i O’NEILL M’F’C COMPANY, \
Telephone 76. :
Notice to Public School Teachers.
The following will be the manner hi
which the teachers will be paid fur the
Van’s Valley, Barker’s, Chulio and
Howell’s on December 20: Cave Spring,
Foster’s Mill and Livingston on Decem
ber 21; North Carolina, Flat woods, Texas
Valley and Floyd Springs on December
22; Everett Springs, Watters, Etowah
and other districts on December 23 and
Borne district on December 24.
12 9-dlt-w2t W. M. Bmdges, C. S. C.
Governor Gltgeld issued two requisi
tions, yesterday for the extiadition of
prisoners wanted in Chicago.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When shf had Children, she gave them Castoria
A man who was converted at a reviva
in West Virgina
fire to a barn and
rfeICET EISTN E W GOODS
AT LLOYD’S FAIR.
Seedless Raisins, new, 10c lb.
Best Citron only 25c lb.
Currants, recleaned, 10c.
i Loose Raisins, only 10c lb.
I Fancy Raisins 15c to 20c.
k Finest new crop Nuts 20b.
■ All our goods are J’The Best
Bnlv ” from Thurber Whyland, and
■her first-class houses in New York.
x-' - • 'if & almost
as the old
WlamSh’macliWis. Wilf. P. Pond.
“Peck’s Bad Boy”
Served to draw to the grand opera
house last evening, one of the largest au
diences ever gathered there. The large
audience laughed uproariously for two
hours and-a-half. The company is an
exceedingly versatile one.—Brooklyn
At Nevin’s Wednesday, December 13.
Should be advertised in the
Tribune’s holiday edition to
be issued next Tuesday.
Papers will be sent to 10,000
tax payers in six or eight
counties. Several pages al
ready sold. Come early tor
We have one invention in this country
which the slower nations of Europe have
not devised. That is the railway wreck
ing car. The reason it is not in use in
Europe is that there is no need of it.
They do not have railroad wrecks there
often enough to warrant its construc
tion. It would simply rust out. But in
America it will wear out before it rusts.
Railway companies do not like to have
the passengers on the train next follow
ing a wreck see the ghastly remains of
it, so they endeavor to hustle tne old
iron and splintered wood’out of sight as
quickly as possible. Tj® wood is set fire
to; the iron is carried <fff. The wrecking
car is a powerful piece of machinery. By
means of a crane and derrick it can pick
up a load of 40,000 pounds 24 feet ahead
and swing it off the track. The truck at
t?B*?ront end, on which the crane rests,
will sustain a load of 90,000 pounds.
The American who has served longest
in congress is Senator Justin Morrill of
Vermont. He entered the house of rep
resentatives 39 years ago and has been
in continuous service in the house and
senate ever since. Senator Dawes, be
fore his retirement a year ago, had been
in congress 36 years—lß in the house and
18 in the senate.
A learned scientist has been writing a
fine essay on "Man and the Age of Rea-
Ion.” Have men reached the age of rea
THE ROME TRIUUNE, SATURDAY MOHMNG. DECEMBER 9. 1893,
THIS AND THAT.
A. f. T. will please come and get an
swers to his ad.
No services at the Catholic church to
morrow. N. J. Clifford.
A New York custom tailoring house,
doing an agency business exclusive, and
offering the best paying line in the mar
ket, desires to secure an agent, who can
furnish a bond, to handle their line in
the cty of Rome. For further particu
lars addres. S. J. B. 633 Brod way, New
York City. 12 9-eod-2t
Wanted—To trade a good house and
lot in Rome, centrally located,for a small
improved farm of 40 or 50acres Nothing
but good land wantod. Address A. T. T.,
L Don’t fail to see the sterling sllve
Novelties at the Johnson Jewelery Com-
Kny. 12 5 3'.
Wright for good stenog
with Judge Meye -
house, up stairs.
W»rnr room cottage to rent on Avenu
ward. Apply to J. S. May,
Second avenue. 11-17-lm.
■geMur my entire stock of boots and
■Hnßat cost. I have to raise money
sell now. This is your best
bargains offered in Rome for
for some time.
R - T- CoNNALLT >
216 Broad street Rome Ga.
masked men who brutally tor
.l robb ’d °'d Mrs. Logan at
Pa., were sentenced to an ag
", ’ ■y-niiio years in the peniten-
MMJ^pin ilia, the king of medicines
. % catarrh, and all
Hood’s and only Hood’s.
to see the Johnson
jWMBwMyo’ B novelties in
spe p3i a, I:? -
jR&HNNK&A.'i A D :-a- Ij. L-r .
niu’hr, and kept 'lie
u■«' roar of 1- u 'brer.
