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R. ELLIS & Cos., Proprietors, VOLUME VL THE COLUMBUJtDAILY TIMES is published every morning (Sundays exoeptod.) at Six Dollars per annum, in advauee. Sev en Dollars if not paid before the expiration of the year. THE COLUMBUS WEEKLY TIMES Is published every TUESDAY MORNING, at Two Dollars per annum,strictly in advance. Office on Randolph Street, opposite the Post Office . ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements of live lines or less in either the Daily or Weekly Times, will he inserted at 50 cents lor the first insertion and 25 cents tor each subsequent insertion. Advertisements exceeding five lines will be charged 10 cents for the first, and five cents per line for each subsequent insertion. Displayed advertisements will be charged for the space they occupy. The following are the contracting ratesc hango able at pleasure: WEEKLY RATES. n* t* CO o i* No. of § 3 3 ; 33 5 o o o o ~ a a 3 a nqra. zr g. ~ 3. S I S ct jo . ! • • i ‘ ‘ 1 2 50’ 4 00 ! 5 50 10 00 15 00 20 00 2 500 800 11 00 20 00 25 00 30 00 3 75011 00 14 50 25 00 35 00 40 00 4.. . 10 00 15 00 19 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 5.. !! 12 00 17 00 20 00 40 00 50 00 60 00 6 15 00 20 00 25 00 50 Off 60 00 70 00 7 17 00 25 00 30 00 60 00 70 00 80 00 8. . .. !20003 )00 40 00 70 00 80 00 90 00 10 j 250040 00 50 00] 80 00 90 00 100 00 DAILY RATES. * v ‘■ v * r ” 1 ~ 1 • i hh i* OO ! *£> .*® No, of gig 33 33 000 o ; O 5 O => S a ; : s aqrs. i S* S - , =r j cr . 5 eo aa • j co 1 ... 500 700 900 13 00 17 00 2) 00 2 y 01) 12 00 14 00 18 00 25 00 30 00 3 ... 12 00 15 00 18 00 25 00 33 Op 40 00 4. .. i 15 00 19 0->! 22 00 1 30 00 40 00 50 00 5.. . i 18 00 25 00 30 00 40 00 50 00 60 00 6 20 00 28 00 35 00 50 O 1 60 00 70 00 7.. 25 00 33 00 41 00 GO O’ 70 00 80 00 8.. j3O 00 38 OO 46 00 70 00 80 00 90 00 ]0.... j40005000G00080 00 90 00 100 00 Sales of Land and Negroes, by Adminisira tors, Executors and Guardians, are required by law to be held on the first Tuesday in the month between the hours of ten in forenoon and three in the afternoou, at the Court House inthe county in which the property is situate. Notices of ;hese sales must be given in a public gazette lorty days previous to the day of sale. Notice for the sale of Personal property must be given at least ten days previous to the day of iala. Notice to Debtors and Creditors ol au Estate must be published forty days. Notice that application will be made to the Court of Ordinary for leave to sell Lanu or Ne groes, must be.published weekly lor two months. Citations for Letters ot Administration must be published thirty days—for Dismission from Ad ministration, moiunly six months —for Dismission from Guardianship, forty days. Rules for Foreclosure of Mortgage must be published monthly for four months—for estab lishing lost papers for ‘.he full of three months—for compelling titles from Executors or Administrators, where a bond has been giv?n by the deceased, the full space of three months. Publications will always be continued ac cording to these, the legal requirements, unless otherwise ordered. TIMES MS® eO©lß PRINTING- OFFICE, Randolph Street, Columbus, Georgia. HAVING in successful operation one of HOE & CO.’S CYLINDER PRESSES RUNNING BY STEAM, We are prepared to execute, at short notice, every description of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, in unsurpassed style, as cheaply as can be done anywhere in the South. We have on hand a large variety of N E W JOB TYPE, and shall keep a constant sup ply of PLAIN AND FANCY PAPER, CARDS, Ac. Our facilities for turning off this kind of work, wi*h promptness and despatch, will make it great ly to the interest of persons in want of POSTERS, HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS, PAMPHLETS, DEEDS, BONDS, DECLARATIONS, BANK CHECKS, BILLS OF LADING, LETTER HEADS, BILL