The Greoi-o-ia, Weekly Telegraph and. Journal &z Messenger.
.' jure of Georgia Radicalism.
* itlanla correspondent of the Oinninnati
(Radical,) ■writes as follows of the
l8lB1 * rospects of Radicalism in Georgia. He
:0t * what he is talking about, and contrary to
0 ** . cu stom of his tribe, has the candor or
s85B tioa to tell the troth. We are jnst as
g predictions will become realities
l fl years, at farthest, as we are that Radical-
113 Man All Wise Providence, for some hid-
ne 1 ‘ " ever allowed to curse any people
r began. Patience and a silent gather-
t of a 11 oar ener 8 ies iot 1110 final
? op so ark of life in the monster will be
-an't we wait for the glorious day?
■ n! nas,
. t0 a variety of reasons, the principal
which is the fact that the army of the
i* cf-tes and sundry military gentlemen in
J>t®“ “ 0 [ a C ourt martial, have come to their
* olfueoublican party in Georgia appear to
r< in „ cround. But as soon as the extra-
pfops now supporting it, and giving it
Iri^ooloriDR of strength, are withdrawn, the
[S will slowy sink again into the slough of
L ^ n^enev and cry out for help when no help
tppenue time cannot be long now
®. StaW is returned to her place in the
f“r and (ben the party will have to stand
P“ on .’ jnerits, if it stands at all, for Congress
be powerless to come to its aid every six
[jgjjths. ,, r
The Speed op Bikds.—Spallanzi found that
SW ft!Iow can fly at the rate of 92 miles an
hnnr and be computes the rapidity of the swift
lobe’ not less than 250 miles an hour. If it can
nore at this rate for a short distance, the swift,
oust be ranked as the swiftest of birds. The
mmo ncrow can make about 25 miles, the
lider dock 90 miles, the eagle 140 miles, the
’ irk and many other birds 150 miles per hour.
> flight of migratory birds does not probably
ficeed 50 miles within the bonr. A falcon be
aring to Henry IV. of France escaped from
Tontaineblean and was fonnd at Malta, having
Ljg at least 1,530 miles within 21 honrg. Sir
John Ross, on the Cth of October, 1850, dis-
1 uched from Assistance Bay two yonng carrier
ons, and on October 13th one of them
jied its dovecote in Ayrshire, Scotland.
, direct distance being about 2,000 miles, the
was comparatively slow. Birds whose
have excited astonishment have been in
GJ instances assisted by aerial currents mov-
, in the same direction.
We never like to advise the ladies in any
natters pertaining to personal apparel, because
Jiey have ft way of snubbing man’s vanity of
Epinion about such things that neither their
ImiV’s nor caresses can redeem; but the follow
ing is suggestive, a-jd without urging the lesson
khich it teaches we submit it for the good it
na v do:
•'Xo woman should wear her garter below the
,jee. It is ruinous to the shape of the calf,
bore than this, it has serious consequences
1; ill, r kind. The principal vein of the
bo runs just beneath the skin until it nearly
learhfs the knee, when it sinks beneath the
-Mtfeg. Now if this is constricted at its larg
est part by a tight garter, the blood is checked
a its return to the heart, the feet are easily
d, and more liable to disease, the other
tins of the leg are swollen into hard, bine
mots, become varicose, as it is called, and
..lea break, forming obstinate ulcers. This
lisa picture which a physician sees nearly every
■day. With the garter fastened above the knee
lall'this pain and deformity are avoided.”
The Tariff bill, which came into the United
States House of Representatives on Tuesday af
ternoon, met with a rough reception, and in an
hour's debate, which sprang np contrary to the
intention of the ways and means, th6 measure
got some severe blows from Allison, of Iowa, on
the Repnblican side, and Brooks and Marshall
on the Democratic side. It was charged that a
good portion of the free list was actually in the
interest of mannfactnrers. That although the
duties on sugars were reduced, the classification
was so that the reduction resulted in a positive
benefit to the refiners; and that while pig and
scrap iron were brought down two dollars per
| ton, the uew classification of ihia important in-
i terest was such that the bill actually afforded
increased protection to iron manufacturers.
These announcements created considerable sur
prise in the House, and the bill does not start
out with a very brilliant prospect of success. It
is to be taken up on February 15th, and consid
ered front day to day till disposed of.
Is constructing a new street in Paris, a ceme
tery used in tbe days of the first revolution has
been nneovered. Among other tuman remains
was found a remarktbly bsaitiful head of a
woman, in a wocderfil s ate tf preservation.
Tbe fair hair still adnerm 1 :he skull bears the
coiffure in fashion in 1793 • .» , vith twisted and
powdered tresses. There is uo doubt that the
head belonged to one of the victims of the re
volutionary tribunal; but it is a singular cir
cumstance that the eyes are covered with a black
frontlet. As no mention is made in the chroni
cles of the times of anyone of among those
executed being blind-folded before mounting
the scaffold, this discovery has given rise to
much speculation and conjecture.
Elevation of the African.—Josh Billings is
on bis travels and indites the following from
Wheeling, Virginia, to the New York Evening
Tbe late ackt of emansipashon baz thrown a
vast lot ov negros out of employment in Whee
ling; they don’t seem tew liav enny thing to do,
only tew belong tew themself, which iz the
hardest kind ov work for the poor phellows.
The negro mnst be elevated or destroyed
not elevated by the hair ov the head, for that
it too short a holt, but bi learning him tew
work for himself.
Enny man who haz leemed tew work for him
self it three-quarters elevated.
Hi wife (and me) leave here to-morrow for
Bad Loans.—A Chicago Judge has decided that
rife can recover money loaned to a knaband. On
subsequently searching a largo number of husbands,
however, the public felt constrained to reverse tbe
How about money loaned to a wife? Doesn’
that go, too, “where the woodbine twineth?’
asks oar friend of the Constitutionalist
Robert N. Parker Against the City.—We pub
lished, yesterday morning, the decision of the Su
preme Court in the case of Robert N. Parker againtt
tbe city of Macon. About four years ago, Mr.
Parker, who, we believe, is a citizen of TwiggB
county, was standing on the eidowalk in front iff
the old store of E. J. Johnston & Co., Mulberry
street, which establishment had been burned by
Wilson's raiders. The walie were still standing,
but whilst Mr. P. was there conversing with a friend
the front section fell, covering him with brick and
mortar. He was extricated and surgical aid called
in. He afterwards brought suit for personal injuries
against the city, and the law points of the case were
argued before Judge Cole by Messrs. Bacon &
Simmons for the plaintiff, and Harris & Hunter for
tbe defense. Judge Cole decided that the city was
only responeible for accidents of this character ra
ce ized by reason of defects in the pavements,
streets, alleys, or such other places ovor which it
had immediate jurisdiction; that the wail in ques
tion was private property and suit should have been
brought against its owner. Therefore the plaintiff
was not entitled to recover. Bat Chief Justice
Brown does not agree, and says in his decision: “A
two-story, brick wall of a bouse, that bad been
burnt down some months previous, standing on tbe
edge of the eide-walk, though private property, if
it be bo mneb dilapidated or decayed as to endan
ger the lives of persons paesing the streetB, is a
nuisance, which the Mayor and Council are bound
to have removed, and if they fail and damage re
sults to any person by reason of such neglect, the
city is liable for the damage sustained. If the walls
were sound and steady, and did not, under any or
dinary circumstances, endanger any one passing
tho streets, and it should be thrown down by temp
est or act of God, a person injured by the fall would
have no right to recover damages for such injury
from the city.”
