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THE TRI-WEEKLY TIMES AND SENTINEL. VOLUME I] TENNENT LOMAX & ROSWELL ETT.TfT EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. TIIE TRI-WEEKLY TIMES & SENTINEL Is published EVERY WEDNESDAY* ml FRIDA Y MORN ING and SATURDAY EVENING. V TIIE WEEKLY TIMES &. SENTINEL is published every TOESI)A Y MORNING. Office on Randolph Street, opposite the Post Office. TERMS: TRI-WEEKLY, Five Dollars per annum, in advance. WEEKLY, Two Dollars per anuum, in advance, rr* Advertisements conspicuously inserted at One Dollar per square, for the first insertion, and r ifty cents for every sub sequent insertion. Liberal deduction will bo made for yearly advertisements. Muscogee Sheriff Sales. WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in Jl/ay next, at the market house, in the city of Columbus, between the usual hours o! sale, the following property to-wit: Lot of land number one hundred and ninety four in the sixth district of Muscogee county, containing two hundred and two and a half acres, more or less, ievi jd on as the property of Nathaniel Duffle, to satisfy a fi fa from wl/uscogee Superior court in lavor of Parker Fisher against said Dufile. Also, lots of lands numbers one hundred and twenty nine, one j hundred and fifty nine and one hundred and sixty, each contain- j iug two hundred and two and a halt 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 Irotp 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 halfofcity lot number four hundred and ninety one, together with all the improvements thereon, levied on as the k property of William Alley to satisfy a fl fa from .Muscogee Supe * rior court; levy made and returned to me by a constable. Also, the west half of lot ofiaud number nineteen, in the sev- ; •nth district of Muscogee county, containing one hundred and i •ne and a quarter acres, more or less, levied on as the properly of j Madison Dancer to satisfy afl fa from Muscogee Superior court j in favor of Ralph O. Howard against said Dancer. Also, city lots numbers one hundred and fifteen and one hun dred and sixteen, each containing half an acre, more 01 less, handsomely improved, being tbe place where John Hunley now resides ; also the following articles of household furniture: one fine rocking chair, half dozen maple cliaiis and rocker, one set fire brass, small mahogany table, one fine rug, one strip of car peting, one oil cloth passage carpet, one manUe glass, one mahog- : any bureau, one carpet, one wardrobe, all levied on as the pro- i perty of John Hunley to satisfy afi fa from Muscogee Superior court In lavor of Charles Mygatt, and other 11 fas in my hands against said Hunley. Also, all the interest of Elkanah Pollard in and to the north i half lot of land number one hundred and seven in the sixth dis- i trict of Museogee county, said interest being one undivided eighth j interest; also his interest in and to lot number one hundred and i six in the sixth district of Muscogee, levied on to satisfy a fl fa from Muscogee Superior court in lavor of Leroy Lloyd against i Elkanah Pollard, principal and John Follard, -Meredith Wise ! security. Also, the banking house of the Bank of St. Marys, and that pari J of city lot number one hundred nd seventy eight, on which said building stands, levied on as the property of the Bank of St. I Marys to satisfy snndry fl fas from the magistrate court in favor i Henry W. Brooks, and others against said Bank: levy made and 1 returned tome by a constable. Also, the following articles: three cloth coats, three dress cloth | coats, three cassitnere coats, six cassimere sack coats, two cassi I more vests, three summer coats, live pair cassitnere pants, three ■ uiir white linen pants, seven pair gray satinet pants, eighteen -weedsaud Kentucky geans pants, one pair kersey pants, four i pair summer pants, three pair white summer pants, one linen j jacket, three cloth bi ushes, one hair brush, two linen bosom shirts, \ three red flaunel shirts, two hickory shirts, seven pair pants, one lot padding, one lot remnants, one *lot buttons, silk and thread, one pair shears, roj.’ taper, one show case and rule, levied on by j attachment as the Liberty of John Kan ton to satisfy a demand ; of Alex. Hunters , property scjdfchy order of court. Aptil 2, 1833. ’it A7rf. RUTHFRFOKDf^trEriir. Ul MORTGAGE SALE. Also, at the same place , will be told, on the first Tuesday in ‘ May next , the following property , to-wit : John a man about forty years old, Agnes a ■woman about forty- j three yours old, Cornelius a man about twenty one years old, i Catherine a girl about twelve years old, Daniel about ten and j Charlotte a girl about five years old; all levied on astbepropet- j ty of Silas McGrady to satisfy a mortgage fi fa from Muscogee Su- I perior Court in favor of Wi ilium A. Redd against said JtfcGrady. 