broad Cloths, Black
French Doeskins, Beaver Cloths, real French Fan
cy Cassimeres, Satinets, Sheeps Greys, Tweeds,
Jeans, &c., Arc.
New style Chenille Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons,
French Flow’rs. Vel Ribbons, S’k Belts, best Kid
Gloves at 75c., Ladies’Cotton, Woof and Silk
Hosiery, Head Dresses, Scarfs, Ladies’ Silk and
Cashmere Gauntlets, <Sr.c., A? c.
We keep a stock of Embroidered Sleeves, Col
lars, Bands, Edgings, &c., second to no house in
Georgia. Our stock of these goods is now’ very
YVe are well prepared to offer inducements to
buyers of Osnaburgs. Kerseys, Lindseys, Sheetings
Shirlings. Stripes; Ticks, &c., and have a very
complete stock of Ladfes and Gent’s tir.e Shoes
Negro Brogans, Kip Brogans, Fine Calf Boots,
Ladies’ Heel Gaiters, Children’s, Youths, Boys,
and Misses Shoes. Also a large stock of Negro
Wool Hats Gent’s Bengal and Soft Fur Huts
together with a complete stock of Hats and Ca ps
On tha second floor, over our stock of Dry
Goods, we keep a good assortment of ready
We buy our goods mostly for cash, and
sell ex lusively for cash at short profits, (bus sav
ing for our patrons at least a difference of fifteen to
twenty-five per cent, from the usual Creditsysiem.
YVe earnestly solicit a call, believing t at we will
in every case, be able to Gi\ r E ENTIRE SAT
GEO. W. ATKINSON &. TAYLOR,
Broad street, one door south of Randolph street,
below the Post Office, Columbus, Ga.
Sept. 24th w—tf
TWO months after date, application will be made
to the Court 01 Ordinary, of Muscogee County,
Ga., lor leave to sell |.he Real Estate 0? James L.
Garrard, dec’d. E. BARN ARDAdm’r.
Sept ,2,1158 -w. m.
At the Old Stand, next Door to J. Ennis Sc Cos.
99 Broad. St, ColumlDiis, Ga.
WHERE can be found a superb assortment of Watches, Jewel
r.V’ Silver Ware, Fancy Ilair Pins, Head Ornaments, Guns, Rifles
Pistols, best quality of Gold Pens, arid every description of goods
ukuSC usually kept in a first class establishment, tor Casji or approved
_yy 1 jraSl Credit. Every article sold will be warranted as represented, and*
9t will not be allowed to be sold any other way.
Mr. J. H. BRAMHALL, a practical Watch-maker, and Manufac
turer of tine Chronometer Duplex Lever and other Watches, is in charge to do the
Watch Work. I will add that Mr. B’s reputation in New York as a first class Workman
is bevnnd question. He will be happy to .see all who have good Watches, and desire
them kept so by having them properly repaired, also those who have been unfortunate
in having had their watehes injured by incompetent workmen, and desire them putin
as good condition as when first made, and at reasonable rates. Samples of his new
work will be shown at any time.
Mr. GOLDSBECK is on hand at his post, ready to set diamonds, make new Jewelry,
engrave neatly, all kinds ol Hair Braiding, in a neat and artistic style.
Thankful to mv friends and the community at large for their liberal patronage hereto*
or we hope to merit a continuance of the same. Oc'9—w&dsm
A. It. Du WITT
Extract of Buchu.
BA It OS MA CR ENA TA .”
A sovereign remedy for direaseses ot the
R DADD; R, ( KINA’ \ftj to KIDNEYS, UNfRA
RY ORGANS, GRAV- j ( EL, STONE in the
BLADDER, CIIRON-( j£o CATARRH of the
BLADDER, MO j j IRRITATION cf the
BLADDER and URE) S/THRia diseases of the
I*R< STATE, and hi.-) j TENTH) N and INCON
TINENCE of URINE | ft j from a loss of tone in
the parts concerned, j jsj AlB o, DYSPEPSIA,
OIJRONtC, F.IIEUM A-1 j TISM an and AFFEC
TIONS of the SK IN. „
J * i The above medi
cine is earnestly re- J gj commended to Physi
cians and practition-j ftjers of medicine and
the public generally,} ft jas it can be used by
persons ot all ages and j gp) habits, is pleasant to
the taste, and can bej ft) readily taken by any
patient no matter how adverse he may be to taking
None genuine without the names of Epping &
L Pierce & Cos., blown upon each bottle’
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
BROOKS & CHAPMAN.
COL I MU US GEORGIA .
And sold by all respectable Druggists through
out the country.
