Team that trickle down oar eye* !
They do not fall to earth aod dry;
They soar like angola to the akies;
And like the angel* cannot die,
For oh! oar immortality
Flows through each tear—eoanda in eeach sigh
What waves of tear* surge o’er the deep
Of narrow in our resiles* son'*
And they are strong, not weak, who weep
Those drops, from oat the sea -that rolls
Within their hsarts forevermore:
Without a depth—without a shore!
But ah! the tears that are not wept—
The tears that never outward fall—
The tears that grief, for years, has kept
Within na—they are beet of all—
The tears our eyes shall never know,
Aw deeper than the tears that flow!
Eeach night, upon earth’s flowers below
The dew comes down from darkest skiss;
And every night our tears of woe
Go up like dews, to Paradise;
To keep in bloom aud make more fair
The flowers of crowns we yet shall wear
For, ah! the sorest way to God
Is up the lonely stream of tears
Tfiat flow, when bending ’aeath its rod,
A'id till the aprug tide of our years.
' »ii laughter s billows hearts are tossed
Go wares of tears no heart it lost,
Flow on, ye tears! that are but foam
Of deeper waves that will not flow !
A little while—I reach the aboro
Where tears flow not—forevermore!
Grant’* Predilections for Jobe.
The Washington correspondent of the
Baltimore Gazette calls attention to the
remarkable fact that the present Chief
Magistrate of this country has never,
daring his oontinnsneo in office, now
nearly two years, been known specially
to interest himself in anything except
jobs. The pnblie knows to what lengths
he went to secure the ratification of the
San Domingo treaty. He went person
ally ty the “ marble room,” so-called,
where conferences are held with individ
ual .Senators, and button-holed every
man supposed to be opposed to that
measure, and yet it was defeated. He
went still further, and interrupted the
important negotiations pending in Eng
land, by recalling onr Minister, in order
to mortify and punish a Senator for prov
ing refractory upon that point. The
country now knows, says this correspon
dent, that Grant’s Cabinet has been par
tially disrupted because of differences of
interests among land speculators and at
torneys for land grabbers. In truth, his
constitutional advisers were originally
selected upon no higher principles than
the reward of men who had subscribed
large amounts of money for his private
benefit aud exclusive personal use—in
word, “ of making hay during sunshine.”
Among all the rumors of "Cabinet
changes" who has ever seen a single hint
that differenses of opinion npon any of
the great questions of public policy,
which now agitate the industrial rltsars,
were assigned as the incentive ? Never
theless, it is known that his different
counsellors have, at no time, been a unit
upon any one of them. They have never
been unanimous upon the triiff, internal
tax laws, the banks, the currency,
public debt. or our foreign policy I
unity npon jobs, and uurestrained op
pression of the white people of the
South (which is in fact only a job of some
what more gigantic proportions than the
rest), is all that is required by this ad
ministration! Sp long as this sort of
unity exists the members of the Cabinet
may occupy positions as wide apart os
Mira colons Meteorological Phe
nomenon—Tlie Rain Falls for
Fire Day*, in Clear weather,
on a Group of Graves, and
[From the Mobile Refiner, Xov. 9.
For several days past there have been
mysterious and vague rumors ot a most
remarkable roeteorogical phenomenon
oat at the Catholic graveyard, on Stone
street, above the Three-Mile Creek. It
is asserted by those who say they have
seen it that for the last five days a gentle
shower has fallen continuously on the
lot of the JLexnoine family, in which are
buried Mr. Victor Lemoino and many
others of his family. With a view of
getting at the facta of this most extraordi
nary affair, we had last night an inter
view with Mr. Lonis B. Lemoine. em
ployed at Asa Holt’s, a son of the deceas
ed Victor Lemoine, who died in 1851,
who related the following startling par
“Having heard that it was reported
that it had been raining several days on
the enclosed ground which forms my
family burying-ground in the Catholio
burying-ground on Stone Street, above
the Three-mile creek, I drove out there
last evening to satisfy myself, and to my
intense astonishment I saw that a column
of rain was coming down without ceasing,
which, although hardly powerful enough
to wet the hands or any article, and at
times it rained quite hard. The volume
of rain fell inside of the enclosure, aud
nowhere else, as the weather was and had
been bright and clear all the time daring
the fivo days Ihe raiu had been falling
on these graves. There are thirteen of
my family buried in the lot of ground
upon which it has been raining. My
mother, brother and sisters visited the
spot yesterday and the day before to satis
fy themselves about the truth of this
matter, and declare that they, too, saw
this wonderful phenomenon. It has also
been seen by over two hundred persons.
