THE DAILY TIMES.
Our readers will observe that the Trustee’s sale
of DeGraffenreid's corner lias been postponed un
til the tirst Tuesday in January.
Those of our readers who have occasion to send
abroad for newspapers are respectfully referred
the advertisement of “Life Illustrated” in this
Mr. A. Protrlio offers a reward of fifty dollars
for a stolen horse, together with the thief.
See also legal advertisements.
After an arduous session of two weeks this Court
on last Saturday adjourned till 29th inst.
We learn that the Dockets are very heavy though
much of the business was disposed of in the last
Jlineh, for the murder of Tracy, was resentenced
to be executed on the 17th December. Dozier,
for the murder of Gunn, was retried and again
found guilty. We understand that Dozier’s coun
sel will move for anew trial on several grounds,
among them that he was convicted by a Jury, not
all of whom were qualified as persons under the
Law. One as is said being a foreigner, and anoth
er a non-resident.
The long standing case of Thos. Terry, who was
indicted eight years ago for the killing of Doles,
was brought also to a close by bis acquittal.
also was done in the civil side of the
American Hallways In England.
It is a fact! John Bull has awoke from his oc
casional dozy state—has rubbed his eyes—yawn
ed—and being now thoroughly awakened by a
book called “The Permanent Way and Coal
burniug Locomotives of European Railways,” by
Zerah Colburn and Alexander Holley, of New
York, is prepared to give it bis attention. The
combined British press have read it, and are now
all commenting on it with semewhat of surprise.
They find that our railway system, although bad
enough, is not so terrific as they have pictured it,
and the English newspapers are able to see many
faults in their own system when they look at it
with American spectacles. It has long been a
prevalent idea in the ‘old country’ that an Ameri
can railway was a trap to catch passengers, and
when it got them they were generally landed, not
at the place whether they had paid to go, (except
by accident,) but in a coffin. It was a common
notion, that to “run off the track” was the rule ;
to keep on it the exception. Our great works had
been heard of, but by the privileged few ; so now
that our works, system, expenses, <&c., arc explain
ed and compared with European ones, the old
gentleman is astounded that we stand comparison
so well. We shall be able to put forth a much
better account shortly, for our railways arc im
proving daily, and then we shall propose another
Comparing of notes, when we hope wc shall as
tonish John a little more. It’s very odd, but we
are always astonishing the old gentleman. He
does not comprehend the Yankees, and we doubt
if he ever will. —Scientific American.
DAILY COMMERCIAL RECORD.
COTTON.—The market Saturday was quiet
but firm, and the quotations given are a tiue in
index of the market, viz 9% @ 10?s
The trade for the week, has been very sprightly
and all offered has been sold at advancing prices,
the steamers news had no effect on the market.
The receipts continue very light, and planters
will not sell even at present prices. If Eastern
Markets keep up, we look for a continued advance
in this Market, unless there are very heavy de
clines from the other side, which is hardly to be
Receipts 314. Sales 310 bales.
Savannah, Nov. 19. Sales of Cotton to-day
1,417 bales. There was hut litttlc offering and
pricey were full and the demand active.
Charlkston, Nov. 19.
COTTON—SaIes of cotton to-day 1,700 bales,
at unchanged prices.
Neav York, Nov. 19.
COTTON—SaIes of cotton to-day 1,600 bales,
with a firm market.
Flour firm, sales 11,500 barrels. Wheat heavy,
amt/ sales 22.000 bushels, and Southern White
quoted at $1 25@1 45. Corn was heavy; sales
17,000 bushels; Mixed 74c., and White and Ycl
-80 cents. Other articles were unchanged.
ARRIVALS, November 20, 1858.
