THE TRI WEEKLY TIMES AND SENTINEL.
i iov. Cobb has appointed the lion. Ebenezer Starnes !
a Judge of the Supreme Court of the State, to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of the lion. Hi
The Hon. Andrew J. Millet* has been appointed by
his Excellency, Judge of the Superior Court for the
Middle Circuit, vice Judge Starnes, resigned.
These appointments are regarded by those familiar 1
with the legal attainments of the two gentlemen, very
good ones, and we believe they will be very generally
acceptable to the people.
We are pleased to learn that both gentlemen have
accepted, and will enter upon their respective duties
immediately. —Chronicle <Sf Sentinel.
The Whig party of Harris county met in the Court j
House on Monday the 4th inst., and nominated tire fob 1
lowing gentlemen, to be supported at the next October
Col. TOLIVER JONES.
Col. JAMES M. MOBLEY.
Dr. ERASTUS C. HOOD.
Opposition to the Maine Liquor Law.
We have received accounts from St. John’s, N. 8.,
to the Ist inst., which state that the Temperance Hall ;
at that place was blown up with gunpowder, and that j
great excitement prevailed in consequence of an attempt
having been made to enforce the Maine Liquor Law. j
From Central America.
Adviees from Truxillo to the 12th ult., have been re- ;
ceived. The war between Honduras and Guatemala I
has been brought to a close.
- - 1
We learn from the San Antonio Ledger that the San- j
ta Fe mail arrived there on the 9th instant, but brought i
no news from Santa Fe. The Ledger says :
We learn from Rife, thy mail conductor, that Trias has
taken possession of the Meciila Territory, which com men- i
oes about tliirtv-five miles above El Paso, on the Rio >
Grande. He swears he will not give it up without a fight, ,
although he affirms that the Americans will dagelate him !
in the event of a collision. The bad feeling which lately i
existed between the Americans and Mexicans ou this j
side, and the Mexicans on the other, lias entirely subsi* i
ded ; so much so that on the Ist or 2d ult. a fandango was !
given in El Paso, and a general invitation was extended j
to the citizens of McGotfinsvilie and Franklin, and the
country adjacent. Captain Skillman was one of the hon
Trias issued an order that an insult to any American
would be followed by instant death. ‘Trias is described
as a pleasant fellow, of strongly marked Mexican features,
with little force of character or mental eaiibro. He oc— I
easionaliy crosses the river, and becomes decidedly mellow
from the aguadiene of the McGoffinsvilleites. The people
n this side are decidedly indifferent about the Meciila af
Captain Rife says that the road* were never better or 1
the water and grass more abundant. On bis upward j
trip, while encamped at Live Oak Creek, seven miles
this side the Peeas, he was visited by a body of twenty- j
three Lipan warriors, with their chief, Guapo. They con
stituted but a relay of a considerable liody encamped some j
miles distant. They were very friendly. Both on the ;
upward and downward trip, the train met innumerable In.
dian signs, including smoke. It will be recollected that !
smoke can be descried on the prairie for twelve or thir- i
Judge Warner’s Resignation.
Greenville, July 1,1833.
Dear Sir :— ln the execution of a purpose, con- j
Lem plated for some time past, I hereby resign the j
office of Judge of the Supreme Court of Georgia, j
Always fond of my profession, the last thirty :
years of my life have been almost exclusively devoted
to it, nearly fifteen of which, have been spent in the
service of the State ; consequently, my private in
terests have been much neglected, and now abso
lutely require ir.y personal attention.
Biingwell assured that in taking this step, no .
other apology will bo required on my part, when it ;
is considered, that the public interest will suffer no i
detriment, inasmuch as my place can bo readily, and !
much belter supplied, from the distinguished mem- ;
hers of the legal profession, in our Slate.