I took a friend with me when I visited
the spot, who also saw the tain falling as
described. Mr. John Rosset, the keeper
ofthocemete ‘ ***** ’ * *
Cheap for Cash!
„ heavy drops about
. Iam willing to take my
oath os to the truth of this statement.”
So incredible did this extraordinary
affair seem, that those who saw it several
days ago refrained from stating or assert
ing what they had seen, for fear that not
only their veracity, bat their sanity would
be questioned, and it was only until a
number of gentlemen of the first respec
tability had seen and reported the result
of their personal observations, any cre
dence was attached to the truth of the
matter. Take it altogeth* r, it is certain
ly the most astounding ami miraculous
atmospheric wooder that has ever been
witnessed in this part of the world, and
will doubtless afford abundant food for
thought, research, and obsei ration, not
ouly among scientific, men. but among
all classes. There are so many who vouch
for the truth of Mr. Lemoine’a statement,
and his character for veracity is such,
that there can no longer be any doubt of
the fact that it has been rainiDg for the
past five days on the graves o! his kin
Prince Gortschakoff to Ear! Granvi’le-
What Russia Demand*.
Losdox, November 13, 1870.—The
Russian Minister here read to Lord Gran
ville a letter from Prince Gortschakoff
stating that Russia now demands the
modification, or the abolition of the
provisions signed at the convention
Paris on the 30th of March, 1856, arti
cles eleven and thirteen, in the treaty of
Paris, 27th of April, 1856. Theso pro
visions forbid the Russian fleet from en
tering the Dardanelles and the Bos
phorus from the Black Sea, and limits
the Russian fleet in the Black Sea to ten
small steamers, they also prohibit Russia
and Turkey maintaining on the Black
Sea coast any military or marine arsenal
and generally neutralize the Black Sea,
by an interdiction from its waters of any
vessels of war belonging to the powers
possessing its coasts or any other power.
This declaration on the part of Russia
being simultaneously made in London
by the Cabinets of Constantinople, Vien
na and Berlin, is believed here to indi
cate Russia's readiness to insist on the
recognition of her claim by force.
HOBSE AND CATTLE
The Kest ujuI most lldiable ever
ojfrr^tl to the Pithtir,
E&.J1S8 CQSBITiCH FOE BEES
rt’Jl and select your BONNETS and
:bljr tested In my prneiliv ik»
fc».T« trilrt. isS r - — — '*
great merit -el w.
•-!. ttua any rem r««!r» «» *lwdi 1 i»v*
Grains h dado,
TAtrtT, &*rqr*« Setiwr . t -An- ,*.j m. .< f%.
lialojy ’k- Ikr*c,“ “ H—.r DuSar, Ac.
jv will a! ’•»* for i i- ry of Fori# tad
^ ratti* 0«ro-<’* iVfcK-' tVs. .
A. S-'ilTri. ^
For sale by W. A. COOKE A CO., Americas
The Great Hedleal Discovery!
Dr. WAXSSB7J nar.TWQmrra
HI Hundreds of Thousands £19
W. L. Wadsworth & Co.,
gt§a! Notices--gamier Co.
Cheap for Cash!
oct 4 tf WM. LAZAUON.
fYTOULD respectfully call the attention of the
W citizens of Americas and surrounding coun
try to the fact that ho is prepared to mute all
at the shortest notice. We hare
Two European Workmen
who will giro satisfaction to the trade. Owing
to the fact that he has liad a good patronage for
fourteen years from the public, he feels side end
-* * — ■ -*- 1 moderately
The Relief Law.
We saw announced, a few days ago, a
decision of Judge Hopkins against the
constitutionality of the Relief Law. On
the contrary Judge D. B, Harrell, of the
Patanla Circuit, in the case of Jones
Lee, at Stewart Superior Court, in a very
able opinion sustained its constitutionali
ty. We append the [Mints of this dec is
n as given ns by a friend :
1st. While it is true that the Legisla
ture has no power under the Constitution
to impair the obligation of contracts, oi
to destroy the remedy for their enforce
ment, it is equally true that it does have
the power to change, alter, modify, and
even to anne.c conditions precedent to the
use of the remedies prescribed by law for
the enforcement of contracts.
2d. That this power has been exer
cised by the Legislature from the foun
dation of the Government, witbont ques
tion, to-wit: By requiring plaintiffs to
pay cost in advance to make certain affida
vits, as to Bail cases, Attachments, etc.,
and by imposing conditions as to time,
i Statutes of Limitation.
