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THE TRI-WEEKLY TIMES AND SENTINEL. VOLUME I] TJ JE TIMES & SENTINEL. TENANT LOMAX & ROSWELL ELLIS, editors and proprietors. the TRI-WEEKLY TTMES &. SENTINEL is published E VERY iVEDNFSDA Y and FH IDA Y MORN LVO and SATURDAY EVENING. THE WEEKuY TIMES &, SENTINEL i* published every TUESDAY MORNING. Office on Randolph Street, opposite the Post Office. TERMS I TRi-VVEEKLY, BTv* Dollars per annum, in advance. WEEKLY, Two Dollars per annum,in advance, r Jr” Advertisements conspicuously inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first Insertion, and fifty cents for every sub ecquent insertion. Liberal deduction will be made for yearly advertisements. Muscogee Sheriff Sales. WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in April next, at the market house, in the city of Columbus, between the usual hours ot sale, the following property to-wit: Water Lot numbereleven (owned and occupied by the Howard Manufacturing Company, meets and bounds as set “forth by the deed from the H a:er Lot Company to Van Leonard for the How ard Manufacturing Company,) together with the factory building thereon, with all the machinery and lackle thereto belonging; also, the store room and offices on said lot, fronting on Front street; also, the large brick building on the corner of Front and Rryant streets, and the tenement next thereto, fronting on Bryant street, together with the ground thereto belonging; being one hundred feet by one hundred and forty-eight feet of lot number forty seven, and thirty seven feet by forty nine feet off of lot num ber forty eight; ail lying and being in the county of Muscogee, and levied on as the property of the Howard A/anu lac taring Company to satisfy sundry ti fas in my hands ; one in favor of Uobwrt Mitchell, from Muscogee Inferior Court: one from the Superior Court of Muscogee in favor of John Warren, and other ti fas iu my hands against said Company. Also, a lot of dry goods, consisting of calicos, silk, muslin, laces, ready made clothing, bonnets, hats, shoes, blankets, &cc , levied on as the property of E. & B.Mendheim, to satisfy a ti fa from Muscogee Superior Court in favor of Hinswanger &. Eger, and other 11 fas in my hands against Emil Mendheim and benjamin ftlendheim. Also, a lot of dry goods, consisting of muslins, laces, silk, cali co, &c., levied on as the property of Francis Goulding, to satisfy a distress warrant in favor of John B. Strupper, against said Goulding. Also, one and a half shares of the capital stock of the Muscogee Railroad company, levied on as the property of Lively &. Clapp, to satisfy a fl fa from Muscogee Superior Court in favor ot John Banks against Lively &. Clapp. Also, a negro boy named George, about eighteen or nineteen years old, levied on as the property of Marcus Johnson to satisfy afifa trom l’ike Superior Court in favor of Bradford T. Chapman against said Johnson. Also, one horse and buggy, two mules, and a two horse wagon, a yoke ot oxen and cart, all levied on as the oroperty of Daniel I). Ridenhour to satisfy a fi fa from Muscogee .Superior Court in favor of George W. Lee, against said Ridenhour; property pointed out by said defendant. Also, the following negroes: Caroline a woman about twenty five years old, and Lodiska a girl about twelve years old, and the life estate of Richard W. Fox to Coffee, a man about fifty five years old, and Clarisa a woman about fifty years old; ail levied on as the property of Richard YV. Fox, to satisfy a fi fa from f 'luscogee riuporior Court in favor of John Banks; and other fi a i in my hands against said Fox. MORTGAGE SALE. Also, at the same placewill be sold , un the first Tuesday in May nett, the foliate inn property, to-wit : John a man about forty years old, Agnes a woman about forty three years old. Cornelius a man about twenty one years old, (TTUief me a girl about twelve years old, Daniel about ten and Charlotte a girl about five years old; all levied, on as the propei ty ofSilas McGradv to satisfy a mortgage fi In front Muscogee Bu netrior Court in fa\>or oforiKUiam A. Redd against said A/cGrady. ’ A. S. RUTHERFORD, Sheriff. Columbus, March 4—ids Seaborn Jones, ) vs. | Bill for Dis- Okorok Fielo, The Southern Like Insu- ! covery, Relief, ranck ano Trust Company, Thk PmF.xix < &c., in Muscogee William Docoherty, Gkorok Har- ! Superior Court. | (RVKs,JonN Banks and PhilipT. Schley, j It appearing to the Court that the defendants, George Field and the Souther* Life Insurance and Trust Company, are not ; within the jurisdiction of this Court—Field being a citizen and resident of New York, and the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company being a body corporate established by the Terri tory of Florida. ft is, on motion of complainant, ordered that the said Field and the said Southern Life in. mid Trust Cos. plead, answer or demur to said Bill, not demurring alone, on or before the first day of the next Term : And it is further ordered that the above order be published by the Clerk of this Court, once a month for four months, before the next Term of this Court, in one of the public Gazettes of the city of Columbus, Georgia. A true extract from the minutes of Muscogee Superior Court at November Term, 1852, this 10th dav of January, 1853. JOHN R. STURGIS, Clerk, ■Tan. 11, 1853 1 m4m GEORGIA, ) Court of Ordinary, October Term, 1852. i .Muscogee county. j RUDE JV*/ SI. \\THEREA3, Edward