AT THE PLANTERS HOTEL:
T G Wilcoxon, Laureneeville, Ala; Dr G Mc-
Duffie, Rarbour co., Ala; R J Pulley, W M Estes,
L Pulley, Tenn; M C Johnson, J A Newton, Chat
tanooga, Tenn; J C Austin, Cusseta, Ga; T J
Hines, Stewart Cos., Ga; J B Feagin, Midway, Ala;
W 11 Johnson, Manatee, Fla; A J Melton, Mari
on, Cos., Ga: C Winn, Forsyth, Ga; 11 P Wood,
Chambers Cos., Ala: A J Prather, H M Jenkins,
Stowant Cos., Ga; W F Harris. Tenn.; J M White,
Al:u F King, J II Dukce, S Biekley, II Bussey, J
C Reedy, G W Whitten, J A Wynn, J S Bussey,
Muscogee Cos, Ga.; I Cliatt, Stewart Cos, Ga; W
P Jones, J Pruitt, Midway, Ala; II A Rey, RA
Sentell, Ala: R Banks, Muscogee Cos, Ga: C M
Medlock, Sparta, Ga: H J Coward, Harris Cos.,
Ga: W S Anthony, Enon, Ala.
CONSIGNEES, NOVEMBER, 22, 4 58
M A W P R R, Jas Vernoy,
Mob. & G R R, F Bachle, & Cos
Gunby & Cos, P Kim,
Redd Prcer & Cos., D L Booher,
S Heinaman, W H H Phelps,
A Hunter, J S Pemberton,
J S Henry J S & W J Wood,
Hall, M. A Cos J L Celia,
E S Greenwood, J B Struppcr,
I G Strupper, F Landon,
A Velati, Rock Is. Mills,
W W Robison, A Cos Blunn and Frank,
J Ligon. [B]
J A McNeil, T H Mabson,
Teague A 0. G W McGinty,
Brooks A Chapman, Cowdry A Cos,
J Campbell, Wells, Curtis A Cos,
Smith A D„ G W Atkinson A TANARUS,
D Bussey A Bro, C Terry,
H C Me Kee, J Mcßae,
A Ricardi, Ragland A B,
Dillingham A D, W II Jernigan,
A Stovall, W Clinton,
Estes A Bro, M Jaeobie,
W T Simpson, H McCauley,
D Rostrum, Van Marcus,
TWO STORES, now fitting up at 34 Broad Street.
Apply at this office. nov2o dtt.
W. H. SAYRE. A. 11. WHITE.
SAYRE & WHITE,
AND DEALERS IN
Pork, Bacon. Lard, Flour Butter,
CHEESE, DtilED FRUIT, &C.
Q 9 “W alrmt Street
Particular attention will be given to the Purchase
and Shipment of all descriptions of Western Produce,
and articles of Cincinnati Manufacture. J
November 9, 1858. dlmw6ra,
We are authorised to announce J. B. HICKS,
as a candidate for re-election to the office of Tax
Receiver of Muscogee county at the eleetiou 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 Chattahoochee county
at the January election. nov!2 wtd
LOOK I look: I
Startling Intelligence for Vox Fopuli !
PICTURE GALLERY IN FULL BLAST.
r I''IIE undersitmed announces to the citizens of Co
s luiiibus, and in fact to all Georgia, that he is now
taking Pictures in as good style as they can be taken
in the “Empire State,” either by a foreign or native ar
tist. His prices range from that much despised sum—
fifty cents to ten dollars. And although he does not
pretend to say that he is th chest artist, in the United
States, yet he fears not the result of a comparison with
those whose reputation is bolstered up by long adver
tisements and putts of their own manufacture. He
prefers that ladies and gentlemen should judge for
themselves. And if those in want of a good Picture
will call and give him a trial, he will convince them
that he fully understands the modus operand* of picture
taking. All he wants is a fair and impartial trial, and
he fears no competition from any quarter.
His Gallery is over Barnard’s Store, Broad Street,
where he will be happy to receive visitors and show
them his specimens at all times.
G. T. WILLIAMS,
6—4tnd Photographic Artist.
WHITE AND YELLOW ONION SETTS, Just
received and for sale by
Nov. 15—flwtf BROOKS & CHAPMAN.
By ELLIS & MATHIS,
Auction Sale of
We will sell at our Auction Room
ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, NOV. 24
A large and handsome lot of OIL PAINT
INGS, a large portion of which were purchased
by a gentleman of this city for his own use, ma
king the finest lot of painrings ever sold here at
auction. Catalogues will be ready a few days
previous to the sale.
novlß—dtd ELLIS, Auctioneer.
