By R. ELLIS & CO.
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IHE TRI-WEEKLY TIMES & SENTINEL
U published every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
THE WEEKLY TIMES & SENTINEL
la published every TUESDAY’MORNING.
Office on Randolph Street, opposite the P. O.
T E R M S:
TRI-WEEKLY, Five Dollars per annum, in advance.
WEEKLY, Two Dollars per annum, in advance.
Advertisements conspicuously inserted at One Dol
lar per square, for the first insertion, and Fifty Cents for
every subsequent insertion.
A liberal deduction will be made for yearly advertise
Sales of Land and Negroes, by Adminisirators.Execu’
tors 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 afternoon, at the Court House in
the county in which the property is situate. Nostices of
these 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 sale.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors of an Estate must be
published forty days.
Notice that application will be made to the Court of Or
dinary for leave to sell Lana or Negroes, must be published
weekly for two months.
Citatious for Letters of Administration must be published
thirty days—for Dismiesion from Administration, mommy
six months —for Dismission from Guardianship,forty days.
Rules lor Foreclosure of Mortgage must be published
monthly for four months—for establishing lost papers for
the lull space ot three months —for compelling titles from
Executors or Administrators, where a bond has been giv
en by the deceased, the full space or three months.
Publications will always be continued according to
these, the legal requirements, unless otherwise ordered.
PRINTING AND BOOK BINDIMG.
HAVING connected with our Printing Office a full
and complete assortment of Book Binder’s toolsand
tock, and also added to our Printing materials, we arenow
prepared to execute,in good style and with despatch,every
kind of work in either branch of the business, on thebest
BLANK WORK, of everydescnption.with or with
out printing, made to order, in the neatest manner.
WARE HOUSE PRINTING, Receipts, Drafts,
Notes, Bills of Lading, &c., &c., executed neatly and
promptly, and bound in any desired style.
RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT BLANKS,
olall kinds got up.with accuracy and dispatch.
Bill Heads, Cards, Circulars, Hand Bills,
Posters, Programmes, &,c.,&c.,printedin theshot
est notice and in the best style.
Magazine and Pamphlets put up in every style of
Bookso all kindsrebound strongly and neatly.
B.Y. MARTIN. J. J. MARTIN.
MARTIN & MARTIN",
Attorneys at Law,
Office on Broad Street— Over Gunby &, Daniel.
Columbus, Jan. 9, 1857. w&twlv -
attorney at law,
TALBOTTON, Talbot County, Ga.
October 24th, 1856. vvtwtf.
w. S. JOHNSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
C U S S E T A,
Chattahoochee County, Ga.
his satire attentionto the practice in Chattahoochee
adjoining counties. ap26—wtwly
BATJGH & SLADE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WlLLpracticelaw in Muscogeeaud tbeadjoiuiiit-counties
of Georgia and Alabama.
fJT Office over Bank of Columbus, Broad street.
ROBERT BACBII. J - J -
Columbus. Ga. March 27 1837. wtwtf
MOBLEY & FAELEY,
ATTOR VE Y S AT LA IV,
Hamilton, Geo. Feb. 4. 1858. wtwy
ATTORNEY A LAW,
Cuthbert, Randolph County, Georgia.
virILL practice in the counties ot Randolph, Caihoun,
W Terrell, Early, Clay, Baker, Dougherty, Miller and
Wellborn, Johnsou & Sloan, Attorneys at Law, Colum
All business intrusted to his care will receive immedi
ate attention. June 6, 1858—wtw ti
HOWARD & WEEMS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
CR A.WFORD. ALA.
Robert, n- howarp. Walter h- wee.ms.
Crawford, Ala., June B—wtwtf.
attorney at lav,
BLAKELY,EARLY COUNTY. GA.
ELAM & OLIVER,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice inthecountlesof Marion, Macon, .--tewart
Taylor, Chattahoochee, Kinchatoonee, and any of the
“djomingcountieswheutheirservices may berequired.
*• n sr.. m TniDICS OLIVXR.
PAKKER k PARKER,
attorneys at law,
Jliller Couuly, Georgia.
