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ALBANY, GEORGIA. DECEMBER 8. 1866.
sT ._AT THE OU» STAND.
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‘ of Eight Lino, for the
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35 on GO 00 70 00
40 00 55 ooi 75 00
45 00 & OW 80 00
50 001 70 001 85 00
5.5 00 75 OOl 90 00
Drs* Cromwell &
FFER I heir professional
sendees to the citizens
Office on Broad St.
HERE AS, John D. Keaton applies to me for
letters of Diamisaloa from the estate of Wm.
6. Oaiy, late of said county, deceased.
These are therefore to eite and admonish all per-
seks concerned, to be and appear at my office with
in the Oiqr prescribed by law, te show cansc, if any
they hare, why said letters should not be granted.
Giren under my hand and official signature, this 2d
Jdly, 1866. H. C. DASHER, Ord’y
July Jlh, 1SGG. C '.t < 'a»—
nrttl of candidates for
charged for at regular ad-
f .L to be p»id in advance.
K eight line., of brevier, make one
■ irtweots that make o,er eight Uuea
t lines, counted aa two
I*ill war! • -
WHEREAS, Milea Fitzgerald applies to me for
loiters ef Dismission from the Administration of the
estate ef ?*s>w, fitagerald, deoeeaed.' i
These are therefore to cite and admonish sll con
cerned, to be end sppear nt my office within the
time prescribed by law, nnd show esnse, if any they
hart, why said letters should not be granted to said
Given nnder my hand and official signature at
office, thla dune 4th, 1866.
L. 11. COLBERTH, Ordinary,
dune 16th, 1860. 36-
CEORGIA, Baker Connty. t,
1 Months after date application will be made
the Honorable Court of Ordinary of said
, for lease to sell the Improved land belong
ing to the estate of Jociah Winchester; late of said
county deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and
Creditors of said Estate. October 13th ISCG.
MART d. WINCHESTER, Adm’rx
Oct, 20 1866 *60
Notice Fer Leave to
A PPLICATION will be made
Ordinary of*B*her .eo.unljr, 4
term .after the expiration -pf two months .
notice for leave to sell the lands belonging (o the
estate of A. G. While* deceased, lajd of Edgefield
District, South. Carolina, for the benefit ef the heirs
of said estate. * A. J. WHITE, Adto’rx.
October 20, 1866 604.
Georglt, Mitchell Connty.
LL persons indebted to the estate of Alexander
D. Puckett, late of eeid county, arc hereby
* to settle the same withont delay, and those
claims against said estate will present them
dnly authenticated within ihe time prescribed by
law, or this notice will be placed in barof their re
eorery. nov 8 LYDIA A PUCKETT, Admr’x
0 months alter the date of this notice I shall
„ . UtheCeartefOrdinary of MitcbeU county
for leayo to sell all the lands belonging- 4a the cs-
tats of Sarah Mcl cod.
JOHN HA11ELTON, Adm'r.
Gets. 1866 52-
Georgla, Worth County.
S IXTY days after date applicatibnrfflBKe made to
the Ordinary of said county for.lefPe to sell the
real estate of Alexander E. Lippitt, deceased. Sold
for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said de
ceased. FANNEX E. LIPPITT, Ajm’n
, their advertisements!
WHEREAS, James Ponlk app’ies to me for letters
of Dismission (Vom administration on the estate of
K nuares they wish them to occupy. t
|»“ fl>r individual benefit, will be James Boykin, late of said county, deceased.
“ a4# * • *'— These are therefore to cite nnd admonish all nnd
lingular the kindred and creditors of said deceased,
lobe and appear at my office wit fun the time pre
scribed by law, to show cause, if any they can, why
mid letters of dismission should not be granted to
applicant Given under my hand and official sig
nature at office. L. M. CObUEKTH, Ord.
August 4,1866. 43*-
jnuar. for each insertion.
iWcrtional Card. p«r year $20 00.
JTgife. p.yable in advance $20 00.
-at A d vertlscsitcistn.
I our rates for legal advertltt-
October 20, I860
GEORGIA, Worth County.
S IXTY days after date application will be made
to the Ordinary of said county, for leave to sell
Lot of land number (83) eighty-three, in the 16th
District of Worth county, asthe property of Samuel
Hill, of said county deceased.
J. R. HILL, de bonis non.
September 22d, 1866.
