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■ OlitlME VI.
Jackson Sheriff's Sale.
, be sold, at public out-cry. to the highest
l\ on 'be first Tuesday in January
' ‘ rc the Court House door in the town of
i Jackson county. Ha., within the legal
M dc. the following property, to-wit:
I , .iter uin a tract of land, situate, lying
‘ , >■ '.i county of Jackson, containing
1 r e <' .mres. more or less, and known as
' u ' Holliday place, on the road from
f "'l'''i awreiiceville. and adjoining lands of
i (’raw'ford W. Long, Hale and others,
i i, o ,nli Oconee river. On said place there
| piling and out-houses, and one tenant
M orchards, &c. About sixty or seventy
cultivation, twenty of which is good bot
-1 i~n the creek and river, the remainder is
".f,,,: an d forest. Levied on and sold as the
P' V' vof John W. Holliday, to satisfy a fi. fa.
I Vi from Jackson Superior Court, at the Feb
‘, n „ 1575, ill favor of \V m. Haguewood vs.
i W. Hollidav. Said fi. fa. now con
f 'i'hV Charles F. Holliday, administrator of
v .M. Holliday, deceased. Written notice
. i'Vn (.'roll’ Wills, tenant in possession, as the
tS ’ T. A. McELHANNON, Sh’ff.
jjGBL Jackson County.
Whereas. 1. T. Austin has applied to me, in
L-,er form, for Letters of Guardianship of the
thousand property of L. E. House and Mattie
[ollsc , minors of 1. H. House, dcc’d—
' Xhis is to cite all persons concerned, next of kin,
c v to show cause, if any they can, on the first.
Monday in January. 1881, at the regular term of
i|,e Court of Ordinary of said county, why said
I etters of Guardianship should not be granted the
(' •veil under my official signature, Dec. Ist,
ilW o > 11. W. BELL, Ord'y.
j \ HOKGI A, Jackson County.
Whereas, J. W. Strickland and John T. Pittman
Ls applied to me, in proper form, for Letters of
Administration upon the estate of Cynthia Parks,
late of said county, dec'd—
This is to cite all persons concerned, kindred
land creditors, to show' cause, if any, at the regu
lar term of the Court of Ordinary of said county,
on the first Monday in January, 1881. why said
[letters should not le granted the applicants.
Given under my official signature, December
Ist, 1880. H. W. BELL, Or^ry.
\\AY S v 4! kvVc.
]JY virtue of an order of the Superior Court of
) Jackson county, passed December'Oth. 18S0.
will be sold, on the first Tuesday in Jsimary next,
during the legal hours of sale, befyf'e the Court
House <loor, in said county, a tr.yF of land situ
ated in said county, on the Nortl\A s f ;ern Railroad,
about a half a mile north of NiJiolson, known as
the John A. Strickland tract, the place cn which
[Martha A. Strickland resided at the time of her
doath, and containing one hundred acres, more or
less. On said place there is a dwelling house, a
well and some out-buildings. A bout twenty-five
acres in cultivation, remainder in old field and
cfigiiiftl forest. Sold for benefit of distributees.
Terms cash. J. B. SILMAN,
W. 0. HOWARD,
W. f. PIKE,
bee. Oth, 1880. Receivers.
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'( SI.OO For Six Months.
W hercas. W.S. Flanegan. Administrator on thcr
estate of Julia Y. Bcrson, lale of said county, de
cease !. applies for leave to sell the lands belonging
to said deceased*—
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and creditors, to show cause, if any, why said
leave should not lve granted the applicant at tho'
regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said
county, on the tirst Monday in February, 1 SSI.
Given under my official signature, this Decem
ber tilth. ISSO. 11. \v. BELL, Ord’y.
lIGRGt.4, Jaeksua t'onuij.
N\ herea M. I'. Dalton applies tome, in proper'
form, lor Letters of Administration upon the es
tate pi 1 lies. Dalton, late of said county, dec’d—
i ids i< incite n'i conn-rued, kindred ntui cvedi
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Jackson Sherij)"s Sale.
