THE TRI WEEKLY TIMES AND SENTINEL.
Lfeu Hurricane at New York—Loss of Life.
New York, July 2, P. M.
A tremendous hurricane and hail storm passed over
New y ork on Friday night causing much damage to
the city. A portion of the Crystal Palace building was
blown down. Three women were killed and several
other persons injured.
f From the Mobile Tribune June 28. ]
Mobile and Girard Railroad.
A meeting of the citizens of Mobile and the
stockholders of the Mobile and Girard Rail
road, was held yesterday at the Alhambra, to
take into consideration the subject of said road. 1
On motion, VVrn. D. Dunn was appointed
Chairman, and H. O. Brewer, Secretary.
Capt. Seale, one of the directors of the road, I
on being introduced by the chairman, entered
into explanations in regard to the progress and ,
condition of the road, after which Win. H. Red
wood offered the following resolution :
Resolved, That the views and wishes of the cit- ‘
izens of Mobile, in regard to subscribing to stock i
to the amount of >£1,000,000 in the Girard Ra l- j
road Company, as expressed at a public meeting i
held at tbe Alhambra on the llth May last, re 5 -’
main unchanged, and it is deemed important that j
the corporate authorities of this oitv ’ake imtnedi- !
at* action to carry those view’s and wishes into !
Dr. R. L. Fearn approved of the resolution, i
but it did not go quite far enough, and he sub
mitted the following provisions and amendment:
Ist. 1 rovjded that the location of the road near
and at the Mobile terminus, shall he under the con- !
trol and direction of the city of Mobile.
21. Provided that the authorities of the city are
assured l*v the most satisfactory evidence, of the
ability of the company to put tee whole road in
complete tunning within three years.
JI. Provided that branches from Montgomery
and Selma, and other points in the State of Ala
bama, shall be permitted to join the road at any time
and place they may select, and that no discrimitia
tii fj charges shall be exacted at anv time ou anv
part of the road. :
At the conclusion of Capt. Seale’s remarks,
the resolution reported in the proceedings was
offered. Dr. Fearn had no objection to the re
solution, but he did not think it went far enough.
1 or that reason he submitted his amendment, j
ft he adoption of which, bethought, would quiet
.all objections, and induce the city legislature
•to take final action at once on the subject.
I hat, Captain Seale stated, was all tho compa
ny asked tor at this time. With a pledge from ;
the city authorities of a subscription of SI,OOO
- to be consummated by the consent of the
state legislature at its next session, the compa- !
ny could go to work at once and close con
tracts tor graduation, masonry’, &c., on the *
portions now ready for letting. They would j
also he enabled to locate other parts of the ■
road and largely increase their subscriptions for ’
(r. N. Stewart warmly seconded the proposed |
measure, and showed that Montgomery, although
she was now making so much noise about con
necting herself with Pensacola bay, would go to
work with a better heart to form a connexion !
with Mobile by the Girard railroad. This would
not be the result of any particular affection for
Mobile, but simply because it would promote
Judge Martin, of Montgomery, who was pre- •
sent, thought Mr. Stewart was a little too severe i
upon the metropolis, and asked permission of
the chair to say a word in defence. He protested
that Montgomery was not hostile to Mobile. - I
On the contrary, she entertained sentiments of j
profound respect for us, was devotedly attached
to us, and was animated by a proper degree of i
state pride in all she did. But iSelma was striv
ing to take the lead of the capital—would use
every effort to draw off trade that should centre
there, and might, ho left us to infer, become a
rival tor the seat of the government. It was,
therefore, desirable to connect herself with Pen
sacola bay. How that would benefit her to a
greater degree than if locked in our arms, he
did not state.
