►f the Immense Stock
JACKETS, CARPETS, ETC., ETC.
AT JULIUS COHEN & CO.'S.
It will be Sold in SMALL LOTS to suit Merchants FOE CASH.
Sale to commence Tuesday, Dec. 8th, and will continue from day to day until the entire Stock and Fixtures are all disposed of. REMEMBER THE DATE. The Trade in general will do well
^uy suc ^ as they may need. From this t : me until the day of the Auction, we will sell at 50 per cent, less than value. [ppTREMEM-
BER, ONLY UNTIL THE 8TH OF DECEMBER to avail yourselves of THESE GREAT BARGAINS. fl^T TERMS CASH. ^
CHARLES W. BALDWIN, Receiver.
A CRISIS IS COMING-
the RICHMOND TERMINAL IS IN
DIRECTORS MEET AGAIN.
V atters In Bad Shape—Where Is It al]
Going to Er.d?—The Herald’s Ac
count of the Meeting.
Xtw York, Nov. 28.—The Herald
today gives the following account of
the Ji.chmcDd Terminal troubles:
1 i e indications point to a rapidly ap-
pruai'.iing crisis in Richmond Tennis
nal allairs. Aithougli the bock f:r the
annu l meeting in December has been
cii« , i! looks as if there might be a
decided animated straggle for the con
trol fur the property.
llie East Tennessee and Central
Georgia |>eopie, while ostensibly in
I anr.cny with the lnmau faction, are
by many suspected of hostility, and a
va ry general impression prevails tli»r
the opposition of the “outs’’ is rapidly
i. iy.-i di:zl: g into a vigorously practi
1‘ i imerests involved in t, ie Rich-
in : .'et miaul system all had a lively
vie >i it yesterday, it was made very
h ■ i < ;u iy in u,e day in mid around
1Y..U stru t that there was an unusual
s. * * tn.niig me officials of the Terminal
A BIC FAILURE.
New York Brokers Compelled to
New York, Nov. 27.—Bdward 15
Field, Daniel A Lindley, John Fred
erick Werchers and Herman G. He.
mers, composing the firm of Field.
Lindley, Werchers & Co., bankers am*
brokers at No. 1 Broadway, hav.
assigned to Charles W. Gould withorn
The failure was announced on thr
produce exchange at noon, but
the grain market was only slightl>
affected. The honse is an old one, bm
latterly has been somewhat rcstricteu
in its dealings. The failure is aUri-
bnted to the advance in corn hero and
They had been protecting some large
lines of corn from the S. V. White deal
and had been on the short side of the
November market, and a few days ago
bad to cover 600,000 bushels. Their
operations were mainly in Chicago, but
to some extent here. Other articles
have gone against them, it is said, es
pecially coffee, while they had some
dealings as well in Wall street. Just
how umch of the amount the firm finds
itself unable to pay is not yet dear.
The grain markets were only slightly
affected by the failure. The head of the
firm is a son of Cyrus W. Field.
CRISP IS LEADING-
MR. MILLS GETS MAD AND LOSES.
m u.- f convened at half a doten
here plans or campaign were
g,Lo«t to the oity of A thens the city
;.i r::_i.gi d f'-.r Hire at the general meeting : dock by not electing me its mayor, but
c. idr. ciors which took piaco m the at- am in noways discouraged shall try
it-: noon : i d w. 8 attended by Sidney again if the city does not become Sodo
In. on, G oige J. G U'd. .lolin G tr.iz d before the term of the raayor-
.M nt, b.inuet Thomas, John 11. In- elect expires No, 1 don't feel bad ai all,
nor disheartened, but do pitv those
nidi mi d lie complete uirec'o
Alt mu were r< presented, and it
i ,-...'e :t s»y flat the .-.Harrs of the
a y-1« :i> u:ly complies; d system were
\t r,. Kiurply dbcussed.
NomiXO TO 8 vY.
