J. E. How I LL,
li.oo per i!fxvn.
L'ESDAY, FEBRUARY 7.
Taut colli wave th:*l :l <■ t
clerk bus bc-n telegraphing over;
the country about for tlie past ten j
days failed to materialize until
Friduy night. It was possibly
wrecked upon the North Georgia
Mountains, or else it was running
a terrible slow coach.
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An eye enn threaten like alond-
Impressions Formed by Travel over
Phe trnvel to Florida is good
The question now is, who wns
Lie original Cleveland man in
Congress 1ms not done anything
L and don’t seem to bo disposed
do much. ••.
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| The Oat crop survived the cold
want her and now bids fair to bean
After considerable delay I avail
myself of the privilege extended
by you to pen my impressions of
ed and level pistol, enn insult lik c jmy northen tour for your columns,
hissing or kicking; nr in its I ®®y last was from Saratoga.
... , . „ From this place I started on the
altered mood, ean, by beams of 1 . . .
. ; | long return trip entirely across
kindness, make the heart ‘l nnco j t| IC P t a tes of New York, Fensyl-
with joy. Some eyes have no vnnia, Ohio, Kentucky, and Ten-
more expresion than blueberries. nessee. Everything was covered
while others nre as deep as a well
which you can fall into.
HTTHDBELS OF HEGEOES
Are Leaving Southwest Georgia for
Oklahoma—Some Alarm Felt.
Gov. Northen will attend thein-
Thc emigration fever has again
. , . i becomo epidemic among the ne-
angural ceremonies at nsl.ington j grf)es (lf £ oolyi sdllc . v and Macon
an i; V! guest.
[The oTieo seekers nre getting
l ijre numerous ns Cleveland’s in-
fguration draws nigh.
A company of 500 or 1000 Ohio
prospectors nre expected to visit
Wilcox county this month.
Sorj'cjpcoplc think that eveiy
ley w histie somebody ought
fTay dog for them.
A northern newspaper reporter
has recently married a millionaire’s
daughter. Take courage boys.
That late freeze extended
through Florida but wns so light
that not much damage was done.
Benny Harrison lifts one redeem
ing trait. Last week he appoint
ed .Judge Howell K, Jackson of
Tennessee, a stntes-rights, dyed-in-
the-wool democrat to succeed Jus
Some people have been praying
for an exodus of the negroes ever
since the war. Now that they are
realizing what this means in some
sections they are kicking ugainst
The proprietors of our esteemed
contemporary, the Cordclean are
offering a free ticket on their spe
cial train to the World’s Fair for
four hundred subscribers to their
paper. Wonder who they think
wants to walk to Chicago.
Editor Allen of the Tifton Ga
zette says that lie nas been run
ning a newspaper for twenty years
but often finds people who neve.'
visited a printing office who know
more about how to run the paper
than he does.
counties, and hundreds are leaving
this section of the state every week
or two for the Indian Territory.
The contagion is spreading,
rather than diminishing, and not
a few of tile negroes living along
the northern edge of this county
have also made up their minds to
leave the old red hills of Georgia
for the far west.
A gentleman living in Macon
county was in Americus yesterday,
and to a reporter declared that
the situation in his neighborhood
was alarming. The negroes are
leaving the plantations in droves
with snow and a good view of the
land could not be had. Western
New York would be a revelation
to the farmers of south Georgia.
There the mountains and hills
constitute the country and farm
ing is curried on up these steep
mountain sides to the very sum
mit. Lands so steep that a man
cannot walk up it is terraced and ! great extent.
•n b :
yt*l ;i is* tri11:
plowed in circles uround the hills
and made to yield good crops ev
ery yeur. Much of the land is
covered witii a dense turf of grass
and here the finest horses known
to the world ure raised. Apple or
chards also abound here and the
trees live to a great age. The
bark resembles that of the scaly
bark hickory in Georgia.