£ •*' Mu red a 11®.•ss. B,i!ti-
15 I’-mbcr 111.
I ■ e ’’ •■ ■ u ’■*
■ v >'■
r *• * > ( • hll ,
s - ill r> ‘' v ». i‘ l ••ih w. ■-1
that lies of the road rrnnn g
through said Jot, also ifiac part of lot No 182 de
scribed aft fellows: Beginning at a t errain *a
nut bush or e>take runniLg no* h 44 roas t > El
lie line thencu east io th* 1. T. V <fc G. rail
road 22 ruds, thence south u. wn said railroad
44 rods- the «ce west to the >ng poii t
Also 13% acres of lai d more or less, b< unu d as
follows: Be. inning at the southea t corner of
lot No. I'9, 24ih district. 3rd section, Ho\d
county, Georgia, thence west 24 30-10 ) char s to
a make, thence north 19U, east 6 v 5 10.) chans
to a ► take thenc* east 2 85 100 chains to the
original east line; thence south to the
beginning point, for the purpose of securii £the
payment of lour certain promissory notes, all
of even date, each for the num ot §136.) 5, and
aggregating the sum of $ 84.2«>made by the said
W. C. Gi e* on the 17th day of March, 1893, and
payable to Baid Jnn M Vandner or ordei.the
flr-t dm Nov. 1, 1893. the second due Nov. 1
1*94, the third due November 1, 1595.
and the fourih and la t due Nov. 1. 1896,
after date, with interest at the ra*e ot 7 per cent
per annum from the date of each of said notes;
and it further appearing that said W. C. Giles
fails and refuses to pay the first of sa 4 d no.et
for the sum us $136 05, with the interest due
It is therefore ordered and decreed by the
court that the said W. U. Giles pay into thir
court on or before the next term thereof the
principal and interest dm on the first of said
notes and the cos-ts of this suit or in default
thereof the court will proceed to such or
der and d cree lor the tale of said property as
to it shall seem equitable and just, and it is fur
ther ordered tha r ihis rule be published in The
Home Tribune, a newspaper published in the
county of Floyd, once a month for 4 months, or
served on the said W. C. Giles, or bis specie'
agent or attorney, three months previous to the
next term of this court. This Nov. 11th, 1893.
W. M. HENRY, J. S. C , R. C.
W. W. Vandiver, Petitioner’s Attorney.
A true copy from min te- of F oyd Superior
Court No. 27, page 5j2. This Nov 13. 1893.
WM. E. BKYSIEGFL.
Clerk Superior Court Floyd Co., Ga.
11-15 1-m 4m.
GEORGIA, Floyd County.
PURSUANT TO AN ORDER OF THE COURT
of Ordinary of said county, «iil be sold at
auction at the court house do >r of said count,,
on the first Tuetda- in December next. wttbi .
tbe legal hours ot sale the following real estate
towit: Ail of those tw > tracts of land In the
22nd district and 3rd section < f said county, on.-
tract consisting of whole lots Nos. 135, IM, 11
and 190 of ISO acres each, and 60 acres off ti e
south side of lot No. 134, and 60 acr-soff th
south side lot No If 3, both said parts of lola
cut < ff by a straight line running east and we.t;
the other tract known as the Abe Atkins p sc ,
consists of 60 acres cut off he south part of h t
No. 99, and 40 acre, in the southwest c uner of
lot No. 118, the two last named portions of 1 is
Ivlng together and bounded on the north by Up
lands of W. A. Chafin, Ji’es Kyle, and Meyer
hairtt land, east by W. A. Chitin.south by W, A.
Chafin and Lemaster and wese by D j
cr<.ek. All of said real estate so das the prop
erty of the estate of W. C. Howell, late of sai 1
county, deceased. Terms cash.
C. H. HOWELL. Alni’x.
J. S. HOWELL, Auni’r.
For Fence or Stock Law.
GEORGIA, Floyd County.
Notice is hereby given that an election will
be held at the Court Grout din the, 924 h (Bar
ker’e) District, <4. M. said county, on tbe 2’th
dav of December, 1893, in which tbe qitestio
will be submitted to lhaqual find voters of ear
Kistncc. ‘ For Fence” or •‘.'took Caw " as l y
law provided. Petition having been filed an
notice given as required by law
Given under my hand and ■ fliclal signature
this 4th day of Dece-über. 1893.
JOHN P DIVtS,
12-T-d-w 20d Ordinary Floyd County.
VIOLA CREAM ft®
Removes Freckles, Pimplee, C r J
Liver • Moles, Blackheads, V-*
Sunburn and Tan, and re- \
stores the skin to its origi
nal freshness, producing
clear and healthy com
plexioa. Superior to all '
prepiratiouß and ,perfectly harmless. At all
druggists, or mailed for 50cts. Send for Circular.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP G limply inwmjwwMe m a
■Mn purifying Soap, imequaled for thn toilet, and without a
rival Bn lie nunary. Ahaohitely jsiro rad delicately Dedi
cated. Av dragging Price 25 Cents.
G. C. BITTNER & CO., Toledo, O.
1* jez * Mi. i -Innes’ Bugcy, we have got them.
