It. ELLIS & Cos., Proprietors,
s:j)c UDailn crimes
j ? Published every morning (Sundays excep
te(|i ;l t SIX DOLLARS per annum, in advance.
< e yen Dollars if not paid before the end of year.
(£i)e iDceklj) crimes
Is ol)lished every TUESDAY MORNING,
at Two'Dolllarsper annum, strictly in advance.
njlice on Randolpli Street, Opposite tlie
Advertisements of five lines and loss in either
the Daily or Weekly Times, will he inserted at
00 cents for the first insertion and 25 cents for each
Advertisments exceeding five lines will ?be
charged 10 cents per line for the first, and five
cents for each subsequent insertion.
Displayed advertisements will he charged for
the space they occupy.
The following are the contracting rates change
able at pleasure.
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Sales of Land and Negroes, by Administrators,
Executors, and Guardians, are required by law to
be held on the first Tuesday in the month be
tween the hours often in the forenoon and three
in the afternoooß, at the Court House in the coun
ty in which the property is situate. Notices of
the sale must be given in a public gazette forty
days previously to the day of sale.
Notice of the sale of personal property must be
given at least ten days previous to the day of sale.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors of an Estate
must be published forty days.
Notice that application will be made to the
Court of Ordinary for leave to sell Land or Ne
groes, must be published weekly two months.
Citations for Letters of Administration must be
published thirty days—for Dismission from Ad
ministration, monthly six months—for Dismission
from Guardianship, forty days.
Rules for Foreclosure of Mortgage must he
published monthly for four months —for establish
ing lost papers for the space of three months —
for compelling titles from Executors or Adminis
trators, where a bond has been given by the de
ceased, the full space of three months.
Publications will alwads be continued accor
ding to these, the legal requirements, unless oth
erra T TUT ITS
Randolph Street, Columbus, Georgia.
ii AVING iu successful operation two of t HOE
i l & CO’S CALENDER PRESSES
RUNNING BY STEAM,
We arc prepared to execute, at short notice, every
BOOK AND JOB FEINTING,
in unsurpassed style, as cheaply as can bo done
anywhere iu the South. _ •
We have on hand a large variety of NEAY JOE
TYPE and shall keep a constant supply of
Plain & Fancy Paper & Cards,
Our facilities for turning off this kind of work,
with promptness and despatch, will make it great
ly to the interest of persons in want ot
DECLAR ATI ON S,
BILLS OF LADING,
Blanks of every description, &c. &c.
ALSO, RAILROAD & STEAMBOAT BLANKS
GrX'tras trs a gall.
This Department is under the management m
Air D S. PORTER, whose long experience and
acknowledged reputation as a Job Printer, aw a
sufficient guarantee that all work ent rutt ■
car e will he executed with energy and faithfulness
% We have now in connection with the office a
of Miv jl’ m. CLARK (late of’lMdladelphhO
this branch of our business, we pledge ourcs
to give the most perfect satisfaction in the manu
facture of all styles ot
Ledgers, Account Boots, Dockets,
Court Records. Steamboat and Rail
Road Blank Books, &c,
AVe intend not to he outdone in the sty le and
finish of our work, in either department, •>’
establishment South, and that we may be able to
make our prices satisfactory, wo have adopted t e
CASH SYSTEM. nn
Jan. 1,1859. R.ELLIb&CO.
A. IS. SEAX.S,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
5\ ill practice in the cdunt-tes of Harris, Musco
gee, Talbot, Meriwether and Troupe.
Particular attention will be paid to collections.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
nOBT. K. HOWARD. WALTLIt 11. WEEMS.
Crawford, Ala. June 8. w&dtf.
W. Mi. Johnson,
Chfiuahoocbee County, *Ga.
Gives his entire attention to the practice in Chat
tahooehee and adjoining counties.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OIJTIIBERT, RANDOLPH CO., GA. ‘
Will practice in the counties of Randolph,
Calhoun, Terrell, Early, Clay, Baker, Dougherty
Miller and Stewart.
