DOW DRISK TO-KIOUT.
1 loft ray mother in th« dt>or.
Thrir elasped hands and Wring *><*■
Forbade their doubts to hide.
1 loll and mot with oomreda gay,
When themoon brought oat her light.
Bong y.«. IO.ro »*»? «*>•* <•>** tr
Tint, ohthose words are with me yet.
And will not pans away.
I see my mother's loving fees,
With goodness radiant, bright,
A »d hear her words ring in mine ear*,
“ Don’t drink, my boy, to-night'’
My mother is now resting sweet
! n the graveyard on the hill;
lint mother’s words come bade to me
And haunt «▼ memory s*Ul,
l’ro often, often passed the cop :
Oh! then my heart waa right,
Because I hear the warning words,
“ Don’t drink, my My, to-night.”
I’ve now paused dowu the road of life.
And soon my rare is run,
A mother's warning listened to.
An immortal crown is won.
Ob, mothers, with your blessed smile.
Look on your boys so bright.
And say as von alone can say,
‘ ‘My boy, don’t drink to-night."
Those words will prove a warning when
lu the thorny paths of life.
The lxjy is in tbo tempter’s whiles,
Aud waning in the strife.
These words will stop tho morning cup,
And the revelry at night,
By whispering back a mother's v«im,
“Don’t drink, my boy, to-night."
[Six Great Remedies.
I Montgomery & Shaw's Column,
i To Jamas Huddle, A to, —.
l Gentlemen: About two months ago I pro*
curedohSttie of Dr. Haris?* Bitten toe my
• wife, thinking it» pleasant tonic, bat not rely
ing much on its medicinal virtues, and It cured,
i her of a disease aho had long been under treafc-
1 raent tor. I was aflioCsd in- a similar way, and
d am happy to « -
waa of thoblatU
1 I I
ENTERPRISE! |W. L. WaDSWOETH & Oo.,
For DebiKtj, Low -t AppoBte
' Wfibnr, Indigestion, or
|*pM, Wont of Action of.
.-Jtt&SsuwJC H E E S EI
’Oil taws of Americas ami Sur-j
ferny own use, sad
t ha* cured me. My disease
CHEESE ! I I Oppenheimer & Frank,
... . bladder
Notice to Mothers.!
DR. SEABROOK’S '
Infant Soothing Syrup. 1
* ** u ta'g^CnECaiyg f 'DESPECTFDLLY announce to tho citizens of
m A Americus and adjacent country, that they
have opened in the etty cf Americas. under the
FRESH AND VERY FINE, i»t !
r lhe fob i
83c. per Bottle.
Use in the future BeabrookV a combination
! quite up in advancement of the age;
and reliable in all casco. Invaluable it
; lowing diseases:
Summer Complaints, IrregaUritic* of-
the Bowels, Restivenesss, Teeth- i
ing, etc., etc.
| Give* health to the child and reel to the mother.
Marietta, Ga., Nor. 1.1869.
i James Ruddle k Co. Louisville, Ky.—We
j have used your fceabrook’a lhtont Soothing By-
: rnpinourfemilies, aad find it does mom good
i than all other mcdicinea we ever tried. We he
j licre it perfectly harmleas, and it gives rest anc.
—r children quicker than all other rern-
Tho following circular and accompa
nying reflation h:is been forwarded to
' Very newspaper in the United States :
Wxarax and Atlantic Raij.boad, i
Ofiirc General Paaseng.-r and Ticket Agent,
Atlanta, Ga., September 6,1870. )
** Ktiitor or Proprietor—Dear Sir;—j coming tbo remedy administered^
The Georgia State Agricultural Society j blerjits plcasant usteiH quite a
will hold their Sixteenth Annual Fair in l 5 *.’ 11 °f deelf, whde its efficiejiey ia
POPULAR WORM CANDY
* tliat are found u
will hold their Sixteenth Annual Fair in !
Oglethorpe Fork, two miles from this!
city, on the double track of tho Western
anil Atlantia Railroad, commencing Oe-
lol>er 19th next, and will probably con-
— * r fifteen days.
At $x 70.
MONTGOMERY k SHAW.
WE HAVE EX ROUTE A
Foil and Complete
where we will endeavor to pleas* all who may
honor ua with a ralL
We shall maka it oar special doty, baring had
ten years experience in the Clofliing Bumnere,
to always keen a
Large and Well-Selected
OF THE BEST BRANDS IN THE UNION.