\\r ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in Febrti
' T ary. 1881. within the legal liours of sale,
before the Court House door, in the town of Jef
ferson. Jackson county, the following property,
to-wit: One hundred and eighty acrest of land,
more or less, lying in sa*fcounty, on tie waters
of the Oconee river, lands c* (*. \V.
Hayes, A. D. Mtfrtin. Qk4cb (jtiYrison aim others,
and known as till old Samu(d£Harlan plain Said
tract ofland tolerably and now
occupied by N. G. and G. Trout. Levied on
as tlie property Mary Gi'Trout. Executrix of
the last will andlcsUmcnt of W. 11. Trout, de
ceased, to satisfy a ti fa. issued from the Superior
Court of said county in favor of \Y. S. Thompson
* Son against said' Mary <J. Trout. Executrix
aforesaid, to satisfy said fi. fa., which said li. fa.
is now controlled by N. G. Trout. Property
pointed out by N. G'Trout, transferee. Written
notice served on tenants in possession, as the law
directs. T. A. McELHANXON. Sh’ft.
Adm inistrator s Sale.
AGBKKABLE to an order from the Court of
Ordinary of J r Ijgon county. Ga., 1 will sell
at public onto*', f liic tJwn of Jefferson, before
j the Court Hoiafe dorr. vmthii/the legal hours of
| sale, on the lirft Tucsda# in February. ISBI, tho
j following property, to-rfa: Y tra. s'oY land con
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' Maysville Gal. uniinpfbved about two
hundred and fifty yaris from the wlepot. on tho
Nor tli caster n Tla ilro aa. and of Dr. Al-'
exander. Atkins and others. Sold as the proper
ty’- of Amanda Eoggin, dcc’d, for
among the heirs of Said dcchi. Terms cash.
C. M. WOOD. Adin’r
of Amanda Loggia, dec’d.
3ST O TTISr CJ EIN2IE IST TS
To the. Voter* o/ Jackson Qeiivty:
The undersigned respectfully announces him
self a candidate idf- Sheriff of the county of Jack
son. with Wm. vf urn:, of Newtown District,
as Deputy ' Sheri ffi, Mr faithful services to tho
people of the county for s=x years in the Legisla
ture 1 respectfully reftr to as a certain guarantee
that, in case of mr election, their rights shall never
su ft' er . ; GREEN R. DUKE.
We are -authorised to announce the name of;
XIIOVAS A. M< EIiIIANNON as a candidate
f, : v re-election to the otlice of Sheriff of Jackson
county, at tho approaching election in January
next, with S. E. DaiLey as Deputy Sheriff.
I’announce myself as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Ordinary of Jackson county at tho
Respectfully, 11. W. BELL.
1 respectfully announce myself as a candidate
for the office of Ordinary of Jackson county, at
the approaching election in January next. 1 shall
do my best fb make a faithful and efficient officer
' if elected. Respectfully.
N. W. (J A IIITHERS.
At the solicitation of many friends, 1 announce
j myself as a candidate for Ordinary of Jackson
j county, at the election in January next, promis
| !ii!t. if elected, to perform the duties of said offico
. according to the best of my ability. .
Tl O. WILLIAMS.
FOR TAX RECEIVER.
We are authorized to announce the name of W.
P. BOGGS as a suitable candidate for the office
of Tax Receiver of Jackson county, at the elec
tion in January next.
We are authorized to announce the nim of J.
W. N. LANIER as a candidate for the office of
Tax Receiver of -Jackson county, at. the ensuing
election to be held for county officers.
FOP. TAX COLLECTOR.
To the Voter* of Jackson County: Through
the influence of many voters, i hereby announce
my name as a candidate for the office of Tax Col
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to the letter. J A MES M* SA 1 LERS.
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at the ensuing election for comity officers. !
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the office to the best of my ability.
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support of the citizens of the countv.
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FOR CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT.
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Jackson county, at the approaching election in
January next. THOMAS S. JOHNSON.
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Jackson county at tho ensuing election.
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at the approaching election in January next.
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