Ikfebxokitt or Pxcmux Qtmax Goes.
There ate now 210 siege gone in perk to
l lie Kontli of Pari*. These gun* ore of e
moet miscollaueous end inoongruoue char
acter. Some ere mnxzlo loaders, some
breech-loaders, some rifled, somoemooth-
1 Hires, Nom ' of bronze. some of cut-uoa.
some of tieel. There mo about half a
dozen 50-pounders, some fifty or sixty
•J 4-pounde—muzzle-loading, some rifled,
nome smooth —forty-six 12-pounders,
these being bronze nfled breech-loaders.
Then there are about sixty mall G-pound
ers, mounted on peculiarly constructed
carriages, so as to attain a great dera
tion, and consequently an extreme range.
These are said to be able to throw a shell
r.,000 schinta, or nbout 5,500 yards, a
range which tho German officers seem to
consider enormous. Hut even the now
disparaged Armstrongs will easily throw
0,000 yards, or just doable the diston**©.
There are some twenty very old-fashioned
mortars of bronze, ouo of which is said
to have been cast in 1640! There are a
few new rifled steel mortars of new con
struction—later than 1640, that ia—which
cau throw a shell weighing 170 pounds.
I may add, in conclusion, that my unfa
vorable opinion of the Prussian siege is
.shared by Captain Hozier, of the British
uruiv. Many of the guns, notably some
of the heaviest, are naval guns, taken
from the useless Prussian fleet.—St (»«*-
utain cor. X. Y. Tribune.
W. L. Wadsworth & Co.,
OP THE BEST BRAKES IS THE UXIOS.
MONUMENTAL. QUEEN OF THE SOUTH, DELTA,
BlaUABCK NOT A RADICAL AFTER ALL.—
The New York World haa exhumed a
dispatch from the American Minister at
Berlin, dated July 30th, 1864, which
shows that Count Bismarck and liis party
were not no entirely on the side of the
Federal* in our late war aa the Northern
Radical press represents them to have
Wen. The dispatch, written at a time
when the character of tho struggle be
tween the North and South must have
been well understood in Germany, says:
“Late events at home hare giVcn oc
casion to Herr von Bismarck’s semi
official organ, tho Xortl Deutsche AUge-
,urine Xeitimg, to display great sympathy
and partiality for the rebel cause; and,
iu its zealous wishes for tho downfall of
republican government and the further
establishment of monarchical institutions
on tho American continent, it indulges in
tho grossest misrepresentations regarding
our armies and finances. I have so far
refrained from making any reclamation
ut the Ministry of Foreign Allairs against
its infamous and slanderous course, but I
deem it my duty to take notice of and
communicate the facts to you. The rela
tions of the journals in question to Herr
von Bismarck are such that I feel quite
justified in believing tha! in these asper
sions to our cause it reflects his senti
3,000 lbs. PURE WHITE LEAD,
Ten. Tons Iron,
GLASS AND PUTTY.
G-lass Fruit iTistatrs.
100 kgs. Nails,2 doz. Wheelbarrows,
200 prs. Traces,lO doz. Root Hames,10 doz. Ames’
Shovels & Spades, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Plated Castors, Forks & Spoons,
WAGON * BOGGY ?fMBEBS,
The Message.—Gen. Grant’s message
to Congress is completed, and was read
to the Cabinet Tuesday last A leading
feature is said to be un earnest recom
mendation of a general amnesty to rebel
offenders, and a complete removal of all
disabilities imposed by the Fourteenth
Amendment. This is a step in advance
for Grunt, and now let him stick to it,
and not allow himself to bo driven from
his own good intentions again by tho
Bitter Fuelers of New England.
Tue Xeouo l’orclatiox.—It appears
that the census of 1870 will show a slight
increaso over I860 iu tho negro popula
tion, notwithstanding ull tho extraordin
ary causes iu operation to produce op-
jiositc results. Thcso causes, though
have but partially operated during the
pust decade. For nearly half tho time
negroes were iu a state of slavery and
duly cured for by their owners, while the
causes of declension are gathering force
us time advances. The census of 1880,
iu the opinion of close observers, will
show a decided falling oil* from that of
the present year.
S*^r It is said that Queen Augusta is
so much exercised as to the turn which
events may take at uny moment around
Faris, thut she bestows the fuvor of her
royal presence at irregular intervals of
the day and night ni>on the clerks at the
telegraph office iu Berlin, declaring that
she cannot remain in her palace while
the opportunity of instantaneous com
munication with her illustrious husband
can be enjoyed by a little sacrifice of her
cxclusivuuess. Queen Ac oust A
man “os is a woman*” When a man is
off fighting the battles of his country,
the wife who wouldn't get ont of a worm
IhxI to go to .town to the telegraph of
fice four or fivo dozen times during the
night to hear from that nun, don’t de-
nerve to have him for a husband.
TOOLS, HANDSAWS, PLANES, AUGERS, ETC.
Garden Tools, Builder’s Hardware, etc., etc.
