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1000 ACKES OF Flint River Lands, for Sale. THE undersigned being desir< usol wind- ap their balnci!i offer for sale,on any to suit purchaser®* R vslwble setlle- mentor One Thousand Acres of Land, lying on the West side of the flint River, ten miles north o! Oglethorpe, and ten mile* “south bof Rey nolds. Two hundred acresol this settlement is num ber onepine land, the balance (900 acres) entirely swamp. The swamp land is less liable to be innun dated by the River than any lands on said River in Macon county, and will doubtlesß make trom 60 to feObushelsof corn per acre, and from 1500 te ‘2OOO lbs of cotton.Thereare 80 acres ot pine land, andlsof Swamp cleared and In a state of cultiva tion. Water, health and society cannotbe excelled In Mouth Westerr Georgia. Apply to COOK & MONTFORT, Jnlrll —wfctwtf. at Oglethorpe,Ga. _ ITER'S CHERRY PECTORAL. For the rapid Cure of COUCHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, BRONCHITIS,WHOOPING-COUGH, CROUP, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. AND FOR THE RELIEF OF CONSUMPTIVE PATIENTS IN ADVANCED STAGES OF THE DISEASE. We need not epoak to the public of its virtues- Throughout every town and almost overy hamlet of the American Stales, its wonderful cures of pulmonary complaints have made it already known. Nay, few are the famliee*.in any civilized country on this continent without some personal experience of its effect*: and fewer yet the commu nities anywhere which have not among them some Jiving trophy of its victory over the subtle and dangerous diseases of the throat and lungs. W hile it is the most powerful antidole vet known to man for the formidable and dangerous diseases of the pulmonary organs, it is also the pleasantest and safest remedy that can he employed for infants and young persons. Parents should have it in store against the insidious enemy that steals upon them unprepared. We have abundant grounds to believe Cherry Pectoral saves more lives by the consumption it prevents than those it cures. Keep it by you, and cure your colds while they are cur able, nor neglect them until no human skill can master tfig inexorable canker that, fastened on the vitals, eat3 your life away. All know the dread ful fatality ot lung disorders, and as they know too the virtues of this remedy we need not do more than to assure them it is still made the best it can be. We spare no cost, no care, no toil to produce it the most perfect possible, and thus ufford those who rely on it the best agent which our skill can furnish for their cure. DST* Prepared by DR. JAMES C. AYER, Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass, and SOLD BY Dr. David Young and Danfbrth, Nagel & Cos. Columbus, and by nearly all Druggists in the South. July 24, 1858,—w8ftw3m. Landreth’s New Crop Garden Seed, Just Received at J. W. PEASE'S ROOK STORE. ian2B—wtwtf. LANDRETH’S NEW CROP OF SEED. - 'just received and for sale by BROOKS & CHAPMAN. AIso, ONION SETS of various kinds. dec 10—wtwtf wife tw Administrator’s Sale.--Agreeably to an order of the honorable Court of Ordinary of Clarke county, will be sold before the Court House door in the-town of Blakely, Early county, Ga„on the first Tuesday in December next, within the legal hours or 6ale, all the lards, consisting of Lot number one hundred and twenty six (126) known as the Bartlett lot, and let number one hundred and fifteen (115) known as the Matthew Lewis lot, both in the sixth district of Earlly county, (each lot con taining 250 acres more or less: a large portion of whicn is under Together with all the negroes belonging to the estate ot Robert G. T. Taylor dec and. Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said estate. Terms, made known on the day of •ale. And on the day lollowing will be sold on the pre mises, all the perishable property of sa;d estate, consisting of corn, fodder, mules, horses, wagons, household furniture and plantation utensils of all kinds. Sale to continue from Jay to day until the properfyis all Jaold. Bold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors. RICHARD D. B. TAYLOR, Adm’r. October 2,1958—wti1. GEORGIA —Talbot County: WHEREAS, JohnS. Duncan applies to me Ifor letters of administration on the estate ot Eliza beth Duncan— These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to beand appear at my (office within the time pre scribed bylaw, then and there {to shew cause, (if any they have) whylsaldletters should not be'granted ! Given under my hand and official signature this! 30th September, 1868. MARION BETRUNE, Ordinary. ! Oct. 2 ,1859—w30d. — 1 1 1 —i GEORGIA, Ghattahoochee County : Court of Ordinary , July Term 1858. RULJE NISI. WHEREAS, William J. Mcßride, Tnomas H. Me Bride, and M.C. Wardlaw, Executors of the last will and testament of William .Mcßride, deceased having fully settled the business of the estate ol said deceased, apply to me for Letters ot Dismission from the same. It is therefore orde"od, that all person* con cerned shew cause if any they have, why said Letters should not begranted at the Court of Ordinary to De held in and for said county ou the second Mon* Bext * And it is further Ordered, that thisßuls be published in terms of the law. . , t l u^ Q !.Q aa!Crl P t fron i the minutes of this Court. July 12—worn F-E.RAIFORD, Ordinnr;. GEORGIA, CHATTAHOOCHEE CO. WHEREAS Samuel D, Harp, Guardian, for 1 the per son and. property of John C. F. McCook, applies for letters of dismiesion from the same. All persons concerned, arc hereby required to appear at my office, within the time ;prescribed by Jaw, and show cause, (if any,) why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand at office, the 2d day of August, 1858. Aug. 7,1858. E ’& m RAIFORD ’ ° rdi ” arJ '- HYMAN ALBRITTON, adV. GEORGIA, Chattahoochee County. YIfHEREAS, William Bagley, Guardian for * the person and property of Sarah J. (former ly Howard) now Walters, orphan of George Howard, deceased, petitions this Court for letters of dism>ssion iront said guardianship. All persons concerned are hereby required to shew cause within the time fixed by law, why said Bagley should not be dismissed from his sai l guar dianship. Given under my hand at office, Oct. 13, 1858. E. G RAIFORD, Ordinary. Oct 18 w6t GEORGIA, Muscogee County. WHEREAS, Thomas J* Davis applies for let ters ot administration de bouis non, with the will annexed of the estate of John E Dtshe roon, deceased, late of said county. All persons concerned, are hereby notified to shew cause, (if any they have) why the adminis tration of said estate should not be granted to said applicant, at the Court of Ordinary, to be held in I and for said county, on the first Monday in De cember next. Given undermv hand this 15rh day of October, 1858. JOHN JOHNSON, Ordinary. Oct 16. w6t GEORGIA Chattahoochee County. 11 ERE AS, 11. P Rogers, applies to me foi ’ ’ letters of Administration on the estate ol Jofiah Bollard, late of said county, deceased. These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular (he kindred and creditors of said de ceased, to be and appear at my office within the time prescribed ty law, .then and there to show cause it any they have why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand at office, Oct.4th, 1858. E. G. RAIFORD, Ordinary. Oct. 7, 1858—w30d GEORGlA—Chattahoochee Couiiy. of Ordinary, October Term 1858. rXTUEBEAS iHilliard J. Williams, administrn ▼ V iator ODt he estate of Jobn{F Williams,dec’d, petitions this Court 10. letters ol remission from said administration: Itis therefore ordered, that all persons concern ed, be required to shew cause. i any they have, within the time presciibed bylaw, why said setters should not be granted. A true transcript from the minutes of said Court, this October 4th. I85 a , Oct. 7. iaig. w—6n K. fi. It 41 FORD, Orri. Stewart & Fountain, ~| sceiri facias, for use of &c. I to remove judgment GW. McDuffie, Adm’.r,'.in Marion Inferior de bonis non ot Bepjamin [ Court, at May Ad- Storv dec’d, and Enoch \ journed Term, 1858. Stoiy. j IT appoaring to tlie Court by the return of the Sherift that Enoch Story, one of the defendants in the above stated case, 13 not to be found in said county of Marion: It is on motion, Ordered, by the Court, That said Enoch Story be served by a publication of this Order once a month for three months before the next term of this court, in Ihe Times \ Senti nel a public gazette of this State, published in the city of Columbus. A true extract from the minutes of said Court, this Juno 17,1858. GEO. W. McDUFFIE, Clerk. July 27,1858—w3m. GEORGlA—Meriwether County. Admin Ist rat or’a Sale.