While it his ever been mv earnest endeavor, to 1
discharge my whole official duty to the people who j
have so repeatedly entrusted me therewith ; still, the j
infi'iniaties of human nature admonish me, that it !
may have been imperfectly performed,and in Miring
from their service, it is a source of regret, that my j
ability to serve them, has not been equal to my
i-i dissolving my official relations with the people
of ts corgia that have heretofore existed, ?nd which,
most probably, will exi-t again, u..uvv me to avail
myself of the occasion through you, to express to
them my profound gratitude tor that kind indulg
ance. uniform support, and unwavering confidence,
which they have ever extended to me throughout
the entire period of my public service.
With my best wishes for the welfare and prosperity o’
the whole people of our great and growing State, in aii
that apjei - tains to their moral, social, and political condi
tion, as their public servant, 1 bid them an affectionate
farewell. Be pleased to accept the assurance of my ro
gard and esteem, while
I have the honor to be most respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
His Excellency, Howell Cobb. Milledgevilie.
Oor Trade, with Eastern Asia.
We perceive that the press generally approve
of Hon. R. J. Walker’s appointment as
Minister tp China. His views with reference
to Chinese ami Asiatic commerce, as presen
teti by him in his Treasury Report of Decem
ber, 1848, are interesting in the present junc
ture of affairs. In that Report, Mr. Walker
held the following language :
“The acquisition of our immense coasts on
the Pacific, and the introduction there of our
steamships, especially when private enterprise
shall unite the oceans by an Isthmus route,would,
as remarked in my Annual Report of Decem
ber, 1846, ‘revolutionize in our favor the com
merce of the world, and more rapidly advance
our greatness, wealth and power, than any
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.”
event which lias occurred since the adoption
of the Constitution/ The same great subject
was again referred to in mv Annual Report of
December, 1847, as ‘a new commercial era,’ re
. quiring ‘ocean steamers, in addition to sailing
; vessels,’ as connecting us ‘with China, contain
ing nearly one-third of the population of the
“Our ports upon the Gulf, with those upon
both oceans, fronting upon Europe, from the
East, anu Asia from the West, occupying the
Central position between all the Continents of !
the globe, nearer to them by all convenient
routes than any other nation, including an ea
sy access to the whole interior of our own
country, wo want only the ocean steamships,
of adequate strength, speed and numbers, to
give us the command of the trade of all nations.
Nor should we forget, that in carrying our
trade among the great and populous nations of
Asia, and facilitating intercourse with that vast
region, passing from coast to coast in the short
period of twenty days, with monthly or weekly
steamships, the light of Christianty, following j
in the path of commerce, would return with all
its blessings to the East, from whence it rose.
“In those regions, commerce must be the pre- ;
cursor of Christianity ; commerce which teach- !
es pea 3e and intercourse between nations ; j
which declares that man is not the enemy of
man, nor nation of nation, hut that the interests
of all countries and of all mankind are identical,
and that they will all advance most rapidly un
der the genial influence of unrestricted recipro
cal trade and inter?ourse. By our recent ac- J
quisitions upon the Pacific, Asia has suddenly J
become our neighbor, with a placid intervening |
ocean inviting our steamships upon the track of
a commerce greater than that of all Europe
combined. ’Phis commerce is ours, if our mer
chants and Government should by their rapid
energy secure for us with Asia a rapid and fre
quent communication by steam. Our products
and our manufactures, and especially our coarse j
cotton fabrics, are precisely what are desired by i
several hundred millions of their people, who ;
will send back in return their specie and their j
rich productions, so few of which are raised 1
within our limits.
“From our coast on the Pacific, as well as
from the Gulf and Atlantic, and the Isthmus
route, we would be much nearer the Western
coast of America, as well as Asia, than any
European power ; and with the best steamships
in adequate number, with the greater certainty
of the voyage, of the period of arrival and de
parture, and the economy of time and saving j
of interest, and with diminished cost of car- I
riage, wo would ultimately supply the Western
coast of America, as well as Asia, with our pro
ducts and manufactures, on better terms than
any European nation. We would in time re- j
ceive the productions of the East in exchange, j
not only for our own consumption, but to be j
warehoused in our ports as entrepots for the !
supply of Europe ; and so far as European fab
rics should reach Asia and the Western coast
of America, they would ultimately pass chiefly i
through our hands as factors, and in our vessels
—events which would give us the command of
the trade and specie of the world.”