We also Alunvfucture TINWARE, tuul do ROOFING it GUT
TERING, in the beet style and WARRANT IT.
We make the assertion without fear of being accused of “blow
ing,” that we have the LARGEST and CHEAPEST stock ot
goods in our line EVER BEFORE OFFERED TO THE
CITIZENS OF TED® SECTION, all of which we pro
pose to Sell at the LOWEST POSSIBLE LIVING RATES,
Agents for CHAMPION MILLS FLOUR, at Wholesale only.
Come and satisfy yourselves.
EVERYBODY IS INVITED ! !
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
A dressing which
is at onco agreeable,
healthy, and effectual
for preserving the
hair. Faded or gray
hair is soon restored
to its original color,
tcith the gltJss and
freshness of youth.
Thin hair is thick
ened, falling hair checked, and bald
ness often, though not always, cured
by its use. Nothing can restore tlie
bair where tbo follicles xre destroy cl,
or the glands atrophied and decayed.
But such as remain can he saved for
usefulness by this application. Instead
of fooling tho hair with a pasty .sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the bail
from turning gray or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. Free
from tlmse deleterious substances which
make some preparations dangerous, and
injurious to tuo hair, the Vigor can
only benefit but not barm it. If wanted
merely for a
nothing else can be found fo desirable.
Containing neither oil nor dye, it docs
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the bair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Or. t. C. Ayer k Co.
Practical and Analytical Cttraim
LOWKLIi, .'ll ASS.
LEITNER & FRICKER’S
Cast*ays.—The Quebec Chronicle
gives an aecoout of tho attempts to res
cue two men who for nix weeks havo been
on a desolate and inaccessible island,
culled tho Bird Bocks, situated iu
Gulf of St. Lawrence. The rocks
over seventy feet high, and to reach the
summit the visitor must climb two per-
pcndienlar ladders of thirty feet each.—
At the base of the island, at irregular dis
tances, are scattered large, sharply cut
liouldcrs of black stone, against which
the waves dash with great violence.—
Several unsuccessful attempts have been
mode to rescue the men on this rock,
and the Canadian Government lias sent
out a steamer with a complete outfit of
life.saving apparatus to make another
Under tlie Barlow House
0 CII Mil. FLICKER haejust
in il from Ke« York with tbo LARGEST and moot SELECT
trary the money will, iu al
DIAMONDS, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER
AND PLATED WARE, GENUINE ••RODGERS' AND BEST
AMERICAN CUTLERY, WALKING CANES. WO UK BOXES,
WRITING DESKS, TOILET SETS AND FANCY GOODS
d call and inspect our good* t
•c prepared to sell them aa low a* they esn he bout,
i warranted a* represented; if it proves to tlie con-
Jjr will, iu all caaea, Ikj Ktrcxosn.
Agent* for the following : Tha Celebrated Rorel A Courvoirier Watehee, The Elgin
and United State* Watch Company’* Watches.
The American, Grover & Raker, Wheeler and Wil*on SEWING MACHINES.
TroL Frank’*, the Diamond, and Accommodating SPECTACLES.
Special attention given to watch work. Partit a having Watches that have been injured by
competent workmau or otherwise, MADE AS GOOD AS NEW and WARRANTED.
Plain Watches Jeweled .in l»n\>y and 8app!div, Cnrenlite, Aquamarine and Garnet Radges,
Binge, Ac., made to order. Jewelry REPAIRED a* neatly a* it can be done in New York.
JW Engraving done to order.
LEITNER & FRICKER,
oct 25 tl *
African Wines.—It is not generally
known that Cape Colony produow tho
most delicious wines grown on the face
of the earth. A cargo received as a re
mittance by onr neighbors Dr. J. C.
Ayer A Co. contains several varieties
there, among which the Constantin com
mands tho highest price of any wine in
the world. Almost the entire crop of it
is consumed in tho palaces of Europe,
this rare exceptiou being sent to them iu
exchauge for their moditines, which have
long been tho staple remedies of Sooth
Africa.—1 lob ton Journal.
SSLJ. J. McElbone,shorthand reporter
of the Washington (Jlobe, can, writh with
Ikjtli hands at the same time, tho lfift^toking
notes and the right transcribing. Ho
said to be tbo only man in the world who
can do this.
A Brilliant Arrival from Africa.—
A diamond hnnter has strived in Eng
land from the Cape of Good Hope, have
ing in his trunk a diamond stono valued
at thirty thousand pounds sterling,
“Thz Oldest Inharitaxt Gone.”—
A colored woman, named Jane Shaw,
died in Wilmington, N. C., on Monday
last, aged 123 years. It is said she was
bom on the 11th of January, 1747. So
says the Wilmington Star.
lMrsuoarxD non Life.—E. M. Yergcr,
who killed the Yankee Colonel, Crane, in
Jaekson, Mississippi, lost year, had a
neoond trial a few days since. As the
jury were negroes, and the Judge a Radi
cal, ot oouxae be was found guilty. His
As I intend changing my business I am now offering iny entire Stock of
BOOTS & SHOES
Americas, Go., OcL 20th, lm
II, T. BYRD.
