THE TRI-WEEKLY TIMES AND SENTINEL.
LATER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL of TH E BTEA ME R
Baltimore, July G, 1853.
The steamship America has arrived at Halifax, with one
week’s later intelligence from Europe.
The cotton quotations are the same as those brought by
the last foreign arrival. The sales of the week are fifty
seven thousand bales.
The Forte on the lGth ult. finally refused the last ultima
turn of the Czar. The Russians had not yet crossed the
Danube, and it was believed there would be no war.
Accounts from China state that the American naval for
ces were assisting the Emperor, while the British remained
The business in Parliament is unimportant. It is the
prevailing opinion that the combined fleet would enter the
Dardanelles in consequence of Russia’s occupation of the
Dnnubian provinces ; alter which Austria will offer to me- :
diate, negotiations would commence, and the busineas would
The cotton operatives at Blackburn and Danven tl reat
cn to strike.
The crops in Ireland indicate an early harvest.
Ministerial changes are announced. A remarkable state
ment is current that the Emperor intends to submit the ques
tion of peace or war with Russia to a vote of the people.
It is also rumored that the French government received a
copy of the Russian manifesto ten days since, and, in junc
tion with England, has recommended the Porte to accede
to its terms in the form of a note, instead of a treaty. The
Moniteur contains a decree regulating the affairs of the
Bonaparte family. The Emperor assumes the sole master
ship, his consent being necessary to the marriage or divorce j
of any Bonaparte. No Bonaparte is allowed to go further j
than seventy-live leagues from home without permission ol
the Emperor. They may be punished by arrest and exile. |
The government of Frieburgh has called out the civil 1
guard in fear of an insurrection.
The Berlin Cabinet takes a neutral attitude on the Turk- I
There is excitement in Lombardy and Central Italy, in :
consequence of the Turkish dillieulty, and it is reported j
that Mazziniis again in Switzerland. Austria has a large j
camp near Varessa. It is reported that the Swiss troops in
the King’s pay will be withdrawn by order of the Republic.
A statement has been received from St. Petersburg, 14th i
of June, that no final resolution respecting the occupation
of the Danubian provinces would be taken until the refusal
of the Porte to the ultimatum shall be received. A dis-i
patch from Constantinople of the lGth says the ultimatum
has been finally rejected. It is thought the policy of Rus
sia is to exhaust the resources of Turkey by causing anirn- !
mense outlay for its defence. It is reported that the R us- 1
sians have entered Moldavia and proceeded to Bucharest, j
The Emperor reviewed the balance of the fleet at C'ronstadt j
on the 12th. Monschikotf has been named lor Governor of j
Advices from Odessa mention an advance in grain in con
sequence of large purchases for the Russian troops.
The Austrian Envoy had arrived at Constantinople, j
Earl Carlisle passed through Vienna on the 17th with defi
nite instructions to the Britisli Minister at Constantinople.
The Siecle, at Paris, reports that the Hospodais of the Da- j
nubian provinces have promised in case ofa Russian in
vasion to fall back on Turkish territory with their troops. :
The Hospodar of Wallachia promises the same. The
Porte has declined to offer service to the Polish, Hungarian,
and Italian refugees. lie wantsenly English or French offi
cers. The events at Constantinople have produced a pro
tdund sensation. The Pilgrims assembled at Mecia, and
all the native tribes anxiously await the war.
Religious fanaticism has reached Constantinople from
Later from Havana.
ARRIVAL OF THE CHEROKEE.
The steamship Cherokee. Capt. Baxter, arrived at an
early hour this morning from New York, via Havana,
having left the latter place on the 4th inst. We are in
debted to her officers for files of Havana papers of the 3d
inst., and for a copy of her list of passengers.
We find very little news in the papers before us. Tiie
Diario of the 3d inst. has a long leader on the Monroe
doctrine, in which the editor takes a fling at the people of
this country for their “ manifest destiny” principles. The
writer says, “ the Spanish nation has no Monroe doctrine
to sastaiu in any of its interpretations, nor annexation.
