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rr Advertisements conspicuously inserted at One Dollar
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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 of sale, the following projxrty to-vyit:
Water Lot number eleven (owned and occupied by the Howard
Manufacturing Company, meets and bounds as set fortl* by the !
deed from the Water Lot Company to Van Leonard for the How- j
urd Manufacturing Company,) together with the factory building
thereon, with all the machinery and tackle thereto belonging; j
also, the store room and offices on said lot, fronting on Front
street; also, the large brick building on the corner of Front and
Bryant streets, and the tenement next thereto, ironting 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; all lying and being in the county of Muscogee, j
and levied on us the property of the Howard -Manufacturing ;
Company to satisfy sundry ti fas in my hands ; one in favor of !
Robert Mitchell, from Muscogee Inferior Court: one from the j
Superior Court of Muscogee in favor of John Warren, and other !
fl fas in my hands against said Company.
Also, a lot of drygoods, consisting of calicos, silk, muslin,laces, !
ready made clothing, bonnets, hats, shoes, blankets, , levied ;
on as the property of E. &. B. Mendheim, to satisfy all fa from 1
Muscogee Superior Court in favor of Binswanger &. Eger, and
other fi fas in my hands against Emil Mendheim and Benjamin
Also, a lot of dry goods, consisting of muslins, laces, silk, cali
co, &c., levied on as the property of Francis Colliding, to satisfy
a distress warrant in favor of John B. Strapper, against said
Also, one and a half shares of the capital stock of the Muscogee
Railroad company, levied on as the property.-, of Lively &. Clapp, i
to satisfy a fl fa from Muscogee Superior Court in favor 01 John
Banks against Lively & Clapp.
Also, a negro boy named Ceorge, about eighteen or nineteen
years old, levied on as the property of Marcus Johnson to satisfy
a Ufa (rom Pike 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 ol oxen and cart, all levied on as the property of Daniel D.
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 i
five years old, and I.odiska a girl about twelve years old, and the
life estate of Richard W. Fox to Coffee, a man about fifty five j
years old, and Clarisa a woman about fifty years old; all levied
on as the property of Richard W. Fox. to satisfy a fi fa from
Muscogee Superior Court in favor of John Banks; and otherfi
fas in my hands said Fox.
Also, at the same place, will be >old, on the first Tuesday in
At ay next, the following- property, to-wit :
John a man about forty years old, Agnes a woman about forty- 1
three years old, Cornelius a man about twenty one years old,
Catherine a girl about twelve years old, Daniel about ten and
Charlotte a girl about five years oid; all levied on as the proper
ty of Silas McGrady to satisfy a mortgage fi la from Muscogee Su
perior Court in fgvdr of Wi llbun A. Redd against said A/cCradv.
-—V, 5. RUTHERFORD, Sheriff. *
Cqlurnhu**. March I—td c > ’
ORDINARY COURT—JAN. TERM, 1853.
C A EORGIA, Randolph county.—it appearing to the Court by
T the petition of Benjamin Dawson, that John G. Mainor of
said county, deceased, did, ir.his lite time, execute to said Ben
jamin Dawson, his bond, conditioned to execute titles in fee sim
ple so said Benjamin Dawson, to west halfoflot of land number
one hundred and forty six, in the tenth district of said county, and
it further appearing that said John G. Mainor departed this life
without executing titles to said lot of land, or in any way pro
viding for the same; audit appearing that said Benjamin Daw
son has paid the full amount of the purchase price of said half
lot; and Raid Benjamin Dawson having petitioned this Court to
direct David T. Langley, Administrator upon the estate of John
G. Mainor, deceased, to execute to him titles to said land in con
formity with said bond :
it is, therefore, hereby ordered, That notice, be given at three
or more public places in said county and in Columbus Times and
Sentinel of such application, that all persons concerned may file
objections in Clerk's office, if any they have, why said David
T. Langley, Administrator as aforesaid, should not. execute titles
lo said half lot ofland in conformity with said bond.
A true extract from Ihe minutes of said court, Feb. 28th, 1853.
March B—lOwSm O P BEAM., Ordinary.
Seaborn Joses, j
vs. Bill for Dis-
Georgk Field, Thr Southern Like Ism*- icoverv, Relief,
RANCH AND TRUST COMPANY, TIIE PIIOtMX ‘ &C., ill MuSCOgee
Bank, William Dougherty, George llvr- ] Superior Court.
or wits, John Banks and Philip T. Schley.J
It appearing to the Court that the defendants, George Field
and the Southern 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.
it is, on motion of complainant, ordered that t ho said Field and
the said Southern Life in. uid Trust Cos. plead, answer or demur
to said Bill, not deinurriug alone, on or before lhe first day of the
next Term : And it is further ordered thn . the above order be
published by the Cleric 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 Novetnbei Term, 1832, this 10th dav of January, 1853.