Sept 27 dw—tf.
TO THOSE INDEBTED.
W'E hereby give notice ttiat all claims due us, and
not paid or satis actoriiy arranged, prior to Use
next return day of the respective counties in which
the parties reside, will be sued. None shall be sligh
mar2o—wtwtf. E. BARNARD Sc CO.
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 the articles usu
ally kept in the Grocery line. His ttock consists
in part of
Bacon, Lard,f lout, Sugar, Coffee, Syrups, Flour,
Salt, K'ee Cheese, Bagging, Rope, Tobacco,
Nails, Soap. Crockery,fec. Together with eve
ry article usually demanded by the city or country
trade, all of which he offers to his friends and the
public, at the lowest market prices. Call and see.
Sept. 4, 1858. d<few3m.
IS STILL AT THE SIGN OF THE
BI G HAT
where may bo found all kinds, sorts, sizes, de
scriptions, qualities and quantities of HATS AN D
CAPS,and the prettiest Children’s Hats 6c Caps.
C H E A. E.
Columbus, Ga.,Oct. 5, 1858. w&dtf
E L L I S &, M A T II IS,
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
HAVE on hand and will continue to receive di
rect FROM FIRST CLASS M ANUFACTU RER R S
a large supply of ail grades Tobacc >. which they will
sell to the t ade at Factory Prices, expenses
nr radera wiil do T vvell to call before buyin
NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS,
WE, the undersigned, inventois of the Iron
Screw Press, take pleasure in calling at
tention to this Press, for which we have o’ rail ed
Letters Pattern. From experience we arc - utisfied
that this Press is not only capable ol pressing cot
ton to the usual size, but with a small additional
cost of compe-rsion at the Gin to a size suitable for
shipment by sea going vessels. The cost now for
compressing is from 70 to9o centsper bale, wfrch
indirectly comes out of the planter. This Press is
durable, as all ot its bearing and straining parts
are of Iron.simple and suitable lor negro manage
ment. We are making arrangements to put up
the Press at all suitable points for inspection.
For further information,address us atSelma, Ala.,
or D. A Hobble, Journal Office, Montgomery,
Ala-, or E. G. Corbett, Columbus, Ga.
W. F. C. J. PROVOST.
August 8, ’57-wtf.
E. BARNARD & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS & PROVISION DEALERS
HAVE on hand, and will constantly keep,
a large and well selected Stock,embracing
pMB! every article in their line, which are offered
S ' l - J ‘ 1 to their friends and the public, at the lowest
market prices Come see us.
Columbus, Sept. 29, 185. w&twtf.
To Our Customers!
FROM and after the first January next, weshall
adopt, as nearly as possible, the CASH
SYSTEM. Necessity Compels ns to this
Conr>e. From that day all articles will be priced
as cash. Where credits are gtveo (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. BARN ARD, Sc CO.
CIGARS DIRECT IMPORTATION,
I A A BOXES Havana Cigars of various brands
I\J* j tor sale at small advances for Cash by
Jan 19 —wtwtf E. BARNARD & CO.
A LARGE STOCK OF
FIMWimR DRY MOBS.
J. KYLE <s• CO.,
HAVE now in store the largest and best select
ed Stock ot Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
ever offered in Columbus. Also it line assort
ment of Carpets, Rugs, Shoes, Hats, Ac., all at
their usual low prices—with additional induce
ments to cash buyers.
Columbus, Sept. 18, 1858. wfftdtf
A ©* SSMiLS,
Will practice in the counties of llama, Musco*
gee, Talbot, jMerriwethcr ard Tr up.
Particular attention will be paid to collections
October B—w fed ly.
COTTON, COTTON, COTTONJ
CtOTfON is now selling at a good price, and if the
J notes and accounts past, due to.t. Ennis & Do.
are not soon paid, suits will be instituted indiscrim
inately. A word to the wise is sufficient.
Oeti4—w&dtf. .1. ENNIS to CO.
W. N. Hutchins is my authorized agent during
my absence from the city. J. A. FOX.
octl9—d 1 w
Oil> MAGNOLIA WHISKY.’
CV"% THE undersigned offer lor sale the above
standard brand of PUKE RYE WHISKY, of
4frfTlthelr own di.,filiation in Panels and Half Bar
\Djf3i re Is. The quality oflhH Whisk.v, known so
favorably in the 8 mth, tort no past eight years, will
always be kept up to its former high standard, and
purchasers and consumers can .rely upon its being a
perfectly pare Rye Whisky, distilled under our own
personal supervision, and entirely free from delete
rious substances, which often render Whiskies so
objectionable, in addition (othe above, we have
on hand In New York, as well as Philadelphia, per
haps the largest stock of tine Rye Whiskies in the
United States, ami are enabled to ship goods Iron,
either city direct to any Southern point.