THOMAS M. EDEN
attention of tbo public to l be
forge stork of GUNS, RIFLES. PISTOLS,
POUCHES, AMMUNITION, FENC-
MASKS, and complete assort-
which be has jast received. Having bad an experience of Thirty years in making, repairing and
selling articles in lib line, he U confident that he Can offer superior inducement* to purchasers.
He hopes by strict attention and fair deal in- to merit tho support of tbs people.
UU. E*>t sid* of Public Hqoara. next to binios A Son’* CaJibge Msnsfectory, * * *
£tgal $olit£s~$nmttr Co.
Sumter Sales for December.,
TTrlU'totoU tnlore the Court Hotue door
If in the dty of Americas, oa the first Tues
day in December next, between die nasal boon
of sals, tbo following property, to-wit:
Ouo boose and lot ia the city of Americas,
known as the residence of \V. A. Wilson. Lev
ied on oa the proparty of said Wilson to satisfy
sundry fi&s teauod from the Justice Oouri,789tn
Dfotrirt, G. M.. two in favor of W. C. Brown,
to in faTor of Richard A. Reid, on* in favor of
. A. Tonne, one in favor of Ranter A Co.; one
^ favor of Dank] Slade, and one in favor of Al
ien Brothers oil vs. said Wilson. Levies mads
and returned to me by W. J. Bosworth, L.C.
Aten-One bowse and lot in tlie tity of Ameri-
Justke court fi fa, 709th District, G. M. in favor
of Green A Hawkins, for tha use of S. B. Haw
kins tb M. B. Council. Levy made and returned
* by W. J, Bo*worth, L. C*
Court for tho 789th District, G. U,
Hawkins and Greene, for the use oi n. e
Greene. Levy made and returned to mo by TV
C. S* PARLEY, Sheriff.
Lot of land, No. 123, in tho 20th District of
. natter county. Levied on as the
Francis E. Albritton to satisfy a fits:
in favor of G. M. Hay'for the use of F. Si. Cok
er, Transferee v* Fronds E. Albritton; issued
from Sumter Superior Court. Property pointed
~at by plaiutiff.
Also—East half of lot or Land No. 03. in the
26th District of Humter County. Levied on as
* L property of Daniel G. Patterson to satisfy
fi fa issued front the Superior Court o'''
the April Term. 1870, of said 8a]
+ + FIRST PREMIUM
or A SILVER
mf BARROTs'HAIffREs'lONATIVE lA
Vegetable Hair Restorative
tween tbo legal hours of sate, tho
Known aa the J. E. J. Horne or Eli Ho
place, situated on Flint Biver, in the 28th 1
trictofsaid county, and containing 1380 acre*,
more or less. This is one of the
BEST COTTON PUNTATIONS
in the county and offers a rare opportunity for
safe investment. The greater portion of th
land is Biver bottom, and on tlie place is
splendid residence, an abundance of good uegi
house* and a fine gin house and screw, and tl
place is in fine repair and under good fence. TL
placet* soki fur distribution among the heirs of
Tbi* Preparation »un**s-<\- all othrr- .[ iu
elan u a Hair Renrarr.
It ii thorough in it* action t:|.uii Gray or Faded
It produces bat one ttiailnet :<tu>dr. while
others leave the hair in many roru-d *
It promotes growth when nthere fid I to rc-
_ produce a single hair.
It does not crisp or elry the hair, but leaves it
Ladies find it superior to any other » Toilet
Thein»redient.s usml 1„ fi,*,. Preparation are the
very beat that can bo louu.f. air I arc a. harm
less as water.
IsORD & SMITH, Proprietor*.
(URS1JANT to a judgment of the Super
Court of Sumter county, and also, by leave
tho Ordinary c f said county, tiic-re will be
sold before tho Court House door, in said coun-
u the first Tuesday in January neat. Fifty
timo and place, six acre* of land, m
" w porate limit* of
Amc-rictt*, adjoining the improved land* belong
ing to the estate of Jesse C. Jackson, late of
said county, deceased, and lying cost " **
Court bouae, and between the road* .
America* to Oglethorpe and Danville
said laud sold os the property of tl
' * ’jenenttf ti
The Great Medical Discovery t
Sr. mr.mr3 CAUFOnETA
t nundreds of Thousands
.O jt Boor testimony to their wonderful jj C.5
Curative Effects. c.*p
S^I WHAT ARE THEY?
ty beloii^iug^ to the
Whereas, Barney Parker, administrator e
state of Joseph CuawT *
the estate of Joseph 4
' 1, .wJW.
from said estate.
These a ....... .... p
and singular, tho kindred and creditors of r
deceased, and all persons concerned, to be i
appear at my office within tho time Drescri
by law, and show cause if a
erwise letters of dihmi*sion
term* of the law.