\V'.at actually did occur brhind the
ii.1' v c t st-d and guarded doors of
J > i lin.sii’e t flice, w be re the con-
it i. i o -whs i eld, rt iiiamsas yet a se
cie . i tie directors came forth from
u eir | t.#-woa with tb>; seal of silence
• i t; t ir !ip». They wer tleal t<» it qui
ri< s yi d mu naily numbts to the a-—
ln^s ci ihe afternoon.
a 'i ihut could b- learned from ihe
i- i.i t-iii pariicip'iita Wnsjbat the con-
It; c<- mi informal <>’.*. .y the way
—lu. i r■, sulttiVir.o d- lii.i e action of
art Ku u w ha .ever, and coat it would
I e < untiuucd today It is believed,
I" V vV ‘ »• th « a r nr ' u;l ‘ TE* Sheriff Wmr and will be sold by him.
it-; o ant! approved at ye-terday’s meet- „.
other poor fellows that got left, they
were sosanguine of success, and worked
?o hard, while 1 have received all I ex
pected from the start, and done n«» work
Cheer up my disheartenedcororades, let
us try it tigain with t pair of Skill the
jewe'er’s diamond spectacles. I am
j well pleased with th« Mar or eected
Affectionately, V. W. Skiff.
| IN THE SHERIFF’S HANDS.
Mr. Zeke Edge’s Store Is Closed up
Atnens nas another failure on hand
Thursday the sheriff walked down
and closed up Mr. £ S. Edge’s furni
ture store under the foreclosure of a
m irtgage on the stock.
The goods are all in the hands of
A It hi ugh the Richmond Terminal
-coiK-em is undoubtedly in a bad, way,
ii" rt- will nevertheless be rich pickings
upon its bones for whoever coutrols its
Vust system. This perhaps not alto-
Fi-Mur unpleasant duty will devolve
upon the Board of Directors to be elect
eii next month.
'1 lie “ins” profess to be confident of I
currying ihe ejection, as the books are
closed and proxies held in abundance,
r ut it is recalled that in the case of the
S; Louis and San Francisco Company a
few years ago the Seligmans, after the
books had been closed and proxies ar
ranged, went into the market, bought
the stock ana with it in hand confront
ed those who expected to vote on tha
But whoever wins, both “ins” and
“out.-.” are bent upon preserving the
vast, system in its entirety
The question of passing the dividend
on the preferred stock was not decided
at yesterday’s meeting. President 01-
coit. of the Central Trust Company,
w ho is a trustee for the holders of pre-
IT DOES CRISP GOOD.
The Fight Is Really on Now—An Inter
esting Telegram Direct From
the Nation’s Capitol.
will support. Representative MoKin.
ley of New Hampshire ia the secretary
of the delegation, and. will call the
meeting. He has been an ontspoken
adherent of Mr. Crisp, bnt ia now
claimed by the Mills contingent. He
bad a long conference with Mr. Bvnum
at Mr. Mills’ headquarters yesterday af-
Mr. Edge was seen
by a Banker reporter
yesterday and he said- that he would
come out even if bis good* brought any
thing: like what they cost
He estimates the value of his stock at
flye thousand dollars and the mortage
foreclosed is for a much less sum
The mortgage was foreclosed by s
friend of Mr. Edge, and Mr. Edge «aye
that he thinks everything will come out
Washington, D. C., Nov. 28.- [Spe
cial.]—It now begins to look more than
ver like Crisp of Georgia will be the
winner in the Spe ikership race.
He is winning friends ou all sides
by hi9 coolness and manly behavior.
Mills is mad and that means much for
The fact ia that Mr. Mills is losing
both his temper and his heart at the
rapidly increasing vote of some of the
other Speakership candidates. Mr. Mc-
Millin indignautly declares that he will
not retire from the race now nor later
in the fight, and Mr. Spriuger says the
same thing. The friends of both
of these candidates claim that every
day adds to their strength, and in fact.
Mr. Springer now counts upon more
than thirty supporters, who will stick
to him first, last, aud all the time. The
increase in Judge Crimp’s vote, especial
ly in New York and New England, ban
also brought consternation to Mr Mills,
and caused him to be a little indiscreet
in his utterances.
Mr. Hatch came ia today and now all
the candidates are on the field.
The contest may now be said to be ac
tually on. Although there are, as yet,
comparatively few Congressmen in the
city. It is already apparent that the
fight is to be made very largely a mat
ter of Democratic policy, the latest in
dicatiou in this regard being the de
parture of Senator Gorman for New
York in the interest of Mr. Crisp, and
of Senator Carlisle for the same oity in
behalf of Mr. Mills. This gives some
evidence of the intensity as well as the
importance of the pending struggle.
Mr. Mills has parlors in Willard’s
Hotel. Mr. Bynum, who has become *
full-fleged supporter of Mr Mills sine
his withdrawal from the contest, assist*
Mr. Mills in receiving and entertaining
visitors. Judge Crisp has quarters it
the Metropolitan. His frieuds are fig
uring that he will receive almost, if uot
quite, a hundred votes on the first bal
lot. In tbia estimate are included the
votes of New York, nearly all tbi.