1 A. S. RUTHERFORD, Sheriff. Columbus, March 4—tds Randolph Sheriff Sales, WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in Mav next, before the court house door in tho town of Cuthbert, Randolph county, within tho usual hours of sale, the following property, to-wit: One lot of laud number one hundred and forty eignt in the sixth district of said county, levied on as the property of Arthur Mauon to satisfy one fl fa issued from the Superior Court of Btewart county in favor of Benjamin B. Dikes vs. Arthur Manoa; 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 Willis Cole to satisfy sundry ti fas issued out of a justice court of said county in favor of E. McDonald and others, vs Willis Cole, principal, | and Washington Joyce, security ; levy made and returned to me I by a constable. One town lot in Cuthbert number seven in letter G., levied on i as the property of William 11. Barton, to satisfy two 11 fas issued out of a justice court of said county in favor of James R. Cause, i vs William H. Barton; levy made and returned to me by a con stable. Lot ofiaud number one hundred and fifty five in the fourth dis- j trict of said county, levied on as the property of Miles Murphy to satisfy one fl ta issued out ot a justice court of Taliaferro coun ty, in favor of Aaron W. Grier, vs. Torrence Ruork and Miles Murphy: levy made and returned tome by a constable. Two lots of land numbers oue 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 Christie; 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 on as the property of William Pacs to satisfy sundry fl 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 a constable. The undivided south half of town lot in Cuthbert, Randolph county number two in square eight, it being one fourth part of ; said lot, levied on as the property of James W. Johnson to satis- I fv one flfa issued from the Inferior court of said county in favor j of Francis S. Callev, vs James W. Johnson ; pointed out by pUti - . i Forty tire acres of land in north east corner of lot of land number one hundred and ninety three in the ninth district of said county, levied on as the property of William H. J. Chapman to i satisfy sundry fi fas issued out of a justice court of saul county t favor of Hendrick &. Hangerford, vs Win, H. J. Chapman ; levy made and returned to me by a constable. One lot in the town of Cuthbert, Raudolph county number one in square nine, levied on as the property of James E. John, to satisfy sundry 11 fits issued from a justice court of said county in favor of John M. R. Gunn, vs J. E. John and others; James B. Smith, vs James E. John; levy made and returned to me by a constable. One negro woman by the name of Rachel, levied on as the property of Samuel lligsby to satisfy sundry ti fas issued out of a justice court of said co inly in favor of Hendrick & Hungerford and others, vs Samuel Rigsby; levy made and returned to me by a constable. Lot of laud number two hundred and sixty eight, and east half of mt number two hundred and seventy eight iu the sixth dis trict of said county, levied on as the* property of Jemima W. Poole, to satisfy one flfa issued dvm the Superior court of said county in favor of Delaware Morris, vs Jemima W. Poole; point ed out by defendant. One negro girl by the name of Amelia, about nineteen years of age, levied on as the property of Henry S. (lane to satisfy three ti las, one from the Inferior court ot said county, in favor of Au gustus Henderson, vs Henry S. Haue; one James B. Smith,vs H. S. Haim from the Superior court of said county, and otheis. The following lots of land numbers forty nine, and north half of lot number forty eight in the eleventh” district, and number thirty live, and tho north halt of lot number thirty three in the tenth district, all otsaid county, levied on as the property of William Matlock to satisly three ti fas issued from the Superior court of said county in lavor of Alexander Pace, vs William Matlock and John T. McLendon and others. One lot in the town ot Ciuhbeit, Randolph county, number one in square eleven, levied onas the property of Alexander McCrary to satisfy one ti fa issued from the Inferior court of said count v in favor of Delaware Morris, vs Alexander McCrary, one of the firm of J. and A. McCrary ; pointed ouc by pl’ff. WASHINGTON JOYCE, Sheriff. April I—tds by RICHARO DAVIS. Pep. Sheriff. GEORGIA, ) Court ok Ordinary, Muscogee county, $ April Term, 1853. RULE NI SI. WHEREAS, VVm.N. Nelson, administrator de bonis non on the estate of John Liggiu, deceased, having applied for letters of dismission from said administration : U is ordered that all persons concerned shew cause, if any they have, why said administrator should not be dismissed at the Court ofOrdiiiary to be held in and tor said county on the first Monday in November next. A true transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4, 1853* Cos! ambus, April 12—wCw JNO. JOHNSON, Ordinary. “THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.’ GORDIXA.RY COURT—JAN. TERM, 1853. EORGIA, Randolph county.—lt appearing to the Court by the petition ®f Benjamin Dawson, that John G. Mainer of | f* 111 county, deceased, did, in his lite time, execute to said Ben j J** rain bond, conditioned to execute titles in fee si in ‘P ? a i and benjamin Dawson, to west half oflot of land number *V 1 * n< * r * ! and and forty six, in the tenth district of said county, and further appearing thatsaid John G. Mainor departed this life without executing titles to said 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 av *!? Bangley, Administrator upon the estate of John i“• Mainor, deceased, toexecute to him titles to said land in con formity with said bond: It is, therefore, hereby ordered, That notice be given Rt three or more public places in said county and in Columbus Times and | *-ptiiie! of such application, that all persons concerned may file objections in Clerk’s office, if any they have, why said David *• Langley, Administrator as aforesaid, should not execute titles to said half lot ofland in conformity with said bond. A true extract from the minutes of said court, Feb. 28th, 1853. March B—low3m O P __ 1 Seaborn Jones, j I Bill for Dis- Ukorgk Yield, Ihb Southern Like Iksu- I covery, Relief, KANUK AND TRUST COMPANY, TIIK PHIENIX fAtC., ill MllSCOgee Bank, William Docuhkrty,George Har- Superior Court. qraves,John Banks and PhilipT. Sciilky. J It appearing to the Court that Hie defendants, George Fiold and the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Company, are uot 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 the said Field and the said Southern Life In. and 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, iu one of the public I Gazelles of the city of Columbus, Georgia. A true extract from the minutes of Muscogee Superior Court ‘ at November Term, 1052, this 10th day of January. 1853. , ~ JOHN It. STURGIS, Clerk, 1853 l\n4m GEORGIA, ) Court or ordinary ok said coun- R&mlolpli county, j ty, April Term, 1853. TAMES W. COLLINS, administrator of N. Collins, late of said j county, deceased, petitions this court to grant him letters of I dismission from bis said administration, and it appearing that said estate lias been fully administered : Ordered that all persons fHe their objections, if any they have, on or before the November Term ot this court next ensuing, otherwise said administrator will be then and there dismissed. April 12—wfiin O. P. BEALL. Ordinary. GEORGIA, ) Court of Ordinary, Muscogee county, ( April Term, 1853. RULE NI SI. WIIEREA3, Win. N. Nelson, administrator on the estate of Augustus Peabody, deceased, having applied lor letters of dismission from said administration : It is ordered that all per sons concerned, shew cause, if any ibey have, why said admin istrator should not be dismissed at the Court of Ordinary to be held in and for said county on tho first Monday in November next. A true transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4,1853. April 12—wCm JM). JOHNSON, Urdiuary. 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 ensuiug, otnerwise said letters will be then and there granted. April 12—w3m O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. ! GEORGIA, j Court of Ordinary, Talbot county, j February Tet m, 1853. RULE NI SI. \T7 HERE AS, William F. Robertson applies by petition for | ▼ V letters of dismission as the administrator of Barney Wilson, | late of Talbot county, deceased. Be it ordered, That all persons concerned, be and appear at j 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, 24tli Feb J 853 March I—tfwtim MARION BETHUNE, Ordinary, j GEORGIA, ) COURT OF ORDINARY, Ste wart county, (j April Term, 1853. UPON the petition of William 11. House, Executor of the last Will and Testament of Thomas House, deceased, for letters 1 of dismission from his said executorship: It is on motion, ordered by the court that all persons concern- 1 ed, shew cause, on or before the next term of said court, why j saidjletters should not, thenfibe granted. A true extract from the minutes of said court, April 12,1853. I April 19—w6m J. L. WIMBERLY, Ordinary. Georgia, Randolph county.