The diiferenee in the situation
chosen for building their dwellings
from the rule in the south is very
noticable. You see no dwellings
on the hills. Everybody builds
on the low lands, on the banks of
the streams and in the coves be
tween the mountains, to be shel
tered from the cold blasts of win
its well be to III. Southern roads
might vastly improve on their
treatment of passengers, by re
quiring their employes to be po
lite and attentive to the wants ot
Should I travel again over the
C’incinnatti Southern road J
should prefer to go in the summer
time as they run the ioldest cars
I ever Bi.w.
Politically, the north will al
ways remain an uncertain factor.
In my judgement the majority of
the inhabitants of . these States
are neither republicans nor dem
ocrats. They belong to no party,
so far us principles are concerned.
They are voted like a machine.
There are democratic and republi
can leaders and it is a fight with
them us to which can control 1 lie
most of the purchasable popula
tion. New York State is now con
trolled by the Irish. Ohio is gov
erned by their prejudices to a very
The popular thing
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r PROMPT ATTENTION,
We< nke pleasure i|i calling the attention of those desiring teams to
our outfit. Our horses are every one good drivers, our buggies, sin
gle and d.uble, are comfortable; our bucks aiul carriages usjneat and
We a,c delighted to serve you because we know you will be pie;
(if good ttims at moderate prices will do it.)
We car*for your horse, if left with us, the same ns if it were our o'
Let u' serve you.
BAH LOW & BARLOW,
Liverymen, UNADILLA GA,
to do here is to curse the south and
worship a few old relies of the war
such as Sherman.
I find that my letter will be too
6a., Southern and
Florida R. R.
Will be sold or the 1st Tuesday] in
March 189!!, at tlv court house in Vi
enna, between th* legal hours-of sale,
to the highest bidier for cash, the tlol- _ . _ _
lowing proper y to-wit: One Mosler 1 SUWANEE ftll/Etj l}0UTE JO FLOBIDtJ.
Bah maun & Co.. ii»u safe, one pair Of )
platform scales, foty heaters with pip
ing. eight burnish j>g machines, one
, . , „ ;■< . i It looks strange to see the fond-
and labor, in consequence, will be l , . s , ,
* ness of these people for the
■ „ j i and the great many
L p to this time between five and i.. *. - . . ..
. / , , , they put it. Every farmer has his
six hundred have taken their de- .
parture for the new Eldorado, and
another crowd of three hundred or
more is arranging to leave one day-
The farmers, he says, are consid
erably disturbed about the whole
sale departure of their tenants,
hut powerless to stem the tide that 1* - , ,
, ‘ . ,,,, _ . i great mitnv farm house
basset in. If the negroes continue ”
to leave, as they are now doing,!
many plantations will lay out this]
year and the acreage of corn and !
cotton, therefore, will be largely re- j
EtForts have been mnde to appro-1
bend the agent or agents who arc I
beguiling the negroes from their
comfortable homes, hut all have so
far proved futile. It is thought]
that the work is done secretly by
long but I must sav something of I * ,eel grinder, two lyel trimmers, one
• • , ... pegging machine. t,ree rolling no-
Georgians compared with other | oue macliii., tc le cutter, one
baud sole cutter, out skiver machine,
six lasting machines one stamp ma
chine, two eyelet intchiues, twenty
two pulleys with shat jug, nine sewing
machines, five lnind ret pairs more or
lies of samples of ladietand gents shoes,
five hundred shoe lasts more or less,
• lie hundred sets shoe dies, more or
states. It looks to me that any
man, after contrasting South-west
Georgia, with her genial climate,
her smooth, fertile soil, her balmy
sunshine, her limpid streams, her
wells of pure water and her
thousands of other peculiar ad- , , ,
, ‘ i less, one hundred sets >t shoe patterns,
vantages, must confess that if the ulttreor less, one watercooler, one box
people could only realize it and of tools, seven shoe rack«. one desk and
would put forth the proper energy stools and one lot of nady cut shoe
and utilize the resources at hand, bo1ob ' Smd property levied o as the
The Jury ( ommissioners of the
different counties of the state will
meet to-day or within thirty days
to revise the Jury Box of their
counties to conform to the new
jury law, placing the names of the
grand jurors in the traverse jury
There is considerable talk of
the annexation of Hawaii (we dont
know whether it is pronounced
1 lu-wa, Ila-wc or Ha-we-i) to these
.United States. Before they do an-
nex it we want them to* settle on
some pronunciation for the name
of that country.