The case, then, comes back to our Superior Court,
when it will devolve upon the plaintiff and defense
to prove the character of the wall at the time the
injuries were received. Damages are assessed at
The Laboratory.—The gentlemen who own the
Laboratory property have already had an engineer
to survey a race track, and will proceed at once to
put it in order. They are also contracting for lum
ber and tho enclosing of the grounds. They hope
to bo able to have races over tho course this spring,
and will be fully prepared for holding a Fair the
•amir g fall.
B. A. WISE & CO.,
Cherry Street, MACON, 6A.
Indigestion not only affects the physical health,
but the dispositions and tempers of its victims. The
dyspeptic becomes, too, in a measure demoralized'
by his sufferings. He is subject to fits of irritation,
eullenness or despair, as the case may be. A pre
ternatural sensitiveness which he cannot control
lead8himto misconstrue the words and acts of
(hose around him, and his intercourse even with
ihose nearest and dearest to him is not unfrequent-
ly marked by exhibitions of testiness foreign to bis
real nature. These are tbe mental phenomena of
the disease, for which the invalid cannot be justly
held ressonsible, but they occasion much household
discomfort. It is to the interest of the home circle,
it is essential to family harmony as well as to the
rescue of the principal sufferer from a etate not
far removed from incipient insanity, that these
symptoms of mental disturbance be promptly re
moved. This can only bo done by removing their
physical cause, a derangement of tbo functions of
the stomach and its allied viecera, tbe liver and the
bowels. Upon these three important organs Hostet-
ter’s stomach bitters act similtanconsly, producing
a thorough and salutary change in their condition,
The vegetable ingredients of which tho preparation
is composed aro of a renovating, regulating and al
terative character, and tHe stimulant which lends
activity to its remedial virtues fis tbe purest and
best thst can be extracted from tho most wholesome
of all cereals, viz: sound rye. No dyspeptic can
take this genial restorative for a single week with
out experiencing a notable improvement in his gen
eral health. Not only will liis bodly sufferings abate
from day to day, but his mind will recover rapidly
from its restlessness aDd irritability, and this happy
diaago will mMutMi itself in his demeanor to
_ The Po itmaster General has decided to estab
lish the free delivery system at New Orleans.
Efforts ore being made to replenish the
streams of Vermont with salmon.
It i3 reported that dissenting Mormons con
tinue to hold meetings in Utah.
A Connecticut Yankee has invented a ma
chine for feeding horses, poultry and cattle.
AiiiosT one of the last political squibs of tbe
lamented Prentice was the following: “It is un
derstood that Butler would have been a candi
date for the Spanish throne if the crown jewels
hadn’t already been stolen.”
The Army and Navy Journal says that out of
the 2771 officers of our army, between 700 and
SOO entered the service as private soldiers, and
that only C22 ever enjoyed the advantages of
England complains that the flour sent from
this country has alum in it
' The Texas cattle have qnadrapled in number
since the war.
An English soldier in a guardhouse, who could
not read, was lately incited to shoot his corporal
by seeing a picture of a similar incident in a po
lice gazette. The soldier was hanged. The pub
lisher was not
A Paris journalist has been practicing the
goillotining business, excepting the final stroke,
and finds that the terror only lasts eighteen sec
onds from the time the criminal sets foot on the
lowest step of the fatal ladder.
Cotton Stealing.—Charlie Benger and Edward
Groce, negroes, were brought before Justice Gran-
88 yesterday on a warrant sued out against them
hy Mr. D. W. Flanders, of East Macon, charging
them with receiving stolen cotton, knowing it to be
such at the time. But one of the parties, Edward
Groce, had a preliminary trial which resulted in his
being bound over to the Superior Court in the sum
of $300. Benger waived trial and gave bond in the
same amount for his appearance before the Supe
rior Court. The prosecution was conducted by B.
W. Stubbs, Esq., and the defence by Messrs. Hun
ter and Gustin.
The cotton in question was a bale that was stolen
from Mr. Flanders on the niglit of the 1st inat., and
t*** sold to Messrs. Walker Sc Graybill, as sample
cotton. Fortunately for them the cotton was dis
covered to have been atolenfbefore tbe negroes
■pent the money they received for it, aod they re
covered it. Officers Ferrell and Wylie of the police
force arrested the negroes above named.
OFFER AT REDUCED PRICES,
BOO COOKING STOVES,
100 COAL, GRATES,
100 PARLOR and BOX STOVES.
Wishing to close ont our entire stock of Cooking
Stovos, we will offer them at great bargains.
<3* Planters wishing to purchase can do so by
Warehouse acceptances without additional cost.
Every cook stove warranted or the money returned
B. A WISE & CO.,
Cherry street, Macon, Ga.
P S O S P H AT E,
Manufactured by tin
Navassa Guano Co, of Wilmington, II. C.,
IN BAGS OR BARRELS.
rfiRIS Fertilizer is prepared with the utmo.-t erre,
. . and contains ever; constituent desirable for any
cr«p to which it may be applied. It is especially
adapted to the growth of
Cotton, Corn, Cereals,
An I all kinds of
Fruits and Vegetables.
It is manufactured of the same materials from
which tho colebrated
Patapsco Guano Co.’s Phosphate
is prepared, and reference is made to that Company.
(65 South st., Baltimore,) for its efficacy, quality and
R. R. BRIDGES, President.
Treasurer and Secretary,
Wilmington, N. C.
W. P. GOODALL,
Pain Killer, after a thorough trial by innu
merable living witnesses, has proved itself themedi-
cino of tho age. It is an internal and external
remedy. One positive proof of its efficacy is, that
its sales haveconstantlyincreased, and wholly upon
its own merits. Tho effect of the Pain Killer upon
the patient when taken internally, in case of Cold,
Congh, Bowel Complaints, Cholera, Dysentery, and
other affections of the system, has been truly won-
derfol, and has won for it a name among medical
preparations that can never be forgotten. Its suc
cess in removing pain, as an external remedy, in
cases of Burns, Bruises, Sores, Sprains, Cuts, Stings
of Insects, and other causes of sufferings, has se
cured for it such a host of testimony, as an almost
infallible remedy, that it will be banded down to
posterity as one of tbe greatest medical discoveries
of the 19th century.
Sold by aU Druggists. feb G-eodftwlm.
Reasons Why.—You should use TUFTS IM
PROVED LIQUID HAIR DYE.
Because the Barbers say it is the best.
Because it imparts a natural color.
Because it does not injure the hair.
Because it leaves the hair soft and glossy.
Because it does not stain the skin or bed linen.
Because its application is simple and easy.
Because its effect iB instantaneous.
Because it is the best in the world,
Jft fcgfflJ HALL’S
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
PRODUCE GRAY HAIR AND BALDNESS!
The use of
SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
Will restore it to its natural color and promote its
Our Treatise on the Hair sent free by mail.
B. P. ttat.T. Sc CO., Naebau, N. H., Proprietors.
The S. S. S. of 1801,
Or Dr. JEUSONS Original Southern Soothtng
Syruf for Children Tkethino, is again resusci
tated! It is a Corrigenl of tho Bowel disorder*
contingent upon this period; a grateful Carmina
tive; a nutritious Syrup ; and a gentle Anodyne,
inducing calm and refreshing repose, without the
pernicious and distressing reactionary disturbance
of the nervous system that results from tbe exhibi
tion of most preparations—expressly made for chil
dren. Its use in the Southern States, as far back
as 1862, established its reputation as a Southern In-
titution, and, as a medicine unrivalled, and as bo
ng the bat and safest preparation for children
teething, ensuring rest to mothers and nurses and
relief and strength to their infants. It is therefore
no new medicine, and needs no advertising where it
is beet known. Every precaution has been taken
to preserve and protect it from fraudulent counter
feits. It is manufactured only at the Laboratory
of Com, Tompkins Sc Hurd, members of and suc
cessors to tbe old established Southern Drug House
of Ninmr- Risley Sc Kitchen, 141 Chambers
street, New York, to whom all orders should bo ad
dressed, and is for sale by all respectable Druggists
and general dealers throughout the Southern States.