Broughton, Administrator of the estate W of Lewis Lockey, deceased, having applied for letters of dis mission. It is ordered by the court that all persons concerned, shew cause, if any they have, why the said Edward Broughton, adre.iniitra.tor as aforesaid, should not be dismissed at the next May Term of said court. A true extract from the minutes of said court, Oct 9th, 1852. Oct 12—mfim JOHN JOHNSON, Ordinary. GEORGIA , ( Court of Ordinary, October Term. 1852. .Musconee county , 1 RUDE JVI SI. WHEREAS, John Forsyth, Administrator of the estate of John Forsyth, deceased, havirg applied for letters of dismission, i Is ordered by the court that all persons concerned, shew cause, f any they have, why said administrator should not be dismissed at the next May term of said court. A *rue transcript from the minutes of said court, Oct 9th, 1852. Oct i2 —mfim JOHN JOHNSON, Ordinary. GEORGIA,. ) Court of Ordinary, Talbot county, ( February Teim, 1853. RULE NT SI. WHEREAS, William F. Robertson applies by petition lor letters of dismission asthe administrator of Barney Wilson, Sate of Talbot county, deceased. Be it ordered, That all persons concerned, be and appear at the September term of this court next ensuing, then and there to shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. A true extract from the minutes of said court, 24th Feb., 185.1. March I—9w6m MARION BETIIUNE, Ordinary. Reuben Simmons ) . vs. V Mortgage. &o— September 1 erm, 1802. John C. Silvey, S PRESENT the Hon. William Taylor, Judge ot the superior Court. It appearing to the court by the petition of Reuben Simmons, that on the 30th of June, 1845, John O. Silvey made and delivered to said Reuben Silvey his certain note, bearing the date and year aforesaid whereby the said John C. Silvey prom ised to pay by the 2d of December next, after the date of said note, the said Reuben Simmons, seven hundred and fifty dollars for lot ol land numbei four hundred in the twenty sixth district ot Early county, And that afterwards, on the same day and year •faforesaid, the said John G. Silvey the better to secure the pay snout of said note executed and delivered to said Reuben Sim mons, bis deed of mortgage, whereby the said John G. Silvey con veyed to the said Reuben Simmons lot of land number tour hun dred in the twenty sixth district of said county of Early, contain ing two hundred and fifty acres, more or less—conditioned that if said John G. Silvey should pay off and discharge said note, or cause the same to be” done according to the tenor and effect there of, that then ttie said deed of mortgage and said note should be come and bo null and void to all intents and purposes. Audit f irther appearing, that said note remains unpaid. It is, therefore, ordered—That the said John C. Silvey do pay into Court by the first day of next term thereof, the principal,interest and cost, due ou said note, or shew cause, to the- contrary, if any he has. That on the failure of said John G. Silvey so to do, the equity oi re de notion in and to said mortgaged premises bo forever therafter barred and foreclosed. Audit is further ordered—That this rule fi- published in the Columbus Times once a month for four months, or a copy thereof served on the said John C. Silvey or his a ?- nt or attorney at least three months previous to the next term ol said Court. lken^Simmo s., ) Early Superior Court, Sept Term. 1852. John C. Silvey ) Rule Nisi to foreclose Mortgage. T f appearing to the Court that the defendant resides without L the limits of this county. It, therefore, on motion of Pl’ffs. ■ ‘ msel—That service be perfected by publication of this order, ‘•nee a month for four months in the “Columbus Times, a public *. s. STAFFORD, Pl’ffs. Att’ny. true extract from the minutes of Earv Superior Court, at Sep 'S h >er term. 1852. _■). c 7—41, n THOS B. ANDREWS, OP* T'w, n V mt fc ß a er date 1 shall apply to the and heir,,..?; u^inary °f Randolph county, for leave to sell the Feb I to Henr >‘ Sandlin, deceased. * hwim JESSE SANDLIN, Adm’r. “the union OF THE STATES ano the sovereignty of THE STATES.’ Randolph county...Wheieas, Samuel A. I U Grier, administrator (le bonis non on the estate of .John 11. ! i lte sa,(l c ? l,n >v. deceased, has petitioned for letters of dismission from said administration. therefore, to rite, admonish and require all persons ‘Projections, if any they have, on or before hr- ie / ourt °f Ordinary of said county, to mi!itli,oT tl - ( i/ I ra M°nday of September next, otherwise said administrator will he then and there dismissed. V,' ve V l '"P‘ny hand at office this 22d day of February, 1855. JWarch 1 9w6m O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. (;e°rgla Randalph county.—Whereas, Allen L. VA Jenks applies to me lor letters of Guardianship for the per son and property of Frances Rigsoy, orphan of Enoch Rigsby, late of said county, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite ami admonish all concerned, to shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted, otherwise they will be granted at the next April term of this court. Given under my hand at office March Ist, 1853. March 4-1) - O. P. BEALL, < rdinary. I l eorgia, Randolph county.