THE DAILY TIMES.
THE (TTY. __
Those wishing to order fruit trees, roses, flow
ering shrubs, evergreens und bulbous rools, Ac.,
from a distance, are referred to the advertisement
of Mr. A. Pudigon of Charleston, S. C.
The ladies, needing Shawls, Silk Dress Goods,
Silk Robes, Ac.; are referred to the notice of J.
Kyle A Cos.
See notice of two stores to rent at 34 Broad’
Street. For information apply at this office.
Those having good negro carpenters to hire,
can hear of an advantageous offer to do so by ad
dressing A. 11. Yarington, Union Springs, Ala.
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DAILY COMMERCIAL RECORD.
COTTON—The inarket yesterday was very
brisk at full and advancing prices. All offered
was readily taken by shippers, at our quotations.
Extremes 10%. We have heard of one
small lot of Middling Fair cotton bringing IOVg.
The receipts at all the interior towns of Georgia
and South Carolina arc falling and we conse
quently look for higher prices. Receipts 739. —
CONSIGNEES, NOVBMB3a*2O, 58
M A W P R R. Boynton A C
Mob. A G R It, F Landon,
.1 Durkin, Columbus Iron Works,
A Yelati, Dillingham A D,
J L Celia, J S Pemberton,
[C] 2 bales bagging. J A 1)
J B Jaques A Bro G W Atkinson A TANARUS,
G W McGinty, Mrs. Cardwell,
Bedell & Weems, 11 Middlebrook A Cos
Gettinger A S T II Mabson,
II C J/cKce, Sammis A Rooney,
Cowdry A Cos, H McCauley,
F 13 , S Ogletree,
Estes A Bro, [B] 123 Kegs Nails,
Van Marcus, W 11 W,
E Barnard A Cos D L Booker,
C Oglctroe, J W Britt,
J B Hicks, ag’t W S Needham.
Wells, Cui tis A Cos, .T Kivlin,
J W Pease A Clark, [P] Potatoes
Hall, M. A Cos J Ligon.
T C Pridgoon, 11 Cook.
Gunby A Cos,
F Bachle, A 13 AY II Safford,
Smith A D., A II Dfwitt,
Teague A O. J McJ Cherry.
Hull, D A Cos.
ARRIVALS, November 19, 1858.
AT THE PLANTERS HOTEL:
Judge Gilbert and son Union, Ga; J A Fort,
Lumpkin; J M Sauudors, and lady, Henry county
Ala; Rivers Recso, Chattahoochee county, Geo;
R P Goolsby, Russell county, Ala; GW Jenkins,
Harris county, Ga; MG Stamper, Cuthbert, Ga;
J M Redding; W Brown, Pike county, Ala; G AY
McGinty, Muscogee county, Ga; Williamson Jor
dan, Daniel Hood, Washington AYatkins, Musco
gee county, Ga; A Smith, Chattahoochee county;
Joliu F Miller, LaG range, John G L Martin, H
Farrier, Eufaula; A L AYatkins, Reynolds, Ga;
McCormick Neal, Covington, Ga; AV H Bush;
Oglethorpe, Ga; Thomas Quin, Tuskegee, Ala,
AII King, Joel A Snelling, Thomas E Landrum,
Ciiam urs county, Ala.; F B Andrews, Upatoie.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at Columbus, Ga.
on the lflth of November 18oS.
Albridge, Mrs Lizzie, Jeffries, Nancy
Allen, Miss Jane Kerscker, F
Arnold, H J Kesterson, J G
Ashley, Edwin Little, Jas
Anders, Frances Lowe, Benj T
Applewhite, AVm Lawrence, AVm R
Akin. Jas Lanier, Robt S
Brooks. Juo C Langford, T
Brooks, J A AV B Lawrence, F M
Bowers, E T Lewis A Janney,
Brown, Miss P Lea, Miss A E
Brockway, E L Mesewe, II B
Bryan, Jno R Marple, N B
Briusfiold, Thos Morris, Chas
Brady, Connol Martin, AVillis
Bray, Susan Montane, B
Braehel A F Morris, JAM
Backer C AVeick, Motley, Harriet
Burton, Wm Moss, Moses J
Benton, AA r m Mixon, Michael
Blair, J C Myers, Chas
Clark, Jas S Meyer, Jas A Bro
Chamberlain, S McGehee, I. M
Calhoun, Miss M McGuire, Jas
Cook, Sam’l Mclntyre, Francis
-C orbit, E C Neal, Jas
Cook, Nancy C Nelson, Robt
Coleman, Julius Owens, Jno AY
Cogin, Francis Otalian, Alfred
Connor, II D Phillips, Moses II
Carter, ZJ Parr, J C
Clark, Drury Pace, AVm T
Cleary, C * Pace, Clem
Champion. AVm Patten. Miss S A
Crow. J H A Palmer, Geo
Crouch, Mrs M Pippen, Weeks
Dun. Jno A Pratt, A A
Davis, Mrs Juo Pugg, Martha
Darden, Jno B Penn. AVm S
Dalkert, C Pitts, Irby II
Drew, C Row. Thos
Danberry, Tempie Rogers, Miss LA
Engleson, Dr Rogers, Geo M
Fisher, Dr J Cash’r Rogers, Simeon P
Farnum. 0 H Rowe, Mrs Mary A
Francis Mr Robinson, AVm.