Throat Affections and Hoarseness.—AU suffer
ing from Irritation of the Throat and Hoarseness
will bo agreeably surprised at tbe almost im
mediate reUef afforded by the use of “Brown's
Bronchial Trochee.” The demulcent ingredients
allay pulmonary i nation; and, after public speaking
or einging, when the throat is wearied and weak
ened by too much exercise, their, use wiU give re
newed strength to tho vocal organs.
If you do not want gray hair, use Hall’s Vegeta
ble Sicilian Hair Benewer, which will not stain tbe
skin or soil linen. feb6-eod&w!w
From Sea Moss Farine may be made Blanc Mange,
Ligbt-house Podding, Long Branch Pudding, Far
rine Cream, Cream Cakes, Farine Fies and Cus
tards, loe Cream, Soup*, Gravies, Gruels, etc., etc.
rfUIIS PLOW is now tbo leading PLOW of tbe Mid-
. . ale and Cotton States. Among tho hundreds of
testimonials *e have from practical Farmers and
Planters, wc would call attention to the following ex
it act from a letter received from Col. B. G. LoCK-
£TT. of tho large planting Grin of Jordan Cc Lockett,
dated Albany, Ga., 27tb November. 1869. "Before
closing this letter. I cannot refrain from expressing
my sincere thanks to yon for the invention of the best
Plow now in use. It is the delight of the negro.
Besides doing the bert work that I have ever seen any
Plow do, it runs with more ease to the Plowman and
the draught to the animal is lighter than any Plow I
Lave ever seen. Your Plow has already bocome a
necessity to me. and I would feel ruined without it.
1 am satisfied we have saved thousands ofoollars an-
nnallyin males alone. It is the cheapest Plow I have
ever used of any kind or description. I am anxious
to bring, if I can. to the notice of my fellow Planters
this most valuable Plow.”
Col. Lockett commenced using those Plows in the
spring of 1868. and now has more than 250 of them on
his plantations. . ... ,
We have testimonials as emphatic from leading
Farmers in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
Alabama, and Texas, bat this will suffice for the most
During the present fall this Plow has taken pre
miums at.eigbt Fairs, held in Virginia, North Caro
lina, South Carolina and Alabama—and the HIGH
EST RATINGS at the great Field Trial in Pennsyl
vania. in August last, when moro than FIFTY differ
ent Plows were teste 1.
Liberal discount to Merchants who buy to sell
again, and to Planters who buy at wholesale.
WATT & KNIGHT.
1452 Franklin Street, Kicbmc&d, Va.
Can be bad at
XMEessrs. Carhart dt Cord’s, Agents,
Georgia Practical Baste College,
AWTON & LAWTON.
Agents, Macon, Ga.
CITY BANKING COMPARY
C. A. NUTTING.
Corner Mulberry and Second Streets,
t. B. EUSTON. Principal of Penmanship Depart
ment, late of Dolboar and J. IV. Blackman’s Com
mercial Colleges, Now Orleans. La.
GEORGE R. LEVISON, Principal of Business De-
irtment, late of Eastman National Business College,
oughkeepsie. New Y ork.
Honrs of Instruction from 9 to 1, 3 to S,
7 to 9, dally.
TERMS OF TUITION-PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
The Commercial Coarse, here parsued, embraces:
Business Penmanship 315 00
Book-Keeping (adapted to different depart
ments of trade)...™ 25 00
Arithmetic. Mercantile Calculations 25 00
Ornamental Penmanship and Flourishes......... 20 00
Pen Drawing 20 00
Business Forms, Business Correspondence.
Good Board can bo obtained at Twenty-five Dollars
Hon. E. A. Nisbet, George S. Obkar, Mayor,
Hon. Washington Poe. J, W. Bdree, Esq.
IIon. J mes Jackson, Joseph i.ltsby,Esq.,
Dr. J. B. Boon. C A. Netting, Esq.,
Bet. David Wills, D. D.
W. S. HOLT,
J. E. JONES.
W Will do a Goneral Banking Business in all its
HE Stock of this Company is all owned in Macon
_ and vicinity. Having no circulation to protect,
the whole capital is guarantee! for the security of
Depositors and Patrons.
Double Refined Poudrette
‘Lodi Manufacturing Company,’
F OR sale in lots to suit castomers. This article is
sold for half the price of other fertilizers, and is
cheaper for Cotton, Corn, Tobacco and Vegetables,
than any other in market. It ts made entirely from
the night-soil, offal, etc., of Now York city. Price,
delivered on board in New York city. Twenty-five
Dollars per Ton. Pamphlet, etc., giving fall informa
tion sent on application to
JAMES T. FOSTER, -
Box 3139, New York Post-office.
Office 66 Conrtlandt Street, New Ynik.
For sale by ASHER AYRES, Macon, at Thirty
Dollars per ton.dec24-w3m
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Wn&bb, 2*ee County, Ga.,
W ILL attend to all business intrusted to his care.
Will also act as GENERAL LAND AGEN C in
Sontbwestern Georgia. My Land Partner, Dr. U. B.
L1PSEY, who is well posted with the Lands in this
■eetion. will give his special attention to the business.
Persons wishing to sell, c<n forward full description,
numbers, price, etc. We will furnish information
co mpeted with tho business free of charge,
NO EXCUSE FOR IDLENESS ’
$100 TO $300 PER
M ADE by Ministers, Teachers, intelligent yonng
men, ladies, farmers’ sons, etc., selling our
YEW IMPROVED COMMON SENSE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
It m akesthe elastit loek-stieb, and will hem. fel
tuck, .titch, bind, braid, and embroider in a most sa
perior 'manner. Price only 8.0. Fully warranted lo
three years. Forsim- licity and durability, it has no
equal. Experienced Agents greatly desired TRAV
ELING and LOCAL AGENTS wanted everywhere.
For circulars and terms to agents address
SfcCOMB Jt CO.,
dec!6-w3m Box 113, West Point. Ga.
WANTED! A FARM!
I N a healthy locality, to Rent for the ensuing year.
Any ono desirous of running a Farm on snares
this year, will do well to apply to
A LL persons indebted to tho estate of Mary
Leonard, deceased, are requested to make pay
ment. A1I persons having demands are required to
present them as the law directs.
I. H. BRANHAM.
A MUSICAL BOX FOR $
Manufactured expressly for
OVER NINETY THOUSAND SOLD,
Giving the greatest Satisfaction.
f|VHE French Great Sensation. Cheapness, dnrabili
i ty and novelty: in highly polished cases, metal
lic tongues, of the best construction, brilliant in tone,
with the most recent improvements, new pattern,
eight select airs, eminently adapted for the drawing
room; guaranteed of the best workmanship and per
formance, No. 1, 8 tunes, $2.00. No. 2, 14 tunes,
$3.00, No. 3,24 tnnes, $5.00, Sent free on receipt ol
price, or the three sizes to one address for $8.00.
Thousands sold monthly 1
Orders to the amount of$5sent by Express C. 0. D.