Southern members, and some strength
Banner Office. Athens, Nov. 28 —
A general slump and a m >st inexplica
ble one ends up the week’- work.
, Buyers set-m to have dropped out of
themaikct and left the speculators with
the bag to hr Id, giving them a slight
, bite more than they could chaw. Liver-
ternoon. Friends of Mr. Mills say that, pool led off with a decline of five sixty
the delegation will vote as a unit for fourth", followed by New York which
j opened nix to ten points off, and dt-
_* ... ... „ . . I dined to the close to twelve to fourteen
Forty or flftF of Mr. Springer s ' points below yesterday,
friends from Sprinyfidd reach here to- 1 The local 'market, was exceedingly
night to enter upon the work of securing q ljSL a l.l? 7 .
Hay No 1 . Timothy per ton $18
Bran per lOOIbs $1.15
Oats Feed 45 to 50
Oats Rust Proof 60
B' St Texas Rust Proof 65
Meal 78 to 86c
Bagging 2il> Full Weight 7c
“ 2^1b “ « 7*
Ties $1.40 to $1.45
N.w Grain Elevator.
GALVESTON, Tex., Nov. 25.— James
Stewart &Co., of St. Louis, contractors
for the construction of the 1,009,000-
- , j bnshel grain elevator for the Galveston
. n , . . . , _ . 1 he wcoK nas shown an udvAnpo won wiinrf pjimnsnv arri va*l Iiato and im-
^®, S . pe ^ e ” h ' P fo *; him - In th « Party and lost, the highest prices bolding on ■ mediately commenced operations for the
will be the State Treasurer and many ; Wednesday declining steadily to today, elevator which will cost $200 000 and
prominent officials. Mr. Springer Liverpool quotes January-February .. ..
will be in the flight until the end delivery today at three sixty fourths be
“ ln Untu tae . l end * i low last Saturday and New York, Jan
With Mr. Hatch will cornea special car . uary at n j ne points decline. Spot cot-
filled with his personal friends, inclad- • ton is practically unchanged, although
iug Gov. Francis and the members of ‘ Liverpool today is 1-16 above last
■ week; the market, however, is dull
j while last Saturday it was steady with
i large sales. The stock at the ports has
DeLeon, Texas, July *3, 1891. increased 7,000 bales in the six days.
the State Central Committee.
IIIWAN Bxos , Savannah, HA.
a Lents—I’ve used nearly four bottles of P. P.
. 1 was afflicted from the crown of my h ad
’•o the sulo of tny feet Your P. P. P., has
cured dlffl' ulty of breathing and smothering,
palpitatiuu of the heart and relieved me of a l
unin; one uostriel was . lose;! for ten years, now
1 can breathe 'hrough it readily.
1 have not slept ou either sids tor two years,
In (act, dreaded to see night c->me, now 1 sleep
soundly in any position all nigh'.
I am 69 years old, but expect soon to be able
to take bold ol the i low handles; Keel proud I
was lueky enough to get P.P.P., and I heart.ly
recommend it to my tiiendsand (he pubuc gen
erally. Yours reepectfuliy,
A M. RAMSEY.
The State of Texas, 1
Coun jot auuiaucbe. f
Before the undersigned authority on this uay,
personally appeared , M. R many, who af er
uulnit duly sw^ru, says on oath that the fore
going statement made by hliu relative to the
virtue of P. P. P.medictne i* true.
a. M. R vtlSBY,
Sworn to and subscribed before me ibis,
August 4th, 18*1.
J. M. LAMBERT, N. P.,
Comanche Co., iexas.
Good middling 7 9 16
Strict middling 7 7-16
Middling 7 5-16
Strict low middling 7 3 16
Low middling 7 7 16
Tinges 7 7 4
Stains 6 6-4
R ceipts, 456 bales.; sales, 364
Receipts to date. 33,165 stock, 8,847
NEW YORK MARKET.
Middling, 81-8. Tone, easy.
Futures, opening tone, weak,
closing tone, weak
wilt be the largest south of St. Louis.
a nc PAIN
i iPf>MAh r 8 :: . r,: 5'0 R lit C' ^iPROPc? S AVANN AH GA
EXE' U 1 ER’S SALE.
Every one should use P. P.T.: nearly
every one needs a good medicine to
purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood.