Gordon. J AV G Roberts, Jos. II
Greene, AY II Reynolds, Mrs MJ-
Gibson, Mrs Sarah Reynolds, Jno D
Gunn, L S Rose well, Manf’g. Cos.
Guldens, T Al Ring, Geo II
Goodwin. N C Sce’y Ray, Frank A\
Gains, AA’esley Riche, F
Goodwin, A G A Cos Sutton, Jas N
Hudson, Aratia Sample. A C
Hutchings A Garside, Smith, A J
Hare. LA T Smith. Wm
Howard, Jas AV Smith, W E A Cos
Howard, Juo II Smith, Jas
Hannah, AVm Shivers, AV
Harris, L A Cos Shippuson. 0 C
Harris, D Stephens, Epsy B R
Harris, Airs Leonova Sektator. Dr R
Uassan A Stephens. lotteu, Henry
Huff, AVm K Thomas. Aliss Emma
Hughes, Airs Lump Thompson. J F
Hall, M AI Thornton, A L
Higgins, S II Turner, Rick'd
Ingram, J B Tucker, F (col’d)
Johnson, Jno J Toombs, Caroline
Jones, ED Taylor. S E
Jenkins, Jonathan Tugendrieck, Moritz
Persons calling for any of the letters on this
list will please ask for advertised letters.
11. M. JETER, P. M.
Columbus. Ga. Nov. 16, ISob.
\VTHITE AND YELLOW ONION SETTS, Just
V V received and for sale by
Nov. 15—dvvtf BROOKS & CH APMAN.
DAVID K HOLER ] Bill lor Discovery aud la
vs. . junction.
Henry H. Brown & f la Talbot Superior Court
Cyrus Robinson J
IT appealing to the C lurtthat Henry H Brown
one ol ih* defendants to toe ab-ve s'at-d Bsl
is ab-ent bom the State. It is therefore <rce eo
that iL-nry H Iff >wn do app-ar ai the next lerm
o* this Court, and plead an-werot d-unui tosau
Bill, not demurring alone 10 the above Bill, am
th it S’ vice of -aii B 11, as to said Henry 11
B own be perfected by publication ol t*is orde
once a month for tour months, before the nex
Te in o* this Court, in the Columbus Times, a pob;
IIC G iZ tte of this Stale.
Atrih t xiract ‘rum Iv* tniuu'** of Talbot Su
parlor Courl, S.*p'H >'Ler Term. 18-)8
GEOROEN KO.iBES, Clerk.
October 25, once a mouth 4m.
Wo aro authorized to announce J. B. HICKS,
as a candidate for re-election to the office of Tax
Receiver of Muscogee county at the election in
January next, novll—dwtd
The friends of Edmund O’neal, Esq.,
announce his name as a suitable candidate for the
office of Tax Collector of Chattahooched county
at the January election. novl2—wtd
THI3 undersigned invites proposals until the 15th
December next, for the building of a BAPTIST
CHURCH m this city. Plan and specifications can
be seen by ladders, at the ollice of Thomas J. Nuckolls
in Jones’ Building. For any information on the sub
ject, address N NUCKOLLS. Ch’n.
Columbus, Nov. 16, 1858—dim.
BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKSf
J.W.PEASE & CLARK,
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
Book-Sellers & Stationers,
ZVe, 93 Broad Street,
\\j’ E respectfully invite the attention of Country
VV Merchants, Teachers, and all buyers to our
large and complete assortment of
School, Classical, Law, Medical, and
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC STATIONERY.
Blank A Account Hooks,
CONSISTING IN PAItT OP
Day Rooks, Journals, Ledgers, Records, Docket Books,
Memorandums, kc. &c.
Our arrangements being such as to enable us to fur
nish Goods in our line, on as favorable terms as any
other house, it will be our aitn to give satisfaction in
every respect. Orders with satisfactory references,
will be executed with the same care and promptness
as when given in person.
novll—dwtf J. VV. PEASE k CLARK.
A large assortment of every size and
‘SEa&iila! ’naif quality at the Book Store of
J. W. PEASE k CLARK.
PRAYER BOOKS—A great variety of Prayer Books
—also Hymn Books, &c. at the Book Store of
J. W. PEASE k CLARK.
Pocket Diaries for 1859. Grier’s Almanac for 1859.