This venerated principle is the balance of power, which we
neither intend to violate nor see violated by others with in
difference. Spain, in a spirit of conservatism, repels the
idea ol conquest as a symbol of barbxrisni, in open contra,
diction of the spirit of the age.”
The local news of the island is without interest. The
mole or wharf at Cardenas has been completed, and is now
ready to afford much greater facilities lor the loading and
discharging of vessels at that point.— True Delta, July 9.
Speakership of the next Congress. —lon, of the
Baltimore Sun, save :
Air. Lvuu Boyd is again in nomination as aean
didate tot Congress from his district, and may or
may not be again the candidate of the Democratic
rep:esenlatives (or the iS. eakership. Kentucky, as
a Whig opposition Siae, has already an ample share
ot Executive honors and influence, w thout putting
her at the head of legislative concerns.
“THE UNION OF THE STATES AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES.’ 1
COLUMBUS, .GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1853.
Further by the America—From China.
Halifax, July 7.
Further intelligence from China, slates that Brit
ish troops had berm ordered to Shanghai to protect
British interests there. The Susqnehana was go
ing up to Nankin with the American Commission
er when she got aground near Woosung, and final
ly returned. Pirates were busy on the coast, and
j had attacked several English vessels.
At Shanghai business was suspended. The |
steamer Mississippi was expected there on April i
Nankin was captured by the rebels on the 2lst of
March. They subsequently, however, evacua'ed
the city, and were defeated outside in an engage
ment with the Imperial troops.
- - -
Mobila Ticket . —The committee appointed by the
recent democratic meeting, yesterday settled on the
following ticket for the legislature. Senate —T. B.
Bethea. House of Representatives —Percy Walker,
Isaac Bell, Jr., R. B. Owen and A. B. Meek.—Mo
• l He. Tribune , 9th.
Col. Seymour, it is said, is now tho sole j
owner of the New Orleans Bulletin, having nurcha j
sed XV. L. Hodge’s half for $22,000. S. F. Wil
son has purchased Mr. Bullitt’s quarter of the New ,
(BBT” The extensive tobacco manufactory of James
Thomas, at Richmond, Va., covering half a square, i
was destroyed by fire on Saturday night Bth inst. ;
; Loss estimated at S3O 000. Insured for $40,000.
New Orleans, July 8.
Cotton—We have had a whole week without later ad
vices from Europe—a rare occurrence at this season of the
year. This absence ol’ news has, however, had no effect on
our market, as our stock is reduced to so low a figure that
nothing but war between Great Britain and France could
make any impression on our market. The demand has
been steady, and 8,000 bales were sold up to this morning
at steadily advancing prices. The purchases have been
chiefly for Great Britain, with a small portion for Mexico.
To-day the demand was again fair, and resulted in the sale
of 1,500 bales at full prices. Ordinary Bi-(S>9, Low Mid
dling 9i(S)9?, Middling 10/S)10J-, Good Middling 11/Sillf,
Middling Fair lit® Ilf, and Fair 12.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1852 bales 10,009
Arrived since 1,655,788
Arrived to-day 372
Total 1,666,169 ■
Exported to date 1,598,076
Arrived to-day 688 1,598,761 j
Stock on hand and on shipboard, not cleared.... 67,105
Receipts at this port last year, 1,408,591 bales; exports,:
Corn —Some 13,000 sacks were sold from the levee and
from store at sG|fi)63c. lor mixed to prime white. To-day j
312 sacks mixed were sold at 58c., 650 yellow at 60c., and j
252 white and yellow at 62c. Week’s receipts, 11,087
sacks ; exports, 3,612 sacks.
Oats—4,soo sacks St. Louis were sold at 371f)39. To
day 1,100 sacks St. Louis were sold at 37i(©38e., and 400
in lots at 39c. Week’s receipts, 7,333 sacks ; exports, 257
Bacon —The demand ial Is far short of the receipts and
the heavy stock in store, and the sales of the week are con
| fined to 200 casks, the market closing heavily at 7c. for
sides, and 9c. for Shoulders. To-day 20 casks Sides were
sold at 6!c. Week’s receipts, 717 casks, 45 tierces ; ex
ports, 2 casks and 3 tierces.