MONUMENTAL. QUEEN OF THE SOUTH, DELTA,
PLANTER. &c. .
L>hh*> ;lk, August at’, 1868.
Janu s Hud Iks A Co.—Gentlemen: In
consequence of the beuc-tit 1 have received from
tho use of your Dr. Hurley's Worm Candy in
’* The completion of the H. I. Kimball
House, having HI 7 rooms, exclusive of
offices, with tho National, St James,
United States, American and Tremont
Hotels, besides numerous private board
ing houses and five hundred tents to be
erected in the Park, warrant ns in of
fering accommodation for 100,000
“-For the convenience of persons who
do not desire to remain in tho city at
night, special trains will be run on dif
ferent lines of railroad, starting in the
evening and returning at a convenient
hour in the morning; Ikns enabling per
sons to lodge in the adjoining towns.
“ As will be seen from the accompany-
i ng Premium list, £25,000 in premiums
are to bo offered.
“The citizons of Atlanta offer a spe-
<-inl premium of $2,000 for the fastest
trotting horse; $500 for the next best
Open to the world.’
“ Herewith find a resolution, adopted
ray family. I send you rius, hoping you will
wake it public for the good of other parents.
My wife and self aro satisfied but for tho use oi
Hurley's Worm Gaudy at least one of ourehil-
i would hare died, Both of our children are
waff and hearty, they passed worms seven
es long. Anyone doubling this can call and
me at corner loth and Chesont streets.
11 give ti*em proof of this and r.v>~ v.
" You can oid_ materially in consum
mating this reunion of the two sections
by giving publicity to this resolution, and
urging upon roar readers the advantages
off ered by redneed rates of passage.
“ Trains will leave Atlanta for theFair
Ground cvenr thirty minutes in tho day
during the loir.
“ Special arrangements will be mode
for the accommodation of the Pross.
“ Shall l»o pleased to rccoivo a copy of
your publication containing any notice
you may give, that we may copy it into
«»ur city papers hero and send you a pass
over this Road. 1
“ Premium List con be obtained upon
ro Society, AtU
General Passenger and Ticket Agent.
Foster Blodgett, Superintendent.”
The following resolution
Georgia State Agricnltnml ^
uuimously, having a representation from
over 100 counties:
“ Whereas, The Fair to be held in At
lanta during tbo month of October, 1870,
in intended to be a grand exhibition of
American industry; and
“Whereas, Said exhibition will be
held under the immediate control and
supervision of the Georgia State Agri
cultural Society; therefore be it
“ Resolved, That we, the delegates and
representatives to the Georgia State Ag
ricultural Society assembled, do hereby
extend to our fellow-citizens of the North,
East and West a cordial invitation to
meet their brethren of the South at said
Fair, to exchange friendly greetings, to
exhibit stock, agricultural impliments
and other articles of home industry, *nd
thus promote the material interests of all
PURIFY YOUB BLOOD.
This is tho pare and genuine extract of the
root, and will, on trial, be found to effect a ccr-
and perfect erne for the following ooin-
its suit diseases:
Affections of the Bones,' Habitual Cost
iveness, Debiaty, Diseases of the
Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Erysipelas,
Female Irregularities, Fis
tula, all Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Indiges
tion, Piles, Pulmonary Diseases,
Scrofula or King’s Evil, Syphilis,
And all impurities of the Blood, etc.
To Dr. Thos. A. Hurley: sir I deem it an act
of justice to yon to statl tliat in the month of
ibruary last, ’
which we expect to sell as LOW
AS THE LOWEST.
Call and satisfy Yourselves*
MONTGOMERY k SHAW.
We have a few toot.-
left; better call soon before they
are all gone.
MONTGOMERY k SHAW.
THAT IS MANTFA CTUIRD.
WraJvokeop a Floe and wuH-toleeicd slock of J
3,000 lbs. PURE WHITE LEAD,
Ten Tons iron,
GLASS AND PUTTY.
Gtlass Fruit U ars,
100 kgs. Nails,2 doz. Wheelbarrows,
200 prs. TracesdO doz. Root HamesJO doz. Ames’
~ Shovels & Spades, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
(jLOTHIN Gy i Plated Castors, Forks& Spoons,
™o.o«, WAGON & Bti€GV TIMBERS,
TO THE VEEY FINEST!!' ^SSa*SS3SF© 9
Furnishing Goods, ! T00LS > handsaws, planes, augers, etc..
.THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN '
Collars, Bows and Ties, | Garden Tools, Builder’s Hardware, etc., etc.
We also Manufuclure TINWARE, ami do ROOFING & GUT
TERING, in the best style and WARRANT IT.
* f "“ 8l "' k “ f Wc make the assertion without fear of being accused of “ blow-
i ing,” thntwe have the LARGEST and CHEAPEST stock ol
I goods iu our line EVER BEFORE OFFERED TO THE
! CITIZENS OF THIS SECTION, all or which we pro-
pose to Sell at the LOWEST POSSIBLE LIVING RATES,
County. * > ‘;
Court of Ordixaxt of said Comrrr :
The Tu Counter oTiaid ommtj i, htmb, «n-
txorizsd sod required to levy and collect for
County purposes, for tho year 3870, the follow
Upon the State Tax for 1870 ;
lst<—To pay the legal Indebtedness^‘of
County past dne,. .- -S0 pertt
ScL—To buQd and repair Ocurt House,'
Jsil, Bridges and other public Im
3d.—To pay Shcrifbi, Goronexs add oth
er officera their Fee* that they may
he entitled to out of tbo county,.'. 7J per ct.
4th.—To pay JaOon their toes to bo--
come due, -I2J p«r ct
.—To pay the expenses of the coun
ty far Bailiffs at Courts, non-rod-
dent witneeses in criminal case's,
fool; serraut hire, stationery and
the like, 7Jperct
«th.—To pay Jurors, .12J per ct
7th.—To pay expenses incurred in aup-
porting the poor, 25 per ct
8tli To pay any other lawful charges .
against the county, r.-..'.... .10 per ct
sept Sira B.F.BELL, Ordinary.
given.that l will atie&dat
in Amencos, on Saturday
i and 19th Sentembcr for
the purpoee’of collect ing the bSSand County
Tax for tho year 1870; and on Saturday and
Monday of each week thereafter, for the same
^YwUlalao attend at the following places
time stated below for collecting mid taxes
Now 2Gth Dist A J. Williams,
Old 96th “ J. H. Black’s -i
17th “ W. IL Davidson's “ 22
New 16th Bumtor city “ 2S
15th il Court Ground, •* 27
28th “ Danville, “- 28
■20lli “ Andersonville, 29 and 30th
sept 8 lm G. M. WHEELER, T. C. S. C.
Sumter Sheriff Salet.for October.
W ILL he sold before the Court house door,in
the city of Americus. county of Sumtcr.on
the first Tuesday in October next, the follow-
by YY J. Boeworth, L. Ct , and returned to me.
Also—One LoubC and lot in the city of Amen-
julT-m4m 8. E. Eaaoy, Qrd>
Ihtlim.'jraoiW^S!“d ihow __
any they have, otherwise sakl IctUnwill
Given under my hand and seal this 2d dar
aly, 1870. * ■
J Ilia-4 Ol 8. E. Eason, Ordv.
. - Mott, admr on the
tato of Edwin Q. Mott, applies for Letter,
-fdiamiaaion from said estate"
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular, tho kindred and creditors of said
Mai lh .s£ssi. o ' jM ^ fe ““
^tgal _§alfs-®lfbstfr fa
on ruuR weeks afterdate, appl
be made to the Ordfoaiyef Webster county, at
tiie first regular term after tbo expiration m
f aa ZJ? e f u ^ om U*?* tor leave to sell the
lM*h betosging to the ettate of P. V. Pony, l.tc
M Mary A. ^aavia, widow of Jonathan Dstu
bos applied for exemption and setting apart an i
valuation of homestead. 1 will p*aa upon »v,
aamo at 12 o’clock, the 20 day of Kepteiubrr
next at ray officr-.
sept 8 2w JA8 W. WILKINSON, Only.