HEADS, DRAY RECEIPTS, BLANK NOTES, CATALOGUES, LABELS, WAYBILLS, Blanks of every description, &c. &c. Also RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT Blanks, Give us a fall. . This Department of our office is under the su perintendence of Mr- D. S. Porter, whose long experience and acknowledged reputation as a Job Printer,are a sufficient guarantee that all work entrusted to his care will be executed wither ergy and faithfulness. . , , We have now in connection with the office a complete BOOK BIHDIRY, and having recently secured the services of Mr.E. M. Clark (late of Philadelphia,) in this branch oj our business, we pledge ourselves to give the most perfect satisfaction in the manufacture ol Ledgers, Account Books, Dockets, Court Records. Steamboat and Rail Road Blank Books, &c, We intend not to lie outdone in the style and finish of our work, in either department, by any establishment South, and that we maybe able to make our prices satisfactory, we have adopted th* CASH SYSTEM. Bspt. Jet, 186S. R. ELLIS A CO. fjliitltts Bmlb iiiws* ir\o 110 ATTORNEY |A T L A VV, HAMILTON GA. Will practice in the counties of‘Harris, Musco gee, Talbot, Merriwether arid Tr up. Particular attention will be paid to collections. October B—w &.d ly. HOWARD k WEEMS, A.TTORNEYSATL AW, CHAWP , ALA. ROBERT N. HOWARD. WALTER H- WEEMS. Crawford, Ala., Juneß—wtwtf. W. S. JOHNSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. C U S S E T A, Chattaiiooctice county, tia. -’ ves tiiseatire practice in ttahoochee n adjoining counties. • ap 26—wtwly* ’ WILLIAM TAYLOR” ATTORNEY AT LAW, Cuthbert, Randolph County, (Georgia. WILL practice in the counties of Randolph, Calhoun, Terrell, Early, Clay, Baker, Dougherty, Miller and Stewart. REFERS TO Wellborn, Johnson Sc Sloan, Attorneys at Law, Columbus, Georgia. All business intrusted to his care will receive immediate attention. June 6, 1858—wtw tl MARION BETH UN E, A TT O RNE Y A T L A W, TALBOTTON, Talbot County, Ga. 1 )ctober 24th, 1856. wtwtf. BAUGH & SLADE ATTORNEYS AT LAW, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA . \\T\ LI, practice law in Muscogee and the adjoln- VY ing counties of Georgia and Alabama. Office over Bank of Columbus, Broad St. ROBERT BAI OH. J. J. SLADE. Columbus, Ga. March 27 1857. wtwtf MOSES* LA WES, ATTORNEY’S AT LAW, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. {£T“Office next door to the Post Office.,£o R. J. MOSES, WILLIAM ALA WES. Sept. 21st—tf. sTs. STAFFORD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, BLAKELY, EARLY COUNTY, GA. fipi! Wtf. Land Warrants Wanted- THEsubscribersarepayingthe highest market prico tor Laud Warrants. Call and see us. J. ENNIS & CO. Oolmrb. .liihb VI- wtf J ___ IwlSk W ‘ F - LEE ’ D - D ‘ S< THSot dental surgeon, OFFICE correr of Broad and Randolph Streets, Columbus Georgia. Dec. 17, 1856—w&twtf FOGLE & SON, dentists, Office on Randolph Street, near Broad, Colum bus, Ga. Columbus, May 9,1857. w’twtf FOR SALE. THE Subscriber has on hand a few STILLS* for mauun nuring Peach. Brandy or Whis ky, which he wil 1 very low. ALSO, . Tin, Sheet Iron and Japan Ware, every description, w can be bought at the lowes rates. oneon sb T uotio andM/llberalterms. J. B. HICKS,Agent, jutylS v vt Next toor below “Sans Souci” Rroad-ctreet. Bacon! Bacon! WE have now onhand and willbe constantly re ceiving, Prime Tennessee Bacon —Hams, Side and Shoulders, which we will sell at thelowesiComs mission House prices. Mar‘JO —wAktwtf E. BARNARD At CO. A GREAT BARGAIN! THE Subscribers, having now purchased the entire pro perty of the Coweta Falls Manu facturing Company, offer the same for sale. It is one of the best situations for Milling and Manu facturing purposes iu the whole country, and will be sold on long credits, and the most liberal terms. Titles of Warrantee will be made. SEABORN JONES, PAUL J. SUM MBS, JOHN L. MUSTIAN, June 10. —wtwtf JAMES