—Whereas, John Co l lier applies t me for letters of administration, cum tistimm to annexe , on the estate of John Frith, late of said county, dec’d. Tltese are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the creditors and kindred of said deceased to appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, and shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under mv hand at office the 22d day of February, 1855. March I—9w7t~ O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. /N eorgia, Early bounty.— Whereas, John ThompM t vT applies to me for letters of administration with the will : n nexed, upon the estate of Robert Thompson, late ot said com. y. deceased. These are to notify all persons concerned, to be and appear my office within the time prescribed by law, aiul shew can sc. any they have, why said letters should not he granted said ; plicant. Given under my hand at office this February 24, 1855, A/arch I —9w7t 3. 8, STAFFORD, Ordinary. Georgia. Early county— Whereas,Joseph Grinislra. administrator with the Will annexed, upon the estate < Sarah Grimsley, late of said county deceased, makes applicat or to tne for letters of dismission from tbo further administration t.. said estate. All persons concerned are hereby notified to be ami appear at my office, within the time prescribed by law, am! shew cause. If any they hove, why said letters Miould not i granted said applicant, Given under my hand at office, this February the 241 h. 1853. March I —9vv(lm 8, 8. STAFFORD, Ordinary. ’VTotice to debtors nnd creditors.— Ml per-o:- IT holding demands against the estate ot Oliver 11. P. Dank ‘, late of Talbot county, deceased, are hereby notified to presen them for payment, duly authenticated, withinthe time prescribe, by law; and those indebted to said deceased, are requested !■ make immediate payment or the same. March l--9wiit JOSEPH BROWN, Adm’r. Gt eorgia, Early county.— All persons are desired t<> I take notice, that letters of Administration will be granted the Clerk of the Superior Court of said county, on the estate ot the late Nathaniel G. Bartlelt, unless objections be filed by th* lirot Monday hi April next. Feb 23—9w7t 3. H. STAFFORD, ()rdinary. A dmlnistrator’s Sale.—Agreeably to an order of ii.< gY~ Ordinary of Early county, will be sold on the first Tuesday in April next, in the town of Dublin, Laurens county, lot ot laud number eightymine, in the first district of Laurens county. 3ok asthe propel tv of the late Alfred Renfroe, of Early county, m < or the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased. Term on day of sale. THO.S'. B. ANDREWS, Adm r. February 25—Owtds __ G EORGIA, ) Court of Ordinary said county, Eailv countv. i January Term, 1853. OWEN W. SHACKELFORD. Guardian of the minor heirs o James Foster and Asa Travis, deceased, having applied l tle Court for letters of dismission from the guardian-hip ol sa < minors; tl hereby ordered, That all persons concerned, l>< ami appear at the March term of said Court, and cause shew, (i any they have) why said applicant should not be dismissed iri> said guardianship-. A true extract from the minutes oi said cour January 15th, 1855. January 25—twill 8. S. ST At I 'FORD, Ordinary. G) eorgia, RtiiLtlolpb county.** Whereas,.Daniel > 1 Newsom, applies to me for letters of Guardianship for He persons and property of William Newsom and Glaucus Newson . minors atiu orphans of John Newsom,late of said county, doe These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular lb* kind rial of said orphans to he and appear at tny office wlthifidm time prescribiHl by law, and shew cause, if any tlie\ can. “h said letters should not be granted. Given under mv hand at office, February Bill, 18.i3. Feb. 15—-7w7l * ___ O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. / A eorgia, Randolph comity.—Whereas, Henry i VT Taylor and Mariah L. Taylor apply tome for letters oi mi ministration on llieestalo of Willimn Taylor, late ol said ooiinty. dccoft^wi. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to bs and appear at mj office within the time prescribed by law, and shew cause, if auy thev have, why said letters should not bo granted. Given under mv hand at office, this the 22il day of Jan., .Tail. 29—5w6t O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. ('A eorgia,Randolph county—Whereas, John Peter- T son appliesto me for letters of administration on the estate ; of Archibald Peterson, late of said county, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all ?nd singular the j kindred ami creditors of said deceased, lobe and appear at tny of fice, within the time prescribed by law, and shew cause, it any they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand at office this lltli day ot January, 18..>. January 18—3w5t O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. /and eorgia, Karly county.