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Muscogee Sheriff Sa’es.
WILL bo sold on the first Tuesday in May next, at the
market house, in the city of Col i tubus, between the usual
hours oi sale, the following property to-wit:
Lot of land number one hnndr< and and ninety four in the sixth
district of Muscogee county, containing two hundred and two and
a naif acres, more or less, levied on as the property of Nathaniel
Duffle, to satisfy a fl fa Irom Jl/uscogee Superior court inliavorof
Parker Fisher against said Duffle.
Also, lots of lands numbers one hundred and twenty nine, one
hundred and fifty nine and one hundred and sixty, each contain
ing two hundred and two and a hall acres, more or less, lying
in the sixth district of Muscogee county, levied on as the proper
ty of Samuel F. Bussey to satisfy a fl fa from Talbot Inferior court
in favor of Joseph Hough, for the use of Hilliard Y. Burt against
Samuel F. Bussey and Peter Baugh.
Also, the north half of city lot number four hundred and ninety
one, together with ail the improvements thereon, levied on as the
property of William Alley to satisfy a 11 fa from Jl/uscogee Supe
rior court ; levy m ule and returned to me by a constable.
Also, the west h i, l of lot of land number nineteen, in the sev
enth district of Muscogee county, containing one hundred and
one and a quarter acres, more or less, levied on as the property of
Madison Dancer to satisfy afl fa from Muscogee Superior court
in favor of Ralph O. Howard against said Dancer.
Also, city lots nutnbersone hundred and fifteen and one hun
dred and sixteen, each containing half an acre, more o. less,
handsomely improved, being the place where John Huuley now
resides; also the following articles of househo’d furniture: one
fine rocking chair, half dozen maple clmiis and rocker, one H
fire brass, small mahogany table, one fine rug, one strip of car
peting, one oil cloth passage carpet, one man*ie glass, one mahog
any bureau, one carpet, one wardrobe, all levied on as the pio
perty of John Huuley to satisfy a fl fa from Muscogee Superior
court iu favor of Charles Mygatt, and other fl fas in my hands
against said llunley.
Also, ail the interest or Elkanah Pollard in and to the north
half lot of land number one hundred and seven in the sixth dis
trict of Muscogee county, said interest being one undivided eighth
Interest; also his interest in and to lot number one hundred and
six in the sixth district of Muscogee, levied on to satisfy a f! fa
from Muscogee Superior court iu favor of Leroy Lloyd against
Elkanah Pollard, principal and John Pollard, .Meredith Wise
A iso, the banking house of the Bank of St. Marys, and that part
of city Lot number one hundred nd seventy eight, on which said
building stands, levied on as the property of the Bank of St.
Marys to satisfy sundry fi tas from the magistrate court in favor
Henry VV. Brooks, and others against said Bank ; levy made and
returned tome by a constable.
Also, the following articles: three cloth coats, three dress cloth
coats, three cassimere coats, six cassimere sack coats, two cassi
mere vests, three summer coatß, five pair cassimere pants, three
pair white linen pauta, seven pair gray satinet pants, eighteen
tweeds and Kent inky geans pants, one pair kersey pants, four
pair summer pants, three pair white summer pants, one linen
jacket, three cloth b- ushes, one hair brush, i” o linen bosom shirts,
three red flannel shirts, two hickory shirts, seven pair pants, one
lot padding, one lot remnants, one lot buttons, silk and thread,
one pair shears, roll paper, one show case and rule, levied on by
attachment as the property of John Kanton to satisfy a demand
of Alex. Hunte rs sold by order of court.
Api il 2, 1853. A. S. RUTHERFORD, Sheriff.
Also , at the same place , will be fold , on the first Tuesday in
May next , the following property , to-wit :
John a man about forty years old, Agnes a woman about forty
three yeans old. Cornelius a man about twenty one years old,
(.Yi then tie a girl about twelve years old, Daniel about ten and
Charlotte a girl about five years old; all levied on as the propei -
ty of Silas McGrudy to satisfy a mortgage fi fa from Muscogee Su
perior Court. in favor of Wi iliam A. Redd against said A/cGrady.
A. S. RUTHERFORD, Sheriff.
Columbus, March 4—lds
Randolph Sheriff Sales,
WILL bo sold on the first Tuesday in May next, before
the court house door in the town of Cuthbert, Randolph
county, within the usual hours of sale, the following property,
Due lot of land number one hundred cud forty eignt in the
sixth district ofsaid county, levied on as the property of Arthur
Manon to satisfy oue fi fa issued from the Superior Court of
Stewart county in favor of Benjamin B. Dikes vs. Arthur Manon;
pointed out by Pl’ff. Atty.
Lot of land number one hundred and sixty nine in the sixth
district of said county, levied on as the property of Wiliis Cole
to satisfy sundry li fas issued out of a justice court of said county
in favor of E. McDonald and others, vs Willis Cole, principal,
amt Washington Joyce, security ; levy made and returned tome
by a constable.