, JOHN 11. STURGIS, Cleric,
Jan. 11, 1853 1 m4m
GEORGIA, ) Coi rt oi Ordinary,
Talbot county > j FebruaryTeiin, 1853.
RULE SI SI.
WHEREAS, William F. Robertson applies by pel It ion lor
letters of dismission as the administrator of Barney Wii.--.on,
late 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 t hey have, why said ietters should not be
A true extract from the minutes of said court, 24th Feb., 1853.
March I—ilwfim MARION BETHUNE. Ordinary.
Reuben Simmons t
vs. > Mortgage, Ac—September Term, 1852.
John C. Silvky, N
PRESENT the lion. William Taylor, Judge of the Superior
Court. It appearing to the court by lhe petition of Reuben
Simmons, that on the 30th of June, 1845. John O. Silvey made
und 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 dated said
note, the said Reuben Simmons, seven hundred and fifty dollars
for lot ol laud nuinbei four hundred in tin* twenty sixth district
of Early county, And that afterwards, on the same day and year
aforesaid, the said John C. Silvey the better to secure the pay
nient of said note executed an l delivered io said Reuben Sim
mons, his deed of mortgage, whereby the said John <'. Silvey con
veyed to the said Reuben Simmons lot of laud number four hun
dred in the twenty sixth district of said county of Early, contain
ingtwo hu.uired and fifty acres, more or less—conditioned that
if said John C. Silvey should pay off and discharge said n. te, or
cause the same to be done according to the tenor and effect there
of. that then the said deed of mortgage and said note should be
come and be null and void to all intents and purposes. Audit
tnither 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 C. Silvey so to do, the equity of re
demption in and to said mortgaged premises he forever the rafter
barred and loreelosed. Aiul it is further ordered —That this rule
be published in the Columbus Times once a month for four
months,ora copy thereof served on the said John C. Silver or his
agent or attorney at least three months previous to the next term
of said Court.
Reuben Simmon-'. ),, .
vg. f Early Mipertor Court, S<*pi Term. 1852.
John C. Silvey. S Rule Nisi to foreclose Mortgage.
IT appearing to the Court that the defendant resides without
the limits of this county. It, there lore, on motion of PITU.
Counsel—That service be peifected by publication of this order,
once a month for lour months in the Columbus Tunes, a public
gazette. s. S. STAFFORD, Pl’ffs. AtFnv.
A true extract from the minutesof Eary Superior Court at Sou
temberterm. 1832. * y
Bee 7—434 in TIIOS B. ANDREWS, cVk
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.’
GEORGIA. ) Court of Ordinary, October Term. 1852.
Alusr.ogec county. ) RULE .XI SI.
W H h Kh^ S ., F-d ward Broughton, Administrator of the. estate
j t v of Lewis Lockey, deceased, having applied for letters of di-
J mission. It is ordered by the court that all persons concerned,
. shew cause, if any they have, why the said Edward Broughton,
admnistrator as aforesaid, should not be dismissed at the next
I May Term ol said court.
A true extract from the minutes ofsaid court, Oct 9th JBs*2
Oct 12—mfim JOHN JOHNSON, Ordinary.’
GEORGIA, ) Court Ordinary, October Term. 1852.
Aluscogcr. county, j RUj.E.X 1 si.
WHEREAS, John Forsyth, Administrator oftheestate of John
, Y Y Forsyth, deceased, having applied for letters of dismission,
t is ordered by the court that all persons concerned, shew cause,
1 any they have, whysaid administrator should not be dismissed
at lhe next May term of said court.
A ‘rue transcript from the minutesof said court, Oct 9th, 1852.
Oct 12—mfim JOHN JOHNSON, Ordinary.
( Georgia, Raudolplt county.--YYheieas, Samuel A.
! y* Grier, administrator de bonis non on the estate of John 11.
| Weaver, late ol said county, deceased, has petitioned for letters
of dismission from said administration.
* r i hese are, therefore, to rile, admonish and require all persons
concerned to file their objections, if any they have, on or before
1 the September term of the Court of Ordinary oV said county, i<.
be holden on tlie first Monday of September next, otherwise said
administrator will he then and there dismissed.
Given under my hand at office this 22d day of Februar v, 1853
March I—9wt>oi O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
p corgia, Itaiulolph county.—Whereas, Ai n L.
!11 Jenks applies to me for letters of Guardianship for the per
son and property of Frances Rigsby, orphan of Enoch Uigs by,
late of said county, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and 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 I—! t - O. IJ.1 J . BEALL, < rdinary.
(Georgia, Raiulol]ili county.--Whereas, John U'ol
.X lier applies to me for letters of administration, cum test out w
to annexo, on the estate of John Frith, late of said county, dcc'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the
creditors and kindred of said deceased lo appear at my office
within the time prescribed by law, and shew cause, if any ihey
have, why said letters should’ not be granted.
Given under my hand at office the 22d day of February, 1833.
