(BIIC Jllftllf ttcl (lilt;
BYE. M. GOODMAN.
She Marietta gWvwi’te.
The Weekly Advocate
la publisluid every Friday Morning at
$2 00 a year iu Advance,
Rates of Advertising.—Wo have ad
vanced our rates for legal advertising
in accordance with the action of the
Convention of the Weekly Press as fol
Citatiana for letters of adrn's’tidn $4 00
“ “ “ dismissory 700
Leave to se’l land and negroes .7 00
Notice to Debtors and Creditors 500
Sales of land or negroes 10 lines or
less 7 50
Oh all other advertising, except by
special Contract fur one or mor« months,
the advance wilt be'lifty per cent on
Notice to Debtor* and. Creditor,'.
ALL persons having demands against the es
tate of John E. Price, late of Pickens
county, deceased., aro requested to present
them, properly made cut, wittin the time pre
scribed by law ; and all persons indebted to
said estate, are hereby required to make im
mediate pay men t. April 7 ’63.
WM, GODFREY. Adm’r.
WILL BE SOLD on the first Tues
day in June next, before H-v Courthouse door
in the city of Marietta. Cobb county, between
the legal hours of sale, lots o-V.and, nos. 77. 78,
ten acres of the south half of 79, west half of
13S, 139, cast halfof 14b, and 151, al> in the llith
district and 2nd section, containing in the whole
210 acres, more or less, and known as Reuben
M. Benson's place. Also, will be sold six Ne
groes. viz : Ben., about 18 years old ; Emalisa,
about 31) years and child : Dony about 9 years
old: Henry, about 7 years : Lawn-nee. about
5 years; and Lucinda about 3 years. Sold by
order of the Court of Ordinary of Cobb county,
as the property of Enoch M. Hvr.s,*n. decease.*!,
for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said
deceased. Terms made known on the day of
sale; This April 1 L 1863. •
REUBEN LATIMER, Adm’r.
Cherokee Sheriff Sales-
WILL be'xo’-J before the Court House doojin
the town o! C’.intuii on the first Tuesday in June
next within the legal hours of safe the follow
ing property to-wit:
Defendants interest, it being two thirds inter
est in Lots of Land Nos. 433, 431. 505, 506. 507.
508 and 576, in the 15th Dist.. 2d Sect. Also 1
Skew-bald lu.-rse. T two hosse Waggon, Buggy
and harness, levied on the property of Richard
Meager to satisfy afi f» issued from the Infe
rior Court of Cherokee County- in f.vor of Isaac
McConnell vs said Meager.
Also one estray horse 6 or 7 y •!■'. with a
star Li-- ia forehead -ab at 5 feet high with a scar
across his fsrehead. April If '63.
JAMES A FOWLER. Sh'ff.
Georgia- Cherokee County.
WHEREAS Lemuel Cook, applies to me
for letters of adiuinislrati .n upon the
estate of Elijah Underwood, late of .said county .
These are Rjcrefora to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred atjd creditors of said
deceased, to be and appear at my office, within
the time prescribed by law. to show cause if
any they have, why said letters of administra
tion should not be granted the applicant.
Given under my hand and offieia* signature,
this Slav 9. 1863.
JAMES JORDAN. Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Cherokee County.
WHEREAS, Mary Putnam. applies to me
for letters of administration upon the
estate of Thos W Putnam late of caid county de
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
an<l singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased. to file their objections if any they
Save, in my oiliee. within the time prescribed
bv law. otherwise letters of administration will
bi granted the applicant.
Given under my hand, as Ordinary, this 9th
Muv, 1863. -
' " JAMES JORDAN, Ord’y.
TFt.ij.le IST isi.
GEORGIA, I Court of Ordinary, )
Cobb County. I Ft 'b- Regular Term 1863 )
It appearing to the Court by the petition of.
James IL Alexander, that Charles J. McDonald,
deceased, late of said county, did in his lifetime
enter into an agreement in writing with James
fl, Alexander, as partners to build and con
struct a Corn A Flour Mill on sweet water creek
in Campbell County, in said State, on es
hind the property of said Charles J. Mgßuald
decease J, to-wit: parts ot lots includ?»ff’Nos.