One town lot in Cutl.bert number seven in letter G., levied on
as the property of William H. Barton, to satisfy two fi fas issued
uutofa justice court of said county in favor of James R. Cause,
vs William H. Barton; levy made and returned to me by a con
Lot of laud number one hundred and fifty five iu the fourth dis
trictol said county, levied on as the property of Miles Murphy
to satisfy one fi ia issued out ot a justice court of Taliaferro coun
ty, in favor of Aaron \V. Grier, vs. Torrence Ruork and Miles
Murphy: levy made and returned to me by a constable*
Two lots of land numbers one hundred and eighteen and four,
in the fourth district of said county, levied on as the property of
Nathan G. Christie to satisfy one ti fa issued from the Superior
Court of said county in favor of Hiram Roberts, vs Nathan G.
Christie, and sundry fl fas in favor of the officers of court, vs said
Curistie; issued from the superior court of said county.
8 even and three quarter acres of the south east corner of lot of
land number seventy six in the sixth district of said county,
levied ou as the property of William Pace to satisfy sundry fi fas
issued out of a justice court of Heard county in favor of John T.
Meadows, vs William Pace; levy made and returned to me by
Tlie undivided south half of town lot in Cuthbert, Randolph
county number two in squ.ire ei-:ht, it being oue fourth part of
said lot. levied on as the property of James W. Johnson to satis- I
fy one li fa issued from the inferior court of said county in favor
of Frauds S. Galley, vs James W. Johnson; pointed out by pl’tf. I
Forty five acres of land iu north east corner of lot ©i’ land j
number one hundred and ninety three in the ninth district of said j
county, levied on as the property of William H. J. Chapman to j
satisfy sundry fl fas is-ued out of a justice court of sad county m :
favor ot Hendrick & Hungerlord, vs Wm. H. J. Chapman ; levy j
made and r turned to ine by a constable.
One lot in the town of Cuthbert, Randolph county number one i
in square nine, levied on as the property of James E. John, to !
saiisty sundry ti fas issued from a justice court of said county in i
favor of John M. K. Gunn, vs J. E. John and others; James B. j
Smith, vs James E. John; levy made and returned to me by a
O .e negro worn in by the name of Rachel, levied on as the j
properly oi Samuel Kigsoy io satisfy sundry fi fas issued out ot a
justice court-of said co my iu favor ot Headrick a Hungerford
and mhers, vs Samuel Rigsby; levy made and returned to me
by a constable.
Lot of la..d number two hundred and sixty eight, and east half
of .ot number two hundred and seventy eight m Hie sixth dis
trict of said county, levied on as the property of Jemima W.
Pooie, to satisfy oue fits issued .rom the Superior court of said
county in favor of Delaware Morns, vs Jemima W. Poole; point ,
ed out by defendant.
One negro git i by the name of Amelia, about nineteen years
of age, levied on as the property of Henry S Hane to satiety three I
fi las, one from ihe Inferior court ot said county, in favor of Au
gustus Henderson, rs Henry S. Hane; one James B. Smith,vs
“•J*- Hane from the Superior court of said county, andotheis.
Ihe following lots of land numbers forty nine, and north halt
of i fi number forty eight in the eleventh district, and number
thirty five, and the north hail of lot number thirty three iu the
tenth district, all ot said county, levied on as the property ot
W Ilham Matlock to satisfy three fi fas issued from the Superior
court of said county in tavcr of Alexander Pace, vs William
Matlock and John T. McLendon and others.
One tot m the town orcuthbeit, Randolph county, number one
iu square elever, levied on as the property of Alexander -McCrary
to satisfy one fi ia issued from the Inferior court of said county iu
favor of Delaware Morris, vs Alexander McCrary, one of ihe linn
ot J. and A. McCrary ; pointed out bv pl’ff.
.... WASHINGTON JOYCE, Sheriff.
April t— tds by RiCHARi IIAVIS. Den. Sheriff.
GEORGIA, J Court or Ordinary,
Muscogee county, j April Term, 1853.
R ULE XI SI.
TTT’HEREA?, Wm.X. Nelson, administrator de bonia non on
, ~ estate of John Liggin, deceased, having applied for
letters oi dismission from said administration: It is ordered that
ail persons concerned sh w erase, if any they have, why said
uainuHstrator should not be dismissed aitheCour- of Qrdinarv to
nex't m and lor a:tid cauuiy on ltje first Monday in N -.veinber
’ rAns !* i Pt frcm t!,e minutes of said court. April 4, 1853.
Csfi ambus, April 12-wim JNO. JOHNSON, Ordinary.
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.’
ORDINARY COURT—JAN. TERM, 1853.