March I—9w7t _ O. P. BEALL, < irdina
Georgia, Early county.—Whereas, Jolm r l horn).son ‘
applies to me for letters of administration with the will an
nexed, upon the estate of Robert Thompson, late of said couniy,
These are to notify all persons concerned, to be and appear at
my office witiiin the time prescribed by law, and shew cause, if
any they have, why said letters should not be granted said ap
Given under my hand at office this February 24, 1853.
A.'arch I—9w7t S. S. ST A I'FORD, Ordinal-}.
(T eorgia, Early county.--Whereas, Joseph Grimslcy,
X administrator with the Will annexed, upon the estate of
Sarah Grimslcy, late of said county deceased, makes application
to me for letters of dismission from tlie further administration of
said estate. All persons concerned are hereby notified to be and
appear at my office, within the time prescribed by law. and
shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not la
granted said applicant.
Given under my hand at office, this February the 24tli, 1853.
March I—9w6in S. 8. STAFFORD, Ordinary.
f'A eorgia, Early county.-*All persons are desired io
\ X take notice, that letters of Administration will be granted
the Clerk of the Superior Court of said county, on the estate of
the late Nathaniel G. Bartlett, unless objections be filed by Ha
first Monday in April next.
Feb 23—9w7t 8.8. STAFFORD, Ordiimr-.
Vtlmiiiistrator’s Sale —Agreeably to an order of i he
Ordinary of Early county, will be sold oh the first Tuesday
in April next, in the town of Dublin, Laurens county, lot of land
number eighty-nine, in tlie first district of Laurens county. Fold
as the propel ty of the late Alfred Renfroe, of Early count y, and
or the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased. Tern:--',
on day of sale. TIIOS. B. ANDREWS, Adm'r.
(; EORGIA, ) Court of (irdinarv- for said county.
Early county. ) January Term, 1853.
( A WEN W. SHACKELFORD, Guardian of the minor he in: • f
” / James Foster and Asa Travis, deceased, having applied io
4 lie Court for letters of dismission from Jhe -guardianship ol sfo.4
minors; It is hereby ordered, That all persons concerned', be”
and appear at the March term of said Court,and cause shew, (if
any they have) why said applicant should not be dismissed Sr*, m
said guardianships’. A true extract from the minutesof said .*••!• .
January 15th, 1853.
January 25—4wGt S.S. STAFFORD, Ordinary.
/A eorgia, Randolph county.--Whereas, Daniel A.
VX Newsom, applies to me for letters of Guardianship for the
persons and property of William Newsom and Glaucus Newsom,
minors aim orphans of John Newsom, late of said county, dcc'd.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the j
kindred of said orphans to lie and appear at my office within the
time prescribed by law, and shew cause, it tiny they can, why
said letters should not be granted.
Given under mv hand at office*, February Bth, 1853.
Fed>. 15—7w7t o.l*. BEALL. < > rdinary
eorgia, Randolph county.—Whereas, Henry L.
IT Taylor and Mariah L. Taylor apply to me for letters of ad
ministration on the estate of William ‘l'aylor, late oi said couniy,
These arc, therefore, to cite mid admonish all anu singular the
kindred and creditors of said deceased, to b:: and appear at my
office within the lime prescribed by law, and show cause, ii any
they have, why said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand at office, tins the 22*.i day of Jan., !8.>3.
Jan. 29—5w6t ‘ O. P. BE ALL, Ordinary.
/X eorgia,Randolph county—Whereas, John Peter-
V.X son applies to me for letters of administration on the estate
•of Archibald Peterson, late of said county, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular Hu*
kindred and creditorsofsaid deceased, to be and appear at my of
fice, within the time prescribed by law, aiul shew cause, if any
they have, why said letters should not be granted.
Given under iny hand at office this 11th lav ot January, 1853.
January 18—3w5t _£>. P. BEAT.!., Ordinary.
n eovgin, Karly county.--Whereas, Jesse Collier
It uv.’Ues application to me for letters ot Guardianship of tlie
persons and property of Martha, John and William Trav is, minor
heirs of Asa Travis, deceased; and of Shepperd and Maiissa
Foster, minors of Jane Foster, deceased :
These are to notify all persons concerned, to shew cause, it any
they have, wliv 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-4wtit 8. 8. Si'AFFORD, Ordinary.
Georgia, Randolph county—Whereas, Thomas
Coram, administrator of the estate ot Joseph W iliisuus de
ceased, applies to me for letters of dismission, lhese aio, toeic
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 j
band at office the 2lst day of sept ‘52.
Sept 28—39wtill) ‘*P 1* 1 -■. LL rdiiuh‘\ .