WILL give their entire aifc-ntion to the practice in,Bouth
weatern Georgia; will also give prompt attention to the
collection of ali claims entrusted to theii care inthe olh.wing
connties: Baker,Caihoun, Clay, Decatur, txmgberty, Early,
I .ee, Miller, Miuheil. Randolph, Terrell and Worth.
February I, lts3B wtf.
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.’’
W. A. BYRD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CUTHHERT—RandoIph County, Ga.
|TTILL pract’ ? n tbe Pataulaand Southwestern Cireuits
VY All business entrusted to his care will received promp
WH. M. CHAMBERS. WM. M. ROBBINS. J. A. ROBBINS.
Chambers, Robbins & Robbins,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
WILL practice in the counties of Barbour, Pike, Henry
Coffee, Pike, Dale and Russell. feb I—wlv
raOMAS W. (SO3BIB,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
PRESTON, Webster Coanty,Ga.
WILL practice in’the counties of Clay, Chattahoochee,
Webster, Early, Randolph, Stewart and Sumter.
Particnlar attention given to collecting and remitting.
January 27, 1857—wtf.
GRICE & WALLACE,
WILL give prompt attention all business entrustedj'to
WL GRICE. WM. 3. WALLACE.
December I —wtf
R. A TURNIPSEED,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
C U TUBER TANARUS,
Randolph County, Ga.
HAVING removed from Cusseta, to Cuthbert Ran
dolph county, will give prompt attention to all busi
ness entrusted to his care. ap27—wtf.
T J. GUN N,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
WILL attend promptly to all busineess entrusted to him
January 26, 1858 —wly.
JAMES A. CLENDENIN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
AND SOICITOR IN CHANCERY,
ABBEVILLE, Henry County, Ala.
July 20, 1858.—wly.
A TTORNEY A T LA W
CUILL attend promptly to all business confided to bis
care j Q the counties of Dale, Henry, Coffee and Pike.
February 27, 1858—w6m.
THE LIVER. ‘
COMPOUNDED ENTIRELY .FROM GUMS,
IS one of the best Purgative and |Liver Medicine now before
the public, that acts as a Cathartic, easier, milder, and
more effectual than auy other medicine known. It is not on
ly a cathartic, but a Liver Remedy, acting first on the Liver
to eject its morbid matter, then on the Stomach and Bowels
t,r> carry ofi the ‘matter, thus accomplishing two purposes et
fec’ually, without any of the painful feelings experienced in
‘.heoperation of most “Chathartics. 11 strengthensthe system
at the same time that it purges it; and when taken daily in
moderate doses, will strengthen and build up with unusual
The'Livcris one of tb( f
human body; and when iu
the powers ofthe system ares
is almost eniirely dependent 1
Liver for the proper jpeform l
stomach is at faulttheboweh J
system suffersin co nsequenct s
having ceased |to do its duty
gsui,oue v of the j proprietor f
practice of more than twent} f
wherewith to counteractth(|
it is liable. . t
To prove that this remedy in
bled with Liver Com
has but to try a tbottle, auel
These gums remove *al f
the system,supplying in theit(
invigorating the Stomach J
purifying the blood.,
whole machinery, removing
effecting a radical core. j
Bilious attacks am
Liver Invigorator. f
One dose after ealingissnf-j
and prevent ihe food from,
Only one dose taken befor* 1
Only one dose taken alt
gently, ard cures Cos(
One dose taken after eacl r
dose, of two tea-!
Sick Headache. )
One dose taken for fe- ]
cause of the disease, ancj
•inly onedose immediately!
i One dose often repeated ist
4®- Only one bottle is#
svstem the effects of medi j
’ One bottle taken fori
! lowness or unnatural colon
One dose taken a shorts
gor to the appetiteandmakeil
One dose often repeated
rlicca, in its worst forms.!
Bowel complaints yield
One or two doses cures at-.
Children; there is no surer,
the world, as itfnever fails
13T A few bottles cures (
YVe take pleasure in recoin
preventive for F e verjand
and all Fe vers os a Bii
All who use it ars giving their unanimous testimony in its
Mix waterinthe mouth with the Invigoratoi and swallow
THE LIVER INVIGORATOR,
is a scientific Medical Discovery, and is daily working cures
almost too great for belief. It cures asitby magic, even the
first dose giving benefit, and seldom more than one bottle is
required to cure any kind of Liver Complaint, from tbe worst
jaundtceor dyspepsia to a common headache, allof which are
the result of a diseased liver.