I t ’ Randolph county.—lt appearing to the Court by
vA the petition or Benjamin Dawson, that John G. Mai nor oi
said county, deceased, did, in his lite time, execute to said Ben
jamin Daw sen, his bond, conditioned to execute tides in fee sim
ple .o said Benjamin Dawson, to west half of lot of land number
one hundred and forty six, in the tenth district of said county, and
it I urther appearing that said John G. Mai nor departed this life
w ithout executing titles to eaid lot of land, or in any way pro
viding for the same; and it appearing that said Benjamin Daw
son has paid the full amount of the purchase price of said half
lot; and said Benjamin Dawson having petitioned this Court to
direct David T. Langley, Administrator upon the estate of John
G. Mai nor, 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
to eaid halt lot of land in conformity with said bond.
A true extract from the minutes of court, Feb. 28th, 1853.
March B—low3m (J_P BEALL, Ordinary.
, vs. Bill for Dis-
Georoe Field, The Southern Life Inbc- coverv, Relief,
rance and Trukt Company, The Pkcenix f &c., in Muscogee
Bank, William Dougherty, Georoe Har- Superior Court.
graves, John Banks and Philip T. Schley.
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 tlie Terri
tory of Florida.
It is, on motion of complainant, ordered that the said Field and
the said Southern Life in. and Trust Cos. plead, answer or demur
to said Bill, nut demurring alone, on or before the first day of Hie
next Term: And it is further ordered tha, the above order be
published by the Clerk of thia 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 Novembei Term, 1852, this 10th day of January, 1853. .
JOilN R. STURGIS, Clerk,
Jan. 11, 1853 1 m4m
GEORGIA, ) Court of ordinary of said coun-
Ilanclolpli county, sty, April Term, 1853.
JAMES W. COLLINS, administrator of N. Collins, late of said
county, deceased, petitions this court to grant him letters of
dismission Irom his said administration, and it appearing that
said estate has been fully administered : Ordered that all persons
file their objections if any they have,on or before the November
Term of this court next ensuing, otherwise said administrator j
will be then and there dismissed.
April 12 —w6m O. P. BEALL. Ordinary. j
GEORGIA, ) Court of Ordinary,
Mwncogee county, ( April Term, 1853.
RULE XI SI.
TT/'IIEREAS, Wm. N. Nelson, administrator on the estate of j
Y V Augustus Peabody, deceased, having applied for letlers of i
dismission from said administration : ft is ordered that al! per- I
Eons concerned, shew cause, if any they have, why said admin
istrator should not be dismissed at the Court of Ordinary to be
held in and for said county on the first Monday in November
A true transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4,1853.
April 12—wflm J> O. JOHNSON, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) Court of ordinary, of said coun-
Randolph county, ( ty, April Term, 1853.
JOHN T. McLENDON, Guardian of Simeon P. Turner, peti
tions this court for letters of dismission from his said guar
dianship: Ordered that all persons having objections file them on
or before the July Term of this court next ensuing, otnerwise eaid
letters will be then and there granted.
April 12—w3m O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) Court of Ordinary,
Talbot county, j February Team, 1853.
RULE SI SI.
\\7 iIERE AS, William F. Robertson applies by petition for j
t V letters of dismission as the administrator ol Barney Wilson,
late of Talbot county, deceased.
Be it ordered, That all persons concerned, be and appear at I
the September term of this court next ensuing, then and there !
to shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be I
granted. s _
A true extract from the minutes ofgatd ceurt, 4- ‘ t ett7,fßs3.
March l-9w6m MARION BETIIUNE, Ordinary. I
GEORGIA, J COURT OF ORDINARY,
Ste wart county. <j April Term, 1853,
XTPON the petition of William 11. House, Executor of the last
UJ Will and Testament of Thomas House, deceased, for letters
of dismission from his said executorship:
It is on motion, ordered by the court that all persons concern
ed, shew cause, on or before the next term of said court, why
said Jetters should not then*be granted.
A true extract from the minutes of said court, April 12,1853.
April 19—wfim J. L. WIMBERLY, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Randolph county.—Court of Or
dinary.—Whereas, by the petition ot William Hayes, ad
ministrator on ihe estate of Enoch Rigsby, deceased, and the
estate of Kinchen Faircloth,deceased, it appearing to this court
that he has fully administered both ot said estates, and moves the
court to grant him letters of dismission: All persons concerned in
either of said estates, are hereby notified to make known their
objections, if any they have, on or before the October term of
thiscourt next ensuing, otherwise said administrator will then
and there be dismissed. Given under my hand at office the 29th
march 1853. O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
C 5 eorgia, Randolph co uuty.—Wheieas, Samuel A. ’
T Grier, administrator de bonis non on the estate of John 11. I
Weaver, late of said county, deceased, has petitioned for letters 1
of dismission from said administration. j
These are, therefore, to rite, admonish and require all persons j
concerned to file their objections, if any they have, on or before I
the September term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, to !
be holden on the first Monday of September next, otherwise said
administrator will be then and there dismissed.