20 Casks Canvassed Hams,
ON CONSIGNMENT AND FOR SALE AT
HUGHES, DANIEL & GO’S.
November 17, IBsS.—dlw.
THE undersigned invites proposals until the 15th
December next, for the building of a BAPTIST
CHURCH in this city. Plan and specifications can
be seen by bidders, at the office of Thomas J. Nuckolls
in Jones’ Building. For any information on the sub
ject. addre*s N. NUCKOLLS, Ch’n.
Columbus, Nov. 16, 1858—dim.
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 scaled 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
worthless character. -
J. BITLLOCKE & J. B. LOCKE,
nov. 16—illy. Agents 36 Church Street, N. Y.
CARIiIA(jK EMPORIUM !
J. B. JAQUES & BROTHER,
OPPOSITE THE “PERRY HOUSE.”
Kssfa THE subscribers have on hand and
constantly keep a large and well
selected stock of Carriages of ail de
i&Z. W.—script ions, ‘embracing CALECIIES,
MOCK CALECIIES, BAROUCHES. ROCKA WAYS,
Shifting Leather Top and No Top Buggies, Wagons,
&.c. We feel confident in stating to the Public that we
can offer as Good Work, and at lower prices than can
be found elsewhere lor 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 imiue
kiately. Columbus Nov. 1 1858.—dly
E. BARNARD & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS & PROVISION DEALERS
BHAVE on hand, and will constantly keep,
a large and well selected Stock, embracing
every article in their line, which are offered
to their friends and the public, at the lowest
market prices Come and see us.
Columbus, Sept. 29. 1857. w&twtf.
Coluimbuis Races !
THE FALL MEETING OF
the Columbus Jockey Club will
place over the Chattahoo
chee Course, Columbus, Ga. on tire 30th November,
ami continue five flays with two Races each day.
From 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 he sure and come to the Co
lumbus Races. C S & W. P. PRYOR, Proprietors.
P.S.—For particulars of Race Week, see handbills.
Oct. 30 dwtd C. S. & P. W. P
DRY GOODS “
BY HARRISON & PITTS.
WE now have in store, and are daily receiv
ing from New York, a fine assortment of
tirst class STAPLE & 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 stock consists in part of the following arti
Prints of every style, White Briiliante, Muslin
de Laines, Robes a Les, de Lainee Robes a’Quille*
Valencia Flounced Robes, Cashmeres, Plain and
Figured Alpaccas, Ginghams, White and Red
Hannels.Liodseysj Cloths, Cassimeres, Sattinets.
I weeds, Kentucky Jeans, Keystone and Morse
I laids, Allenda e Sheetings, Irish Linens, Blank
ets, BedTieking, Bleached Domestics, Towels,
Linen l able Cloths, Linen and Cotton Table
Diaper, Linen Napkins, Linen Cambric and Bor
dered H’d’kis, Apron Cheeks, Hoes and Half
Hoes, Shirts, Merino, and Cotton Net Shirts,
Razors, Table and Pocket Cuttlery, Needles.’
Spool Thread, Fancy Soaps, Perlumery, Percus
sion Caps, Letter Paper, Envelops, aud a great
many articles too tedious to mention.
Our first tirst sale ol the season will take place
at 71 o'clock on Tuesday Night next, the 12th
inst.. to be continued every night throughout
the winter. We will also have one or two day
sales each week.
All goods offered at Auction guarantied as rep
resented or no sale.
HARRISON & TITTS.
E - J. Pinckard, Aucttoner.
59 and 61 Broad Street,
Columbus, Oct. 8, ’SB dtf.
NEW BOOT & SHOE STOHE.
A. C. SAUNDERS & CO.
WOULD respectfully inform
citizens of Columbus, and the
counlr surrounding, that they
have taken the Store recently
! occupied by Merry & Landon, and are now ope
ning the largest, oest made and cheapest Stock ol
BOOTS, SHOES & BROGANS
lobe found in the City.