Refer to—Wellborn, Johnson & Sloan, Attor
neys at Law, Columbus, Ga.
All business entrusted to his care will receive
immediate attention. June (i ’sß—wdtf.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TALBOTTGN, Talbot Cos., Ga.
October 24, ISSS. w&(ltf.
Moses & Laws,
ATTORNEYS AX LAW,
R. J. MOSES. WM. A. LAWS.
next door to the Post
Sept. I, 1858. dwtf.
> W. F. Lee, D. ©. S.
]1 1I } Sll (N, •
OFFICE Corner Broad and Randolph Streets,
December 17, 1850. w&dtf.
J. FOGLE & BOW,
DEN T ISTS,
YiM-Office on Randolph Street, near Broad,
COLU M BUS, GA.
Columbus, Dee. 9, 1857. d&wtf.
MANLEY & HOUSES.
ARE now in receipt ot one of the best and most
carefully selected laii stocks, they have ever
ofie red to their customers, prices low, andstyl.es
Robe a lea Silas in great variety,
Robe ales Delaines
Rohe ales Merinoe’s
Plain worsted Dcchines
Blk Stik Rob 9 a les.
7-8 and 10-4 TABLE DAMASK,
Linen Sheeting 100 inches wide,
Pillow Linen 40 and 45 inches,
Napkins, Doylies, &c.
A Superior Lot ot
GERMAN AND ENGLISH HOSIERY.
10 11-12 and 13-4 MARSAILES QUILTS-
Superior Bed Blankets, •
WOOL H \TS; &e.
VELVET, BRUSSELLS. 2 and
3 PLY CARPETS,
RUCrS, 4* c ‘
Our stock ot WHITE GOODS and EMBROI
DERIES was never better. ilnr
MANLEY is HODGES.
Sept 24, d—tf.
IT %mmm & e*.
WHOLESALE AND RET AT L
GROCERS & PROVISION DEALERS
arm* HAVE on hand anil will continue to receive
Btf a large and well selected slock, embracing eve-
Rnl* rv article in their line, which are ottered to their
trienils and the public at market prices- Conic
iiudsee us. Bept2 1807-dwtt
F LANB ON,
IS STILL AT THE SIGN OF THE
y & - r i
BIG fcsggd HAT
where may be found all kinds, sorts, sizes, de
scriptions,qualities and quantities ot HA IS A.>D
CAPS, and the prettiest Children’s Hats & Caps.
Columbus, Ga.,Oct. E 5, 1858. w&dtf
WRAPPING & NEWS P iPER,
OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES,
FOR S-fc LB AT
Rock Island Paper Mill Office,
IN FRONT OF PALACE MILLS.
TERMS CASH. ninel6wtwtf
MTIIE residence at present occupied by
the Rev. Mr Watt, oonosite Mr Slade’s
possession given the Ist Jai.. next. Also
two vacant lots adjoining, with the storoon Broad
street No 34, at present occupied by C. Michael
as a Furniture store, possession given the first ot
October. The above property be retiled if
not sold. TPHriIT
Sept 24, d-ii. or T G nOL 1 ■
ATOTICETO debtors and creditors.—ah
j\ nersons indebted to the estate ot George Gullen.
kite of Muscogee countv, Ga.. deceased, are requested
to make immediate payment; andffljfee ho urn ik s.
claims or demands against
them dulvauthenticated to me,tthtn the time i
%ec y . l^wtT y, ' iem WM. R. TURMAN, Adm’r.
THE UNION OP THE STATES, AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OP THE STATES.
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1858
FIFTY NEGROES WANTED.
. HAVING made our a-rangements for
Jgiofl the Fall trade, we desire to purchase
50 or Sixty Likely Kegroes,
—%J a of good character, cotisisting oi young
men, women, plough boys,and girls, for whom
the hignest inarketprice will be paid. Pets;ns 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 dibits will be spared
to make satisfactory sales, for those who may
place their negroes in our charge.