W ILL.be sold, before the Court Hotue door, in
the town of Isabella, Worth county, Goo., oh
the first Tuesday in Januai7 next,
the legal boon of sale, lot of land number (801)
three hundred, and-one, in the sixth (.6) District of
mid county. Sold as the property of Wm. Gerralt
deceased, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors.
Terms made known on the day of mle.
DANIEL S. SUMNER,
November 17th, 1866. ♦Administrator
, .ef le»y of eight tines or lets-* 8 00
/at Fi- Fa. ezlez. per levy.... 5 00
utiiismissioD from Admin
, S.tea per W~
r.i.n -jf Administration.
Lir” “ f Guardianship
IIESK are to notify all and singular the kindred
and creditors and all others concerned, to be
appear at my office within the lime prescribed
3 00 by law, to show cause, if any they have, why Abel
•nrrora uuar- I M. Cox. Administrator de bonis non on the estate
.....a- 4 00 of David Cobb, deo’d, .should noi be dismissed from
7»eil Land «—6 00 his mid trust. Given under my hand and official
1 nd Creditor* * 0*> signature, July 6. 1866.
L„ r , liuarc 00 1 * JAMES W. ROUSE, Ordinary.
• —« oo’ -July 14,1866. A 40—
STATE OF GEORGIA—Worth County.
£ble properly, ten days 8 00
i,»ixty days •••— .
above rates will be required in
Georgia, Irtrin County.
WHEREAS, A. P. Clements applies to me for
letters of administration on the estate of John. W.
Walker, deceased. All and singular, the kindred
and creditors of said deceased, are notified to be and
appear at my office within the time prescribed by
law, to show cause, if any they have, why mid let
ters should not be granted. Given under my hand
and official signature of office. L. M. COLBERTH,
October 20th, ’66 Ordinary.
W HEREAS, A. P. Clements applies to me for
letters of dismission from Guardianship of
the person and property of Daniel Branch. These
arc therefore to cite and admonish, nil and singular
to be and appear at my office within the time pre
scribed by law. to show cause if any they have, why
said letters of dismission should not be granted.—
Given under my hand and official signature.
October 20,60 * L. M. COLBERTH, Ordinary.
G OOD Stock always on hand, and any Music or
Instrument ordered for customers.
Oct 13, ’60, L. E. WELCH A CO.
PRISON LIFE .OF JEFFERSON DAVIS—By Dr.
GUT DKVEBSLL—ByJ. 8. U Fami.
LIVINGSTON'S EXPLORATIONS TO
I WOEAIUDA—Rj Prof. Holton. '
•E or *• STONEWALL” JACKSON—By John
Eaten Cooks. * •
THBWAR OF' THE REBELLION—By H. B.
Jnat received and for sal* by
S. & WSMS a oo.
August 4th, 1866. «—
;on and a pension of,
iim all his life. Bat as
The Disabled Soldiers of
L EDGERS, Journals, Day Books, Records, Time
Books, Letter Books, Copy Books, Pass/Memo
randoms and Dairies, Ac , Any style Blank
made to order. L» E. WELCH k. CO.
A Large Stock, embracing all Ibt Text Book
used in this section. .L.E. WELCH ACC.
IIEREAS, Wm. C. Yajicy, Adm’r with the Will
annexed on the estate of S. W. Yancj, decM,
represents to the Court in his petition duly
Administrators, Executors or filed and entered on the record, that he has fully
«rf |uired by law to be held on the administered S. W; Yaney's estate,
jj i» each moath, between the hours of. This lx, therefore, to cite all parsons concerned,
liitaoou nnd three in the afternoon* at kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any they
in the county in which the proper- why mid Administrator should notuahm^Ux
Police of these sales must be given charged from his administration, and receive tellers
GuMie forty days previous. 1 ef Dismission on the first Monday in. February
► of peraouaY pcupsrty mast be This July 10, 1866.
through a public gazetts ten j. w. ROUSE, Ordinary.
eday. ‘ ' Ju^y2l, 1866. 41 —
4<biors »nd creditors of an estate must
«»pplicaiion will be made to the Couyt
for leave to sell Laid. flMat be pahlixU- j
Georgia, Irwin t'onnlj.
G EORGE YOUNG applies t> nt for letters of
administration on the estate of R. M. Griffin,
deceased. These are thereforeto cite and admonish
all and singular, to be nnd appear at my office with
in the time prescribed by law, to show cause, if any
they have, why said letters should uot be granted,
i »mWr my Uaadaud official signature,
ober 20th, CU .-j_L.AL COLBERTH, Ord’y.