164,166. 167 and 163, in the first district of said
'county. containing in the aggregate two huu
'dred acres, more or less, by which said Charles
J. McDonald agreed to make to James 11. Alex
ander warrantee titles to one half interest in
said Lands and Mills and appurtenances, upon
-Jama’ IL Alexander complying with the terms
afsaid agreement. And it further' appearing
the. Court, that James 11. Alexander has com
plied with said ngreementTis to three eighths
of said agreement and that the remaining five
eighths have been taken possession of and sold
by the Executors of said Charlei J. McDonald,
Therefore all persons concerned are hereby
notified and required to file their objections, if
any they have in my office within the time pre
scribed by law, why the Executors’ of said C. J.
.McDonald, deceased, should not be ordered to
execute letters to James IL Alexander to the
said three eighths interests in said Mill and Lands
Ami it is furtherj ordered that a copy of this
Rule be published in the -‘Marietta Advocate,"
-si public newspaper of this County,
for the space of three months.
JNO. G CAMPBELL. Ord’y.
A true extract from the Minutes of tho Court
this March 2. 1863.
JOHN G. CAMPBELL,
Ex Officio Clerk, C. O.
Wanted to Hire.
Wanted to lure, by the day, for
Fifteen or Twenty Days, and perhaps longer,
THREE on FOUR able-bodied Negro me i, tor
which the Itiglmst cash price will be paid.
\pplv inimmHately to the Advocate Office.
May 12 - . 1>63.
MARIETTA, GA., FRIDAY, MAX 2-2, 1883.
| ADMINISTRATORS SALE.
f WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in June
I next, before the court house door in 'liltor.
j county lot of land whereon Ferdinand Jett, rest
ded at the time cf his death. Number not rec
olected. situated one and a half miles from Ros
u ell. Sold for Ihe benefit of the heirs iinddred
itors. Terms on the duv. April 20. 1863.
*A.R. HICKS. Ex or.
ANNIE JETT, Ex trix.
Clerks Office of Inferior Court.
ALL persons concerned atv liernr notified
thatS, 11. MeClesky, a the Peace
in and for the 611th district G. M.. transmits to
•mo the following certificate, as an Estray dark
Brindle Bull, unmarked, supposed to be three
years old this spring, appraised by R. R. Bryan,
and 11. JL Roberson to be worth twenty-five
dollars. A I rue extract from the Estray Book.
Thi- Ajn-il J 1. lt<"L
W. W. CARRELL. C. I. C.
Isaac Sewell 1
vs I „ .. • .
Clillord <V Leann. j Bill for Revision Ac,
Dan. S. Anderson.
John Ji. .VcAfeft. I
It appearing to the Court that the Defendants
Clifford & Beann, resides oui of this State. It
is ordered that by the next term of this Court,
they plead answer and demur, not demuring
alone, or that the bill in above case be taken
pro ron/e.v.so as to them, ami that this order be
put upon the minutes of Court, and be publish
ed once a month far four months in the J/.nietta
Advocate, which shall constitute sufficient .ser
vice of the same.
GEORGE D. RICE. Judge S. C.
A .rue extract from the minutes of Lobb Su
perior Couit th: • April J’tu 1863.
DILLARD M. YOUNG, Clerk.
'5 S7TIEREAS. S. J. Ramsey administrator nn
» » the estate of Samuel Thompson late of
said .-ounty, deceased, applies to me for lette:S
of dismission from the administration of said
These are therefore to c;l ? and admonish all
and singular tho-e concerned to file their objec
tions, if any they have, in my office.on or before
the second Mom .ay in July next, otherwise
letters of dismission will be granted the appli
cant at that term of the Court of Ordinary for
Given under my hand at office, in Marietta
this January 1 1863.
J. G. CAMPBELL, Ordinary.
Georgia- Cobb L'aunty.
WHEREAS. John Gann, Guardian of Peni
na, (--.-i.-ge A JepthaGana. applies to me
for dismissi /a from said guardianship.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular those concerned to file their objec
tions, if any they have, in my office on or betorc
the first Monday iu APRIL next, olb--rwi.se
letters of Dismission will be granted the
applicant at that term of the Court ot Ordinary.
iiiven under iuy hand, at office, this 11th
1 ebruary. 1863.
J. G. CAMPBELL.
Georgia Cobb County:-
WIIEREAS, John Gann administrator de
bonis non with the will annexi <l. of John
Steward deceased, late of said coumy, applies
to me for dismission from his administration.