Liberal advances always made on negroes when
Call at the Auction and Negro mart of
HARRISON & PITTS,
au2l—wtvvtf 50 & 61 Broad Street.
1000 ACRES OF
Hint Rivor Lands; for Bale.
THE undersigned boing.deairous ot wind
sV;;g!S,ing up their business*offer Tor sale, on suy
to suit purchasers, a valuable settie-
One Thoasaad Acres ot Band,
lying on the West slue of the Flint River, ten miles
north el Oglethorpe, and ten miles ’’south . of Rey
nolds. Two hundred ucreso! this settlement is num
ber ouepine land, the balance (800 acres) entirely
swamp. The swamp land is less liable to be innun
dated by the River than any lands ou said River
in Macon county, and will doubtless make from
60 to sobushels of corn per acre, and from 1500 to
2000 lbs of cotton. There are 80 acres of pine land,
and !sof Swamp cleared and in-a state of cultiva
tion. Water, health and society cannotbe excelled
In South Westerr Georgia. Apply to
COOK ic. MONTPORT,
July!!—v.'&fi'.vtf. at Oglethorpe.Oa.
FOit S.iLE. Hgfc
subscriber has on hand a few the
I manufacturing.of l’E AGH BRANDY or WHIS
KEY, which be will sellat very low prices. Also
Tin, Sheet Iron and Japan W dfe.
of every variety :*ftd description, which can be bought
at She lowest rat*s.
Done at short notice and on the most liberal terms.
J. B. 111CKS, Agents,
Next door below Sans Souci, Broad Street.
July 18, 1858—dwtf.
HE 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 mamuiaclured under ground iulreland.
Apait from its being a healthy and pleasant be
verage, it is an excellent remedy for Colds,
Diarrhoea, Worms, &e. For sale hy the bottle
at Brooks & Chapman’s Drug Store, at Brass! 11 &
Co’s the drink or otherwise, and by the gallon
at the distillery.
marG—wtwtf A, BRAN NA 0
hSeHISON 4 PITTS,
AUCTION & COMMISSION
59 and G 1 Broad Street,Columbus, Cta.
\T7 iI.L stiil continue the above line at our old
VV stand. Thankful tor the patronage hereto
fore so Liberally extended t.o 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 our persona! attention to the
sale of Real Estate, Negroes, Merchandize and Pro
duce. Having houses fitted up expressly ior the
purj>ose,we are prepared to board, purchase
ani sell Negroes on Commission.
Liberal advances wHi Lie made as heretofore on
Negroes and Merchandize.
Administrators and Executors’ sales attended to
ou reasonable terras.
A Slock of LIKELY NEGRGOL&oI all
classes will be kept constantly on hand.
Oil AS. S. HARRISON,
GEORGE i. PITTS.
DAMASKS, DIAPERS &c.
CONSUMERS of Richardson’s Linens, and those de
) sirous ofobtainiugthe GENUINE GOODS,should
see that the articles they purchase are sealed with the
full name of the firm,
Ba©K]Ao®@@Kl* & ©TOEKL
as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of toe
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,
Vegardless of the injury thus indicted alike on the Aine- ;
rican consumer and ili” manufacturers of the genuine j
goods, will not readily abandon a business so profitable j
while purchasers can be imposed on with goods of a j
J. BULLOCKS & J. B. LOCKE,
noy. Ifi —dly. Agents .'!() Church Ktreet, N. Y.
r.; Ur t of Ordinary, Oclobsr Term 1858.
rrniEREAS Hilliard C J. Williams, administra-
V y thiof cn ihe estate of John A’ Williams,dec’d,
petitions this Court ioi letters of itisii'ission from
it is therefore ordered, that ail persons concern
ed, be required to shew cause, i? any they have,
within the time presciibcd by law, wby said -etters
should not be granted.
A true transcript from the minutes of said Court,
this October 4ih. I85 y ,
Oct. 7, 1858. w—Cm E. G. R AIFORD, Ord.