C. C. Langdon, Mayor of the city, followed
and made the closing speech. He was forcible,
eloquent and convincing, and we feel certain,
that it all the real estate owners of the city had
been present there would not have been a dis
senting voice to the proposition before the meet
ing. As it was, the resolution and amendment
were unanimously adopted after he closed. —
From the feeling manifested on all hands, we
have a right to believe that the hoards of Alder
men and Common Council will take up the sub
ject at their next meeting—Thursday and Friday
next—and pass an ordinance in pursuance of
the resolution adopted bv the meeting yesterday.
[From the Mobile Tnbune. ]
Mobile and Girard Railroad.
We publish on our first page this morning au article
from the Montgomery Advertiser on the Girard Rail
road. The writer, it will be seen, gives some good rea
sons why Montgomery and other cities interested in
reaching the Gulf by a railroad, should unite on the Gi
rard road to this city.
It the parties in Savannah aud Montgomery were to
adopt this proposition, the road clear through and com
plete could be finished within two or three years. Sa
vannah has appropriated a million dollars to reach the
Gulf ; Montgomery yesterday, doubtless, agreed to sub
scribe ioOU.UOO ; Mobile is ready to give a million to the
Girard road as it is. She would not hesitate to put 509,-
00J to the back of it, if the plan o* the Advertiser's
respondent were adopted. This would secure $3,000,-
000. individual subscriptions could at once be raised to
supply tail means for the completion of the road with*
i'nc question to be solved by Montgomery and Savan
nah is, whutoau the road to Pensacola accomplish for
them, which the extension id the Girard road to this city
will uot ?
i'ne ouerou-1 is ab >ut :w good as the other for Mont
gomery. Savannah wishes to secure a par! of the Flp
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.’’
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1853.
| rida trade. I? not the Mobile terminus as safe for this as
that at Pensacola ?
This road will be a great trunk road, uniting directly
with New Orleans, and, taking all things into eonsidera*
tion, making the distance to that city some ten or twelve
hours shorter than the road by Pensacola—saving, also, a
voyage by sea, which most people who travel desire to
avoid, being also less dangerous to trade, and less expen
sive because it will be without the necessity of tranship
ment of produce. This road, too, will be one of the cu
workers with our great road to the west.
While urging a concentration of public erfurt and
money in this way, no great harm eau come to those parts
of Florida which are ready to unite with the Savannah
road. They can establish branch lines to this trunk, and
perhaps derive more benefit from it than eau be derived
from any terminus at Pensacola.
There is another very important consideration—name
ly, the investment of capital. How much will be saved
by this plan ? What will be the effects of it on dividends?
Is it not probable that by a division of effort, both works
will be impaired in value, and greatly retarded in ex
W e sec, however, that at Savannah this subject begins
to be looked at from this point of view. The News of
that city—an ahle and clear-sighted paper—lias already
expressed an opinion in favor of this union, while Mr.
Holcomb, the chief engineer, in a letter published in the
Savannah Courier , takes tho same ground, as will be
seen by the following extract:
‘‘l agree with Col. Tift most fully that the ultimate
destination of the work should be Mobile, there connec
ting with the great West and South-West and New
Orleans, through the Mobile and Ohio and the Mobile i
and New Orleans roads—the latter having recently
taken its position among at least projected works.
***•* * * * * *
“Col. Tift appears to consider me committed in my re
port in favor of a route penetrating Florida. He has
misapprehended me. Ido not suppose my opinions can
be worth much on this weighty subject. Nevertheless,
such as they are, they are by no means in favor of carry
ing the road into Florida, except as a measure of expo*
diency —having reference to an existing charter, and •
the liberal aid looked for from that source. And it may i
be a grave question after nil, whether the expected aid ;
and the facilities afforded by the charter in question, will
overbalance the disadvantages of a divergence so much
South and out of our own territory—and especially if
that organization is to be a separate and distinct < ne, and
the Florida road is to be worked by its own officers, its
own machinery, cars, <fcc. What is wanted, is a road
under one set of officers, one system of management.”
The Girard road will inevitably’ be built. It is one of ;
the necessities of the public demand for internal improve,
ments, and it will be so placed relative to the great high
ways of travel, that no road in any other direction is like”
ly to compete with it : so far as its success is concerned :
there are no fears.