HAVING EXTENSIVE FACTORIES OF
OUR OWN, and ha vmg 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 Irom 6 to 14;
“ Kip “ half welted and double soled,
“• “ * Water Proof Boots;
“ Napoleon Boots;
“ Cavalry do.
Ir Extra fine 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 Bools;
Also, Men’s Oxford Ties sewed and pegged;
“ Congress Gaiters “ “
“ Scott Ties;
Men’s Call Pegged Brogans, pumps and I welted;
“ “ Sewed “ “ half “
“ Seal, Goat and Buff Brogans pegged;
“ Army and Plantation t>hoes.
Men’s Wax, Kip If 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 heal ties of Kid, Mo
rocco, Seal and Goat.
Spring Heel ties and Buskins.
Goat, Calf, Buff, Seal & Kip lace Boots pegged
Kip & Call 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 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.
Sowed Calf, Kid, Goat, Seal, Grain, Morocco
and Buff Bootees thick and thin sole, witn and
Pegged Call, Goat, Seal, Grain, Morocco and
Buff Bootees, thiu and thick soles, with and with’
Fine Kid Ties and Buskins ; Common Kid
Morocco, Seal and Goat ‘Pies.
Silk Lasting, Kid and Morocco Gaiters with
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 CO VOMBUS,
Among them are, Round and Lap Seam, Double I
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
price from sl.lO upwards.
If any of our goods do not prove as represented
by ns, we will make the deficiency good to the ;
EUS, FEDDALItS, &c.,
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 hills.
Taking the quality of our goods into considera
tion, we are to be undersold by no one North,
South, East or West.
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.,
Octls..w&dtf 102 Broad Street.
TO THOSE INDEBTED.^
AXTE hereby give notice that all claims flue us, and
VV not paid or satis actorily arranged, prior to the 1
next return day ot the respective counties in which
the parties reside, will be sued. None shall bo sligh
marSO—wtwtf. FI. BARNARD & CO.
CIGARS DIRECT IMPORTATION, j
1 A A BOXES? Havana Cigars ofvarious brands
XU V lor sale at small advances for Cash by
Jan 19—wtwtf E. BARNARD <fc CO.
BARBOUR COUNTY LANDS
HAVING purchased land in the West, I now
offer for sale both my plantations, lying on
the North Cowikee Creek. The place on which
I now reside, known as the Barna Ivey Plantation
contains 2,475 acres, with a large proportion of
fresh and Hammock land. are ©n the plan
tation 1,400 acres cleared, and in a fine state of
cultivation, thoroughly draiued, with a large num
ber ol well located ditches. The dwelliog is
commodious, having 6 large rooms, neatly finish
ed, and is situated within the corporate limits o
Glennvilie, convenient to the Colleges and
Churches. The out-houses are in good repair and
sufficient for the accommodation of 100 negroes.
Ou this place, are two new gin houses, one of
which is propelled by water power, to which is
attached a grist mill, all in good order.
Lying broadside this place is my other planta
tion, recently owned by Col. W. H- Oweus, con
taining 901 acres. The dwelling, out ho. ses, gin
house and screw are all Dew aud well finished,
and equally convenient to Glennvilie. Being de
termined to sell, 1 would not object to dividing
my lands to suit purchasers. To those acquainted
with these lauds 1 need not say more—to those at
a distance, I would say that they cannot be ex
celled in poiat of health or productiveness in east
Glennvilie is noted for the morality, intelligence
and refinement of its citizens. It is situated 12
miles from the Mobile aod Girard Railroad, 6
miles from Jernigan, a steamboat landing on the
Chattahoochie river, and 16 miles from Eulaula,
to which point the South-Western Railroad of
Georgia will soon be completed. For further par
ticulars, address me at Glennvilie, Alabama.
P.S. As 1 am axious to carry out my plans west
I propose if I can find a purchaser for the above
named lands, to let them go at the low price ol
twelve dollars and a half per acre, cash.
And if not sold before Saturday the twentieth of
November next, 1 will have them divided into
two or more tracts by a survey, and offer them
on that day at public outcry to the highest bidder.
Land buyers might do well to examine the
lands before buying elsewhere.
„ ™ H. BASS.