GEORGIA, Talhot County.
Wwhreas Archibald Atkinson applies to me for
letters of guardianship of the person and property of
jasper Snellings and Martha Spellings, orphans of
Henry Snellings. deceased.
These are therefore to tile and admonish all persons
feeling an interest in said guardianship to be and appear
at my office within the time prescribed by law. then and
there to show cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not he granted.
Given under my official signature, tins 10th Decern
MARION BETHUNE, Ordinary.
Dec. 13, w4od.
GEORGIA —Chattahoochee County:
TATTIUREAS Robert C. Patterson and Marthaßrow-
VV ning ajiply to me for letters of Administration on
tlie estate of Perry ,deceasad, late of said
county: . , „ , .
These are therefore to cite and admonish ad and sin
gular. the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to ap
pear at my office and file their objections, if any they
have, on or before the second Monday in January next
otherwise Letters will be granted t<> said applicants.
Given under my hand at office. Dec. 0.1555.
Dec 13—w30d ‘ E. G RAIFORD, Ordinary.
Chattahoochee Court of Ordinary Dee. Term ISSS
Present E. G. Raiford, Ordinary.
TTPON the Petition of Hyman Albritten. Administra-
U tor on the estate of Green Bently. deceased:
It is ordered that all persons concerned, shew cause,
if any they have, why said Administrator should not be
discharged from said administration by order of said
Court, on tlie first Monday in June. 1859.
A true transcript from the minutes ot said Court,
December 14, 185S. „ _
dec IS—>v6in. E. G. RAIFORD, Ordinary.
DRUGS, DRUGS, DRUGS,
BROOKS & CHAPMAN,
WHOLES A l,r. ANI) RETAIL
SIGN OF TIIF. NEGRO MORTAR,
COLUMBUS , GEORGIA.
Have on hand, and are constantly receiving a
large and weil selected stock ot
DRUGS, ME ICINEB, CHEMCALS,
DENTAL AND SURGICAL IN
S’ TRUK ENTS, P AIN IS, Oi L,
And all other articles pertaining to their busl
ines-, which they ofier at the lowest prices, and
warrant them fresh and genuine.
As well as Physiciahjs bills, put up with neatness
at all tunes o! me day and nignt.
LUBIN’S Handkerchief Extracts, fine Cologne
Waters, fine Soaps and pomades, also Hair
and Tooth Brushes of English and French manu
iactuie. Sold by BROOKS & Cli APM AN.
Sept. 23. d—tf.
BRANDIES AND WINES.
IT OR MciUcmal purposes. Sold i.y
: _ BROOKS A CHAPMAN.
PORTER AND AI^I.
Q CfeD by -
kj BROOKGIU PMAN.
SOLD by jA
& BROODS CHfkMAN.
I N jiirs or otherwise. Sold’
I B cy ApJH N.
‘l'Jf ufon A nite L. Oil,
t OAMAK httviw?* purchased the
j\ interclt of LI. A. Sorshy tu the above well
known FIRE PROOF BRICK WAREHOUSE,
would be glad to setTlliei- old friends and patrons
at their new place of busira*, where they have
formed aco partnership with J. VV. King, under
the name ami style of.
KING, ALLEM & OAMAK,
for the transaction of a general STORAGE AND
Special attention paid to the Sale of Cotton and
Produce, and the Receiving and Forwarding
Marchandise consigned to our care.
Liberal Advances made on Cotton in Store or
for shipment to our friends in Savannah, Charles
ton, New York orel-cwhere.
Bagging and Rope furnished our customers at
We solicit a share of public patronage, and
pledge ourselves, by close attention to bu.-iuess to
J. W. KING.
A M. ALLEN,
rpHE undersigned, in retiring from the Ware
|. house business, takes great pleasure in re
commending to his friends a continuance of their
favor and patronage to the new firm.
(Signed) B. A. SORSBY.