— Whereas, Jesse < oilier VT makes application to me for letters of Guardianship of the persons and property’ of Martha, John and \\ illiam Tra vis, minor heirs of Asa Travis, deceased; ami of Sheppcrd and N.altssa Foster, minors of Jane Foster, deceased : These are to notify all persons concerned, to shew cause, tl any they have, why said letters should not be granted said applicant, at the March term, next, of the Court of Ordinary for said county. Given under my’ hand at office this January 15th. 1853. January2s—4wfit S, 8. SfAFF n RD, Ordinary. /'N eorgia, Randolph county—Whereas, Thomas VT Coram, administrator of the estate of Joseph Williams, de ceased, applies to me for letters of dismission. These are, there fore, to cite and admonish all and singular the parties interested, to show cause, if any they have, within the time prescribed by law, why said letters should not be granted. Given under my band at office the 21st day of sept ’52. Sept2B—39w6in Q P BEALL Ordinary. Cv eorgia, RanAolpliTcounty--'Whereas, Thomas W J Garner, administrator on the estate of William L Morgan, deceased, app.iesto me for letters of dismission therefrom. These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the parting nterested, to show cause, if any they have, within the time pre scribed by law, why said letters should not, be granted. Given under my hand at office sept Itith, ’52. g e) • og—39wfim O P BEALL, Ordinary. dininistrator’g Salejof Notes, Accounts, &,c Will be sold on the first Tuesday in April next, at the mar ket houae, in Ihe city of Columbus, between the legal hours ot PherifTs sale, the outstanding accounts, notes and due hills ot Peabody &. C 0., claimed by administrator of Augustus Peabody, deceased, as the exclusive property of his intestate, warranty in every respect expressly excluded. Sold by order ot Court ot Or dinary tor Muscogee county, as debts insolvent and of doubtful collection. Terms of sale cash. WM. N. NELPON, Adm’r. AUGUSTUS PEABODY, dec’d. A/arcli 2 twlt&wtds Per R. YVatson Dkntqv, Attorney. ,* dininistrators Sale— Agreeable to an order of ihe A court of Ordinary of Early county, will be sold on the first Tuesday in April next, before “the court house door in Blakely, a likely negro boy named YVesley, about fourteen years old, ol light comptexfon, belonging to the estate of Dr. John Hill, deceased. Sold to make a division of said estate. Jan. 29—tds WILLIAM HILL. Adm r. Notice to Debtors nnd Creditors— All pawns in debted to the estate of John A. YY'alker, deceased, are re quested to come forward and make payment, and those tedding claims against said estate are requested to present them duly au thenticated to me. JAP. P. \\ AI.KF.iI, Atlm'r. January s—2w7t • ‘VTotice to Debtors nnd Creditors.— . All persons I.x indebted to the estate ot John Newsom, deceased, late ot Randolph county, are requested to make immediate merit; and those having demands against said estate, are requested to present them duly authenticated to me. F**b. 15—7w(U ‘ DANIFJ. A, NBWBQM, Adm’r. ipWO months after date, [shall apply* to the x Court of • >r<tinary of Randolph count v. for leave in sell the lands belonging to Stephen YY’eatherbv. liteot said count/, dec'd Feb. 15—7w2m _ MARTIN POLI.OCK. AdmV. | TWO months after date, applor atiois ill be t made to the Court of Urdinary ofßaudoltph county,fibr leave to sell Ihe negroes belonging to the estate <t George Move, deceased, late of said county. January 25—lw2m WM. A. “NiUVL. Adni'r. TWO months after date, 1 shullapply te the Court of Ordinary of Randolph come y for leave to seii a i negro belonging to themit ors of .Sol* Grii r-s, ileeesistsl. January 18—3w2m B. fßAVEN,Guardian. TWO months after date app.ljeation will be made to the Court of Ordinary of Kn- ,fy county, for leave to sell the lands belonging to the estate ol Dyson, deceased January 29 —2m A* fNER DY’ t>N. Adin’r. TWO months after dale, shall apply* to the Court of Ordinary of Rand’ for leave to seU a town lot in Covington, Newton coi jtty, as the property of Pol. Graves, deceased. I*.” A- GONEKE,\ ft,GRAVES, f Adm ra - January 18—2 m with the Will annexed. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 0. 1853 NOTICE. I hereby warn all persons against trading for a mce which I made to one R. F. Morris; t lie consideration thereof having j failed, 1 do not intend to cash the same unless compelled by law. j The following is in substance a copy of said note : “By the first day of January next, I promise to pay It. I • .Vor ; ris or order, the Bum of eight hundred ami ten dollars, tor value received, with interest from date, this February 12, 1853. (Signed) M.crritKtt J. Lewis. Blakely. March !-9w2t M. J. LEWIS. NOTICE. AI.I. persons are hereby notified, that I claim to own the west j half of section five, township fourteen, range twenty se\en. a Creek Indian reservation, certified and approved to me : and the approved contract for which having been !<>>t or mislaid, I shall proceed, on the tir.-i Monday in Aprii next,at the office ot the Hon. Alfred Iverson, in this city, to take testimony as to the j loss of said contract, in order to establish a copy thereof agreea bly to the regulations of the General Land office, and to apply for a patent in my name, JAMES KIYLIN. j Columbus, Ga.. February IG- Swfit NOTICB. ALL persons are hereby notified, that as sole heirs at law ol ; the late James S. Calhoun, we elai m to ovui the east partol section two, township nineteen and range twenty-eight in Cham bers county, Alabama, the same being a Creek Indian reserva tion, certified and approved to M. YV. Perry & Cos., the approved contract for which has been lost or mislaid so that it cannot, alter j diligent search and enquiry, he found. Having contracted to sell said land, we shall proceed, on the j first Monday In April next, at the office ol Hon Allred I verson, in Columbus, Georgia, to examine testimony as to the loss of said paper, with the view to establish a copy thereof, agreeably to the regulations of the General Laud < iffice, and that we shall then : and there cause the same to be assigned to the muebaser by the . said Iverson, Attorney in fact lor said M. W. IVrry &l Cos., in or* dor that a patent may issue to said purchaser. WALK. LOVE. Columbus,Feb. Ill—B\v(it CAROLINE LOVE. NOTICE. VLL persons interested, are hereby notified that 1 claim to Le the owner of section thirty four, township twent y and range twenty eight, Alabama, the approved Creek Indian contracts, im j which have been lost, and iliat on the first .Monday in April next, at the office of the Hon. Alfred Iverson, in the city of Columbus, Georgia, l will proceed to examine evidence, us to the existence and loss of the said original contracts lor the two parts old-aid section, with the view of establishing copies amt applying to the General Land Office for patents.. February lfi—Swfit 11. !'