Given under my hand at office this 22d day of February, 1853
March I—9w6m O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
Georgia, Early county... Whereas, John Thompson
applies to me for letters of administration with the will an
nexed, upon the estate of Robert Thompson, late o: said county,
These are to notify all persons concerned, to be and appear at
my office within tbe* time prescribed by law, and shew cause, if j
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. STAFFORD, Ordinary.
Georgia, Randolph county.—Whereas, Allen L.
Jeuks applies to me lor letters of Guardianship for the per
son and property of Frances Rigs iy, orphan of Enoch Rigsby,
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 he
granted,otherwise they will be granted at the next April term of
thiscourt. Given under my hand at office March Ist, 1853.
March—lo O. P. BEAI.L, < rdinary.
CA eorgia, Early county.—Whereas. Joseph Grimsley,
X administrator with the Will annexe 0, upon tlie estate of 1
Sarah Grimaley. late of said county deceased, makes application :
to me for letters of dismission from'the further administration of
said estate. All persons concerned are hereby notified to be and I
appear at ray office, within the time prescribed by law, and j
shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should*not be j
granted said applicant.
Given under my hand at office, thia February the 24th. 1853.
March I—9w6m S. 8. STAFFORD. Ordinary.
(Georgia, Talbot county.—Whereas, Ezekiel B.
JT Smith pplies to me for letters of Administration on the
estate of John W. G. Smith, lateoi Tatoot couuty, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all m and singular the
kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my
office, within thetime prescribed by taw, then and there to shew
cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. !
Given under my hand in office this 15th Ma ch, 1853.
March 29—13w7t MARION BETH UN E, ordinary.
fri eorgin, Early county.—Whereas, Janiesß. Brown j
X makes application to me tor letters of Administration upon
j ihe estate of Joseph c. Gray, iate of said county, deceased:
These are to notify all persons concern* and. to shew* cause, if any 1
i .they have, why said letters should not be granted said applicant, j
Given under my hand at office, this march 21st, 1853.
March 29-13w7t S. S. STAFFORD, Ordinary.
("1 eorgta, Early county.—Whereas, the estate of Jack- j
1 son \Y. Bartlett, late of sain couuty, deceased, is uurepre- 1
j seated at luw:
These are to notify all persons concerned in said estate, to shew- j
! cause, if any they have, why Thomas B. Andrews, the clerk 01 |
j the Superior Court of said county, should not be appointed ad j
ministratorde bonis non upon the estate of said deceased.
Given under my hand at office this march 21, 1853,
March 29—13w7t S. .S'. Sf AFFORD, < ’rdinary.
; s eergifl, Randolph county.— Whereas, John Gil j
! \_X bert, Guardian of Headley E. Hill, minor and orphan ot !
j William E. Dili, deceased, applies to me for dismission from
said Guardianship. All j ersons interested are therefore hereby
j required to file their objections, ifany they have, ou or before the j
i May Term oi this Court next ensuing, o herwise said applicant
, will be then and there dismissed.
Given under my liaud at office, the 17th March, 1853.
March 22—wt3m O. P. BEALL Ordinary.
4 dminlstrstors Sale— Agreeable to an order of the
YTL Court of Ordinary of Early county, will be soid betore the
court house door in the town of Blakely, on the fir t Tuesday is
Juno next, all the real estate'of F. Griffith, deceased, situated in
the said town of Blakely*.
Apr.i 18 —wtda FRANCIS GRIFFITH, Adinr. (
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1853.
C>ergla, Randolph county.—Whereas, Jas. Ruth-
X ertord, Guardian of Benjamin and Absalom Sutley, applies
to me for dismission Irom his said Guardianship. _ All persons
interested are, therefore, hereby required to file tln-ir objections,
if any they have, on or before the May term ot this court next
ensuing, otherwise said applicant will be then and t iere atsmis
sed. Given under my band at office the 17th March, 1853.
March 22—wOm O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
A dmlnistrntor’s Sale —Agreeably to an order of the
fix. Ordinary of Early county, will be sold on the first Tuesday
in May next, in the town of Dub in, Laurens county, lot ol land
number eighty-nine, in the first district of Laurens county. Sold
as the propei ty of the late Alfred Renfroe, of Early county, and
or the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased. Terms
on day of sale. THUS. B. ANDREWS, Adtn’r.
A dministrutor’s Sale.—Will be sold in Cuthbert,
A Randolph county on the first Tuesday in May next, lot of
land number one hundred and fourteen in the ’enth district ol
said county ; on whtch are small improvements. Persons wish
ing a small farm will do well to examine it.
Terms one halt payable first January next, the balance first
January, 1855. by order 01 the court of ordinary of said
county tor distribution am oug the heire of Thnrpe Hate, deceas
ed. A/arch 22—tds DAVID RCMPP, Adtr.’r
IT'xecutor’s Sale.—Wiil be sold in Thomasville, in Thorn
lias county, on the first Tuesday in May next, lot of land num
ber eighty eight, in the eighth district of said county. Sold by
order of the court of Ordinary of Rardolph county, as the pro
perty of Hiram Harrison, deceased.