Charleston, June 29.
Sales of cotton to-day reached near 400 bales at ex
tremes from 8 1-4 to 10 cents. Market dull.
New Orleans, July *2, P. M.
The Cotton market on Saturday was quiet, and the
sales barely reached 700 bales, at previous rates. The !
stock is 68,0( 0 bales. Freights to Liverpool for Cot- •
ton rate at 3 Bd.
Tobacco.—The salt” of tobacco during the past week
have been tho largest this season, having reached 4f>oo 1
hhds. at au advance of 14 to 1-2 cent-
NewYork, July 2, P. M.
The sales of Cotton for the week reached 13,525 bales. J
Good Middling Uplands are quoted at 11, and Orleans
at 111-2 cents.
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MOPF.NS the 17lh of June, uuder the management of
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CHALYBEATE, WHITE SULPHUR,
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I have numerous certificates oi thoir t-tHcacy and cures, in many
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BSuggvdd, Ga.,June l—twjtlsw
Muscogee Sheriff Sales.
: YV' 1 '! LL be sold on the firt Tuesday in July next, at the market
? house, in the city of Columbus, between the usual hours of
sale, the following proper to-wiih :
Lot of land number one hundred and ninety four in the sixth
district of Muse gee county, levied on as the property of Nathan
iel Duffle to sstisfy a (i fa from JUnscugeo Superior court in favor
of Parker Fisher agamst said Du file.
Also, fractional lot number two hundred rM forty six in the
thirty second district of originally Leo, now Niusooi;.;: *'uitv,
levied on as the property of Thomas \V. Ballard to satisfy four’ll
fas from a magistrate's court in favor of Greer ic Carson against
! said Ballard; levy made and roMmicd to mo by a constable.
Also, the interest of J.G. Cobbiu seventy acres of land, more
| or less, whereon J. G. Cobb and Wiley Cobb now live, being in
| the south east corner of lot number twelve in the thirty third dis
trict of originally Lee now Muscogee ; levy made and returned
I to me by a constable.
Also, the west half of lot of land number one hundred and
on* in the thirty second district of originally Lee now
.1/ gee county, levied on as the property of Jesse Story to
satisfy ssveral fi fas against said Story, a’-d Seaborn W. Fill’s as
security; one iu favor of Gibson Tullis; one in favor of Thomas
Redman tone in favor of George Richardson ; one inlavorof
John Kelly, and others against Jesse Story, principal, and Sea
born W. Ellis, security; levy made and returned to me by a c >n
Also, fifteen acresof land, more or less, ir. the south west corner
of lot of land number seventy tiro in the thirty third district of
! originally Lee. now Muscogee county, the creek being file lint ;
| levied on as the property of B. D. Howell to satisfy a fl fa from
| the magistrate's court in favor of J. and J. Ligou against said
Also, on one hundred and two and a half acres, more or less,
of lot of land number twenty three in the sixth district of Musco
gee, levied on as the property of Win. Janes to satisfy several
li fas from a magistrate’s court in favor of Win. 11. Langford,
and other fi fas against said Antics; le\y made and returned to
me bv a constable.
June 1, 1853. A.S. RUTHERFORD. Sheriff.
Randolph Sheriff Sales.
WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in July, next, before the
court house door in the town of Cuthbert Randolph coun- :
ty, within the usual hours of sale, the fol'owing property, to-wit: :
’ Lot of and number one hundred and rltty eight in the sixth dis
trict of Randolph county ; levied on as the property of William
H. Bruner to satisfy two fi fas issued out of a Justice’s court of i
said county, in favor of Wm. Caraway vs William H. Bruner, j
principal and Ezekiel Hyde. Levy made and returned to me j
by n constable.