A negro brutally outraged and
murdered a little four year old
girl in Texns last week. He was
caught and confessed the crime.
.A large fire was built and his body
Scared all over with hot irons, and
his eyes burned out. He was then
tied to a stake and burned. The
accounts given of the atFair were
horrible in the extreme.
... i.i .a i , j iie»« ui uitiftc people for tile tee
anything but plentiful this venr. ... . 1 1 . ,
• - - 1 - i and the great many uses to which
put it. Every farmer lias his
ice house well filled during the
summer. They go out on the
lakes and streams, some with ma
chines for the purpose and others
with a common cross cut saw and
cut out blocks weighing from 100
to 200 pounds each, haul them up
and store away for summer. At a
ice piled up the same as we pile
fire wood in the yard mid was told
that it lies there sometimes more
than a month before being housed.
It will not melt ’till spring, even
in the open air.
Such managing as is done in
Georgia would perish a man to
death here. Every device known
to science is here made to play its
part in supplying the wants of
smart negroes living in the county, ] man. Every village is a multi-
' plicity of manufacturing indus
tries. Machinery is everywhere.
The smoke-stacks tower above ev
ery town in almost countless num
bers. When you enter a freight
bouse on any railroad here you
find it packed with the products
of their factories awaiting ship
ment to all parts of the world.
Asa sample of how men get
rich here I met one of the richest
men in vine of these New York
towns and from his neighbors I
got his history. Fifteen years ago
lie landed herewith his wife—and
not a dollar in the world. His
chureil loaned him a few dollars to
start with. He and his wife be
gan making a certain kind of Pills
by hand and selling them by the
box at 15 cents. After awhile he
got able to put them up by the
pound. Now lie owns a factory
employing over two hundred hands,
sells Pills by the barrel and is
worth a half million dollars.
Every living thing with warm
blood, here, requires the aid of ar
tificial heat for at least eight
months in the year. This heat
ing of their buildings alone costs
more than bread costs the people
of the south.
If I were doomed to live in this
this would be acknowledged the
best, the fairest land, all things
considered, known to the sons of
j Six of the most prominent
j figures of our time—Butler, Hayes,
i Kcnnn, Brooks, Lamar and Blaine
have died during the past
Schedule in Effec*
itemltlown, Oct., lttlli
, A. M.
K :io 7 •» “
8 35 0 00 “
0 28 1* 53 “
10 58 1)58 “
A. M. I*. M.
,2 IS 12 41 ‘
2 10 “
1 85 •*
130 4 50 At*
who are woi king under instruction
given them from beyond tlie bord
ers of tlio state. Could these
agents be spotted they would be
given the extreme limit of the
The emigrants en.bark for their
new home in the west at Barron's
Lane, a flag station between Ander-
sonville and Oglethorpe. They
gather there by hundreds from the
surrounding counties, and tho
scenes witnessed when a train is
about to leave are well nigh indes-
eribnble. They pray, shout, laugh
and cry, and one would think from
their wild antics that they expected
to land in Heaven rather than Ok
In the last p..rty to leave were
ten families from one plantation
alone. Many who have reached
‘•the promised land,” am writing
pitiful letters for money with
which to pay their way home again,
but this seems to have no effect
whatever upon those preparing to
The farmers will continue their
efforts to stop such wholesale emi
gration as they am well awam that
the poor ignorant negroes are being
deceived by the scheming agents,
anil that a home in the Indian Ter-j
ritory means nothing but misery I c * n, T clime I should prefer Sar;*-
and sulfering for the deluded I )°85 a or Binghaniplon. 1 liese
darkies. The matter is indeed a | please nie better than any places
serious one, and should be fully ' * n ^ ew York State.
investigated by the authorliee.