These are therefore, to cite and adnionish all
ami singular those oneerned to file their objec
tions. if any they have, in my office on or before
the Ist Monday in July next, otherwise
letters of administration will be granted the ap
plicant at that term of the Court of Ordinary of
Given under my hand, at office, this 29th
43 JNu. G. CAMPBELL, Ordinary.
TWO MONTHS after date upplicas
tion will be mads to the Ordinary of
Cebb County for leave to sell the
Lands belonging to the estate of
William B. Dunn deceased.
S. R, MgCLESKY, *d,ar.
April, 1G 1863.
WILL BE SOLD ou the first
Tuesday In June next, before the Court house
door, iu the city of Marietta, Cobb county, be
tween the legal hours of sale. One negro wo
man, about ”Byears old, named Mary, who is a
a good washer and ironer. Sold by order of
the Court of Ordinary of Cobb county, as the
property of P. 11. Prather, deceased, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceas
ed. Terms on day of sale, this 14th day of
THOS. E. K ING, Ex’ors. •
ALL PERSONS having demands
against the estate of Mathew Varner, deceased,
arc requested to ]n-csent them properly attest
ed, v. : ; hin the time prescFiced by law. to the
umlcrsigned : and all persons indebted to said
estate, are reminded to nidke immediate pay
ment- This aprii 14th l<->63, •
SAILIII Gi VAiiNER, Exes.
ALL PERSONS having demands
against the estate of William N. Dunn, deceased
are requested to present them properly attested
within fbe time prescribed by law, to the under
signed, and nil persons indebted to said estate,
lire requested to make immediate payment.
: This ApriHl, 1763 8. R. M’CLESKV, Admr.
NANCY' DUNN, Adm>-.
BY' virtue of an order from the Court of Or
dinary of Pickens County- will be sold or/
the first Tuesday next at the Cour
House door. In 'paid county, belwpen the legal
hours of sale, the trad of whereon John
E‘Price resided at the time, of his death, con
taing 160 acriismore or lessi, kjiown as lot No.,
J 53, in 12th dist., anti 2d aeStion. Said land be
ing tolerably well improved. Terms nffldc
known on day sale.
May I. 1863.
GEORGIA, Miltoii. County.
TWO MONTHS after date, appli
cation will be made to the court of Ordinary
' of Milton county, for leave to sell the Lands
belonging to the estate of Abner Phillips Sr.,
late oi said eountv. deceased.
ANDREW PHILLIPS, adm’r.
April. 2n.l 'C3.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons having demands against the es
tate of William Pitts deceased, arc requested to
present them properly attested, within lhe time
prescribed by law, to the undersigned, and all
persons indebted to said estate are reipiested to
make immediate payment. This April 14 r 63
S. R. McCLESKY. adm’r.
Notice lo Debtors and Creditors.
A 1.1. persons having demands against ths es
late of Suiuui-l Lovele.-s. late of Pickens
county., aie requested to present them to the
undersigned, properly attested, within the time
prescribed by law : and ail persons indebted to
said deceased ate required to make immediate
payment. Apr.l.7. 1863.
T. M. JOHNSON’, adm’r:
By virtue o( an order from the Court of Ordi
nary of Pickens County, will be sold on the
first Tuesday in June next at the Court House
in said county, between lhe legal hours o! sale
the land wheieon George I?. Edwards resided
at the tins'- of his death being 50 acres of lot
No.. 17. in the I3th di-trict an I 2d section said
place i- Well improved. Terms cash. This
April 7 1863.
R. B. M< CUTCHEN, rdm'r.
Ail persons'having demands against fhc es
tate of Jane A. Smith, lute of Cobb County, de
ceased. are requested to present them, proper
ty attested, to ihc undersigned, within the time
pn sc Ibed by law; and all persons indebted to
said estak are. required to make immediate
payment. This 27th April. 1853.
NOEL B. KNIGHT Adm'r.
Geoi'gia. CcM County. .
IVIIEREAS. Benjamin Bullard, applies to me
’ I for letters ot Ailministration on the estate
of Williamson Rav. late of said county, deceas
These are therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular those concerned, to file their objec
tions. if any they have, in my office, on the
first Monday in June n< xt. why slid let
ters of administration should not be granted
"Witness my hand and official signature, this
27th April. isß3.