The above VVhiskys are ail from our own distilling
from seiected grain, and are constantly improving by
age; and we offer them to the trade from first hands
upon the most liberal prices and terms.
FREEMAN to SIMPSON, Phceuix Distillery,
No. HID S >ulh Front Street, Philadelphia, and
96 Wall Street, New York.
I WILL sell to the highest bidder (if not disposed
of privately before t.ha’ tune) on the Is! Tuesday
in December next, at the fMurket. House in Hie city of
Columbus, that valuable property known as ‘ Do
Graffenreid’s Corner.” Terms, one halt 1 cash—bal
ance in twelve months with approved security.
B. B. DeGK APFENREID, Trustee,
oct2l—dwlm Harrison & Pitts, Auc’rs.
MTHE residence at present occupied by
the Rev. Mr Watt, opposite Mr Slade’s
possession given the Ist Jar., next. Also
two vacant lots adjoining, with the store on Broad
street No 34, at present occupied by C. Michael
as a Furniture store, possession given the first of
October. The above property will be rented if
not sold. S BOYKIN. Ex.
Sept 24, d-tL or T G HOLY’.
MIS STILL OPEN for the reception of
Members of the Legislature and transient
visitors. The Proprietor is determined
to reserve ample room for the accommodation of
ladies ; and also for the entertainment of gentle
men and ladies. lie has engaged the services ol
one of the best Bands of Music in the State ; and
intends giving two Cotillion Parties per week do
ling the Session , and no pains wiil be spared to
render his guests comfortable.
E. D. BROWN, Proprietor.
Oct 21, dim.
DRS. GRIMES & WINGFIELD,
f HAVE associated themselves toffe.ther In the
pratice of Medicine and Surgery. —
Calls left at Ware to Son’s Drag Store during
tne day, or Perry Hmss at night will be
promptly answered. Patients trom a distanc
confided to the rcare will receive
~ Min. w.wtM^r
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
j THANKFUL for past and present
favors, would respectfully give notice
that be continues to give instruction
** B ii “in Vocal and Instrumental music.
Applications received at Carter’s music Store.
By VAN MARCUS,
Stuart’s Extra Syrup.
Hiram Smith’s Flour
Fresh Goshen Butter.
New Slate Cheese.
English Dairy and Sap-Sago Cheese.
White Beans and B g Hominy.
ALSO—Raisins, Currants, Citron, Almonds,
Pecans, Paradise Nuts, Preserved Ginger, Candied
Ginger Chow Chow, Pickled Oysters and Lob
sters, Fresh Salmon, Codfish, Mackerel arid Lob
sters in Cans, Sardines, and all kinds of Pickles,
and Preserves, and Pure Turkish Smokiug Tobac
co, Genuine SMurschaum Pipes, Havana Cigars,
Genuine. Chewing Tobacco, best quality.
Oct 10 dif
THE Copartnership of Clarke £* Iver-on, in the
Drug Business in this city, was dissolved on
the 18th inst. by the death of Samuel D Clarke.
The business will continue to be carried on by
the undersigned on his individual account, at the
EaMe Drug Store, 93 Broad Street.
JOHN F. IVERSON.
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 21,1858. dtf
THE Sheriff ’s office has been removed from
the Court House to the office ot Robeit E.
Dixon. Esq., opposite the Post Office, where the
Sheriff’ or his Deputy can always be found unless
0et20..d5t F. M. BROOKS, Sh'ff.
35,000 lbs Tennessee Clear Sides,
40,000 lbs. Tennessee Shoulders,
On consignment and tor sale at *1
HUGHES, DANIEL 6c CO
Sept. 20th, 1858. diw
SWAN & CO.’S LOTTERIES
SWAN & CO.
CONTINUE TO DRAW AS USUAL,
BWAN & CO’S
Letters 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 8 SWAN
& CO. Managers ol the Sparta ‘ cademy Lottery, iu
each olt heir single number l-otte.ns l'or (’ctober
1858, at August a, Ceorviu, to which city they hare
removed their principal office.
Class 35 draws Saturday, Oct. 2, 1868.
Class 3t> draws Saturday, Oct. 9, 1858.
Class 37 draws Saturday, Oct. 1(>, 1858.
Class 38 draws Saturday, Oct. 23, fBSB.
Class 39 draws Saturday, Oct. 30“ 1868.
On t lic Plan of Single Numbers.
50,000 TICKETS—S,43S JtGRIZES.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO F.VEitY NINE TICKETS
To be drawn every Saturday iu Oct.