Also, one negro man by the name of Harry 23 years of age ;
levied on as the property of William I). Beckwith to satisfy one ‘
li fa issued <>ut of a justice's court of Randolph county, in favor
of Patrick 11. McCook for the use of Daniel A. McCook ve Wil- j
Ham I). Beckwith. Levy madeand returned to mo hv a consta- 1
Also, lot ofland number one hundred end fifty seven in the j
seventh district of said county: levied on as the property of j
David Ward and John B. Ward to satisfy sundry II fas issued j
out of a justice’s court of said countv in favor of Delaware Mor
ris and others, vs David Ward and John B. Ward. Levy made ■
ari l returned to me by a constable.
Also, the following property, to wit: one improved Wire nia- j
chine, one large turning machine, one burning machine, one
small burning machine, one largo burning machine, one swedg
ing machine, one grooving machine, one stove pipe, all levied on
as the property of .Matthew Sharp to satisfy one fl fa issued from I
the superior court of Stewart county in favor of Cain &. Wrigh', !
vs Matthew Sharp.
Also, three lots’of land, numbers three hundred and two, two !
hundred and seventy, two hundred and sixty-nine, in the fourth ;
district ot said county, levied on as the property of Nathan G.
t’hristee to satisfy sundry fl fas issued from the Superiorcouit of
said county iu favor of Hirun Roberts and others, vs Nathan G.
Also, one negro girl by the name of Amelia about 25 years of
age, levied on the property of Henry S. Hane to satisfy sundry
fl fas issued out of a justice’s court of said county in favor of
Brooks tc Smith and others, vs Heury S. Hane. Levy made and
returned to me by a constable.
Also, forty acres of lot of land number one hundred and thir
teen in the sixtli district of said county, it being iu the north
cast corner ol said lot, levied on as the property ot John H.
Jones to satisfy sundry tl fas issued out of a justice’s court of said
county in favor ol James F. Newsom, vs John tl. ’ones and L.
B. Blackshire and D. Jordan, security. Levy made and returned
to me bv a constable.
June3—tds WASHINGTON JOYCE, Sheriff.
Early Sheriffs Sale.
WILL he sold on the first Tuesday in August next, in Blake
ley, Early county, before the court house door within the
lawful hours, the following property, to wit:
Lot of Land number (-257) two hundred and fifty-seven, in the
13tli district of said county, levied on as the property of William j
A. Beck, surviving co-partner of A. H. C trringlon & Cos., to sat
isfy afl fa in favor of Baker Johnson &. Cos., property pointed out
‘June 25—wtds JOHN WEST, Sheriff.
Early Sheriff Sales.
TTTTLLbe sold on the first Tuesday in July next, between the ;
V V lawful hours of sale, before the court house door in Blake
ly, Early county, Ga., the following property, to wit:
Fifty acres off ot lot of land number 100 in the twenty-eighth
district of said county ; levied u 0 as the property of Elijah Bush
to satisfy ali fain favor of L. i^Wiiller; levy made and returned j
to me bv a constable.
May 31—tds JOHN BIRMON3, Rep. Sheriff.
GEORGIA, f Court of Ordinary,
Muscogee county, ) April Term, 1853.
RULE XI SI.
TTTHEREAS, Win. N. Nelson, administrator de bonis non on j
W the estate of John Liggin, deceased, having applied for
letters of dismission from said administration : It is ordered that
all persons concerned shew cause, if any they have, why said
administrator should not he dismissed attheCoiyl of Ordinary to
be held in and tor said county on the first Monday iti N oveai’ber j
A true transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4, 1853.
Columbus, April 12—wtim JNO. JOHNaON, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, > Court or Ordinary,
Talbot county, j February Teim, 1853.
RULE SI SI.
yvniEREAS, William F. Robertson appll&s by petition for j
A V letters ofdi u missiou as the administrator of Barnev Wilson, j
late of Tsibot county, deceased.
Be it ordered, That all persons concerned, be aud appear at
the September term of this court next ensuing, then ana there
to shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be
A true extract from the minutes of said court, 24th Feb., 1853.