G OLD and SILVER WATCHES, Gold Chains.
Keys and Charms, Diamond.^ Rings, Gold Bet
and Plain Rings, Brooches, Ear Rings, Fine Sets of
Jewelry, Gold nnd Silver Thimbles, G«.ld and Silver
Spectacles, Gold Collar Buttons, Sleeve Buttons and
Studs, Solid Silver and Plated Ware, always
ranted as represented. Ot 13. L. E. WELCH A
| .'lie sxle
WHEREAS; Mslvina M. Godwin, Administratrix
j of I homas G. Godwin, represents to the Court m
Lk 1 Af *.iminlatration Guardian- her petition duly filed and entered on record, that
^^ukMdMF fuH * o< ' dwitt ' s
w.Uimnistration, monthly six raont l fhiils Ihereforo to cite all persons co&terncd,
_Ca!7Vorttuts*muu be kiWred and oreJiior*. to zliow cause, if uny they
Jnt. foreclosure ur Mortgages rau» why aaid AdminUlratriz ahould.not he dis
iMiklj for four mon — 0Il ih. fow charged from her Administration, aud receive leltere
Itolhe foil .pace of ihrM OontM-tor noath*second MouA« » February,
18fS5 W. H. WtS, Ordinary
, 14.1866 •
k’ days afterdate liereof application will be
^ e to the Ordinary of said county for leave
to sell all the real estate of James Noles, deceased,
for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said
deceased. G. D. WHITEF1ELD.
Adm'r of James Nolcs, dec’d.
Oet 6, 1866 62-
JES & HOBBS,
WHEREAS, Snxah C. Shine nnd S. P. Jones, np-
pSws.Ss.za, for letters of dismission from adminis
tration on the estate of A. J. Shine, late of said
county deceased. Theso are therefore to cite and
, ■ „ t v f R a i admonish, alt and singular, tho kindred nnd redit-
Al.tSA.v X| «t» . _ of said deoeased. lobe and appear at my oflice.
ftdiee in Itougherty and the J w j,hin the time (nneeihed by Utn. tests* »•» if
"intieti. in tl*e Superior Courts of U», have, why said letters of dismission should
United Slate* Circuit Court al *>*v aD * J. JJJj ^ granted to the applicants. Given under my
Georgia, Worth fount?.
Wkwrcas, WLUiana G. Lavender applies t»m
letters of Adndnistration, with the will nwncxed. on
the estate of John Long, of mid county deceased.—
These are therefore to notify all and singular the
kindred and creditors said deceased, to be and
appear nt rav office within the lime prescribed by
law, teshowtoamse if any they have, why saidleltcrs-
skM&dXiOt be granted to the applicant. Given un-
Jier my baud and official signature, this O. tober 20,
1866 JAMES W. ROUSE, Ord’y
November 3d, 1866
* Attend to busiocM in Sonth-We*'™
Ip-neriUy, |.y ppecial agreement.
al, September the 12th, 1866.
J. W. ROUSE, Ordinary.
TWO month, after the date or this notice I shall
.. ,,pply io tho Court of Ordinary of Mitchell conntj
AT LAW, forteare to «11 lot of land number 342, andI .2
acre, off the vest side ef lot numberSU4, all in 11th
district of Mitchell county, aa tho property of Wm.
B^Eond. laioolaaitLoonnly. dooeaaed.
JOHN C. ORINEB, Adm'r.
M Oet 0,1806 - . , 6 --
alb.my, oA- >.)
^p.etice it.i fie several Courts of Lauzsml
iU St ile and the Circuit Courts
JtM States for the Sute of Georgia.
I’ rc'iai zuentien given tu the purehut ana
iim. 19.18115. —37
Grover & Baker’s
T Manufactures prices—dimply freight added,
From an article in the Xovemher number
of “Scott’s Monthly Magazine,” under the
caption of*In Honor Bound”—by “Salem
Dutcber, Esq., Augusta, Ga.”—we extract
the following, and regret that want of space
will not admit of the insertion of the article
entire. After a few preliminary remarks,
the writer quotes “the act” of the General'
Assembly of this State for tho relief of
maimed and indigent soldiers, officers, and
citizens of this State, and says:
“This act is fully operative so far as it
goes, hut, as will he seen by its terns, the
measure of relief contemplated by it, is re
stricted to “indigent” soldiers and officers
alone. In legal acceptation this term
“indigent” is considered as almost,5ffn.it
entirely, convertible with “ panjeu, ”
and in this view there is required of
all applicants for the limbs provided by this
act, an oath of utter inability to purchase-
the same on his own account. In ort*ir
words the disabled veteran of Georgia is re*
■ ired to sue for this measure of snrgieal
l as a matter ot charity and in former pszn
peris, thus making the presentation to him of
an artificial limb on behalf of the State de-
_ at Albany Bcok Store.
pendent on the state of his pocket, and not
on the fact of his mutilation in her service.
