D. B. FREEMAN, Editor.
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of Si per square, for the firs! insertion
and 50 cents per square for each subso-
quent insertion. The space of one inch
is reckoned as a square. Special rates
-iven on advertisements to ran for a
longer period than one month.
Oedartown, 6a., Thursday, Jan. 24,1884
Senator Gaiu.an n says he thinks
the Edmunds bill for the Utah
trouble very much like prescribing a
corn plaster for consumption.
The Philadelphia Times, which
maintains a cheerful view of the bus
iness situation, lias this to say re
garding the times and tiie future
prospect: Industry has had larger
earnings in the inflated times of the
past, when it cost much more to live
and when extravagance reigned in
all circles; hut frugality has been
taught by painful lessons, and the
great mass of the people—the pro
ducers of all our wealth—are not
only more generally solvent, but
more generally prosperous, than ev
er before in our history. Let these
indisputable facts answer the croak
ers. who sac a few unfortunate over-
producers and reckless gamblers
It was, possibly, with'the greatest
<-f jev that variousol democratic lead- j tumble into bankruptcy, and predict
ers present at a big political banquet i general depression and ruin. Legit-
at Boston, heard General Butler de- ; imate business is not only more
dare that he meditated no raid on ; thoroughly legitimate than at any
the Democratic camp,since a spirit of j time in the past, but it never give
unrest has prevailed lest the wily j better assurance of legitimate profits.
Ben. should capture and carry off the j The country is sound to the core, and
chief honors. i business trust should be unclouded.
Pott the last week reported by ■ The Congressional Directory.
Bradstreet’s there were 345 failures i The new Congressional Directory
in the United States, 03 more than has just been completed by the public
the preceding week, 3 more than the
corresponding week of 18R3, and 142
more than the same week of 1882.
This total exceeds the record for any
one week of the past five years.
About 69 per cent, of the failures,
however, were those (if small trades,
whose capital was under $5,000.
Already the bills introduced in j
Congress number sonic thousands. j
On one day recently 670 were intro
duced. In the single matter of pub
lic buildings, uj) to the 7th inst.,
bills had been offered to authorize
the purchase of ground and the erec
tion of sixty public buildings in thir-
>ty-£Tiree States and Territories, in
cluding the District of Columbia, the
cost of which, so far as indicated,
will be upwards of $12,000,000.
Tlie following patents were granted
to citizens of Georgia, week en
ding January 15, 1884, reported ex
pressly for this paper by Jos. II. Hun
ter, Solicitor of American and For
eign Patents, 934 F Street, Washing
ton, 1). C.:
Kansas S. Davis, Cole City, balloon
propeller; 'Wm.lt. and Samuel E.
Jones, Toccoa, carpenter’s square;
Henry Denton Terrell, Starrsviite,
Chakles Dm.monico, the last (if
the family who have been distin
guished in New York city for about
fifty years as keepers of restaurants,
left his home on the 5th inst., in a
state of mental aberration, and was
Supposed to have wandered into
New Jersey. The most diligent
search failed to secure any satisfacto
ry information of him, until his body
was found on Monday of last week
on Orange Mountain, near tho road
side where he had perished in t!
cold a week 'previous. Dei manic;
fortune is estimated at §2,000,000.
The telegraph bring; news of one
of the most terrible disasters that has
ever occurred on the Atlantic coast.
The staamship City .of Columbus
which sailed from Boston for Savan
nah on the 19lh struck a reef off Gay
Head, at the southwestern extremi
ty of the Island of Martha’s Vine
yard, the next day after it left port,
and went down, 102 of the 120 per
sons on board losing their lives. Bad
steering, it is claimed, brought the
disaster. Another steamer, the Ili-
vai-Yuen, has been wrecked on the
sum Islands, involving a loss of
about two hundred lives. -
The American Register says:
Agitation for the sake of agitation is
not wise, and tiie Democratic leaders
in Congress, who are endeavoring to
force tariff reform at this time do
not manifest the highest wisdom.