If you want a Columbae.. Buggy, we have got
If you want a.Clncinnatl Buggy, we have got
In fact we have got anything'you want In the
Carriage, Buggy, Wagon and Road Cart line, all
styles and prices, from a $55 Top Buggy to i
,500 Carriage. We have marked our work down
to rock bottom prices, lower than they have ever
been sold before. If you contemplate buying t
Carriage, Buggy, Wagon or Road Cart this fall
give us a call, and vt e will guarantee that we wil
sell you as cheap, If not cheaper, than yon can
buy anywhere else of same quality. We guaran
tee every piece of work we sell. Besides our own
make of one and two-horse wagons, we sell thr
Jackson wagon,.which has a national reputation
L H. Jous: It Sou M’a’f Ca.
406, 4OB.and 410 Broad Street,
OMB, - - • GEORGIA.
GEORGIA, Floyd County. ,
To a 1 whom it may concern: Samuel Funk
houser, having, in proper form, applied to me
for permanent Letters of Administration de
bonis non. on the estate of James G. Dailey,
late of Slid county, this is to cite all and singu
lar the creditorsand next of kin of Jau e* G.
Dailey to be and appear at diy office within the
time .flowed by law, and show cause,if any they
can, why permanent Administration should not
be granted to Samuel Funkh .user on James G.
w itness my hand and official signature, this
Sth day of Novemoer 1893.
oaw4w JOHN P. DAVIS, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Floyd County.
To all whom it may concern: Samuel Funk
hl user, having, in proper form, applied to me
for permanent Letters of Administration de
bent, non with the will annexed, on the estate of
Sira 8. A. Dailey, laie of said c unty this 1 to
cte a'l "nd singular the creditors and next oi
kin of Mrs. S. A Dalles to b- and ap,ear at my
office within the time allowed by 1 w, and show
cau-e. if an> they an. why p-imaneut dmln
istraiion thould not I e eianted to rsamuel Fui k
h< user bn Mrs. S A Dailej’s estate.
Witness my hand and official signature, this
Bth d-y of Novemb r 18C3
oaw4w JOHN P. DAVIS, Ordinary.
*>d Superior court,
! September Teim, 1893.
it aopearing to 'h-court by th“ return of the
sheriff In the above stated Caß“, that tbe defend
ants do not reside in said county, aod it fui ther
appetrlng that th-y do not r side in tl is state
anti that, it is n- cessa-y to perfect service on
s»iil di f- udaut by publication, it is hen by or
dered ihut service on sal t » efer dante be per
fected by i üblicatlon in the K me Tribune twice
a month for two months.
!■ ov. 15. 1 93. W. M. HENRY,
11 J. S. C. R. C.
GEORGIA—FIoyd County: •
G. W. Witcher > ‘ Petition for reforma
ts [ tion and par ition in
Mrs M. F. Caldwell, ) Floyd superior Court.
Lenora Rainwater. I September Term, 1893.
Mailha Ellen l aldwell, v
Wm. Albert Caidwell )
To the def. ndan sin the above stated ca®e:
You a:e. hereby notified and commanded to bo
and appear at rhe next term of the Superb r
court robe held in and fur said county of Flo d
on tbe fourih Mom ay in March, 18e4. then and
there to answer the plaintiff’s petition fol r< f
• innation ano partiti'n. Asin default thereof
said court will p oceed > s to justice shall apper
tain. Witness the Honorable W. M. Henry,
fudge of said Court, this November 15.1893
WM E. BEYSIbGEL,
Clk S. C. F. C. Ga.
To all whom it may concern: Notice is hereby
given, that the appraisers appointed to set apart
and assign a year’s support t > Mrs. F. R. Vai
• mine, the wid. w and minor child of A. R Val
entine, deceased hava filed their award, and un
less good and sufficient cause is shown,the sa e
will be made th judgment of the court a'ihe
January term. 18»4 of the court of ordinary.
This December 4,1893. JOHN P. D4VI3.
12 6w4w Ordinary.
Letters of Administratio’u
GEORGIA, Floyd County.
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Jane
L Lendium having in proper form applied to
me for permanent letters ofauministration on the
estate of Henjamin Landrum, late of said coun
ty This is to cite all and singular th« creditors
and next of kin of Benjamin Landrum tube and
appear at my office within the tine allowed by
law. and show cause if any they can. why per
manent administration should not be granted
to Mrs Landrum on B- njamin Landrum's estate.
Witness my hand and official signature, this 6tb
day of November, 1893. JOHN P. DAVIS,
Central R, R. & Banking Co. of Ga
H. M. COMER and P. J.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 19, 1893,
Tbain No. 4.
Lv Chat’anooga 4 00 pm
Lv.Rome 7 13 pm
gv Cedartown 8 CO pm
Tbain No. 2.
Lv. Cedartown 5 10 am
Ar Griffin 8 55 am
Ar Macon 1’ 00 am
Ar Savannah 6 20 pm
Tbain No. 1.
