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kilt in iii hi: m-il
IH* mllms tug cntdh'im*n him ittitlmHiwd ttt t-wMdvv
|ittvilil filf Him Hunt lip til
tftNttiatn H»i»t fur Hip #»umt 1
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MlvbtsMMl HVtVfWllMti HtlllMi'Vi ! ii\,
Mr, w. lb Wat#, Hordoit, Atrv. H
ilt.'OtV HI i'pU iVUoit > l‘*l«.
SVA t'WAN*t\K, MmiMHflli Kill!
m*mm *»■*■■■* mmmwa'mmma *m<, wwniwwpi
Foil rONQHKSH, KROONI* OKTIUUT,
HON. NELSON TiET,
0£ WOUOHHHIV .COUNTY.!/
TlfK Hi l *'! I'HfltnlllH rtll Hie llnfufUdeuil \\)~
pllWliutlli, SlibrillN Sales, '«to, ! , of Decatur
1 v> ' ,l ',‘ ' i
fealiitiitoi y '* 1 |
* In ufatimlng thin EdiihriuHlhub kind rea<l«
'of, ’Wono sb iIH fehrmill
Wo fed tiAlly seiiidble ol fill' fact, IlWl '\vt
are ninli'itHkhtg nti dViliUifisWrVtf Vhl’jißoAfolo
duty. TTowWMb wc stfall eVidiMKnr f1 > tfnj*
best!'fifVAVr hlm lily' l*o diVoViarge \\"W make
one paper ijitmtfttipg and .useful to the
community uh <ll lift pur pliu*Tconpprn, Up**
on »H subjects affecting the lafeteßlH of lno
pvopie of our Bunny-|amj, we snail claim lid:
privilege of all froornen > 1p ifiseusa tllcnji
boldly, Freely and fnipt;}.y.
„ tCajiwc by the Wfdi? rays ot tiff fit pfrm-i
. toil frlim.mir aid in bringing back aurj*
it old tyftlt tto 1 her t foimer g'lary —rebuild
her Trgm the srnenldpriug ashes of formyr
. prosperity — restore peaee,
happiness to her opjireyped peoply • Till'd
\ve shall have accomplished ,a .work oil
which vv.e niu); j f p|ojii(ji. , |
The people of Teuuepse speak of ronhinfri
Andrew Jolinsph tor (»overii<>r. The elec
tion takes pbtchs next August.
-• ■ ■.( lev ;
Oeneial Hancock i‘efnses to f'ntl for dov
eriiof- of PeiiiisVli'ania. ‘ *•’ * r
The famous McAulle case, will lm argued
before the SftpriHih* Court United
obont the middic of Eohr®b*'|ft u!
Jeff. Davis, appeared at tlm restaurant
of !h'' Fiores proveucuux, Paris on the sth
of January, creating a gieat sensation.
Tfie lie avy raiiisduring tlie'past fortnight,
havejnaterially. iuterfetred vy.ith our plau
State KeEction.—Tlio' politfeal campaig'n
of ISfitf will open With tlie following State
elections: Now Hampshire Mach 9; Onii
re'ticut April 4: Rhode Isf-ind April 7. A
Oovernor is lb be cfioesen in each.
TnG'DcjtocKAic Ai.wan'Ac.— We are in debt
od to the publishers, Van Kric, Hortox &
o‘>., New Yo.ik, for a copy of the Democrat
ic Almanac and political compendium for
Ci l. H. D. McMAHoy esteemed
genilonian and able Ebitor died in Memphis
about Iwo weeks since. For thirty years
he occupied a prominetrt position as a
journalist of that city. f. :
We U new him in our boyhood day’s as a
warm, kind-hearted friend; possessing a
genial soul; and was beloved by all who
The American Stock Journal. —The Peb
ru;||y number of this valuable Monthly is
received, it contains a, number of interesting
articles, that should be read by every farm
or. Among thorn, “Prevention ftf piseases
among Antfpals,” “Feeding Stock,” “Dis
temper in Horans &e;’ ? “The various Breeds
«>} Cattle” &c., &c.