Columbus, July 9,1858-d Gm.
fpilE undersigned offer for sale the above -standard
L brand of PURE RYE VVHIBKEY, of their own
distillation in barrels and* half 1 barrels. The quality of
this Whiskey, known so favorably in the Hotlth for the
past eight years, will always he kept up to its former
| high standard, and purchasers and consumers can rely
| upon it- being a perfectly pure Rye Whiskey, distilled
i under our own personal supervision, atid entirely tree
! from deleterious substances, which often render Whis
kies so objectionable. In addition to the above, we
have on hand in New York, as well as Philadelphia,
perhaps the largest stock of fine Rt'P Whiskies in the
United Bfafps. and are enabled to ship goods from eiih
ercitv direct to any Southern poim.
The above Whiskies are all from our own distilling,
*from selected grain, and are constantly improving hy
age; and we otter them to the trade from firsi hands
upon the most liberal prices and terms.
FREEMAN & SIMPSON, Pbcenix Distillery.
No. 1: 9 South Front Street, Philadelphia, and
Oct —2odly. 9ti Wall Slreet, New York.
ID JP„~hT - O O O TD S
BY KAURIS OK & PITTS,
\Y7"E now have in store, and are daily receiving from
V New York, a line assortment of first class
STAPLE and EAKCY DRY-GOODS,
AND FANCY ARTICLES
Which will be offered at Auction and Private Sale,
through the season, and to which we invite the atten
tion of our friends and the public generally. The
stock consists ir. part of the following articles,viz:
Prints of every style, White Briliiantc, Muslin de
Laities. Robes a’Les, de Laines Robes a’Quille, Valen
cia Flounced Robes, Cashmeres, Plewfaud Figured
Aloaccas. Ginghams. White and Red Flannels, Lind
seys, Cloths. Uassimeres. Sattinets. Tweeds, Kentucky
Jeans, Keystone and Morse Plaids, Allendale Sheetings
Irish Linens, Blankets. Bed Ticking, Bleached Do
mestiesl, Towels. Linen and Cotton Table Diaper. Linen
Napkins, Linen Cambric and Bordered Handkerchiefs,
Apron Checks, Hoes and Half Hoes, Shirts, Merino,
and Cotton Net Shirts. Razors, Table and Pocket Cut
tlerv. Needles. Spool Thread. Fancy Soaps “perfume
ry. Percussion Caps. Letter Paper. Envellops, and a
“Teat many other articles too tedious to mention.
r Our sales will continue nearly ever night during the
winter. We will also have one or two day sales in
each week. Ail goods olfoved at Auction warranted as
represented or no sale. KAKRISON & PI f t ts,
59 and 01 Broad Street.
E. J. Pinchard. Auctioneer.
Columbus October 8. 1858 - dtf.
\ DMIMSTRATOR’S SALE, —Will be sold before
A the Court House door in “the town of Talbotton,
Talbot county, Ga. on the first Tuesday in February
next, within die hours of sale, aareoably to an
order of the Court of Ordinary of said county, all of
the negroes belonging to the estate of Eldridge Adams.
l >.:e of said comity deceased —viz: Frank a man 28
years of age. Shack, a man 06 years old; Emily 28 yrs.
old and her bov child 3 vears old; Susan 30 years old.
and ber three children; Rosea child. Sold for thepur
pose of division. JOHN E. BARKESDALE.
Decl3—wtds Adm'rde bonis non.
COMPO IJ N D FLU ID,
Extract of Buchu.
“ BAROSMA C RENATA”
A Sovereign Remedy for Diseases of the
RY ORGANS, GRAV
BLADDER and URE
PROSTRATE, ami 15E
TINENCE of URINE
the parts concerned,
TIONS of the SKIN.
cine is earnestly re
cians and practition
tiic public generally,
persons of all ages and J
and can he i
EXTRACT of BUCHU
patient no matter itow adverse he may lie to taking
‘None genuine without the names of Epping and L.