W. WARREN. Rf*al Irish Poteen Whisky. THE subscriber is now manufacturing the real Irish Poteen Whisky, at hisplace one and a half miles from Columbus, which he warrants to be pure and genuine, and equal to the best Poteen Whisky manufactured under ground inlreland. Apart from its being a healthy and pleasant be verage, it is an excellent remedy for Colds, Diarrhoea, Worms, &c. For sale by the bottle at Brooks &. Chapman’s Drug Store, at Brassill & Co’s by the drink or and by the gallon at the distillery. ~ no ammaN mar6 —wtwtf BR ANN A TOPPII & NEWS [‘IPKB, OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES, FOR SizLE AT Rock Island Paper Mill Office, IN FRONT OF PALACE MILLS. TKKItfS CASH. iuoelßwtwtf GEORGlA—Stewart County. TWO MONTHS after date application will be made to the Court of Ordinary to sell the land belonging to the estate of Mahala Welch, late of said county deceased. . . , j Sept 9tsh w—2m E F KTROTEY, Adra’r TWO months after date application will be made to the Court of Ordinary of Talbot county for leave to sell the land and negroes, belonging to the estate of Mrs Elizabeth Duncan, late of Talbot county, dec’d. JOHN 8. DUNCAN, Adnunmrator. N*v. 10th, 18W THE UNION OF THE STATES, AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1858 ALABAMA WAREHOUSE. COLUMBUS, GA, ALLEN Sc CAMAK having purchased the interest of B. A- Sorsby in the above well known FIRE PROOF BRICK WAREHOUSE, would be glad to see their old friends and patrons at their new place of business, where they have formed aco partnership with J. W. King, under the name and style of KING, ALLEN & CAMAK, for the transaction of a general STORAGE AND COMMISSION BUSINESS Special attention paid to the Sale of Cotton and Produce, and the Receiving and Forwarding Marchpndise consigned to our care. Liberal Advances made on Cottoo in Store or for shipment to our friends in Savannah, Ch irles ton, New York or else where. Bagging and Rope furnished our customers at market prices. We solicit a share of public patronage, and picugij UUiWlYvwj W wl '— ~**~**tinn tn hll.4inp>.*tt mem it. J. W. KING. A. M. ALLEN, THOS. CAMAK. THE undersigned, in retiring from the Ware house business, takes great pleasure in re commending to his friends a continuance of their favor and patronage to the new firm. (Signed) B. A. bORSBY. Columbus, July 6 1858-d6m. A CARD. HAVING withdrawn from the firm of HUGHES DANIEL Sc CO., I cheerfully recommend them to all our former patrons, and the public generally. JOHN R. EASTHAM. THE Subscribers will continue under the same name and style—a general STORAGE Sc COMMISSION BUSINESS AT THE FONTAINE & LOWELL FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSES. Thankful for the past liberal patronage of our friends, we solicit its continuance, and pledge out individual exertions to please all who may entrusr their business to us. We are prepared to grant usual facilities to our customers HUGHES, DANIEL & CO.. Wm.H. Hughes, Wm. Daniel, Wesley C. Hodges. Aug. 5, tf. ~~1000 ACHES OF Flint River Lands, for Sale. THE undersigned being desirous of wind -4?s?3s|,ing up their business* offer for sale, on any to suit purchasers, a valuable settle mentof One Thousand Acres of hand, lying on the West side of the Flint River, ten miles north o! Oglethorpe, and ten miles “south cof Rey nolds. Two hundred acresof this settlement is num ber onepine land, the balance (800 acres) entirely swamp. The swamp land is lees liable to be innun dated by the River than any lands on said River in Macon county 1 and will doubtless make from 60 to 80bushelsofcorn per acre, and from 1500 to 2000 lbs of cotton. There are 80 acres of pine land, and 15 of Swamp cleared and in a state of cultiva tion. Water, healttaand society cannolbeexcelled in South Westerr Georgia. Apply to COOK to MONTFORT, Julyll—w&twtf. at Ogiethorpe.Ga. HARRISON K PITTS, AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND NEGRO BROKERS, 50 and 61 Broad street ( Columbus, Ga. WILL stiil continue the above line at our old stand. Thankful for the patronage hereto fore so liberally extended to us by our friends and the public, we hope by renewed exertions to merit its continuance. No efforts will be spared to give entire satisfaction to those who may confide their business to our care. We will give oar personal attention to the sale of Real Estate, Negroes, Merchandize and Pro duce. Having houses fitted up expressly for the purpose ,we are prepared to board, purchase and sell Negroes on Commission. Ltberal advances will be made as heretofore on Negroes and Merchandize. Administrators and Executors’ sales attended to on reasonable terms. jjgjrA Stock tof LIKELY NEGRGOESof all classes will be kept constantly on hand. CHAS. 8. HARRISON, GEORGE 1. PITTS. Oolmn bu s. Sept. 2,1858. —wtw ly FIFTY NEGROES WANTED. M - HAVING made our arrangements for the Fall trade, we desire to purchase 50 or Sixty Likely Negroes, of good character, consisting of yonng men, women, plough boys, and girls, for whom the hignest marketprice will be paid. Pers:n3 ha ving negroes for sale willfind it to their interest to give us a call. We will receive and sell Ne groes on Commission and no efforts will be spared to make satisfactory sales, for those who may place their negroes in our charge. Liberal advances always made on negroes when desired. Call at the Auction and Negro mart of HARRISON & PITTS, aug2l—-wtwtf 50 & 61 Broad Street. Great Inducements to LAND BUYERS: jjflgipA 1 offer the following genuine bargains gg g Jit to those who wish buy Land in Barbour fillcounty, Ala, 1, Iwill9ellmy home place, situated mites South of tne town of Clayton, at 83 per acre. This place contains One Thousand Acres*loooare cleared, 250 fresh, lies well, and is one of the'handsomest places in the country. The grow ing crop, which purchasers are invited to examine, will speak for the productiveness of the land. The woodland is heavily timbered with oak and hickory. The improvementsare of the best character, embrac ing a two-story house, with eight rooms, well built and in good repair. The health of the place is ex cellent, beyond al’ doubt; and there is an abun dance of the best water Fences iu excellent order, and the plantation improvemeutsas good as could be deir \u'immediateconnection with this place, I will •eff a body of 500 acres, 30 acres open, first rate fences and the other improvements pretiy good. Price $0 pe r acre. Sold separate or iu connection with the home place as preferred. 3 Also 900 acres of land three miles distaut irom the other places, known as the mill tract. On this •lace there are 300 acres land open, balance well tlmitered Health and water excellent and the land strong and productive. Price six dollars per acre. 4. Also, several Desirable Building Lots, m the town of Clayton t3 rCome.ouaudburb.rl H UA ; H _ M|I [ER Clayton, Ala. Aug. 20, 1858 —wtt. \ dministrator’s Sale. —Willbe sold on the 2 JL first Tuesday in January next, the house and lot in the town of Lumpkin, known as the residence ot Ma hala Welch, late of Stewart county, deceased. Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors ot said estate. Terms made known on the day of sale. N*r, 17, litf-wH* £. F. BXBBiKY. Ad'mr, MUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS, BROOKS & CHAPMAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, SIGN OF THE NEGRO MORTAR, COLUMBUS , GEORGIA. Have on hand,and are constantly receiving a large and well selected stock oi DRUGS, ME 101NES, CHEMICALS, DENTAL AND SURGICAL IN STRUMENTS, PAINTS, OIL, DYE STUFFS, And all other articles pertaining to their busi mess, which they offer at the lowest prices, and warrant them fresh and genuine. FAMILY MEDICINES, Fhysicianjs bills, put up with neatness at all times of the day and night. FANCYGOODS, LUBIN’S