81.00 must accomcany the order to insure it. The
balance, 84 00, to be paid when goods are received.
Send three cent stamp for illustrated catalogue and
list of tunes. Address,
BARKLEY k CO..
dec4-w2m 56 Liberty Street. New York City.
QUEEN OF THE SOUTH
PORTABLE GRIST MILLS
CORN MEAL, WHEAT FLOURING AND
Stock Feed, Bolting Apparatus, Ssnnttera
and Mill Work Generally.
Oar Mills are built from choice
Bur Blocks, selected at the Quar
ries in France by Isaac Straub
himself. Send for Descriptive
Pamphlet containing treatise on
Milling, sent by mail free.
ISAAC STRAUB Sc CO.,
Cor- Front and John sts.,
L L. TH0MASS0N,
No. 85 Market Street, Chxytakooqa, Tern.,
OTRICT attention given to purchasing and filling
£5 orders. Charses: 2)4 per cent.
References—Maasr*. Glenn A Wright, and Meador
k Bros., Atlanta, Ga.; Msssrg. Jonee k Baiter. Ma-
■VTOTICETO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS.—No-
J.V tice is hereby given to all personi concerned or
having demands against William Veal.late of Macon
coonty, deceased, to present them to me properly
made ont, within the time prescribed by law: and all
persons indebted to said deceased are hereby required
to make immediate payment. T,. K. VEAL,
jan!6-w40d Executor of Wm. Veal, deceased.
G EORGIA, MACON COUNTY.—Notice is hereby
given to aU persons concerned that the estate
of Wtiliam J. Tooke, late of said county, deceased, is
without representation, by reason of the death of the
Administrator, W ilbur P. Mason. This is, therefore,
to cite all persons concerned to appear at my office
within thirty days after the publication of this notice,
and show cause, if any they can, why Letters of Ad
ministration, de bonis non, on the estate of said de
ceased, should not bo granted to the Clerk of the Su
perior Court, or some other fit and proper person.
Given under my hand and official signature, Jan
uary 10,1570. JNO. L. PARKER.
3 anil-w3ud Ordinary,
B ibb SHERIFF'S SALE.—Will be sold, before
the Court-house door, in the city of Macon, be
tween the legal hoars of sale, on the first Tuesday in
March next, the following described property, to-wit:
Part of Lot No. 7, Block 23. beginning at the west
corner of «aid lot, where the Alley runn ng from Mul
berry to Cherry streets, and the Auey from Third to
Fourth streets intersect, (or t rose J and running north
on the line of said lot 110 feet, thence east across said
lot, thenee south along the line of said lot to the rear
line, thence along the rear line to the point of begin
ning. Levied on by virtue of and to satisfy a fi. fa.
issued from Bibb County Court returnable to Febru-
aiy Term, 1867. in favor of Richard C. Ridgwayvs.
John J. Riley, Administrator.
. , _ _ JAMES MARTIN.
P OSTPONED SALE.—Will be sold, on the first
Tuesday in March next, bo:ore tho Conn bouse
door, in Oglethorpe, Macon county, within the legal
hours of sale, pursuant to an order of the Court of
Ordinary of said county. Lots of Lands Nos. 118,119
and 106, each lying acdsitutate in the Second District
of said county: soidasthe property ot the esiato of
Ephraim Taylor, deceased.
, NEWELL THORNHILL.
feb2-w30d (Printer’s fee 84) Executor.
IBB SHERIFF’S SALE.-Will be sold, before
the Court-house dnor, in tho city of Macon, bo-
ween the legal hours of sale, m the first Tuesday in
(larch next, the following described property, to-wit:
Seventy acres of Land, more or less, about two miles
from Macon, bounded north by the Macon and West
ern Railroad, west by tbe Laboratory grounds, south
by Stripling and others, and east by Jone9 and others.
' will sell so mneb of said land as will satisfy a tax
fa. issued by F. M. Heath. Tax Collector, vs. I. C.
Plant, Agent for estate of J. C. McDonald.
A DMINISTRATOR’-t SALE.—Will be sold before
J\. the Court-house door, in the town of Oglethorpe,
Macon county, between the legal hours of sale, cn
the first Tuesday in March next, the north of lot of
land No. 213, in the second district of said county,
containing one hundred acres, more or less; sold as
the property of the estate of J. G. Moulton, late of
said connty, deceased, for the benefit ol the heirs and
creditors of said estate. Terms—Cash.
, F. M. MOULTON,
Administrator on estate J. G. Moulton, dec d.
t EORGIA, BIBB COUNTY.—Whereas. A. B. Ross
T applies to the undersigned for Letters of Admin
istration upon the estate of Paul S. Dinkins, late of
said county, deceased. AU persons interested are re
quired to be and appear at the Court of Ordinary, on
the first Monday in March next, to show cause, if any
they have, why Letters should not be granted the
"oant. Given under my hand officially.
C. T. WARD,
rVBORGTA. TWIGGS COUNIY.-Whereas, Han-
vT nab K. Gallimore applies to me for Letters of
Guardianship of the person and property of Dora R
and Eliphair M. Gallimore, minors unrepresented, of
said county, now this is to cite all persons interest
ed to be and appear at my offico within tbe time by
law prescribed, to know cause, if any they have, why
such 1 tters should not be granted said applicant.
Given under my hand officially, this December 3U:b,
1869. JOHN F. SHINE
G EORG’A. BIBB COUNTY.—Whereas. Henry W.
Boifeuillet. of said county, applies to be dis
charged from the Guardianship of Elizabeth Hall.
This is to notify all persons interested to be and ap
ear at the Court of Ordinary in said county, on the
rst Monday in May, MO. to show cause, if any they
have, why Letters of Dismission should not be grant
ed. Given under my hand officially.
C. T. WARD,
G EORGIA, TWIGGS COUNTY.-Whereas Hannah
£. Gallimore makes appliAtion to me for let
ters of Administration upon the estate of William J.
Gallimore. late of said county, deceased, now this is
to cite and admonish all persons interested, whether
kindred or creditors, to be and appear at my office,
within the time by law prescribed, and show cause. If
any they have, why such letters should not be granted
Given under my hand officially, this December 30th,
1S69. j<5hn F. SHINE,
j an4-w30d Ordinary.
/^EORGIA, BIBB COUNTY.-Whereas, GeorgeS.
’ JT Jones, Administrator on the estate of (onathan
Sheffield, deceased, applies to me for letters of dis
mission : These are. therefore, to cito and admonish
all and singular the kindred and creditors of said de
ceased to be and appear at the Court of Ordinary, on
or before the first Monday in March, 1870, to show
cause, if any they have, why said letters should not
be granted. Given under my hand officially.
C. T. WARD,
G eorgia, twiggs COUNTY.-Enooh 1. coi-
lin*. Administrator on the estate of James M.
Ware, deceased, having petitioned to be discharged
from said administration, all rersens who are eon
cerned are required, within the time fixed by law. to
show cause, if any they have, why tho said Enoch I.
Collins should not be discharged according to the
prayer of his petition. Given under my hand, offi
cially, this January the 16th, 1870.
JOHN F. SHINE.
jan!9 w3m Ordinary.
G EORGIA. BIBB COUNTY.—Whereas, James L.
Wood, Administrator on the estate of John J.
Wood, late of said countv. deceased, applies to me for
letters of dism ssion: These are. therefore, to cite
and admonish all and singular the Kindred and credi
tors of said deceased to be and appear at my office, tn
or before the first Monday in March, 1870, to show
:ause, if any they have, why said le’ters should not
be granted the applicant.