Bagging and Ropf.—Transactions limited at 12i-(S)l3ic.,
Freights—Cotton to the North, ie.; Tobacco to the
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June 25—wtds JOHN WENT, Sheriff.
GEORGIA, ) Court or Ordinary,
Muscogee county, ( April Term, 1853.
RULE XI st.
A YTHE RE AS, Wiu.N. Nelson, administrator de bonis non on
Vt 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 be dismissed at the Court ofOrdihary to
be held in and tor said county on the first Monday in November
A true transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4, 1853.
Col ambus, April .12—wGm JNO. JOHNSON, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) Court of Ordinary,
Talbot county, j February Teim, 1853
RULE NI SI.
AITHEREAS, William F. Robertson applies by petition for
V 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
the September term o: this court next ensuing, then aiid there
to shew cause, it auy they have, why said letters should not he
A true extract from the minutes ofsald court, 24th Feb., 1853.
March l—9w6m MARK)N BKTHUNE, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) Court of Ordinary,
Muscogee county, ( April Term, 1853.
RULE XI St.
WHEREAS, Win. N. Nelson, administrator ou the estate of
Augustus Peabody, deceased, having applied for letters ol
dismission from said administration : It 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 county on the first Monday in November i
A kue transcript from the minutes of said court, April 4,1853.
April 12 —w6m JNO. JOIINSON, Ordinary.
I GEORGIA, ) COURT OF ORDINARY,
Stewartcouuty. April Term, 1853.
T UPON the petition of William 11. House, Executor of the last
I U Will and Testament oi rhomas House, deceased, for letters
[ of dismission from his said executorship:
It is on motion, ordered by the court that all persons concern- j
} ed, shew cause, on or before the next term of said couri, why j
1 Baid_letters should not then be granted.
A true extract from the minutes of said court, April 12,1853.
i April 19—wtim J. L. WIMBIiRLY, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ? COURT OF ORD.NARY,
Stewart comity. \ November Term, 1853.
UPON the petition of William 11. House, Executor ot the last
Will and Testament ol 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 November term of said
court, why said letters should not then be granted.
A truecxtract from the minutes of said court, April 12,1853. ;
April 19—wfni J. L, WIMBERLY, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ’ ) COURT OF OK J) IJVjIK V,
Randolph county. ? June Term, 1853.
PHI LIP OAUBEY, administrator on the estate of David Har
rell, late of said county, deceased, having petitioned this
! court for letters of dismission,
j It is ordered that all und singular the parties interested, show
: cause, if any they have, on or before the next January Term of
; this ceurt, why the petition of said administrator should not oe
granted, otherwise he will be then and there dismissed,
j Given under my hand at oliice the 25th June, 1853.
1 July s—wtim O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
(A eorgla, Randolph county.-- Whereas, Peter
V Stewart applies to ine for letters of administiatiou on the
i estate of Daniel B. Norton, late of said county, deceased,
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all and singular the I
| kindred and creditors of said deceased lobe and appear at ray
; office, within the time prescribed by law, and shew cause, if any
: they have, why said letters should not be granted,
i Given under my hand the 25th day of June.
July 5-71 U. P. BEALL. Ordinary.
GEORGIA, ) Court ok ordinary of said corn- 1
: Randolph coanty, i ty, April Term, 1853.
JAM ES W. C< >LLINB, administrator of N. Collins, late of said
county, deceased, petitions this court to grant him letters;)!’
1 dismission from his said administration, and it appearing that :
| said estate has been fully administered : Ordered that all persons 1
file their objections, if any they have, on or before the November
1 Term ofthis court next ensuing, otherwise said administrator
; wilt be then and there dismissed.
GEORGIA, ) COURT OF ORDINARY,
Randolph county, | June Tern, 1853.
! TJHILiP CAUSEY, Administrator on the estate of David Haw- I
I X ell, late of said county, deceased, having petitioned this
; court for letters of dismission. It is ordered that all persons con-
I cerned, file their objections, (if any they have.) on or before the
January term of this court next ensuing, otherwise said Admis
trator will be then and there dismissed. Given under my hand
at office the 16th day of June 1853.