< 1 eorgia, Randolph county—Whereas, Thomas W
VX Garner.administrator on the estate of William L .Morgan,
deceased, app.ies to me fbr letters of dismission therefrom. These
are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular tue parties
nterested. to show cause, if any they have, within the time pre
f scribed by law, why said letters should not be granted. <- iven
i under mv hand at office sent Ifith, 52.
g e . •8 39w6m O P BEALT., Ordinary, i
Vdministrator’s Sale of Votes, Accounts, A-c
Will be sold ou tiie first Tuesday in April next, :u the mar
ket house, in the city of Columbus, between the legal hours ot
Sheriff's sale, the outstanding accounts, notes and due bills ot
Peabody & Cos., claimed by administrator of Augustus Peabody,
deceased, as the exclusive property of his intestate, warranty in
1 every respect expressly excluded. Fold by order ot Court otOr
dinary for Muscogee county, asdebts insolvent and of doubt!iq i
j collection. Verms of sale cash.
\VM. N. NEIiPON, Ad in r.
AUGUSTUS PEABODY, dcc’d.
A/arch 2—twJt&wlds Per R. Watson Dknton, Attorney.
Sal©.—Agreeable to an order oi the
couri of Ordinary of Early county, will be sold, on the first
: Tuesday in April next, before tin. court house door in Blakely, a
likely ueirroboy named Wesley, about fourteen year-old, ol light
complexion, belonging to the estate of Dr. John Hill, deceased.
Sold to make a division ot said estate.
Jan. 20—ids WILLIAM HILL, Adm'r.
ITtxeciil or*s Sale.--Will be sold inThomasville, in Thora
lias county, on the first Tuesday in May next, lotoflaml mem
ber eighty eight, in the eighth district of said count). Sold by
order of tlie court, of Ordinary of lia: dolph county, ns the pro
perty of Hiram Harrison, deceased.
March 15—wtds SOLE, Ex’r.
■yoricc to debtors ami creditors.— \ll persons
holding demands against the estate ol Oliver H. P. Daniet.
j late of Talbot cumtv, deceased, are hereby notified to present
| i hem for payment, duly authenticated, within the time prescribed
bv law : ami those indebted to said deceased, are requested to
make immediate payment oi the same.
March I--9wfit JOSEPH BROWN, Adm’r.
■VJotice to debtors and creditors.--All persons
iN indebted to the estate of Janus Baugh, late of Muscogee
county, deceased, are hereby requested to make immediate pay
ment; ami all persons having demands against said deceased,
will render them according to law.
WILLIAM C. GRAY, Adm'r.
Columbus, March 12 —10\\7i
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 1(1, 1853.
XTetlce to Debtors and Creditors—All persons m-
IN debted to the estate of John A. Walker, deceased, are re
quested to come forward and make payment, and thsse tedding
i claims against said estate are requested to present them duly au
thenticated to me. JAB. 8. WALKER, Adm r.
N otice to Debtors ami Creditors.—All persons
indebted to the estate ot John Newsom, deceased, late ol
Randolph county, are requested to make immediate payment ;
and those having demands against said estate, are requested to
present them duly authenticated to me.
Feb. 15—7'Viit * DANIEL A. NEWSOM. Adm’r.
Notice to debtors and creditors.—All persons in
debted to the estate of Epsy Hyson, late of Early county,
deceased, are requested to make immediate payment; and all
persons having demands against said estate, are requested to hand
them in duty authenticated within the time prescribed by law, to
Marc h 15-w5? ABNER DYSON, Adm’r.
r Hwo months after date application will be
1 made to tiie honorable court of Ordinary of Early county,
j for leave to sell the lands belonging to Epsy Dyson, late of said
county, deceased. ABNER DYSON, Adm’r.
l 'J' , '\VO months after date, I shall apply’ to the
Court of • Irdinary of Bandotph county, for leave to sell the
lands belonging to Stephen Weatherbv, late of said county, dec'd
Feb. 15—7w2m MARTIN POLLOCK, Adm'r.
pIVO months after date, application willbe
i made so the Court of (Irdinarv ol Randolph county, for leave j
to sell iue negroes belonging to the -t -.to of George W. Move, !
deceased, late of said county.
January 23—4w2m WiM. A. MOVE, Adm’r.
oipWQ months after date, 1 shall apply to the
X Court of Ordinary of Randolph county for leave to sell a
negro belonging to tliernii ors of Sol. Graves, deceased.
January 18—3w2m B. GRAYE-Sj Guardian.
r UWO months after date application will be
A made to the Court of Ordinary of La.ly county, for leave to
sell the lands belonging to the estate of Epsey Dyson, deceased
January 29 —2m ABN Lit DY ON. Adm’r.
rp\VO months after date, we shall apply to
1. the Court of Ordinary of Randolph county for leave to sell a
town lot in Covington, Newton county, as the property of Sol.
Graves, deceased. L. A. GONEKE,) I
January 18—2 m with the vVili annexed.
TWO inotiliis after date 1 shall apply to tlie
X Qourt of Ordinary of Randolph county, for leave to sell the
and belonging to Henry Sandlin, ifooe.tsed.
Feb. 8- Gw2m ‘ _ JESSE SANDLIN, Adm’r.