Charleston, July 5.
Sales of Cotton to-day amount to 750 bales at from
8 3-4 to 11 cents. Market firm and prices full.
COLUMBUS PRICES CURRENT.
CORRECTED TRI-WEEKLY BY J. K. REDD AND CO.
BAGGlNG—Kenteky V yard S fe If.
RopK lb :> fe 10
BACON—Hams ** Ibj 13 fe 14
Sides sp* lb! 10 fe 11
Shoulders W 9 fe 10
1 PORK—Nett SPlb, fe
; BUTTER Vlb 25 fe 30 .
! CHEESE ’Fib fe
! CASTINGS Fib fe 3
! COFFEE—Rio Flo 11 fe li l%
Java V lb! 12 fe Id
i CANDLES—Sperm Fib 50 fe
Wax F lb bO
Star Fib 30 fe
Tallow Flb 18 @ ‘3O
t FEATHERS F lb! 40 fe 45 ;
FlSH—Mackerel No J Fbbli 1 00 fe 10 00
Mackerel No. 2 F bb! 13 00 fe
Mackerel No. 3 F bbl 1100 fe 000 |
Shad F bbl 18 00 fe
Herring F box 100 fe
FLOUR—Western F bbl| TOO © 8 00
Canal F bbl 750 fe 900 !
Citv sp bbl 600 fe 750 i
FODDER.... F 100 lbs 1 ‘35 @ 140
GRAIN—Corn F bushel 70 fe
Wheat F bu-liol 100 fe 1 ‘35
Oats F bushel 50 fe 60
jGL F box 2 ‘35 fe 700
GUNPOVV ER F keg 500 fe 650
HIDES F <b 8 fe 9
IRON—Swedes F ft fe 6
English F R>; 4# fe 5 ,
LARD Fto 12)*fe G j
LEAD Flb 3 fe 10
: LIME F bbl 3 50 fe 4 to
! MOLASSES F gallon 33 fe 40
: NAILS Fit 6fe 7
OlL—Lamp F gallon 150 fe 200
Linseed F gallon 100 ® 000 !
| Train F gallon 75 fe
PAINTS Fkee 200 fe 275
i PEAS F bushel 75 fe 80
RICE F & 5 @ 6 4
SYRUP—Lemon pergallun 1 ‘35 fe
Raspberry F d'z 6ld @
I SALT * F sack fe 150 \
SHOT F has 000 fe. 2 ‘35 j
SOAP Fib! 5 fe 7 j
: STEEL—Cast F tb! 20 fe 22
German Flb 15 fe
American Fib’ 10 fe
SUGAR—St. Cn>:\ Fft” —fe |
New-Orleans F ft) I 7 fe 10
Loaf, re lined rm ft, life 12^
Lump F tb- Q fe 10
SPIRITS -Brandy,Cog Fgah 1 00 fe 400
American Fgal 40 fe 1 00
Peach Fgalj I 00 fe 162
Apple, F gal 60 (a 75 i
SUM Jamaica Fgah 200 fe 3 50
New England F1 45 fe 50
i WHISKEY—Irish Fgnli 100 fe —i
MonougaheU Fa&l 100 fe 200 i
Western F gab 30 fe 10
: GlN—Holland Fgal 150 © 200 *,
American Fgal 0 ® 50 j
TALLOW F b 10 ® 00
VINEGAR— F?a! 3?# © 50
WINES — Madeira, MPgal 125 fe 400
Sherry F gat 150 fe 300
Champagne Bask 15 00 fe 20 00
Malaga Fgal'—7o fe 100
Port I 250 fe 400
Claret .....J 300 fe
GnastK. f 3 per hundred lbs. !