June 21—w6m. O. p. BEALL, Odinary.
C Georgia, Randolph county.— Wbeteas, Samuel A.
T Grier, administrator de bonis non on the estate of John 11.
Weaver, late ol said county, deceased, has petitioned for letters ;
of dismission from said administration.
These are, therefore, to rite, admonish and require all persons j
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 liolden on the first Monday of September next, oLhcrwise’said
administrator will be then and there dismissed.
Given under my hand at office this 22d day of February, 1853
March 1 —9w6m <>. !>. i’,!', U.L. Ordinary,
(t EOIIGIA, Randolph, county.—Court of Or-
T pin ary.— Whereas, by the petition of William Hayes, ad
ministrator on the estate of Enoch Rigsby, deceased, and the
estate of Kinchen Eaircloth, deceased, it appearing to this court
that he has fully administered both of said estates, and moves the
court to grant him letters of dismission: All persons concerned in
either of said estates, ate hereby notified to make known their ’
objections, if any they have, on or belorc the October term of
this court next ensuing, otherwise said administrator will then
and there be dismissed. Giveu under my hand at office the 29ti'i
march 1853. O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
(1 corgi a. Knndoipli county. — Whereas, J-ia. Ruth-
J erford, Guardian of Benjamin and Absalom Sulky, 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
eusuiijo, otherwise said applicant will be then and taere oismis
sed. Given under my hand at office the I7th March, 1853.
March 2 O. P. BEALL. Ordinary. |
f \eorgta, Randolph county—Whereas, John Gil
bert. Guardian of Ileudley E. Hill, minor and orphan of
William E. Hill, deceased, applies to me lor dismission from
said Guardianship. All j t-rsons interested are therefore hereby
required to tile their objections, ifany they have, on or before lU-
May Term ol this Court next ensuing, otherwise said applicant
will be then and there dismissed.
Given under my hand at offi< e, the 17th March, 1853.
March 22—w6m O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
p eorgia, Randolph county— Whereas, Allen James
\.T and Sarah B atts apply to me for letters of administration on
the estate of Spyrus Butts, late of said county, deceased,
These are, therefore, t > die and admonish ail and singular the
kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my
office, within the time prescribed by law, and show cause is any
the} have, why said letters should not be granted.
Given under my baud at office, the 3rd dav of July. 1853.
i July 8 wfit -O. P. BEALL, Ordinary.
‘ / t eorgia, Early county.—WhereasTJoscpfTiurini&icy,
W administrator with the Will annex oil, upon the estate of
Sarah Griuisley, late of said county deceased, makes application
to me for letters of dismission from the further administration of
said estate. Alt persons concerned are hereby notified to be and
appear at iny 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 iny hand at office, this February tiie -24th. 1853.
March I—Qwfim 8. 8. STAFFORD. Ordinary.
(t eorgia, Talbot county— uffice of ordinary, 29th .
T March, 1853.—Whereas, J. J. Jamison, Guardian of Nathan- :
iel Wotnuiock’s orphans, petitions for letters of Dismission from !
Belt ordered. That all persons concerned, bo and appear at
the June Terui of the Court oi Ordinal y of said county, next en- :
suing, then and there to shew cause, il any they lia\e, why said !
letters should not be granted.
A true extract from the minutes of said court, April 15th, 1853
April 26—w6iu MARION BETHUNE, Ordinary.
Administrator’s Sale —v\ ili uT V'.7<F7?f CutMmrt, !
Randolph county on the first Tuesday in October next, the
j settlement ot lands on which Erasmus Gay, Esq., resided at the
time of his death, to wit: lots numbers 14o’ 14!, 149, 148 and 180 |
more or less of 147, alt adjoining in the eighth district ofsa.d j
county, on which are tolerably good log building, an excellent
gin bouse and screw. Three hundred acr s . fonen lands priiici- .
pally all fresh, well watered, and in -hurt a ven desirable place
for a farmer, hold by order of the court of ordinary of said
county. Terms, twelve months credit v.iih small notes and se
Any person wishing to purchase such a place will do well to
examine the above meulioued lauds, as each lot will be put up
separately. LEW 18 GAY, AdrnY.