Given under my hand officially. C. T. W ARD,
dec2 dlw3m Ordinary.
T wiggs county sheriff sale.—wm be
sold, before the Uourt-house denr. in tho town of
Jeffersonville, in said county, on the first Tuesday in
March, 118 acres of Land, lying in Bluff District,
known as tbe James E. Paul place. Levied on to
satis:y a fi. fa. in favor of Allen Bullard vs. James £.
Paul. JOHN RENFRO,
febl-w30d Deputy Sheriff
XECUTOR’S SALE —By virtue ot an order from
l the Court of Ordinary of Bibb county, will be
sold on the first I uesday in March, next, between the
legal hours of sale, in front of the Court House door,
in said County, the following propertv belonging to
the estate of Abner Raley, late of said County.-de
ceased, 'o-wit: North halfof Lot No. forty-two (42) in
Fourth District of said county, same being one hun
dred and on- acres, more or less. Terms ca=h.
S. P. RALEY.
AND SO 1VILL ALL DE WHO TAKE
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Complaint are uneasiness and
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costive, sometimes alternative with lax. Tho head
is troubled with pain, and dull, heavy sensation, con-
riderable loss of memory: accompanied with painful
sensation or naviua un undone something which
ongtittn have been done. Often complaining of weak
ness. debility and low spirits.—
Sometimes some of the above
symptoms attend tbe disease, and
at other times few of them: but
the Liver is gent rally the organ most involved. Cure
the Liver with Simmons’ Regulator, and all will he
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Diseases of the Fkin. Impurity of the Blood, Melan
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Tains in tbe Bowels. Pain in the Head, Fever and
Acne, Dropsy. Boils, Pain in the Back and Limbs,
Asthma, Erysipelas, Female Affections, and Bilious
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G EORGIA—TWIGGS COUNTY—Whereas,
John R Andrews and William A. Andrews,
Administrators of Abisha Andrews, late of said
county, deceased, having fully discharged their
trust, apply to mo for letters of dismission from
their said "trust: This is, therefore, to cite and
admonish all parties interested to be and appear at
my office within the time prescribed by law and
show cause, if any they can, why such letters
should not be granted to said applicants. Given
under my hand and official signature, this Novem
ber 2, ISti'J. JOHN F. SHINE,
G EORGIA, BIBB COUNTY.—By virtue o an or
der from the Court of Ordinary of said county,
will be sold on the first Tuesday in March next, be
tween the usual hours of sal<*, in front of the Court
house door, in the city of Macon, the following real
iroperty. belonging to the estate of Ami F. Sherwood,
;o-wit: One house and lot on Second street, known
a< the family. residence of said Ami F. Sherwood:
sold for purposes of distribution. Terms Cash.
C RAWFORD COUNTY SHERIFF SALE.-Will
be sold before tho Court-bouso door, in tho town
of Knoxville,-aid county of Crawford, within the
usual hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in March
next. Lots of Land Nos. 150,151,171 and 172, known
as tbo Ansley place: levied on as tbe property of
Ewell Wo b, to satisfy three fi fas. issued ont of the
Superior Court of said county of Crawford, in favor of
Talbot Davidson vs. said Ewell Webb; said lands
lying and being in the Second District of originally
Houston, now Crawford county, and containing in the
aggregate eight hundred and ten acres, more or less.
Said property pointed out by plaintiff’s attorney.
JAMES N. MATHEWS.
janl5-w30d Deputy Sheriff.
Gr Joel E. Seieler has applied to me for LlftSfSWi
Guardianship of the minor children of William G.
Gordon, deceasod. These are. therefore, to cite and
admonish a'l the kindred and friends of said minors
to bo and aopear at my offi -o w-thin the time pre
scribed by law. and show cause, if any. why said Let
ters of Guardianship should not be granted. Given
under my hand at office, January 22,1870,
James j. ray,
G eorgia, ckawfoud county’.—By virtue of
an order of tbe Oidinary of said county, wilt be
sold before tho Court house door, in the town of
Knoxvillo, within tho legal hours of sale, on the first
Tuesday in March next, 20214 ncret of land, more or
less: sold as the property ol ifenry N. Scarborough,
fo' the benefit of the heirs and creditors; sail lands
lying and being in the first district’ of originally
Houston, now Crawford county. Terms Cash.
C SALE.-Will be sold before the Court-House
d- or, in tho town of Knoxville, Crawford county, on
the first Tuesday in March next, 5,000 acres of land,
more or less, being lots and fractions of Land Nos.
170.167,173,148.281. 238,215.2 0. 288. 167.241. 209. 208,
177. 22.214.171.124. 146.147. 175. IS’. 184.178, 172-ly
ing in the 7th district or now • rawford county—or so
tnuca thereof will be sold as will satisfy State and coun
tv tax and costs ‘f tax 6. tas. for the coun tv of Crawford
against Mrs. J. B. Hill—tax now due. 8171 00. besides
c ‘sts. A. J. PRESTON.
C RAWFORD COUNTY MARCH SHERIFF’S
SALE.—Will be sol<l befire the Court-House
door, in tbe town of Knoxville, on the firrt Tuesday
in March next, within the legal hours ef sale, the fol
lowing dcs.iibed parcels ot land, to-wit: The one-
half interest in said lollowing described land: lot of
land No. 102. lots Nos. 91 and 123, and saw-timber on
lot No. 124. as well as twelve acres on said lot; and
lot Kn. 69-oach lot containing 20214 acres, more or
lets, lying and being in tbe seventh district of origi
nally Houston now Crawford county. Said half in
terests levied on as the property of Ewell Webb, to
satisfy three judgment fi. las. in favor of Talbot Da-
vdsoavs. said Ew*ll Webb, obtained at the March
Term. 1867, of the Superior Court of arid county of
Crawford. Said fi. fas. made returnable to the March
Term, 1870, of said county. Property pointed ont by
JAME9 N. MATHEWS,
jan28-wS0d Deputy Sheriff.
G EORGIA. TELFAIR COUNTY.-Whereas. Wm.
Harrell, Sr., Administrator on the estate of Tbos,
Burnam, deceased, has fully administered said es-at*.
and now applies for letters of dismission from said
administration. Now these are to cite all those in
terested to appear at my office, in terms of the law,
and give reasons why said letters should net be
granted. W. P. CAMPBELL.
G EORGIA, TELFAIR COUNTY.—Whereas?j. n.
McLeod, Administrator of Elizabeth Burke, de
cessed, has applied for Letters of Dismission; all per
sons interested will bo and appeal at my office on the
first Monday in Slarch next, to show cause, if any, why
said letters should no: bo granted. _
B U AKER SHERIFF SALES.-Will bo sold on the
first Tuesday in April next, beforo the Court
house door in the town of Newton, Baker county,
Georgia, between tho legal hoars of sale, tho following
property to-wit: Lots of land Nos. 152, 153, 168, 169,
and 9 acres of lot No. 93—all in the seventh district
of Baker county; levied on as tbo property of Joseph
A. Jackson, to satisfy a mortgage fi. fa. from Biker
Superior Court, in favor of Rush & Johnston vs. Jo
seph A. Jackson.