The tariff is as much a business as a
political question and it ought not
be made the sport of partisan endeav
or. It will be time enough to revise
the tariff when the party comes into
power, and any agitation now is use
less and foolish. No revision of the
tariff can be had with a Republican
Senate to opposedt, and even should
it find favor in that body, a Presi
dential veto would he ready for it
when it came before the President.
Tiie Democratic party is not called
on to perform impossibilities. The
people, satisfied of their intention in
that particular, are no doubt willing
to wait until the desire to revise the
tariff can be accompanied with the
ability to accomplish it.
Two of the most important land
sales in the history of the Southwest
will occur in Alabama within
the next two months—the first
at Montgomery, hegining on
the 31st of January, and
the other at Huntsville, on the 14th
I Under the provisions of the act of
Congress.of March 3,1833, known as
the Morgan Land bill, all of the pub-
lUWands in Alabama that were re
ported to the General Land offices
prior to passage of the act as contain
ing coal or iron will be offered for
Side at the times and places mention
ed. Each of the sales may cc contin
ued for two weeks, and at the end
of that time all the lands that have
been offered and remain unsold will
he open to private entry on the same
terms as agricultural lands. The
bulk of the lands to he offered iics
in the famous Warrior coal field, and
embraces thousands of acres of the
richest coal lands in the State of Al-
abmu. During the past six months
vrrious companies of capitalists have
had experienced coal men in the field
) examining these lands and locating
( the richest veins of coal. This work
has been d one quietly, hut thoroughly
- and when the sales open
these capitalists will knew
• where ■ to put their money.
There Is here a field for speculation,
and it is safe to predict that many
large fortunes will be realized by ju
dicious Investments in these rich
printer and it reveals some enriou
personal statistics. Of the 26 Senators
who were sworn in at the beginning
of tiie 'present session only tweiv
arc new to that body. Mr. Morrill
of Vermont is the oldest, being 74,
while Mr. Kenna of \Y Va, is the
youngest Senator, lie being only fir-
years of age. Tiie longest Senatorial
biography is that ot Mr Brown, of
of Georgia, who admits that because
he favored reconstruction measures
he “became unpopular,” hut salves
his vanity by asserting that “ in
every instance when lie has been a
candidate before the people lie lias
been successful.” The briefest sketch
is that of Senator Call,of Florida, who
occupies four lines. The richest Sen
ator is Mr. Fair, of Nevada, reputed
to lie worth forty millions, though
Mr. Bowen of Colorado, is said to
possess nearly as much its Fair. The
poorest are about a dozen of the
Southern Senators whose riches are
on an even plane with their Senato
rial salaries. Brown of Georgia, and
Malione of Virginia are the only two
from the South who are wealthy.
Senator Butler of S C is pronounced
the handsomest man in the Senate,
j though Mr Riddle!>orgor of Va., dis
putes tiie palm in this respect. Sen-
| ator Ingalls is considered the best de
bater and Senator Morgan tiie best
logician. Messrs. Edmunds and Gar
land are tlie ablest lawyers, while
Senator Vance is the finest r'uetoriti-
eian and best storv-tellor. But to re
turn to the directory: Botli Mala »e
and Riddleberger make their Confed
erate records a conspicuous portion
of their personal sketches. Senator
Anthony is the oldest in Senatorial
services, and Edmunds next.
NATIVITY OF SENATORS.
Kentucky leads the States in fur
nishing the present Senate with eight
native horn Senators; Ohio comes
next with seven; New York, six,
Georgi i, Tennessee, Virginia and
Pennsylvania each four; Ireland,
three; (Jones, of Florida, Fair and
Small); England one, (Jones of Ne
vada, and Scotland one (Beck). Ohio
furnishes two Senators for Indiana,
and two for Iowa, tlie four gentle nen
■representing these States having been
born in the Buckeye State.