Blank Notes, Rail Road Receipts, at the Book Store of
J. W. PEASE k CLARK.
PORTABLE DESKS—A fine assortment of Rose
wood and Mahogany Desks, just received by
J. W. PEASE k CLARK.
PORT FOLlOS—Portfolios and Portfolio Desks, a
large stock for sale at the Book Store of
J. W. PEASE k CLARK.
POCKET^MAPS—Guide Books and Pocket Maps
of each Slate separate, at tile Book Store of
J. W PEASE k CLARK.
GOLD PEN'S, of a superior quality at the Book
Store of ,J. W. PEASE & CLARK.
Columbus, Ga. Nov. 11, 1858. wdtf
rxckardson 7 s
DAMASKS, DIAPERS &c.
CONSUMERS of Richardson’s Linens, and those de
sirous of obtaining the GENUINE GOODS,should
see that the articles they purchase are sealed with the
full name of the firm,
as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the
This caution is rendered essentially necessary, as
large quantities of inferior and defective Linens are
prepared, season after season, and sealed with the
name of RICHARDSON, by Irish Houses, who,
regardless of the injury thus inflicted alike on the Ame
rican consumer and the manufacturers of the genuine
goods, will not readily abandon a business so profitable
while purchasers can be imposed on with goods of a
J. BULLOCKE & J. B. LOCKE,
nov. 16—dly. Agents 36 Church Street. N. Y.
CARRIAGE EMPORIUM, f
J. B. JAQUES & BROTHER,
OPPOSITE THE “PERRY HOUSE.”
THE subscribers have on hand and
w ill constantly keep a large and well
selected stock of Carriages of all dc
sS? ... scriptions, embracing CALECHES,
MOCK CALECHES, BAROUCHES, ROCKAWAYS,
Shifting Leather Top and No Top Buggies, Wagons,
kc. We feel confident in stating to the Public that we
can offer as Good Work, and at lower prices than can
be found elsewhere for Cash or approved Credit.
Cash Purchasers will do well to give us a call, as we
are determined to dispose of our present Stock, at a
very small advance for Cash.
All who favor us with a call may rely on being fairly
All work sold at this Establishment warranted to be
strictly as represented.
In connection with the above Establishment we keep
constantly employed competent mechanics in the RE
PAIRING Business and its branches.
Persons indebted to the above firm by notes or ac
counts past due are requested to call and settle imine
kiately. Columbus Nov. 1 1858. —dly
E. BARNARD & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCER3 & PROVISION DEALERS
BHAVE on hand, and will constantly keep,
a large and well selected Sto^k,embracing
every article in their line, which are offered
to their triends and the public, at the lowest
market prices C-. me and see us-
Columbus, Sept. 29, 1857. w&twtf.
Columbus Races !
IhgfeSk THE FALL MEETING OF
the Columbus Jockey Club will
place over the Chattaltoo
! ehee Course, Coiumous, Ga. on the 30th November,
and continue five days with two Races each day.
Front the number of fine horses that are certain to
| attend on that occasion, the public generally, and the
lovers of the Sports of the Turf particularly, may rest
assured that they will have an opportunity of witness
ing as good, if not the best week’s Racing, that has ev
er fallen to their lot to enjoy. Then we say to every
body and the rest of mankind, who are desirous to
spend a pleasant week to be sure and come to the Co
lumbus Races. C t* A- \V. P. PRYOR. Proprietors.
P. S.—For particulars of Race Week, see handbills.
1 Oct. 30 dwtd G. ii. kP.W. P
BV HARRISON & PITTS.
WE now have instore, atid are daily receiv
ing from New York, a fine assortment of
first class STABLE FANCY
AND FANCY ARTICLES
Which we will offer at Auction and Private Sale
through the season, and to which we invite the
attention of our friends and the public generally.
The slock consists iu part of the following arti
Prims of every style, White B'illianto, Muslin
de Laines, Robes a Les.de Laines a’Quilie*
Valencia Flouuced Robes, Cashmeres, Plain and
Figured Alpaccas, Ginghams, White and Red
flannels, Li dsevs” Cloths. Cassimeres, Sattinets.
Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans, Keystone and Morse
Piaids, Ailenda e Sheetings, fish Linens, Blank
ets, Bed Ticking, Bleached Domestics,, Towels,
Linen Table Cloths, Linen and Cotton Table
Diaper, Linen Napkins, Linen Cambric and Bor
iered tl’d'kis, Apron l h-cks. Hoes and Hall
Hoes, Shirts .Vltrino. and Cotton Net Shirts,
Razors, Table and Pocket Cuttiery, Needles,
Spool Thread, Fancy Soap-, P> r ninety, Percus
•ion Caps, Letter Piper, Envelops, and a great
nanv articles too tedious to mention.
Oar first sale ol the s-ason will take place
it 7fo clock on Tuesday Night next, ihe 12ih
list., to be continued every night throng tout
he winter. We will also have one or two day
sales each week.
All goods ottered at Auction guarantied as rep
resen'ed or no sale.
HARRISON & PITTS.
E” J. PiscKAitD, Auctioner.