March I—9wfim MARION BETHINE, Ordinary.
GEOHGIA, ) Court of Ordinary.
Muscogee county, $ April Terra, i8. r 3.
RILE XI SI.
WHEREAS, Win. N. Nelson, administrator on the estate of
Augustus Peabody, deceased, having applied for letters of
dismission from said administration : Ft is ordered that all per
sons 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 couutv on the firt Monday in November
A true transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4,1853.
April 12—w6m i\i *. JOHNS!IN, Ordiuarv.
GEORGIA, ? Court of ordinary, of said coun
-11 andolph county, ( tv, April Term. 1853.
JOHN T. McLENDON, Guardian of Simeon P. Turner, peti
tions this court for letters of di->mision from his said guar
dianships >rde.re:l that all persons having objections file them on
or before the July Term of this court next ensuing, ouierwise said
letters will he then and there granted.
April 12—w3m _ O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
Georgia, Randolph county—Whereas, Pinion
Wooien applies to me tor letters of Guardianship for the
person and property of ts.unuel Thompson, orphan and minorof
Samuel Thompson, late of said county, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the
parties interested, to be and appear at the next July term of the
Court of Ordinary of said county, and make known their objec
tions, it any they have, otherwise letters will then and there be
i granted. Given under ni) hand at office, 25th day of May, 1853.
May 31—w7t O. P. BEALL. Ordinary.
Georgia, Randolph county,—Whereas, Cullen W
Alexander applies to me for letters of administration on the
estate ot Hanseil .i/orris, late ol said county, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite aud admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my
office wHhiii the time prescribed by law, to ?hew cause, if any
they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under
my hand at office the 25th day of May, 1853.
.I/ay 31—w7t O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) COURT OF ORDINARY,
Stewart comity, j April Term, 1853.
I TP* N the petition of William H. House, Executor of the last
J 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 letters should not then be granted.
A true extract from the minutes of said court, April 12,1853.
April 19—wtim J. L. IVIMBERLY, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) COURT OF ORD NARY,
Stewart county. ( November Term, 1853.
T JPON the petition of \\ illiara H. House, Executor of the last
Lv Wiil and Testameut ol.Thomas House, deceased, lor letters
ot dismission from his said executorship.
It is on motion, ordered by the emrt that all persons concern
ed, shew cause, on or before the next November term of said
court, why said letters should not then be granted.
A true extract from the minutes of said court April 1° 1853
April ly-whm J. L. WIMBERLY, Ordinary, j
GEORGIA, “Sir ) COURT OF ORUfXARY , 5
i Randolph county, s June Term, 1853.
TJHILIP CAUSEY, administrator on the estate of David Har-
I veil, Into of said county, deceased, having petitioned thi*
; court for letters of dismission.
It is ordered that ail and singular the parties interested, show
cause. If any they have, on or before the next J • i.unry Term of
: this court, why the petition of said adminlst-ator should not he
| l ranted, otherwise ne will he then and there dismissed,
i Given under my hand at office the 25th June, 1853.
July s—wtim O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
CA eorgia. Randolph county— Whereas, Peter
T Stewart applies to me for letters of adminittiation on the
1 estate of Daniel B. Norton, late of said county, deceased,
I These are, (ht relore, to cite and admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of said deceased 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 be granted.
Given under my hand the 25th day of June.
July 5-7 t O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, > Court of ordinary of saip coun-
Yf Rudolph county, ( ty, April Term, 1853.
TAMES W. COLLINS, administrator of N. Collins, late of said
county, deceased, petitions this court to grant him letters of
dismissi-m from his said administration, and it appearing that
said estate hit’ been fully administered : Ordered that nil persons
tile their objections, if any they have,on or before the November
lor m of this court next ensuing, otherwise said administrator
ill be then and there dismissed.
April 12—wtim O. P. BEALL Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) COURT OF ORDINARY,
Randolph county, \ June Tern, 1853.