Specimen copies sent free to any "ph'mxhr.
Adtvss, N. P. Boyer & Cos., Publisher,
Rm kersbqjg, Chester County, Tviinsly
Banker of the South.— Rev, A. J. Rv an,
Editor, published in August a, G ,, orgia ( Jiy’
L. I’. Bloom <fcOo., is one of the best family
papers in the South, and inferior to done
North. Oar people' shpuld support it liber
Packard’s Mostht. —This Magazine for
February is upon our tabid, -0» nietife* —
Meaning off Andy Johnson, Difficulty of go*
ing to Rome and othhr valuable: tend inter
feres ting articles. Pi me one. .’dollar per
year. Published by G. ;G. Packard 031
Broadway, New York. n . ; in
General Lee.— Grant the, soldier, Grant,
the magnanimous. Grant, elect of the pen-’
pie, could properly aijd uoljv tenden onq
ol his Cabinet appointments, to Robert, E
Lee, by all odds I in' first and noblest map
hi the rebel, Goa fed racy,- It would do vastly
much »o heal the sore difference between
y»e Xorjii and South ; it would make our
lately alienated Souihern bruthyfu feej that
they- had a near place in our hearts' and
homes, that we are now one nation, thatour
glory is their glory, and that they have a,
large share in the success of the .adminis
tration of our great President*— Milicaul:ee
Ti»«t %It*| till' %1 lll«2 ftiotv*> Ib'ln'ix
The South «*ili KnoftitMsaftO to fed
and rttigmnt!*.‘tl addirtloyiti, and Hie wold
‘rebel* in even tmw, j'allitig grudnuPv in to
‘diHime, i'ti'iMy, i|t"|y i< John IHn ney
Hie very ijiimießfena*' yf till that in loyal.
Forney, wniiai? “fwu papers, both dully » M
could in vrr hear down hard eimugh upon
Hie Huody-—inbnh'd acceaaioidßU-tliis eiu*
bodtnmtit ul pah lot lam and all thu ot ln?r
vtrtttea, haa bei'U uway duwnHoutli wilting
| t?lM*ih liar the ouliglilement of Rmlbala in
particttlai' and ol'innnkind in gannral, And
wlmt a tdiangi* Inis taken place In Ida view*
WJuy a mii/ivie lota linen wrought ill Ida
lone met U mpur luwardu theae oral while
UiHJ.oia Itinl M aeiMti.ooat! It la toil a law
imHitha aiuee Hiy were deppuiiued na red»v
lwsided they ure apeki nip
aa (}oiifbdei , utea ,, tlda hy John F <ri»ev,
lie la in mhnimHou of He lr eombift and
min tiadely ttnd language in whiuh to \x <
piea?< Ida dgliglit at ilmir loyalty and gensl
era! good eundubt, Whu would have anti, j
eipaled aueh a wonderful trauaforiTiation?l
Hut wlml dfien it all uiean?, \Vhat%th'|
« iuho of ill la ext i ftordiuary s, • t W J
docM Foiuey call the, .SuiiUmm peopll
"Uonlcderates'’ iusimul of<*bg©bpl o
heretofore? The answer ia s|apple,
they are in the world,
prosperity if wn«* rui#r« stlttWlliug
f>espiti«itiki»» raviipiNii'wnr, despnv
Hie destrncpoif of their, industrial
•icHpiio tie; dcviispijioii of ihgir./urtilo*
the ruin of <) nee thr win g’< ti) vvns u a nd Vi 11 ftges
despite aril l ' th« <‘ vhuilmiiJfn l that swept
" Wt ;te '5?' 1 ’ “" (i
tion, thgy .swat : ituum** the
high ><r«d -’to * liwd * material
not only uJ)fAW madj-*
i heuiUnost<deftiu*ldt‘ au-du^UlAKaniaiidtistonH
ers in the j**rwnt tradiiig‘ wai'fs r, <'if Nortli f
This is the secret of the
,v i p- j( n:<a u am lam*? 1 » rf.'l f
ch a ri go t tmh am]
tempefo.nh pubho. «pi»iwib|/i«rilh*s. faction. |
They liave’nW ea-iiy mnda t(HMi4iscovcry]
in Wall street, that there is 'no.nev, in the
ji,;i -*1 BOY Ssnw H;n I
South, that the % ,cot,ton a(id ;i? sug:},r..;fUd toba-j
co have been.swore,sUuodant than :Wi4s ex
pected, aod they* tfH^iiig!tlfflii* attention
to the question investment;
The in the
fact. are Already- in
dernand, and lhat d r >'ist; $-
.rppugspcciilatpts ip Stficks, Atip,lhgf .strjj
king iijjji&atiijp pf]j,jie _^re, a \ onfhat is
now going on, in thg.pqicease by the N, ; Y:
ijayjpg, Banks of, 3'm,thern State bonds.