NOTICE. • ;
I” hereby warn all persons against trading lor a note which I
1 made to one R. F. Morris ; the consideration thereof having :
‘•died. I do not intend to cash the same unless compelled by law.
The following is in substance a copy of said note :
“By the first day of January next, l promise to pay It. F. Mor
ris or order, the sum of eight hundred and ten dollars, tor value
received, with interest from date, this February 12, 1853.
(Signed) Matthew J. Lewis.
Blakely, March I—9w2t M. J. LEWIS.
\i.L persons are hereby notified, that 1 claim to own the west
. half of section live, township fourteen, range twenty seven,
a Creek Indian reservation, certified and approved lo me; and
the approved contract for which having been lost or mislaid,
1 shall proceed, on the first Monday in April next, at live office of ;
iho Hon. Alfred Iverson, in this city, to take testimony as to the
lossof said contract, in order to establish a copy thereof agreea
bly to the regulations of (he Generat Lund Office, and to apply
for a patent, in my name, JAMES KIVLIN.
Columbus, Ga., February Id—Bw<>t
A LL persons are hereby notified, that as sole heirs at. law of ;
ii. the fate James 8. Calhoun, we claim to own the east part, of
section two, township nineteen and range twenty-eight in Cham
bers county, Alabama, the same being a (.'reek Indian reserva
tion, certified and approved to M. \V. Perry &. Go., the approved
contract for which has been lost or mislaid so that it cannot, after
diligent search and enquiry, be found.
Having contracted to sell said land, wo shall proceed, on the
first Monday In April next, at the office of lion Alfred Iverson, 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 Land Office, and that we shall then
and there caesg the same to be assigned to the purchaser by the
‘said Iverson, Attorney in’ Get tor said ST.AY. Per •*)*•&■ Cos., in or*
der that a patent may issue to said purchaser.
Columbus, Fob. 10—Hw-tli CAROLINE LONG.
VLL persons interested, are hereby notified that I claim to he
the owner of section thirty four, township twenty and range
twenty eight, Alabama, the approved Greek Indian contracts, toi
which have been lost, and that on the first Monday in April next,
at the office of the Hon. Alfred Iverson, in the city of Columbus,
Gcotgia, i will proceed to examine evidence, as to tiie existence
and loss of the said original contracts for the two parts of said
section, with the view of establishing copies and applying to
the General Land Office for patents.
February Id—Swot 11. F. IUW IN.
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their attending Physicians can employ for the more dan- !
gerous affections of the lungs. Also in milder cases, and ;
j for children it is sate, pleasant and effectual to cure. In :
i fact,some of the most flattering testimonials we 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 cate. It is sealed and protected by
law from counterfeits, consequently ear. be relied on as gen
uine without adulteration.
We have endeavored here to furnish the community with
a medicine of such intrinsic superiority and worth as should
commend itself to their confidence—a remedy at once safe,
speedy 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 strength to
afford Physicians anew agent on which they can rely for
i the best results, and the afflicted with a remedy that will do
1 for them all that medicine can do.
Prepared and sold by James C. Ayer.
Practical und Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass.
Sold in Columbus, Ga., bv ROBERT GARTER,
and DANFORTH & NAGEL
and by Druggists generally. Jan. 22—w&tw4m.
DR. ROGERS’ LIVERWORT AND TAR
For the complete cure of Coughs, Colds , Influenza.
A-sthma. Bronchitis, Spitting of lllond. and all other
Lung Complaints tending to CONSUMPTION;
THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY!
Reader ! have you a Cough, which you are neglecting,
under the idea that it is only a common cold, and that it
will soon‘‘wear itself out ?” Let a friend tell you, in all
kindness, what will soon be the probable result.
In a short time, if you continue to neglect yourself,
you'wil! begin to feel a sense of tightness and oppression
across the chest, accompanied with frequent sh; rp dart
ing pains. Then a dry, hacking Cough will set in, and
when you raise anything it will boa thick and yellowish,
or \thite frothy matter, streaked, perhaps, with blood. It
you still take no medicine, these unpleasant symptoms will
increase, and you will soon have Hectic Fever, Cold
Chills. Night Sweats, Copious Expeetornoii, & then Great
Prostration. If you still neglect yourself, a few weeks or
months will see you consigned to the grave, leaving your
friends to mourn how rapidly Consumption did its work
and hurried you away. Friend ! have you no cause to be
alarmed ? In the above sketch you may see as in a glass
how every ease of Consumption progresses, with more or
| less rapidity, to a fatal termination. Os all the Thousands
and Millions whom this great Destroyer has gathered to
the tomb, every single ease began with a C<dJ. If this had
been attended to, all might have been well; hut being neg
lected, under the fatal delusion that it would “wear itself
offV’ it transferred its deadly action so thesubstance of the
Lungs, exciting there the formation of tubercles. An
other, and another cold added fuel to tiie flame, until these
tubcreles began to soften and suppurate,leaving, by their
ulceration, great cavities hi the Lungs. At this crisis,
the disease is very difficult of cure, and oftentimes sets at
defiance all human moans.