Handkerchief Extracts, fine Cologne Waters, tine Soaps and pomades, also Hair and Tooth Brushes of English and French manu facture. Sold by BROOKS Sc CHAPMAN. Sept. 23. d—tf. BRANDIES AND WINES. IT'OR Medicinal and culinary purposes- Sold by BROOKS & CHAPMAN. Sept. 23 d—tf. PORTER ANDALE. SOLD by BROOKS Sc CHAPMAN. Sept, 23. and —tf. TOBACCO AND SEGARS. SOLD by BROOKS & CHAPM AN. Sept. 23. d—tf. BURNING FLUID. SOLD by BROOKS 6} CHAPMAN. Sep.. 23. d—tf. GREY POTASH. XN iars or otherwise. Sold by BROOKS Sc CHAPMAN. leaiT andoilsT” Union White Lead, Linseed Oil, Sperm Oil, Whale Oil', Lard Oil, Neatsloot Oil, Train Oil, &c. Sold by BROOKS Sc CHAPMAN. Sept. 23 d-tf LOST. ABREAST PIN in the shape of a bunch of grapes, near the Methodist Church. The finder will be liberally rewarded by calling at d&w tf BROOKS Sc CHAPMAN. New Fall & Winter Goods, 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 lor our house, together with our usual stock of Staple and Domestic fabrics. Also fine Bed Blankets, Negro Blankets, Brogans, Kersey, fyc., &c. We beluw name a lew of our leading styleß; 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 pattern ; Chintz Figured French DeLaines ; Rich Figured ‘merican DeLaines; French Figured Cashmeres; Black Alpacas; French Merinos ; Two Jupeß, 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 , Black Bombazines ; English, French and American Gringhams ; French, English, and the beet American Prints, &c.,&c. 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, fyc-, among which is the Circular Shawl. We also have our usual stock of Cloth and Velvet Talmas. Biollis’best Black French Broad Cloths, Black French Doeskins, Beaver Cloths, real French Fan cy Cassimeres, Satinets, Sheeps Greys, Tweeds, Jeans, &c.,&c. New style Chenille Bonnets, Bonnet Ribbons, French Flow’rs, Vel Ribbons, S’k Belts, best Kid Gloves at 75c., Ladies’Cotton, Wool and Silk tlosiery, Head Dresses, Scarfs, Ladies’ Silk and Cashmere Gauntlets, &e., & c. We keep a stock of Embroidered Sleeves, Col lars, Bands, Edgings, &c.. eecdnd to no house in Georgia. Our stock of these goods is now very complete. We are well prepared to offer inducements to buyers of Osnaburgs, Kerseys, Liud?°ys, Sheetings Shirtings, Stripes; Ticks, &e., and have a very complete stock of Ladies and Gent’s line Shoes Negro Brogans, Kip Brogans, Fine Call 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 Caps for Boys. READY-MADE CLOTHING. On the second floor, over ©ur stock of Dry Goods, we keep a good assortment of ready made Clothing. jgpP We buy our goods mostly for cash, and sell ex lusively for cash at short profits, ihus sav ing lor our patrons at least a difference of fifteen to twenty-five per cent, from the usual Creditsystem. We earnestly solicit a call, believing that we will in every case, be able to GIVE ENTIRE SAT ISFACTION. GEO. W. ATKINSON & TAYLOR, Broad street, one door south of Randolph street, below the Post Office, Columbus, Ga. Sept 24th w -tf NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS, WE, the undersigned, inventors of the Iron Screw Press, lake pleasure iu calling at tention to this Press, for which we have obtained Letters Patient. From experience we are satisfied that this Press is not only capable ol pressing co ton to the u-ual size, but with a small additional cost of compession at the Gin to a size suitable tor shipment by sea going vessels. The cost now for compressing is from/0 to 90 cents per bale, which indirectly comes out of the planter. This Press ia , durable, as all of its bearing and straining parts are of Iron.simple and suitable for negro manage ment. We are making arrangements to put up the Press at all suitable points for inspection.. For further information, address us at Selma, Ala., ■ or D. A Hobb e, Journal Office, Montgomery, 1 Ala.,or E. C. Corbett, Columbus, Ga. W. F. * C. J. PROVOST. Auguat 