39 and 61 Broad Street,
Columbus, Ocl 8, ’3B dtf.
NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE.
A. C. SAUNDERS k CO.
m WOULD respectfully inform
citizens of Columbus, and the
surrounding, that ihey
have taken the Store recently
occupied Oy .vJerrv <fc Ltncfon.and are now ope
ning the large-t, <>est made and cheapest -Stock oi
BOOTS, SHOES & BRO3ANS
‘lobe found in the City.
HAVING EXTENSIVE FACTORIES OF
OUR OWN. and having made arrangements with
the best factories in the United Stales, with 20
years experience in Memphis, Tennessee, we are
warranted in saving our stack will be SECOND
TO NONE IN QUALITY, STYLE, AND
ECONOMY i O THE PURCHASER.
Our stocK comprises in part—
Men’s Thick Boots sizes irom 6 to 14;
“ Kip half welted and double soled,
“ “ Water Proof Boots;
“ Napoleon Boots;
. “ Cavalry do.
*’ Extra fine Water Proof Boots;
“ Cork sole “
“ Finest peg’d pump and half welt’d Cf Boots
“ French 800 sof superior style;
” Plantation Boots;
“ Finest stitched French Calf Boots;
“ “ Pump “ “ “
“ Arctic Bools;
Also, Men’s Oxford Ties sewed and pegged;
“ (J< ntress Gaiters “ “
“ Scott Ttes;
Men’s Calf Pegged Brogans, pumps and t welted;
“ “ Sewed “ “ half “
“ Seal, Goat and Buff’Brogans pegged;
“ Army and Plantation cohoes.
Men’s Wax, Kip 2$ Buff 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 Heel Slippers.
English Kid and Morocco do and half Gait
English Silk Lasting, do do do
Velvet Toilet Slippers.
Women’s Common Thick heel ties of Kid, Mo
rocco, Seal and Goat.
Spring Heel ties and Buskins-
Goat, Calf, Buff’, 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 lto 5.
do do Ktp and Calf, do do pumps and
Boys Calf and Kip Boots, welted and Double
Youth’s Thick Boots, sizes 9 to 13.
“ “ Brogans, do 9 t<> 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 wilted.
FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN.
Sowed Calf, Kid, Goat, Seal, Grain, Morocco
and Buff Bootees thick and thin solo, witn and
P**eg<-d Cal). Goat, Seal, Grain, Morocco and
Buff Bootees, thiu aud tatek soles, with and with
Fine Kid Ties and Bu-kias; Common Kid
Morocco, Seal and Goat ‘Ties.
Silk Lasting, Kid and Morocco Gaiters with
and without heels.
Kid, Morocco and silk lasting lace Boots,
do. and >. S'rapped Slippers.
Children’s Congress Heel Gaiters.
The largest, best made, and
cheapest stock of
EVER BROUGHT TO COGUMBUS,
Among them are, Round and Lap Seam, Double
Braced, Double Soled Brogans, from 1 to 15.
Round Seam TANARUS; pie S itched Iron Nailed Bro
gans. Round seam, Three Soled Brogans- UaK.
Bottoms, Ru-set sand other kinds ranging in
price from sl.lO upwards.
If any of our goods do not prove as represented
by us, we will make the deficiency good to the
OUNTB Y MEK CHANTS, TRAD
ERS, PEDDALRS, <fec.,
We can offer goods at Boston and New York
prices. By giving us a call you can save from 15
to 20 per cent on your bills.
Taking the quality of our g<>ods into considera
tion, we are to be undersold by no one North,
South, East or W est.
We have made arrangements to receive all new
styles from factories of any note in the United
States as soon as introduced, and shall be receiv
ing fresh goods every week from ocr own Fac
A. C. SAUNDERS & CO..
Oct 15..w&dtf 102 Broad Street.
TO THOSE INDEBTED.
WE hereby give notice that all claims due us, and
not paid or satis ac'orily arranged, prior to the
next retuinday oi the respective counties in which
the parties reside, will be sued. None shall be sligh
mar-20—wtwtf. B RißN'AknfcCn.
CIGARS DIRECT IMPORTATION,
1 AA BOXES Havana Cigars ofvarious brands
lU* J lor sale at small advances for Cash by
Jan 19—wtwtf E BARNARD <fc CO-
BARBUUK COUNTY LANDS
HAVING purchased land in the West, I now
offer ior sale both my p antations, lying on
the North Cowikee Creek. The place on which
I now reside, known as the Barna Ivey Plantation
contains 2,475 ucres, with a large proportion of
fresh and Hammock land. Th re are on the plan
tation 1,400 acres cleared, and in a fine state >f
cultivation, thoroughly drained, with a large num
ber of well located ditches. The dwelling is
commodious, having 6 large rooms, neatly finish
ed, aud is situated within the corporate limits o
Glennviile, convenient to the Colleges and
Churches. Ihe out houses are in good repair and
sufficient for the accommodation of 100 negroes.