Yet it is this£*t alone, it is conceived, that
gyres hint any title to the benefaction pro-
Miscellaneous Books, and New
dways on hand- Asp Bo, ~
Published ordered for customers.
Oet 13, 1606 L B WELCH & CO
Books of tho Day—
¥ E have succeeded in obtaining the services of
An Experienced and Reliable Jeweler,
and am prepared ro receive Watches and Jewelry
for Repairs. Wo hold ourselves responsible for
good work, and guarantee satisfaction. ,
Oc*. 18, 1806 L. E. WELCH A CO.
ROSS & AMOS,
70 MULBERRY STREET.
—JOUS L. JOKES’ OLD STAND—
Georgia, Mitchell Counts’.
T HIRTY Days after dale I wilt proceed lo ap
point an administrator with the will annexed,
on the estate of James Pntillo, late of said county,
and all persons are hereby notified to file their ob
jection^ i£aay they have, in my office, as the law
directs. Given under my li&ad officially, this N«fe
8th. 1866. • H. C. DASHER,
Nor. 10, 1866. * Ordinary.
G EORGIA—Illitchell Lonnty.
f\S the first Monday in January next C. C. and
Wm. Lawrence, Administrators on estate of
Allen Lawrence, late of said county, deceased, will
apply to the Court of Ordinary for leaTC to sell all
the real estate belonging tosaid estate.
JOHN VC. PEARCE, Cl’k Court Ordinary
Oet 6, I860 ,62—
Tranks, Valises, Satchels, Vi
And everything usually found Sat a.
FIRST CLASS CLOTU1IG HOUSE.
Nov 10, 2s3m
DRIED FRUIT l
WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE FOR
DRIED PEACHES, pealed and onpea£d.
J. N. SEYMOUR,
Nov 10 8t Cherry “Street.
Georgia, MiUbtil County.
^^LL perzona indehted to iheezlale of SaroJi Me-
. _ Leod, Isle of laid county deceaeed, orvrilereby
notitied to settle the came without delay, and ihozo
having.claims against, said estate will present^ them
duly authenticate* i wii ““
Will practice lamimalXlkaCMwta duly authealicailS withht the time prewriBed by
lk « Souih-We.iern, la Irwin of the Sooth-1 law, or this notice »Ul be placed,m\bar of their re-
a »4 Appling of the Brunswick, aadmoat eorery Nov 3d JOHN HAMILTON, Adrar.
the Pataula Circuits.
• Fukingtoo Street, opposite tha Ezpraaa-
[>■ On. April 28,1868.
|r.R V ^ ,
?? professional services totCa eithea
Tic ^ n ‘ l J* t 144A
) to Debtors and Oredrs
Mmiai indebted to the estate of Alez. 8.
LfT' °f Worth oouut^dwaesed, are no-
?*“ hzvtng claims agaiMh soil eitata
* mem. in terms of the Taw, or they-will
|H »ANSBT E. LIPPITT, Adm’n.
S TTT eays after date appUeation will be madk.
lo tioCoort of Ordinary of aaid county, for
a to sell 175 aonaa of lot*of land number 381 j
also 90 acres of lot number 882, also 126 acres of ... .
let number 858. all improved, andilyinrtn the 11th. , ihgo i„ t ,h e
district of said county. Alao.ono-third Intercsi in e j_,o he «nd
1 u vzz
SndJredilors. ISRAEL MAPLES. Adm’r
ficorgi»» Irwin fennly.
WHEREAS, D. J. Fenn, applies to me for letters
of dismission from adnunjstration on the estate of
Willis J. Bane, deceased* Tlveo*. *r« therefbre to
cite and admonish, aJJ;and singular, the heirs and
oroditors of said dtcea£?d, to be and appear at my
office within the time prescribed byJaw, to show
cause, if any they have, why sa?d Willis J.^ Bane
slwohl not be relieved from said admi7*ialration.