Poke Root and Potassium is the greatest
blood purifier of the age. It cures all
Blood and Skin Diseases, Primary, Sec
ondary, And Tertiary Syphilis where
all other remedies fail. P. P. P r
and Potassium will cure Syphilis,
Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilitic Rheu
matism, Malaria,01d Sores,Blood Poison
and Dyspepsia. If your head aches and
you are out of spirits take P. P. P.,
Prickly Ash, Poke Root, aud
For a Tired Feeling, Impure Blood, Dis
and Weakness all
ferrrd stock aud has in trust for tb
the 25,001 shares (constituting a m-v-
j of Richmond and Danville stock,
was uoketl what action he and his Co-
trustees would take in behalf of holders
in case the dividend was passed.
IF THKY PASS THE DIVIDEND,
t resident Olcott’s strategic reply was
to the>effect that he had not perused
the <leea of trust in a long time and
w as so lamentably rustv as to its pro-
visious that be would be forced to
Siudy it carefully and consult with bis
A PHILOSOPHER’S OP NION
Voltaire said to a b- sni iiul young
lady with whom he was riii ing. “Your
rivals are the perfection of «■»; you are
the perfection of nature ” Thi- c<*uld
not have been said if the young lady
was suffering from disease, and pam
bad left'its signs on the features. Wo
men who want to keep b autiful, and
be the “perfection of mture,” s ould
use “Favorite Prescription” to assist
Nature when needed, to comet irreg-
em ularities, aid circulation and digestion,
and thereby clear up the skin, render
ing it soft and beautiful. Dr. Pierce -
Favorite Prescription is the only medi
cine for woman’s peculiar ills, sold
through druggists, and guaranteed
to give satisfaction in every caao, -
money refuted. MBS
A BAD RUNAWAY.
Mr. Z. W-
Betts ia oadly Injured In
associates, Alfred Bully and J. B. Pace, _ morDjne -g, w b 1 v in
1 - ■ determining upon a course of Friday morning air. a,.
action. * ' over into Oconee county on c n nj
»»ail street naturally was alive with. tourf and after a' day’s work, «;>s rt
Ktclunond Terminal rumors, j es’erday,
one of fhem being to the effect that par
ties representing $5,000,000 of the ci m-
paev’s bonds wer^ negotiating with
the Fiist National Bar.k to acci ptprox
i s and tase an active interest in the
In the absence ol both president at d
vi e president, ihe cashier of the First
Tvaiiounl H’-nk *!-b..ic>i u*e that the re
port was f -ui;f?»tion!e*s “Our people
here” suit he, “have ro b-en, ap
proached by ’lerminal bondholders, as
rumored, aud under no circumstances
would make any deni with them. ^ -1 “
story is made out of whole cloth.’
Interest in to-day’s meeting is llt '
cidedly keen and spicy development*
are generally regarded e- ul least ;osbi-
turniugby the way of Osceola
When uear that p ace, hi- bor b<
came frightened and ran away L’b
buggy was overturned amt Mr Bet
thrown violently to the ground Hi
shoulder was dislocated, he was*ev. rel
bruised in the face. He vu oth
The Youth’s Companion mrke« si
\utumn gift of the heatife! p i-ting,
entitled, “A Yard of Roses” to each o’
its five hundred thousand sabsenbers
Any others who may subscribe now foT
1 the first time, and request it, will re
ceive “The Yard of Roses” wnhont ex
tra charge while the edition
If yon aie
biiioua take Beecham £
Everv familv should take this brigh
es* and*best of illustrated literary pa
pers in addition to its local paper.
HAVE THEY .DONE IT?
Some Good Advice Which May be
Some Have Taken.
Speaking of Thanksgiving Diy and
the season generally the American-
Times Recorder says.
The Athens Banner heaves in some
good advice to be used as a relish with
the Thanksgiving dinner. It says: “It
is the season of rendering thanks. And
along with it comes the season of debt
paying. It is not easy to render thanks
at a season such as this until your debts
are paid. Have you paid up for the
year? If not try by all means to pay
the printer. The newspaper has greet
ed yon each morning of the year with
some good news,making it visi’s as reg
ular as does the rising sun. Surely you
will pay the newspaper what you owe
7.76 7 70-2
Jan. 7 93 7 89
Feb. 810 8 5-6
Mar. 8 24 8.19-20
Apr 8 38 8 33 4
May. 8 49 8.44 5
Juno 8.58 8 55-6
July 8.69 8 65-8
Aug. 8.73 8 70 1
Middling uplands. 4)£
Tone, dull and easier
Sales 6,000. American receipts
Futures, opening tone weak,
closing tone steady.