WiU besold on the first Tuesday in March next, be
fore the Court-bouso door in tbe town of Newton, Ba
ker county, Georgia, between the legal hours of sale,
tho following property, to-wit: Lot of land No. 368,
as tho property of John W. Myrick: also, on all his
interest in lots No. 350, 371,390, 391,351, all in seventh
district of Baker connty; levied on ns the property of
John W. Myrick, to satisfy a fi. fa. from Baker Supe
rior Court, in favor of Allen S. Caiis vs. John W. My
rick—property pointed out by plaintiff in fi. fa. Jan-
U *Will ’be sold, before tbe Court-house door, in the
town of Newton. Baker county, on the first Tuesday
in Apiil next, the following described personal prop
erty: One Black Mare Mnle named Pink; one Grey
Mule named Rock: ono Black Mule ramedCole;
one Black Mare Mule: one Four-horse Wagon:
Seventeen head of Cattle; five head of Hogs; fiur
pair of Plow Gears; one Gin Band. Levied on as the
property of Wm. C. Br«y, under a mortgage fi. fa. in
favor of C. G. Holland '.vs. Wm. C. Bray, issued from
the MerriwetherSuperiorCouit, ■-
WiU be sold, before the Court-house door, in the
town of Newton, Baker county, on the first Tuesday
in March next, between tbe legal hours cf sale, Lot
of Land No. 23, in the Twelfth District of said coun
ty. Levied on 03 the property of James S. Miller,
under a fi. fa. issued from Dougherty Superior Cgurt,
December Term, 1866, in favor of Wm. B. Parker vs.
James S. Miller. WILLIAM JACKSON,
fe b4-w3fld Sheriff.
STATE OF GEORGIA,(Superior Court, November
Wilkinson county. J Adjourned Term,l869.
PRKSKXT nts HONOR PHILIP B. ROB1NSO.V, JVDGK.
SUSAN DENARD.) , _ .
vs. >-Libel for Divorce. Rul eto per-
WM.N.DENARD.j feet service. ,
I T appearing to the Court by the return of the Sher
iff, that the defendant does not reside in this conn
ty, and it further appearing that he does not reside
in this State; it is ordered, on motion of counsel, that
the said defendant appear and answer at the next
term of this Court, else that the case be considered in
default and the plaintiff allowed to proceed. And it
is farther ordered that this Rule be published in the
Telegraph k Messengeroneeamonthforfourmonths.
By the Court. JONES A HALL,
Georgia, Wilkinson County—Clerk's Office, Superior
I certify that tiro above is a true extract from the
Minutes of.Wilkinson Superior Court, November ad
journed Term. 1669. GiTen under my band this 18th
November, I860. GEO. W. TABPLBY.
nov21-lam 4m Clerk,
fiEORGIA, CRAWFORD COUNTY.-Coubt oi
VJ Ordinary of said County.—Whereas, Jerry J
Wilder applies to mo for Letters ol Dismission as Ad'
miui.-traior upon the estate of William E. Long, late
of said ccunty, deceased:
Theso are, therefore, to cite and admonish the heirs
and creditors of said deceased to show cause within
the timo prescribed by law, if any they have, why
said Letters Disinissory should not bo granted.
Given under my hand and official signature. De-
comber 6,1S69. JAMES J. RAY,
CItAWFOKnsr PERIOR COURT, SEPTUM'
TER TERM, 1SG2.
FRANCIS M. TAYLOR.)
vs. > Libel fiir.Divorco.
WILLIS W. TAYLOR. ) , ,
I T appearing to the Conrt. by the r'-tum of the
Sheriff, Willis W. Taylor i i>n» in t ie limits of
the county of Utawford; an’ it ir*L„r p-pearine
that the defendant is withon* ■ u' * of ie State.
Therefore, ordered by the Court, o t tli- ervice be
perfected by publication in a pul i,c »az ue publish
ed in tho city of Macon in said State, in terms of the
law. By the Court,
CULVERHOUSE k AVANT,
S. HALL, Libelant’s attorneys.
A true extract from the minutes of Crawford Supe
rior Court, this September 8th, 1869.
nov30-lam4m J AMES J. RAY, Clerk.
G EORGIA—CRAWFORD COUNTY.—Where
as, John N. Powell, Administrator on the
estate of Joseph Powell, deceased, late of Crawford
Connty, having applied for dismission from said
administration: These are to cite and admonish
all persons concerned to be and appear at my office
within the time proscribed by law, and show cause
if any exists, why said letters dismissory should no'
be granted. Given under my band at Knoxville,
October 18,1S6S). JAMES J. RAY,
EORGIA, IRWIN COUNTY.—Whereas, Fred-
VJT erick Tucker has this day applied to me for
Letters of Guardianship of the person and property
of Zetpha Ann Lucy Tucker, minor daughter of Fred
erick Tucker. These are, therefore, to cite all per-
’ ’ ’ ‘ “ on or
_ ■ .plication should not be
granted. Given under my hand and official signa
ture, this Jannary 3d, 1879.
A DMINISTRATOR’S SALE.—By virtue of an
order from the Court of Ordinary of Spaulding
county, Ga.. will be sold on the first Tuesday in March
next, within tho legal hours of sale, beforo the
Court House door, in Bibb connty. the following
property, to-wit: Lot No. 2, Block 10, Northwestern
lortion of the city of Macon, the same being an un-
mproved lot, and sold a9 tho property of Mrs. C. C.
Collier, late of said county of Spalding, deceased.
Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said
deceased. Terms cash.
Those wishing information as to the property will
call on Samuel Hunter. Esq.
N. J. HAMMOND,
Administrator enm Testamento annexo.
ri EORGIA, JONES OOUNTT.-Ordwarv ■ Ovrrai
VX said coukty. At Chaxbirs, Jannary 8, 1870.—
Whereai, D- IN Blount and Thomas H- Stallworth,
Executors of Beauford Stallworth, deceased, apply to
me tqr dismission:
These are, therefore, to eite and admonish all par
sons concerned to show can's, on or by the firet Mon
day in May next, if any they have, why the same
shall not be granted.
Given under my band officially.
, „ _ R. T. ROPE,
’/xE'jhgia, Jones county.—ordinary's o»-
VJT piaz.AT Chambers, January 13,1870.—Whereas,
James H. Blount. Administrator de bonis non of tka
estate of VVilliam Paul, deeeased: and also Adminis
trator of the estate of Mary Paul, deceased, applies
to me for diBmission from the administration of sMd
estates. Iheso are to cite and admonish all persona
concerned, to show cause, at this offioe, if any they
hare to the contrary, on or by the first Monday in
May next. Given under my hand officially.
R. T. ROSS.
EORGIA, JONES COUNTY.—Ordinaky’aOvfic*
«' said county—At Chambers,December 15.1868.—
. hereas, John P. Hunt and M. U. Morton. Adminis
trators on estate of James Godard, deceased, apply to
me for dismission thereform. Trese are to cite and
admonish all persons concerned to show cause at this
office, on or by the first Monday in April next, if any
they have, why the same shall not be granted.
Given under my hand officially, _
. R. T. ROS8.
/X EORGIA, JONES COUNTY.—Ordinary’s Oerica
U said county—At Chambers. December 15,1866.—
Whereas, William Brooks, Administrator on estate
of Fiancis M. Adams, dee eased, applies for dismission
therefrom These are to cite and admonish all per-
Eons concerned to show cause at their office, on or by
the first Monday in April next, if any they have, why
said application shall not be granted.
Given under my hand officially,
JL T. BOSS,
G EORGIA, JONES COUNTY.—Jonks Court of
Ordinary, at Chambsbs. November 29.186#.—
Whereas, John S. Chapman, Executor of Edward
Wilder, deceased, applies to me for dismission from
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all per-
sons concerned to show cause, on or by tbe first Mon
day in March next, (if any they have,) why the same
shall not be granted.