JNO. G. CAMPBELL, Ord'y
GEORGIA, Paulding county.
WIIEREAS, James Cantrell applies to
me for letters of administni’ion upon
the estate of James Rogers, late of said
These are therefore to cite nnd admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said,
deceased, to file their objections, if any they
'lave, in my office on or before the first Monday
in June next, otherwise letters *of adminis
tration will be granted the applilffint at tliat
term of the Court of Ordinary for said county,
Given under my hand and official signature,
this April 27th 1863.
S. B. McGREGOR, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Paulding County;
WHEREAS. J. L. Kiker. applies to
me for. letters of administratin upon
ihe estate of V. iL Dukes, late of said county
These are therefore, to cite and reqiiire-’all
and singular, ail persons concerned, to be and
appear lit my office, in Dallas, on the .first
Monday in June iy-xt, to show cause if any
they have, why said letters should not be
granted ’.lie applicant.
Given under my hand and offieia! signature
this 27th April 1863.
S. B. McGREGOR,Ord'y
GEORG-IA, Paulding County.
'TTriIEREAS, M-rtlm Matthews, applies to
W me for letteis of administration upon
the estate of W. J. Mathews, late of said
These are therefore to cite and Admonish all
and singular ilio kindred and creditors of said
deceased to file their .-iyectionsifany they have
in.al&e. on or befomMi' 3nd Monday in June
ndxWTtherwisa Li4tc;-s of Administration will
be granted the iqiplicaiit.
Given under my hand and official signature
this April 27th 1863.
S. B. McGREGOR Ord'y.
Notice to Debtors and Credito* s-
\LL persons having demands against the Es
tate of J. S. Picken-, late of Cobb county
deceased are requested to present them proper
ly attested to the undersigned within the .time
prescribed by law. and all persons indebted to
said estale are requested to make immediate pay
meat, April 271 b. J''‘ - -3.
Many I’. Pickens. Adm'x.
GEORGIA, Cul-b County:
WHEREAS. E. L. Litchfield, applies for
letters of administration upon the es
tate olV'ii ’ ini T. Shelton, late of said county
These arc therefore to cite all persons con
cerned to be and-appear at the Ordinary's Oiliee
on Hie first Monday in June next, to
shot, cause if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted ’the applicant.
Given under my band and .official signature
this 27th April. 1863.
J. G. CAMPBELL, Ordinary.
GEORGIA, Cobb County. '•
WIIEREAS. Williiqn L. Gault. applies to
me for 'letters of Guardianship of the
persons nnd projierty el' Caldcnia and 11c
bomia Loverton, orphans. 1
These are therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular these concerned, to file their objec
tions, if tiny they have. |n my office, otherwise
letters of ’< Jun/diaivhlp will be grunted the
applicant. L x
Given iind'-r my hand at office, this April
271 b 1863.
,1. G. CAMPBELL. Drdinnfy
LIFE AND FIRE.
INSURANCE COM PAN Y.
. CAPITAL $500,000.
Lynchburg Hose and Fire Insur
ance Company" ~ .
• CAPITAL, $200,000
RISKS taken on favorable terms.
W. F. GROVES, Agent.
Marietta. ov<»L<rl3, Jt(.2, 40 ■ ts
C CONTINUES lhe practice of his profession
> in all its branches, and solicits thc.pntron
ageof those who will pay tlieh bills tipon pre
sentation, and consider them presented when
the operations are finishe<L
I am compelled to adhere mot trictly tc
lhe cash system, in order to comply yself with
lhe demands of others.’
,7J9“ OFFICE over the Post Offic
Marie.ti, Feb. 4tb, 1862.
A Tract of Twenty-fire acres, on the "Western
A Atlantic R. R.. IJ miles below Marietta,
house ol four rooms two fire places. Darn,
.Smoke-house «tc. About six acres cleared,
Small Orchard and Vineyard of selected trait.
l*ie remainder of lhe laud well timbered. Ap
HAVE now *n hand a good supply of _
Soothing Syro\»£or Children Teething
Wistar’s Balsam of Wild Cherry,
Ayers’ Cherry Pectoral,. -
“ Ague Cure,
HEBREW PLASTER ■
McAlister’s All Healing Ointment,
Vernon’s Celebrated Eye water,
And all the leading articles iu the Drug k Med
Th® FletQMr House.