. IRWIN. GUANO, rpilE season is last approaching when this \at table manure j 1 should bo used. The experience of those who have used it proves, (if we believe their agricultural essays, which we do not doubt) that even the cotton planter is doubly, ami sometimes trebly paid by ils application. Ik, IS. T. Taylor’s experiment applied to pine lands near Co l corii and peas, proves that it much more than doubly p?Tߣniin Gardens are greatly benefited by it, protlucing vegc* .aides in abundance, and leaving 11n* ground much benefited for ihe succeeding years. By referring to the Foil <>ft!:e Bouth, full directions for its application a> well as tor its benefits may be -een. The undersigned lias ii for sale at Greenwood &. floV. Ware house. Jan.2B—tsvu J. R. JONES. For tile rapid Cure of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS, WHOOPINO-COUfiU, CROUP, ASTnMA, AND CONSUMPTION. Many yeais ot trial, it intend of impairing t pnnHc con iiJence in this medicine, has won lor it. an appreciation and notoriety by far exceeding the most sanguine expoctation ul” its friends. Nothing but its intrinsic virtues and the un mistakable benefit conferred on thousands ot smierers could originate and maintain the reputation if enjoys. V> hile many inferior remedies thrust upon the community have failed and been discarded, this has gained triends by every trial, conferred benefits.on the afflicted they can never for get, and produced curs?'too numerous and too remarkable so be forgotten. . While it is a h and on tiie public to pretend that any utn medicine will infallibly cure —still there is abundant proo* that the Cherry Pectoral does not only as a general thing, but almost invariably cure the maladies for which it is em, As time makes these facts wider and better known, this medicine has gradually become the best reliance of the af flicted, fro n the log-cabin of the American Peasant, to the palaces of European Kings, Throughout this entire coun try, in every State, city, and indeed almost every hamlet it contains, Cherry Pectoral is known as the best remedy ex tant for diseases of the Throat and Lungs, and in many foreign countries, it is coming to lx* extensively used by their most intelligent Physicians. In (Treat Britain, 1* ranee and Germany, where the medical sciences have reached their highest perfection, Cherry Pectoral is introduced, and in constant use in the Armies, Hospitals, Alms Houses, Public Institutions, and in domestic practice, as the surest remedy their attending Physicians can employ for the more dan gerous affections of the lungs. Also in milder cases, and tor children it is safe, pleasant and effectual to cure. In fact some of the most flattering testimonials \ve receive have been from parents who have found it efficacious in cases particularly incidental to childhood. The Cherry Pectoral is manufactured by a practical Chemist, and every ounce of it under his own eye, with in variable accuracy and care. It is sealed and protected by law’ from counterfeits, consequently ear. be relied on as gen uine without adulteration. . . We have endeavored here to turnish the community with a medicine of sach intrinsic superiority and worth as should commend itself to their confidence—a remedy at once safe, soeedy and effectual, which this has by repeated and count less trials proved itself to be: and trust by great care in pre paring it with chemical accuracy, of uniform strengin to afford Physicians anew agent on which they can rely for the best results, and the afflicted with a remedy that will do for them all that medicine can do. Prepared and sold by James ( . Aye:, Practical and Analytical Chemist , Lowell, Mass. <Aold in Polumbus, Ga., by ROBERT C ARTER. Sold m > knd danfoßTH & NAGEL ami bv Druggists generally. Jan. 22—w&,tw4m. j,K. ROGERS’ LIVERWORT AND TAR t'm the complete cure *>/ Coughs, ('olds. Influenza. Asthma. Krone hills, IS pit ling of Mood, nod all olh v Lung Complaints tending to COAISI MP / JO \ ; THE GREAT COl’GlI REMEDY ! Reader ! have you a Cough, whicli you suv ne<> lectino-, under the idea that it is oiiiy aeoimnon cold, and that it will soon ‘‘wear itself out U l a irieml tell you. m ail kindness, what will soon be the prohaule resit it. In a short time, if von continue to neglect yourself, you will begin to feel a s -use of tightness and oppression aeries the chess. accompanied with frequent sli. rp dart.- ino pains. Then a dry, hacking Cough will set m, and when you raise anything it will ho a ilnek and yellowish, or vt hiie frothy matter, streaked, perhaps, wit a btood. 11 you still take no medioim . these unphasant symptoms will inorense, and you v. Hi soon have Heetie Fever, Cold Chills, Nitrht Sweats. Copious Exjvcforaou, ec then (:* at Prostration ]fy*u still neglect yoursclt, a tew weeks or months will see you consign.