John A. J. Wtathenby i Stewart Superior Court
vs. April Term, 1853.
F.liznheth Wenthersby. S Libel for Divorce.
IT appearing by the return of the Sheriff that the defendant is
not to lie found in the County of Stewart, it is therefore or-
I dered by the Court tl at service ot this tibei be perlectcd oil the
I said Elizabeth Weathersbv, by publication of this order in the
Columbus Times ami Sentinel once a month tor four months
next preceding the ensuing term of this Court.
A true extract from the A/inutes of this Court,
I June 15—latu4m I. M. COX, Clerk.
Suitan Grubbs 1 Stewart Superior Court,
vs. [ April Term, 1853.
Josinh Grubbs. \ Libel for Divorce.
If appearing by the return o the .s'neriff that the defendant is
not to be found in this county, it is therefore ordered by the
Court that service of this lil>ei be perfected on the said Josiah
Grubbs, by publication of this order in the Columbus Times and
Sentinel once a month for four months nexl preceding the ensu
ing term of this Court.
A true extract Horn the Minutes of Stewart Superior Court for
April Term, 1853. June 15— lam-lm I. M. COX, Clerk.
Caroline S. Catenliead 1 Stkwaht Superior Coi rt,
vs. f. April Term, 1853.
Thomas T. Catenliead. S I.ibel f<>r Divorce.
IT appearing by the return of the Sheriff that the defendant is
not to be found in !he county of Me wart, it is therefore order
ed by the t ourt that service of this libel l>e perfected on the said
Thomas J. Catenliead by publication of this order in the Colum
bus Times and Sentinel, once a month lor four months next pre
ceding the ensuing Term of this Court.
A truvextract tront the Minutes of said Court.
■lime 15—lam-lm I. M. COX, Clerk.
G 1 uardian’s Sale.--Under an order of the Oidinary of
T Muscogee county, will be sold on the tirst Tuesday in Sep
tember next, at ihe market house in Columbus, in said county, a
negro child named Rosa, the property of Itenry M. Jernigun,
(Idiot.) Terms cash. A.B. RAGAN, Guardian.
Columbus, July I.—wtds
r ¥''TVO months afterdate application will l o made to the
I. Court of Ordinary of Muscogee county, for leave to sell a city
lot with improvements, in the city of Columbus, in said county,
known as lot number live hundred, and twelve, containing one
halt of an sere, belonging to the estate of James Rangh. lute of
said county, deceased. \YM. C. GRAY, Adm’r.
HP WO months after date application will be made to
I the Court of Ordinary of Muscogee county, tor leave to sell
lot of land number one hundred and thirty seven in the seventh
district of said county ; said laud belonging to the estate of David
Graham, late ot said countv, deceased.
EKKIISA L. GRAHAM, Adm’r.
TWO months—after date, I will apply tothe ordinary of
1. Randolph County for h ave to sell the lands of Archibald
Peterson, deceased. JOHN PETERSON, Adm’r.
TWO months—after date, I w ill apply to the ordinary
1 e>f Randolph County for leave; to sell the lands and negroes e>f
Francis C. Powell, deceased. SKNEY J. POWELL, Adm’x.
months after date ! shall make application to the
court of Ordinary of Early county for leave to sell the lands
belonging lo the estate of Joseph C. Gray, deceased.
July s—y2m JAB. it. BROWN, AdmV.
r Uwo months afterdate, 1 shall apply to the
-1 Court of Ordinary of Randolph county for leave to sell the
lands belonging to Mary Kniehton, deceased.
May 31—w 2m J \s UTTER. AdmV.
TWO months after date, I will apply to the court of O r ‘
1 di wiry of Randolph county for leave to sell the lands belong
ing to trances Whipple, a minor.
July s—w2iii ROBERT 1.. MITCHELL, Guardian
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