Price One Dollar per Bottle.
SANFORD &CO. Proprietors,34s Broadway, New York
Carnes fe Park New York: T. W. Doytt & Sons, Philadel
phia: M. S. Burr-V Cos. Boston; H.H. Hay At Cos. Portland;
John D. Park, Cincinnati: Gay lard & Hammond, Cleveland;
Fahnstock &. Davis Chicago; O. J. Wood & Cos. ist. Louis
Geo. H. Keyser, Pittsburg; S.S, Hance. Baltimore. And re
tailed by all Druggists.
Sold Wholesale and Retail by
J. S. PEMBERTON &. CO.,
BROOKS & CHAPMAN,
DAN FORTH 6f NAGEL,
May‘3o --vtwly and *U DniCßSfet*.
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 28, 1858.
principal regulators of the
performs its functions well,
fully developed.Tbe stomach
on the healthy action of the
are at fault, and the whole
of one organ—the Liver—
For the disease of that or
has made it his study, in a
years, to find some remedy
many derangementsto which
at last found any persontrou
plaint,m any of its forms,
conviction is certain,
morbid or bad matter fiom
place a healthy flow of bile,
causing food to digest well,
giving tone andhealth to the
because of the disease. —
cured, and, what is
the occasional use of the
flcient to relieve the stomach
rising and scuring
retiring, prevents Night
nisht, loosens the bowels
meal willcure Dyspepsia
spoonsful will always relieve
male obstruction remove the
makesa per ect cure,
relieves cbolic, while
a sure cure for Cholera
needed to thiow out of the
cine after a long sickness.
Jaundice removes ail sal
rroiu tne skin.
J une before eating Jgives vi
jfood digest well.
(cures Chronic Diar-
I while SUM.VER and
[almost to the first dose,
•tacks caused by Worm sin
I safer, or speedier remedy in
; Dropsy , by exciting the
[mending this medicine as a
[Ague, Chill, Fever,
I doits Type, It operates
Ure willing to testify to its
W ATvjT^WyHTVW^ T/iVljM'iNVj'GOKAa^lt.
McCOMB’S IRON TIE.
FOR BALING COTTON.
IS now offered for sale at the Alabama Warehouse.
The superiority of Iron over Rope for baling cotton
has been so fully tested in the West for a few years past as
no longer to admit of any doubt.
Those wishing Ties (hoops,) will please send in their
orders at any early date, that a supply may be kept con
stantly on hand. The orders should specify the leogth of
the ties wanted —say 9, 9* or 10 leet, the only lengths now
No alteration of the screw or box is necessary for their
application, which i9 simple and rapidly done.
They will be sold at 8 cents per pound. For further in
formation, apply to
June 22—tw3m B. A.SORSBY.
BEDELL & WEEMS,
Wholesale and Retail
vyILL xeep constantly on hand a well selected Stock
comprising all articles in their line, which are offered
to their iriends and the public generally at the LOWEST
DIA RKET PRICES. Give us a call.
LOCK WEEMS. A. G. BEDELL,
Columbus Ga. Dec. 22. wtwtf.
I AM offering for sale in Pike Coun
ty A1a.,9U0 acres of goodOakand Hickory laud
qHMalff interspersed with long leafed pine. There is
I M 300acresofclearedland. Theplace isin good
two store houses,(the storehousesform a portion of the vil
lage of Monticello) gin house, etc. 1 will sell all togetberor
in quantities to suit purchasers
I am also offering for sale24o acres of the same quality of
land,threemilesfromMonticello,about sixty acrescleared.—
For particulars address me at Monticello. Ala
aeptß—wt.f R. J. WEST.
AUCTION & COMMISSION
THE undersigned would inform their friends and the public
thattheyhave.associated tnemselvestogether undeithe
name and style .of
HARRISON A FITTS,
at the old st&Dd Nos. 59and61 West side Hroad Street, for
the purpose of transacting the
Auction, Commission, and Negro Business,
and solicit their patronage. All business committed totheif
carewillbe promptly and faithfully attendedto. They will
give their personal attention to the sale of Real Estate, Ne
groes, A/erchaadizeand Produce. Having houses fitted up*
exprssly for the purpose, they are prepared to board, to pur
chase an i sell Negroes on Commission.