3rd. That the provisions of the Relief
Act of 1860, in requiring plaintiff to
sign an affidavit that all legal taxes have
been paid npon the debts they seek to
collect, before they are entitled to use the
remedies prescribed by law for their col
lection, is only the exercise of this power,
and does not impair the obligation of
contracts, or destroy the remedy.
4th. And considering the reciprocal
duties of Government and citizen, it is
not unjust, inequitable or umonstilutional
for the Legislature to require the citizen
to fulfill bis obligation to the Govern
ment for the enforcement of the payment
of alt legal taxes, before he is entitled to
nsethe remedi s provided by the Gov
ernment for the enforcement of his pri
vate rights, especially the taxes dne on
the very contract he seeks to enforce by
remedies provided by law.—Dawson
cleaning done a
South Side Lamar Street.
BLACKSIIEAR & LARAHOBE’S
ART AND BEAUTY
Favorite Resort of the Fash
ionable and Lovely.
i Stereecopic Picture» something i
Courage in Every-Day Life.
Have the courage to discharge a debt
while yon have the money in your pocket
Have the courage to do without that
which you do not need, however much
you may covet it
Have the courage to speak your mind
when it i* necessary you should do so,
and to hold yonr tongue when it i* pru
dent you shoald do so.
Have the courage to speak to a friend
in a “seedy” ooai, even though yon are
in company with a rich one, and richly
Have the courage to make a will and a
Have the courage to cut the most agree-
able acquaintance yon have, when you
are convinced that he lacks principle. A
friend should bear with a friend's infirm
ities—not with his vices.
Have the conrage to show that yon re
spect honesty in whatever guise it ap
pears ; and yonr contempt for dishonest
doplicity, by whomsoever exhibited.
Have .the conrage to wear yonr old
clothea until yon pay for yonr new ones.
Have the courage t oobey yonr Maker
at the riak'of being ridiculed by men.
Have the conrage to prefer comfort
and prosperity to fashion in all things.
Have the courage to acknowledge yonr
ignorance rather than seek credit for
knowledge under false pretences.
Have the courage to provide entertain
ments for your friend* within yonr means
Gambetta’a Address to the Army.
Tours, November 13.—Gambetta, in
his proclamation to the army ot the
Loire, congratulates the soldiers on their
victories of the 9th and 10th. He sajs:
For your courageous efforts to recall
victory to our cause, France owes her
first ray of hope to yon, and I offer yon
the public praise and gratitude for your
reward. Recovering strength with dis
cipline, you have retaken Orleans, inau
gurating a glorious offensive. You are
on the road to Paris, which awaits yon.
Onr honor hangs on yonr loosing the
grasp of these barbarians. Redouble
your constancy and ardor, and yon will
overcome yonr enemies, with superiority
in cannon, with French elan and patriot
ic fury. So will the republic issue vic
torious from the struggle.
IS. A Sheriff in Minnesota was called
npon, last week, to perform the very
disagreeable duty of arresting his own
eon, and lodge him in prison, for mur
dering a prominent citizen.
Owe Lesson op the Elections. —The
New York Evening Post, an influential
Republican journal, points the moral of
the defeat of several of the Radical can
didates in New York and the general re
sult in Missouri aa a warning to politi
cians hereafter that “if they want to suc
ceed they will do well to ask no help or
interference from the administration.'
The Post adds : “Indeed, wherever the
administration has attempted to inter*
fere in the elections, its candidates hare
been beaten; and it is believed that Gen
eral Woodford would have done better
had he not been so conspicuously sup
ported from Washington.” Let the peo
ple set for themselves.—Sac. News.
The Relief Law Coxstitctioxal.—
On Monday last, in this city, in the case
of Flewellen vs. Moms et als., in an
plication for an injunction at Chambers,
Judge Johnson determined that the
Relief Law passed by the Legislature
was constitutional. The case was ably
argued by Ingram and Crawford for the
motion, and B. /. Mdses, Sr., against—
U says for young men.—on tbs delights of
envelopes. Adores* H
sP; PhSaddphia, P*. stptMSM.
By which the likeness of the Mine p rooi
nears twice in the same card in the moat incon
Nvably different positions.