SHOES.! 0 II
__ : A for CHAMPION MILLS FLOUK, at Wholesale only.
In opening this new store wo make no
promista, hut respectfully ask and cordially in-
’1, large ana small to come andex- •
they wish to purchase ;
vito one ami all, 1
trated me. At the
much afUictod. I wi
with the greatest difficulty I coukl walk. 1 pro
! time my lungs ...
reduced that it u
d Uking ft.
extract of Saraa-
I found that
Efi. .... . .
vere, tbo soreness of my lungs and hreaate
gradually subsided, my rheumatic pains less
acute. 1 attribute this mainly to your Harss-
parilla. I have now been taking it for over two
months! I have taken in all five bottles. Its ef
fects have been most satisfactory tu fto, and 1
“*i“* — •—ilarly affected to give you a
is appended to
the above certificate Ins long resided
af the present timeis one of the magistrate* of
the city of Louisville.
HURLEY’S A6UE TONIC.
NO ARSENIC-NO MERCURY.
Tho only remedy for ChiEa and Fever or
Ague mid lever, that is or can bo depended up
on is Hurley’s Ague Tonic. Tbcro liavo beoi
thousands eared by using it who have tried the
usual remedies without benefit.
. —■ - - —a *u»case returned
in s worse tytw, if wh«n my medical
attendant ordered qmmno, in Urge doses, fro-
qucntly os high as 60 grains per day, and which
matt hav* costs* nearly $1 Op I consul ted Dr.
Smith, of LroiaviD*, and found ho prescribed
quinine and arsenic, combined, which I refused
*“ take, preferring to 1st the <liaea*e take its
havsnoreason torwgrst it. Oi
* and aince that
M Gaudin, of the Bureau de Longi
tudes, snvs he has invented a machine
which will throw o million of projectiles
at once, so as to kill at 1,500 metres and
to seriously injure at 3,000.
The Opinion Nationals i
self-denial of Marshals McMahon and
Cnnrobert has not been sufficiently noted.
They are both seniors to Bazine, yet they
ltave only submitted to his authority,but
it is said that they have themselves named
him as the fit commander-in-chief.
The gunboats destined for the defence
of Paris have arrived in the capital.—
They do not all draw the same depth of
water, and somo of them ore, it is said,
so constructed as to be able to i
not only ou the Seine, but on the
M. Jeannerod, correspondent of the
Tnnpt, says tliat the Prussian soldiers
wear very commonly underneath their
shirts a piece of sole leather, about ten
inches square, which is hard enough to
turn a bullet, unless struck perpendicu
larly, and is a very good * *
lance or sabre.
. happy results, and Would certainly rs-
oommend it as preferable to any other tonic W
fore tho public. James Hurnc. Engini
Louisville, Ky., June 14,1865,
DR. SEABROOK S
This elegant combination posseasss all the
tonic properties of Peruvian Baric and iron,
without the dlsagnsaUe tottss and bodefibcU
«rf either. aspanXelyor in Other pcmontiH
jeswhenagsatlstoule Impressfou ls~rel
quirsd after conrskeccncs from levers or debili
tating diseases,or in thoso distressing irregular
ities pocnliar to females. No female eh', uld be
without it, if liable to such diseases, tor nothing
can well take its place.
JAMES RUDDLE & €0.,
Going Back ok thk Gebxakb.—The
New York Herald, which has been blow
ing the very loudest sari of a trumpet
over Prussian victories, has changed its
tune. It says :
Ho far as the war against Louis Napo
leon went, American sentiment and Ger
man were one. Beyond that they part
<jo . I ? p ^7* We «•*» have no sympathy
with a German monarchy warring against
a French Republic. Our German fellow^
citizens, if they were truly in heart and
sonl citizens of this Republic,
day If - ' **- * -•
cr that is ^
cape from which power many of" U.cm
first came to this country.
il citizens of this Bepablio. would to-
hare been joged l;, the lfiSmaft epectel
corrcspondeijce will be pleaeed to |TO
from tho Tribuneitldf, that, tho
oorrapoDdenta are really in Faria, and
in the ailenoe and eedmkmof their
apertmeotfl Hare written liote stirring
accoutdecf&e battle echidt see admire iu
the journals from heroes ffih~ Channel or
luibr.rafnrg No. 41 BuUii! Street,
W. A. COOK & CO.,
And at Wholesale by
L.W- Hunt& Co., Macon, Ca
Dk. S. K. TURNER
tUTins ranmod from tin amnUe. of Sumter
tboss wbomhe bos -bsoeflUsd. Reference to
Chsigs* moderate. . w6m*
will be i , _
Oirllome . Leras.
Oppeoheinter & Frank,
Udder tho Barlow House, Amerh-ns, C
ARE THE VERY BEST MA
MONTGOMERY * SHAW.