8, ’47-wtf. BARBOUR COUNTY LANDS FOR SALS. HAVING purchased land in the West, I now offer tor sale both my p'autations, lying on the North Cowikee Creek. The place on winch 1 now reside, known as the Barna Ivey Plantation contains 2.475 acres, 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 of cultivation, thoroughly drained, with a large num ber ot well located ditches. The dwelling is commodious, having 6 large rooms, neatly finish ed, and is situated within the corporate limits o Glennville, convenient to the Colleges and Churches. The 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 grist mill, all in good order. Lying broadside this place is my other planta tion, recently owned by Col. W. H* Owens, con taining 901 acres. The dwelling, out-hoases, gin house and screw are all new and well finished, ter tinned’ ‘to TSWin : wMru'nbT ob)Uev i.Pmviudfg my lands to suit purchasers. To those acquainted with these I nds 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 Alabama. Glennville is noted for the morality, intelligence and refinement of its citizens. It is situated 12 miles from the Mobile and Girard Railroad, 6 miles from Jernigan, a s’earnboat landing on the Chattahoochie river, and 16 miles from Eufaula, to which point the South-Western Railroad of Georgia will soon be completed. For further par ticulars, address me at Glennville, Alabama. P.S. As 1 am axious to carry out my plans west I propose if 1 can find a purchaser for the above named lands, to let them go at the low price of 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. 22, 1858. d&wtf ~ THE LIVER INVIGORATOR, PREPARED IBY D il. SANDFO R D, COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS. IS one of the best Purgative and Liver Mcdicint now before the public, that acts as a Cathartic, easier, milder, and more effectual than any other medicine known. It is not only a cathartic, but a Liver Remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject its morbid matter then on the Stomach and Bowels 1 0 carry oil the matter, thus accomplishing two purposes etfec'ually, without any of the painful lee lings experienced in theoperation of most Ghathar ticß. It strengthens the system at the same time that it purges it; and when taken daily in moderate do ses, will strengthen and build tip with unusual rapidity. The Liver is one oi tors oi the human bo forms its functiouswell, tem are tally develop most eniireiy depend tion of the Liver lor the its functions, when the oowelsare at fault, and ersin consequence 01 er- having ceased to disease of that organ, has made it his study, j than twenty years, to wherewith to counter meuts to which it is l To prove that this re-1 any person troubled I plaint, in any of its | bottle, aud convictioi | These gums remove, ter tiom the system, a healthy flow of bile, mach, causing food to I ing the blood, j to the whole machine-j oi the disease. —effec- Blliout* attacks what is better, occasional use ot the tor. Onedoseafter eating! the stomach and pre | rising and sc uring j Only one"dose taken 1 vents Nightmare.; Only one dose taken bowels gently, and One dose taken after Dyspepsia. of two j ways relieve Sick j One dose taken lor I move the cause of the) periect cure. Only onedose imme- ( while ( One dose often repea f Cholera Morbus, Cholera. ) 4®-“Only one bottle) of the system theeffects j sickness. bottle tak-l movesail sallownes3 or ( the skin. j One dose taken a) ing gives vigor to the J food digest well. One dose oftea repeated cures Chronic Diar rhoea, in its worst forms, while S U M M E R and Bowel complaints yield almost to the first dose. One or two doses cures attacks caused by" Worms in Children; there is no surer, safer, or speedier remedy in the world, as it never fails. A few bottles cures Dropsy, by exciting the absorbants. We take pleasure in recommending this medi cine as a preventive for