COLUMBUS, GEORGIA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1853.
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Encyclopaedia Americana. ;
Troutine on Railroad curves.
Owen on Forgiveness.
Venn’s Duty of Man.
Schlegel’s miscellaneous works.
Horse Shoe Robinson.
Allan’s Ritual of Masonry.
Lockhart’s Life of Scott.
Twice told tales.
Characteristics of Women.
Men of the. times.
Genius • f Scotland.
Nick of tho woods. j
Taylor’ Holy Living and Dying.
Carlyles Latter Day Pamphlets.
Louis 17th. The history of the Royal Dauphin.
Tieknor’s Spanish Literature.
Sparks’ American Biography.
Homes and Haunts of British Poets.
How to Observe.
Crabbe’s Synonvmes. |
Agnes Strickland’s Queens of Scotland.
Harper’s new miscellany.
Harper’s Family Library, IG6 vi^nmes.
Harper’s Magazine, bound in nlfciin.
Lossings Field Book of the Revolution.
Cecilia ; by Miss Burney.
Beckman’s History of Inventions.
Michelet’s French Revolution.
Count Hamilton’s Fairy Tales.
Miller’s Philosophy ot History.
Lamartine’s History of The Girondists,
Memoirs of Count Grammont and Charles 2d.
Bacon’s Essays and Historical Works.
SchlegePs Philosophy of Lite.
Sheridan’s Dramatic Works and Life.
Robert Hall’s Miscellaneous Works,
Gregory’s Evidences of the Christian Religh*
Schiller’s Revolt of the Netherlands.
Neander’s History of the planting of Christianity.
Buckeye Abroad ; by Cox.
Memories of the Great Metropolis.
Morell's Philosophy of Religion.
Machiavelli’s History of Florence and other Works.
Iloscoe’s Life of Lorenzo De Medici.
Schlegel’s Dramatic Literature.
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a OPENS the 17 ib of June, under the munsuremeia of
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CHALYBEATE, WHITE SULPHUR ,
LIME AND FREESTONE.
I have numerous certificates oi their efficacy arid cures, in many
diseases. The Rev. Prof. Mians. of Emory College, is now pre
paring an analysis. Thj waters are limpid and cool, the situation I
romantic and beautitul.
They are only three-fourths of a mile f rom the platform (used
also for Catoosa) on the Btate Road, between the Tunnel and
Ringgold. Haeks in constant attendance.
J. G. PEN IST ON.
RmgVvld, Ga.,Jane I—twstlaw
Early Sheriffs Sale.
ITTIfiL be sold on the first Tuesday >n August next, in Rlnkt*-
n ley. Early county, before the court house door within the ;
lawful hjurs, the fnllowinc property, to wit:
Lot of Laud number (257) two hundred and fifty-seven, in the j
.3th district of said county, levied on as the property of William
A. Beck, surviving co-partner of A. H. Cirrington L Cos., to sat- (
isty n ft fa in fa* or of Baker Johnson & Cos., property pointed out
June 25—wtds JOHN WEST, Sheriff.
UIiORGIA, ) Cos CRT OK ORDINARY,
JliiMCogec county, ( April Term. 1853.
HULK XI SI.
TT7U I.nLAS, Wm. V. Nelson, administrator de bonis notion
* v the estate of John Ligarin, deceased, having applied for !
letlersot dismission from said administration: It is ordered that i
til per?"! concerned shew cause, if any they have, why said
administrator should not be dismissed at the Court of Ordinary to ;
be held in and tor said county on the first Monday in N veniber i
A true transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4, 1853. 1
Columbus, April 12—w6m JNO. JOHNSON, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) Cor ut ok Ordinary,
Talbot county, i February Tetin, 1853.
RULE XI SI.