THE HOUSE IN THE DIRECTORY.
There are twenty foreign born
members of the House. The oldest
is Mr. Kelley and the youngest is Mr.
Post. General Rosencr.uis has the
longest biography, nearly a page,
while Messrs. Skinner, of N C, and
Houseman, of Mich, give simply j
their names and post office address, j
After Rosencnius, ex-Spcaker Keifer
indulges in the longest sketch. A
grandson of Henry Clay, who . now
sits in the House employs less than
THE MEMBERS WRITE TIIEIU OWN
and a great diversity of taste is in m-
ifested as to whaPis worth telling of
themselves. For instance, John S.
Wise, of Virginia considers it an
honor that he “ was Captain of the
Tbe Emjteror Louis Napoleon smoked
only tbe finest citrars the world could pro
duce. Prof, non-ford «ye the Emperor ■
cigar* were made specially for him in lla-
vacc from leaf tobacco utowu in the G olden
Belt of North Ctr.'lina, this being the finest
leaf crown. Blackwell's B.iU Durham
Smckinv Tobacco in made from the same
leaf used in tlie Emperor**; cigar*. If abso
lutely pure and ti unquestionably the best
tnhsoco CYt*r offered.
Thackeray’s gifted daughter, Anne, In
her sketch of Alfred T*. nnyson. in Harper'•
tell* * f her % isit to the great poet
She found bim Binokinr Blackwell’s Bull
Durham Tobacco, sent him by lion. James
Rur.-cll Lowell. American ilii icter to Ihe
Court of 3t James.
In Uie»e dr.ys of adulteration, it i j a com
fort to smokers to to»o»r that the Bail Dur
ham brand is absolutely pure, and made
from tlie best tobacco the worl 1 produces.
Blackwell’s Bull Durham Smoking To
bacco is the beat and purest made. All
dealers have it. None genuine without
tlie trade-mark of the Bull.
W. T. JONES,
American and Italian Marble,
MONTTMEBTS and T0KBST02TES,
sold, before tho court house door
in tlie town of Oedartown, Polk county,
Ga., between the legit! hours of sale, on
tlie iirst Tuesday in February, 1884, the
following property, to-wit:
Lots of land numbers 5, 6, 7 and 75, in
the 1st district and 4th section of origi
nally Oherokoo, now Polk county, La.,
and also on lots of land numbers 25, 26.
36, 87, 38, 39, 40, 104. 105, 107*412, 113, 114,
175, 170, 17<, 18S anti 249, in the 21 district
and 4th section of originally Cherokee,
now Polk county, Ga.. by virtue of four
ft fas issued from Polk Superior Court,
the first in favor of John H. Reynold* vs.
John 11 etchings, the second in favor of
Camp, Glover it Co. vs. .John Hutchings,
the third in favor of J. *V L. Scaxongood
A* Co. vs. N. J. Tunilin A Co. and John
Hutch ours, ;tud tiie fourth in favor of
Edward Snowden vs* John Hutchings;
also one fi la Issued from Floyd Superior
Court in favor of J. A* L, Sotnongood A
Go. vs. N. J. Tunilin, .survivor of N. J. ,
Tunilin «k Co., and John Hutch lugs, All J
the above property levied on as rim prop
erty of John Hutchings. ,
Also, at tiic s une time and place, will \L£A large supply of Stone Moun-
be Hold, lot oi land number 507. in tho igff f tain Granite and all Lime Stone
2-.1 district and 4th section of Polk county • for door sills, door posts, win-
propertv of K l. Brown, by i dow sills and caps constantly on hand.
Granite and Limestone
For Building Purposes.
A large variety of Monuments
rityand Head Stones constantly on
if! jhand, and any style made to or
der on short notice.