Liberal advances will be made as usual, on Negroes and
Administrators and Executors’ sales attendedto on reason
be kept constantly on hand.
F CIIAS. S. HARRISON;
GEORGE I. PITTS.
Columbus,July 23,185?. iulv‘23—wtwtf
WE are constantly receiving from Virginia and
North Carolina a large and well selected
stock of Men, Women, Boys and Girls, including"?*
field hands, house servants, mechanics, &c., bought j
by one A the firm expressly lor this market.
friends may rely on getting negroes of good charactei,
coming up fully to our representations—as we sell none
on commission. HATCHER & McGEHEE.
July 26, 1858—wtf
Dress and Mantilla Trimmings,
Buttons, ,Chenile, Berlin Zephyr Wool,
Gold and Silver} Stars, Laces, &c.
48 JOHN'STREET—NEW YORK.
WE have on hand and for sale 3 and 4 Ply Rubber
Belting,6, 7 and 8 inches wide. Also a large and
well selected stock ot
All of which will be sold as low as can be bought in the
market, by 3- ENNIS &. CO.
Columbus, Ga. July 12, 1858. w3m
GREAT ATTRACTION !
Bargains! Bargrins! Bargains !
WISHES to inform her frionds, and the public
generally of Columbus and the vicinity, that she
is now ottering tor sale a complete assortment ol
GOODS, consisting in part of—
NEAPOLIT ANT BON N E I’S, from S2 OH to *2 ?>O.
! * MISSES GIPSIES SI.OO
BLOOMERS, from 87ic to $1.25.
Handsome Gause RIBBONS, 25c per Yard.
And a hrge lot of Swiss Trimmings at 20c per yard
Cai 1 and see. Cheap for Cash.
July 23, 1857. w&twtf.
Keady for the Season!
I VERY RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE TO MY
friends and the public, that I have a sp'endid supply of
the GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY , —1 mean
JACK SMITH’S SOUTHERN CORDIAL,
the remedy for all classes ot Bowei Diseases, Flux Dys
enteries, Diarrhoea, (chronic or acute) the re-ult ot Mea
sles, Typhoid Fevers, &c.. and in fact all Spring and Sum
mer Complaints of Children, and Children Teething. It
is the most reliable remedy, north, south, east or west—
notwithstanding the world is disgusted with humbuggery.
I am a Georgian, and have lived in Columbus for the last
sixteen years,and never expect to leave it. I appeal to
my neighbors for all the evidence of the above facts, that
the Southern Cordial has no equal for the above mention
ed diseases. lam asking for the worst case in Georgia,—
and if 1 lail to cure it, it shall uot cost the parties one cent.
Oh if the world could know as I know, and as niy neigh
bors know, how many sufferers would find relief from this
cordial; but oh, how great is prejudice! Down wilh your
prejudice, one time; and try the Southern Cordial. It is a
remedy adapted to this climate; it is innocent in its na
ture and reliable in its medical properties.
Please call at the Planter’s Hotel, where I will take very
great pleasure in satisfying any unprejudiced mind that it
is economy itself for any and every family to keep a bottl
at home. The demand is increasing daily.
Call and give it one trial.
U JACK SMlTH,Planter’s Hotel
April 12 —wtw6m Columbus, Ga.
w¥aFl’D : G and news paper
OF ALL SIZES AND QUALITIES,
FOB SA LE AT
Roek Island Paper Mill Office,
IN FRONTOF PALACE MILLS.
TERMS CASH. iuoelfiwtwtl
HATS! MEB HATS!
CAPS! Jpß. DAPS.
102 Broad Street, Columbus,
Has on hand an elegant assortment of Spring and Sum
mer Hats, embracing SILK, CASSIMERE, and SOFT
HATS, oi every variety, color, .size and shape. For sale
C HE .A. F.
Columbus, Ga. March 4, 1858. w&.twtf
LIVERY & SALE STABLE.