Another year of abundance, anoiher year
of plenty, an ilher such harvest as \ye gath
ered, on the teeming [pil-ls pf the Soafh fiat
fa 11, and the business men of the Northwill
be their very obedient servants, lb ) spir
it'of trade is an obsequious one and wor
ships success. Let the South raise three
million, bales of cotton this year, and the
very men who called loudest for the enfor
cement of the reconstruction policy, will
solemnly disclaim ever having been the
enemy of its people.
Those three million bales of cotton will
produce the greatest revolution in public
opinion, in this section. We shall hear no
more of treason, no more of rebels, no
more of disloyalty. Fraternal feeling, bro
therly love, a common .ancestry, wiil then be
the calehsword, the cant of the hour. We
shall never weary praising their courage,
their heroism, their devotiu to principle.
Cotton will again be enthroned, and the
deserters who forsook the fallen monarch in
the day. of adversity, will again play the
sycophant at his footstool;
Let the people of the So iff h rejoice. The
most trying part of trie ordeal t<> which
they have been subjected is over. Thy are
near tlie end of Ihein trains, They have
raised over two hunched milium dollars
wßrtli of cotton ai'id hove more money to
} spend, consequently they must, not ho oflbnw
dedi by ilßmanered allusions .to the Ifcfe;
•‘"little .unpleasantness.’! It will .soon be.
time for WendeilJPhillips and the Honorable
Cliawles intake huCk seats' ''Tire-''popular
ity of radicalism is ofj the Vfaife. ’SbiifHct**'
State bonds are on the rifle. The Nort'hefu
mc*rcimn t& are co/npeting • pi
the South, and, .John F«»rney tt
help” Confederates” Wonders wfll never
yea it will put the qnietWunV l fttWitOfltetnd
and wiqd : wp thd: whelpd of
iepbn/jtrycthijn., y r ;• J .iitmti toy > /ed
-Q"py. tho abpyy. JryjQ
poliUm Record qf. Jjijq
U sffi>ws !; iip, %
Forney very clearly,,
of actual cash in the South just now is not
the only object (.1i is ~ rt sweei seen ted cuss”
i*V Icolinvd • man, of
v.Nitiorv,’- t>y the eiffnafttchfeui
od y * of Washington; rnii)UQAitl©i,<'f
wirndd nob she ebuterred' u pond-him l
colored pftjvutut ioii off'lSefd-giH
H>‘AtifvdPm4‘«.”. He ifcMiou*. intMgftdbitCla'wdK
speculaiirtg in the South, < maid*.mo-dotil#'
would like bo. tiiootUvago e.aiivdlthh/ fh>
*•*i-'bAilddf<Fm4feffe?uttt<rStathu,’” im rottfcef f t» 1
dmposev«»f some* t.f lrmfadds ondl bfegre'by
pocket a few dmresj ii. co .aoi #m. iihm
We an* aiijfiOms for good N*«rtheU» nnoilJ
to corne among ns, and wilt-do every Thibgp'
ii» our power to encdur.-fge- them; bnf ’
we are not foolish »btHrt;o ' such
as Forney would send. If we
should be fortunate enough to piake a good
ci op this year, thete is plenty of Fornev’s
stripe who Spaniel like, would be whining
at our feet, and lecohstructicui would be
among the things that were.