-- WTiereas, Margaret! ” E. Shappard and Samuel C. Scott apply to me for letters of i administration on the estate of William B. Shappard, late of said county, deceased : These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all end singular the kindred and creditorsof said deceased, to be and appear at my of fice, within the time prescribed by law, amt shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand at office this 18th day of April, 1853. April 2f>—w6t O. P, BEALL, Ordinary. p eorgla. Randolph comity— Whereas, Jas. lluth \JT eri'ord, Guardian of Benjamin and Absalom Sutlcy, applies : to me for dismission from his said Guardianship. All persons ! interested are, therefore, hereby required to file their objections, | if any they have, on or before the May term of this court next ensuing, otherwise said applicant will be then and tiere disum- j sed. Given under my hand at office the I7th March, 1853. March22—w6ra O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. i f 1 eorgla, Randolph county.— Whereas, Mary Ann \JC Butler and Thomas Coram apply to me for letters of admin istration on the estate of Harman Butler, late of said county, de ceased : These 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 my hand at office the 18th day of April, 1853. April 20—w7t O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. tx eorgla, Randolph county.— Whereas, John Gil j bert, Guardian of Uendley E. Hill, minor and orphan of William E. Hill, deceased, applies to me for dismission from said Guardianship. All persons interested are therefore hereby required to file their objections, ifahy they have, on or before the May Term of this Court next ensuing, otherwise said applicant will he then and there dismissed. Given under my hand at office, the 17th March, 1853. March 22—w Gin O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. C~ BORGIA, Randolph comity— Court ok Or- T binary, —Whereas, by the petition of William Hayes, ad ministrator on the estate of Enoch Rigshv, deceased, and the j estate of Kinchen Faircloth, deceased, it appearing to this court , that be has fully administered both of said estates, and moves the 1 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 j thiscourt next ensuing, otherwise said administrator will then , and there be dismissed. Given under mv hand at office the 29th march 1853. O. P. BEALL, Ordinary. April s—wCin ___ /Georgia, Randolph county.— Wbeieas, Samuel A. VJT Grier, administrator de bonis non on the estate of John H. Weaver, late of said county, deceased, has petitioned for letters of dismission from said administration. Theke are, therefore, to site, admonish and require all persons concerned to file their objections, if any they have, on or before ; 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—(fw6m1 —(fw6m O. P. BEALL, Ordinary, eorgla, Randolph county.— Whereas, Allen L. Jenks applies to me for letters of Guardianship for the per | son and property of Frances Rigs ay, 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 be granted,otherwise they will be granted at the next April term of I thiscourt. Givou under my hand at office March Ist, 1853. i March—lo ’ O. P. BEALL, t rdinary. CX eorgla, Early county.— Whereas. Joseph Grimsley, j administrator with the Will annexed, upon the estate ot j Sarah Grimsley, late of said county deceased, makes application j to me for letters of dismission from'the further administration of said estate. All persons concerned are hereby notified to he and | appear at my office, within the time prescribed by law, and shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be ! granted said applicant. • i Given under my hand at office, this February the 24th. 1853. March I—9w6in S. 8. STAFFORD. Ordinary. G” eorgla, Early county.—Whereas, Janies B. brown makes application to me for letters of Administration upon ! the estate of Joseph C. Gray, late of said county, deceased: These are to notify all persons concerned, to*shew cause, if any : they have, why said*letters should not be granted said applicant. Given under my hand at office, this inarch 21st, 1853. i March 29-13w7t S.S. STAFFORD, Ordinary. eorgla, Early county—Whereas, the estate of Jack- I son vV. Bartlett, late of said county, deceased, is unrepre- I sen ted at law: These are to notify all persons concerned in said estate, to shew I cause, if anv they h'uve, why Thomas B. Andrews, the clerk of | the Superior Court of said county, should not he appointed ad j ministratordc bonis non upon the estate of said deceased. Given under mv hand at office this march 21, 1853, i March29—l3w7l &S. STAFFORD,Ordinary. COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 2/, 1853. corgla, Early county.— Whereas, James E. Brown ! IX and Ann J. Weeks apply to me for letters of administra j tiou upon the estate of Jane Stevens, late of said county, deceased: ! These are to notify and summons all persons concerned, to be j and appear at my office within the time prescribed by law. and j shew cause if any they have, why said letters should not be ■ granted to one or the other, or both of said applicants, at the I Juno term next of the Court of Ordinary Tor said county. I Given undei ray hand at offico this 17th day of April, 185:’.. April 26—wGt S, S. STAFFORD, Ordinary. Georgia, Early county.