In true sympathy with tbs many ills to which
frail humanity is heir, they hare for a long
acu endeavoring to ascertain some pro-
>y which beautiful pictures can bo taken
from inferior subjects. They bare at last made
this discovery, and are now permitted to rejoice
in heralding tlie glad news to all who are the
least uncomely in from or feature, that they are
prepared to take for them the most beautiful
and flattering pictures, at the same time
serving s correct liksoesa.
* «S- OLD PICTURES copied to Miniature or
Portrait size, by such a skillful combination
aa to render them even more natural than life
„ We are also prepared to paint LIFE-
SIZE PORTRAITS in Oil, Pastel or Water Col
on. Let all come and see for themaelve*.
. BLACKHKAU A LARAMOBS,
f 121, Photographers, Boone’s cor.
TORY ARB ROT A VILE
>:.vlc nf Poor Ham. V7hiake7. Proof Spir
its. sad Befits* Liquors. nsetoieAspaeA
and ivwtcu»l to i#!«w mo l**tc. crn'lcil ‘-Totucs
“ Appetisers." " Restorer*," to.,tint leaiUu
tippler onto drunkenness hud run, butaxeatxuo
Mi- litiiae, tniJs front t!rf * "
Herts of C*:uun»la,freo 1
Btimulants. Th-var. ‘
I front t!« Hath
■ala, froo from i
FUKIFIEH «n.l LIPH GIVING
CIPLB. a pcrfietKeaova:.< and Inrigorator
d1 the bystem, carryingoO ad poisooooa matter,
xn<! restoring the l tool to a hoaltby condition.
No person can take thus Bitter*, according to
.lirrHlua*. an 1 remain long unwdL ~
*100 will be given for an incurable case, pro-
x:-!»-»r the bo-u-a are not destroyed by mineral
• Ar n-lxT meuia, and th# vital organa
of rr pair.
r the bo-u-s are
OF THE BEST BRA1TOS IN THE UXIOK.
MONUMENTAL, QUEEN OP THE SOUTH, DELTA,
3,000 lbs. FUBE WHFEE LEAD,
Ten Tons Iron,
GLASS AND PUTTY.
Glass Fruit Jars.
100 kgs. Nails,2 doz. Wheelbarrows,
200 prs. Traces JO doz. Root HamesJO doz. Ames’
Shovels & Spades, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Plated Castors, Forks & Spoons, * u*
WAGON * BUGGY TIMBERS,
C AJSrE MILLS.
TOOLS, HANDSAWS, PLANES, AUGERS, ETC.,
Garden Tools, Builder’s Hardware, etc., etc.
We also Hanufueiure TINWARE, and do ROOFING & GUT
TERING, in tlie beet ttyle and WARRANT IT.
We make the assertion without fear of being accused of “blow
ing,” that we have the T.AU.QEST an( i CHEAPEST stock ol
goods in our line EVER BEFORE OFFERED TO THE
CITIZENS OF THIS SECTION, aU of which we pro
pose to Sell at the LOWEST POSSIBLE LIVING RATES,
Sumter Sales for December.. |
VTTILL bo aotd before the Court IIcJ
af*do, tli.lt>ll«tag propwtj. toorit^B
isd cdt aa the property of aaid Wilson to satisfy
eu»dry fi fa* issped from the Justice Oou^789ih
District, G. JL, two in fhror oTVf.C. Brown,
one in favor of Richard A. Betd, ooein favor of
W. A. Tonne, one in favor of Bender A Co.: one
in favor pf Daniel ShtdeJ and one in favor or Al
len Brothers ales, said WQeoo. Levies made
on aethe urouertv ot X. B.
Justice court^fiL 789th District, G.M.infkw
of Greon A Hawkins, for the use of 8. B. Haw
kins v#3L B. CoundL Levy made aud returned
Ry W. J, Boeworth,
Y^now lives. iSwiedon as tbo pvopetty of
aaia Reese to satiety a fi fa issued from Justice
Court for the 789th District, G. H, in favor of
Greene. Levy made and returned to ma by VV.
J. Boeworth, L. C.
0. 8* DARLEY, feheriff.
r THE SAXE TIME AND I
Lot of land. No. 132, in tho 2Gth District of
Sumter county. Levied on as the property of
FnutcieS. Albritton to satiety all fa m ray hands
in favor of G. M. Hay fur the u*e oT F. ft. Cok
er, Transferee va Francis E. Albritton; leaned
from bum ter Superior Coart. l*roperty pointed
property _ ....
_ ft to issued from tho Superior Court of Sum
ter count;, in favog of John H. Wallace. v»
Daniel G. Patterson. Property pointed out by
jnatisi— -r -—■
co itioa. Bilious. He mi
Fever a, Diseases of the" Blood.