It Always Pays.
From the amount ot deviltry
which has occurred
.. and Marshall counties, Ky., the
[ V*ircuit jjudge will have to hold
| Pennsylvania certainly leads all
j other states in electric, railways,
| dummies and narrow guage roads,
[Numerous little roads lead out
I from all important lines. You see
1 little engines that look like a
| stout man might lift from the
A certain gentleman recently j track, drawing a train of little
said to a reporter: “I never took ; ears winding around the hills in
a paper that did not pay mo, in'.every direction, bringing the pro-
soine way, more than I paid for it.'ducts of the mines and factories
One time an old friend of mine to the great through lines.
Pittsburgh well deserves the ti
tle it bears, the.“Smoky City.”
The buildings arcsmoknl as black
Ohio is indeed a great state.
started a little paper a way down
in Southwestern Georgia and sent
it to me, and 1 subscribed just
to encourage him, and after a
while it published a notice that
an ndministi ator had an order I The finest agricultural lands,
McCraken to sell several lots at public outcry, mostly level, in the world, with
K»- thn an< ) one )°* s " 1,s ’ n *h e j many evidences of prosperity all
county. So I inquired about the over" the country. The farmers,
lot and wrote to my friend to run j a great many of them, live in sub-
It up to $50. He did so and bid j stantial brick houses. A farm
me olf the lot at 432. nnd I sold ; house with its surroundings looks
ourt for thirteen months in every
ar to keep up with the docket.
Indeed if business continues to * n 11 1° R lnHn f° r $100,Hike h village
>00111 as it has been doing, they
IUI need two circuit judges instead
Southern Dental Journa;
shed at Atlanta, Ga., is again
■ exchange list with Dr. II.
inson of Macon as editor,
year Dr. Johnson has been
attention exclusively to his
^practice, but again assumes
I of this Journal. His many
1 throughout the south n'nd
ftly in this immediate scc-
bere he began his public ca-
I'ill watch with interest his
Nancy Philips, of north
>a,\nearly eighty-two years
put in the loom nnd wove
1 yards of cloth from the 13th
,20th of Juftaary, which
and so I made $(»S clear by taking laid not impress me very favorably
that little paper. My father told j it has elegant buildings, mugniti-
me that when he was a young man I cent streets and immense wealth,
he saw a notice in a paper that a , j t j g true, but there is one thing
school teacher was wanted away they haven't got which I prize
otf in a distant county, and he] M bove all these and that is self re-
went there and got the situation, 1 spec t. (I speak of the white race.)
and a little girl was sent to him ' Here in their great union depot 1
and after a while she grew up] saw all races, colors and condi-
sweet and pretty nnd he married ! t i„ ns sit down to the table toget
her. Now, if he hadn’t token that er. The whites seemingly trying
paper, what do you reckon would j t () get themselves as low down as
have become of me? Wouldn’t I ] the lowest ' *
Where the Jury System Failed.
Tile British government lias
just withdrawn the right of sit
ting on juries from its subjects in
After trying the system thirty
years tn that country, it is pro
nounced a failure. No Hindoo
enn be convicted of a serious
olTcnse. It is said to be impossi
ble to get twelve honest Hindoos
in the jury box.
The fact is, jury trials suit the
AngbifSaxon race and no other.
A trial in Hnyti would be a
That the British should have
made a trial of the system in
India is passing strange when the
fact is considered that tile natives
are at heart hostile to tiie whites,
and determined to stand by each
other against the common
Under the rule of Warren
Hastings the Hindoos showed
that they’ regarded perjury and
forgery as ligitimaie aids in a
lawsuit. They have not changed
much since then, and it was pure
folly for their white conquerors to
risk their interest before native
juries. Even in England and this
country we find it hard to keep
juries up to the proper standard.
GEORGIA, Dooiy County:
To whom it may concern.