-d to the grave, leaving your i friends to mourn how rapidly Consumption did its work and hurried you away. Friend 1 have you no cause to be 1 alarmed ? in the above sketch yon may see as m a glass how evevv ease of Consumption prog, with more or less rapidity, to a tatal ternunation. Os all the thousands and Millions whom this great Destrivyer has gathered to the tomb, every single ease began with a Cold. It tins oad been attended to, all might have been well : but being neg vx-trti under the fatal delusion that it would “wear itseit of “ it transferred its deadly aetion to the substance of the : Lungs, exciting the re the formation ot tubercles. An other, and another r lil added fuel to the Maine, until tluse tubercles begin to soften and supj male. i. avinif. h\ tlieir ukvration, great cavities in the Lungs. At this ertus, the disefffe is veiy dau-*nit ol cure, and s -c’ defiance ail human meoiit. In tl:c* lalk r• r wi-u! stage, tin and ie w .11 oU-ii- i itm-s nffcbt the ui.-e nr el.eek its pfogros. ... I wil always make ihefeitiint ntorecoiuhii mhlv. ani! pu-l. ttg h s life, and is t!o r. fore . -i tiiy t>; a trial : but in :s incip- j cut or !onning periods Consumption i- a- > i as any other disease,and “Dr. linger.-” Syrup of . v,-t wort, ‘lar [-and Cat.ehr.!: h.a.” f : .k< i: • I this nine, v iii *me it at ‘■ surely as it /. 1 then Phis is .strong laniiuage, but we ; i an refer y*u lonut.tb r’e-s living w itnesses to prove that l it is True.’ And th< ;tl’mv. we earnestly exhort ewry man, woman aud < Lt j.•, win has a Cough, r subject to ( olds,t<> ku lit::- tin diciue b \m\j in the iua:.-e : find whenever you take u old. do n<>t “k! it .• i.-1- ‘’ b> work mischief in your s\ stem, but eradicate it. thoroughly, and at once, by this powerfully healing compound, and h five | vonr Lungs uninjored, to earrv x ,! U in lull v:-.;or to a good ; old age : M o !’ it i: l; s ! Have You deiira'.e, weakly children, who are always ] taking cold, and subject so Croup / Remember! liit r* never was a case ot Croup, which oi l not original in a j Cold ! And when your eldlds goe to hod whet zing am! j coughing, you know not t hat, before morning, Croup may | not set in, and ere von <an get a Physician, your dear child may be beyond tlu .’eachof li- Ip. We beseech von, therefore, as von value the lives of yoar eiuMren, keeps this medicine by you in the whcnyotir little one take cold and commence coughing, give ii to them at once,and rest not until the cough is entirely subdued. We j conscientiously aver, after the most extended experience, j that if this advice were followed, no child need ever] Die. of Croui.'. For the cold would he e tiled, before ii coidd arrive at this j aggravated and fatal stage. Let ever;, Mother, e-pecioily, j lieCd well these remarks, that she may not herealter, when | mourning over the early blight of some cherished blossom, j have occasion biiterly to reproach licr.seif for her criminai neglect. It is an old adage, that ‘‘to be lure warned, isto i he forearmed.” Parents ! so let it le in yoar case. lie sure to ask for 1 >r. A. Rogers’,Syrup of Licericort, ■ Tor and Cunchalagua, and let no other l e palmed on i you. j SCO \ Ii j A M EAI), : II 1* Chartres Street, New Orleans, j Wholesale (leiieral Agents for the Southern States, to w hom all orders and applications for agencies must be addressed. A Iso sold by DAN FORTH <Y NAGEL, Columbus, (la. 1 ROBERT CARTER, “ “ ! C ESN ERA: PEABOJffo. DAVID VOTIN’(d. “ “ And by one .vgcut in every town in and j Alabama. Sold at wholesale by ihe principal Druggists j ii Augusta, Savannah and < ‘harieston, S. <'. I’Vbruarv B—Gw ly Mexican Mustang Liniment ‘1 ilfo invaluable preparation has been hut a few months before the people of the South, \ot many thousands ol bottles have been sold and used in a great vakietv oi iukp.asrs, and it has given universal subslaet.on. V, c have heard of none that were- div-atisiied with it. We offer it as a remedy in the various diseases and com plaints for which it is recommended, wait lull confidence in earing them, as over four millions of ifottfes have b. eit ;,.ld atu! used lbr a *>rcat uiricfy of complaints, both of mi l. am! animal.-, and it has always given satisfaction, be en use it has performed just what we said ii would. L lias healed Cancers and scrofulous sores and ulcers hud resisted the malnienl of the Medical faculty. ygp A child in Fredorieklon, X. !>., a tew days ago burned its leg’s severely against a stove. \he mother im mediately applied Linseed Oi!and Cotton Wool, with a tight bandage over all; in a short time the screams of the ell Id induced the mother to remove 1 lie bandage, w hen it was discovered that the cotton wool had taken lire by spon taneous combustion and had considerably increased the sh eof the burn. The mother happened to think that site had pari of a bofile of Mustang Liniment in her house, which she got immediately and applied I<> the binned limbs of the little sufferer, and as soon as it was .applied, ilie child ceased ils cries and soon after fell asleep in ils mother’s arms, by Ihe soothing influence of this valuable preparation. This is to certify that the Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used quite extensively in the stables ot Adams & Co.’s Great Southern, Eastern and W estern Express, for curing Galls, Chafes, Scratches, Sprains and Em.,...