— Whereas, Elizabeth Bart lett applies to me for letters of administration upeu the estate of Nathaniel Bartlett, deceased : These are to notify all persons concerned, to shew cause, if any ; they have, why said letters Miould not be granted said applicant, at tiie March term, next, of the Court of Ordinary for said county. Given under my hand at office this April 17th. 1853. April 20—wCt S, S. STAFFORD, Ordinary. Cl eorgia, Talbot county.— Office of Ordinary, 29th T March, 1853.—Whereas, J. J. Jamison, Guardian of Nathan iel Wommock’s orphans, petitions for letters of Dismission from said guardianship: Be it ordered, That ail persons concerned, be and appear at the June Term ofthe Court ol’ Ordinaly of said county, next en suing, then and there to shew cause, it any they hove, why said It iters should not be granted. A true extract from the minutes of said court, April 15th, 1853 April 26—wUm MARION BETHUNE, Ordinary. ("3 eorgia, Talbot county.— Whereas, Ezekiel B. X Smith applies to me for letters of Administration on the estate of John W. G. Smith, late ol Talbot couuty, deceased: These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at iny oflice, within the time proscribed by law, 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 BETHUNE, Ordinary. A dmlnistrator’s Sale —Agreeably to an order of the fjL Ordinary of Early county, will be sold on the first Tuesday in May next, in the town of Dublin, Laurens county, lot ofland number eighty-nine, in the first district of Laurens county. Sold as the propel tv of the late Alfred Renfroe, of Early county, and or the benefit dT the heirs and creditors of said deceased. Terms ondayofsale. THOS. B. ANDREWS, Adin’r. February 23—9wtds Administrator’s Sale.— Will be sold *in Cuthbert, Randolph county on the first Tuesday in May next, lot of land number one hundred and fourteen in tiie tenth district of said county; on whtch are small improvements. Persons wish ing a small farm will do well to examine it. Terms one half payable first January next, the balance first January, 1855. Sold by order oi the court of ordinary of said county for distribution among the heire of Tharpe Hale, deceas ed. .March 22—tds DAVID RUMPH, Adm’r, Administrators Sale.— Agreeable to an order of the Court of Ordinary of Early county, will be sold before the court house door in the town of Blakely, on the fir t Tuesday in June next, all the real estatejof F. Griffith, deceased, situated in the said town of Blakely. April 18 —wtds FRANCIS GRIFFITH, Adm r. lAxecutor’s Sale.J-Will be sold in ‘fhomasvilie, inThom !ias county, on the first Tuesday in May next, lot ofland num ber eighty eight, in the eighth district of said count). Sold by . order of the court of Ordinary of Randolph couuty, as the pro perty of Ilirain Harrison, deceased. March 15 —wtds L. C. SALE, Ex r. npvro months after date I will apply to tiie X Ordinary of Jl/uscogee county, for leave to sell a negro child (Rosa) the property of Henry M. Jernigan, (Idiot.) April 19—w2m A. B. RAGAN, Guardian. Two months after date application will le made to the honorable court of Ordinary of Early county, I for leave to sell the lands belonging to Epsy Dyson, late of said ] comity,deceased. ABNER DYSON, Adm’r. March 15—w2m ‘J'WO months after date, I slxall apply to tiie j *■ Court of Ordinary of (iandolph county, for leave to sell the ! lands belonging to Stephen YVeatherby, late ol said county, dec’d Feb. 15—7w2m MARTIN POLLOCK, Adm’r, rpwo months after date I shall apply to the 1 Court of Ordinary of Early county for leave to sell the negroes (.belonging to the estate of John .Tones, deceased,late of said coun i iy: for the purpose of making a distribution among the heirs of j said estate. THOS. ANDREWS, Adiur. march 29—w2m ___ TAVO months after date 1 shall apply to the Court of Ordinary of Randolph county, for leave to sell the ! and belonging to Henrv Sandlin, deceased, j Feb. 8’ 6w2m JESSE SANDLIN. Adm’r. } rixAVO months after date, 1 shall apply to the ; X Court of Ordinary of Randolph county for leave to sell the I negroes belonging to Timothy Pitman, deceased, late of sftidcoun ! y. April 12—w2rn A. A. PITMAN, Adm’r. Guardian’s sale.