In tin* < v tHie Agriculfiual Convention
Judge I). A V isott offered a w4oluttoil mg'*
mg the f..rmati<in of sooieties
m each County, and n Cellini’iiding Huii
they me -t inoidldy, whlull was luuinmuiiily
'iM IMI Wind, of Wldltleld iutfoduced
ihe following preamble and resululioiit*,
which were mb* l’ Ulh .
Whel'eua The uoxciiled coml IHtU <»l |m*»
litical affair* in tin* Houth, rdriiltitig lV«m»
thu repiti ta ol evil dysigidng t§ n, touch IWg
I lie loyally and prtt\oti«in 'd|u«r people,
having gtuuiiy iYVanvd Utid S ‘Pph’d the
iigr i< it Him .H pi* no />• *1 ott*lj‘',nidi‘y h,V
reaijug diaH Uimriitg
■i' ll,#ut*. pryven'tngj and the
"Ibii of emoiai. V 4 >n*»l^ny,
Jk j i « 1 Ln* wBl jg*'* r *™ lil
1 epi * *>. 111 ,H iV' f< * * M
••• r • jyß
He- N'>* H*.i i. p" jpjjlf
•*i im’l mcra ‘jfiyß
-mole lt|> el
Oplel 1 * WBuk'' m f tUBPI
I Ass ' ■
, lt , , of lf
*•-, r™' «"">?»*«■[■
a ace- *•! < *V>fcl Congress, miWl*'
■nir syst% fc VOL
ref**r«*nftejkt nf’Vjt ,»• ■*. >, fWBBBLm
I'.'l' •. v*,fJib^V an W 1
uml'i*' proportion of '>iWordi>iary com WK
i v,> tHe f re• gleet oilgraiimerk* e bptween -S'
f! / ••. ! r this ,, elWew ° f 9
policy to produee an afiu>ui*rbf%U
otiier^pfW'f Jfbfis sufffet.t
•*ti*lHt4g nvi ngyoA4t<-.Fi»; fn lUsprAit^j ®
cidisideration. ’ , *•* *
.. 1 \2tS;
Rdsolvtd, That ill tiro ■ ftoauidoit
.the best policy fyi glre planters ami fdi**
I fliers. (jf , f^r corgi a p iwul, to* secuf-ef ixd i able
•lahor fm-itho whole crop seasmi*; (j(‘rtificates
o>f ehUvuctdr shenld be 1 icqinfed of the
l/ibo/fA 4 , diiid ‘?f stfp! hibiu-oi 1 otici.s for bier
driring.tin* croping season, a ca'i'tificate of
leaf or discharge siiull be re'quived (J Ins
Sk»at<)R Rufus E Lester,
of Chatham, made a.speech in the Senate,
in opposition to the. bilL. providing for the
payment of Joeßi ownU rifle*,. The Atlanta
correspondent of the Macon Jonnnil WMes
senger says of ii; “Mr. Lesli-r was listened
to as"usual, in breathless silence He ajways
makes a good speech, and on this
his efforts was .very able, eliciting much
The Negro Suffrage Amendment. —The
Washiugton .Express says they are push
ing Boulvvell’s hill through the senate with
a vengeance. Nevada Florida, Arkansas,
and all these other little rotten borough
States are to impose negro suffrage on
Ohio, New Jersey, and New Y*ork Let
the mill grind; imly between what the lit
tle boroughs says and the big States mean
to do is no dffer.Hice. Like I);ilge tty’s
promotion that meaning may come “dooms
slow,” but when it does come, somebody I
find that hole in the sky. —Morning News
Mr. .Wushbnrne ol Illinois, a good au
ihority with Radicals, said in the House
on Wednesday t'uat the ‘Capitol police costr,
the' sum of $.65,000 per annum.’ “We
spend SBO,OOO far clerks in .the clerks’
office, $60,000 for the office of Sergeant ar
Arms; $20,000 for post-office. $44 000 for
dooy-ket.-per, and SB,OOO for pages." and
that ‘‘it now Costs the country $335,000 per
annum to run this house,” Mr. Jenekes
declared the otlif r day that, the stealings’
of government officials last year amounted,
to $100;000,000. Wtrat a blessing the new
political dispensation is!— Morning j\eus.