Oct. 82,1898, d&wtf
ON accommodating terms, several desirable dwell
ings. Apply t< John McCarty.
Columbus, Oct. 2d. it2:u
AN excellent article of Cotton, or Shucks and Cot
ton mixed, and all Shucks for under Matresses.—
I * ;il ‘ an d sye them before purchasing an Interior article
elsewhere. For sale by J. 11. SIKES.
novtf—dtf 30 Broad .Street.
H. S. OTiiraiHS,
Attorney at Xiaw,
Being a Graduate of Law of the University of Vir
ginia, respectfully tenders his services in all the branch
es of the profession. up Stairs, over No.
28 Broad Street, Columbus, Ga.
November 0, 1858. dly
MANLEY “i HODGES.
A RE now in receipt ot one ol tiie best and most
JTx. carefully selected lali stocks, they have ever
offered to their customers, prices low, asdslylee
Robe ales Silas in great variety.
Robe ales Delaines
Rohe ales .vterinoe’s
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 AND ENGLISH HOSIERY.
10 11-12 and 13-4 MARSAILES QUILTS.
Superior Bed Blankets,
WOOL HaTS; Ax.
VELVET, BRUSSRLLS, 2and
3 PLY CARPE'PS,
RUGS, c fc.
Our stock of WHITE GOODS and EMBROI
DERIES was never better,
Sept 24, d—tf.
IS STILL AT THE SIGN OF THE
BI G |
where may be found all kinds, sorts, sizes, de
scriptions, qualities and quantities of HA PS AND
CAPS, and the prettiest Children’s Hats Sc Caps.
C XI E A. 13.I 3 .
Columbus, Ga.,oet. 5, 1858. w&dtf
DON’T FAIL TO LOOK AT THIS !
ALL 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 20. vvdlm.
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 out.
Apply to H. MIDDLEBROOK & CO.
Oct. 26—dwlm. 94 Broad Street, Columbus.
NO A OPENING.
DILLINGHAM & DENSON’S
A LARGE STOCK OF
Columbus October 23. d&vvtf.
FALLS * OCK
NOW OPENING- AT
SAMMIS & ROONEY’S,
Columbus, Ga., Oct 6, 1858. dw3m.
BY ELLIS & MATHIS.
GRAFTED FRUIT TREES,
IAAA Grafted Apple Trees.
• UUU 1,000 Grafted Peach Trees.
7 1,000 Pears, Plums, Apricots, &c. &c., together
with various other Shrubbery and Plants, which will
arrive here about the first of November next, from the
Nursery of Mr. Thos. H. Fentriss, of North Carolina,
whose reputation as a tine Fruit grower is unsurpass
ed. Orders for Trees will be promptly attended to and
liiled as soon as the trees arrive.
„TIIE GORDY GRAPE.
1,000 Vines of this superior native Grape for sale.—
This Grape is well and favorably known in tiiis com
munity. ELLIS &. MATHIS.
Columbus, Oct. 26, 1858. Imdw
ELLIS & M A T II IS,
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
HAVE on handaud will continue jto receive di
rect FROM FIRST CLASS MANUFACTU RICRRS
a large supply of all grades Tobacc > wbica they will
sell to the t'-ade at .Factory Prices, expenses
raders wiil .do Swell to cal bi tore buyin
IsewLere. w v&d On rods
COMPOUND F. L ID p
Extract of Bucliu,
“IS A ROHM A cI! ;.V AT A.”
A sovereiga remedy for ai.ease. e- o: the
BLADD 1 R, SPINE, > 531, . ivIDN VS, UN id A
RY ORGANS, CRAY \ j**? U.L s TON . . he
BLADD'R, ( HRO CATARRH of the
BLADDER, MORBID | j IRRITATION 4 f the
BLADDER aud L'RE j disea 3of the
PROSTATE, aud K -J (TENT lON and INCON
TINENCE ot TRINE j , 1 m a 10-> of tone in
the parts concerned, q Algo, DYSPEPSIA,
OiiRONIC, RHEUMA-1 ) TOM and AFFEC
TIONS of the SKIN. 5,)
j *,s Ihe above medi
cine is earnestly re- j gg [commended to Physi
cians and practition ; ers of medicine and
the public generally,) £jj ag it can be used by
persons of all ages and | gj ha its, is pleasant to
the taste, and ca, t be) C 5 taken by any
patient no matter how adverse he may be to takiocr
None genuine without the nara-'s of Epping &
L Pierce &, Cos., blown upon each bottle-
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
BROOKS & jCHAPMAN.