We are Agento for the
MR? MA1IMR1IG (0.,
Ami will Exchange
Challis, Osnaburgs, Shirtings,
Knitting Thread, Flow
Lines, Jeans, &c.,
FOE "W O O L,
If you have no Wool, in a way of ac
commodation, will let yon have the
GOODS for the MONEY.
MONTGOMERY k SHAW.
lu We deliver all goods we sell,:
or chaboe, anywhere in the city, but
want it understood we don’t call » cents
worth of Soda,goods.
MONTGOMERY A SHAW.
We -want to buy
5000 lbs. Sound Fodder
MONTGOMERY k SHAW,
sept $ cf .
* of C. M Leo, deet.no.], _
ilUre, and dated January 4th,
„ _/ the 2oth day ot December,
Come and satisfy yourselves.
EVERYBODY IS INVITED ! !
AR O a.
V r, '<
CT ■wiEnT’ieuiTatoBwivi vfi i
w *rj:£jz:tS2X£t?h? - * ]
This Preparation surpasses all others of its
It Is thorourh in its action upon Gray or Fsdcd
_ Hair oad its effect permanent.
It prodoees but on© dlstlact shade, whilo
. others leave the hair In many varied colors.
It srasittts growth when others fail to re-
_ produce a sinrl* hair.
It does not crisp or drjr the hair, but leaves it
moist and slot*y.
Ladies find it superior to nor other as a Toilet
The ingredients used in this Preparation are the
▼cry treat that can be found, and nr< as harm
less as water.
LORD ft SMITH, Proprietors,
For sole hy W. A. CCCBE A CO., America
THE "BROWN COTTON GIN.
WILLET & STEWART,
r D£R and by virtue of a decree of the Su
perior court of Sumter county, rendered at
tho April Term. 1870, of said Superior Court,
will bo eold on the find Tuesday in December
next, before Uie Court House in Americus. be-
‘ ecn the legal honrs of sab*, the
town as tho J, E. J. Horne or Eli Homo
plarc, sitnsted on Flint River, in the 28th Dis
trict or said county, and containing irwOaon
ore or lean. This Is one of the
BEST COTTON PLANTATIONS
the county and offers a rare opportunity for a
. . . » . row.
of good n>
house and screw, and the
ler good fence. The
among the lieirs of
One-half cash, the balance 12 months
” * 8 J. E. J. Horne.
Fever and Ague
Always Stops the ( bills.
IhuJIslieLi h;«Iww before tho Public
fifteen y«.u a, a . i ii -tin iihc'jcl of ull other
knjw i re'e :L*. . 1 * «!». • u -t pergo. floes
mt 8icL-n vhft fi-.u, -c i. -.'e -tly ►.ife iu
any 6 > e wtl up ? ;r . .1 ... siai.^ioon, sad
is the o:.\: AJe»lk ir«.-1'..: will
»and ps-Raxncvtiy oveuy Lra •»: Vever iul
A rue, Wau« If i* ■» w'- f Am Ido to to
64 PAGES READING MATTER,
30 PAGES ADVERTISEMENTS.
WALKER, EVABS A COGSWELL,
VALUABLE propert y
V POE SALE Cf BBDKSKICK, Ca., <»n-
ocntly surveyed into lots and now for tbs first
time offered at low prices to encourage improvo-
incn»f, i>reneiiting great tmhu-enicnU to ncttlcra.
capitalists and others wismng to make safe and
valuable inveetmenta, as the property must ad
vance rapidly iu values os the city improves.—
Titles are perfect. Descriptive pamphlets and
maps can be wen orprocured at the office of
8. H. HAWKISH. Attorney
marl&lr for Charles Day.
W E beg to inform i
ordent for the
planters, aud all interestod parties, that v
friends and the public generally. These
C 0 IT O N GIN.
place of baaiueea for the inspection of our
too well known to need any particular descrip-
j j partner of K. T. Taylor* A Co.,
d of their successors, W. G. Clemons. Brown A Co., Columbus, Ga.,) who has had an experi-
e of upwards of forty rears iu their manufacture. We can confidently recommend them, and
eve they will be found upon trial unrivalled for
Perfect Finish, Strength, Simplicity, Durability, Fast and Clean Bin-
ning, Light Running, and Superiority of Lint,
lying this we think wo will be sustained ky the testimony of cotton planters everywhere who
have used tho Gins of this make. It is desira’blo that orders should be received as early in the
as practicable, thus avoiding the loss or time which tho delay of ordering occasions. The
ill I* found to be as low and as liberal as that or anvflret class manufacturer. Address c
WILLET A STEWART.
WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
BOTTOMS’S HORSE POWER,
G I N FEED ER 8.
COTTON SEED HULLEBS,
DIMOND’S CORN & GRIST MILL,
\ 1/ ■[
(THE LIGHTEST RUNN
TlimHAW BOOTH'S ATO
jaulfUm AND AOEtCOLTURAL IU
WO WAOOON KNOWN.,
T & STEWART,
city of I
v favor of*Grecn A HawkL_.
of W. A. Hawkins. Property levied on
thquse of W. A. . .
by Baaworth, constable, and returned to mo.
Also—One house and lot in the city of Amen
ta. Levied on os the property or George Ring
satisfy a fi fe from the 789th district, Q. M.,
favor of Cobb A Haxncll* Lovy made by Boe-
C. 8. PARLEY, Shexifl.
Lee Sheriffs Sales for October.
W ILL bo sold before the Court House tW
in the town of StarkviDe, Lee county ou
tbo first Tuesday in October next, within the
legal hours of sale the following property to w.v
One new buggy. Levied on as the proper ,
of Robert Carter,' to satisfy one fi fa in mv bin.,',
in fevor of Robert King and 8ampson King T »
Henry Carter. Property pointed out bv 8*ni^
•on King. The above fi fe lev <*i from' f** £
B. F. HALTER, Sheriff.
rw AT THK SAME TOtT. AXD FLAC3 WILL BE Sou.;
Four lots of land. Nos, 130, 140, Hl>, IV), ,|i
lying in the 14th District of Lee county. Levied
on the property of Orcen B. Msyo to saihfv
two 0 fas iu ray hands, in one in fevor of Tbo-
Cameron vs Green B. Mayo and Tbonm l.
Porter security. The other In fevor of Offleei.
of Court yh Green B. Mayo, also to satwfrothrr
fi fav in my hands, all issued from Lee bupnir
1 is River
bottom, and <
is in fine;
place is sold for
sept 8 td
B Y virtue of *a order from tho Court of Ordi
nary of 8omt«r county, will be sold on the
first Tuesday in November next, before the
Court House door in tho city of Americas, the
lo-wlt: One-half interest in
(6S) in The ninth (9) district of Dooly county,
containing one hundred and one and nine-tenths
(101 9-10) acres, and snd-half inteiest in and to
ths Terry on Flint River, located at old Danville,
known os the Ferry belonging to tlw estates of
i Byrd and Thomas Lewis. - ...
sold ca the property belong „ ..
__ Benton Byrd, deceased. Terms of the
sole will be cash. W1L A. BYRD,
sept 18 ids Adm’r Benton Byrd.
Worn weeks after date application wiB be made
Mi to the Ordinary of Sumter county for tafTv
to sell the wild lands lying in Appling county,
belonging to the eetatc of J. E. J. Horne, lsteoi
Sumter county, deceased.
T.N.W. HORNE,) Aflini .
sept 8 lm J. It. G. HORNE; ] Aamr ‘”
)UR weeks after dote, application will be
mode to the Ordinary of Bnmter county, for
leave to sell two undivided third interests iu the
east half of lot No. 39, south half of lot No. 30.
east half of lot No. 40, and wliolo lot No. 19,
District of bnmter County, coutain-
* - cros, more or le**. tho prop-
_ _ Howard, formerly Henrietta
_ Acker, and Eli J. Tucker, minors of Eh
Tucker, deceased, for the purpose of distribi
tion. CHARLES m7TUCKER,
sept 81m• tinardisn.
ing Five Hundred
of Henrietta F. 1
WI Whereas, W. D. Stewart applies to r
Letters of Administration, de bonis non. o
retate^of James BL Stewart, late of sakl oc
These are therefore to dto and admonish, all
and singular, the kindred and creditors o'
deceased to be and appear at my office i
tho time prescribed by law, and file their objec
tions, if any they have/ otherwise letters of ad
ministration wifi bo granted said applicant.
Given under my hand and official ’signature,
this 3d day of August, 1870.
ang 4 Ini B. F. BELL, Ordinary.