Fever and Ague, Chills, Fe ver, and all Fevers of a Bilious Type, It operates with certainty, and thousands are willing to testify to its wonderlui virtues. All who use it are giving their unanimous testimo ny in its favor. Mix waterin the mouth with the Invigoratoiand swallow both together. THE LIVER INVIGOR ATOR, Is a scientific Medical Discovery, and is daily wor king cures almosttoo great for belief. It cures as it by magic, even the first dose, giving benefit, and seldom more than one bottle isfrequired to cure£any kind of Liver Complaint, from the worst jaundiceor dyspepsia to a common headache, ail ol which are the result ol a diseased liver. • Price Ono Dollar per Bottle. SANFORD at CO. Proprietors,34s Broadway,New York WHOLESALE AREHTB. Barnes & Park New York; T. W. Doytt & Sons, Philadelphia; M. S. Burr A- Cos. Boston; H.H. Hay Ac Cos. Portland; John D. Park, Cincinnati; Gaylard & Hammnd; Clevelaond, Fahnstock &. Da vis'Chica go; O. J. Wood & Cos. St. Louis Geo.H. Keyser, Pittsburg; 8. S, Hance, Baltimore. And retailed by all Druggists. Sold Wholesale and Retail by J. S.PEMBERTOiN & CO., BROOKS & CHAPMAN, DANFORTH fif NAGEL, May2fl—wtwly and all Dmsergists. NEGROES AT EXECUTOR’S SALE. Georgia, Talbot County.—By authority of the last will of John Stinson, deceased, I will sell before the Court House door in the Town of TaU botton, between the usual hours of sale, on the first T. esday in December next, twenty-seven likely negroes, consisting of men, women and children, sold lor distribution between the legatees of John Stinson; deceased. JAMES M STINSON, Ex’rof John Stinson, dec’d. October 28, wide* [ the principal regula | dy; aud when it per , the the sys ! . “iiestomachis al ( en on the healthy ac tau per peformance o: ) stomach is at fault the | the whole system sutf j oue organ—the Liv 1 doits duty. For the [one of the proprietori in apractice of more find some remedy act the mauy derange tiable. medyisat last found, with Liver Corn forms, has but to try a is certain. all morbid or bad mat supplying in their piact i iVigorating the Sto digest well, pwrify giving tone aud health ry, removing (he cause ting a radical cure, are cured, and, prevented, by the Liver Invigora is sufficient .to relieve vent the lood from before retiring, prt at night, loosens the cures Costiven each meal will cure tea-spoonsful vvillal- Headache. female obstruction re disease, and makes a diately relieves cholic, ted Is a sure cure for and a preventative oi is needed to thiowoui of medicine aftera long en for Jaundice re unnatural color from short time before eat appetite and makes [CD! b h b b 0 b !b v iH \< ltd $ i si 0; 0 W > 0 a t PEYTON H. COiaXTITT, ( itorg JAMES W. WARREN. { iaitorß ’ MUSCOGEE RAIL ROAD. Change of Schedule. ON and afterMLe 15th July. 1858, the Evening .Mail Train wuiieave Columbu* at 3.45 P. M. and ar rive at Macon at 9.18 P. M. Leave Macon at 9.45 A M. arriveat Columbus at 3.45 P M The Morning Mail Train wtll leave at 4.UQ A. M. andarrive at Macon9.so A. M. Leave Macon at 11.45 P. M. arriveat Columoua 5.35 A. • J.L. MUSTIAN,Supt. Columbus,: July 15—twfcwti CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. MON TCOMEk i ”Aa u TV LU X X VIJO a RAIL ROAD COMPANY. MONTGOMERY, Nov. 19,1857. ON and after this date the PASBKNGER TRAINS on this road w*. begovorued by tneiollowing SCHEDULE: DAY TRAIN. Leave Montgomery 8.30a. m. Arriveat West Point 3.30 p. m. Arrive at Columbus it.sop.rn. Returning—Leave West Point 9.30 a.m. Leave columbue 10.00 a.m. * Arriveat Montgomery 4.00 p. m. NIGHT TRAIN. Leave Montgomery 5.20 p. m. Arriveat Weat Point 12,50a.m. “ Columbus 1.00a.m. Returning—Leave West Point 7.30 p. m. Leave Oolumbuß 7.30 p.m. Arrive at Montgomery 2.30 a.m. Through tickets can be obtained (io. Double Daily Connections) to Atlanta Chattanooga and Nasnville, and daily connections to Huntsville Memphis and Knoxville. S.G.JONES