THE WORST “ ISM ” TO-DAY IS
RHEUMATISM IN THE BACK
PERRY DAVIS’S PAIN KILLER,
virtue of one Polk Superior Court
in favor of Thomas Berry, eta I, survivor
of Thomas Berry A* Co.,* vs. Ed. Brown,
at the same time and place, will
ALL WOKK GUARANTEED
MALE AND FEMALE.
Exorcises of the above school will be
Moudny, January 14th, 1881,
at tiie Acadetnv formerly occupied bv
Prof. W. J. Noyes.
Rates of tuition to snit the times.
Boys and girls desiring to enter col
lege will be prepared for any cl:is3.
Our past experience in teaching justi
fies us in saying our patrons will receive
Pupiis charged from entrance to close
of term, unless otherwise provided.
Vocal and Instrumental Music will lie
taught in connection with the school at
A fair trial is all we ask.
W. S. FEATHMIISTON, Principal.
Miss PORTIA BUNN, Assistant.
be so! i, lot of land number 7:7, in the !
24 district and Iiii section of Polk conn- ' a
RHEUMATISM IN THE KNEES
PERRY DAVIS S PAIN KILLER.
RHEUMATISM IN THE MUSCLES
PERRY DAVIS’S PAIN KILLER.
RHEUMATISM OF LONG STANDING
PERRY DAVIS’S PAW KILLER.
RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS, buy of
Perry Davis’s Pain Killer
S TATE OF GEORGIA, POLK
tv.—To the Sn
Superior Court of said
t* unty. The petition of .las P Harrison,
Jacob S Rosenthal, Paui A Sceger, John
Fox and their associates, respectfully
1st. That they and their associates and
successors desire to bo incorporated un
der tlie corporate name of “The Atlanta
Variegated Marble and Slate Company,”
for an l during a period of twenty years
with the privilege of renewal at the ex
piration of that time.
2!. That the principal place of busi
ness of said corporation is to be at Roek-
mart. in said State and county, but they
ask the p >wcr of establishing works or
agencies at jjiich other places as may be
i necessary or proper for the conduct of
j their business.
| 3d. That the capital stock of said com
fy, Ga., as the property of James L. Jen
kins, by virtue of two Polk Superior
Court fi fas, the one a mortgage fi fa in fa
vor of Mrs. Martha J. Woods, for the use
of Thomas G. W. MeMeekin, vs. Janies
L. Jenkins, and the other in favor of M.
F. Harris and Thomas G. W. MeMeekin
transferree?, vs. James L. Jenkins.
Also, at the same time and place, will
be sold, lots of land numbers 1254, 1253,
1135,1181, 1266, 1234 and 12‘»5, in the 3d
district and 4th section of I'oJk county,
Ga.; also, lot of land number 1080, in the
2d district and 4th section of Polk coun
ty, Ga., as the property of Reubin Web
ster, security; also lots numbers 1267,
126S, 1209 and 1252, in tlie 3d district
and 4th section of Polk county, Ga., con
taining 200 acres, more or less; also 1009,
in the 2d district and 4th section of Polk
county, Ga., as the property of Ed. Web
ster, principal, by virtue* of one Polk
Superior Court li fa in lavor of JaniesM.
Smith, Governor of Georgia, vs. Ed.
Webster, principal, and Reubin Webster,
security on bond.
Also, at the same time and place, will
be sold, lot of land number 1107, in the
18th district and 3d section of Polk coun
ty, Ga., as the property of L. B. York;
also, lots of land numbers S, 9, 10 and 11.
in the 21st district and 3d section of 1'oik
county, (4a.: also, number 90, in the 22d
district and 3d section of Polk county,
Ga., containing 320 acres, as the property
of A. Huntington, one of the securities.
All of the above levied property pointed
out by W. E. Wood, assig. ee*of Hunt
ington & Wright; levied on by virtue of
one fi fa issued by Joel Brewer, Ordinary
of Polk county, (4a., in favor of C. 11.
Wood, Treasurer ol Polk county, and W.