On th s place, are two new gin houses, one of
which is propelled by water power, to which is
attached a erist mill, all in good order.
Lying broadside this place is mv oiher planta
tion, recently owned by tol. W. H’ Owens, con
taining 901 acres. ‘The dwelling, out ho ses. gin
house and screw are all new and well finshed,
and equally convenient to Glennviile. Being de
termined to sell, 1 vvould not object to dividing
;ny lands to suit purchasers. To those acquainted
with these lands I need not say more —to those at
a distance, I would say that they cannot be ex
celled in point of health or productiveness in east
Glennviile is noted for the morality, intelligence
and refinement of its citizens. It is situate* 12
miles from ‘he Mobile and Girard Railroad, 6
miles from Jerniga i, a s'eamboat landing on the
Chattahooehie river, and 16 miles trom EufauLt,
to which point the South-Western Radroai cl
| Georgia will soon be completed. For further par
ticulars, address me at Gicnnvilie, Alabama.
P S As 1 am axious o carry out my plan.- west
I propose if 1 v au find a purchaser ior she above
named lan .is, to let them g-> at the low price of
twelve dollars a id a haL per acre, cash.
Aid it not sold before Saturday the twentieth of
November n-xt, l will have them and v ded into
twoor more tracts by asuivey, and offer them
on that day at public outcry to ihe hignesi bidder
Land buyers might do well to examine the
lands be ora buying elsewhere.
Oct 22, 1858. d&wtf
ON accommodating terms, several dseirable dwell
ings. Appiyto JOHN McCARTY.
Columbus, Oct. id. d2tn
AN excellent article of Cotton, or Shucks and Cot-
ton mixed, and all Shucks for under Matresses. —
| Call and see them before purchasing an Inferior article
; elsewhere. For sale by J. 11. SIKES,
: no yj —dtf 36 Broad Street.
Attorney at Xiaw,
Being a Graduate of Law of the University of Vir
ginia, respectfully tenders his services in aiitlie branch
es of the profession. fCr'Office up Stairs, over No.
2b Broad Street, Columbus, Ga.
November 6, 1858. dly
MANLEY * HODGES.
ARE now in receipt ot one o! the best and most
carefully selected tall stocks, they have ever
offered to their customers, prices low, andt>les
Robe ales Silks in great variety.
Robe ales Delaines
Robe ales Merinoe’a
Plain worsted Dechines
Blk Silk Robe 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 AMD ENGLISH HOSIERY.
10 11-12 and 13-4 M AltrfA ILLS QUILTS-
Superior Bed Blankets,
V\ O >L H \ IS, Olc.
VELVET, BRUSSELLS. 2 and
3 PLY CARPETS,
RUGS , <5('C.
Our stock ot WHITE GOODS and EMBROI
DERIES was never better.
Sept 24, d—tf.
F. LANDO N,
IS STILL AT THE SIGN OF THE
where may be found all kinds, sorts, sizes, de
scriptions,qualities and quantities of HA 1 S AND
CAPS, and the prettiest Children’s Hats At. Caps.
Columbus. Ga.,Oot 5, 1858. wArdtf
DON’T FAIL TO LOOK AT THIS !
A LL persons indebted to the subscribers, whose
notes and accounts were due on the first of Janu
ary, 1858, are respectfully requested to come forward
and pay up, as longer indugence will not be given.
H. MIDDLEBROOK & CO.
Columbus, October 26. wdlrn,
~ FOR SALE
PLANTERS, NOTICE THIS!
TWO GOOD ROAD WAGONS, for Plantation use.
Also, 100 Pairs of good NEGRO SHOES. These
articles will be sold at a bargain to close them oui.
Apply to H. MIDDLEBROOK & CO.
Oct. 20 —dwlm. 94 Broad Street. Columbus.
NO A OPENING.
DILLTNGHHI & DENSON’S
A LARGE ST.-CK OF
Columbus. O iiober 23. d&wtf.
NOW OPENING- AT
SAMMIS & ROONEY'S,
Columbus, Ga., Oct 6, 1858. dw3m.
BY ELLIS & MATHIS.
GRAFTED FRUIT TREES,
! i AAA Grafted Apple Trees,
j J ,l/UU 1,000 Grafted Peach Trees.
’ 1,000 Pears, Plums, Apricois, tc. &c., together
: with various other Shrubbery and Plants, which will
; arrive here about the first of November next, from the
! Nursery of Mr. Thos. 11. Fentriss. of North Carolina,
i whose reputation as a fine Fruit grower i9 unsurpass-
I ed. Orders for Trees will be promptly attended to and
; filled as soon a9 the trees arrive.
‘THE GORDY GRAPE.
1,000 Vines of this superior native Grape for sale.—
1 This Grape is well and favorably known in this com
| munity. ELLIS &. .MATHIS.