And sold by all respectable Druggists through*
out the country.
Sept 37 dw—if
AN ACCOMPLISHED COOK.
A NEGRO WOMAN, very likely, has experience as
a Plain and Fancy Cook—good house servant,
and a good Washer and Ironer. For sale bv
novO—d3t ELLIS A MATIIIS.
EXECUTOR’S SALE —Will be sold on Monday
i the 29th instant, at 12 o’clock, in front ot’ Main
son & Pitts’ Auction Room, the House and Lot ill the
city of Columbus, belonging to the late Mrs. E. R.
Crook. This house is delightfully situated on Bryan
Street, and is on part of lot No. 343, with eight large
rooms; halls above and below, and collonaded on ail
sides. Sale positive. Terms: Credit of one and two
years, with 7 per cent, interest.
Nov. 16, 1858—<112 wit M. J. CRAWFORD. Ex’r.
FOR SAL OR KENT,
FROM the 23th of December next, the
sftTTjSrj House and Lot at present occupied by Dr.
‘SSS! Boswell, on Troup Street, fronting tiie liaptist
J&oJLkJ. Church Lot. Apply to
Nov 10—dtf JAS. M. EVERITT.
1858 FALL STOCK, 1858
J. H. MERIIY
a* 1 *jj)| HAS removed his store to No.
“Owl 87 West side Broad Street, 1 door
LXJLJ north of Redd, Johnson Ac Co.’s,
where tie is now receiving a large supply of
Fall and Winter Clothing !
For GEN 1”3, YOUTH’S and Children’s w’ear
Also, a large Assortment of
GENT’S 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- dvv3m
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 stock consists
in pan of
Bacon, Laid,Flout Sugar, Coffee, Syrups, Flour,
Salt, u'ce Cheese, Bugging, Rope, Tobacco,
N. ils, Soap. Crockery, <Sc c. ‘Together with eve
ry article usually demanded by the city or country
trad;-, ail ol which he oilers to bis friends and the
public, at ihe lowest market prices. Call and see.
Sept. 4,1858. d&w3m.
Candy Manufacturer & Confeclioner,
“wholesale and hetial dealer in
GREEN & DRY FRUITS,
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC CIGARS.
No 2 (L,Broad st-, Columbus, Georgia.
ORNAMENTED PARTY CAKES—Country
orders will meet with prompt attention.
3, ISSB. d!3m.
IN GOLD AND SILVER CASES,
sjmjx At Purple’s old Stand, June’s New Building,
J. w Columbus, Georgia.
Oct. 30 —dwtf T. S. SPEAR.
D. P ELLIS. . i u n
ELLIS & M&THXSr
Auction & Commission
WILL give prompt attention toitne sale of
Merchandize, Country Produce, Ne
groes, Furniture, Vehicles, Stock,
Real Estate, fcc. &.c.
Will al?o give particular attention to Renting Real
Estate. Hi mg ‘egroes, Ac. Ac
Administrators* and Juarjian’s sales will be roi -
dueled on reasonable terms.
LIBERAL AD/ANCES will be made A’l good
ii store wil he insured, unless otherwise directed
<lollimbus, Sept 7 w&.d3m is
Til E undersigned offer (or sale the ah’
, ija standard brand oi PUiiE RYE WHISKY,
‘.HiStbeir own distillation in Banels and Half B:-
jUDB rtds. The quality of this Whisky, known >-
favorably inthe 8 >uth, lort.ie past eigut years, w 1
lways be kept up to its former high standard, a u
purchasers and consumers can rely upon its bein
perfectly pare Rve vVhisky, distille' 1 under our ow
personal supervision, and entirely free from deltt -
rious substances, which often render Whiskies
objectiouabfe. In addition lotbe above, we hav,
on hand in New York, aswellas Philadelphia, pei
haps the largest stock of tine Rye Whiskies in tin
United States, and are enabledto ship goods iroi
either city direct to any Southern point.