Given under my. band and offioial signature at
office. L- M. COLBERTH, Ordinary.
octobex 20th 6&
Ccorgia, Dongbcrtj County,
WHEREAS, John .F. Barney, of tHwoownty of
Twigg* in snidt State,- applies to mo for Tetters of
administration de bonis non, on the estate, of Amos
Ball late of Dougherty connty. d<
These are therefore tootle and admonish, all and
kindred and creditors of said deceas-
v-| appear at my office, within the time
prescribed.by law, lo show cause. If' any they have,
why saicFletters shoiddaooi beugranted. Given nn-
dervnv hand andtoffi&ial signature at office, in Al-
bany, 7li>Ndvembcr, 1866, w tT twf,T ' w,>
nov 10 *
J. n. HULL, X. B. DBIGGS 1
(Late of Columbus, Georgia.)
HULL & BRIGGS,
UTO. ««v OARONDELET STRUCT.
NEW ORLEANS* Louisiaawshw
September 1SG6*. w2
W. H. WILDER,
A ll persons indabted.to.N»tbnn Maples, dc
nrs uereby notified to oemw forward and n
jent—and those having cUimn.ngamst satd
‘fused, axfcvennestedilo present.them in terms pf
eMSSfe.iWh w ISRAEL MA«JB8f.Adm.r.
Webtedu, Lks estate of E.. H. His-
I«n7? w * odlfied that they mast set-
•» persona. hAlin* ,
present them within
' w> M»thy isw, or they will be barredi
JOHN F. CARG1LE.
Jhh, \uC in ^ hSfote K.JB. Hics*n,de.'<l.
TWO months after dsteapplicstion will be mode.
lotheC^Irt of Ordinary of Mitchell county, for
!ea« to sell sll the.lsadsbnioaging.to the estate of
,l>. A..Uostici, “* a ** W j'p;gsK POLLUCK, Adm’r.
T sfsatd Connty. for
ttsiUnJ/," *“* County, for leave tesell
'ttJrii!!«o Ales. 8. Lippitt iate
,Sftk, E. LIPPITT. Adm’rx
Georgia, Donghcrty Connty.
WHEREAS, John It. 11111 applies toms for letters
of sdmioislration on tho estate of John H. DanfortU
lute of said county, deceased- „
• These ererherefote to cite and .sdmenish. ail and
singular, the kiodtea* nnd’ereditors of said dteens-
ed, tebeand appear at my ofilc, within thetime pre
scribed by law, to show cause if any they have, why
said letters should, not be granted. Given under
y hand and official oijpiitiirejot office, in Albany
ovemher7th. 1860^ W. IL WILDER,
nor 19 « r Ordinary.
CaEOitOIA—JUlchc 11 County.
w lie first Monday in November nest Simeon
rB«k will apply to the Court, of Ordinary of
Lifc county for letters of Guardianship of the mi-
•'**“ ZtX.i. orobens of Thomas Cumbio, deceased,
nor children, orpne » „ ^ ivjbiieh. Ordinary.
Georgia,.Wort is County.
'tTTILL be sold before tlio Court IIouso door in
\.\/ Isabella,.in saidjeounty, on tho first Tuesday
VI in January next, between the lawful hours uf
sale, lot of laud number eighty-fire. (85) ini the I5tli
District of said couaty..ns the properly of Samuel
Hill late of said county deceased. Sold subject to
widow’s dower. Terms made known on the day of
,sle. j. K. HILL, adm’r, de bonis non of
•Jar ’itli, 66. 9- H'"> >ioc d
the roils at Washing
only a Georgian,the defender ofabeaten peo
ple, the msamed soldier of a lost cause—his
ird('.ilat,nu is bnt incidentally considered,and .
a sworn pauperism made the main ground
for extending to him a small measure of the
public aid. Were the disposition of those
who make thelaws responsible for this dis
creditable anomaly,'the General- Assembly
of this State were jostly amenable to a
charge of black ingratitude. But Bach-is
not the caset” -
After qnpting the Constitution, and show*.