Given under my band officially,
, . _ R. T. ROSS,
nee I-mam ^ Ordinary#
/X EORGIA, JONES COUNTY.-Obdinarv’s Or-
Jjr Flex, at Chamsxbs, February 4,1870.—Wherear.'
F. S. Johnson, Jr., applies to me fi r the Guardinntbip
of Cater Ethridge. Lucia Ethridge and Willie Eth
ridge, minor* of Louba Ethridge, deceased:
These are to cite and admonish all persons concerned
to show cause, if any they have to the contrary, at
this office, on or by the 7th dsy of March next.
Given under my hand officially
R. T. ROSS,
EORGIA. JUNES COUNTY.—Jonss Corw or
J Ordinary, At Chambers, November 29.1899.—
Whereas. H G. and C. L. Dame,Administrators de
bonis non of John B. Dame, deceased, applies to me
for Dismission from said administration:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all per
sons concerned to show cause, on or by the first Mon
day ia March next, if any they have, why the tame
shall not be granted.
Given under my hand officially.
R. T. ROSS,
G EORGIA, BIBB county.—All person* indebt
ed to the estate.of Terrell Brooks, deceased, are
requested to make payment immediately, and those
laving claims against the said estate are notified to
present them duly authenticated as the law directs.
James p. grace,
d»e11- , m* Administrator.
H ouston sheriff’s sales.—Win b# sold.
on the firet Tuesday in March next, before the
Court-house door in Perry, the north half of Lot of
Land No. 81, in the Upper Fifth District of Houston
county. Ga.. to satisfy an execution from Houston
buperior* Court, in favor of Daniel F. Gunn vs.
Martha Hammock, Administratrix of James M.
Hammock. Sold as the property of said Martha
Hammock, as administratrix, for the purchase money.
Also, at the samo time and place. Lots ot Land
Nos. 43 and 54, in the Fourteenth District, and No.
100, in the Ninth District of Houston county, contain;
ing 555 acres. Levied on as the property of James F.
Barrett, to satisfy a fi. fa. from Houston Superior
Court, in favor of James A. Howard. Administrator.
Property pointed ont by plaintiff’s attorney.
Also, at tbe same time and place, one Grey Hors*
and one BHgay. Levied on as tho property of T. At.
Butner. to satisfy all. fa. in favor of Alexander Riley
vs. Butner & Rice. Property pointed out by plaintiffs
Also, at tbe same time and place. Lots of Land No.
200, and 106 acres of Lot No. 199, in the Tenth District
of Houston county. Levied on as the property of tbe
estate of James A. Roquemore. to satisfy two 11. fas.;
one in favor of Jessup R. Hill, the other in favor of
Dempsy Taylor. Property pointed out by plaintiff’s
ttorney. JOHN R. COOK,
a feb4-w30d Sheriff!
G EORGIA, BIBB COUNTY.—Vfhereas, Jackson
DeLoache, Administrator of the e-tate of D. W.
Orr. deceased, applies to me for Letters of Dismission.
These are therefore to cite and admonisn all, and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased to be
and appear at my office on or before the firet Monday in
April next, to show cause, if any they have, why Let-
~ -■re,i}E.pi ( s^ioashould not be granted the applicant.
- C. T. WARD,
/X EORGIA. HOUSTON COUNTY.-WhereM.Bur-
'OT dett G. Mulky has applied for Letters of Admin
istration on the esta'e of John Mulky. late of this
county, deceased. These are. therefore, to cite aU
persons interested to be and appear at my office, on
or belore tbe first Mondny in March next, to enow
cause, if any, why tbe petition should not be granted.
Given under my hand and official signature, this
28th day of January, 1870. W. T. SWIFT,
J ASPER COUNTY SHERIFF’S SALE.—Will be
sold before the Court-House door, in the town of
Monticsllo. within tho lezal hours of saje, on the first
Tuesday in March next, the following described pro-
>ertv. to-wit: Ninety-three acres of Land* more or
ess. in the northeast corner of the Alfonzo Hard am an
lands, it being the overplus of the h.mestcad in said
lands—adjoining the lands of E fi. (lay and others*
Levied upon as the land* tf Alfouzo Hardaman. de
ceased. to satisfy sundry fi. fa«. issued from the County
Court of Ja«rer county, in iavor of James T. Lewis
and others. Property pointed out by plaintiff's at
At the same timo and place* will be sold 317 acres of
land, more or le s. Levied on as th * property of Le
roy Lawrence, and known a? a part of the Leroy Law
rence lands, lying c-n theUcmulgee river. w I; being
the northwesc portion of said lands: adjoining the
lands of J. L. McMichael, deceased, James Stewart
and others. To satisfy an execution issued from the
Superior Court of Jasper county, returnable to the
April Term. 1-63, in favor ot George W. Walker # vs.
John L. McMichael and Leroy Lawrence, security.
Property pointed ont by p jjjjgay t!°I>H?BY.
jan28-w3M Deputy Sheriff.
( ■* EORGIA. JASPER COUNTY.—Whereas, Samuel
T C. Shy. Executor, and Caroline C. Sbv, Execu
trix, of the la3t will and testament of S. J-Sby, de-
ceased, have as plied to me for a discharge from said
Executorship. All persons concerned are hereby re
quired, within the time fixed by law. to show cause,
it any they have, why the said Samuel C. Shy and
Caroline C. Sby. should not be discharged according
to the prayer of their petition. Givi n under my hand
and official signature, this 23d daj ofJ amixr^lCTO.
G EORGIA. JASPER COUNTY.—Whereas. Emily
C. Talmadge. Administratrix of the estate of
JohnTalmaige. of said county, deceased, makes, ap
plication for letters of dismission from said adminis-
tr Thcse are therefore to cite and admonish all persons
concerned to show cause, if auy they have, on or be
fore the first Monday in June next, why letters of dis
misrion shall not issue to said applicant.
Given under my hand and official signature this 15th
day of November, I860. M. H. HUTCHISON,
N otice for leave to sell LAND.-s«ty
days after date application will bn made to tbe
Conrt of Ordinary of Jasper county, for leava to tell
the lands belonging to the estate of Thomas Little
john. B. T. DIGBY,
G EORGIA, JASPER COUNTY.—Whereas, Sam
uel C. Shy. Adminis rator of tb e estate of Joseph
Jones, decease!, makes application for Letters ofDie-
mission from raid trutt (he having settled np said es--
^Thete are therefore to eite and admonish all persons
concerned to show cause, if any they have, on or be
fore the first Monday in May next, why tho card let
ters shall not issue to said applicant.
Given nnder my hand and official signature this 2d
day of November, i860, n jj, HUTCHKON,
& EORGIA, JA8PER COUNTY.—Four weeks af
terdate application will be made to the Court of
Ordinary of Jasper county, for leave to aell the lands
' I * t to the Estate of John C. Banks, late of said
.ceased. B. T. DIGBY,
;l’-40d Administrator with will annexed.
A DMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.—AU persons in
debtedto the Estate of John O. Banks, late of
Jasper connty, deceased, are requested to make im
mediate payment; and all those having having de
mands against said estate are required to present them
in terms of the law. • B. T. DIGBY,
dee3I-40d Administrator with the will annexed,
G EORGIA. JASPER COUNTY.-Charlea Meri
wether, colored, having applied to be appointed
Guardian of the person and property of Aaron, a
minor child, and nnder fourteen y eais of age. resident
of said connty:
This is to cite all persons concerned to b* and ai
pear at the term of the Court of Ordinary, to be heL_
next after the expiration of thirty days from the first
publication of this notice, and show cause why said
Charles Meriwether should not be entrusted with the
Guardianship of the petson and property of tho said
Witness my hand offioially.