1 Prize of $70,000
I “ 30.000
1 “ 10,000
1 “ 5,000
1 “ 4,000
230 *• 1
Prize of $ MX) Approx’g to $70,000 Prize arc 1,000
300 “ 30.010 “ 1,200
200 ** I'klHO * 800
125 “ 5,000 410
100 4,- (Ml * 400
75 8,000 “ 300
“ “ 1,51.0 “ 200
4,000 •* pre.... SIOO,OOO
5,485 Piizos amounting lo $320,006
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5, Qnaiters $2.50
A Circular showing the plau of the Loltewes, will
forwarded to any one desirous of receiving it.
Certificates of Pacaages will be sold at the follow
ing rates which is the risk.
Certificates ol Packages of 10 Whole Tickets..sßo
“ “ 10 Half “ 40
*• “ 10 Quarters “ 20
“ “ 10 Eighths “ 10
IN ORDERING TICKETS OH CERTIFICATES
Enclose the money to our address for the Tickets
ordered on receipt of which they will be forwarded
by first mail. Purcnasers can have Tickets ending
iu any figure they may designate:
The List ol drawn numbers and Prizes will be sent
to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
Purchasers will phase write their signatures plain
aml give their Post office. County and Stale.
Remember that every Prize isdtawn and payable
in lud without deduction.
All Prizes of SI,OOO am! under paid immediately
after the liraw ing—other prizes at the usual time o I
All communications strictly coufiden ial.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to
S. SWAN to CO., Augusta, Ca.
Persons residing near Montgonn ry, Ala.or Atlanta
Ga ,can have their orders filled, and save time by
addressing S. Swan &Cos. at either of those places.
A “list of the numbers that arc drawn from
the wheel, with the amount ol the Prize that each
one is entitled to, wiil be published alter every
drawing in the following papers —Augusta Coustitu
tinnalifet, New Orleans Delta, Mobile Register,
Charleston Slandard, Nash ville Gazette, Atlanta in
telligencer, New York Weekly Day Book, Savannah
Morning News, Richmond Despatch,New York Dis
patch, Paulding (Miss) Clarrion, and Litt'e Hock
(Ark. ) True Democrat. octl —d&wtf
BEDELL & WEEMS,
Wholesale nml Retail
VXT ILL eeep constantly on hand a well selec
ted Stock comprising all articles in their line,
which are offered to their iriendsand the public
generally at the LOWESI MARKET PRI
CES. (Jive us a call.
LOCK WEEMS. A. G. BEDELL,
Columbus, Ga. Dec. 22. wtwtf.
‘ii bs itk■."l %* ag; $ ll
THE CELKBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOB
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS*
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND,
And the variousjaffections.’consequent upon a dis
STATE OF THE LIVER.
Such as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Col
icky Pains, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despond
ency, Doeliveaes?, Blind and Bleeding Piles, (n all
Nervous,Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affections, it
has in numerous instances proved highly beneficial,
and in others < ff.se cd a decided cure.
This is a purely veifetaole corn pound, prepared on
strictly scientific principles, after the manner of the
celebrated Holland Professor, Boerbave, Because
of its great success in most of the R lropcan States,
its introduction into the United Slates was intended
more espec aiiy for those of our I therlsnd scattered
here and there *verthe lace of this mighty country.
Meeting with great success amoii’ them, 1 now of.
fer it to the American public, knowing thalits truly
wonderful tn*-di<ji.*ial virtues must be acknowledged.
It is part.ienbi-ly recommended to Ihnse persors
whost constitutions may have been impaired by the
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of
dissipation. Gem rally instantaneous in Effect, it
Unduets way and rectly to ihe of life, thrilling and
quickening every nerve, raising up the drooping
spirit, and, in fact, infusing new hea tliand vigor in
NoTIOR, —Whoever expects to find this a beve
rage will be disaapoi'Red; but to the sick, weak,
and low sp : ri!ed,it wiil prove a grateful aromatic
cordial, possessed of sintrulv’ remedial prop>erties.
The great popularity of th's delightful aroma has
induced many imifations which the public should
guard against purchasing Be not persuaded to buv
anything else until you have given Moerhave’a Hol
land Bitters a fair tial. One bottle will convince
you how infinitely superior it is to all these imita
-old at $1 O l per or six bottles for
$5.00, by the
SOL E PR O PRIET OR S ,
BENJAMIN PAGE.-JR. & CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
F >r ia\e in Oblumbus by Brooksfe Chapman, and
Drug g\stsgenerally throughout the S ste.
April 24,’55, lydwia