Given uuder my baud an
this ltkh day of August, 187<>.
egi THEY are not a vile
Made of Poor Hum. Whiak.07, Proof Bpir-
its, and Bofuao Liquors, .u* tore-bsp^ l.
aodswevtcnej to|>!cafc|UiOta4t.*,Crt U-d*^loun»
“ Appetiser*.” ** Jte*ior.-r*,“ 4!'., th at leal till
tiprder on to dnmk«arK*» p.udvam, but are a IrtiJ
Ui-vlicia?, mad# from tho Nauru Root* and
Herts of Calilorala, lr£>o from «til Alcohol io
Stimulants. They n »-i ' oOHEATBLOOD
PURJPLER andLIFiJ GIVING PHIN-
piPf.X » purljct KfcuvJl-< 1 D»vi*orator
ot the caiTvingoS ml poi*or.ocs Bitter,
and rartorin? the tlood to a healthy condition.
No person can takotbeso Bitter.*, ucoraingto
directions, and rent ’ ”
♦ i©0 will beg*'
G EORGIA—fiOlTEU Cof»TT,
Four week* after dsto application will
made to the Court of Grdiuary of said corn
* ’»ve ti> sell all tho lands ‘belonging to
e of Jack*uu W. Walker, deceased of i
JAMES P. WEST, \
v 8. lm. PHILLIP WEST, l AUm ™*
o the highest bidder, a
ro Room of 8. P. Boone,
o household and kitchen furniture tx-iongi
tire estate of Dr. Jno. A. Comer, deceasetl
Id by order of (Jourt of Grdiuary.
Mrs. HAITIE W. COMER, Exert,
r ll. T. Davenport, Att’y in fact.
ibis case, pro*
Forlnflamm it jry and Chrouio Bheu-
matism. and Gout. iVspopaia. or Indl-
aottion. Bilious, Hemittout- and Inter-
B ittent Fevers, Dia-msesof tha Blood.
ver. Kidneys, nnd Bladder. ih«-«* Bit-
tors have teen most anecoafril. 8uch Dis
eases arc csii-*ed bjr Vitiated Blood, vld. 'i
u K^KMlIy nroJared by denajenaeut ot tha
D, J?^r inrigocat* tbs stomach, cn.1 atimnlat*
thetorpiUivcrandboweti, wt^rh V«m3eft>wn»
all iiu;«ori*-lc*, ami lu»i*irtin j i
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache,
Fain iu tiie Hhould-r*. Cough*. Twhtnec* of tuo
O.iut, Diziin<-»S Botir tiomauch, Il*d Toslo ia
the Mouth. Itidiuns Attack*, Palpitation of tho
H. art, Copious Di«ct,arvcs of t rims. Pain in
th j region* of tlie Kidneys amt n handle! o’.hcr
E inful symptom* winch nro ths off-pcinss of
■■iieprla, aro nuvd l>y lhc«» ItiUevs
t:Wm*c tha YU::.t* l B'.»ol wh ncvvrynafWl
it* imjuiritlc* hur*ling throurfi t’ii s'iiti •«■’>
r WORMS, larking In
.» d^and your k-clui^
' PIN. T.U%m.1U
laslroy cd and removed.
For f*U dimrtkms read carefully the cfrralar
around each buttle, prinlod in fonr lai^aagn*—
Bivrhak. CK-rman, French, aw] Spanish.
3. WAlJkEU.Zd *; a» CcannwKtreei,N. Y.
p.-.i.>iictor. u. il McDonald * t;o.,
pi u:rri»t« and General Asm’a
S i FmiKlscn, California, and =1 nni=i r«m.
J|rso^ r :T t *J:v ALL pRCOCUSTS AXL
COAL 1 COAL I COAL!
“ ECONOMY IS WEALTH !”
rpIIEN look to yoar interest and use •’Goal’’
JL instead of Wood. It te cbe^>*r—safer,and
AST All Cash orders filled at oueo.
oct 151m WM. HIRUINE A SON.
A Desirable Beside nee
I WILL aril my House, containing seven hive
rooms, and lot containing six acrcv. low, if
appttedfscoooo. . I*. II. OLRUL
LAND FOR SALK
A BARGAIN OFFERED
dred acres of land, with the stock of motes, cat-
tte and hogs, corn and fodder «• the farm. TWs
plantation is in good repair, about half cleared,
with bouse* sufficient to comfortably accommo
date laborers, and aO other improvements ne-
^ikteurgain can be had by early application to
Fever and Ague
Always Stops the Chills.
Thislfodkiao lmt Luca before tha PubUo
fifteen years, nal ia still ahead of all
known remedied. It djci not purge, does
not sicken the atomuca, i»i*or!«jctly safe la
any doue and under nil circumstaaoe* and
la the only Medicine that will
* pemancxtlj every form of Fever and
it is a perfect
Sold hr a!I Drurgist*.
;o on tho place,
r particulars apn
ExYs J. E. J. Horne.
8TEPHEN 8. IKJONE,
Adro'r do bourn non.