Pierce & ro., blown upon each bottle.
MA.NUPAOTURED ONLY BY
BROOKS & CHAPMAN.
And sold by all respectable druggists the
couMi-y. sept? dwtf.
1 N VIGOR ATO R,
D R. SAND F O R 1),
COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY FROM GUMS.
iS one of the best purgative and Liver Medicines now
before the public, that acts us a Cathartic, easier
milder and mere 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 mattertlien
on the stomach and.bowels to carry off the matter,
thus accomplishing two purposes effectually, without
any of the painful feelings experienced in the operation
of most eathartics. It strengthens ihe system at tin
same time it purges it; and When taken daily in mod
erate doses, will strengthen and build up with unusual
The Liver is one of
tors of the human bo
forms ijs functions well
tom are fully developed
most entirely depend
lion oftlie Liver for the
its functions, when tlie
bowels at fault, and
ers ,in consequence of
er- having.* ceased to
diseases of that organ,
Iras made it his study,
than twenty years, to
wlierewiUf to counter
nieuts to which it is
To prove that this re
any person troubled
plaint, in any of its
bottle, and conviction
These gums remove
ter from the system,
a healthy flow of bile,
much, causing food to
ing tlie blood,
to the whole machine
of the disease —efii-.c
what is better,
occasioual use of the
One dose after eating
tlie stomach and pre
rising and souring.;
Only one dose taken
Only one dose taken
bowels gently, and
One dose taken after
iar< Inedose of two
ways relieve Sick
One dose taken for,
move tlie cause of the
Only one dose imme- 1
One dose often repea
■ bolera Ulurbus,
jgfJ-Only one bottle
of the systemthe effects
jrgr One bottle tuk-l
moves all sallowness or|
One dose taken a.
ing gives vigor to the]
food digest well.
One dose ofren repeated ernes 1 broitic Olnr
rhcca, in its worst forms, while Hummer and
Bowel complaints yield almost to the first dose,
One or two doses cures attacks caused by W ermt
in children; there is no surer, safer or remedy
in the world as it never fails.
E g*” A few bottles cures Dropsy, by exciting the
We take pleasure in recommending Ibis medicine
a> a preventative for Fever anti Ague, t> bills
Fever, and all Fevers of a Btsious Type,
It operates with certainly, amt thousands are willing to
testify lo its wonderful virtues.
All who use it are giving it their unanimous testimo
ny in its favor.
Mix water in the mouth with tlie Invigorator and
swallow both together.
THS LIVFjR INVISOR^TOa,
Is a scientific medical discovery, and is daily work
ing cures almost too great for belief, it cures as it by
magit. even tlie first dose giving benefit, and seldom
more than one bottle is required to cure any kind of
Liver Complaint, from the worst jaundice or dyspepsia
to a common headache, ail of which are the result of
a diseased liver. .
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
HANFORD & CO. Proprietors, 345 Broadway N 5 .
Barnes & Park, New York; T. VV. Doytt & Sons,
Philadelphia; MS Burr & Cos., Boston; If II Hay &
Cos. Portland; John 1) Park, -Cincinnati; Guylunl &
Hammond. Cleveland; Falmstock& Davis, Chicago;
O J Wood &. Cos. St. Louis; George 11 Keyser. Pitts
burg"; S S Trance, .Baltimore’ And retailed by all
Wholesale nud Retail by
J. S.PEMBERTON & CO.,
. BROOKS & CHAPMAN,
May 20, J 65S —d&w ly. and all Druggists.
T .EXECUTED in superior style at tlie office of the
Id “ ColiHnliUS Times/’ nSO
CIGARS DIRECT IMPORTATION,
j aa BOXES Havana Cigars of various brands
J for sale at small advances for Cash by
i9—wiwtt e. Barnard & co*
GEORGIA —Talbot County:
TXTHEREAS Elias T-. King applies to me for
VV of Administration with the will annexed on ihe
estate of Henry Snellings late of said county decease*
These are therefore to cite and admonish all andsin
guiar the kimfred and creditors of said .deceased to br
and appear at my otnee within the time prescribed lan
then and there to shew cause, if any they have, why
said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand and official signature, till- the
10th day of December, 1856.