Columbus, Oct. 28, 1858. lrndw
’ TOBACCO .AGENCY,
ELLIS & MATHIS,
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
| MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
H\VE on hand and wilt continue,to receive di
rect FROM FIRST CLASS MiNUFACTL’RKKRS
i a large supply of ail grades T .oacc vnica they wnl
: sell to the t ade at ,Factory Prices,, expeuses
I only added.
! raders will do ? well to call beiore buyin
| Isewl.ere, s epi?-w&dSmmis
Extract of Buchu.
BAHOSMA CRENA TA”
A sovereign remedy for diseaseses ol the
BLADDi R, SPINE,) 3j * KIU *EYS, UNIRA
;RY ORGANS, GRtV J GL, STO >IE in the
I BLADDER, CHRON [ ) U C-T .RRH of the
■ BLADDER, MORBID j JI 8 R ITAT.ON f the
I BLADDER and URL) )T.IR \s diseases of the
PR’ ST’.TE, and IF-) f TSMtO N and INcON
T.NI-.NJE of URIN. j 3( f lua loss ot tone in
tbe parts con ernec. ; mmt t Iso, DYSPEPSIA
Oi RONIC, RHLUMA-; )Pl M and AFFEJ
TIONS of the SKIN. ! } _
J * J Ihe above medi
cine is earnestly re- j ■* 5 ommended to Physi
cians and practition j £■) -rs of medicine and
the public generally, j 3j( as it can be used b\
persons of all ages and | a its, is pleasant to
the taste, and can b j *J. readily taken by any
patient no maiter how adverse he may be to taking
None genuine without the nam-s of Eppiog &
L Pierce Go., blown upon each bottle*
MANUFACTURED 0.V1.Y BY
BROOKS & CHAPMAN.
And sold by all respectable Druggists through
on the coo’ try.
Sept 8T dw—tf
AN ACCOMPLISHED COOK.
A NEGRO WOMAN, very likely, has experience as
a Piaiu aud Fancy Cook —good house servant,
and a good Washer and Ironer. For sale by
novo—d3t ELLIS 4c MATHIS.
FUK BALii OH KENT,
„ FROM the 25th of December next, the
House aud Lot at present occupied by Dr.
1 1 Boswell, on Troup Street, fronting the Baptist
JLjLJ. Church Lot. Applv to
Nov 10—dtf JAS. M. EVERITT.
1858 1-AH STOCK. 1858
J. H. MERRV
HAS removed Ins store to No
87 W est Mde Broad Street, 1 door
.vheie lie is now receiving a large supply of
Fall and Winter Clothing !
For GifiN I’S, YOU l’ti’S and Children's wear
Also, a large Assortment of
GENI’S FURNISHING GOODS*
Together with every article usually kept in a
Cloihmg Store. All ol which will be sold on as
good terms as are a fiord ed in the City.
Columbus, Ga. (Jet. 15- dw3m
Wholesale Dealer in
FAMILY GROCERIES, &c.,
WEST SIDE OF EROAD STREET,
HAS now on hand, aud will constantly keep,
an excellent selection ol all the articles usu
ally kept in the Grocery line. liis dock consists
in pail of
Bacon, Lard, Flout Sugar, Coffee, Syiups, Flour,
bait, .*• Cheese, Gagging, Rope, Tobacco,
N.ils, Soap. Crockery, Arc. ‘Together with eve
ry article usually demanded by iho-eity or country
trade, ail ot winch he ofioisto his friends and the
public, at the lowest market pi ices. Cal! and see.
Jscpt. 4,1858. d&w3m.
Candy Manufacturer & Confectioner,
“wholesale and retial dealer in
GREEN & DRY FRUITS,
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
No 20 Broad st., Columbus, Georgia.
ORNAMENTED PARTY CAKES—Country
orders will meet with prompt attention.
Nov. 3, 1858. til3m.
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES,
At Purple’s old Stand, Jonc’s New Building,
Jfj-4 4a Columbus, Georgia.
Oct#o—dwtf T. S. SPEAR.
1 1 . P <dI<LIS. .1 1 jt i.d.
~ ELLIS & MAIHIST”
Auction & Commission
WILL give prompt attention tortne sale of
Mercliandize, Country Produce, We- j
groes, Furniture, Vehlclea, Stock,
Real Fatate, &e. <fce.
Will also give particular atlentieu Renting Rea!
Estate. Hi dug -euroes, *• c. <*o
Administrators’ and Ouardinn’s sales will be eon
ducted on reasonable terms.
LIBERAL AD/ANCEd will be made. A’l goods
n store wi! be insured, unless olherwiseodicted..