March 15—wtds L. C. SALE. F.x’r.
Notice to debtors anti creditors.--Ail persons
indebted to the estate of James Baugh, late of Muscogee
county,deceased, are hereby requested to make immediate pay
ment; and all persons having demands against said deceased,
w ill render them according to law.
WILLIAM C. GRAY, Adm’r.
Columbus, March 12-*low7t
Notice to debtors and credi tors. —All persons in
debted to the estate of Epsy I'yson, late of Early county,
| d< ceased, are requested to make immediate payment ; and nil
| persons having demands against said estate, are requ jsted to hand
them in duly authenticated within the time prescribed by taw*, to
.March 15->wst ABNER DYSON, Adm’r.
Two months after date I will apply to the
Ordinary of A/useogee county, for leave to sell a negro child
(Rosa) the property ofHenry M. Jernigan, (Idiot.)
April 19—w2m A. B. KAGAN, Guardian.
Two months after date application will he
_L made to the honorable court of Ordinary of Early county,
for leave to sell the lands belonging to Epsy Dyson, late of said
county,deceased. ABNER DYSON, Adm’r.
‘I’WO months after date, I shall apply to the
Court of quinary of .audolph county, for leave to sell the
lands belonging to Stephen VVeatherby, late 01 said county, dec’d
Feb. 15—7w2n ‘ MARTIN POLLOCK, Ailm’r,
Two months after date I shall apply to the
J. Court of Ordinary of Early county for leave to sell the negroes
belonging to tlie estate of John Jones’, deceased, late of said coun
ty, fertile purpose of making a distribution among the heirs of
said estate. THUS. ANDKEWri, Admr.
rpVVO months after date 1 shall apply to the
X Court of Ordinary of Randolph county, for leave to sell the
and belonging to Henry Sandlin, and se ised.
Feb- 8- 6w2m JLBSN SANDLIN, Adm’r.
TWO months after date, 1 shall apply to the
Court of Ordinary of Randolph county for leave to sell the
negroes belonging to Timothy Pitman, deceased, late oi saidcouu
y. April i2—w2m A. A. PiTM AN, Adin’r.
Gt uardiata’is sale.—On the first Tuesday in June next, will
I be sold in Cuthbert, Randolph county, a negro man named
Peter, about fifty years of age. Isold as the property of the
minors of s?ol. t.raves, deceased, by order of ihe eourtof Ordina
ry oi said county. B. GRAVES, Guardian.
HOME MADE ATTRACTIVE!
FURNITURE TTuRNITURE! !
BAMMIS & ROONEY’S,
One door below Hall and Moses.
PERSONS in want of furniture, can here be fjk j
supplied with every qualify of Parlor, Sitting.
rJL Dining and Bed Room furniturp ; made of Wpl j
iASSESI fancy and durable woods, at New York prices : * * • j
got up (with the exception of what is made in Columbus) un- j
ders ecial supervision ot one of the partners at their manufacto
ry in New York city.
The following named are a part of the articles in their exten
Divans, Sofas, Ottomans, Tetea Damask and Lace Window
Tetes, all sizes ; Curtains, in the piece or made
Marble top Tables, all kinds ; to i.rder ;
Folding Tables, Walnut and Window Shades, Carpeting,
Mahogany; Ename’led furniture in sels,
Work Tables,Extension do for Bed Rooms, a beaulilul
Bureaus of ail kinds am prices; arlicle:
Mahogany At Spring seat chairs; Portrait and Picture Frames of
Cane and do do j Mahogany or Gilt, made to
of all kinds, and good articles; j order;
Work stands, Wash stands, j Window Curtain Trimmings
and A/usic stands. j in groat variety.
Paper Hangings and Wall papering, of all kinds.
All articles not found in their stock will be furnished to order,
with dispatch. Columbus, Jan. 21 —tw3ni
VERNOY & ECTOR’S
O M NIBUS LIN E .
Fare—ln Proportion io the Distance.
WE return our thanks to the traveling public
amt the citizens generally, for their liberal pat- |
ronage, and would inform them that our splendid new OMXl • j
B USSES, with FIXE TEA.MS -Mid careful DI- IFER B, will
continue to run for the accommodation of the citizens and per
sons stopping at the Public Houses.
Calls left at the Hotels or at our stable, strictly attended to.
Columbus, March 18—w&twly
AWIW 1 ® S
CO MMISSION BUSINESS .
THE undesigned would respectfully inform bis friends and
the public generally, that he has opened a store on Broad
street, nearly opposite Mr. James Kivlin’s Baus Souci, for the
purpose of carrying on the above business, and would be happy
tor them to give him a call. He proposes doing the A UCTivX
AXD COMMISSI OX U USIXESS in the usual way, and will j
also attend to the selling and hiring of Negroes for those who
may entrust him with their patronage. JOilN QU4N.