in the latter or worst stage, this medicine will often
hues arrest the disease, or check its progress, and wil
always make thepatient more comfortable, and prolong hi
life, and is therefore worthy of a trial ; —but in its inoip
ent or forming periods Consumption is as curable as any
other disease, and ‘‘Dr. Rogers’ Syrup of Liverwort, Tar
and Canchalagua,” if taken at this time, will cure it at
surely as it is taken ! This is strong language, but we
can refer you to numberless living witnesses to prove that
it is True! And therefore, we earnestly exhort every
man, woman and child, who has a Cough, or is subject to
Colds, to keep this medicine by you in the house; and
whenever you take Cold, do not “let it alone” to work
mischief in your system, but eradicate it thoroughly, and
at once, by this powerfully healing compound, and leave
your Lungs uninjured, to carry you in lull vigor to a good
old age 1
M O T HE US!
Have you delicate, weakly children, who are always
taking eoid,and subject to Croup ? Remember ! There
never was a ease of Croup, which did not originate in a
Cold ! And when your child* goe to bed wheezing and
coughing, you know not that, before morning, Croup may
not set in, and ere you can get a Physician, your dear
child may be beyond tiie reach of help. We beseech you,
therefore, as you value tlie lives of your children, keeps
this medicine by you in the house,and wlienyotir little one
take cold and commence coughing, give* it to them at
once,and rest not until the cough is entirely subdued. We
conscientiously aver, after the most extended experience,
that if this advice were followed, no child need ever
Dee of Croup.
For the cold would bo cured, before it could arrive at this
aggravated and fatal stage. Let every Mother, especially,
heed well these remarks, that she may not hereafter, when
mourning over the early blight of some cherished blossom,
have occasion bitterly to reproach herself for her criminal
neglect. It is an old adage, that “to be fore warned, is to
be forearmed.” Parents ! so let it lie in your ease.
Re sure to ask for Dr. A. Rogers’Syrup oi Liverwort,
Tar and Canchalagua, and let no other i.e palmed on
JSCOVIL A MEAD,
1 I 1 Chartres Street, New Orleans.
Wholesale General Agents for the Southern
States to whom all orders and applications
for agencies must be addressed.
Also sold bv
I) AN PORT 11 &N AG EL. Columbus, <3.
GESNER & PEABODY,
DAVID YOUNG. “
And by one Agent in every town in Georgia and
Alabama. Sold at wholesale by the principal Druggists
in Augusta, Savannah and Charleston, S. C.
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
THIS invaluable preparation has been but a few mouths
before the people of the South, yet many thousands of .
bottles have been sold and used in a great variety of
diseases, and it lias given universal satisfaction. We
have heard of none that were dissatisfied with it. We
offer it as a remedy in the various diseases mid com
plaints for which it is recommended, with lull confidence
in curing them, ns over four millions of Bottles have been
s>>ld and used for a great variety of complaints, both of
men and animals, and it has always given satisfaction, be
cause it. lias performed just what we said it would. If lias
healed Cancers find scrofulous sores and ulcers that had
resisted the treatment of the Medical Faculty.
A child in Frederickton, N. IE, a few days ago
burned its legs severely against a stove. Tiie mother im
mediately applied Linseed Oil and Cotton Wool, with a
tight bandage over all; in a short time the screams of the
child induced the mother to remove the bandage, when it
was discovered ilxit tlie cotton wool had taken fire by spon
taneous combustion and had considerably increased the
size of tlie burn. The mother happened to think that she
had part of a bottle of Mustang Liniment in her house,
which she got immediately and applied to the burned
limbs of the little sufferer, and as soon as it was applied, .
the child ceased its cries and soon after fell asleep in its
mother’s arms, by the soothing influence of tiffs valuable
‘l'his is to certify that the Mexican Mustang Liniment
has been used quite extensively in the stables of Adams A
Co.’s Great Southern, Eastern and Western Express, for
curing Galls, Chafes, Scratches, Sprains and BruL .-.and i
it lias proved very etTee'ual. Many of their men have i
also used it on themselves and their families, and they all
speak of its healing and remedial qualities in the highest
terms- One of our hostlers got kicked, and badly cut and
bruised on his knee—: s usual, the Mustang Liniment was
resorted to. and tlie soreness and lameness was soon re- I
moved, and it was perfectly well in three or four days— ■
We have no hesitation in recommending it as a valuable j
preparation, to be used externally on man or beast.
Rheumatism.—This is to certify that my wife was af
flicted with severe chronic* Rheumatism ; she had suffered
for months with the ou st excruciating pains; she had i
tried Rheumatic Compounds, Reliefs and almost every i
thing recommended for this dreadful disease. None of 1
them relieved her pains in the least. She used a fifty cent
b ‘.tie of Mustang Liniment, and it cured her entirely; she
is now perfectly well, and recommends all of her friends
to use the Mustang Liniment.