PHILIP CAU9F.Y, Administrator on the estate of David Unw
ell, late of said county, deceased, having petitioned this
court for letters of dismission. It is ordered that all persons con
cerned, tic their objections, (if any they have,) on or before the
January term of this court next ensuing, otherwise said Admit*
trutor will be then and there dismissed. Given under tny hand
at office the liitli day of June 1853.
J one 21—wtim. O. p. BEALL, Odinary.
C A eorgia, Randolph county.--Whet can, Sntnuel A.
T Grier, administrator do bonis non on the estate of John H.
Weaver, late of said county, deceased, has petitioned for letters
of di-mission from said administration.
Those are, therefore, to :ito, admonish and require all persona
concerned to tile their objections if any they have, on or before
tiie 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 humi at office this 22d day of February, 1853
March I—fiwfiin O, P. BEALL, Ordinary.
(! BORGIA, Randolph county.— Court ok Or-
T din ary,—Whereas, by the petition of William Hayes, ad
ministrator on the estate of Enoch Rigsby, deceased, and the
estate of Kinchen Faircloth, deceased, it appearing to this court
that he lias fully administered both of said estates, and moves the
court to grant him letters of dismission: All persons concerned In
cither of said estates, are hereby notified to make known their
objections, if any they have, on or belore the October term of
this court next ensuing, otherwise said administrator will then
and there be dismissed. Given under my hand at office the 21Uh
march 1853. O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
('1 corgta, Randolph county.— Whereas, Jas. Ruth-
T ertord, Guardian of Benjamin und Absalom Sutley, applies
to rue tor dismission from his said Guardianship. All persons
interested are, therefore, hereby required to tile their objections,
if any they have, on or before the May term of this court next
ensuing, otherwise said applicant will be then and tuere dismis
sed. Given under my baud at office the 17th March, 1853.
March22—wtim ’ O. P. BEALL. Ordinary.
eorgia, Randolph county.— Whereas, John Gil
T bert, Guardian of Hendiey E. Hill, minor and orphan of
William K. Hill, deceased, applies to me for dismission from
said Guardianship. All j ersons interested are therefore hereby
required toliie their objections, il any lliev have, on or before the
May Term ot this Court next ensuing, otherwise said applicant
will be then and there dismissed.
Given under my hand at ofili e, the 17th March, 1853.
March 22—w6ni O. p. BEALL, Ordinary.
(1 eorgia, Early county.— Whereas,Joseph Grimsley,
J! administrator with the Will annexed, upon tne estate of
Barah Grimsley, 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
appear at office, within the time prescribed by law, and
shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be
granted said applicant.
Given under my baud at office, this February the 24th, 1853.
March I—Ovvtim 8. 8. STAFFORD, Ordinary.
C t eorgia, Talbot county.— Office of Ordinary, 29th
T March, JBs3.—Whereas, J. J. Jamison, Guardian of Nathan
iel Wommock’s orphans, petitions for letters of Dismission from
Be it ordered, That nil persons concerned, be and appeur at
the June Term of the Court of Ordinal y of said county, next en
suing, then and there to shew ouuse, il any they have, why said
letters should not be granted.
A true extract from the minutes of suid court, April 15th, 1853
April 26—wfim _ MARION Hi'.THUNE, Ordinary.
\dministrator’M Sal*.— Will be sold In Cuthbort,
Randolph county on the first Tuesday in October next, the
settlement of lands on which Erasmus Gay, Esq., resided at the
time of hisdealii. to-wit: lots numbers 140,141, 149, 148 aud 180,
more or less of 147, all adjoining in the eighth district ot said
c.mnty, on which are tolerably good log building, an excellent
gin house and screw. Three hundred acres of open lands princi
pally all lresh, well watered, ana in ■'hort n very desirable place
lor a farmer. Boid by order of the court of ordinary of said
county. Terms, twelve mouths credit with small notes and se
Any person wishing to purchase such a place will do well to
examine t-.e above mentioned lands, as each iot will he put up
separately. LEWIS Q AY, Adin’r.