HAVING lately taken possesion of
the House formerly called llu? Fletcher
Hdusc, but more recently knowu as ihc
Kennesaw House, and having- associu*.
ted in its Supcrintcndance C<>l. V. M.
WHITE, I would respectfully an
nounce to my former friends and pnt»
rons and the public generally, that the
House will be opened the ensuing week
for the reception of Boaiders and the
travelt-.ig pub ic and that no effort will
be spared to give to all the must ample
satisfaction. July id, 1862.
28-ts DIX FLETCHER.
All Letters on business will be address
ed ta FLETCHER .1 WHITE Marietta. Ga.
Georgia Cobb County:
BY virtue of an order from the Ordinary of
said County, there will be sold on the Ist
Tuesilay in June next, bek-re the Court House
door in the city of Mariella, one negro woman
Margarett. about twenty-seven years and six
months <>L‘. In accordance to the last will and
testament of Joseph T. Howze, late of said
county deceased tor the benefit of t lit? heirs and
creditors of said deceased. Terms Cash. This
April 29th 1863.
JOHN GANN, Ex’or.
Geoi’gia> Pickens .County.
WHEREAS. L. W. Hall, applies
to tne for letters of administration upon
th«K>state of John IL . d late of said county de
The ,e are iherefore. to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to be and appeal;at my office, within
the time prescribed by law. to show cause it
any they hate, why said letters should not be
granted' flu- applicant.
Given under mv hand, at office, this April 20lh
\V II Simmons. O‘<ly.
TWO MONTHS after date applica*
tion will be made to the Ordinary of
Cobb County for leave to sell the.
Land belonging to the estate of Wm?
S. 11. Me 2 LESKY, Adm’ar.
April. 16 1863.
VOL. XX—NO 20.
- -A-TSt ID
I,still keep up ns jar ns .the exi
gencies of the time - W.JI alrwi; S:<>cks,xif Drr
Goods and Groceries, nt m v sc veial Stores.
I know that it is hnposmlde tj iß oid fr-n; nn’-
thinking people charges of “Extortin,.” whet) vo<t
keep anything to sell. Rut any on- cnns-ion Jit ■
fsfy himself if he will p« in» f , t| J( , Market nr 1 >mr
chase, whether he can sell Good* an'’cheaper tlmri
on and bye I cannot prevent the advance o7
prices ata o i keep up my stocks, mint nuv the
advance and charge it to my customers. Ido not
buy goods and hold them for higher pricey, but of
for them, ar soon as pniv.hascti to tnv en*t*>rueri
and ain tints neither Sprciilntor nor ExHorti'iner’
but study to presi rve the charctor of a Merchant
n class of men as ...,.,ent!al to the the welfare of
society as any other. »
I promise my customers to buy where I can buy
cheadcst and to sell at reasonable advances npoti
the cost. '
E ’ P I GE 2L.
T. S. PO WELL,
“Succe or to Markley k Bro,
Tn addition to his usual stack, has
just recci/ed and offers for sale,
English and American Pins.
Ivory I'ibc Combs at low prices,
Dressing anJ Rocket Combs,
White Wash Brushes, all sizes,
Blacking, in Boxes and Cans.
Gui’dc-'u andFlowor Seed*
Catsup—English Mustard in
141 b Cans.
SCOTCH and MACCABQY SNUFFS.
Venitian Red—Spanish Brown—
Chrome Green—Chrome Yellow.
Prime Rio Coffee,
Nutmegs, Clovesand Mace.-
Borax Epsom Salts Copperas
Cream Tartai'— Suda, andE«senco of
BIA NK & Memo. Books of all qnah
Copy Books,* Primers, Sealing W ax,’
Writing Papers, Envelopes, Pens and
BIBLES and TESTAMENTS
from common to very fine.
POETICAL WORKS of Cowper. Milton.. Mo«t«,
Pope and Thompson,
SHAKES PEA RES; complete works.
MEDICAL TEXT BOOKS.
Ui<xixoT e .«s.
A-n oxeellent article of Pure Co< oiac Brandy;
Wolfs Best Wine, Ac. <ie.
Jolni T. ZU£.o"vi
» Gono r»I Agent,
Jan’y 9.186 g. ’ tc.