No. 54.10 acre* of lot No. 75, south
o. 74, and North ludf lot No. 43, in f
ict of Sumter county. Also lot I
lortli l.air lot No. ltDth in tlio F
f Sumter county. To bo sold by on
irt of Ordiuary.
- half cash and the other lialf on
redit, with satisfactory security.
E. L. FORTH. Ailm’x
l>3 F. W. Forth, dec’d.
awford, late of said conn-
11. F. BELL, Ord*y.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Tho*e having claim* against the estate will r
‘ " je law to the umlereizu
II. T. DAVENPORT.
dor them ii
Atty in (act for Mr*. Hattie W Comer,Ex’r.
W ILL be sold before the Court Hou
iu tbe town of EllaviUe, on tho fit
day iu December next, within the leg;
of sale, the following property, to-wit;
One Bay Mule, Levied npuu by a fife
from tho aupcior court of Sumter Count
Term 1870, in favor of E. S. Baldwin vi
hundred and twenty ]
turned over to me by A.
tha case or Henry W. Pa;
i James M. Woodall,
Admiuistrutor a hale.
AK tlie first Tuesday in December next,
V sold before tho Court House door
town of Ellavilte, Schky county, agree*!*!
order of the Ordiuary of said county, Dm
and lot (Nu. fi) in tlie town of Ellavilte,
cast side of Public Square, known aa the Sellars
and Edge lot. Soldo* the prop'-*- ' “ **
Wall, tleee <sed, fer the benefit
of said deceasetl.
M. J. WALL,
oral regular term, after the expt-
rour weeks from this notice, for leave t>
West hair of Lot of tend No. 41. iu tbo
trict of Schley county, eon!
lew. Sold aa the t
T. H. DEVANE,
30th district of tjchley count;
hundred acres, more or Jeaa..
bounded on the north by lan
and ^ on Weak by Thom F. 1
rtN the first Tuesday in Dm
VI sold before the Court
town of Ellavilte, Schley county, by
Ordinary of acid county : Lots ot k
241, and half oi lot number 242. in 1
t.tbrt. foe divorce. ]y
Schtey Superior Court, October Term, 1870,
ratiaw WALDREP. j
vu (■ Libel for Divorce. *
SIM. WALDREP. )
TT APPEARING to the court that thedefcnd-
A ant to the above stated case has not been
■erred, he being a non-resident of the tftato:
It is ordered by the coast that aaid defendant
beand appear at the next April Term of said 8a- .
perior Court then and there to answer tho plain
tiff ia an action for Divorce, and that service be
8S?oritorto tho*^mtm t Be|)5il5S| 1 a pnbte?
gazette, once a month for foflr month* previous
to said April Term of thiacomt.
J:M. CLARK, J. 8. <X,8. W. O.
A true extract from the Minutes of Schley So- *
perior Court. J. NEWTON CHENEY., 1
nov22mlm . Clerk. ■
^tgal ^alts-SHtbstir Co. jj
Webster SUerifPs Sal* Cor Dec’r. J
TTTILL be sold before the Court House door *r
W in the town of Preston, Webster county, th
on the first Tuesday in Dacembar next,within the hi
legal hours of sate the following property to wti: oa
East half of Lot of tend No. 251, In the 25th or
District of Webster opunty, known as the Mar- pi
tha C. McGrady, to satisfy a Ufa ia my hands an
issued from the Justice Court of *78th District p
of Webster county, to faTor of Hawkins A Tack- wi
ett vs. Martha C. McGrady. Property poiatzd ot
out by T. H. Pickett, Plaintiffs Attorney. m
JAMES T. WHARTON, Sheriff. g
Also at tux same tuok axd rt-acc will nu soxdJ to
Letooftend No. 205,182,20* and one hundred J
and four acre* offof lot No. ITS, and 150 acres off V
w No. 179, containing 8C0 acres, more or 1cm, in £
the 19th diairict of Webstar county; known aa
the Fred Bell plantation, near H*nhaoney. Lcv-
ied on the property or J. A. Bell to satisfy two |
tl te* in my hands issued from the Superior
court of saul county in favor of J. B. Parrot vs.
J. A. Bell and V. B. Harrell ve J. A. BeU. Prop-
nova ids ltep. Sheriff
Webster .Mortgage Sale*.
TTTILL be sold before the Court house door,in
W the city of Preston, county of Webster, on
tbs find Tuesday in January next, ths follow
ing property, to wit:
One Borrell horse Mule, to satisfy a Mortgage
tl fa in my hand* issued from the Superior court
of Mid county, in favor of John Turner va John
Bell. J. T. WHARTON,
ttov 3 tds. Sheriff.
Postponed Administrator’s Sale.
AN the first Tuesday hi December next, before
U the Court House door in tho town of Pres
ton Webster County, will bo *old between the
Igal hours of sale, tl»o following described lauds,
being a portion of tbe plantation of J. M. Saun
ders deceased, whereupon he lived at the time
of his death, to wit:
Fractional lot No. 3G, containing 150 acre*; lot
No. 02. Lot NoG7 and South East lioir of lot
No. 66 containing ono hundred acre*. Said lands
iu originally 48, now the RKh District of said
ocunty of Webster.