ArkaHt>a*i -militia Kiiffiamisin Still
Passengers by the Little Bpck road re
i port that when the train for Memphis reached
- Edmondson Station yesterday .morning they
I'o.upd.ft mimber of the ciiize^is—men wo.
Mdre«—-there, awattrug tbe jf aiu
■to bring to p place dt safety. These
refugees rport that a squad of hvnied ne
( groes, eight in number, had appealed in tlx*
! Nation and
! Ten Mile Hay nd represent
They we.ntrtc-the place of a Os. Gibson,
the Doctor and
‘ Jhey h'au&-
Up t<i HJ^k^djierriconfess whero their
deaving hioj hanging,. until, life,. was iKuarlv
ii bar. 5iJ m ‘ ' \!*l
| The miscrants were cohtitiniiig
train deft* and the Lbjjd'hir
it Njt^idng ! (-<Hi|d
kllustrate more fully the total , and abj.vt
of the people of Arkansas, than
tiiisqne incident—a whole comiu'uuitv -dri
ven fro«n their homes by eight negroes- If
this had been told’ us fen ypFtrs afgo—lav®,
fivse, of* eveh-three years ago/ it wrmll
have been hooted at.— Memphis A facial.
W”e U*arn from the Marietta Journal that
the Female College in that place epened
with a complete faculty on Monday last.
.I—-II Jf ■ » ■’oiT .. . ■—
Ao«neiATttlJ pnuw UTHPATdtfKK.
r fw. 10.—Crtl. Serfvpn, nnd th«
entffP old Boftfd rtf DlfMotn of the A. k G.
R. R., were iina|nmou«ly elected to*day.
\VasibNO'fi•n** Eub., @***“ N.u^ii,- 1 bupi'ento
t MtHnncd the dt?(ii«ion oT ui» Omm ol
OfMgop, miuirlng tuxi'M lo U» paid in gold
and nilfoi'i Tito Omni liolda (hat luxe* mo
j,i Hut |4l4lui'u of doUiH of oonnmsip, and
It u.iMwlidoi 1
U.. 1 In li (H Oil /l
i tJiKnlWna riVvowiignftt ilit* l>y
mmlii.i, objected,, i..l
%oMfStrati \ Mt %
**■ - x -r- i jM, -J "^djKßr
.s&aaHsk j*. i
fill Cl k A'a 4 ;/•’;'•
2ourt of Ordinary' at-ChHinJie,, l . r „
ig apart and vaJua.lLxo^^meat
fH>n the same at ■tym\)Xls2&a'm' tBP
B%y, J 869, k E mTW|
™ that lhr
ih-%^ —eligibility of \
wp. W jV
Mr. §q>ear offered an amend moot
irieinbers of both branches of
Assembly pledge themselves to abide hV' lhe
decision of the Supreme Court, Lost— yeas
13, neas 19. . • . . •
• A resolution providing that each mender
of the General Assembly, the officers and
clerks, be required to state under oath
whether he held office under the the
Udilt'd States Government,' or during tin
war, was an officer under the Confederate
! Govern men!, or served in the Confederate!
army,or made donations to the
was taken up and lost —yeas, 12, nays.2o
Mr. Richardson voting nay.
The mutton then being to concur widftlm
House referiing the question of the eligi
bility of negroes to hold i dRo in this
to the Supreme Court, it was adopted—y£as
j 19, nays 21. lS^
Mr. Mend gave notice that he won id ti -
morrow move to reconsider die action of
the Senate in concurring with the House,
The bill for tiro selection of jurors in this’
State was tabled.
The bills regulating the duties of ernplny- ;
(»i\s and employed, and tt>> on co nr age-the ar
rest of criminals by compensation were las-t
Mr. Adkins ititroduccd his resolution re
scinding the action of the last, session ex-r
pel ling the colored members and to reshat
them at once, and supported his resolution
with a lengthy speech.