Will be sold at and before the court
bouse door in and for said county 011
the first Tuesday in March 1893 be
tween tl.e legal bourn of Sheriffs sale,
the following described property to-
wit: That town lot in the tow u of
Snow Dooly county Ga., situated on
First Street, on the East side thereof,
bounded on the North anil South by
lauds of C. T. Simmons, ou the East
by lands of R. L. Barfield, On the
West by the Methodist parsonage lot,
and by lauds of W. W, Senteil, con
taining two acres more or less, Said
lands sold under and by virtue of an
order granted this day by and from the
Ordinary's Court of said county, as
the property of my wards, William P.
George T. Luey B. Grover C. ami Eliza
beth Harvard, minors: for the pur(>ose
of their support, maintanance and ed
ucation. 'IhisFeh., Cth 1893.
V\ . S Hakvakd,
Administrators Sale of Land.
By virtue of an order of the Court of
Ordinary of Dooly county passed at the
Februar term 1893 of said court will
be sold be.'ore the court house door in
said county between the legal hours of
sale 011 the first Tuesday in March 1893
the following property*to-wit: Fifteen
(15) acres more or less of the North
East corner of the South half of lot
land number one hundred and eight
(108) iu the Sixth (l») District of said
county. Said lands sold as the prop
erty of Mitchell Altman late of Do >ly
couuty deceased and for the purpose o*f
paying th** debts and for distribution
among the heirs of said deceased.
Terms cash. This Feb. 6th 189’.
Edward H. Thombley,
Administrator estate Mitchell Altman.
Ifotise t> Dsbtars anl Creditors-
To all whom it may concern:
property of the Cordele tihoe Factory,
by virtue of and to satis) p three Supe
rior Court 11-las issued f.-oin the Sep
tember Term 1892 of Do<vy Superior
Court, oue in favor of Edwards & Cot
tle v. s. Cordele Shoe Factory, oue in
favor of Central Ga.. Laud and Lum
ber Company v. s Cordele Mine Facto
ry. Athens Tannery, Endorser and
John W- Bumbry Secretary and Treas
urer, and oue iu favor of William L.
Mullikiu v. s. Cordele Shoe Factory.
All of above said property sit oted, ly
ing and being iu the town of Cordele
said county and State and includes all
all tlic machinery etc., used iu operat
ing said Cordele S.ioe Factory. Prop
erty pointed Out by plaintiff s attorneys
Tins Feb., Ctli 1983.
Also at t lie fame time and place will
be sold the following property to-wit:
one bouse and lot iu the city of Cor
dele, Ga.. known ant. distinguished by
the map and survey >f said town as
lot number fourteen (14) in block forty-
si i (46.] Saiil property levied upon as
the property ol J. T. Cobb, by virtue
of and to satisfy one Justice Court fi-
fa issued from the Justice Court held
in and for the 1451st dist. G. M. iu favor
of A. R. LYwiu v. s. J. T. C‘»bb.
Property printed out by plaintiff iu
ii-fa. This Feb. 6th 1893.
Also at the same time and place will
be so til the following property to wit:
LiOts of land numbers six, seven, eight,
nine, aud feu, ou block number forty
six as kuowu and distinguished by
tlieinapavd survey of the town of
Cordeie. Ga., ail ol saiil lots situated,
lying aud being iu said town and levied
upon as the property of G. E. Smith
by virtue of and to satisfy one Superi
or Court fi fa issued from the Scp.em-
lirr Term 1892 of Dooly Superior Couit
in favor of The Mutual Building and
Loan Association of Cordele, <_ a.. v. s.
G. E. Smith. Proper'}' pointed out
hv plaintiff in fi fa.
Ibis Feb. 0th 1^93.
G. W- SHEPPARD.
Sheriff L- C.
For the month of February we will offer
'A‘i duous bargains in every department.
8 31 7 40
•>! Our Spring Goods will arrive in a
,1U of weeks and in order to make the t
I'll) 1*125 | * . r >>
‘P-iij^a novelty in the way ot newness a
:^Mdet the balance of our fall and winter
’ *■)£, go at “way-down” prices.