Lv Savannah 8 4' pm
Lv Macon 4 25 am
Lv Griffin 5 85 pm
Ar Cedartown 6 24 pm
■ Tbain No. 3.
Lv Cedartown 6 20 am
Lv Rome 7 08 am
\r Chattanooga ..10 25 am
Parties wishing to spend the day in Chatta
nooga, should taqe the Centrol rai'road train at
7.t'B am. re un lug at 713 pm Iraln to and
from Griffin lays over all night st Cedartown.
W. F. SHELL »lAv, Traffic Mog.
J ti. HAILK, Gen. Paes. Agt.
A. B. WEBB, T. P A. Sav.nnah. Ga.
D. G HALL, Lily P. and T. Agt .Avanta, Ga.
C. 8. PBUDCN, W. E. HUFF
Gen. Agt. T. A., Rams, Ga
Sheriff’s Sales for January, 18! 4,
GEORGIA. Floyd Count* . <
* ill be sold be tore the court house door in
the city of Rome. Floyd countv, Ga.. between
tne lesal hours of sale on the first Tuesday in
January. 1891. the following described prop
erty to wit:
<>n all that tract or pare*! of 1 nd situated,
lying and bJng in Floyd county. Ga , being a
part of land I*»t No. 3t5 in the 23rd district and
3rd section of Floyd county, and more particu
larly de cribed as being lot r-o. 1, accoidingto
map or plot of said lands, this bring of
Lumpkin's addition to hast Rome, record dm
“N. N.” of oeeds, pagei3Bu and 381. said lot be
ginning at a corner of Ea»-t and Howard Ave
nue, running along -Howard Avenue south
eai-t 61 feet. and running along
East Avenue 235 feet to Hi 1 street. Levied ou
by virtue of two fl. fa-, issued from the Floyd
J slice court of the 919th district G. M., one in
fav<«r of J B Porter & Son vs W 11 Howdl and
Emma Ho*ell, the other in favor.of J N
Ch-neyva Mrs Emma Howel and W H Howell
and sold subject to a mortgage given by Mi'S
Emma Howell to atla* Saving-* & Ixian Asso
ciation for S2OO, dated th- 18th day of February,
1893. and recoded in book ‘ UL™ of dee< s and
due 5 years after date as the property ot the de
Alsu at the same time and place, all that tract
or parcel of land Ivtng in Floyd county, Ga.,
just beyond the limits of the town ot East Rome,
knovnand distinguished as lot r*o. twenty-four
(24) according to the map of the Hicks survey of
the Co ley farm; ss id map being of record in
book ‘ X” page 66 in the clerk’s office. Levied
on by virtue of afi. fa. issued from ihe Floyd
Superior court in favor of John N Kiker vs D C
Campbell, as the proi erty of the defendant
Also at the same time and place, that tract of
land lying and being in the 23rd district ar d 3rd
section of Flvyd county. Ga., and being a part
of land lot No 346, described as follows • bey in
ning at a point in Ayer’s Mill road 300 feet from
the center of Dean street, thence
running southwesterly 1384 feet to a
point, thence east 758 feet to a
stake, thence northeasterly 1121 feet to the cen
ter of said Ayer’s Mill road opposite a s’ake set
upon the edge of said road bi J G Barnwell, sur
veyor, < pence along said road 10 chains to the
beginning point, containing 18% acres more or
less, and being known as part oi lot • E’’ in plat
of survey made by said Bainwell, said lot “E”
<•t said Barnwell tun ey, original'y containing
28% acres, and being the tract oi land conveyed
by deed on the 19m of Ma-ch, 18H7, fr -m w E
Glauton to J D Gwaltney and recorded in book
•*J J,” page 675, of deeds of said cou» ty of Flo>d
with all ’he rights, members and appurtenances
in anywise appei tail,ing. Levied on by virtue
of a mortgage fl ;a issued from Floyd superior
court in fav >r of W W Brooks vs J D Gwaltney
as the property of the defendant.
Abo at the tame time and place, an undivided
two sixths interest in 283 acres of land in the
4th district and 4th see n n us Floyd co nty, Ga..
same being pans of land lots Nos 16, >147. 178.