J. W. BURNEY,
G EORGIA, IRWIN COUNTY.-merea*. James
Paulk. Administrator on the estate of George
Paulk, deceased, applies to me for Letter, of Dis
mission' These are, therefore, to cite and admonish
ail and singular the kindred and creditors of said de
ceased, to be and appear at my office, on or before tho
first Monday in April next, to ahow cause, if any they
have, why Letters should not be granted the appli
cant. Given nnder my hand and official signature,
this January 3d. 1870. WILEY WHITLEY.
Bloomington, Illinois, Nursery.
19th Tear! 500 Acre* I 10 Greenhouse*!
L ARGEST?, best stock and shipping facilities.
Apples 1,2,3years, 1000final year, 825;' Apple
Root Grafts. Nursery Stocks, Seeds. Osage. Apple,
Peach, Wild Goose, Plum, Osage Hedge, 10.000,-816.
Evergreens. Boses, 1,000. 8100. Dahlias, Gladiolus.
Greenhouse, Bedding .Plants. Send 10s. for Cata
logues" ** ’ i" F..K. PHG45IX.
G EORGIA. JASPER COUNTY. — Whw*a»,
J arret t B. Kelley and Bensiy A. Kelly make
application to me for Letters of Administration upon
the estate of Mary Kelley, late of said county, de
ceased. Now. this is to cite admonish all persons
interested, whether kindred or creditors, to be end
appear at «ny office within the time by law prescribed,
and show cause, if any they have, why such letters
shonld not be granted said applicants. Given under
my hand officially, this Januaryl7te
G eorgia, Houston county.—whereas, Thos.
B Gofls has made application for Letters of Ad-
all persons interested to be and appear at my offioe,
on or before tbe.first Monday in.March next, to show
G eorgia, Houston county.—Thirty, days
after date application will be made to the Ordin
ary of said county, for leave to sell the lands belong
ing to the miser children ofTheopelus Parker and
Georgia Ann Holly, a minor. ______
JAMES E. HOLLY,
G eorgia, Houston county—whereas, Philip
Scoffill, Administrator of Mary Bnsbee. late of
Houston county, deceased, has applied to me for Let
ters of Dismiesion. These are. therefore, to cite all
lersons interested to be and appear at my office, on or
lefore ihe first Monday in April next, to show cause,
if any.wthy the application should not be granted.
Given under my hand and official signature, this 4th
day of January, 1870 W. T. SWIFT,
EORGIA. QUITMAN COUNTY.— Thomas S.
1J Bryan, Executor of the last will and testament
of James Cooper, deceased, represents to tbe Court
in his petition that he has fully administered James
Cooper’s estate according to the provisions of said
will. This is therefore to cite all persons concerned
toshow cau;e, if any they can, why said exeentor
should n:t bo difeharged and receive lettem of ths-
rai'sinn on the first Monday in Anri!. 1876 Decem
ber 1869. W. P. JORDAN.
Q uitman county sheriff sale.-whi be
sold, before the Court-house door, in George
town, in said county, on the first Tuesday in March
next, within the usual hours cf sale, one Lot of Land
No 78. in the Twenty-first District of said county.
Levied upon for the tax of said lands, the owner not
known. Levy made and turn ed over to me to the
former Sheriff; DAVID JOHNSON^
Q BORGIA. QUITMAN CUUNTY. r- Delaware
Morris. Administrator, with the. will anraed.
of Lucy M. Tennillo, deceased, having applied by
written petition for a discharge from his lam adminr
istration: This is. therefore, to cite all persons-con
cerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if apy
they can, why said administrator shoal* not b* dis
charged and receive letters of d ism i * e i men th e first
Monday in May, 1870, W. P. JOkDAN,
Q UITMAN SHERIFF’S 8ALE.-Will be sol*, be
fore th* Court-house door, m Georgetown, »
said county, within the usual hour* of .sale, on th*
first Tuesday in March next, the following lands, t#
wit: Lots Nos.93.94,99:133% acres at
acres of No. 98: 100 acres of No. 67,- 86 acreswf No.
95. in the Eighth District of laid/citwrty. AIM, Lot
No. 112, and 150 acres of No. Ilian the Twenty-first
District of said county. Levied on as the property «
James Suggs, to satisfy on* fi. fa. from the Superior
Court of said county, in favo^of Thom^as B^Raftis
G EORGIA, QUITMAN COUNTY.-Jaekson Phil'
lips. Guardian of Sarah Jane Williamson, hav
ing applied to me for a discharge from his guardian
ship ot said ward, this is, therefore, to cite all persona
concerned to show cause, by filing ohieetions la my
office, why said guardian should not be dismissed on
the first Monday in May next. Given uaUr *a£
official signature, this Januaiy It. 1«7».
a EORGIA. QUITMAN COUNTY.—Bryant King.
having applied to b* appointed Guardian of th*
parsons and property of Berry King an* Henrietta
King, minors, under fourteen years of age, vaakleatk
of said county, this is to cite all pirroxt concern**-t*
he and appear at th* Conrt of Ordinary, to b* held n
my office on tbe first Monday in March next *nd
show cause, if any they can, why sold Bryant Kin*
should not ho oppomtod suoh Gu&Tdltii.
G eorgia, quitman county.-wui b« *oia,
belore the Court-house door, in Georgetown, in
said county, within the usual hours of sale, the East
half of Let of Land No. 56, in the Eighth District of
said county. Levied on as the property of Lewis K.
Holloman, deeeased, to satisfy one fi. 6a. issoed firom
the Superior Court of said county, in favor of Jehu
N. Webb vs. J ohn Atwell, Executor of the ssid Lewis
E. Holloman, deceased. DAVID J0UH80M.
jan29 wSOd* . Sheriff.
O EORGIA. JASPER COUNTY.-Four weeks after
date, application will ha mad* to th* Honorable
Court of Ordinary of said county for leave to s*U th*
real estate belonging to the estate of Jeremiah Pear-
son. late of said county,
Administrator of Jeremiah Peareon, deeeased.
A DMINISTRATOR’8 8ALE.—By virtue of an or-
A der of the Court of Ordinary ef Baker county,
will be sold before the Court-home door, in Newton,
Baker eounty, on the first Tuesday in February next,
between the legal hours af sale, two Lob. in tho town
of Milford, with Dwelling House and Store House
thereon. Sold as th* property ofJ. R. Email, de-
Otoood, . W. W. WILKINSON,
VTARION SHERIFF’S SALES,—WU1 b« sold, on
M the first Tuesday in March next, between th*
lawful hours of sale, before the Court-house doer,!*
the town of Buena V uta, in said county, thirty men*
of Land, number not known, but known as tlwJd*
F. Simmons plae*. at Bedboua, in said eounty. whom
tb* said Simmons now reside*. Sold as the property
of John F. Simmons, to satisfy * fi. fa. in favor ef
Joseph Caswell, transferred in fi. fis.« gainst said Sim
mons; A. W.J. Carson, plaintiff in 1. fa. Property
it by defendant. J. W, H ARDAGE,
pointed out I
DMINISTRATOR’S SALE.-Will be sold, on th*
^^h! ^ ^ ^BAkIr.
ja»#-w40d (Printer’s fee *A) Administrator.
The*, are to cite all interested to file their oMe*>
Hens, if any. to the same within th* time prescribed
b, Witn*ss »y hand, January U.1870. ’
JAft. M. LnWN.