LET'S TAKE DRESS G
S\\ort IA\\e \o \V ovUVs Vvur
Siceping Car on Night Trains
tween Macon and Palatka.
Double Daily Pullman Sleeping Oi
Service Between Jacksonville. Fla.
Nashville and St. Louis,
Connects in Union Depot at Macon]
with M. & N.. Ga.. B. K. C. tf R. and j
Southwestern R. R , north and south:]
and in Union Depot at Lake City and
Palatka with all trains from Points in
Llorida. east, west and south.
H. BURNS, A. C. KNAPP,
Trav. Pass. Agt., Tiaitie Man gr.
Macon, Ga Macon, Ga.
In this department you can buy at
j the cheapest to the best at from 25 tc^
Schedule in Effect Od.. lfind 1SS2;
Read Down. Read Up.
M. Le vo Mu mil
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OHDIN AKY'S BU SIN ESS.
To all whom it May Concern:
D. I*. F. Peacock. Administrator of
the estate >f J. E. Peacock, deceased,
has applied for leave to sell all the real
e*t:itc belonging to said deceased and I
will pass upon said application ou the
1st Monday in March next. This Feb..
J. D. Hargrove.
Ordinary Dooly Co.
To all whom it may concern.
G. II. Tommy has applied to the un
dersigned for permanent letters of Ad
ministration on tiie estate of Mrs. Ada
Toinmey deceased. 8aid application
will be heard at my office on the 1st
Monday iu March next. This Feb.,
J. D. Hargrove.
O D. C.
To all whom it may concern.
Whereas the appraisers appointed to
set apart and assign a years snp|H>rt
anil furniture out of the estate of Jno.
II, and Mary Walden late of said coun
ty deceased, for their minor children
Maud. Willie and John M. Walden
have filed their report in terms of law.
t will pass upon said repot ton the 1st
Mondav iu March i ext. This February
J. D. Haiiokoye
Ordinary, D, C Ga
GEORGIA —Dooly County.
Whereas, the appraisers appointed
to set apart and as-ign a years supjioi t
for Mrs. S S Trul uck. widow of Jno.
Truluck. late of s:iid county deceased,
out of the estate of said deceased, have
IIled their report iu olliee as required
by law. I will p..ss upon saiil rej»ort
on Tuesday Feh v., ^lst next. This
Jan., 20th 1'9J.
J. D. IIaicgrove,
Ordinary Dooly County.
G EO RGI A—Dooly County :
Whereas, the appraisers appointed to
\ 2 0) 1*. M. - liar
3*i r. m. Ar tin
2 3:) A. >l„ “ '
2 5> • Mu
3 20i\ M. Ar Ij
Vonnect wi.ii All
Trav. Pass A\
ilb‘ •• IS 80 ••
ii «V Wes * Coin i..’ K.
A. C. KNAPP,
Trade M gr
33 1-3 cents per yard.
A new lot of that
arrived, will go at tl
9 1 -2 cts. This goq
made for boys sch(i
jticular bargain but ij
anything in thisjitH
(you need shj
| to suit any
^ Applicition for Charter.
GEOf GI V— Dooly County.
'Mi all whom it may Concern:
All parties indebted to the estate I and assign a twelve mouths
Julius E. Peacock deceased are hereby I su l , P ,,r L ° ut of th e estate of W. A.
required to make immediate settle*- 1 Ja u' k scu, lute of said county deceased,
meut. Parties having claims against f or Ins widow Mrs. Mollie Jackson aud vgiven by the Ge^.erc
the sitme ere notified to present their
claims according to law.
This Feb. 6th 1893.