Liver. Kidneya, and Bladder, theso Bit-
oases are »uwi uj
i< K -nerally produced
Ti«*y iuvigutabs thi
tho stomach, ami stimulate
... . ibowi ‘
ilto-1 cHeacy in
id bowel«, which render then
• in r'-evt
HDOuldcr^*Cu%i^h^ Tu iltnc
_ r Btumseh. Bud rasie in
.- Mouth, Hi.bone Attacks, rdjiutioa of the
thi region* of the Kidney*, an 1 a hun-lroi other
E inful symptoms which aro th» offsprings of
upepria, are cured by the*o TUttcrs.
Clcaese the Vitiated B’.oo I wh-iicvryon fled
it* iiapuiltle* bunting tliroa-rh tho shin i i I’l-S-
p?«e, Eruptions, or bores: eh-onwi*. when itis
tril. and your feelings will tell yo-i vrSrn. Kri
the blood pure and the health ot the system will
FIN, TATE, sad otlicr WORMS, lurking Is
the syrtera of so many thousand*, arc cUectually
dc'. roved and removed.
For full directions, read carefully the circular
.round each battle, printed in four language*—
Kn?lisH, Ovrman, French, endSpenish.
J. WALKER, n At S» CossmcrceBtrcct, N. T.
Proprietor. R. TT. McDONALD * CO.,
Drtigri.t* aad General Aren t a.
iciwo, CaUforula, and 31 and St Com.
rtret, K. V.
* "Y ALL DCrOOISTS AND
Fever and Ague
Always Stops the Chills.
This Mcdicino had been before the Publio
fifteen years, and id still ahead of all other
known remedies. It doc* not purge, does
not sicken tho stomach, ii perfectly aaf* in
any dooO and under all circumstances, end
is the only Medicine that will
end permanently every form of Fever end
Ague,because it is a perfect Ant'* ' —
Sold by aU Dmeeista.
Valuable City Property
T HE subscriber offers for sale the bouse and
k>t iu the Southern pert of the city, near
the Female College,occupied by CoL A. 8. Cutts.
The house is large and commodious, and is one
of the beet finished booses in the city. A good
well of water,and all the necessary out
on the premises.
1 also offer for sale, my interest in the
Consisting of Five-sevenths oi the building
This is the most desirable property in the cU
and yields a handsome per cent, on theeanil
For further information apply to
oct- IS tf W. W. BARLOW.
J. H. GAVAN,
No. 11 Broad street,
is sole agent for the sole of the celebrated
for the 8Ute of Georgia. Sold at Brawny
prices. Has always on bend
»nd titter fine
Whiskies, Brandies and Gins,
which he Mila low for CMS. ' apSS-lj
LAND FOR SALK
A BARGAIN OFFERED
I WILL offer for sal* till November but,*
Plantation on Lsnnskssee Creek, taweL-
ster county, obtaining tbirtssa or foeryeeu hun
dred acre* of land, with the stock ot mules, cat-,
tie and hogs, corn and fodder an the torn. The
plantation »s in good repair, about half cleared,
with bouses saaoientiocbmCartably accommo
date laborer*, and all other improvements ne-
or myaeU at trairfrn., Georgia.
scpL 3-2m JAiLLSP. WALKER.
- ' NEW SYRUP I
S. P. BOONE
last year—known aa the G. M. .
building—la now manufacturing, and keeps con
stantly on hand a hill supply of
In Walnut and Mahogany;
With and without marble tope
Chairs, Basket*, Broom*
WINDOW SHADES, WAU* PAPER
METAU1C CASES AND COFFOU
f FOB 8ALB IN BRUN8WICK, Oa., con-
a of lots to snR pureeasara. finrir si tested.
jntly surveyed into lots and now for the first
time offered at lew price* to encourage ‘
menta. presenting great inducements ti
capitalize and others wiamng to make aafe
vaaoe rapkDy'toTahMgas tho^lyTmprovU^—
Titles era perfect. Descriptive pampBets and
maps can be seen orprocured at the offieeor
a. £ HAWKINM. Attorney
atfU-lj for Charles Day.
J OFFER my bon* and:
Junior Prercher Bethel
O NE of the. finest D^ELUNGfi; and lot of
a scree in the city, with all necessary on'
buildings, and an excellent wrif of water.