Mr. Smith, of the Seventh District,'oppos
ed the resolution in a forcible eSfoj'f, claim
ing that the great mass of the negroes / did
r>ot believe themselves eapaldd of ha,t(dlTiig
the .governmen t. Tie said he doubled iTMr.
Lincfbln ever favorer! the Induing of office in
this government by negroes and he
doubled the honesty of Cengress in its
voru.gsnc^a,thing. He wauted^tjae „ne*
gives to.. wnii |Mi* time., Tiie re
seaiipg the negrep would increase the vpjp
tagouisnt between-the; races -aivd ; bring on a
war of races. let
ns .have'petftjeV/ o' qjfc do t
M-r. Gaudier moved the postpAnenrcnt of
the fj^olntipn indcEiii tly^ was
j sllK U*i|f'lgjy/a vfte of%B v is Jw J- It
< The Bou^tfe It Pol^
Ito prosecute criminal
and referred to the
A bill declaring ihe selling of <jrittA|> in
the seed (not in the street as
ported) a. misdemeanor, was referred' tu’tlm
dici ary €o mr« i t Lee..
A resolute ip was introduced ,abolishing
: capital - t
Ale's, a resolution' tor electing, municjpat
officers of the city es Macon without distirtc
tbVn'on aCfcoent ofcoW. • ' d.iu-dH.I/ .A
tiie bifr prlifbiting the sate "of spirii'ous
liquors on aK'knu davs w
T!:e tb lißfßfee
jW tie irfp«£y el|ectiU_;tOpi&
■ ’ ct i oil . <4 pt'fsoiiul pi opcly, were l
There \vps aa debate over the in
terest billjgThose favoring it say that if we
repeal, the laws restricting the rate of iuier,
esc, capital, onr gn atesi need, will come to
aid our brains, muscle. Pending action
the Senate adjourned.
- J!U’*V AdmttSflimits*.
3HTr. m t it
pi', i/ ii GO~/ 1 ,f . I
'oil on, and order Fl®
A. hAVtS. , '
;Ki ■**; „&4G€*TT
A . DAVIS & CO
■ ,»>H 1 1* I !»•»»•*•
JMmmuS: mill)\\ r aia coexs, sucks a.<■. «vc„ m ,
■ ML* »«<iT , .
>• i ’& ! '■ w-Sljk. '■,'•// ■
4 ' * : r \ *•'•’]•» AI N 1>! i. I 1 >< 1 I . (i Ii
*■' * •SMtVX..*' wm .*% it J ,
" l B| * J
t y «-rk alw.i.u- on • • *n
■Xh'cs, Varria^ejpfc '▼! 'y* h * i 't u
<*r without Dfivtra- l f‘
aud Mules always -oa hand 1<»
oSie'or eX o hangft.
Feb. Htl), ’C\). 45-4f
:■: * ■ WIISTCOIT H. COLEMAN, t
Plain, t rnamentaf I Fancy
PAINTER AND DRAINER,
' ' BA I. KLUDGE, G*A.
HAVING permanently located, and being des/;
mis of Identifying lnmseli with the si:
of Lite city, respect In) y asKs ut the i a gen
,ons public wily such t 11youmgeink.
i ick, nr J. ID-Affiwns.
will he ;S?n4ed to immediate ly by Mi\ vdlmniivr.
Fob, 1it,1869. _ 42-iba. .
C. c. CAV’PBKU., . . n, q. <jjt i.py,
? '"fetIFTBELL & GURLEY,
.j ■ .i l l*' .it i
CCUKSELORS AT LAW,
AND* / |
f clidco in GjqitifM,
I'.AINB fi XIVOE, GEORGIA
•jo ' - •mw.i * in i
Feb. 11 i.li, ’69. 42-ly.-
* -.• li. V •
--M Ml r- : -.-ji
j ypp-Riii.i— BoiitHr (numy.
AT,’.C<)ttv*.rpf jOftliuaiy at-uLaipbers E\*b.;4. : 1869.
mr fixyuipOhn pf,: per
sonalty and totting ago t apd . <>,l tu»ui«-
•Stead. awl.l Yd!) |W Wfitop the sa,\pp a,,t Bain bridge.
oiv,t4»e-16lb xlay obTVVIVWyi 18#- at a»v q®ef;.,
' JOEL J()}f\POK. OVd y.