The said land* having been bid off at tbe pre
vious sole of the Administratrix to wit: Tbo first
Tuesday in Doccmbcr last, by Sampson Bell of
said county, who failing to comply with tbe
sale, tbo same is now to be sold at bis risk. Sale
having been postponed by order of court.
Term* ot sale —cash.
oct. 13. td*.. Admx.
Whereas, Mrs. Ciuthia Goare applies for
Letters of Administration, with the'Will annex
ed, on tlie estate of Phans Goare, late ot said
Those aro therefore to cite all persous Inter
ested to bo and appear at my office on or before
tlio first Monday m December next, to show
cause, if any, wny the petition should not l>e
’ Given under my hand and official signature,
thi* 7tli of November, 1870.
uov 10 lm G. W. Davespobt, Ordiuary.
[ tl Whereas, J. P. P. Harrell, Adm’r de boui*
f non. estate of J. P. Harrell, late of said county,
dec’d. applies to me fot tetter* of dismission as
administrator ou said estate.
These are therefore to cite and admonish, all
and singular, tbe kindred and creditor* of said
deceasetl, and all persons concerned, to be and
® appear at my office within the time prescribed
1 by tew, and show cause, if any they Lave, oth-
‘ erwisc letter* of dismission will be granted ui
» terms of the tew.
u Given under my hand and official signature,
0 this 25th day of October, 1870.
; oc27-m4m O. W. Davcxfoxt, Ord’y
r /AEOBGIA—Websteb Cocjcty. '
Vs Whereas, A. J. Austin applies to me for
1 loiter* of Guardianship of tlio person and prop
erty of Franklin Opry and Robert Opry, minor*
under 14 year* of age, resident* of said county.
These are to cite and admonish all concerned,
to be and appear at my office, within Uie time
n prescribed by tew, and file their objection, if
»- any they have, otherwise tetters of Guardian*
n stop will be granted said applicant.
uiTeu under my hand and official signature,
1 this 26th day of Novemher. 1870.
d nov291iu$3. G. W. DAVENPORT, Ord’y.
d /1EOUGIA—WEBsrEn Couxtt.
‘ u To all wliom it may concern: Wheieas,
u Herschel V. Perry applies to me for the Guar
dianship of the person and property of Fannie
e E., Edmond 8., and Oscar T. Perry, minors
uuder fourteen jesrs of uge, resident* of said
These are to cito and admonish all concerned
to be and appear at my office within tlie time
prescribed by tew, and show cause, if any tliey
e have, why said Letter* of UnarJianship should
d not bo grauted.
Given under my hand and olficuti signature,
thi* 2lat of November, 1870.
0. W. DAVENPORT, Ordinary.
, %tpl lloticts—|ite Countj.
j Leo Post pon e«l Sheri IT*s Sales for
TTTII.L be sold before tlie Court House door iu
W tlie towu of Starkrilks Lee county, ou
the first Tueaday, iu December next, withiu
tho legal hour* of sale, the following property
‘ ^Four lots or land. No*. 130, 140,149, 150, all
L lying ill the 14th District of Lee county. Levied
f- on as tlie property of Green R. Mayo to satisfy
- two tl fa* m my baud*, und one iu favor of Tbo*.
L Cameron v* Green B. Mayo and rhomas F.
Porter stvmify. Tbo otber ia tevor of Officer*
ot Court vs Ui ten B. Mayo, also to satufiy fi fa*
in my hand*, all issued from Lee Superior Court.
■ ' JAMES SALTER,
nov 3 tds. Deputy Slw.riff.
- • AdmiuUtrator’s Sale.
R TJY virtue of an order of tho Ordinary of Lee
r Jj county, will l*e sold before the Court
is- House uoor, iu tbo town of Blakely, Early
ns county, Oa., on tho first Tuesday in January
next, betwtim tbe legal hour* of sale : Lot of
•J teml, No. 251, in tho 26th di*t. of Early co, Ga.
fi Sold a* the prouorty of heabrou R. Moore, diec'd.
j. for the lienefit of the heire and creditors of sskl
deceased. Terms cash.
to - JUnN DOBBINS,
n> nov 15 td* Adm’r.
<“ ~Lm Mortgaga SalM for December.
TTTILL be sold before the Court Honse door,
— s* iu tbo towu of StarkviUe, Leo county, on
the first Tuesday in December next, between ths
be usual hour* of sate, the following property, to-
in One Grey More. Sold to satisfy a mortgage
se fi fain tevor of J.V. Price A Son.
th ‘ JAMES SALTER,
rs sept 29 til*. Deputy Sheriff.
«e rtEORGlA—Lxx Cotnmr,
1J Whersa*, Mrs. E. A. Green applies to me for
Letters of Admiuiatrstioo, on tbe estate of Win.