W r iIEItF. 48, William F. Robertson applies by petition lor j
letters of dismission as the administrator of Barney Wilson, j
ate of Talbot county, deceased.
Be it ordered, That all persons concerned, be and appear at
the September term of this court next ensuing, then and there
to shew cause, if any they have, why said letters slu-uld not be i
A true extract from the minutes of said court, 24th Feb., 1853. |
JMarch I—9w6m MARION BKTHUNE. Ordinary.
GEORGIA , 1 Court of Ordinary,
Muscogee county, i April Term, 1853.
RULE XI SI.
WHEREAS, Win. N. Nelson,administrator on the estate of
Augustus Peabody, deceased, having applied for letters of
Jismission from said administration : It is ordered that all per
mits concerned, shew cause, if any they have, why -vM admin
istrator should not be dismissed ai the Court r n rdu ;iy to i>
held in and for said county on the first Momu ;. in November
A true transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4,1853.
April 12—w6m JNO. JOHN dinarv.
GEORGIA, ) Court ok ordinary, op said coun-
Randolpli county, j ty, April Term, 1853.
TOHN T. McLEN DON, Guardian of Simeon P. Turner, peti
tions this court for letters of dismission from his said guar
dianship: 1 trdered that all persons having objections rile them on
or before the July Term of this court next ensuing, otnerwise said
letters will be then and there granted.
April 12—w3m O, P. BEALL, Ordinary.
G< corgla, Kandolnli caunty.— Whereas, Simon
T Wooten applies to mo for letters of Guardianship for the
person and property of Samuel Thompson, orphan and minor of
Samuel Thompso t, late of said county, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the
parties interested, to tie and appearat the next July term of the :
Court of Ordinary of said county, and make known their objec- !
tjons, if any they have, otherwise letters will then and there be i
granted. Given under my hand at office, 25th day of May, 1853.
May 31—w7l • >. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
Gl eorgla, Kaiicloljpli county,—Whereas, Cullen W
T Alexander applies to me for letters of administration on the
estate of Hansel! .'/orris, Jale oi said county, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at rny j
office w'thin the time prescribed by law, to shew cause, if any i
they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under j
tny hand at office the 25t h day of Mav, 1853.
My 31—w7t_ O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
GBORGI A , ) COURT OF ORDINARY,
Ste *vart county, i April Term, 1853.
UPON thepetition ol William 11. House, Executor of the last
Will ana Testament of Thomas House, deceased, for letters ;
of dismission from his said executorship:
It. is on motion, ordered by the court t hat all persons concern- i
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—worn J. L. WIMBKRLy, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) COURT OF ORD. NARY,
Stewart county, j November Term, 1853.
UPON the petition of William H. House, Executor ot the last ]
Will ana Testament ol Thomas House, deceased, ior letters
of dismission from his said executorship.
It is on motion, ordered by the court that all persons concern- I
ed, shew cause, on or before the next November terra of said j
court, why said letters 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, r ) COURT OF ORDIXjJRV,
Randolph county, j June Term, 1853.
PHILIP CAUSEY’, administrator on the estate of David Har- j
veil, late of said county, deceased, having petitioned this
court for letters of dismission,
It is ordered that all end singular the parties interested, show •
cause, if any they have, on or before the next January Term of
this court, why the petition of said administrator should not be ;
granted, otherwise he w iil be then and there dismissed.
Given under my hand at office the 25th June, 1853.
July s—w6m O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
(3 corgi a, Raudolph county—Whereas, Peter
JT Stewart applies to me lor letters of administration on the .
estate of Daniel R. Norton, late of said county,deceased,
These are, therefore, 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 mv hand the 25th day of June.
July 5-71 _* Q. P. BEALL, Ordinary. ;
GEORGIA, ) Court ok ordinary ok said cocn-
Rnndolpli county, i ty, April Term, 1853.
T AMES W. COLLINS, administrator of N. Collins, late of said
county, deceased, petitions this court to grant him letters of
dismission from 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 ofthi* court next ensuing, otherwise said administrator ■
w ill be then and there dismissed.