Feb. 11,1869.,. v 42-2 w
Marumi tfVay. 1 has aft/H**! .for., exempt Ufh of
pejisomtH v~ araf>(‘.fliriK < fhomt>
stead, and I will pass upwtl thb>a*V£ie at. Juti., bridge
■to IfftbjH <)3lß6tf»l r *. .i> 42-*s^[:
v ),,\ st, 18bU, 9‘jhp 1, Lanv.U has applied for ex-
setVrhg-apai't arid 'valuation of home
stead, rfnd I will pass upon the same dhHh’c'Gffi' day
of Feb. 1865 at my offic e.
* # # aJ4JELJOHNSON, Ordiry.
\J i lie 1 I hasjApplied for
exempti of home
stead. and I will pa.-ajinon the same oh the l lth
fin- SaMlidM on' the (fill
‘•Ho lt»i! ip l! 'HO '*•)- I m~2\, .
t —■ —— : ■■ ■ - _—*■_. 'y ’ ■ + do ten
A>F.OB.«lAg:i»eeatar Cdnntyr« .'htsL i
VX Court of Ordinary atjP’hwqHem, ,23d, ]3t}ft-
Dooly Lovett, has applied for personalty
iry- 1 Ail ' i fi
». us if'itHuary &lmm sfem. ,28, iB6O
„o . hies applied fpresempiinn of person
11 ] KVl'fSff* Nation «f lemilstead
and I vvi.l pass upon the same on Feb. Oth Uipo
V* 41- 2t
II liOEGlA—Pecatok ; o. '.i'"' ‘■ ~7 7~
h* <>f Ordinary, Regular Ternn'Feb Ist 18CQ
0o the first Monday iti,March next 1 wi'l •mrlv ?’
Um. Cen t of Ofdinary of S V °
in’ V l6 ,a l n J s t.) the Jh'melV'
i Donalson, of Raid county, deceased. ‘
Feli. 3ct ! 1869 Executor.
I. , fega) gotitrs
» " r -■ ; 1 ' „ _
KU’IORG IA County.
fGfwjD'i/: ffiHt Mrtnitay i/i April rirtrt. 7 w II n
Court of Ordinary of riiinty •
t’>*l apell Absnlca'i l»iown. i>,< >
..ut ’iestumeiit oft Vin Bicwii.
in' ' : vmd ; cmintv. Ibe K*«
and and all pci:>mn J tyiJYtuncil »u C‘*|'ir
appJir at that time and idetheir ODjecUun
have. J. S C.\ i
■ f cb. Hth, iyflft?** * fol<
\I)F Cbii. f nf G’dinai v at I inuiibers F. b
Mu tin Block Guard Liu of Htn rti : "c.r I
ilma,y u.f sum ecuidy ua a ctis.’liiuvr i
Gin.i(itari.vfrij‘ of saitf minmssju-ionOt sud >
and prays tout John .Moldy nnu *Jobn .1 L
ippoiutt/l a synch Giuiidians, Ibis, is t <•< '
I ’iv fdli personS'Cmu etlied '«» sn««w » in-’ .
why Ship) Martin Buck sbnnlfl nqi be iii i
ItgrtffTm- (lua'rdiuship. Given undo my ’-•
i Fmiul sianattiM JOl-L JoLNSON !i
lLbd>. 14tb,. ikt>B, ' t '.m
. LLAifMJLi A— 0, fit 1 trt- C*»n ll tV.
am first Monday in 'March ncCt. I i' *
/ ft, tile.C’otU't of Oidioarv fm |wi rimaeut
F*< ,, HJ|ir*inistiirtidrt oii the .estate, fti H> bi-rt •
Q k MARY VTI/1
rnh. Ist, f'-Vjfi
J roit 1SK»0!
ft , . —<)—
On the Ist of Jiwunry. ISfit), The Moiiiir i
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