Nov. Dec. 4.22
Dec. Jan. 4 23-2
Jan. Feb. 4 26-5 4.24-5
Feb. Mar. 4.30-28 4 27 8
Mar. Apr. 4 33 4 4 30-1
Apr. May 4 35-7 4 33-4
May June 4.39-7 4 37
June July 4.42-40 4 40
July Aug. 4.43
Receipts a*, all U. S. ports
Nov. 28. 1891 ’•890 1889
the West. Mr. MoMillin is also at
be Metropolitan. He denies emphati
cally that he intends to withdraw from
he contest. It is believed that Mr. Mc-
Millin will have about thirty votes on
the first ballot. He is the second
choice of & large number of Members.
The vicinity of Mr. Springer’s head
quarters in the National Hotel is pla
carded with signs announcing bis
candidacy. The logic of Mr. Springer’s
candidacy, as presented by his friends,
the enlargement of the Democratic
Presidential possibilities in the next
election. Even if the Democrats carry
the State of New York, New Jersey,
Connecticutt, Indiana, and secure three
electoral votes in Michigan,
they will have only one more than a
najority. It is claimed in behalf of Mr*
Springer that if the Speakership is
given him it will do a great deaiJoward
nsnnng the twenty-four votes of HU-
tois for the Democratic column. Mr
Springer starts in with bis thirteen col-
eagues from bis own State, a majority
f Wisconsin, Iowa, and Michigan dele
gations, and «ome strength in the cen
ral Slates. He has two votos in Ohio*
Messrs. Houk and Warwick. It is said
fiat only four other Ohioans are com-
uitted, Messrs. Owens and Outhwaite
It i* reported that five of the India) a
Congressmen besides Mr. Bynum, alt
«vbo have thus lar arrived in this city >
h »ve declared io newspaper interviews
or Mr. Miiis. The T x*n candidate
iow credited with four out of the tec
representatives from Kentucky, and of
ne other six, four are said to be for
*lr. Crisp, and two, including Mr
loodnight. are for Mr. McMillio.
The action of the New England Con
gressmen is awaited with interest. As
hey have decided to vote as a unit
heir position is of some consequence
They will bold their final meeting
,his city next week, and will then de
cide upon the candidate whom they
A TEN DOLLAR GOLD PIECE FOR
Sometime ago, a gentleman bet that
if he stood at the corner of Broadway
and Fourteeth street, New York, and
offered gold eagles to the passers by for
cent each, he would find no purchas
ers. The experiment was tried, and it
turned out just as he said. No one
would believe that the coins were genu
ine. It seemed too gh&d to be true. An
equally remarkable offer is that made by
the proprietors of Dr. Pierce’s Golden
Medical Ditoovery, the sovereign cure
for consumption. Think of it 1 restora
tion to life and health for a mere song
There is not a case of lung-scrofula—it
other words. Consumption—that will
uot yield to it, if it is taken in time. It
is the greatest blood-purifier ever known
and iB guaranteed to benefi tor cure in all
diseases of the throat or lungs, or money
refunded. Only extraordinary cura
tive properties could warrant or sus
tain its makers in selling it thus, on
THE ELECTION WEDNESDAY.
Managers Appointed by the Council
The Council met yt sterday afternoon
at four o’clock.
The main reason for the called meet
ing was the selection of managers for
the election for city officers to be held
in this citv nsxt Wednesday
The fo'lowin ■ citizens were appoint
ed manager* ’or the dlfl‘*vnt ward
with tb ' jtIi whig or-o'n > at tin
same piaoe.' ; a ou last Weim adiy:
1st. ward.—.Joseph Eiaeri<>k, Sr.. A
H. M Bennett, and Peter Culp.
2nd. ward.—Davit Hemerick, J. E
Bradberry, and A. M. Scnddcr.
3rd. war*'.—J G. Evans, Calvin W
Par, and H. Brusse
4th ward — J. C. Orr.M. AI. Maddrey,
and T. P. 01>ver.