Pf. B.—Consignments of Merchandize carefully attended to.
October 22, 1852—wfctwly.
AT WINTER’S PALACE MILLS!
TILE will receive this day, and continue to keep on hand, for j
\ \ our customers, a supply ofFLOUE from the celebrated !
Montgomery s!ilis, until we are able to resume operations.
Columbus, Dec 15 —twtf C. T. LMSLEE, a gen
JUST RECEIVED FROM NEV YORK
AND FOR SALE CHEAP .
4 T Agency of Pock Isiand Factory, a splendid article of En
1 V glisk Cream and Blue Laid letter paper, unruled. Also
French Extra Superfine Blue and White Letter paper ruled and
unruled. G. B. CUKTIB, Agent.
Columbus. Dec 10-twl m
LAND WARRANT'S WANTED.
IIOUNTY LfND W ARRANTS for 40, 80, ISO acres i
) wanted, for which the highest cash prices wiii be oaid by
Columbus, .vug 24—34wtf J, £N>,IS it CO. j
ROCS ISLAND FACTORY,
IS now manufacturing Writing Paper of all the various
kinds,—such as Letter, Fools-cap, Flat-cap, Folk and Com I
| mercial Post, trused aud unruled.) Medium j. Demys, &c. Also j
; News-print, Book and Colored Paper, Post-office and Newr j
; Envelopes and Wrapping Prper of all sizes: all of which will J
i be sold on as favo : able terms as can be purchased in any mar j
; !*et Feb flwfetwtf (4. B. CURTIS See
Mexican Mustang Liniment.
I \ T Ne.v York prices. We have just received a large invoice ‘
! pV oi the above excellent medirine, to be sold at the niauulac
turer’s prices. Cal! at the BLUE DRUG STORE,
March 2—twStwly Sign of the Xegro and Mortar.
PRACTICAL ARTIST & DAGUERREOTYPIST
, COLUMBUS, GEORGIA.
Rooms over Foster & Purple’s Jewelry St u e’
Broad Sueet. Columbus, Jan. s—lwic
JUST RECEIVED BY
A C. FLEWELLEN & CO.
CALHOUN’S works; M a under’s Bio
w P ra P* : ' oa * Dictionary ; Ingersoll’s History ol
the late war; Smith’s Wealth of Nations.
Second part —My Novel; by Bulwer.
Cecilia; by Miss Burney.
Beckman’s History of Inventions.
Taylor’s Holy Living and Dying.
Michelet’s French Revolution.
Count Hamilton’s Fairy Tales.
Miller’s Philosophy ot History.
Lamartine’s History of The Girondists,
Memoirs ofCount Grammont and Charles 2d.
Bacon’s Essays and Historical Works.
Schleger’s Philosophy of Life.
Sheridan’s Dramatic Works and Life.
Robert Hall’s Miscellaneous Works,
Gregory’s Evidence? of the Christian Religion.
Schiller's Revolt of the Netherlands
Neander’s History of the planting of Christianity.
Buckeye Abroad ; by Cox.
Memories of the Great Metropolis.
Morel I’s Philosophy of Religion.
Machiavelli’s History of Flon-nceand other Works.
Roscoe’s Life of Lorenzo De Medici.
Schlegel’s Dramatic Literature.
Roscoe’s Life of Leo the Xth.
Goethe’s Faust, Tasso, Iphigenia, Egmont, and Goetz.
The Fortunes of the Colville Family ; by the author of
The Rifle Rangers.
The Marrying Man; by the author of Lewis Arundel.
Home Influence ; Days of Bruce ; Mother’s Recompense;
Vale of Cedars ; Women of Israel.
Home Scenes and Heart Studies; by Grace Aguilar.
Hayne and Webster’s Speeches.
Walde Warren; a tale of Circumstantial Evidence,by
A Life of Vicissitudes; by G. P. R. James.
The Flying Artillerist; a tale of Mexican Treachery, by
Rochester, or the merrv days of England.
Gilderoy ; The Free Rooter.
The History of Penaennis.
Stubbs’Calendar, or the Fatal Boots; by Thackeray.
Katie Stewart; a true story from Blackwood’s Magazine
The Swamp Steed, or The Days of Marion and his
Fair Rosamond, or The Queen’s Victim; by Pierce Egan
Quintin Matsys, or The Blacksmith of Antwerp.
Hester Somerset, a novel by N****** M*****
The adventures of Captain Blake ; by Maxwell.
Craigallan Castle, or The Stolen Will; by Mrs. Gore.
Lord Saxondale.or Lite among the London Aristocracy.
Captain Kyd, or The Wizard of the Sea.
Heads and Hearts, or My Brother, the Colonel.