ing wherein it has been misconstrued by
the members, (thus indueing.the restriction
in the gratnitous distribution of artificial
limbs) and briefly reviewing the former ab»
tions of the State toward her noble sons
who had been dismembered or disabled, the
writer says furthermore:
“The law, as it is now interpreted, affords
no relief to the citizen who, at t he bidding
of the State, leapt forth in the field to defend
her, and there, while presenting his breast
as her bulwark, was robbed of his limbs by
the public enemy. No reliefis said, because
as compared to the entire number of those
to whom-the State owes this debt of honor/
there are hut a very, very few who by this
act can reoeiv'e the payment of that sacred
obligation. Some that, perhaps, are really
so destitute as to be fairly within the pur
view of the law, are yet withheld from an
application by a fitting that we cannot bnt'
honor. They an the soldiers of as gallant an
army as ever made the earth qoakewith the
trend of i
iosod. There are, as is stated to the writer
>v one in a position to know officially of
tbeirnumbers, somethining like two thous
and men in the State of Georgia, who, in
breasting the storms of war in her behalt,
have been more or less mutilated in bodily
member. Some have lost but a hand, oth
ers again sn arm, others a leg and some few
have lost bothann and bg together. In a
few esses those who have suffered this hon
orable mutilation, are amply able to provide
for themselves the most approved style of
artificial substitute, and weankl not, did the
Law proffer it, avail themselves of the public
aid. Going to the other extreme, there are
alsoa number who have been'so wrecked
by fortune that, in their crippled and help
less state, it is so far Sat impossibility they
should help themselves that they are xather
in the lamentable condition of Betinsrius,
who, after a hey-day of gJ»»y T sat in his age
and decrepitude by the roadside to entreat
charity. But between' these extremes of
the rich and the poor tie- the great bulk of
those wl» have suffered the- horrible an-
; trash e< dismemberment for the sake of their
Intely destitute, nor yet by any means over
burdened with this world’s goods, these
brave men are in such circumstances that,
white they vanld not swear aa absolute i
bility to purchase, such purchase would
weigh most greviously upon their stratened
means. Some such cases the writer knows
of his own personal observations, and doubt
less like instances will occur to the mind of
almost every reader. Thus, to particularize
there is, where it is the fortune of the writer
daily to see him, a citizen of Georgia who, iti
one of the fierce battles of the war, was so
erucliy mangled as to necessiato the ampu
tation of a leg. Uncovering by virtue of a
strong constitution—for he is in tho very
prime of life—this man faced the world with
as composed a courage as he ever looked
>n hostile bayonets, and is. today honor-
its triumphal onsei They have
fow>fat tswder the eye of world-known lead
ers, and for the-stiRe of principles as dear-to
the heart of freeman, as the cliiro of her
babe-isto the another’s heart. Ragged, ill
fid^feck-sore-, and ytnpiless, they stood to
: thaw colors better than the best household
itraon*ef Enropq, and were faithful “unto
this-tost” for the- :snke of patriotism, State
pride and honoratfcne. How can suehmen-
!be called.on .to smveil their crncl poverty,
that, li&e-ahegiwj’stsore, it may cxtprt from
charity somef.XufeY Mach as’ they need /
there limbs, therenero hundreds of them, as
pewaspoos eaB&e,who will sthmp abrat
forever on thenrevutclies rather than sveuelt
tkematikes before witnesses, and in. the- .
right of Hentvan, as on the level of tho alms'
house pauper. They never spared life ,r
limb for Georga^znd it is as little asthe-
State tm tfe-utew to spare their feelings.—•
It wa» aat aTwayo thus that they were limb
less aori poor- Many and many a one of
them bad a comfortalfe living and a sturdy
frame ere, h» the one-summon sacrifice,'mem
ber nnd name; scare gallantly laid down
Otherstlicre-. are, too, and not a few of
them, who-me- iu- somewhat better case
than these ef'tSieir brethren, and' yet by no
means able to-vesture-otr live pnrehas of an
artificial arm erleg. Having some little
means, or nt IhaW an* awcation that gives
them a livelihood}, tJHay could not, nnder
the terms of tbreset, apply for its benefits',
were they even to disposed. Were it so
framed as to pcmriPtfipnt’ Fa'ptsjr a part of
the contract prieeaacU receive the deficit
from the State they wotrfst gladly embrace
it; bnt now, hetweentlknr own inability on
the one side and the rigor of the law on the'
other, they too, liaveth drag themselves
painfully about—mtmumeotb'afonce' re
fute heroism and publio neglect. Throngh-
r meat of the first
class prevail, and in the cities- and- towns
those of the latter; bnt, however dUfcfite
in the cause, the affect of the law tetBtnwsm
equally the same. Some that oonlfPswuotv.