— On tne first Tuesday in June next, will be sold in Cuthbert, Randolph county, a negro man named Peter, about fifty years of age. Sold as the property of the minors of Sol. Graves, deceased, by order of the court of Ordina ry of said county. B. GRAVES, Guardian. * April 12-wills Metallic Burial Cases. mHESE cases have been universally approved wherever JL used. They are much superior to those of wood, and combine within themselves all those qualities so desirable in a Southern Climate. They are composed of several kinds of Metal, but principally of Iron. They are thoroughly enamelled inside and out, and thus made impervious to airand indestructible, and can be sold at about the rates of covered coffins. The public are invHed to call and examine them for them selves, and at a glaive they will seethe great advantage of this article over any other ever offered to the public. Columbus, Feb. 23—w&twtira SAMMIS & ROONEY. ! For Sale. A small farm about one and a half miles from Colutn jttfrjgS, bus. It contains 15U or 160 acres ot land : about a third j of which is cleared, and in suitable condition for cultiva- j tion. The remaining portion is well timbered with pine. It is a desirable location for any person, wishing a small farm I or summer residence in the vicinity of the city. Apply to Columbus, March 9—twtf E. T. TAYLOR. For Rent or Sale. r_ o House and lot in Summerville, Ala., immediately ad- M joining I)r. Lockhart’s residence. The houses and offi ces are of the best character. For information apply to me, or to G. W. Dillingham, j at Hall c Moses’ Hardw are Store. Columbus, March B—low3m8 —10w3m F. A. CAIRNS For Sale. A Philosophical and Chemical Apparatus, will be sold below i Boston prices. For particulars, apply at this office. Columbus, Jan. 4—wtf FOR RENT. - , A small and comfortable dwelling on Broad street, ad joining Captain Barrows and E. S. Greenwood. Apply to Irlfi- J. L. MUSTIAN. Columbus, Jan. 7—2 twtf Georgia Military Institute. THIS INSTITUTION WENT INTO OPERATION IN AT their session of the Legislature incorporated fJ & it as a College; by requisition on the General Govern ! frf ment furnished it’with arms, both for ]fl INFANTRY AND ARTILLERY; it I and provided for the education of a certain number of State J Cadets. The legislature als directed a Board of Visitors lo be ! appointed, of whom the Governor is ex-officio President, wnose duties are to inspect the Institute, attend its examinations and report on its condition to-the Legislature: and in conjunction with a committee of the Board ot Trustees, to establish and de clare proper regulations for its government. These Regulations have been published. The course of study, methods o*'teaching, and the discipline w hich they prescribe, areas nearly as possible, those of the United Slates Military I Academy. Any person interested may obtain a copj ©f them by applying ; to the Superintendent. The next Academic year will commence on Monday, June 10; | and all who desire to enter should be present on that day. i Marietta, Cobb county, Ga., march 29 13wtl0j New Tin, Sheet-Iron & Copper Manufactory. THE undersigned have opened a store on Broad street, oppo site HiU &. Dawson’s old stand, where they are prepared to i furnish everything in their line of business. They have a large assortment of Stgvks on band, including ! every variety of shape and pattern. ! CF” Tin Roofing and Guttering, neatly executed. Columbus, Feb. 23 —w3m C, SALVO & CO, TRAVELING. I CIIAI'g EOF SL: IIE 1)1 LE. , Only 10 miles ot Staking between Columbus and Macon. On and alter the loth inst. tbe Passenger Train will lea\e and run by the following schedule daily until further nottce: Leave Columbus at SA. M.; Arrive at Butler A. 11. Leave Butler at 1)4 P* M.; Arrive at Odumbus 5 P. M. E. F. RICKER, Superintendent. Columbus, March 5, 1853, IIARNDEN’S EXPRESS. O^^X^^^fDOLPH"street. TTTE respectfully beg leave to inform the citizens ot Columbus VY and its vicinity, that we have concluded our arrangements with the Central Railroad Banking Companv, and are now run ning messengers daily from Macon to Savannah. 4lso, forwarding goods daily over the Muscogee and South- V, estern Railroad to Fort Vaiiey, Oglethorpe and Macon, thence to Miliedgeville Savannah anil till intermediate places. Also, to Montgomery, Ala. We tvould also say, that our Ex presses by the steamers to New York and Philadelphia enable us to forward every description of merchandise and valuables. Notes, Drafts, ami Bills collected in every town in the Northern and Eastern States ; also, to California and Europe. Oi sicks and Agknts—Randolph street, Columbus, opposite the “Coiner Stone” printing office : C. A. Ells &. Son, Macon; Mr. Kendrick, Fort Valley; G. R. Clayton, Oglethorpe; 153 Bay street, Savannah ; 74 Broadway, Ntow York ; 43 and 45 South- Third. Philadelphia ; 8 Court street, Boston; Exchange street, Providence; Montgomery street, San Francisco. LIVINGSTON, WINCHESTER & CO. Columbus, April 13—tw&w NEW YORK AND SAVANNAH STEAM SHIP LINE, Weekly The new and splendid Steamships , ... . Capt. Lyon, and Alabama , Capt. Ludlow. Belongingto the New York and Savannah Steam Navigation Company, WILL leave Savannah and New York every Saturday. These ships are 1,3<Y0 tons register, and unsurpassed in safety,sp-“i and comfort. These steamers leaving Savannah at the same time that the Marion and Southerner leaves Charleston, arrive in New York as soon as, or before them. Eg?