179 and R 3 and known as the W K Vann home
place, a plat and survey wber of as made by J II
R. ynoldf, county surveyor, being of record in
the clerk’s < slice of Floyd superior court in b i ok
“A” of hom*hteads. page 326, said undivided
two-sixths inteii st b* ii g levi- d on a’ the prop
erty of the defendants. J D Vai n and M A Vann,
an undivided one six h intere-t |bdunging to
each of said defend mt a and tho said ML a Vann
residing on sain levied property. Levied on by
a viriue of aft fa issued Horn Floyd superior
court in favor of 8 1* smith vs J D Vann «»nd
Mrs. M A Vann, as the property of the defend
Also at the same time and place lots Nos 1
and 2 in the town of North Rome, Ga., formerly
Fore stville, near Rome, Ga., containing one-half
acie each more or less, accoiding to the survey
of said tewn bounded on the north bv the
Kingston road or avenue, on the east bv Cham
bers street, on the south by lot No 3. on the west
by property owned bt the M Dwinell est te,
also the South halt of lot No 230, in the 23rd dis
trict and 3rd section of Fl**yd county, Ga ex
cept 15 acres in’he northeast corner of said half
of said lot. the 1 *t coutMinifig 180 acres, more < r
less Also lot 146 known as the Parton lot, in
North Rome, bounued on the north* ast by
chuich street, on the southeast by school hou-e
lot, and containing one-half acre, more or less,
also on the w st half oi lot No 163 in No« th
Home, fronting on Kingston street. h 2% feet,
running due South 210 feet and bounded on the
west bt another street Levied on oy virtue of
a fl fa issued from the Floyd city c ur. in f Vur
of E P Tread .way vs W J Hall as the property
us the deiei daat.
Also at the same lime and place, one black
horse mule abo» t five years old. about sixteen
hands high, named Bill. b« ught of Bro . &
Go. Levied on by vi tue ot a mortgage fl fa is
sued f < m ’h • Floyd c»t\ court in favoi of Bass
Hr- s <S Go vs T Mize ot the
AJso the (1
a vr. -.inu.i
teen acres, moie 'Deining f rtv
aces, more or legs. N“TO2, c-ntainiog thirty
acres, more or 'e-ts No 463, conta’uing ihir een
acres, more or less. a r d No 3.-3. containing forty
acres, m«»re or less in alt c nt-iin’ng one hun
dred a< d forty acr-s, more or lehs and all lying
in the 16 h di tdet and 4 h section «»f Flovd
county, Ga. Levi* d ou bv virtue oi a mortgage
fl fa is urd from the Fh yd eu erb r cour in fa
vor of J H Wborron ’8 agent vs Je-si Mannas
agent, as the property of me deftnciant
Also at tne same tiin« and place, that tract of
land bituaied. hing d being in r he <3rd dis
trict and : r<l section of Fioyac »un'.y. Ga . and
being part of lot No z()« fronting on Hoss a tree
11’4 i>et and 2 inches and ruining bek same
width 412 feet and 6 inches to J II Keece’s laud;
bounded on the north by Sba irock Floyd, on
the south by < ne Lay, and being the balance of
said lot deeded bv S A Harris to sat'i Lay a* d
Pei kins on thel’h day ot January, 1890. Levied
ou by virtue of a fl fa issued fro >’he Floyd
justice court of the 9i9th district GM,infav«.r
us W P McLeod vs Thornton Pe kins, as rhe
i roper* yof the defend mt. Levy made by W M
Also at rhe same time and place, one undi
vided one-half interest in that portion of lor No
4 in the village ot Timbuct«>o, near Forestville,
being a part of lot of land No 238, in the 23ru
district and 3rd section of Floyd county, Ga.
Bounded on thenortaby the Calboun road, on
the east by Anderson Miller’s lot No 6. on the
south by lot No 4, ow ned i»y Jeff * right, and on
the west by lot No 3, also owned by Jeff Wright.
Levied on bv virtue of a fl la issued irom the
Floyd ju-tice court of the 9U>th district, G M, in
favor of W H Coker Cfc Co vs Lewis Thurman, as
the property of the defendant
Also at the same time and place, on all that
tract and parcel of land lying and being in West
Rome, Floyd county, Ga , and known as lot No
283 in plat of V' est Rome by the West Rome
Land Co. Levied on by virtue of all fa issued
from the Floyd j istice court of the 9l9tn dis
trict, g M in favor of Win Dougherty & Co vs
Henry L Earp, and Mrs Heu«y L Earp as the
property oi the defendant. Levy made by H
Beard, L C.
Also at the same time and place, one four
horse power €ngin« mounted on sills, made bv
Flick & Co and known as an Eclipse engine:
also 1 40 saw cotton gin,No— gin feeder, No- all
fortv saw and made by Gullett Gin Co; also one
No 14 Dixie cotton fan with suction pipe, n etai
elbows and wooden attachments of every kiud;
also one iron pullev 18x10 inc ties, one iron
pulley 36x8 ircheß* Levied on by virtue of a
mortgage fl fa Issued from the Floy d city court
in favor of Gen M Batt y vs Wa B Formbyjas
the proi erty of tie defendant.