-.and :it lias proved very effectual. Many of their men have ufoo used it on themselves and (heir families, and they all speak of its heahug and remedial qualities in the highest terms. One ofoiir hostlers got kicked, and badly cut and bruised oil his knee—as usual, the Liniment was resorted to, and the soreness and lameness was Soon re moved, and it was perfectly well in three or four days. - j We have no hesitation in recommending it as a valuable preparation, to be used externally on man m- beast. Rheumatism. —Tins is to certify that my wife was af flicted with severe chronic Rheumatism ; she had suffered for months with the most excruciating pains : she had tried Rheumatic Compounds, Reliefs and almost every thing recommended for this droadiul disease. None of | them relieved her pains iu the least. She useo a hlty cent bottle of Mustang Liniment, and it cured her entirely; she : is now perfectly well, and recommends all ot her friends ; to use the Mustang Liniment. (Signed) James L. Oliver. .Savannah, (leorgia, January Ist, 1853. Principal Offices, 30-1 Broadway, New ork. and St. Louis, Missouri. A. (1. BRAGG 6i CO., Proprietors. Sold it) Columbus, Ga.. by GESNER & PEABO.DA . February 5. 1853—iw&wly VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE. STEAM MILLS, LAND, WAGONS, MULES, DARTS, WORK STEERS, STOCK HOGS of superior breeds, COWS, working utensils of various kinds. &?., &e. also, a portion of the mill hands, II wanted by the purchaser of the property. t Dissolution of the copartneisbip heretofore exiting in the l\ nbove valuable property h iving taken |>lfie, ttie midersigu eJi subscribers will proceed to sell, Ou tin* lirsf Saturday in March next, in the nreiviisos,t*the* highest bidder, their STEAM AND GRIST MILLS, With all their appendages, consisiing ot Three Corn Mitts, oi - pable of grinding five hundred bushels per day, and a. turinw MU! with Fren?h Burrs, sufficient to gru-d all tn< “ neat raadein the counlv and convert ii into first rale ijour. ALSO, TWO FIRST PASTE SAW MILLS, Inferior to none in the State : one a. Circular .v,if that can cut with skillful manageinent from six to eight thou-and leet o. Inm- Ikt eer da\. the ot her an Upright (or Bash) equal to any saw <>l that kind ;*the whole prepelleil by an l ugine o i great power, ca able of running ail lhe machinery that can be attached to it. Alt**, Nine Hundred Acres of just retie 1 tne Lana. Well timbered and finely adapted to growing < rillu an iu exlianstible quantity ot hard timber near by, Mutable lor all me j chanical business. , The a e mills known as To welt & L tack mans Meant Mills, arc most favorably situated— bordering on that rich Prairie ration; they have scarce ever been able to supply the wants of the coun try “during summer —the grist mills have to be run day and night to keep up with the custom—water power at that season entirely failing in ail Ihe lime region. The terms of sale liberal ; particulars Hiadc known on the day of sale. _ ________ N. B. POWELL, WILLIS GODWIN, H. BLACKMAN, B. SMITH, Jan. 28--4 t J. D. WALCOTT. United States Mail. I >ROPOSALS lor carrying tht> Mails ol the United 1 States on the following routes from the 1-t day ol April to tiie 3dth clay of June, 1855, will he received at the Contract Office of the Post Office Department, in the city of Washington, until lho’clockA. M. of the 17th day of March next, to he decided hy the next day. 3510 From ilninhridge, Ga., hy Chattahoochee, Ocheesee, West Wintott, Kickoe’s Bind', lola, and Fort Gads den, to Apalachicola, Fia., *2OO miles and hack, three times a week, from the 15th October to 15th June of each year, and twice a week residue. From 15// October to 15/A June. Leave Bainhridge Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday at 5 am; Arrive at Appalachicola next days l>y 11 a m ; 1 leave. Appalachicola Monday, Thursday, and Sat nrday hy JO p m : Atrive at Bninbridge next davs hy 10 p m From 15 th June to 15 October. Leave IJaiulniclgc Sunday and VV ednesday at 5 a m ; Arrive at Appalachicola next days by 11a m ; Leave Appalachicola Monday and Thursday at 10 p iu ; \vrive at Bainhrideenext days by 10 p m. Proposals are invited lor six times a week service ft om 15th October to 15th June of each year. NOTES. Bidders should state the mode of conveyance intended. Mail Agents are to be conveyed without charge, if the ser vice be let to coach, stage, or steamboat conveyance. De duction will be made limn the mail pay for trips not run, and lines imposed for those not performed, agreeably to the contract in all particular*. The Postmaster General may annul the contract for repeated failures, or for violating the Post Office laws. He may alter the contract or schedule, provided he allow pro rata extra pay for additional stock made necessary by the change, and one month’s extra pay in cases of curtailment for the. service dispensed with. No extra pay will be allowed for excess of actual over advertis ed distance, should the distance above stated prove to be short staled. The proposals should he addressed to the Second Assis tant Postmaster General, endorsed “Mail Proposals for Route 3,540,” and he accompanied by a guaranty of one or more responsible persons; also by a certificate of one or more postmasters, setting iotth that the guarantors are able to make good their guainuty. F D. HUBBARD, Post Office Department, Postmaster General. February 8, 1853. _ leb 2*2,8w4t. TtUJY FACTORY, 111 Kills (OCX TV, OKOKGIA. Ware Hoorn on Hast sale UrcaJ street, ne.jci dorr to I*. McLaren . R. G. JSFFSRSON & CO. f?, PROPUIIC I’OltS efliieahove works respectfully inform y* t he public, that they have now on hand tor sale, and arc con s-tantiy manufacturing all descriptions ot Woodkn Mark, such a j Chairs, Skttkks, Beostkadh. Buckets, Tick,&c.. &c., oi the host material, and liniMieil in excellent style under their personal supers ision. They particular!, ealialteiil'mn to i heir various styles and quali ties ol cm airs, \\ liicti, lor neat ness, com tort, durability and.hie ap skss eannoi be surpassed in any country ; varying in j>ricelr<nn Sjltl to s,Ct pordo/eii—specimens of which can tie seen at their Ware It oom one door atiove I’. McLakkn’h, Itroad street, Columbus, which the pub lie are invited to examine. 