D. L. F. Peacock.
To whom it may concern:
. Whereas, the appraisers appointed
If anybody was to be j to set apart and assign a years support
nave been some other fellow, or j benefit ted by this degradation of and furniture to Mrs. Margarett E.
may be not at all. j the white race, then I could possi Borne, widow of Samuel F. Horne
| bly tolerate it, but being fully per-
, suaJcd that such tilings tend to
Local Optioa Questions-
•demoralize all parties, I am wil-
1 'ing for Ohio to do my part of the
At the last session of the legis- I mixing,
luturethe local option law was! This far north n striking dif-
ehanged so that counties could ference in the management of
hold an election only every four | railroads, north nnd south, is ob-
years instead of every two years.! served. In the north, us a ruie,
The question arose whether or jail the employes of the roads are
not til's would apply to counties! required to treat everybody with
which have recently held elections : due courtesy. The ticket agents,
herder the four years must j the conductors and all others with •
next v. horn a traveler has to deal treats
11 him with/due respect. A strik- j
contrast with the short nit' 1 '
ived from t
Dec’d and her two Minor Children,
have filed their report iu office as re
quited by law. I will pass upon said
report on the l6t Monday iu March
next. This Jan. 30 1893.
J. D. Hargrove.
Ordy. Dooly Co.
four minor children viz. IF. A. 6. A.
S B. and Oswald Jackson, have filed
their rejsirt in office as required by
law. I will pass upon said report on
Tuesday the 21st day of Feb'y., next.
This January 20th 18 3.
J. D. Hargrove,
Ordinary D. C. Ga.
To all whom it may concern;
Whereas, a count} court has b**eu
tstablished for the county of Dooly by
a special Act of the Jeneral Assembly
of the State of Georgia. Ido hereby
iu pursuance of my commission us
Judge of said Court and of section 283
-e of the Code of 1882 appoint the
First Wednesdays in each month as
the days on which said Court will lie '
its monthly sessions, beginning vr‘
the First Wednesday iu April J893.
do furt'-er appoint the first Wed:
days in February, May, August
November of each year as the da
which^Ad, court will hold its q
ly stsslC;v Lcginnicg with tf
Monday in May 189S. I will
office at the Court
ThiVctition of G. W. Fuhiugton. j j
F. Mi Warfield. E Walton. J. R iki ne j Til.' world
J. G. Wtrehan 1. J. J. Coo,*o E Ja a d Mrs- | at )east
SusaupjLowerv, citizens ot skill Male ; /«!
and Coiiuty Respectful 1 }' that j mo v,n jyyJ
they, thiir asrtociates aud
desire i<V be imeorporat#!
corporate tianieVand style
lington & Bartqphl 0\
period of twen
privilege v>f rei
of sal.I time, and by sa
name to have pelpetual succ
sue and be sued 111 any court|
or Equity it this State,to ha
a common seal and do any at
and things in their corporate
that are allowed by Law to pi]
porations of like character,
cipal office and place o doin
shall he at Finehurst in sa
ana State, but they desire to,
right to do business at aij
prices in saiil State, if they
The object of said corpurati.
niary gain and profit, and (I
pa! powers they desire code
them are iu addition t > tl; p'
ready prayed fur, To t
and doa Geueral Merclia
Have and own Real Ibttl
kinds of personal 1 roperty. al
in action. To make aud tak
mortgages aud any and all kind
Lei us on Real and i'ersonni propert
take any aud all kinds of commercial,
papers as collateral, hypothecate the
same, borrow money. Fell ami buy
all kinds of merchandise for cash or ou
time, and *io any and all tilings in their
corporate capacity that may seem to
be lor their interests. Petitioners show ,
that the Capital Stock of said corpo-
ratiou shall be l’wo-Thousand [d'd.bbOo
Dollars divided into shares of thm
nomination ami par value of FiftfSj
lars each, which have all t *
scribed for, and tjhe amour-
paid in. They desire the |>t
increasing said cuuital sb
time, by a two-tniads [f
Capital stock >nj|
e,l meeting, G
ing ten (10] TiiK'
Semi annual 1
holders of said
cipal office, the firs'
held, immediately aft
of this appl cation for
meetings, at any tim
three days prior the
meetings a maj-irj
tie represented t
Imsiness. That J
electee by and
cterks, 01 1