(Signed) -Fames L. Ohiveh.
Savannah, Georgia. Jan nan Ist, IBf>3.
Principal Offices, 304 Broadway, New York, and St.
A. (r. BRAGG cY CO., Proprietors.
Sold in Golumbus, Ga., by GESNER Ai PEABODY.
February 5, 1853 tWeYwly
New Tin, Sheet-Iron & Copper Manufactory.
r IMIK nndersisriied hsveopened a store on Broad stre-ei. oppo
X site Hill fc Dawson's old stand, where they are prepared to
tarnish everything in their line of business.
They have a large assortment of Stovls on hand, including
every rgritty of shape and pattern.
Tin Roofing and Guttering, neatly executed.
Columbus, Feb. 23—tw3m c. SALVO & CO. <
■ HERRING’S PATENT FIRE PROOF SAFE
WITH HALL’S PA TEAT POWDER PROOF LOCK.
HAVING received the Prize Medals at the U'orld's Fair, are
now offered by the subscriber to the public as Ur* Prize
Safe of the IP or Id. Tested and approved as they have been
everywhere, their crowning victory was reserved to be aw arded
by the Juries of the World’s Fair. The subscriber also contin
ues to manufacture and furnish Wilder's Patent Salamander safe,
(being the tirst in the United States to whom the Patent was as
! signed,) w hich has been favorably and w idely known, and ac
kiu wkdged as the best safe until the discovery of
Herring’s Fire and Burglar Proof Safe,
IP nidi are offered as the Champion Safe.
The undeniable evidence of the superiority ofthe .Safes manu
factured by the subscriber is known and acknowledged by a dis
criminating public, who are assured that all safes made and sold
by him, or his authorized ageuts, (none genuine except they have
his name upon a metal plate,) will be equal or superior to any of
the many which have passed through the fiery ordea?, preserving
the contents uninjured, as published and noticed by the press
heretofore, in ihe burning ot the Tribune Building; great tires
in New York and Sag Harbor, in 1845 ; at New Orleans, 1842;
at Tallahassee, in 1843 ; Providence, in 1846 ; Buffalo and New
York city, in IS4? ; at Bt. Louis. Albany, Plattsburg and Detroit,
I in 1848; the great St. Louis ‘ire, at Milan, (>., and the great
! burning at New Orleans, in 1849; great fires at C.'irfornia, Chica
go, and Syracuse, in 1850; and at M. Charles Hotel, N. O. in
i 1851: great fires in 1852, at New York, Philadelphia, Cheraw, 8.
0., Montreal,On. Colborne,Ca.,Bt. Louis, and Ogdensburg, and
i many others, some of which can be seen at the sales room of tho
Manufacturer of Herring's Patent Fire Proof, ami
( Wilder’s) Patent Salamnder Safes.
Patentee ami Manufacturer of Hall’s Anti-
Gun Powder Lock.
SILAS C. HERRING,
Green Block, corner of Water, Pine and Depeystcr streets.
Between Jl/aiden Lane and Wall street, New York.
IL C. Jones’, Day & Newell’s,and other Patent Locks furnish
ed at manufacturers’ prices, when preferred to Hall’s Anti-Gun
Powder and Burglar Proof Leeks, w hich received the Prize Medal
, at the World's Fair, and which cannot be had at any other place
in the city. The following certificates have just been received:
JJr. Silas C. Herring—Sir : It give us much pleasure to state
that a Safe of your make was the means of preserving our books
and valuable papers, together with a lot of Silver .spoons, Forks,
&c., from destruction by the Fire that occurred in our?tore,on
the night of the 27th ult., at No. 46 Montgomery street. The fire
commenced near the sale, which, owing to its situation on a
wall, did not fall into the cellar, bet was exposed to the lull heat
of the fire from its commencement, and wnen taken front the
ruins had all the brass plates and knobs completely melted off.
Yours. R. B. EARLE & CO.
Jersey’ City, Feb. 3, 1853.
New York, Feb. 16, 1853.
Mr, Silas C. Herring — Sir : We deem it a duty to hand you
a certificate of the fact, that the entire coutentsof the sale bought
of you were preserved uninjured, after remaining twelve hours
in the fire, which destroyed the building occupied by us, No. 75
Nassau street,on the night of the 3d inst. The bo’oks, papers,
and money, were as period as when put in the sale, all the watch
movements were in running order, and some of them in motion.
J. DUCOMMIN St. SON,
Watch UaseAfakers and Importers.
&N. U.-l ‘he. subscriber, proprietor of the
SALAMANDER MARBLE COMPANY.
Has foreale a large assortment of Marble!zed Iron Mantle,
Table and Bureau Tops, Columns, &c. &c. Principal Depot, No.