Also at the same time and place, one black
hor-e mule named Henry, h vied on by virtue of
a mortgage fl fa issued from the Floyd city
court in favor of Bass Bros «& Co vs Guo Hine
man, as the property of tbo defendant,
Also at the same time and place ail that tract
or parcel of land situated, lying and being in
the county of F.loyd and state of Georgia and
Described as lot No 9 in block ‘ B” of the Flow
ers addition to Forestville, according to a map
ot Said addition, said lot fr< ntiug on Orchard
street 50 feet and running back to Sheibley Bt.,
on the south line 117 feet, and on the north side
*r line 130; said lui bei gapart of the Aymck
place and formerly ki own a* a part of Timbuc
too. Said p operty point* d cut by pla miff’s
attorneys, Levied on by virtue of afl fa issued
from the Flo'd justice court of the9l9th dis
trict, G M, in favor of the New Home Hewing
Machine Co vs Ben F Clark, as the property us
Also at the sametime and place, a cuytain lot
in the town of DeSoto, now the 4th ward of
Rome, in Floyd county, lying aid beir gon the
north side of which street runs
westward from the Summerville <»r street
and leaves said road or stiver at the southeast
corner of the lot now owned by G M O’Bryan
and sister, on the north side of said Pine street,
ea’d lot frenting on said s'reet one hundred feet
and running bae»> north one hundi-ed and twen
ty five teet. Levied on b’ virtue us a mort c age
fl fa issued froni the Floyd superior court in
favor of K W Berryni l vs asa Trammell, as the
property of the deteadent.
Also at the same time and place, lot of land
No SB7 situated in the 3d disti iot and 4rh section
of said county, containing «(» acres. Levied on
hy virtue of afl tn is?u< d from >he Fb*yd j is
tice court of the 924th di*tri< t. G M . in favor of
K B Beeves for the se of k m Ririck and vs J F
Russell, as the property of the defendant. Levy
made by J H Whitton LC
Also at the sane time and place, two bouses
and th« int, up< n wh'Ch the defendants nr»w re
side. situated In tie fltth ward of the «ity of
Rome Flo d county, Ga, tr nting on Goosa
street 77 feet, more or le“8. and running baca 85
fe**t to the property of Miranda Daniel, bou d
♦*d on tbe west bv the property of Mrs M m Co
rn* r. Levied on by virtue of afl fa issued from
Floyd Superior Court in favor us Mrs Mary K
COTHRAN & CO.,
Fire life and Accident Insurance.
Gin Houses Insured.
Office Corner Armstrong Hotel,
H. D. HILL,
Real Estate Agent,
230 BROAD STREET; ROME, GA.
Renting’ a Specialty, and Prompt Settlement the Rule.
Comer for use of officers of Floyd superior
court v 8 Jas Richardson, Thos Biebar ison and
Warren Richardson, as the property of the de
Also at the same time and place, a parcel of
land situated in that portion of Floyd county
Ga, kuown as “New R- me,” being part of land
lot No 357, in the 23d district and 3» section of
said county and described as follows' B gin
ning at the intersection aud southwest corm r of
Tennessee A venue and Seventh street and run
ning along said Tennessee avenue s 6 deg and
45 min, w,a distance of 2<6 feet thence due west
152 feet thence s 5 deg w 202 feet, thence south
84 dug 30 mins wB6 teet, thence s 3 deg w 237
se t, thence nB3 deg 30 mi. s. w7O feet thence
a 5 deg 3 min. w 786 feet thvnce w 1 deg s 660
feet, thence n 26 deg 30 min e 1782 feet with the
line of the furnace company’s property to a
white 02k t»ee, thence s 68 deg 40 min e 340 feet
alone "th street to the beginning corner, con
taining 17 acres, more or lees, also that part of
land in lot N<> 357 Described as f Hows: Begin
ning at a point feet due south from tie n e
corner of lot No 357 toence running due *outh
along the land line between lot No 357 and 356 a
distance ot 1100 thence due west a distance
of lUUO leet tu Tennessee ave ue. thencu along
said avenue n 6 deg 45min east a distance of BH>
feet to Holder’s c< rner thence e 83 deg 15 min e
159% feet to a 15 foot alley thence along said
alley n 6deg 45 min ea?-t a distance of 350 leer, to
Gedar street, thence a ong said str< et n 44 d. g 15
min ea distance 01 27u teet, thence 575 deg «-'ast
a distance ot 570 feet to theiegi ning corner,
c mtaining 22 1-2 acres more or less rurerved in
thi* parcel of laud is the righo of way of th-’ G R
A C R R Biding 10 furnace and the right of way
of the Rome bt kR running across <»necorner.