Would be exchanged forwotae good Plant
G. W. THOMAS.
DEB and by virtue ot a decree <
perior court of Sumter county, rendered at
.pril Term. lSW.'of said Superior Court,
will be sold on the first Tuesday in December
next, before the Court House in Americus,'
tween the legal liours of sale, the
Kuown as the J. E. J. Horae or Eh Heme
place, situated on Fjiiii. River, in the 28th Dis
trict of said county, and containing 1390 acres,
ore or leas. Thi* is oo* of tho
BEST COTTON PLANTATIONS
the county and offers a rare opportunity for
fe investment. The greater portion of th
land is River bottom, and on tho placeia
splendid residence, an abundance of good negro
houses and a fine gin house and screw, and The
place is in fine repur and under good fence. The
placeia sold for distribution among the heirs of
Terns: One-half cash, tho balance 12 months
FOR C ASH . -**
Agents for CHAMPION MILLS FLOUR, at Wholesale only.
Come and satisfy yourselves.
EVERYBODY IS INVITED ! !
LEITNER & FRICRER’S
Under the Barlow House,
O CR MR FBICKEH just returned from New York with the LABQEST end moet SELECT
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, STERLING SILVEB
AND PLATED WARE, GENUINE “ RODGERS" AND BEST
AMERICAN CUTLEBY, WALKING CANES, WORK BOXES,
WRITING DESKS. TOILET SETS AND FANCY GOODS
Onr ftiende end the pwbfc gewenllr Me cordtaHT iwehed to cell e«d m.e~t ow IWj -
deee betore purcheeing ekiewhere, u we Me prepared to aeli them ee low y they een be boo,
r in any mjirket. Erery article Bold hy be WMreatcd m repreeented , if it proree to the oo
trary tlie money will, in all cams, be bbtcxdcd.
lO- We are Agents for the following: Tho C
and United States Watch Company’s Watches.
— ‘ k Baker, W
ara*itgcnta for ttefoliowing7 , Tho , Cclebmtod Borcl A Courvoirior Watchee, The Elgin
The American, Grover
Wheeler and Wilmn SEWING MACHINES.
^Fr^^ DiamoSrand Accommodating SPECTACLES.
SWATCH WORK ^
Special ettebtion gireb to watch work. WARRAmfra b?
competent workman or otherwise, MADE AS GOODAS NE Wand WARRANTED.
Fuda Watchee Jeweled in .Baby Md_S«||*ii<>,
Engraving dono to order.
) as neatly aa it can ba done in Now York.
LEITNER & FRICKER,
A, I intend changing my boeinewe I tun now offering my entir. Stock at
ii OLOTHINC, •
BOOTS & SHOES,
Americus, Go., Oct. 20tt, lm
R. T. BYRD.
Sporting Articles, .
COAL! COAL! COAL!
‘ECONOMY is WEALTH r
interest had use' “
It ia cheaper—safer,and
Lumber at reasonable prices FOB CASH.
IFIWO .Office Booms over IL Westheimer 1 *
X Apjl^o W. ; P. Loll AMORE.
A Desirable Residence
* FOR SALE.
Y WILL eel
f P pSs%:
particulars apply tour address
J. R. a HORNE,» . . .
r. N. W. HORNE. ] Admr’s.
Ex'ra J. E. J. Horne.
JUBSUANT to s judgment, of tho Superior
Court of Suifiter county, and also, by leave
of the Ordinary of said county, there will be
sold before the Court House door, in aaid coon-
i the first Tueadar in January next, Fifty
■nw, more or lera, off of lot of laud. No. 159. in
the 27th District, G. M.. of said county, in the
north east corner ef eaid lot. Also, at tne same
time and place, aix acres ot land, more or lees.
Court bouse, and betwti ,
from Americus to Oglethorpe and Danville
STEPHEN 8. BOONE,
Adm’r do boms non.
TTTILL be sold at-public outcry, befc
W Court House iu Americus, on the first
Tuesday in December next, the following reali-
zCth District or bumter county. Also Jot No.
118, and north half lot No. 119th in tho 17th
District of Sumter cor lty. To be sold by order
ot the Court of Ordin.
UTerma— half cash aud the other half on 1
months credit, with satisfactory security.
E. L. FORTH. Adm’x
oct 18 tda F. W. Forth, dec’d.
“***“ T- H-deyas^ "
tl Whereas, Barney Parker, administrator o:
the estate of Joseph Crawford, late of aaid cour
ty deceased, applies for letters of diamiesio
from said estate.