It is urged by all that a full vote be
polled fo' t be democratic nominees next
Thousands ot lives are saved annual
ly by the use of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral
In the treatment of cronp and whoop
ing cough, the Pectoral has a most
marvelous effect. It allays infl-tmation
frees the obstructed air passage, and
controls the desire to cough.
at the Co. rt bouse door of said caunty the fol- x» d..,
lowing proper.y to wit. The tie., it. Johnson yieldreadily to P. P.P. For Sleepless-
oid home place on the Athens and Jefferson ne83, Exhaustion and Malaria use P.P.P.
road three lies from Athens in
cald State a- d county, and containing
One hun i^edat)' 1 seven: T three and a f ret Ion
(■•a lmacre-. -a‘d tract nil' "ecot i • o .me
lots and ..ill >e fully e pUnicd ; nd -down uy
man Old;? of s t‘e. It being the ».la e whereon
Allen B. John-on lestdeo st the time -of his _ ,
death- ant. bounded ov is ds or M. b. McGint , Catarrh and a Shattered Constitution,
M '• H c ersoo. JactBO'.ifiui \ ncent, t els e both male and female, nothing better
i W. A. < tie'end, end o» •*. * >)Old as toe pmp- -p p p °
, ei-ty of said Aren J' -io.msoo, deceased, to,- t,.e wain r. r. xr.
benefit of the erectors of smi deceased 1 eras
cash. This No< eu'her Stli ‘S»K
■itGEMIAU JOHNSON, Vxecutor.
fNEORGIA CLARKE COUNTY —'Theapprats-
VT ers,appointed by me to appraLe and set . .. , . , * „ -
apart, out of the e tate of John u< ol - by, late ladies whose systems are poisoned and.
ot said co nty, deceased, a twelve months sup- whose blood is in an impure condition,
port for the widow and ^ror Child of Sa^drfe- due to Menstrual Irregularities, are
ocaSed. nave made their resort which is now on ; . _ „ it
hie. and i will pasa upon same at to > .’clock a. peculiarly benefited by the wonderful
m. *t uny office on the nr.t dnv ot December,, tonic and blood-cleaii8Uig properties of
at all U. S.
Total receipts for 1 days:
Total port receipts to Nov. 6.
2,488,079 2,401 833
Brocks st nil U.S ports 1891 1,218,1
Groceries and I Provisions.
Moure. J S. King & Co. report
Sugar—Standard Granulated Bbl
A Farmers' Institute for the 8th Congres
sional District, will be held
On Saturday, Dec. 12th,
at 10 o’clock, A. 11..
In the University Chapel, Athens.
All farmers, especially of the 8th District, and
all interested in scientific and economio agri
culture, are cordially invited to attend.
The Institute will be conduct
ed by the Officers of the
College of Agriculture,
. under the auspices of the local Farmers’ Alii
5 . ance and the Farmer’s Club of Clarks Co.
will be made by officers of the College, the
alliance and the Club, by Horn James M
Smith, of Oslethorne, Hon. J. R Bobbins, of
aotbera interested in progressive
$5.25 to $5.65 mi
*6.00 to $6.50 1 A«icufture
ia will be interesting
12X to 13c I able sod all farmers are cordially invited and
GX to 7c I nrged to attend.
< 4 9c * ’H. C. WHITE,
nfe. ’ President College of Agriculture.
gg c j Deo. 1—wStdsunlt
sli diseases of
, t, and
.test cure known for
ZJPPUAN BROS., Proprietors,
SAVANNAH, .... GEORGIA.
G eorgia,clabke county, obdinabs’s
Office, November sotti, 1891—James B.
Spinks has applied for letters of administration
on the estate of Sarah a, G Spinks, deceased.
This is therefore to notify ail concerned, to file
their objections, If any they have, on or before
the first Mondsy la January next, else letters
will then he granted said applicant as applied
for. 8.61. Hebbinoton,
Dec. l-wfft. Ordinary.
OEOBG1A, CLARKE COUNTY, COURT OF
'a Ordinary Chambers, November 13th,
1891—The appraisers appointed upon applica
tion of Annie Shaw, coi’d, widow of Henry
Shaw, cot’d for a twelve months support for
herself and minor children, having filed their
return, all persons concernened, are hereby
cited to show canse, If any they can, at the
next January term of this court why said ap
plication should not be granted.
8. U. Herbixgtos,
Deo. l-w6t. Ordinary.
/GEORGIA, CLARKE COUNTY, Ordinary’s
vT office, November 30th, 1891.—B. H,
Noble, Administrator of T. H. Dearing, de
ceased, has appled for leave to sell the land of
said deceased Tbl* is therefore to notify all
concerned, to file their objections, if any they
have, on or before the first Monday in Jannajnr
next, else leave will then he granted said appli
cant as applied for. 8. UT. Herrington,
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