TheN are therefor* to cite, smmnoo and a
monish, ths kindred and creditors of said de
ceased and all persona concerned, to be and ap
pear at my office, within the time prescribed by
taw, and show cause, if any they have, why Lei-
Vere of Dismission should not be granted said
a^^oin^ otherwise they will bo granted in
Given under my hand and oifidal signature,
this 87th of Jnlv, 1870.
July 28 4m D. F. BELL, Ordinary.
-W Where* ~
djdlpersona oonoemsd,.to be and
office within the timo prescribed
esj^m.mnmM show cause if any they have, oth-
•.-wiaslettoreof diatniwdon will be granted in
t srms of the law.
Given nndormy hand and official signature
TA Thmud Pound, or Cotton wd Lino
for which cash will bepald.
is fully prepared to execute, with neatness and
Jtjal. 3totias—&t|jU£ <&>.
u Vrbcreaa, Henry W.Paype,admiuistra tor on
the estate of Levi IL
s for lettsrsofi
1 said aspUcant.
i under my hand and official signature,
W^gr*** IW 8 Ordinary.
eept 1 tds.
AN tho first Tuesday iu October next, will b-
w sold before the Court House door in
town of Starkville, Lee aonnty, agreeable to tit
—*—of the Ordinary of said county, one4ia
at in a house and lot at Adams' Station.
ed near the Depot, belonging to the e*tau>
of S. It. Moore, late of said county, deceascl
Terms cash. JOHN DOBBINS,
aug 18 tds. Adm r.
The War between the States;
Its Cause*, Character, Conduct and Keenly
By Hox. Alexander H. Stephen
r ’ presents a careful pohtical onalvaia oi tlr
poat, separating ax it from apparent cshkt
those high officers, who watched, tbs Howl-
le of revolution from its fountain-springs, and
whbh were at accessible to Mr. utenhens free,
his position as second officer of the Cbnfederw v.
T *. is printed from a beautiful, dear, new type,
fine calendered paper, made expressly ft
work, comprised in too large volumfe i.
about G50 pages each, illustrated with numerew
steel engravings, and furnished to aubacrib-
n nest and snoatantial binding at the I
•owing prices, payable on delivery: ’
Extra English Morocco Cloth 13 75 per i
In Fine leather, (Library Style,) 450 “
In Half Calf, 550 “
Julyi.1 AM. HARROLD, Age
TH0S. X. EDEN,
GUN & LOCKSMITH,
Powder, shot, caps of all kinds, wads, leads, cat-
tridge*, pistol kolstirs, molds, ladles, and sport
ing ammunition of every kind. Wesson’s Bretclr
loading Rifles. Now on hand a large and ffn
assortment of fishing tackle, consisting in pan
<»f grass, eilk, cotton and linen lines, boot*
(loots, bikers, fointod and reed poles, set line*.
«neov* trout tfies, spoon and spinning bait, bat
etc. N. B.—J gency of the celebratw.
i Shuttle Sewing Machines. East mdt
next door to Wax SirrincA ton s
Public Square, next dc
I WOLLD respectfully inform the eitiaensd
Americus that I have just received thelareai
and moat elegant stock or farniture ever be .ok
offered in tho South, consisting of
and everything appertaining to tho farntaw
line, ana I am determined to be undersold *. T
I have alto received
Tho largest Slotl
C H A I R S
g-m-brought into tlri
■ q«n afiA «i«miw« rby stock *S>
o^ir^sir 0 ssr.ppB« lto . . „
made to tbs Ordinary of said county, for leave
Sellars and Edge lot.- Bold as the property W
John IL Wall, .deceased, for ths bcoefi tof t
/W EORGIA—Scnixr Oocxtt.
UT Whereas, the eatatoof Mathew fl. Myriek,
late of said county, deceased, is nnrepres^tod!
Thw»«r» therefore to cite Ull edmooieh «U
8. E. EASON, .
sept 13 Jm Ordinary.
O N the first Monday iu October next applica
tion will bo made to the Ordinary of Schley
county for leave to sell the real and perishable
The Diamond Glasses
cxiUlfed. Cacxioa—None genuine unle^totu
ing their trade mark aumped on c
frame . LBITNER A FRICKtR
Watchmakers and Jewelers,
Americus, Georgia, frun —'—
>o oMained. No peddkni