These are therefore to cite and admonish, a
and Bingular, the kindred and creditors of sal
deceased, and all persons concerned, to be an
appear at my office within tho time prescribe
by law, and show cause if any they have, oti
erwiae letters of dismission will bo granted i
terras of the law.
Theso are therefore h
, if any th<
appear at my office witi
by law, and file their objections,
haee, otherwise letters of administration win oe
■ Given undor my hand and official signature,
this 58th of October, 1870.
B. F. BELL, Ordinary.
road leading from Peter Fauet’a, in the 17th
district of aaid county, bj Davison's Mills to the
place known aa tqe Cotta’ plantation; it la
derad by the Court that all persons having
objections to the diseontinnvnce of the asm
«id appear at my office on the first Tnesda:, _
December next and make known tbrir objec
tions, and that notice hereof be published ii
terms of the law. B. F. BELL,
oct 25 Im, Ordinary.
U Four week* after da to at
application will be
JAMES P. WEST, 1
nov.8. lm. PHILLIP WEST! f
Mm. HATTO^W. COMER, Exct’x,
ner " ” "• ‘
ner H. T. Davenport, AU'y in fact
Adam Atkina hating applied to me :
- - vihution a
exemption of personalty
setting epert ofHomeetaad.
a at my office oo the 29th
i B. F
one hnndred and twenty pounds of lint Cotton
, Adminifitratot!. Bale.
0 : : : 11
JtrtTW.r^^DaMj next. befor?1h e l £ ) J'
House door in the town of Ellaville th* iju n
property, to-wit: Lot<rfKdN’*4LISZ
Mre. More or lew. s.id lot offif£
b 2S“* d S bj Mnd, of Willi.
gna ott West b, Thow F. tUintv. lmpTo,.
menta on place good. prote *
nov 17 tu T.II. DEVANE, Adra r.
|>N the first Tuesday in December next, willy-
U sold before the Court Houm door in a.
to wn of Ellaville, Schley county, by order of tkl
Ordinary of aaid county : Lota ot land nmaW
241 and half ot lot number 24* in the 30th £
■fnctj Schley county; also, east half of lot No. i
lot No. *2, and northwest quarter of Jot No
in the 26th district of S rater couhtv, all com!
prising the plantation belonging to Win. Ro«*
late or Schlny county, deceased. Sold i< tu
property of eaid Wm. Ross.
Also—Will be sold In the town of Buena Vist,
Marion county, on th*first Tueedaviu J*uu»rr
MM, south half of lot number 17l, and north
half oriot No. 177, in tho Slat district of Muicm
county, containing 202J acres, more or
Sohl u the property of Wm. Boei, deceased.
Terms—One-thiru cash, the other in two on-
nual payments, secured by mortgage. 1
oct 13 tda s. T. CRAWFORD, EVr.
Notice to Debtors tuid Creditors.
ii LL pcracu, indued to the ot.te of W. i,
the law, JOHN N. CHENfiY, Ckrk Court/
1 ew Adrn'r.
LIBEL FOB DIVORCE.
Schley Superior Court, October Term, 1870,
va V Libel for Divorce.
SI5L WALDREP. j
TT APPEABINO to the court that the defend-
X ant in the above stated case has not l**a
served, be being a non-resident of the Suu -
It is ordered by the oourt that aaid defendut
be and appear at the next April Term of aaid 8q.
perior Court then and there to answer the plain,
tiff in an action for Divorce, and that eerruxtw
perfected on said defendsn by publication of
this oider in the Sumter Republican, a paU*
gazette, once a month for four months prtvioo,
to eaid April Term of this court.
JiM. CLARK, J.S.C..8.W.C.
A true ertrtttftwa tho Minutes of Bchfev Su
perior Court J. NEWTON CHENEY,
dot 22 m4m Clerk.
Webster Sheriff’s Sals for Deer.
TTTILL be cold betas* the Court Hooee door
W in the town of Preston, Webster countv,
on the fir«t Tuesday in December next,within the
legal hours ot eale the following prupcctv to tit:
Boat half of Lot ot land No. 251, in the 25th
District of Webster county, known as the Mar
tha C. McGrady, to satiaty a fi fa in mv hands
issued from the Justice Court of 278th Diatii t
of Webster county, in fkvor of Hawkins A Tack-
ett vs. Martha C. McGrady. Propertv pointed
out by T. H. Pickett, Plaintiff's Attorney.
JAMES T. WHARTON, Sheriff.