813 Broadway. Specimens on exhibition at the .Salamander Safe
Depot, Nos. 135, 137 and 139 Water Street.
P. 8. —John Farrel, Agent for the sale of the genuine Sala
mander Safes and Marbleized Iron, at manufacturers prices.
Depot No. 34 Walnut street, and 25 Grauite street. Philadelphia.
M ch s—tw3 SILAS C. HERRING.
United States Mail.
PROPOSALS lor carrying the Mails of the United
States on the following routes from the Ist day of
April to the 30th day of June, 1855, will be received at the
Contract Office of the Post Office Department, in the city
of Washington, until 10 o’clock A. M. of the 17th day of
March next, to be decided by the next day.
35-10 From Bainbridge, Ga., by Chattahoochee, Ocheesee,
West Win ton, Rickoe’s Bluff', lola, and Fort Gads
den, to Apalachicola, Fla., 200 miles and back,three
times a week, from the 15th October to 15th June of
each year, and twice a week residue.
From 15 th October to 15 th Jane.
Leave Bainbridge Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday at
5a m ;
Arrive at Appalaehicola next days by 11 a in ;
Leave Appalaehicola Monday, Thursday, and Sat
urday by JO p nt ;
Arrive at Bainbridge next days by 10 p m
From 15 th Jane, to 15 October.
Leave Bainbridge Sunday and Wednesday at 5 a m ;
Arrive at Appalaehicola next days by 11am;
Leave Appalaehicola Monday and Thursday at 10
Arrive at Bainbridge next days by 10 p m.
Proposals are invited for six times a week service from
15th October to 15tb June of each year.
Bidders should state the mode of conveyance intended.
Mail Agents are to be conveyed without charge, if the ser
vice be let to coadi, stage, or steamboat conveyance. De
duction will be made from the mail pay for trips not run,
and fines imposed for those not performed, agreeably to the
contract in all particulars. The Postmaster General may
annul the contract for repeated failures, or for violating the
Post Office law.-. 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
The proposals should be addressed to tiie Second Assis
tant Postmaster General, endorsed “Mail Proposals for
Route 3,540,” and be accompanied by a guaranty of one or
more responsible persons.; also by a certificate of one or
more postmasters, setting forth that the guarantors are able
to make good their guaianty. S. D. HUBBARD,
Post Office Department, Postmaster General.
February 8, 1853. fob 22,8w4t.
COPPER AND SHEET IRON
rnilE subscriber, ever grateful for past patronage begs leave to
1 inform his friends and the public that he has one ofthe largest
assortments of Tin Ware and Housekeeping articles ever offered
in this market; consisting as follows: Bath Tubs, Shower Baths,
with Brass Valves, Hip Baths do., Sponged Pyramid cake and
ornamental moulds; Jelly moulds;coffee Filterers; do.Biggins; do
large and small Urns; Knife Trays; do. Washers, anew article;
Brooms, Cocoa Dippers; Pie and Dessert plates, all sizes; Britan
nia ware, of all kinds; Spice Boxes; Dressing Cases, Cooking
Stoves of various patterns, warrented to perforin well.
All manner ofTin or sheet Iron, or Copper or Zinc work, done
at short notice, on the most favorable terms
Atl orders for Tin put up at short notice, on terms to suit the
Having in his employ the best Job workman in this country
all he asks is to give him a trial.
Guttering or Roofing done at short notice, and warranted.
Call and see me before engaging or purchasing elsewhere, ae
am determined to sell and work as iow as the lowest.
J. B. IIICKB.
East side Broad street, near the Market.
Columbus, Ga.. May 18.1852 wtf
T BUY” FACTORY,
HARRIS ( OUN'TY, GEORGIA.
Ware Room on East side Broad street , next door to
P. McLaren .
R. G. JEFFERSON & CO.
•jg PROPRIETORS ofthe above works respectfully in form
the public, that they have now on hand for sale, and are con
stantly manufacturing all descriptions of Wooden Ware,
such as Chairs, Setters, Bedsteads, Buckets, Tubs, &c.. &c 4
i of the best materia), and finished in excellent style under tliei>*
They particularly callattcntion io their variou * styles and quali
ties of chairs, v hich, for neatness, comfort, durability and cheap
ness cannot be surpassed in any country; varying in price from.
$lO to $24 per dozen —specimens of which can be seen attheii*
Ware Room one door above P. McLaren’.®, Broad stret",
Columbus, which the publicare invited to examine.
Every description of* hairs. Buckets, lut.s,&c. made to order
after any fashion desired. They are also prepared h> furnish Y> in *
dow Bash and Blinds of all descriptions to order.
premiums were awarded to the Troy Factory at
the Southern Agricultural Fair at Macon, lor the best specimen
ofOhair and Wooden Were.
at tlieir Ware Room—east side Bread street,
irected to R. G. Jefferson Cos., Columbus, will meet w
rompt attention. May 10-wly