The above Whiskys are all from our own distillim
from selected grain, and are constantly improving b>
aget and wo offer them to the trade from firsthand*
upon the most liberal prices and terms.
FREEM \N St SIMPS 3N, Phoenix Distillery,
No. 109 8 mth Front Street, Puiladelphia, aud
96 Wall Street, New York.
THE residence at present occupied by
faißKKn the Rev. Mr Watt, oouosite \lr Slade’s
i==2=Spossession given the Ist Jat.. next. Also
two vacant lots adjoining, with the store on Broad
street No 34, at present occupied by G. Michael
as a Furniture store, possession given the first ot
October. The above property will he rented ii
uotsold. 8 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
!? iii 211 Alabama side of the Chattahoochee River, on
j tii<. road leading from the New Bridge towards
Salem, Ala., and about one half mile west of said
Bridge. Any person desiring to purchase a comfofta
ble and quiet home, will be ottered a bargain in this
place. Apply to MOSES & LAWES,
iiuv. I—dtf Columbus, Ga.
’ pHECopartnership of Clarke 05 Iverson, in the
i Drug Business in this city, was dissolved on
‘.oe 18tii inst. by the death of Samuel D. Clarke.
The business will continue to be carried on by
ihe undersigned on his individual account, at the
Eagle Drug Store, 93 Broad Street.
JOHN F. IVERSON.
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 21, 1838. dtf
121. 8. W. (KBL&SB,
PROFESSOR OF MUSIC
_ -jCTHANKFUL for past and present
vora would respec fully give notice
7 J UnTW llial he continue,J to give instruction
J 4 at 1/ uinVocaland Instrumenta’music,
implications received at CanerV music Store.
aJS STILL OPEN for the reception of
Members ot the Legislature and transien
visitors. The Proprietor is determined
to reserve ample room for the accommodation ot
iadies ; and also tor the entertainment of gentle
men and ladies. He has engaged the services of
one of the best Bands of Music in the State; and
intends giving two Cotillion Parties per week du
ring the Session , and no pains will be spared to
render his guests comtortahie.
E. D. BROWN, Proprietor.
COTTON, COTTON, COTTON!
COTT'O'* is now sellingat a good ; rice, and if the
notes and accounts past due toJ. Ennis & Cos.
are not soon paid, suits will be instituted indiscrim
inately. A word to the wise is sufficient.
octl4—wfcdlf. J. ENNIS fc CO.
SWAJN & CO.’S LOIIEB.IES
The following scheme will be drawn by S. SWAN
& CO., Managers of Ihe Sparta Academy Lottery, in
each of their Single Number Lotteries tor Noucmbw,
1858, at Aiovhta, Ga., in public under the superinten
dence of Commissioners.
Class 40 draws Stiiurday, 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 Number*.
£O,OOO TICKETS- 5,435 jcRIZES.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE TICKETS
To be drawn every Saturday iu November.
1 Prize ol $70,000
1 • iu.uoif
1 “ 10,000 -
l “ 5,00 u
1 “ 4,1100
1 “ 3,000
1 “ l,;>00
1 “ 1,000
4 “ ...” 900
4 “ 800
4 “ . ’ . ’ 700
4 “ . OMi
50 “ ... 50t
50 ‘ 300
100 “ 125
230 “ 100
4 P s of s‘oo Approx’g to s7o,oooPriz*} ate 1,600
4 “ 300 “ 30.0(0 “ 1.200
4 “ 200 lO,OOO “ SOU
-1 125 “ s,uco “ 5 0
4 “ ICO “ 4,00 ‘ 4U 0
4 “ 75 “ 3,000 3OO
5 “ 50 “ 1,5 CO “ 2(0
4,000 2U re §100,01.0
5,485 Prizes amounting to $320,000
Whole Tickets $lO. Halves $5. Quarters $2.50.“
A Circular showing the Plan of (he Lotteries will be
sent to any one desirous of receiving it.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the follow ing
rates which is the risk:
Certificates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, #BO
“ “ 10 Half “ 40
“ “ 10 Quarters “ 2t)
“ “ 10 Eighth “ 10
iN ORDERING TICKFTS OR 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 nml State.