*Cabiii passages 25 —payable before going on board Agents: PADELFORD, FAY & CO., Savannah, Ga. SAMUEL L. MITCHELL, April 30,1852 —tf] 194 Front street, New Y’ork. i FOR PHILADELPHIA. THEU. S. Mail Steamship STATE OF GEOR GIA leaves Savannah the following Wednesday so Philadelphia: Dec 15 and 39th, January 12th aud 26th, February 9th and 23d, March 9th and 23d, April <>th and 20th, May 4th and 18th, June 1. Anew steamship now building, in every respect equal to the Stale of Georgia, will take her place in the line dur inglhe month o: June next, and with the Georgia make a weekly line. This ship has been built with the strictest regard to the safety and comfort, and her accommodations for passengers are unsurpassed by those of any other steamship on the cost. Fare to Philadelphia .$25; through to New York $25; Steer age $9. PADELFORD Ac FAY’. Agents, Savannah. Dec 7—49wtf HERRON Ac MARTIN, Philadelph United States Mail Line. From Columbus, Ga„ to Chunnenuggee, Union Springs, Ain., Via Lamington^SandPortjUchee, Creek Stand,£ Hernando, Elion, and Stewart’s Mills. THE undersigned is now prepared to carry passengers on this line: he therefore hopes to be favored with a good share of the public patronage. This line intersects, at Chunnenuggee, the line to Montgomery, via Tus kegee, Ala.; also, tbe one to Tallahassee, Florida, via. Ridgely Five Points, Mt. Andrew, Clayton, Eufaula, Ala. Relative distances from this route: Warrior Stand is five miles from Hernando ; Aberfoil is eight miles from Chunne nuggee; aud Missouri, Pike county, is eighteen milesjfrom Chun nenuggee. Carriages reserved aud readyat any trip for the use of families. This line intersects at Columbus, Ga., with the Muscogee Rail road tor Macon, Savannah (with but ten miles and all intermediate points. SCHEDULE: Leave Columbus Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday 7 A. M., ! arrive at Chunnenuggee next days, at noon. Leave Chunnenuggee Tuesday and Wednesday and Sunday j at 1 o’clock p. m., aud arrive at Columbus Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 p. m. APPLETON HAYGOOD, Contractor. tW” Stage Office at “Oglethorpe House.” Jan. 11, 1853. 1 12m T.C. PRIDGEN, Agent. VERNOY & EG'TORS OMNIBUS LINE. Fare —In Proportion to the Distance. WE return our thanks to the traveling public and the citizens generally, for their liberal pat- 1 ronage, and would inform them that our splendid new OM.XI- j B USSES, with FIXE TEAMS and careful DRIVERS, will j 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 C. S. HARRISON & CO. AUCTION AND COMMSSION MERCHANTS. Broad street, Columbus, Ga. WILL attend promptly to all business consigned to them Feb 13- Shirts ! Shirts! ! A LARGE invoice of SHIRTS , COLLARS. DRAWERS , j HOSIER Y, &lc. Just received and for sale by March 39—tw J. H. MERRY. LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST ! THE subscribers having determined to close their business, j offer their large and well assorted stock ot GROCERIES at | Reduced Prices, For Cash. Thev would also beg to say to those indebted, that early pay ments would be quite acceptable. Columbus, Jan. s—twtf E. BARNARD & CO. B. F. COLEMAN HAS returned to Columbus and resumed the use of the TROWEL, —is prepared to do BRICK WORK, plain or ornamental PLASTERING with dispatch. Just received and for sale, FRESH THOMASTON LIME, PLASTER OF PARIS AND CEMENT. ’ Wanted, tw>> hundred bushels ot cow hair. Columbns, Ga., February 16—8w3m South Cowika Plantation For Sale. : THE subscriber having determined to remove West, j&gfe offers for sale his plantation, containing seven hundred and seventy-five acres, about one half cleared and under good fences, situated twenty four miles west of Eufaula, nine miles from Clayton, and twelve milts from the route of the Girard and Mobile Railroad. For terms apply to Mr. Thomas Robinson at Eufaula, or to the subscriber on the premises. HENRF H. FIELD. April 26—wCm FAIR NOTICE. ALL Persons are hereby notified that my wife, ELIZA BETH J. TUv KER, has left ray bed and board, and her eight children, the youngest one about five months old. 1 therefore, forbid all persons from boarding or contracting debts with heron my account, as Ido not intend to pay them, or be accountable for her conduct in any shape or form hereafter. Cuthbert, April 19—16w3t WILLIAM TUCKER. The Ups mid Downs ol Politicians. An amusing and instructive volume might bo ! written upon the ups and downs of politicians. Martin Van Duron, and Captain John Tyler, tho lucky, might be very properly placed at the head of tho interesting catalogue of remarkable cases Tho advent of the present administra tion, also, turns up some very interesting speci mens. We find ex-members of the House and ex-members of the