Yankee Jack, or the Perils of a Privateersman.
Minnie Gray, or The Ancestral Curse.
Amy Lawrence, or The Freemason’s Daughter.
Stories of Waterloo ; bv W. H. Maxwell.
The Bivouac, or The Rival Suitors ; by Maxwell.
Harry Burnham, the Young Continental.
Columbus, March t)—twly
SELLING OFF SHEET MUSIC
AT HALF PRICE.
THE undersigned desiring to reduce their extensive stock of
Sheet Music, will sell at three cents per page , (or half the
usual price) a ‘urge share ot their present stock. Among which
may be found many of the new and popular pieces ot the day.
Thij is ail opportunity not to be neglected by Teachers and
Schools, io lay in a supply. In this lot will be found most of
the desirable Music every day ordered.
Also, a lartre stock of Instruction Books for the PIANO
FORTE, which will be sold at less than cost. Among the Sheet
Music are the following pieces, arranged by C. REPS, viz.:
Dancing Feather Waltz; \ Bombardment of Vera Cruz;
Elbert Waltzes: * J StoneMountain,Q.S
La Sultana Waltz; s Columbus Guards, Q. S.
Gibraltar vVaitz; s Hyacinth Gallop;
Alpine Horn, Q. S. } Gallopade Polka.
also —A large variety of
Songs, Waltzes, Polkas, Marches and 4uick>
steps, by celebrated authors.
Saies o! this lot to be strictly Cash.
Just received,a large lot of NEW MUSIC, whiehjwil! be sold
at the usual price.
Call and examine. Orders with money enclosed will be filled
and forwarded to auy part of the country b\ mail.
WHITTELSEN & CO.
Columbus, Ga., March 9—twtf
ANOTHER MUSIC STORE.
WILL COX & CARTER,
NO. 92, BROAD STREET, COLUMBUS, GA.,
ARE now receiving, and will keep constantly on hand,
SHEET MUSIC, PIANO FORTES, GUITARS, VIOLINS,
ACCORDEONS, BANJOS, TAMBORINES,
FLUTES, FLAGEOLETS, FIFES, &C.
Strings for the
VIOLIN AND GUITAR.
Instruction books for the ab jve Instruments. Also, Exercises
tor the cultivation of the Voice.
Orders are solicited from teachers and others.
D. F. WILLCOX. WM. B. CARTER.
N. B. Mr. Carte r will attend to Tuning and Repaiiing Pianos
Columbus, April 15—wjttwtf
BOOKS JUST RECEIVED
AND FOR SALE BY
A. €. FLEW ELLEN & CO.
Castle Avon, by the author of “Ravensclifie.”
f'/-- f “The Iwo old Men’s Tales.”
T^ ette ’by Curier Bell; author of “Jane
The Spaewife, or the Queen’s Secret. A story of the
reign of Elizabeth, by Paul Peppergrass, Esq., author of
Beatrice,by Catharine Sincl ir, author of‘Jane Bouverie.’
The Three Pirates, by Harry Hazel, author of “Yankee
My Scrapes and Escapes, or The Adventures of a Stu
dent ; by one of the Faculty.
The Two Merchants, by T. S. Arthur.
The Emigrant Squire, by P. Hamilton Myers, author of
Columbus, March 30.
Universal Pronouncing Gazetteer. •
—CONTAINING Topographical, Statistical and
S> rf/f* iffy* other information of ail the more important
A ‘ •‘Ljfcf places in the known world, to which is added an
‘fecil *a2Le£r appendix containing more than 10,000 additional
names,chiefly of the small towns and villages in the United
States and Mexico. With a supplement giving the pronunciation
of near 2000 names besides those iu the work, forming a copious
vocabulary of geographical pronunciation. Price •?! 50.
. For sale by D. F. WILLCOX.
Columbus, April 15—tw
New Sheet Music.
‘T'HE subscribers have this day received a large assortment oi
1 Sheet Music; among which are many new and populai
pieces never beiore o3 red in this market. The ladies in patti
eulirare invited to call and examine our stock.
TKU kX & PEASE,
Columbus, March 2—tw 108 Broad street.
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC.
THE undersigned respectfully informs bis” former friends and
pupils, aad the puniic generally, that he has returned to this
city w here he proposes to establish himself iu his profession as a
Teaher of Music. He is now prepared to take a limited numbei
of pupilaonthe Piano Forte and iu Vocal Music, to whom his
regular and undivided attention will ba sivau.
left at the Music Store of VVhnveLey 4c Cos. will re
ceive prompt attention.