Remember that every prize is drawn, and payable in
full without deduction.
All prizes of #I.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
S. 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 tie published after every drawing in the follow
ing papers:— 'Augusta- (Ga ) Constitutionalist; New Or
leans Delta; Mobile Register; Nashville Gazette , Atlanta
Intelligencer; Aem York U eekly Day Book; Savannah
Daily Aevs; Richmond Dispatch; New York Dispatch;
Paulding (Miss.) Clarion, and Little Rock (Ark.) True
QBDBIL & WEEMa
Wholesale and Retail
VVILL *eep constantly unhand a well seiec
’’ ted Stock comprising all aiticlesin their line,
which are offered to their .riendsand the public
generally at the L(JWJi.S'i MAHAM'J PRI
CES. Gipi us a call.
LOCK A. G. BEDELL.
Columbus, Ga. Dec. 22. wtwtl.
JH SIKLs, re?pecilully returns his
thanks to nis friends for past lavors
and begs leave to remind them of the
fact that he is still at his old business and siana, 36
Iroad street, where he will be glad to see his old
customers, aud as many new ones as are w Ring to
him a trial.
.Vlattrasses in ary quantity for sale cheap Re
jailing of every dc enption **f Furniture done at
nee, and in the neaitsi style. Particular attention
given to upholstering Church Pews, Chairs and
Cushions ot all kinds.
Oct. 8, wd tf
* *■ l .. .3
THE CELKRRATKO HOLLAND ivR.MKDY FOR
WSEtSE OF Tilt;
A'EAENESS OF ANY KIND,
And tbe various affections consequent upon dis
STATE OF THE LIVER.
Such as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Col
icky Pains, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despond
ency, 3osliveness. Blind and Bleeding Files. Inal
Nervous, Rheumatic and Neuralgic Affections, i
basin numerous instances proved highly beneficial
and in otners effac ed a decided cure.
This is a purely vegetaole compound, prepared on
strictly scientific principles, after the manner of the
celebrated Holland Professor, Boerhave, Because
of its great success in most of Die European States
its introduction into tbe United States was intended
more especially lor those of our L.theriand scattered
here aud there >verthe face of this mighty country
Meeting with great success among them, I uow of
fer itto the American public, knowing thatiis trulv
wonderful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged”.
Itis particularly recommended to those persons
whos< constitutions may have been impaired by the
continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of
dissipation. Gen rally insianlaneous in iffect it
finds its way d.rectlyto ihe seat of life, thrilling and
quickening every nerve, raising up the drooping
spirit, and, in fact, infusing new health and vigor in
NOTlCE,—Whoeveroxpects (o find this a beve
rage will be disappointed ; but to the sick weak
and low spirited, it will prove a grateful aromatic
cordial, possessed of sintrolar remedial properties
The great popularity of this ueiutotmi aroma ti
induced many nutations, which the pub.ic shotUd
guard against purchasing Be DCt persuaded to biiv
anything else until you have giveu Boerbave’s Hol
land Bitters a fair t.ial. One bottle will convince
you how inflnite.y superior it is toail these imita
rsrsa# at $1 00 per bottle, or six bottles for
$5.00, by the
BENJAMIN PAGE. JII.& CO.,
Pharmaceutists and Chemists,
P T3BURGH, PA.
iR -olumbas by Brooks Ohapman.snd
,!- • general.) throughoo-the State
Apr il 24. ’SH I vßwi.
DR3. GRIMEo &
ft 1 Ihonselv'.stove in the
MBgJoraMCeof Medicine and Sur-cry.—
LB alls le tat vVire &8o i% Drug Score Lj-ing
tae day, or Perry H at night will ,be
pr -raptly answered. Paiieots from a di9tnc
eeahde Lto the - rear® will rau.dve ev-ry ueee ••rv