April 12—w6m O. P, BEALL. Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) COURT OF ORDINARY,
Randolph county, j June Term, 1853.
PIILIP CAUSEY, Administrator on the estate of David Haw
ell, late of said county, deceased, having petitioned this •
court for letters of dismission. It is ordered that ail persons con- j
cert.ed, file their objections, (if any they have,) on or before the .
.January term of this court next ensuing, otherwise said Admis
trator will he then and there dismissed. Giv'en tinder my hand
at office the 16th day of June 1853.
J>:ne2l—w6m. O. P. BEALL, Odinary.
(3 eorgla, Randolph co unty.—Wheteas, Samuel A.
T Grier, administrator de bonis non on the estate of John H.
Weaver, late ol said comfy, deceased, has petitioned for letters
of dismission from said administration.
Tiiese are, therefore, to ;ite,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 hoiden on the first Monday of September : ext, otherwise said
administrator will be then and there dismissed.
Given under my hand at office this 22d day of February, 1853
March!—9w6m O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
(3EORGIA, Randolpli county.— Court of Or-
T dinap.y.— Whereas, by thepetition of William Hayes, ad
ministrator on the estate of Enoch Rigs'” dee,- ed. and the
estate of Kim-hen Faircloth, deceased, it a; ering to t iscour’
that be has fully administered both of said estate.- ami movt-sU
| court to griint 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 this court 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.
(3 eorgla. Randolph county —Wm reas, Jas. RutL-
T ertord. Guardian of Benjamin ci and Absalom t*utle.v, applies
to me for dismission fr->;?t his said Guardianship. All persons
interested are. therefore, hereby required to tiie their objections. :
if any they have, on or before the May (srm of this court next
ensuing, otherwise said applicant will be then and tacre dismis
sed. Given under my hand at office the I7f h March, 1853.
March 22—wGm O. P. BEALL. Ordinary.
• v eorgla, Randolph county— Whereas, John till
Vi bert. Guardian of Headley E. Hill, minor and orphan ol
1 William E. Hill, deceased, applies to me for dismission from
j said Guardianship. A!1 j ersons interested are thejefore hereby
required to file their objections, if any they have, on or before the
j May Term of this Court next ensuing, otherwise said applicant
w ill be then arrl there dismissed.
Given under my hand at office, the 17th March, 1e53.
March 22—wfitn O. P. BEALL, firdinary.
TWO months after date application will be
made to the Court of Ordinary of Early county, for leave to
i seila part ol the land and negroes belonging to the estate of Rob
ert 1 homps in, deceased, for the benefit ot the creditors and heirs
! of the estate of said deceased. JOHN THOMPSON,
.Way 3—w2m Adm’r. with will annexed. !
TWO mouths afterdate application will be made to the I
Court of Ordinary of M scogee county, for leave to sell a city
iot with improvements, in the city of Columbus, in said county,
known as lot number fixe hundred and twelve, containing one
half of an acre, belonging to the estate of James Baugh, late of
said county, d-ceased. WM. C. GRAY, Adm’r.
C3 eorgla, Early county.— Whereas.Joseph Grimsley,
T administrator with the Will annexed, upon the estate of
Sarah Grimsley, late of said county deceased, makes application
i to mo for letters of dismission from the further administration of
raid estate. All persons concerned are hereby notified to he and
appearat tny office, within the time prescribed bv law, and
j shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be
I granted said applicant.
Given under mv hand at office, this February the 24th. 1853.
March f—9w6m 8. 8. STAFFORD. Ordinary.
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eorgla, Talbot county.—Office of Ordinary, 29tb
V 1 March, 1853.—Whereas, J. J. Jamison, Guardian of Nathan
| iel Wonamock’sorphaus, petition- 1 for letters of Dismission from
Be it ordered, l iiat all persons concerned, be and appear at
the June Term ofthe Court of Ordinary of said county, next en
suing, then and there to shew onuse, it any they hfrve, why said
letters should not be granted.