<V>l iimbus,Sept 7 wtiHm is
a THE undersigned r ffer for sale the above
standard brand or PUcE RYE WHISKY,of
tieir own di filiation in B.ir<eU and Ha. l Bar
rels. The quality ofihii vVnisky, known so
y intbe 8 utb, lortne past eignt years, will
; Iv*>• 3 a be kept up to its iorniei* high standard, aid
puic asers and consumers can rely upon itsbeinga
p ir • c i> p t.e .tve rVtnsity, distilie 1 under our own
personal sup, rvis'on, aud entirely free irom deltte
riuus substauc s, winch often render VVhisKies so
ot jaai mabie. lu addition lotho above, we have
on anil in New Vmk, aswdl.is P.i.lad p ill, per
haps the .arge-t st >ca of line Uye vVhisaieS 111 the
Uaind States, and are enaoiedto stiip goods lrou.
e t ier c ty direct to any Southen. p int.
T.ie above Wuiskys are all rom our own distilling
from telecied grain, and arec lotaiuly improviiu by
age| and weotft r them to th -. trade l rom first hands
upon the mo i li .erai prices and terms.
FnEEM N < BM*3 JN Puce ux Distille-y,
No. iO9 S atn Fr >lll S.re t, P liladetphia, and
9t vvall S.reet, New York.
Oct‘-C—d I v
a THE residence at piesont occupied by
the Rev. Mr vV’att. ODDOsite Mr Slade’s
possession given the Ist Jat.. nexi. Also
two vacant loin adjoining, with the store on Broad
street No 34, at present occupied by G. Michael
as a Furniture store, given the first of
October. The above property will he rented if
not sold. fc> BOYKIN. Ex.
Sept 24, d-tf. or T G HOLT.
n A comfortable Dwelling House and Lot,
containing one acre of land, situated on the
Alabama side of the Chattahoochee River, on
road leading from the New Bridge towards
Salem, Ala., and about one half mile west of said
Bridge. Any person desiring to purchase a comforta
ble and quiet home, will be offered a bargain in this
place. Apply to MOSES & LAWEH,
nov. I—-dtf Columbus, Ga.
rWILL sell to the highest bidder (if not disposed
ofprivately be’ore iha lime)"ii the Ist T leeday
iu December next, at tin Mirket Home in the city oi
Columbus, that valuable property known as ‘-De
ilraffenreid’s O >rner.” T ;rms, ouo half casa —bal-
ancetu twelve montht with pjroved security.
B. B. D OR iFF£.\ REIIJ, Trustee,
oc:21 —dwim H irriso-i iz Puts, Auc’rs.
TOE Copartnership ol - ‘larke Iverson, in the
Drug Husiness in this city, -vas dissolved oa
the 18th inst. by the death of Samuel D Clarke.
Tne business will continue to be carried on by
undersigned on his individual account, at the
Eagle Drug Store, 93 Broad Street.
JOHN F. IVERSON.
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 21,1838. dtf
20, s. w. idbao,
PROFESSOR. OF MUSIC
THANKFUL lor past and preseDl
would respectfully give notice
aai he continues lo give instruction
J *2 \/ “m Vooaianl Instrumental music.
\pp cat o„s received at Career’s music Store.
3spi. 7--d <m*
IS STILL OPEN for the reception of
Members ot the Legislatu’e and transien
■ vk-itors. The Proprietor is determined
to reserve ample room lor the accommodation of
adies; and also lor the entertainment of gentle
men and lad es. He has engaged the services of
oneofiheb-st Bands of \lu~icmthe State; and
intends giving two CotilhoD Parties per week du
i<s the Session , and no pains will be spared to
render his guests com? nahle.
E. D. BROWN, Proprietor.
Oct 21. dim.
CoTION, COTTON, CoTIW! ~
COT 0* is now sellingata good i l*e, and If ife
notes and accounts past due t<*J. Ennis & <'o
tre not soon paid, suits wu) be instituted indiscrim
inately. A word to the wise Usuffl dent.
Oou4-wfc(lif< 3- ENNIS h CO.
SWAN & LO.’S LOIIUvIES
The following scheme will be drawn by 8. SWAN
& CO., Managers of the Sparta Academy Lottery, in
each of their Single Number Lotteries tor NouemLer,
lssß, at Avgusta, Ga., in public under the superinten
dence of Commissioners.
Class 40 draws Saturday, Nov. 6, 1858.
Class 41 draws Saturday, Nov 13. 1858.
Class 42 draws Saturday, Nov. 20, 1858.
Class 43 draws Saturday, Nov. 27, 1858.
On the Plan of Single Numbers.
£O,OOO T.CKLTS—S,4BS PRIZES.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS
To be drawn every Saturday in November.
1 Prize of .870,000
1 .. 30.000 J
1 “ 10,000
1 u 5,000
l u “****'* 3,000
l “ 1,000
4 11 ....- ........ 1,100
4 ’’ bOO
.4 ‘‘ 7vo
50 * k ...i!.. 6uo
4 P-iz -’ s of 8 ‘OO Approx’g to $70,01.0 Prize are 1,600
4 “ aoo “ 30.1H0 “ 1,200
4 .. 200 “ 10,000 “ bOO
4 . 125 5,000 “ 5 0
4 “ 100 “ 4,1 on * 400
4 “ 75 N. 3,000 “ 300
5 50 1,300 “ 200
4,000 ‘‘ 20 re SIOO,OOO
Prizes amounting to s3aio.oob
Whole Tickets SlO. Halves $5. Quarters $2.50.“
A Circular showing the Plan of the Lotteries will be
sent to any one desirous of receiving it.