— By virtue [of an order from the Hon. Court’ of Ordinary of Meriwether county, will be sold on ft he first Tues day in December next, before the court house door in the town ol Greenville said county,£Ga. be tween the legal hours of sale, three hundred acres of land more or less, (ihe Widow’s dower except ed)the saraej being ?the premises on which the late John F Hollins, deceased i lasi resided, and consists ol parts of Lots numbers 52, [53, and lot number 75, and ol'eight acres ol’ lot uuinoer 54 all ljing and be ing in the tst district of said county. It is well | improved and possesses the advantage of adjoining ! the Chal> beate Springs place. Also, at the same time and place will be sold eig ,t j negroes tow it—Fate, 22 years old; Jane, 20 year* : o t age, and her two’chiluren, one two years the other : two months old; Nilvey, 18 years of agt ; Lorana, I 15 years of age; Betsey 40 years ot age, and her child 2 years o!d.jj Sold as ihejproperty of the John F Rol j line[deceased. Termsof sale, twelve months with approved secn lity. MALINDA ROLLINS, Adm’x October 9, 185S—wtds. _ GEORGlA—Muscogee County. Court of Ordinary, June Term , 1858. RULE NlSl.—Whereas Timothy G McCrary ad ministrator on the estate ol Wiley W Todd, deceased, having applied for Letters of Diemiseion: It is therefore hereby ordered, That all persons concerned shew cause, if any they have, why said administrator should not be dismissed at the Court of Ordinary to be hell in and for said county on the first Monday in January next, and that this Rule be published in terms of the law. A true transcript from the minutes, ol said court. June 15,1858—wfim JOHN JOHNSON, Ord’ry . j GEOR.GIA—TaIbot countyt RULE NISI. Court of Ordinary, July Term, 1858. ‘YI7’HEREAS, John S. Duncan, administrator of ’ T Franklin Duncan, petitions this Court for let ters of Dismission from said administration: Beit ordered,That all persons concerned be and appear at the February term next ensuing of this Court,then and there to shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. Atrueex traettrom the minutesof this Court, July 24th. 1857. July26th—wCm MARION BETHIJNE,Ord GEORGIA, Chattahoochee County. Court of Ordinary July Term, 1858. RULE? NISI.-— Whereas Samuel D.Harp and Henry J King,.administrators on the estate of Joshua R. McCook, deceased, apply for Letters of Dismission from said administration: It is therefore Ordered, That allpersons concerned shew cause, if any they have, why said letters should not be granted at the Court ol Ordinary to beheld in and for said county on the 2d Monday in January next, and it is further ordered, that this Rule be published in terms of the law. A true transcript from the minutes said Court July 7,1858 July 12—w6m E. G.RAIFORD, Ordinary, Administrator's Sale.— Agreeably to an order ot the honorable Court of Ordinary ol Chattahoochee co.,wi 11 be sold on the Ist Tuesday,in November next,between the legal hours of sale, be fore the Cos art House door in the town of Cssseta, in said county, all ot Lands, together with the Grist and Saw Mills situated thereon, lying in the county aforesaid, belonging to the estate of Lemuel ,\V. Cade, dec’d., containing seven hundred acres more or less, a large portionjof'which is open and in a high state of cultivation. Theplantation is well watered, in almost every part, aud is highly produc* tive. The place has a comfortable dwelling bouse, and all necessary outbui dings thereon, is situated in a beautiful, healthy locality, in ihe midstof an ex cellent neighborhood, two miles south of Jamestown and within six miles of the comity site, aDd poseeses many other advantages altogether desirable. Persons wishing to’purchase are red nested to calland exam ine the premises previous to the day of sale. Terms made known on the day of sale. A. J. PRATHER, , H. M. JENKINB, ( Adm rs. July 20, 1858—wtds. ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS. NORTHERN AND EASTERN MAILS ar riveS 35 A. M. and 3.45 P. M. Close at2and 7 P. M. WESTERN Mail arrives at 3A. M. and 2.50 P. M. Closes at 2 and 7P. M, EUFAULA Mail arrives at 9* A. M. Closes 12 M. STEWART Mail arrives'Mondaye, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9 P. M. Closes Mondays, Wed nesdays and Saturdays at 7 P M. WIIITESVILLE ANDELLESSLIE Mails ar rives Mondays and Thursdays at 6 P. M. Closes same days at 10 A. M. HAMILTON Mail arrives Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays at 6 P. M. Closes same days at 10 A. M. CRAWFORD Mail arrives on Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays at 11 A. M. Closes at 11 A. M. same days. VISTA Mail arrives Tuesdays, at 6 I, M. Closes at 10 A. M. same day. OS WICHE E Mail arrives Tuesdays 6 P. M. Closes 4 P. M. 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Towns Lincoln Whitfield Polk ‘Thursday aft Telfair Whitfield Friday after, Bulloch Thursday aft Telfair ; Monday aft Effingham* MAY. I NOVEMBER Ist Monday, Berrien j Ist Monday, Berrien Gilmer j Milton Randolph ; Randolph Richmond j Richmond Upson Upson 2d Monday, Baker 2d Monday, Baker Bibb Bibb Catoosa ! Catoosa Chatham Muscogee Fannin 3d Monday, Spalding Muscogee Troup 3d Monday Spalding, 4th Monday Calhoun Troup Walker Union j Thursday aft Mclntosh 4th Monday, Calhoun Monday aft Dougherty Towns Liberty Walker Colquitt Monday after Dougherty Monday after Liberty Last Monday, Colquitt and Bryan JUNE. DECEMBER. Ist Monday, Dade Ist Monday, Dade Jefferson Jefferson Milton Thomas Thomas Lowndes 3d Monday, Lowndes [ •After 1858, on 2d and 3d Mondays in February and 3d Monday in August. ‘Tiwo month* after date application will be made A to the Hon. Court of Ordinary of Harris county, Ga. for leave to s*U all the lands Ibelonglng to the estate uf Charles Phillips, late of *ald county, o tc’d. w o ~.a HEN BY IfOPFBTP; Hx*r, October 9, Usß—w2a CLOTHING! CLOTHING! CLOTHING! IflDSnnEB, HIM® & (BOD. No. 195 Broad Street, COLUMBUS, ©A, Are now opening a large and extensive stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, all of theirown manu facture, and made up in the most desirable styles worn this season. Most of the stock having been purchased for CASH, it will enable us to ee l the same tor CASH at lower prices than any other House in the city, for the same quality of goods. Goods sold at this establishment will be found ag represented. We would call particular attention to our stock of GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, it is extensive and embracing every variety. BOYS AND YOUTH’S CLOTHINGS, a full assortment in Store. Large lot of TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, UMBRELLAS LADIES BONNET BOXES, and TRAVELLING TRUNKS, GENTLEMEN’S SHAWLS MUFFLERS, COMFORTS, RAIL-WAY RUGS. 400 Suits Blue Satinett for Traders. 300 “ Kersey for Servants wear. A s this is the Only Cash Clothing Establishment in the City, Buyers for Cash will find it to their interest to give U 9 a call before making their purchases. POSITIVELY NO MEMORANDUM ACCOUNTS kept against purchases made. . Thankful lor past patronage, we hope to merit a continuance of the same. , ROSETTE, MELICK & CO Mr. S. E. LA WHOA, Having taken an interest in the above establishment would be pleasod to see his old friends and acquaintances, and will be ready at all times to serve them. Sept. 20—dw6m. J. H. DANIEL & CO., Have now in £tore and will be constantly receiving during the Fall months, the most Fashionable and approved styles of READY MADE CLOTHING! entirely of their own manufacture, which they claim to surpass any brought to the Southern Market. A LARGE AND CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF GENT’S FURNISHING GOODS, Hats , Caps , Umbrellas , Trunks , Valises , Carpet Bags , Traveling Blankets, Shawls, &c., &c. They also keep constantly on hand an assortment of YOUTH’S CLOTHING, ofthei wn manufacture, ranging from 10 L, 18 years. CLOTHS, CASSIMERES AND VESTINGS, of the latest styles and greatest variety, manufactured to order in styles to suit patrons. A large Stock of SUBSTANTIAL GOODS for laboring men. Sept 29, 1858—dwtf. J. H. DANIEL &, CO. * 123 Broad Street, Columbus, Georgia. FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, President. JohnC. Breckenridge,of Kentucky, Viee-Presid’nt Lewis Cass, of Michigan, Secretary of State. Howell Cobb, of Georgia, Sec’y of the Treasury. Jacob Thompson, of Miss. Sec’y of the Interior. John B. Floyd, of Va., Secretary of War. Isaac Toucey, of Conn., Secretary of the Navy. Aaron V. Brown, of Tenn., Postmaster General. Jeremiah S. Black, of Pa. Attorney General. JUDICIARY-SUPREME COURT. Roger B. Tanev, Baltimore, Wd. Chief Justice, appointed 1836—Salary $6,500. John McLean, Cincinnati, Ohio, Associate Jus tice, appointed in 1829—Salary $6,000. James M. Wayne, Savannah, Ga, Associate Justice, appointed 1839—Salary $6,000. John A. Campbell, Mobile, Ala., Associate Jus tice) appointed 1852—Salary $6,000. John Catron, Nashville, Tenn., Associate Jus tice, appointed 1837—Salary $6,000. Peter V. Daniel, Richmond, Va., Associate Jus* tice, appoinied 1841—Salary $6,000. Samuel Nelson, Cooperstown, New York, As sociate Justice, appointed 1845—Salary $6,000. Nathan Clifford, Portland, Me , Associate Jus tice, appoinied 1857—Salary $6,000. .. Robert C. Grier, Pittsburg, iPa., Associate Jus tice, appointed 1846—Salary $6,000. Benj. C. Howard, Baltimore, Md. Reporter, ap pointed 1843—Salary $1,300. The Supreme Court is held in the City of Wash ington, and has one session annually, commene ing on the first Monday in December. STATE OF GEORGIaT J E Brown, Governor. J H Steele, Secretary Executive Department. John B Campbell, do do M W McComb, do do L J Aired, Messenger. E P Watkins, Secretary of State* ’ John B Trippe, Treasurer. Peterson Thweatt, Comptroller General. James A Green, Surveyor General. John F Condon, State Librarian. John E Ward, President of the Senate. J W H Speaker of H. Representatives ‘■ Alex M Speer, Clerk House Representatives. William Turk, Principal Keeper Peniientiary. Benjah S Carswell, Ass’t. do do H J G Williams, Inspector of Penitentiary. Wm A Williams, Book Keeper do Dr Tomlinson Fort, Physician do Dr T F Greene, Sup. and Res. Phy. Lun Asylum. ’ Dr T Fort, B P Stubbs and Dr L Strohecker, Trus tees Lunatic Asylum. I SUPREME COURT FOR THE CORREC TION OF ERRORS. Joseph H Lumpkin, Judge—Term expires 1863. Charles J McDonald, Judge— do 1861. Henry L Benning, Judge— do 1859. I B Y Martin, Reporter. R E Martin, Clerk, First District— Composed of the Eastern and Middle Judicial Circuits, at Savannah, on the second Monday in January, and June in each year. Second District —Composed of the Macon, South Western and Chattahoochee Judicial Cir cuifs, at Macon, on the 4th Monday in January, and 3d Monday in June in each year. Third District Composed of the Flint, Coweia, Blue Ridge, and Cherokee Judicial Cir cuits at Atlanta, on the 4th Monday in March and second Monday in August in each year. Fourth District—Composed of fhe Western and Northern Judicial Circuits, at Athene, on ttie fourth Monday in May and fourth Monday in November in each year. Fifth District— Composed of the Ocraulgee and Southern Judicial Circuits, at Milledgeville, on the second Monday in May and November in each year *Note.