Levied on by virtue of a mortgage fl fa issued
frcni the Floyd Superior court in favor of J
King vs New Rome Land Co as the property of
Alsu at tbe same time and place, alt that tract
or parcel of laud si uated ana being in the 4th
ward of tbe citv <*f K mu, Floyd county, Ga.
fo>merly the town of DeSoto, and deaented as
fullowi*. to-w.t; being a lot on which a new
framed b’i ding is erected near the city bridge
on tbe oostanaula ijver on sth uve auh and 12
feet in addition fro tne wail us the sa d build
ing on the river Bide of said lot, making tn« lot
in ail about 33 feet tiont ou nth aveuu , ormer
ly Alabama road, a id running back lOu feet par
allel with tbe line of lot adjoining owneo by A»a
Trammell aiid boU”deil an tuiluas: on he iiorih
w tt by iot wntd by Asa Tran intli and in tbe
rear and eide toward tbe river by land uwu* d by
D B. Hamilton and d ecnb.fl JTde 'y
abh Trammell Lu D B' Hamilton, elated D< c 11,
1889, sold-4or purchase m ney «>1 sain lor. deed
been fl leu m the c erk 5 s office o the su
ueiioi c<>urt in accordance with tne statute by
viitue of euperi r court fl fa in f v»r ur D B
Hamil on vs M A Wiuipee and Nat Harris, ad
iniDißtracora of tbe estate of Mary A Wiiupce, *b
the pro eity of tbe defend .nt.
Also at tue same time and place, being lot No
30 “a’’ in Smith subdivision near Ease Kou.e
itue bounded m the north by Ea*t Rome line 01
boundary street, west by lot No z 9 ••A” and th
east by iot No i ••!.”, front! gon Eaet Rome
line str<et 50 feet and running back i-outh same
width GO fnet »auw oei >g u». the West ti «e 01
the house ow.iei by ih eaid Mis E J vVitume;
all in the 23d distnet and 3o section 01 Fluyo
couuiy, Ga Levieu on by virtue us amm tgage
ii fa issued trom th Floyu superior court in fa
vor ot Hamilton & Co vs Mrs E J Wimpee,
tne property of the neiei.d *i»t.
Aibo at the 81.n1.' time and place, all that tr. c*
or parcel us land i»ing and being in the city of
R me Flo*dCo,Ga. an . bring part of I>t uune
<>undred an nin ty-two (192) in ooaa division
01 sa d city and oe enbeu a iodows: Fronting
••n 2nd avenu- ninety-live (9a) ieet and running
back same width, one hundred and eighty turee
(183) feet ana bounded on the Duren uy tne are
Brooks lot, on the west by U N Fe .th rstone lot,
on s uih by J W R unsavillu lot on east by
2nd avenue, formally Howard stieeu Levied
on by virtue of | three 11 fas issued from tne
Floy justice court of the 919th district, G M,
all in lavor us G h Redmon vs J J O’ eili &
Son, as the property of J J O’Neill, one of the
aso at the same time and place, one blick
hor!>e mu e about 9 years old, medium size,
named John; also one black ho*se mul abuut 4
years old, about 16 -2 hands high and nameu
George. Levied on by virtue of a mortgage fl fa
issued from the Fl*«yd city court iu lav r oi
The Farmers’ Alliance Co Operative Co va W B
lUgan, as the property us ihe ueicrdant
Also at > he same time and place, one furniture
wagon, one oval glass nickel-plaud 6-foot show
case, one flat nlukd-plated 6 foot sho* c*se,
one 6 toot walnut frame show case, one 4 loot
walnut frame show < ase, one iron Bate, made by
Muster Saie aud Lick Co. Levied on by virtue
us a mortgage fi fa issued from the Fiuyd city
Court in invor of Hirsuerg Bros H diander vs
B F Clark as the property of tnedeienuant.
Also at the time and place, tbe following
described pr perty, towit: An undivided halt
interest in lot** Nos 260, 261, k 62. 263, 264, 265, 266,
267, 268. 2*>9, 270, 271, 27z. 273. 274 and 2.5 in ihe
plat f West Rome made by Hie Rome Land
Company, bounded on ihe north and east by
Rai’ioxd street, on tbe south by Allen street, on
the - est by Armstrong avenue, the said tract or
parcel of land forming a triangle according to
said p at; and ais ' part of lot Nu 208, the
same being a porti »n of th** 3< acres euld by J
A Stansbury to Ledbetter Bvgan and others,
and known by th m as Faavi w property, a
map < f wh*ch is us rtcoid iu the office oi the
clerk of the superior court of Floyd county, Ga,
bo jk K K of deeds, page 186, the property h» re
adwr ised being according to said map, No 7, 8
and w eacn fronting 5u feet on Khudy stieet and
tunning back tame width in northeasterly di
rection 150 feet to an alley, and lots N s 54, 55,
56, 5i a* d 58, each fronting fifty <so f f et on
Stansbury str et and running back same width
in a suutnwisterly direction 159 feet to an a ley
and lots Nos 122 and 123 each fronting 50 feet on
Stansoury street and running back in a north
easterly direction same width 150 >eet to an alley.