K. Wood, assignee of Huntington &
Wright, transferree, vs. L. 15. York, prin
cipal, and W. C. Barber, A. Huntington,
M. V. B. Ake and W. U. Reck, securities.
Also, at the same time and place, will
be sold, one bay horse, medium size,
about 12 years old, with white face; one
two-horse thimble-skein wagon : one old
six-horse power threshing machine and
one mowing machine ; said property in
possession of John Hutchins?*, and*lev
ied on as the property of said Hutchings,
by virtue of one Polk Superior Court ii
fa in favor of John Ii. Reynolds vs. John
Post pox ei> S ales.
and set up if desired.
Prices reasonable, and patronage solic
Karbleyard 102 4c 104 Broad St.,Borne,Ga
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In Effect November 4, 1883.
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Shipped direct from Florida plantations.
Fine Hast Proof Gats,
of which a trial is solicited.
NO. 1—PASSENGER TRAIN.
Daily, Sunday excepted.
Stiles ho ro
Fish Greek 11:34
No. 3—PASSENGER TRAIN.
Daily, Sunday excepted.
Also, at the same time and place, lots
of land Nos. 1085, 1147. in the 2d district
and 4th section of Polk county, Ga., as
tho property of Mrs Helen >1 Ingraham,
the &anic being in possession of Elias
We call on all who remain indebted to
us in anv amount to come forward at
4th. That tlie objects of said corpora
tion and business which they propose to
carry on are the quarrying, cutting, pol
ishing, preparing and selling marble and
slate, and to these ends they ask that
they may be granted power to buy, sell,
lease, or let lands and mineral interests,
to execute mortgages, issue bonds and
do all other things necessary or proper
.for carrying out the objects of said busi
ness. They ask that- they may be grant
ed nil the rights, powers' and privileges
incident to corporations in this Slate,and
such as are specified in Section 1(179of the
Code of this State. And petitioners will
ever prav, Ac.
‘HARRISON * PEEPLES,
Slate of Georgia, Polk county.—*1, \V.
C. Knight, Clerk of the Superior Court
of said county, hereby certify that the
above and foregoing is a true and com
plete copy of the petition for incorpora
tion as therein set forth on file in my
office. This January 12,1884.
‘W. C. KNIGHT,
C.S. O. P. c.
and 1th section of originallyW*hemkeo.
now Polk county, Ga., as the property of
the defendant John Hutchings, by vir
tue of one Polk Superior Court mortgage
once and make settlement, as wo can not
wait longer. From this date we will sell
only for cash. W. F. HALL CO.
January 1, 1884.
said John Hutching
Also, at the same time and place, lots
of land Nos. 448, 347. 316, 246, 657, 34-5, 348,
351, 314, 346, 357, 323, 695, 415, 491, 7**4, 795,
834, 835, 763, 765. 766, all in the 21st dis
trict and 3d section ol Polk county, Ga.,
as the property of J It Morgan by Virtue
of one tax fi fa in favor of the State and
county for the year 188.3. Fi fa issued bv
M E McCormick, T. C. Levy made and
returned to me by L. C.
January 2. 1884.
E. \V. CLEMENTS, She riff.
J. D. ENLOW, Proprietor.
44 Fish Creek 6:14 44
44 Cedartown 6:40 44
Leave Cartersville 2:50 p. m
Arrive Stilcsboro 3:21 44
44 Taylorsville 32>6 44
44 Heaton’s 3:15 44
44 Rock mart 4:08 44
44 Goddard’s 4:2S 44
44 Fish Creek 4:34 14
44 Cedartown 5:00 44
NO. 2—PASSENi: s*t* waia.
Daily, Sunday excepted.
Leave Cedartown 2:05 p. ni.
Arrive Fish Creek 2:32 44
44 Goddard’s 2:39 44
44 Rock mart 2:58 44
44 Heaton’s 2:24 44
44 Taylorsville 3:33 44
44 Stilcsboro 3:51 44
44 Cartersville 4:25 44
NO. 4—PASSENGER TRAIN.