will not—some that might swear, camntfp
and it is due to them and to the State aitt,
that mutilation and not circumstance should
be the one requiremnt of the law. The feus
Apples, Oranges, Potatoes, Calons, aid
GJL B B A. G E R
C OUNTRY DEALERS- Tranting.»nj of the above,
will find it to their advantage toordor from me,
as I will make it a speciality of my business this
season, to supply, the above Gttotae, Ftos&andi
Cheap, having madft arrangement* tougiBt- those
selected for mo in the North end West. Ad-
enclosed, or city r<
dress your orders, with cash enclosed, or city refer-
Heed, Sale, and Liverj Stable}.
Corner of Broad 4
Jackson. Street sy.
r Y, GiBiOiR'G I A.
1; and Sold omCommlsslon.
By GARDNER & K1RKMAN.
8ept 15. 1866-
AM STILL BIJYJNG.
WOOL, and paying.
J, N. SEYMOUR.
[y intent upon his old mecl
'tion. Bnt as this world is bnt a cruel'one,
and aa competition is great in all its branch-
csiofiiiidnatr.y v tbis veteran,, who is proud to
say he was one of Longstreet’smen, finds it
no easy task to do more than meet'the ordi-
arv expenses, of living. With a just and
oble pride he would mdigaaaUy repel the
nazortipn timt llo-was-a pauper ^and
Ifessheb-J willing not only., to say it; lint to
swear it,,the State will givejiim no limb gf
steel andhroed. and leather, to replaca that
sturdy one of flesh and blood'he laid' dbwn,
iliko a good citizen and gallant man, upon
the sacred-altar, of her. defense.. Now, this
ought not to he. Sncli a man—and'there
are hundreds like him q)l over: Georgia, from
.Cherokee, to thestubaid—desenes betti
loflHis countrymen, than. this.. Were he
'Frenchman, We cress ofth'e Legion ofllon
or would glitter upon his breast, or’so many
isbiniBg.franca, he paid down into his palm
on every quarter-day; aanilife-long memen
to of.ho w.'gratfrillyla belteF ranee, remember.
fed her wounded brave. If ajvSn^ish’man,
Chelesa might open her gates upon him, or;,
iu .default, there wjmld.be placed'to itis cred
it his half-pay, week alt6i','woolt,and. mpnth
after month, year in and year out, so long
as-ids saldiflr.Bonlshould linger in its scarr-
ed.and mangled tenement. ' Or, if when the
war-drum.beakts arms, he had preferred.
.Federal allegiance .be, the seeviccofbls
threatened State, hisuapae w.ould now.be on
wealthy men would not .he likely' to caH
upon thi ~
ie State; and even if they di
their clear right, on every principle
emment nnd by all the rnlesof eqt
have what they desire. Bnt to thi w
bulk of the disabled—the really' poormetr
o'straitened means, ho w grateful would i the
to receive either an ennreor pdktial fliffin
this matter, on simple proof of citizenship
in the first place, and, intfee second, of hav
ing been maimed in the service of the State.
Under this rule the expense mightbe great
er; bnt, i£ it were, the State owes every
cent of it, and a debt is still a debt whether
preparation h* made to pay it or no. Theso
men receive no pensions, no> Bounties, no
other public aid, and should most certainly
have titie,. Knowing that no etheir cause
than a- misapprehension of powsTO'oould
have led to the peculiar form oftHe-prcsent
act, itis neither necessary norihttnritedto
'make any appeal to. the sentiments. Tho
very suggestion of the topic carries with it
it* own weight. The very thought of a
wounded- fellow-citizen is an argument in '
litselft'. Earn there aro who have not some
conception of what thos» brave men have
suffered. The reader—ift'a. soldier, andonc
that has fiilt the force ofa hall—mayneecdU
what an exquisite torture the missile evokes:
If a surgeon, it may cause-him. some sadness
to think of the many who have bled under
Ins., kindljr-cmel. knife- If a woman, she.
will'rememBerthc scenes' o4 - the hospital’
and may thence faintly imagine the horrors-
latifield whence the wounded arebornco
And lastly, if a legislator- is scanning ti
page, he, tliongh feeling tho pity of a ski
-s_l — f .Vfcoic
ed.pl»ysician, may- yet;, like a tme brother
of healing, experience some just thrill of*
Large contributions are bekir mads up,
throughout Kentucky ih aid oi the suffirera.