Dec. 13—w40d MARION BETHUNE, Ord.
t LARGE SUPPLY constantly on hand, from the
\ Middle States, where the Rust did __ not prevail.
oct3o w2m GUNBA U CO
PEYTON H. COLQUITT, > F(litoTS
JAMES W. WARREN. <
MUSCOGEE IR_ Ui
c// .1 xa e o r sch E D ri. e.
ON and utter 15th July ISSB. tin: Evening Maif*
Train will lenve Columbus af 3.45 p. in., ami ar
rive at Macon at IUB p. in.
Leave Macon at 11.45 a. m. arrive at Columbus at
5.45 p. ni.
The Morning Mail Train will leave at 4.00a. m. ami
arrive at Macon 9.50a. in.
Leave Macon 11.45 p. m. arrive at fcgditmbus at
3.35 a. m. J. L. MUSTIAN, Supt.
Columbus, July 13—(Hvtf.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
MONTGOMERY AND WEST POINT
Tvmii it a rn.MPAISV.
MONTGOMERY, Nov. 19,1857.
OX and after this date the Passenger Trains on this
Hoad will be governed by the billowing Schedule
Leave Montgomery at 8)4 a. in.
Arrive West Point 5>4 p. in.
Arrive at Coluinlms 2.0t1p. in,
Returning—Leave West Point 9)4a.. in. t
Leave Columbus lu.oo am
Arrive ai Montgomery 4.00p.m.
T.eave Montgomery 5.20 p. in.
Arrive ai West Point 12.20 a in.
“ Columbus ...1.00 a. m.
Returning—Leave West Point 73tf P- m.
Leave Columbus 7)4 p. m.
Arrive at Montgomery 3vr. a. in.
Through tickets can be olOained (for Double Daily
Connections) to Atlanta, Chattanooga and Nashville,
and daily connections lo Huntsville, Memphis and
Knoxville. * S. (1. JONES.
July 10, —d&wtd Engineer & Hnpt.
BET WEEN A Tli AIN TA ioLUM 81/N.
Y an arrangement between the Railroad Companies
) composing the two routes from Atlanta to (lolmii
hus, concluded at their convention at Savannah onthe
Kith instant, it was agreed that the following rates
between Atlanta and Columbus shall govern, taking
effect from the Ist day ot May 1857.
VIA WEST POINT.
Corn per bushel 11c. Wheal 12; Oats 8; Bacon
Whisky,'Flour, in sacks or barrels per 100 lbs 35c:—
Bagging, Hope, Lard in cans or bids per 100 lbs “45c,
Coal, Pig Iron, by car load, per ton. #3.75.
Corn per bushel 14c. Wheat 15c. Oats 10c. Bacon,
Whiskey. Flour in sacks or barrels, per 100 lbs., 14e. -j
Ragging, Hope, Lard in cans or libls. per 100 pounds,
55Cents. Coal, Pig Iron, hy car load, per ton #4.68c.
J ’ NIITSTI AN,
President and Siipeiintendent Muscogee R R
CEO. W. ADAMS,
Superintendent Southwestern Railroad.
‘.AupcrinJeudeul Macon and Western Railroad.
CEO. C. HULL.
Superintendent Atlanta and LaCrangi; Railroad,
SAM’L C. JONES.
Engineer and Superintendent M, &.W.P. R. R.
May 30, 1858—d&vvtf.
1 KIDNEYS. I HIXA
j EL, STONE in the
) IC CATARRH of Hie
) IRRITATION of the
I SJIRA, diseases of ilie
j TENTION and INCON
from a loss of tone in
j Also, DYSPEPSIA.