A true extract lroin the minutes of said court, April 15th, 1853
April 2ti-w6ra MARION PKTHUNE, Ordinary.
4 tlminlstratov's Sale—Will be sold in Cuthbart,
r\ Randolph county on the first Tuesday iti October next, the
settlemeut ot hinds on wit ch Erasmus Gay, Fsq.. resided at the
time of his death, to wit: lots numbers 149,541. ! 19, 148 and 180
more or less of 147, all adjoining in ihe eif -ti istriet ot said
county, oil which are tolerably good log bu .5 ~ an excellent
gin house and screw. Three hundred acres of noen lands princi
pally all fresh, well watered, and in -hort a very desirable place
for a tanner. Sold by order of the* court of ordinary of said
county. Terms, twelve months credit with small notes and se
Any person wishing to pttrchasesuch a place will do well to
examine toe above mentioned lands, as each lot will he put up
separately. LEWIS GAY, AdiuT.
John A. J. AVcal hcrby 1 Stew art Scpkrior Court
v*. [ April Term, 1853.
Elizabeth Weafliersby. y Libel for Divorce.
IT 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 by the Court tl at service of this libel be pertected on the
said Elizabeth Weathersbv, by publication of this order in the
Columbus Times and Sentinel once a month tor four months
next preceding the ensuing term of this Court.
A true extract from the .1/inutes of this Court.
Jut e 55 lem4m I. M. COX, Clerk.
I Misaa Grubbs ) Stkwart Superior Court,
vs. [ April Term. 1853.
I Josinh Grubbs. > Libel for Divorce.
It’ appesring by the return o the vneriff that the defendant is
not to be found in this county, it ifi therefore ordered by tho
Court that service of this libel be perfected on the said Joslah
Grubbs, by publication of this order in the Columbus Times and
Sentinel once a month for four months next preceding the ensu
ing term of this Court.
A true extract from the Minutes of Stewart Superior Court for
April Term, 1853. June 15—lam4m I. M. COX, Clerk.
Caroline S. Cateiiliead 1 Stewart .Superior Court,
vm. ■ April Term, 1853.
Tbomas J. Catenliead. S Libel for Divorce.
IT appearing by the return of the Sheriff that the defendant is
not to be found in the county of Mewart, it is therefore order
ed by the Court that service of this libel be perfected on the said
Thomas J. Catenhead by publication of this order in the Colum
bus ’l imes and Sentinel, once a month for four months next pre
ceding the ensuing Term of this Court.
A true extract trom the Minutes of said Court.
June 15— lam4m I. M. COX, Clerk.
I TWO months after date I shall make application to Ihe
court of Ordinary of Early county for leave to sell the lands
belonging to the estate of Joseph C. Gray, deceased.
July s—w2m J As! B. BROWN, AdmV.
rrWO months after date application will be made to
I Ihe Court of Ordinary of Muscogee county, for leave to sell
lot oflaud number one hnndrcd and thirty seven in the seventh
district of said county ; said land belonging to the estate of David
Graham, late ol said couniv, deceased.
IF 818 A L. GRAHAM, Adm’r.
tUwo months afterdate, 1 shall apply tothe
A Court of Ordinary of Randolph county for leave to sell the
lands belonging to Mr.rv Knighton, deceased.
May3l—wv!m _ JAS. LITTLE. Adm’r.
TIVO months after date. I will apply to the court of O r *
dinary of Randolph county for leave to sell the lands belong”
ingto Frances Whipple, a minor.
July s—w2m _ ROBERT L. MITCHELL, Guardian
TWO months utter date, application trill be
made to the Court of Ordinary or Harris county, for leave to
si?!! the real arid personal estate oi’ William C. Dozier, deceased.
.May 3—w2m 4. T. DO|z ER, Adm’r.
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