Senato of the United States among the applicants for, and appointments to, the little subordinate offices ofthe federal gov ernment. Thus, we find Daniel Sturgeon, for merly a United Stales Senator of twelve years standing, advanced backwards to the quiet post of Treasurer of the mint at Philadelphia; and B. B. French, formerly Clerk of tho House of Representatives at Washington, at 3,000 a }*ear, promoted recently to a clerkship for signing land patents, ut fifteen hundred dollars per nu ll um. But perhaps the most remarkable case of the recent curious applications for office, and which is still pending on the docket of the Postmaster General for settlement, is the application of Hon. Wm. J. Brown, of Indiana, for the post of a travelling mail agent in the West- Mr. Brown, some four years ago, was member of Congress, and a rather prominent one in his way, and came within one vote of being elected Speaker of the House of Representatives. But at that point there was sprung upon the House a charge of collusion against Mr. Brown, with the free soilers. And “that’s the way his fall rose.’’— There was a recoil; and Mr. Brown from that Congress retired to private life, or the next thing to it—tho editing of a political paper in In diana. Now we find him a candidate for the modest post of a mail agent. Rumor, too, has it that Senators Bright and Pettit are, pro or con , hav ing quite a scuffle over Mr. Brown’s application. Let Mr. Brown strike higher. “It will never do to give it up so,Mr. Brown! It v ill never do to give it up so.” Frederick the Great. Frederick the Great one day rang liis bell, and the summons being unanswered he opened the door of his apartment and beheld his page reclining in an arm chair, asleep. The King was about to awaken the youth, when he per ceived the corner of a note protruding from his pocket. His Majesty’s curiosity was excited ; he softly drew the letter from the pocket of the page, and read it. It was from the young man’s mother, acknowledging the receipt of a portion of his salary, sent to relieve her wants, and expressing a hope that Heaven would reward him. The King having read the letter, returned to his apartment, and in another moment softly crept out again, with a rouleau of ducats in his hand, and slipt it, together with the letter, into the pocket of the page. Then having once more returned to his apartment and closed the door, he rang the bell with sufficient violence to rouse the young page from his slumber, and he hurried to attend the King. “Have you been sleeping ?” said Frederick, ; ‘I have rung the bell twice/’ The page endeavored to excuse himself, and in his embarrassment, thrusting his hand into his pocket, he felt the rouleau. He drew it out, turned pale, and gazed on the King without be ing able to utter a single word. “What have you got there?’’ said Fred erick. “Ah, sire!” exclaimed the young man, throw ing himself on his knees, “some enemy is seek ing my ruin. 1 assure your Majesty I know nothing of this money, or by what means it came into my pocket.’’ “No matter, my good lad,’’said the King, in a tone of kindness, “Heaven often sends us good luck in our sleep. Forward the sum to your mother; give her my regards, and tell her that I will provide for her as well as for you/’ A Rebuff. —A worthy man in this great me tropolis, recently visited a medium to witness the wonders of spiritual rappings. He had lived twelve years with a notorious shrew, who at last died, soon after which he married a young woman of comely person and pleasant disposi tion. On inquiring it any spirits were present, he was answered by raps in the affirmative. “Who ?’’ “The spirit of Melinda, your deceas ed wife/’ “Ah !” exclaimed be, “are you satis fied with your condition? Are you happy?” “Perfectly so,”replied the spirit. “So am I!” gruffly exclaimed the ungallant inquirer, as he turned upon his heel and walked off*.— Boston Journal. Late in the Game. —Talleyrand was enjoying his rubber, when the conversation turned on the recent marriage of an elderly lady ol respec table rank. “How could Madamo de S make such a match? A person of her rank to marry a valet de chambre” “Ah !” replied Tal leyrand, “it was late in the game ; at nine we don’t count honors.” A Wise Steward. —The late Amos Lawrence of Poston, it is said, gave away during his life more than five hundred thousand dollars. On his pocketbook was inscribed, “What shall it profit a man if ho gain the whole world and lose his own soul.” As Father Morris was walking through a pa rish famous for its profanity, he was stopped by a whole flock of the youthful reprobates of the place, “Father Morris! Father Morris! the devil's dead.” “Is he ?” said the old man be nignly layiug his hand on the head of the near est urchin, “You poor fatherless children!’’ [NUMBER 49.