J TISM and AFFEC-
I The above Modi
| commended to Pliysi-
I era. of medicine and
las it can be used by
habits, is pleasant to
readily taken by any
the principle regitla-.
dy. and when it per
tbe powers of the sys-
As the stomacii is al
ent on the healthy ac
proper performance of
sioniach is at fault ihe
(he Whole system suit'-’
one organ the Llv
do its duty. For tlie
one of the proprietors
in practice of more’
find some remedy
I act tlie many derauge
; medy is at last found,
-with Lfver Coai
! forms, lias but to try a
| is certain.
’ all morbid or bad mat
supplying in tiieir place
invigorating tie Sto
digest well, pwrify
giving tone and heEltii
ry, removing the cause
ting a radical cure,
are cured, and,
prevented, by the
Live r Invigara
is sufficient to relieve
vent the food rrom
before retiring pre
at night, loosens the
each meal will cure
tea spoonfuls will ai-
female obstructions re
disease, and makes a
liately relieves cliolic,
led is a sure cure for
and preventative of
is needed to throw out
of medicine after a long
en for Jaundice re
unnatural color from
short lime before oat
appetite and makes
MOBILE AND GIRARD R. B.
nnilE Passenger and Freight Train will leave Gi
i raid at 2p, in. daily, connecting at Silver Uun
with a daily line of Stages to Villain, Glennville Eiil'au
la, Fort Gaines and Marianna, Fla. And at Guerry
t.own daily with the stages for Uchee, Olivet. Enon,
Chnnnennnggee, Midway, llardatvay, l’erotc and
Leaving Guerrytown at 4 a. in. daily, the ears will
reach Girard at 7 a. ui., connecting with the Opelika
and Muscogee Trains. f *
(pr'Duplicate receipts must accompany all Freight
lilf’All freight must he paid before Goods will he
Frei giit delivered at the depot before four o'clock,
p. m. will be shipped the following day.
Freights for stations Number 1 (Fort Mitchell) and
Number 5 (Piersons,) must he prepaid
Way freight must, in all eases, lie paid in advance.
tnar2s, \ r )7—dwtf. .Engineer &. Hupt.
CBANGE OF SCHEDULE,
SAVANNAH & CHAiiLESiOxN
STEAM-PACK ET LIN E.
RUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE
North Eastern Eaiiroad of So. Ca.
~r'. THE SPLENDID and fast running
Steamer GORDON. F. Harden, C'oiu
leaves Savannah for Charles-
every Sunday and Wednesday af
ternoons at 3 o’clock, and connect at Charleston with
the morning train of the North Eastern Railroad going
north. Returning, leaves Charleston every Monda>
and Friday uiaht at 8 o’clock, (after the arrival of the
curs on the northeastern Railroad) and arrives at Sa
vannah early next moiling.
Uy this route passengers can obtain through tickets
to and from Savannah, and Wilmington. -N. (
Having a thorough freight arrangement with the
Central Railroad and it connections, ail freights be
tween ‘< hurleston and the Interior of Georgia, consign
ed to tile agents of this line, will he forwarded with
despatch and free of charge.
.1. P. KROOKS, Agent Savannah.
E, LAFITTE &l CO. Charleston.
BEDELL & WEEMS,
HAVE removed to the corner formerly occu
pied by W. A. Redd, & Go., iatcly by Watt
and Sappirigton, where they will keep constantly
on hand, a well selected stock of
consisting in part of Bacon, Bagging ami Rope
Sugar and Coflee, Liquors, <Vc. All ol which
they offer at the lowest market prices.
Aug. 30, 1855. wtf.
AN Overseer for a force of eighteen hands in South
Western Georgia. He must !e sober, industrious
and honest, and must furnish a recommendation of his
character in all three respects. A married man would
be preferred, but his family must be small. Apply in
person at this office. Novi —wtf.
A LARGE AND FRESH SUPPLY OF
LANERETH’S GARDEN SEEDS,
Just received and for sale By
nov27—d<fcw BROOKS & CHAPMAN.
Suu and Enquirer please copy.