All ot said parcels us lands being in the 23d
ai-trict and 3d section of Floyd coun*y. Ga., by
virtue of two ju tice court fl fas issu d by the
juitice court ot the 919th district G M of Fi »yd
county, Ga , in favor of the Cashier Merchants'
National Hank vs J F Dupree as tne propei ty ot l
tbe dufeudr t
Also at the same time and place, 200 empty
one gallon jugs, one lot of canned goods, a >bs
tobacco, more or less, une ihuw case, 14 decant
ers, 2vaß«B. 18 glasses, 1 water cooler, 1 piece
box cigars 3 bottles whisky, 1 iron safe, 1 u ul
ab e and fixtures, 11 emuty kegs, 2 empty bar
rels. 100 gallons waisky, more or less, 10 gallons
wine, mure or lut-s, 2 12 gallons gin more or
less, 2 bun el* empty beer bo ties, one hall b.ix
crackers. Levied on by viriue ot a mortgage fl
fa issued from Floyd city comt t * favor of D C
Leoii vs E L Melton, as the property ot the de
Also at tbe ss'i e time and place, one twen’y
horse power engine ami b iler, Nagle make, o e
saw mill, Hagle make, said m,w mill con-ists of
carriage, saw frame one 43-inch cir u ar *aw
and anout 70 feet of 12-in<*li juh her beltjig
Levied on by virtue of a mo tgage fi fa issu d
tr»m Floyd ci tv court in favor oi G M Rediuai
and Bro vs u P MuL* od for p irchaie money
of a i*i machinery; said engine aim saw mulls
now located aid can be seen on who th known
as thn Tiiu ole 1 luce seven and a half n lies
north of R -me. near Jones’ mill.
Also at the same time and place, all that *ract
or parcel or land.situated in the Coosa Division
ot h*<ityoi Rom?, rioyd enunrt, Ga , md
bring par-a of city l* t 9
Kid Coo a Devi-lon. of said < itv ot Bi n e and
bounded and desoiibed as follows; Commence
ing at the North corner of Second avenue and
East First street and running along second ave
nue towards Broad street (46) forty-six feet;
thence at right angler from East First street
across lots Nos. 99, 100 and 101, a distance of
ninety feet to tbe property of John T. War ick;
rhence at right angb s with the last mentioned
Une, and ou the line Dividing lots Nos. lot 102
and running to East Firs* street and thence in
a straight line along East First street to the
Stirling point: being tne intersection of East
F.rat street and Second avenue, tbe same being
known as the express office corner, with all tbe
improvements the*eon, by virtue of an execu
tion issued bv the Superior court, of FL yd
county, in favor of H. J Johnson for the use
of Mrs. Mary Weber and her five minor chil
dren, vs. J. King, principal and S. S. King,
security, on administrator’s bond as the prop
erty us J. King. JAKE C. MOi »RE,
Application for Letters of Dis
GEORGIA, Floyd County:
Wh°reas. Mr-* RAP White, gr<rdian of
Charles G Deason. lepresems o the court m
her petition Duh filed that she has administered
said Wa d s estate. This is to cite all persons
concerned, kindied and creditors to show cause,
ifanvthey can, why said guar< ian should not
be discharged from "her guardian hi • and re
letters of dismission on tbe first Monday in
March, 1«94 This Dec Bth. 1893.
JOHN P. DAVIS.
12-10 9Cd Ordinary Floyd County.
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The following schedule will go Into effect
Ncvebmer 14 1893, at 8 .SO a m.
bomb to Kingston.
No. 1. No. 8
Lt Rome 8.50 am 2.50 pm
Ar Second Avenue 8.53 am 253 pm
“ Brick Yard 9.0 >am 3.00 pm
Freeman’s 905 am 3<5 pm
"Dykes’ 9.11 am 3.1 ipa
“ Bass’ Ferry 920 am 3.20 pm
" Eves’ 9.25 am 3.25 pm
Murchison’s 9.3 S am 3.38 pm
*• Woolley’s 9v am 346 pm
Ar Kingston 9.50 am 3.50 pm
Ar Atlanta W& A 12.15 pm 6 25'pm
KINGSTON TO BOMB.
No. 2. No. 4.
Lv Atlants B.ot> am 500 pm
Lv Kingston 10.M’ am 6.12 pm
Ar Woolley’s 10.27 am 5.17 pm
•• Murchison's 10.31 am 5 21pm
•• Evas’ 10.30 am 5.29 pm
•• Pass’ Ferry 1033 am 5 :13 pra
■' Dykes' • l°.4a am 5.38 pm
•• Freeman's. 10.51 am 5.41 pm
Brick Yard 10.5 -am 548 pm
"Second Avenue 11.(5 am 5 56vm
ar Homo. ILIO »“* O-'W pm
Nos. 1 and 2 make close connection at
Kingston, with Western & Atlantl; trains going
North to Chattanooga, and Honth to Atlanta.
Connections at A linta and Cb.ttanooga In
Unioi' Dspo a with all trains diverging.
All trains airue and depart from Rome Rail
road d-pot, foot of Hro.d street, less than one
block from heart of citv.
use- so cnaogeuf cars at Kingston. Through
coaches on aU trains between Rome and
Atlanta. *. F. AYER,
Bupt and Tragic Manager.