— H. Green, teto of said county,deceased.
Those are therefore to cite and admonish, aB
ill and singular, the kindred end creditors of said
at deceased to be and appear at my office within
of the time prescribed by tew, and fib their objec
ts tiooe, if any they have, otherwise letters of od-
te- ministration will be granted said applicant,
ed Given muter ray hand and official signature,
of this 19th day of October. 187ft.
ud oct 19 lm J. W. WILKERSON Ordinary.
r% EOUGIA—Lx* CotTSTT.
- U Wbereas, Colvin G. Hayofip applies to me
for Letters ot Guardianship of the person and
ffi- proDerty of Lancy and Joous Hayslin.
be Tasso are ihcrcforo to rite and afcanish, sR
irt and singular, the kindred ot mid minors, and
w- all persona concerned, to be and appear at my
he office within ths time prescribed bylaw, and file
oc their objection, tf any they have, otherwise
is Letters of Guardianship will he granted said
is #I Uivea under my hand, to office, at SUrkvCle,
“ AS tb. fink Timdaj in Juiomt next. -Si In
U ^1 bdbn Uw Court IIooM door, iu ike
* town of BtarkrQte, Lee eoonty, agrees bio to an
erdsr of ths Ordinary of said esuaty, the lolhw-
-■ T 7SS?*' W1L C. GILL, Idm-r.
to nSBuT Iku flnni OWELLDKU. ud lot of
. aranuui.nBw xwx,
to the pabbe, are pro*
lebrated opticians in the
erfbet natural, artificial
aver known. They are
sited together, and derive
1,* on account of their
m mud brilliancy. The acicntific principle
:h they are constructed brings the core
re of the tens directly in front of the eye,
ing a dear and distinct viator, as in ths
healthy sight, and preventing all un
it sensation, such as glimmering and
lg of sight, dizziness, peculiar to ail
n use. They are mounted in the finest
r, In frames of the material* used for tha*
t. Their finish and durability <
L CatmoN—None genuine on
ir trade mark <• stamped <
LEITNER A FRICK]
Six Great Remedies.
Hurley’s Stomach BKtere
For Debflttr, Lore of Apprtit,
Weakness, Indigeation, or Dys-
pepdia. Want of Action of
the, Liver, or Disor
GenOram: Abool t«o monllu ii', i
cored, bollte of Dr. Huriev’r Billcre
wife. tlunkuiB it • pjMMM tooie, Ut not
ing much on ita medicinal Tirture, atnl itetu^t
her of. diuutt aho Ud long lttca nndert^
meat for. I was afflicted in a similar wsv
cot some for ay own nse, and am happy VA
tt has cared me. My disease was of theUoAb.;
andkidueys. It is. certainly a splendid m<d .
cn >, and being pkasant to take is quite a r*.
commendation. We and onr nighl>orn hare u>,
far any others now. Very respectfuilv v
ing it tor tnreo years, an
P TiVTl IjI -TD -/^1 rp-•--wtiaraction. Never heard
JL l wives wi^pao no oifinZToi
Notice to Mothers.
Infant Soothing Syrup.
Use in the future Heabrook**. a eombinati..n
quite np in advancement of the age; pk-amt
and reliable in all cases, Invaluable in the fol
Sommer Complaints, Irregularities «>!
the Bowels, Restivenesas, Teeth
ing, eta, etc.
Give* health to the child and rest to the tuotte.?.
». ,, ,Marietta, Go., Nov. 1.18&*.
James Ruddle & Co. Louisville, Ky.-\Y«
have used your^Saabrouk’* Infant Soothmg Sy-
and find it does luoregmV
triod. We be-
j gives rest aji*
quicker than all otber r»iu.
fiflmad for sale. We havo been «*]/•
ing it for three years, and it gives universal
' ‘"H. Never heard it couij>laiucd of. Oar
’ours, Wn. U. 1Ur,t.
- Call and select your BONNETS and
PURIFY YOUB BLOOD.
This is the pure and genuine extract of the
root, and will, on trial, be found to effect t cer
tain and perfect cure for the followuig ecu-
plaints and diseases:
Affections of the Bones, Habitual Cost-
iveness, Debility, Diseases of the
Kidneys, Dyspepsia, Erysipelas,
Female Irregularities, Fis
tula, all Skin Disease*,
Liver Complaint, Indiges
tion, Piles, Pulmonary Diseases,
Scrofula or King’s Evil, Syphilie,
And all impurities of the Blood, etc.
To Dr. Thus. A Hurley: sir. I deem it on act
of justice to you to statl that in the month ot
February last, I had a severe attack of
History rheumatism, which comptetelr to*-
At tho r -~~ 1 —'
Cheap for Cash!
oct 4 tf WM. LAZAltON.
WE WILL HELL
The American Combination
BUTTON-HOLE & OVERSEAMINO
which will do ail that can be done ou the Com
bination Machine, except the
ButtonHole & Overseaming.
ON TIME !