ALSO AT THE saxz TD1X AXD P1ACX WILL BX SOLD*
Lets of land No. 205.182,206 and one hundred
and four scree off of lot No. 173, and 150 acres of
o; No. 179, containinghGO acre*, more or le**, iu
tne 19th district of Webster county; known u
the Fred Bell plantation, near Hsrdmoney. Lev
ied on the paoperty of J. A. Bell to satisfy tvo
fi faa in my hands issued from th* Superior
court of said county in favor of J. 11. Farrut u.
J. A. Bell and D. B. Harrell vs J. A. Bell. Prop
erty pointed'out by Jbeiab Harrell, Plaintihi
Attorney. W. H. MATHEWS,
nov 3 tda Dep. Sheriff.
Webster Mortgage Sales.
TTTILL be sold before the Court house door,ia
W the city of Preston, county of Webster, on
the first Tuesday in January next, the follow
ing property, to wit:
One sorrell bores Male, to satiety a Mortga^t
ii fa in my hands issued from the Superior court
or said county, in favor of John Turner va John
Boll- J. T. WHARTON,
nov 3 tda. Sheriff.
Postponed Administrator's Sale.
AN the first Tuesday in December next, before
U the Court House door in the town of Prt*
ton Webster County, will be sold between the
Igal hours of sale, the following deecribtd land.-,
being a portion of th* plantation of J. M. Saun
ders deceased, whereupon he lived at the time
of hi. deMb, to rtt:
Fractional lot No. 36, containing 150 acre*; U
No. 62. Lot No 67 and South East half of lot
No. 66 coutaiuiug one hundred acres. Said lamb
in originally 43, now the 19th District of said
The eaid lands having been hid off at tlie pre
vious sale of the Administratrix to wit: The first
Tuesday in December last, by Sampeon Bel! of
aaid county, who failing to comply with U«-
sale, the earn* ia now to be a old at Lis risk, tale
having been postponed by order ot court.
Terms ot sale—cash.
oct. 13. tde. AdmL
WA Whereas, Mrs. Cintbia Goare applies for
Letters of Administration, with the W ill Annex
ed, on the estate of Pharis Goare, late of **ii
county, deceased. -
These are therefore to cite all persona inter
ested to be and appear at my office on or before
the first Monday in December next, to shor
cause, if any, why the petition should not U
Given under riy baud and official signature,
this 7th of November. 1S70.
nov 10 lm G. W. Daysnpobt, Ordinary-
u Whereas, J. P. P. Harrell, Adm'r d« Iww
non, estate of J. P. Harrell, tide of said countv,
dec’d. applies tome fot letters of dismission u
administrator on aaid estate.
These are therefore to cite and admoouk “j
and singular, the kindred and creditors of *vd
deceased, and aH persona concerned, to be and
appear at my office within the time j*«ecriW
by law, and allow cause, if any they Lave, oik*
erwiae letters of dismission will be grsntcdu
tonne of the lew.
Given under my hand and oflyrisl gignatti*,
this 25th day of October, 1870.
oc27*m4m O. W. Datextort, Ord J
ff Sarah Ana Turner having applied to ne
for exemption of Pcraocilty end eettinf ap^
and valuatmu of Homestead. 1 willpa***F^
the same at my office, on Saturday, the W*
November, at 12 o'clock, AL
nov 4 Sw G. W. DAVENPORT, Onll-
%rgal |ioticts—%tt Conittf-
Lee Postponed Sheriffs S»le» W
til ILL be sold before the Oourt House door
YF 1116 town of Starkville, Lee county,
*ko firat Tuesday, in December eext, wttto
th*^gal hours of aale, tho following proprfj
Foot lota of hod. So^ 130. 140, Its, »
lying in the 14th District of Lee county. I***
«* aa the pioperty of Green R Mayo
two fi faa m my hands, and one in favor of
Cameron ve Green li. Mayo and Ibo****'
Porter aecurity. The other in favor of 0tK**
of Court vb Oi cen B. Mayo, also to satiafiy SJ**
in my hands, all iaanedfromI<e8upcr»f^ ) ° rt '
nor 3 tda. , DepptySton*
tJY virtue of an order of the Ordinary of L*
Mnd, No. .151, In tiaelSth dkt. of Eariy
now 15 tda Ad»^*
"’ice Mortgage Sale* for December.
imUkiDllMn a, 0«ntHoiw*»
Given under my hand i
>hia I9lh day of October, 1870.
* oct 191m J. W. WILKERSON Ordmiry-