.fpril 23,1851 —w&lwtf RUSSEL E.HARRIS
A \\ oxderful Clack.— Towards the end of
the sixteenth century, Jaijuet Droz. a Swiss,
doekmaker, carried to Ferdinand, the Catholic
1 iSpain, a clock, which was tlie wonder
jof il Europe. The King paid the large suni
j fiv hundred louis (or about two thousand two
I hundred dollars) for it, and when lie arrived,
j gathered his most illustious noblemen to look at
j its marvelous works. The clock represented a
I land-scape, and when it struck the hour, a shep
herd issued from behind some rock and played
six different tunes upon his Hutc, while his dog
very naturally fawned upon him. To show the
king that the and was faithful, as well as atTec-
Donate, Droz told him to touch the fruit in a
basket by the sida of the shepherd. The king
laid hold of* an apple, and the dog at once
sprang at his hand, barking so naturally, that a
spaniel in ihe room replied, w iih great ferocity,
and showed signs of tight, At this all tlie
court left, crying out. “Sorcery !’’ and there was
only left the king and the minister of ihe navy.
The king asked tiie shepherd what time it was i
The clockmaker told him that he did not under
stand Spanish; bat it* he would ask hi 11 in
French he would reply. The king then put his
question in French, when the shepherd instan
tly replied. Phis xvas too much for the minis
ters of ihe navy, and he instantly ran away.—
Ihe poor clockmaker was in danger of being
burnt for a sorcerer, hut he explained the won
der to the grand inquisitor, who was convinced
that, instead of being the work of evil spirits, it
was only the result of great ingenuity.
Ben Jonson and ihe Lord. —Lord Craven
was very desirous to see Ben Jonson, which be
ing told to Ben, he went to my lord’s house; hut
being in a very tattered condition, the porter
refused him admittance with some sauev lan
guage which the other did not fail to return.
My lord, happening to come out while they
were wrangling, asked the occasion of it. Ben,
who stood iu need of nob* dy to speak for him,
s id he understood his lordship desired to see
him. “You, friend!” said my lord, “who ar
vou !” “Ben Jonson,” replied the other. “No
no,” quoth his lordship, “you cannot he Ben
Jonson, who wrote ‘The Silent Woman you
look as if you could not say too to a goose.”
“Boo,” cried Ben. “Very weil,” said my lord,
better pleased at the joke than offended at the
affront; “I am now convinced you are Ben
The editor of the Boston Post , as is well
known, (in parenthesis,) is a very handsome
fellow, as times go. In answer to the quotation
in Putnam's Monthly, “Are we a good looking
people ? ” lie responds as follows:
“We answer, personally and individually,
yes; collectively, we don’t know. We should
say, let every face answer for itself ;only there
are so many faces that ‘won’t answer.’’
The Carrollton Mirror, in noticing the mar
riage ot Col. May, to the daughter of the cele
brated George Law,achieved the following very
good hit ;
■‘Perhaps Charley thinks he can serve his
country belter, by abandoning the dragoon ex
ercise, and engaging in the infant-ry cl. ill,
Prolific.— A Truly Great Woman.— On the
steamer Blue Wing, which arrived from Ken
tucky river yesterday, was a mother and twelve
children—six pair of twins—from Washington
county, Ky. She, together with her family, a.-e
about to settle in Indiana. She lias been inar
i i ied hut seven years, and is now the mother of
twelve live children. Who can can beat that?
- Louisville Carrier .
The Remains of Mrs. D mglas. —Wife of
Senator Douglas, lett Washington on \ onday
morning 11th inst:, on board f'omheni boat
on their way to ..orth Carolina, where they a e
to be interr and. ‘i he honorable Senator w-s
accompanied on iis mournful enand by
‘ harle> S Jones and ,saac~asselt, clerks of
the • euate.
The other day Mrs. Sniffkios, finding herself
unwell, sent so r ’ the doctor and declared her be
lief that she was “pizeued,” and that he (*Suiff
kins) “bad done it!”
“1 didn’t do it!” shouted Suiffkins, “It’s all
gammon,she isn’t pizeued. Prove it doctor;
open her upon the spot—l ant willing,”
“Will you open the service?” inquired a dea
con of a brother, who was an oysterman by
profession. “No, I thank you,” said he, half
waking from a doze ; “I’ve left my knife at
It is said the devil has many imps; we presume
the following are among the number:—lmp
erfection, Imp-etuosity, Imp-lacability, Imp
udence, imp-ertinence, Imp urity and Imp iety.
Snooks was advised to get his life insured,
j Won’t do it,” said he, “It would he my luck to
live for ever, if I should.’’ Mis Snooks merely
I said, “Well, I would’nt, my dear.”
Why ladies’ dresses about the waist like a
! general meeting? Because there is a gathering
there. \ 7 es, and oftentimes a great deal of bustle.
| Oh ! husk.
John’s wife and John u r ere tete-a-tete ; she
witty was industrious he: says John, “I’ve
j earned ihe bread w-’ve ate ; ” and 1, says she,
! “have urned the tea.’’
An English editor guesses the celebrated
American known as “Uncle Tom” is the hus
: band of Anti Slavery.
j Men who make money rarely saunter ; aret*
j who save money rarely swagger.