Certificates of Packages will he sold at the following
rates which is the risk:
Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, SBO
“ “ 10 Half “ 40
“ “ 10 Quarters “ 20
“ “ 10 Eighth “ 10
TN ORDERING TICKETS OK CERTIFICATES :
Enclose the money to our address for the tickets or
dered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by
first mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending in any
figure they may designate.
List of Drawn Numbers .and Prizes will be sent to
purchasers immediately after the Drawing.
Purchasers will please write their signatures plain,
and give their post office, county and State.
Remember that every prize is drawn, and payable in
full without deduction.
All prizes of SI,OOO and under, payable immediately
after the drawing, other prizes at the usual time of 30
All communications strictly confidential.
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates to
8. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga.
Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or Atlanta,
Ga., can have their orders filled and save time by ad
dressing S. Swan & Cos. at either of these cities.
A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel
with the amount of the prize that each one is entitled
to, will he published alter every drawing in the follow
ing papers: —Augusta (da.) Covstit uUomtlist; JVnr Or
leans Delta; Mobile Register; JiTaski'illc Clazettc, JUlanta
Intelligencer; A etc York Weekly Day Book; Savannah
Daily A cks; Richmond Dispatch; Mew York Disjutch ;
Paulding Clarion , and Little Rock (Jlrk.) 7'rue
BBDJE3J-L Ik WEEMB
Whohsitile and Retail
V\7ILL ieep constantly on hand a well selec
ted Stock comprising all articles in their line,
which are offered to th ir neods and the public
generally at the LOW hS l MAHKE'I P
LES. Give us a call.
LOCK WEEMS. A G. BEDELL,
Columbus, Ga. Dec. 22. wiwtt.
F l} it SiiiURE.
JII SIKFs, respectfully returns his
thanks to nis Irnnbslor past lavors FT
and t>egs leave to remind them of the t*J&*&* i
tact that he is still at his old business and stand 36
Broad street, where he will be glad to “ce his old
customers, and as many new ones as are w lling to
£;ve him a trial.
Matirasses in ary quantity for sale cheap Re
pairing ol every de-cnpiion *.f Furntture done at
once, and in tne neatest style. Particular attention
given to upholstering Church Pews, Chairs and
Cushions ol all kinds.
Oct. 8, wd tl’
aykjL AA y iiti, H 3
THE CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KUSIU,
FEVER AHO AGUE.
And the various affections consequent upon
STATE OF THE LIVER.
Such as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Col
icky Pains, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despond
ency, Jofctiveness. Blind and Bleeoing Piles. In all
Nervous, Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affections, it
basin numerous instances proved highly beneficial,
and in otuers i ffio od a decided cure
This is a purely veeetaole compound,prepared on
strictly scientific principles, after tbe manner of the
celebrated Holland Professor, Boerbave, Because
of its great success in most of tae European States,
its introduction into the United States was intended
more especally for those of our t therland scattered
here and there >verthe face of this mighty country.
Meeting with great success among them, l now of
fer iito the American public, knowing that us truly
wonderful m dicinal virtues raust be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended jto those persons
whosa constitutions may have been impaired by the
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other lorms of
dissipation. Gem rally ins’.antar.eous in it
finds its way and recti y to ihe seat of life, thrilling and.
quickening every nerve, raising up the drooping
spirit, and, in fact, infusing new health and vigor in
the s\ stern.
NuTICG. —Whoever expects to find this a beve
rage will be disappointed; but to the sick, weak,
and low sp'rited, it wiil prove a grateful aromatic
cordial, possessed of singular remedial properties.
The great popularity of this delightful aroma nas
induced many notations, which the pub.lc should
guard agaii.&t purchasing Be not persuaded to buy
anything else nuf.il you have given Boerhave’s Hol
land Bit'ers a fair tiiai. fine bottle will convince
you how infinitely superior it is to all these imita
-Mild at 5! 00 o-r bottle, or six bottles for
$ .00, by ‘be
BENJAMIN PAGE. JI!. & CO.,
Phannac9 Atlsts and Chemists,
Pi TSBURGH, PA,
F,r sale in Uolu nbo byßrooksr Fhapman.r ad
and- “ Jsts iiene al y throughon the State.
Apr ii -4. ’SH. ly lwi
DRS. GRIMES & WINGFIELD,
q H tVEaui-i ve l fi -ti-a ud *• h*r In the
sCl# pra'ice of itledi dne >*d Surgery.—
Vlg aib left at v ir e & *Dm r * “re during
Ob toe day, or Psrry H -an at night wlll.be
promptly answered. Ps-tents inn a distanc*
conftdei'.to the reare willrecMre ev-r> necessary