THE undersigned having this day ptir
chased iff® Livery Stable now occupied by
NmC. S. Hart &Cos., and formerly owned by
&. Pitts, will continue the business
under the name and style of IVEY & WILKINS, and
by giving their personal attention to the same, hope to re
ceive from the public a liberal share of its patronage.
J R IVEY
July 16,1857. F. g’. WILKINS.
HAVINGsoId our Stable, as noticed above, we take
pleasure in recommending to our friends, all drovers,
and the public the new firm, and solicit for them a continu
ation of the very liberal patronage heretofore bestowed on
us; believing our successors will anticipaie your wants
and attend to them personally.
iulyl7—wtwtf. C. S. HART & CO.
THE Subscriber nas on hand a few STILLS for manuu jtu
ring Peach Brandy or Whisky, which hewil
very tow. ALSO,
Tin, Sheet Iron and Japan Ware,
every lescription,w icf can be bougbtat theloweerates.
oneon eb *t noth’ and liberalterms.
J. B. HICKS,Agent,
julylß wrt Next loorbelow “Sans Soucl” Rroad-s
NEW SPRING STOCK
MANLEY & HODGES
ARE now m receipt of an elegant assortment o
SPRING & SUMMER DRY GOODS, t
which they respectfully invite the attention ol customer
consisting in part only of
Elegant two and three Jupe Byadere Organdies, Robe a
Quille and Byadere SUMMER SILKS.
Do. do. FRENCH JACON ETTS.
Plain Bareges of all colors—Lubin’s manutacture.
A large lot of Figured and Plain Jackonett and Lawns
at low prices-
Edges and Insertings wrought on Irish Linen.
Fine Lioen Yokes—a beautiful article-
Nainsook and Mull Muslins.
10,11 and 12-4 Linnen and Cotton Sheetings- Emboid*
I ered and Lace Setts, French Collars of late style.
ap3—wtwtf MANLEY & HODGES.
THE lIALLOTYPE PICTURES!
A. J. RIDDLE,
HAS purchasedof J. Gurney, of New York,the exclusive
right fortaking Hal'.otype Pictures, which is alittleahead
of anything in the way of Picture taking th* world has ever
seen. There is nothing to which they can be c.: nparediuthe
artof Photography, but bear a strong resemblance to wax
figures,.for softness and beauty of light and shade. Ladies
and genttemen are invited to call and examine specimeus.Si
Artists who desire to learn this new and beautilul art, and
secure rights for other counties will please call on A. J RID
DLE, Oolumbus-Ga. Julv2s—
DRY-GOODS AT UALF TRICE !
LET all come and avail themselves of this rare opportu
nity to purchase good, pietty, and honest made goods
at exactly ONE HALF ot our regular price, and thirty
three per cent less than we paid lor them ourselves-
We mean exactly what we say, and hope the care that
we have always taken to have our business and
goods come lull up to our advertisement, will be sufficient
to convince at least all, who have so kindly favored us
with their patronage, that we are in earnest. We are
now ofiering our large stock of Muslins and Berages at
exactly one half our regular price. That is to say—
Muslins that we have been selling at 12* cents, we now
sell at - - - 6£ “cents.
. < 2o c “ 10
“ “ 371 “ 18# “
Muslin side stripe, Robe a’Quille price $1.25 for 62*
“ “ “ “ 2 50 for 1.25
“ “ “ “ 4 00 lor 2.00
“ “ “ •* 5 CO lor 2 50
Barege Robe ‘a’Quille, price 5 CO for 2 50
do do do ... 8 00for 400
do do do 10.00 for 5 00
do do do 12.00f0r 600
do do do 25.00 for 12 50
We have in store a large stock of Gents, Ladies’ Misses
Boys’ and Children’s Shoes, which we will sell at Cost,
Ladies’Enamel Heel Boots, Colored Slippers, Kid Siippers :
Jenny Lind Boots, Enamel Kossuth Boots, Colored j
Pit Slippers, Kid R. R. Budkins, Cloth Heel Gai
ters, FiDe Kid Slippers, Calf Slippers.
Gem’s Congress Boots, Congress Gaiters, Patent Leather
Gaiters, Seal Gaiters, Calf Sewed Shoes, Kip Bro
gans, Patent Leather Shoes, Enamel Shoes, Low
Quartered Shoes and a variety of Slippers.