—Th# Patanla Circuit is attached to 2d Supreme Court District; Brunswick, to the Ist; Tallapoosa to the 3d. — GEORGIA, Muscogee county. TWO month* after date, application will be made to the Court of Ordinary of Muecogce County, tor leave to sell the real estate ot Eliza beth Worsham, deceased. J. M. DEW SO Adm’r. Sept. 14th, 1859. sep2ow2m. TWO months after date application will be made to the Court o! Ordinary of Muscogee County, for leave to sell a negro woman by the name of Columbia, belonging to George C. 8. Slack, orphan,and Mrs. Mary A. Jordan. COLUMBUS M. JORDAN, Gat. 4,1W8—•aaxdign. j UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. ’ X. COLLEOIATB DEPARTMENT, OR I MILITARY GOLIuIGI. ! J BERRIEN LINDSLEY.MD..D D.,Chsn i cellor.of the University, and Professor of Chemia- I try and Geology. Col. B. R JOHNSON, Superintendent of the i Military College and Professor of Engineering. JAS. k. HAMILTON, A. M., Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and Astrono my. J. H. STEWART, A. M., Professor ofGreek and Latin Languages and Literature. F. L. J. iHYSSENS, A. M., Professor ol rrench and Drawing. G. S. BLACKIE, A. M., M. D., Professor of Botany and Natural History. Hev. UOYTE, A. M., M. D., Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature. C. K. WINSTON, M. D., Surgeon. The 1* tret Term oi the next Academic year com mences ou the 20th of September, and the Sec ond Term 14th of February. | Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants’ attendance, and use of arms, SIOO per term Matriculation Fee, $5. Students are re quired to furnish their rooms, which can be done at a moderate charge, by rent or purchase. En gineering, French, Spanish, German, Drawing, Book Keeping and Fencing, each $lO per Term oi twenty weeks. In the regular Collegiate Course, the ancient j reputation of the University for Scientific snd ; Classical Scholarship will be maintained,and at the same time, every facility afforded those who j desire to pursue a partial course Besides the I four regular College Ciasses, there is also a pre ! paratory class. Students under 14 years o age will not be admitted. By the aid of Military Discipline, effective gov* ; eminent is established, and health, physical cul l ture, good order and industrious habits are promo | ted For Catalogues, or additional information, ap ply to any member of the Faculty. II MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. { O ESSION 1858-9. —The 7th Annual Course of ! O Lectures in th s Institution will commence on Monday the 2d of November next, and continue ; till the first ol the ensuing March. ; Thomas R. Jennings, M. D., Professor of An ; atomy. j J. Berrien Lindsley, M. D., Professor ofCbem l istnr and Pharmacy. | C. K Winston, M. D., Professor of Materi* Me dina and Medical Jurisprudence. A* H. Buchanan, M. D., Professor ofSugical Anatomy and Physiology. John M. Watson, M. D., Professor of Obstet rics and the Diseases of Women and Children. ! Paul F. Eve, M. D.,Professor oi Principles and | Practice of Surgery. W. K. Dowling. M. D., Professor of Insti j tutes and Practice of Medicine. Wm T. Briggs, M. D.. Adjunct Professor and Demonstrator of A natomy. The Anatomical Rooms will be opened for etu* dents on the first Monday in < >ctober, (the sth.) A preliminary course of lectures, free to all students, wilt be given by the Professors com mencing also on the first Monday in October. The Tennessee State Hospital under the Di rection of the Faculty is open to the Class free of charge. A Clinique has been established in connection with the University, at which operations are per* lormed and cases prescribed lor and lectured upon in presence of the Cla^. Amount of Fees tor Lectures is $105; Matricu lation fee (paid once only) $5; Practical Anatomy, $10; Graduation Fee, $25 Good boarding can be procured for $3 to $4 per week. For lurther information or Catalogue apply to W. K BOWLING; Naahville, Tenn., July 1858 Dean of the Faculty. August sth, 1858.—wtw2t+ TWO months after publication of thia notice , application will be omade to the Court of Ordinary of Muscogee ctunty, for leave to sell the negroes belonging o the estates of John M. Russell, and Sarah E. Russell, deceased. JAMES M. RUSSELL, Admr*. Oct. 7, 1858—w2m Notice to debtors & creditors.— All person* holding demands against the estate of Eld rid ee Adams, de’d, late of Talbot County, Ga. are hereby notified to present them, properly authenticated, within the time prescribed by law, and all persons indebted to said estate will please make Immediate payment, JOH* B.BARE*sDAt*R, Ad’r Os to her 6th, U*S— w4od