Theso machine* make tho lock *titcb, which
alike ou both aides, and
Will i\ot Rip!
They will stitch, hem, felt, tuck,
—sir —.»_*». H *aw on. *- '
much afflicted. I was so reduced that .. __
with the greatest difficulty I could walk. ]pr<>.
cured some of your compound extract of Ham*
iwrilte, and commenced taking It. I found that
1 began to improve, my cough became I.-m *-
vare, the coreness of my tongs and breoau
gradually subsided, my rheumatic pain* lew
scute. 1 attribute this mainly to your Sam-
parilla. I have now been taking it for over tiro
month*! I havo taken in all five bottle*. It* ef
fects have been most satisfactory to me, and I
advise others similarly affected to give yon a
trial. Jos. Curat.
the city of Louisville.
HURLEY’S AGUE TONIC.
NO ARSENIC—NO MERCURY.
. .— cord, hi
quilt, and gather and *ew on. In fact they
do everything that any other inachiue cau do,
iparatively noiseleM, and easier than any
other two thread machine. We will sell these
machine* to responsible parties upon the follow
925 cash when the machine is bought, bal
ance in treeJdu instalments untl the
machine is paidfor.
Any lady cau, in a short time make the macLine
Pay for Itself
.Every Hochine Warranted.
Leitner and Flicker,
Th (Toil It remedy for Chills and Fever ot
Ague and Fever, that i* or can be depended np-
on is Hurley's Ague Tonic. There have Uea
thousand* cured by using it who havo tried tl*
remedies without benefit.
Dr. Tlios. A. Hurley: I hereby ccrtifr tin
g the teat year I was attacked with tlx
while in Vicksburg, Miss., and used atm-
mter patent medicines with but teniporan
On reaching home the disease returned
'ore© type, if possible, when my media)
daut ordered quinine, in large do***, fre
quently as high as W) grain* per day, and which
must have cost me nearly $100. I consulted Dr.
Smith, of Louisville, and found he prescribed
quinine apd arsenic, combined, which I rtliw-1
*o take, preferring to let the disease taken*
eurae. I was almost bloodies*, extremciv ex
hausted, and pronounced with enlarged lint
and spleen. About this time tho advcrtiacmeif
of Hurley's Agpo Tonic appeared in a city taiwi,
r id I determined to giro it a trial. I did so, and
’ no reason to regret it. One bottle restored
luiplctclv, and since that time I have seen
nearly a hundred cases in which it actid with
equally happy results, and would certainly n*
•ommend it as preferrabte to any other tonic ti-
fore the public. Jawb Mahtix, Engineer.
Louisville, Ky., June 14,18&>,
ilTOULD wpectlutty call the attention of the
ww citizens of Amcricu* and surroundin" conn-
ryto the fact that ho is prepared to make all
at the shortest notice. We have
Two European Workmen
who will give vdisfiactioo to the trade. Owing
to tha foet that ha has had a good patronage for
fourteen year* from tbe public, he feels abte and
is willing to cut and make dotbee at moderately
low prices, ao aa.to save the ladies tbe trouble of
making them, m he can then Utter «ata bia
Valuable City Property
fpHE subscriber offers _ ^
A lot in the Soatheru part of tU dty. near
the FcmateCoOege,occupied by Cok A. 8. Cults.
assffiesssar 1 -
1 lUoo&rfttrYtl,. myialerret inUw
IRON & CAL1SAYA
Thi* elegant combination possesee* oil the
tonic properties of Peruvian Bark and iroR,
without tiie diaagreeabie tastes and bad effect*
of either, separately or to oilier preparation*, <■<
qaired after convalescence from.fevtmor detib-
ttiing diseases,or in those distressing irrcgulw-
itica peculiar to fomates. No female th< uWbe
without it, it liable to such diseases, for nuthui
can wall take it* place.
JAMES BIDDLE 4 €0.,
IsnUtrutury No. 41 BuiliU Street,
All the above medicines are for sale by
W. A. COOK & CO.,
And at Wholesale by
L. W. Hunt &Co ( Maocn, Ca.
POPULAR WORM CANDY
This being really a specific against ull 1£*J* 1 *|
orms that are foundm children, it is fo***'
coating ths rernody administered to such Uca-
btes; ita pleasant taste te quite a reoommmj;
ttoo of itadf; while tts effloency to truly wood*-
consequence of tho benefit 1 have received
the nae of your Dr. Hurley’s Worm Candy u
Hurley’s Worm Ckndy at least one of
dren would havo died. JtothofonrchiUwn»*
now well and hearty, they peeeed wornu ewj
VTALU ABLE PROPEBTT
V FOB IULK IN BBDSSWICO,
MtUrrafnjwl Into lota t-d -Sfe. t^LjJ
Utftnlit Inr prio« to aMM
OouUttag or yitfit awantlia ot tke baildtox «<■»>
Thiala Uia Mat daainbla ptwcitT in Uta city ] JJ*—*
MSg^laabMSafapar «g.a» Ibaaa^ia »Ba