Children’s Calf Congress Boots, Enamel Jenny Lind Boots
Kid Heel Boots, Enamel Heel Boots, Fancy Heel
Boots, Paroda Boots, Heel Gaiters, Kid Slippers
and Boots, Enamel Boots.
Have this dav received an entire new lot of L A C E i
EXTENSION SKIRTS, made from the finest
Watch Springs, and; which we will sell cheap.
Jr - Other goods in our stoek will be offered at unusually
ow prices. TERMS CASH-NO SECOND PRICE.
G. W. ATKINSON & TAYLOR,
Next door to Brooks Chapman’s Drug Store,
Corner of Bioad and Raudolph Streets.
Columhns, Ga., July 8, 1858. wit tw2
THE LAST CALL !
THE subscriber having purchased the entire interest of
V. R. TOM MEY, Tn the Notes and accounts of the
latefirmofJ. ENNIS & CO.,(which firm wasdissolved
on the first Oct. 1855,) would earnestly solicit all indebted
to said firm, either by note or account, to call at the store
ol J. Ennis & Co.,and settle the same,or they will find
their Notes and Accounts in the hands oi an officer for
collection. J ENNIS.
Columbus. Oct. wtwtf
PEYTON H. COiaUITT, )
-JAMES W. WARREN. \ idltorß
MUSCOGEE RAIL ROAD.
Change of Schedule.
ON and after the 15th July,lßsß, the EveningA/ail Train will
leave Columbus at 3.45 P. M. and arrive at Macon at 9.18
Leave Macon at 9.45 A M. arrive at Columbus at 3.45 P M
The Morning Mail Train will leave at4.tOA. M. and arrive
at Macon 9.50 A.M.
Leave Macon at 11.45 P. M. arrivcat Columbus 5.35 A.
J. L. MUSTIAN,Supt.
Columbus,Ju l y 15—tw&wtf
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE.
iisiiii smm m
MONTGOMERY & WEST POINT R. R. CO.,
MONTGOMERY, Not. 19.1857.
ON and after this date the PASSENGER TRAINB on this
road wi.i be governed by tne lOliowim SCHEDULE
Leave Montgomery .. 8.30a.m.
Arrivcat YVestPoint 3.30 p.m.
ArriveatColumbus ‘2.50 p.m.
Returning—Leave YVestPoint 9.30a.m.
Leave Columbus 10.00 a. m.
Arrive at Montgomery 4.t.0p. m.
Leave Montgomery 5.20 p. m
Arriveat YY'est Point 12.51 a.m.
“ Columbus I.ooa. ir
Returning—Leave VVeßt Point 7.30 p.m
Leave Columbus *. 7.30 p. m
Arriveat Montgomery 2.30 fa. n.
Through tickets can be obtained(io. Double Daily Connec
tions) to Atlanta Chattanooga and Nasnv.lle, and dailj c< •
nectione to Huntsville Memphis aod Knoxville.
S.G.JUNES Eug’i fc. But
BETWEEN ATLANTA AND COLUMBUS.
£ Y an arrangement between the Railroad Companietcom
> posing the two routes from Atlanta toCoiumbus, conclu
ded at their Convention at Savannah on the 16th instant, it
was agreed that the following rates between Atlanta and Co
lumbus shall govern,taking effect lrcm thefirst day oi Jh ay
VIA YVEBT POINT.
Corn per bushel, lie. YY'heat 12. Oats 8. Bacon, YVhisky
Flour in sacks or barrels,per lOOibs. 35c. flagging, Rope
Lard in cans or bbls., per 100 lbs. 45c. Coal, Pig Iron, by
car load, per ton of 2000 lbs. $3.75. ;
Corn per busel 14c. YVheat 15c. Oats 10c. Bacon,YVhls*
ky, Flour in Sacks or Bbls., per 100 lbs, 44c. Bagging,Rope
Lard,in causor bbls.. per 100 lbs. 55c. Coal, Pig Iron, by
carload, per ton of 2000 1b5.54.68.
President and Superintendent Muscogee R. R
GEO. YV'. ADAMS,
Superintendent Southwestern Railroad.
Superintendent Macon and YY'estern Railroad.
Superintendent Atlanta and LaGrange R . R.