1 Cvery description oft'hairs, Buckets, Tubs,&c. made to order after any fashion desired. They areaiso prepared to turnish IV in rmiv Sash and Bi.inhs of all descriptions 1o order. 2 preuiiiims were awarded to the i roy t actory at the Southern Agricultural Fair at Macon, for the best specimen oft ‘hair and Wooden Ware. Orders left at their Ware Room—east sole lire a<l street, ireeled to It. <;. Jelferson Cos., Columbus, will meet w rompt attention. May 10— wly TO CAPITALISTS! r|MIF, subscriber desiring to remove West, otters for sale his I interest, Oxk Tot ttriiot an i RON FOUNDERY. t he. foamier, is sUntm in Greene county, Alabama, about six teen miles from Boiling Springs. There is plenty ot ORh, which is pronounced bv those wtio know, to be ot tlie first quality, ibe Founder) lias been in successful operation for two years; makes the FINEST ( JXTJNGS, which have so tar, and al ways will MEET WITH READY SALE. There is also now in course of construction a set of EXTEN SIVE JiILJsX, one fourth of which l also will sell, and which are located within hall a mile of the Iron Works : healthy loca tion, good water, &.c., &c. A man with ('opitet and Energy could make a fortune tlierte For further particulars, address the subscriber at Orion Post Office, Alabama. ,v 5. R- IBBifiLL. February 2—w‘.U JAMES ROUSSEAU Ki;j;i\S a line assortmenl of Groceries on hand, for sale ou reasonable terms, consisting of— -175 Bbls. New Orleans Molasses ; 100 Bbls. Flour ; 20,000 lbs. Bacon Sides ; 75 Sacks Hio Coliee ; 10 Hogsheads New Orleans Sugar; 100 Boxes Tobacco —Assorted Qualities; 25,000 Ci<*ass—Assorted Brands ; 50 Bbls. Whiskey; 20 Bbls. Dexter Whiskey; 10 Bbls. New England Hum; 10 Bbls. Common (Jin ; 25 Jars Suufi; 100 Bushel Cow Peas: 200 Bushel Finder Peas , Also, flagging, Hope and Sail, and many other articles too numerous to mention. Those wishing to purchase, will please give him a call. fry Store West side Broad Street, fi doors above liankin’s Corner. Columbus, Jati. 11,185 . 1 wtf “FANCY""GitOCERY STORE. C. OGLETREE, Oglethorpe Street, opposite Kentucky House. WOULD say to his Fiends, that he has just received a line assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES FOR THE CITY TRADE, which he would be much to have bis friends to call and tee for themselves. The following comprise a part of his stock, viz.: CoQ Fish, dried and pickled Bah non, dried Holleburt, pickled Shad, No. 1,2, & 3 Mackerel, m>. 1 & 2 Kits, Mess Pfcrk, Beans, hi h Potatoes, Rice, Buckwheat Flour, fine St. Louis Flour, Butter, Cheese, Java and Rio Coflee, line Teas, Raisins, dried Figs, Preserves, Pickels, Catsup, Yea Powders, Cranberries, dried Apples and Peaches, fine chew ing Tobacco, Powder and Snot, .Mustard, Onions, Table Salt, and many other articles too tedious to mention. Just received, a Fresh supply of Family Groceries, and a fine lot of Brandy, Wines, Champaign, Cider and Whis key. and a fine lot ot Cigars. Dec 16, 1M52. 51 3rn New Tin, Sheet-Iron & Copper Manufactory. r s U! K undersigned have opened a store on Broad street, oppo 1 ite Hill & Dawson’s old slaml. where they are prepared to furnish everything in their line of business. They have*a large assortment of Srovics on hand, including Pvory variety of shape and pattern. jTin Roofing and Guttering, neatly executed. (k.bunbus. l-’eh. 23—tv.lhn G. SALVO &. G'O. Avery's Sewing Machines. Price Only $25 !! Patented October 19, 1852. i rTTstrtS machine is acknowledged, by aii who have used it, to be ! J superior t<r that ol any other Sewing Machine ever iuvent ed for its simplicity, compactness, the beauty and strength of its -titeh and its cheapness. It v. ei :hs about 25 lbs., and costa only from 825 to 836. It will work.neatly with the smallest thread, the finest muslin, cambric or silk, as well as linen, woolen and i cotton goods, and all kinds of leather. It is so simple, that a 1 child of ID years of age can understand ano work it rapulh, v ith - i out any danger of its getting out of order, and can do the work i of more than'indt-peiidentoV each’ i,rAS.r,ch C iiwjoiher hcl. Is A,..he 11l h is ami strong. It is unlike and much better than any i Otter Moving machine ever invented. 1 h.s machine is peenbar ! lvwlanied to family and plantation use, as it does .ill kinds ot j £ wing, and when known will be generally introduced into fami iK Th'lvervHewhi* Machine Company have perfected their ar nii<"einenta lor manufacturing on the largest scale, and will sup nK anv n mber of machines at the shortest notice. Orders ad listed !n CHARLES N KTTLETON, 251 Broadway, New \ ork, will receive promo, attention. January 11, 1 85 *> (NUMBKR 76