Daily, Sunday excepted.
Leave Cedartown 7:15 a. m.
Arrive Fish Creek 7:40 4 *
44 Goddard’s...; 7:46 44
44 Rock mart 8:05 44
44 Heaton’s v 8:29 44
44 Taylorsville K;3S 44
44 Stilcsboro 8:54 44
44 Cartersville 925 44
Cedartown S:00 a. m.
ve Fish Creek.
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NO. I—DAILY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
Leave Fast S West Junction ..2:55 p. in.
poned tho above house,I ro-
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T7 ARALSON SHERIFF’S SALES.—
XI Will be sold before the court liouse
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G 1 EORGIA, POLK CO
^Stewart has applied
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ai! persons concerned to be and appear
at a court of Ordinary to be licid in said
county on the first Monday in February
next, to show cause, if any they can,
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This 1st davof January. lss4.
JOEL BREWER, Ordinary.
Shiloh 5;42 “
“ Hebron 3:5(5 “
“ Gray’s 4:11 “
“ Ohateiiib 4:21 “
“ Francis 4 ; 34 “
Singleton 4:4!) “
“ Iiagian ! 5:12 “
“ Fair View »:33 “
“ Broken Arrow 6:00 “
NO. 2. DAILY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
Leave Broken Arrow <1:00 a. m.
r air view 9:30
Sulphur Springs 12:33
East and West junction 1:15
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Tiie farm known as tlie I)r. Richardson
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4th section of Polk county, Ga., toOacres,
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embracing lots numbers 821,822, KK5, in
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Also the fayii known as.the <ieo. Foster
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enibnicing lots numbers U)37, 1110, 110.1,
!0‘15 and ?K>4, in the 21st district and
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Honor J. C. Fain, Judge of said court.
I. L. (Ai\ctt . f jji, 0 | f or |>]vorec.
C. E. J. ChiyotL J «*?**>» iVrfeet Service.
It app.-aring to the Court by tlie returns
of the Sheriff that the defendant docs
not reside in this county, and it further
apjieurmg tliat she docs not reside in this
A'so the farm known |hn Ilemdon , ^
. place, SK ijiiles south of'. Cedartown, | State. It is on motion' of counsel or-
n umber re'irosoilt over forty different I e,1 >bra< - ing lots and par’s of lots numbers dered that s.iid defendant appohr and an-
. , - . ‘ | 1127,1128, 1120,117«. nnd 110(1, in the 2J I swer at tiie next term of this Court, else
trades and pi otos-uons. i district and 4th se-tion of Falk county, ; that the case ho considered in dafauli,
Ga., containing 120 acre,, m ire or less. | an-1 the case allowedto proceed. And it
Georgia pine is now bemg diipjx^d j All the above described p oporty sold I is further ordered tfeatjlna Bide be pnb-
to South Amerie i. A Pensacola •» the property of Hunting: m * Wright lislie l in the UKnruTowx Anv.
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day In February next, to show eana i
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A V. FAME,
G eorgia—polk county.—e. h.
KicharJson. Jr., :uimiuisinitor on
tiie estateofE.il. Richardson, Sr., hits
applied tor leave to sell the following
h:n U lielongiug to said estate, to-wit:
Twenty-one a”d 70-100 acres of lot num
ber 7:4*, sixty-eight and 29-KK) acres of
lots numbers 72B, and 7S7, and twenty
acres of lot number 797, containing one
hundred and ten seres, more or less, lv-
ingand heingj'.i th* 2d districc of tlie
4th section of Polk count v, Un.‘ There
fore, all persons conekrned will take no
tice to be and appear at a court of Ordi
nary to l>e held In said county, on the
first Monday in Febraary, 1994, to ahow
eause.lf any they can, why leave to sell
1 said land should not be granted. Given
. under my hand and official signature,
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