SAMUEL G. JONES,
Engineer and Superintendent M.& YV'. P. Railroau.
| May 30, 1837—w&twtf.
MOBILE AND GIRARD RAIL ROAD.
|nja f ppf / PTyffm'TT rEW I FTTf*’ 7 • PWfTf*MlirVUri
THE Passenger& Freight Train will leave Girard at 2 P
M.daily, connecting at Silver Run with a daily line o
Stages to Villula, Glennville,Eufanla, FortG&ines, and Mari
anna,Fla. And at Gueryton daily, with the Stages for lichee
Olivet. F.non, Chunnenuggee, Midway, Hardaway, Pero
ami Union Sprin s.
LcpyingOueryton at 4 A. M., daily, the Cars will reach
Girard at 7 A. M., connecting with the Opelikt anu Mus
Receipts must accompany Freight shipped,
gy Ail freight mustbe paid before goods willbe discharg
Freight delivered at the Depot before 4 o’clock P.M. wll|
be shipped the following dav.
Freights for stations No. 1 (Fort Mitchell,) and N0.5 (t-e.-
sons’) muet be prepaid.
YVay freight must in all cases be paid in advance.
/OH N HOWARD,
mar 23 1357-w&iwtf. Engiueei & Sup.
* CHAGE OF SCHEDULE*
SAVANNAH 1 CHARLESTON
STEAM- PACKET LINE.
RUNNING IN CONNECTION WITH THE
Worth Eastern R. R. of South Carolina.
~ THE SPLENDID AND FAST | RUNNING
STEAMER GORDON, F. Barden, Coalman
leaves Savannah for Charleston every
£m nHaii and Wednesday afternoons at 3 o’clock,
and connects at Charleston with the morning trainof the
North Eastern Railroad, going North. Returning leaves
Charleston every Monday and Friday night at 8 o’clock,
(after the arrival of the carson theN.E,R. R.) and arrives
at Savannah early next morniDgs.
By this route passengers can obtain througbticketsto and
from Savannah, Ga. and Wilmington, N.C.
Having a through freight arrangement with the Central R.
Road and its connections, all freights between Charlestonand
the Interior of Georgia, consigned totbe agents of tbisline,
will be forwarded with despatch and free of charge.
i. P. BROOKS, AgentSavannab.
E.LAFITTE A CO, Ag’ts.Charleston
HAVING disposed of my stock of Groceries and Pro
visions to Messrs. GEITTINGER H SPRINGER,
i confidently recommend them a9 worthy of the patronage
of my former customers. WILLIAM RANKIN.
Columbus, Ga., May 10, 1858.
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS.
THE undersigned have associated ihemselves together
for the purpose ot transacting a general GROCERY
AND PROVISION BUSIN ESS, at the old well known
stand ot WM. RANKIN, No. 169 Broad street, Colum
efus. Ga., under the name and style ot GEITTINGER &
SPRINGER. By always keeping on hand a good and
choice selection of every article in their line, and by con
stant attention to the wants of the old customers of their
predecessor, and to as many new buyers as may iavor
them with their orders, they will endeavor to merit a lib
eral share of trade. PHILLIP GEITTINGER,
Columbus, May 18-3 m
1000 ACRES OF
Flint Eiver Lands, for Sale.
THE undersigned being desirous of winding up
£tgjLtheir business, offer for sale, on any time to suit pur-1
#^P^chasers, a valuable setllem* n of
One Thousand Acres ot Land,
lying on the West aide of the Flint River, ten mileenorth oi
Oglethorpe, and ten miles south of Reynolds Twobundred
acresof this settlement is number onepine land, the balance
(800 acres) entirely swamp. The swamp land is less liable to
beinnunndated by the River thaD any lands on said River
in Macon county, and will doubtless make from 60 to 80
bushels of corn per acre, and from 1500 to 2000 lbs of cotton.
There are 80 acres of pine land, and lsof Swamp cleared and
in a stateof cultivation. Water, healtband society cannot
be excel led l Soalb We..err
THE CARTER FACTORY
IS now id full operation, turning out the best quality of
Meal. Bring on your Corn. The highest market orice
I paid for good Corn. Meal always on hand and for sale,
j Feb. 11-wtwii HAMILTON BOLAND