July 5-Lv, tds
John A. J. Weathersby I Stewart Fupkrior Gourt
vs. > April Terra, 1853.
Elizabeth YVeathemby. ) Libel for Divorce.
] T appearing by the return of the Sheriff that the defendant is
. not to be found in the County of Stewart, it is therefore or
dered b.v the Court tl at service of this lib<-l be perfected on the
said Elizabeth Weathersby, by publication of this order in the
Columbus Times and Sentinel once a month ior four months
next preceding the ensuing term of this Court.
A true extract from the .Vinutes of this Court.
June 15—Iani4m I. M. COX, Clerk.
Susan Grubbs 1 Stewart Superior Court,
vs. April Term, 1853.
Josinh Grubbs. ) Libel for Divorce.
If appearing by the return o the .Sheriff that the defendant Is
not to be found in this county, it is therefore ordered by the
Court that se vice of this libel be perfected on the said Josiah
Grubbs, by publication ot this order in the Columbus l imes and
Seminel once a month lor four mouths next preceding the ensu
ing term of this Court.
A true extract fiom the Minutes of Stewart Superior Court for
April Term, 1853. June 15—lam4m I. M. COX, Clerk.
Caroline F. Catenheail 1 Stewart Superior Court,
vs. S April Term. 1853.
Thomas J. Catenhead. S Libel for Divorce.
IT appearing by the return of the Sheriff that the defendant is
not to ho lolled in the county of Stewart, it is therefore order
ed by the Court that service of this libel he perfected on the said
Thomas J. Catenhead by publication of this order in the Colum
bus Times and Sentinel’, once a month tor four months next pre
ceding the ensuing Term of this Court.
/V true extract trom the Minutes of said Court.
June 15—lam4m I. M. COX, Clerk. __
Administrator’* Sale.--Will be sold in Cuthbort,
Randolph county, on the first Tuesday in July nex*, lot of
land number one hundred and seventy nine in the fifth district
of sain county, on which are an excellent dwelling house and
other buildings, all good and new, about forty acres of fresh
opened land, -old by order of the Court of Ordinary of said
Terms of Hal*—One half pay able first of January, 1854, and
the balance first January, 1855. Notes with approved security.
May 17—wtds SANDLIN. Adin’r.
I’WO months after date application will be made so
the Court of Ordinary of Muscogee county, for leave to sell
lot of land number one hmidrcd and thirty seven in the seventh
district ot said county ; said land belonging to the estate of David
Graham, late of said county, deceased.
FERIBA L. GRAHAM, Adm’r.
June 28—w -2m
months afterdate application will be made to the
. Court of Ordinary of Muscogee county, for leaveto sell a city
lot with improvements, in the city of Columbus, in said county,
kre*\vn as lot number five hundred and twelve, containing one
halt of an cre, belonging to the estate of Janie* Baugh, late of
said county, deceased. WM. C. GRAY, Adin’r.
Two mouths after date, 1 shall apply to the
X Court of Ordinary of Randolph county for leave to sell the
lands belouuing to Mary Knighton, deceased.
May3l—w2tn JAS. LITTLE. Adm’r.
TWO month a after date, I will apply to the court ofOr
diuary of Randolph county for leave to sell the lands belong
ing to Frances Whipple, a minor.
July s—w2m ROBERT L. MITCHELL. Adm’r.
TWO months after date, application will be
made u> the Court of Ordinary ofllarris county, for leave to
the real aud personal estate of William C. Dozier, deceased.
,Uv 3 wim J. T. DO I/Eft. Adm’r.
rjYvVO months after date application will be
JL made to the Court of Ordinary of Early county, for leave to
sella part ol the laud and negroes’ belonging to the estate of Rob
ert 7 hompsvn, deceased, for the benefit ol the creditors and heirs
of the estate of said deceased* JOHN THOMPSON,
.i/av 3—w2bi wU * l wil *