Eug’r.fc Sup. FREIGHT ARRANGEMENT BETWEEN ATLANTA* COLUMBUS. BV an arrangement between the Railroad Com panies composing the two routes from Atlanta to Columbus, concluded at their Convention at &a vannah on the itith instant, it was agreed that the following rates between Atlanta and Columbus *uali govern, taking etleot Iren* the first day of A/ay 1857. VIA WEST POINT. Corn per bushel, lie. Wheat 12. Oatsß. Bacon vVnisky Flour in sacks or barrels, per 100 lbs. 35c Bagging, Rope Lard iu cans or bbis., per IOU lbs 45c. Coal,. Pig iron, by car load, per ton of 2000 tbs. $3.75. VIA MACON. Corn per busel 14c. W heat 15c. Oats 10c. Bacon, vVhisky, Flour in hacks or Bbls., per 100 lbs, 44c. Bagging,Rope Lard, iu cans or bbls.. per 100 lbs. 55c. Coal, Pig Iron, by car load, per ton of 2006 lbs. $4.08. J. MUST!AN, President and Superintendent Muscogee tt.R GEO. W. ADAMS, Superintendent Southwestern Railroad. EMERSON FOOTE, Superintendent Macon and Western Railroad. GEO.G. LULL, Superintendent Atlanta and LaG range R.R. SAMUEL G. JONES, Engineer and {superintendent M.teW.P. Railroau. May 30,1837 —w&twli. MOBILE AND GIRARD R. R. . at 2 F, *u daily connecting at Silver Run with a dailyline oi Stages to Viliula, Glennviile,Eufaula, For (.Gaines, and Marianna,Fla. And at Guerytuu daily, with the Stages for Uchee Olivet, Enon, Chun nenuggee, Midway, Hardaway, Pero and Union •Sprin s. L* Dying Guerytonat 4 A. M., daily, the Cars will reaci* Girard at 7 A. M., connecting with the Opo likaanu Muscogee Trains. Receipts must accompany Freight shipped. ur All freight mustbepaid before goods willbe lisebarged. Freight delivered at the Depot before 4 o’clock P.M. wlii be shipped the following day. Ft eights for stations No. 1 (Fort Mitchell,) and N0.5 (ro.sous’) must be prepaid. Way freignt must in all cases be paid m advance JOHN HOWARD, mar2s 1857-wfetwtf. Engineei & tfup. CHAGG OF SCHEDULE. SAVANNAH & CHARLESiON STEAM-PACK KJ LINE. RUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE North Eastern R. R. of South Ga. _ THE SPLENDID AND FAST BUN MINING STEAMER GORDON, F. arden. Commander, leaves Bavan* BeggiwSiEfflMlfcnnhfnr :hriitnn every Sunday and Wednesday afternoons at 3 o’clock, and connects at Charleston with the morning train of the North Eastern Railroad, going North. Returning leaves Charleston every Monday and Friday night at 8 o’clock, (alter the arrival of the carson theN.E, R. R.) and arrives at Savannah early next mornings. By this route passengers can obtain through tick ets to and from Savannah,Ga. and Wilmington, N C. Having a through freight arrangement with the Central K. Road and Its connections, all freights be tween Charleston and the Interior of Georgia, con. signed to the agents of this line, will be forwarded with despatch and free of charge. J. P. BROOKS, AgentSavannab. E.LAFITTE AGO, Ag’ts.Charleston Jan 15—w&twt f XL BARNARD Sc CO. COLUMBUS, QA, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS & PROVISION DEALERS gj, HAVE oa hand, and will constantly keep C; a large and well selected Stock, embracing kb every article in their line, which are offered J to their friends and the public, at the lowest market prices Come and see us. Columbus, Sept. 29. 1857. w&twtf. CIGARS DIRECT IMPORTATION, \ A A BOXES Havana Cigars of various brands JLV/U lor sale at small advances for Cash by Jan 19 —wtwtf E. BARNARD & CO. TO THOSE INDEBTED. WE hereby give notice that all claims dus us,'and not paid or satis ach.rtly arranged, prior to the next return day of the respectivecounties in which the parties reside, will be sued. None shall be sllgh- U 'roar2o—wtwtf. E BARNARD A CO. NOTICE, ALL persons indebted to the estate of Thos. Davis,late of Muscogee county, either by note or account, will please call and settle ..them, and those holding notes or accounts will present them. THOS. J. DAVIS, Agent. October 23 1858... w4od. NUMBER 72