, etc., whether you buy or
1 suit you. TERMS CASH.
MRS. E. A. McELREATH.
ats, Millinery andj
,n for the inspec-;
We take pleasure in callin
T7 vpre ff j our outfits. Our horses are evj
L i gle and double, are comfortable,
^ alii at the
will take pleaSilre in showing - dlcaS!,nt -
. . _ T t> M 1 We are delighted to serve you e
test styles in riats, Ivlbbons, (if good teams at moderate prices wi
do and by !
l fiw in-
' hack in front
join him on a busi-
'trip. lie pulled a pistol from
his pocket and blew his brains out.
Miss Dora Williams was in love
with a young medical student.
Last week he graduated and
My wife gave me a letter ce ived his diploma. He must now
“And you forgot it, eh? Well it
isn’t to late.”
“No, but 1 maViitl it I kept it in
my hand and fixed my mVwl right
on it .until 1 got to a box and then
go out into the world in search of
fame and fortune.
About an hour after his diploma
was given him Miss Dora, realiz
ing that he must now leave her,
decided that she did not care to
dropped it in. 1 was bound she i r j>e longer without him. She had
shouldn’t have any thing to com
plain of this time.”
“Then what’s the matter”
“ It has*just oecured to me that
I forgot to put a stamp on it.”—
New York Weekly.
The Fort Valley correspondent
of the Houston Home Journal says
“The Leader will change hands in
a few weeks at the longest, but it
can’t be found out just who will
take charge of it and do the free
advertising for the town and sec
tion that has been done in the
past. Neither of the gentlemen
now laboring on the paper will
under any consideration,
for they can sec nothing in it but
one year’s work without compen
sation. For a live, progressive
newspaper Fort Valley, it seems
it for the next
no poison to ciTin'K", no weapon with
which to cut her throat. She took
a small glass bottle and breaking
it up into very small pieces swal
lowing the broken glass. As soon
as her condition was known a phy
sician was called in and she may
Such a record of crime and
tragedy so fast and furious has
never been experienced by any
Georgia city before and the people
of the whole state stand aghast,
knowing nothing of the future and
expecting almost anything that is
horrible. This is a scourge from
which we trust our fair state will
soon be relieved.
Investments in fleoraa.
will not be in
New York World: The’new cab-
inent. with the president at its
head,'will make an imposing spec
tacle. Fo.ur of the democratic
eheifs will weigh over 1,000 pounds.
Cleveland, Bissell, Smith and Mor
ton Gresham,Carlisle and Olney are
all tall, strong men— none of them
„m.'ieb, if any, under six feet. Vice
I’rcsiden t Stevenson “sizes up”
with them. Mr. Herbert, though
not so tall, is a strong, finely built j
man. Lnmont is the only short
Some have predicted that the
i end had come to the great financial
stringency in Georgia and that
now money would be easier and
investments more liberal. This is
not true. The full end to this
trouble is not yet and will not be
until the sentiment of our law
makers change and some of our
statutes are repealed.
There has seemed to have been a
disposition on the part of the leg
islature of our state for the past
few years that instead of encour
aging investments in Georgia has
had the opposite effect This is
done by tile kind of laws passed
and the kinds proposed. Even-
one of which has a tendency to
drive investments out of the state
instead of helping to bring more
here. Our collection laws are a
evil and when he real-
true condition blows his
own brain out and possibly leaves
a good wife and children to the
cold mercies of the world, instead
of reforming and giving their
lives to try in some measure to
ey they know securing an income and I turn to
into society,' mother earth. He is no more en
titled to relief from taxation than
1 am. On the other hand, if there
is to be any favor shown it should
be shown to those who asssistmost
in the material development of
The income tux is fair to ev« ry-
body, and requires nothing more
than that those who have money
be taxed in just proportion to th -ir
Our correspondent states the
akc amends for
A factory or railroad refuses to
aceede to the demands of its em
ployes. They refuse to work,
which they have a right to do.
They take charge of the property
and will not allow anyone else to
operate it. Committing murder,
treason, arson and other crimes to
carry their point and compel
their employes to submit to their
whole question in a nutshell, sim
ply by giving us a practical illus
tration of the injustice of our
present system of taxation. He is
a farmer—a producer—and all of
hi9 property, real and personal, is
in sight where it cannot escape the
assessor, and it is not exempt un
der the law. He has to pay $100
into the state treasury every year
in the shape of VhiTe - "a
ntdgUteor, who is three times richer
than he is, gets off with lighter
We care for your horse, if left with
Let us serve you.
,ou will \
e same as if it weij
BARLOW & BARL0
D00LYS TAX SALES-
Will be sold before the court house
door in said county, between the legal
hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in
April 1893. to the highest and best bid
der for cash, the following property to
wit: Lois of land numbei seventy-sev
en  eighty two  one hundred
and eleven [ill] one hundred and four
teen  one hundred and forty three
(143)-one hundred and forty six 
One hundred and seventY-five  and
one hundred and seventy six , all
situated, lying and being in the 1st
land distiict of said county; also, lots
of laud numbers one hundred and sev
enty five  and one hundred and
seventy-seven , all situate lying
and being in the 9th land district of
said county. All of said lands levied
upon by virtue of and to satisfy one
tax fifa issued by- the Tsx Collector of
Dooly county Georgia against said
property for its state and county taxes
lor the year 1892. Levy made by J. W.
j ovey t.2,Vfie for advertisements and sale
This Feb.. 27th 1393.
member of the administration, and
he makes up in nervous energy
and vim what he may lack in
♦ • -O
Hon. Robert N.
Ely, who was
Attorney-General of the state dur
ing the first term of Governor
Colquitt, has again been adjudged
insane by Ordinary- Calhoun of
Fulton county, and ordered sent to
the lunatic asylum. He was once
one of the foremost lawyers of Al
bany and lived in affluence. Soon
after the expiration of his term as ! Qeor na
attorney-general his reason became
dethroned and he was sent to the
nsylum from Dougherty county.
His condition improved and he
was discharged. Having lost h>°
property and prestige he drifteo
to Atlanta where he played the
-role of a vagabond and beggar un
farco and it is almost impossible
to collect a debt from anybody
that is not disposed to pay it.
This makes interest very high.
Yet the two past legislatures added
more fuel to the fire by proposing
more adverse legislation.
For a number of years our rail
road transportation, building and
investments proved a most profit
able income. They, too, have
been discouraged by our statute
books and now they are about all
in the hands of receivers and no
body wants any money’ in them.
The insurance companies have
be;n doing a good business in
and paying millions of
dollars annually for cremated
property. But the casualites in
this state are yery great and are
increasing every year. Hence the
rates are befng constantly raised
and many of the strongest and
m ;st liberal of them speak seri
A'jfoor devil that never had any
chance in the world, no education,
no good training, no refining influ
ences around him and no wealth at
his command, is caught in some
petty crime. He pays the extreme
penalty of the'law for it. But let
some hightoned (so-called) fellow
get caught in some henious crime
and it stoops to where it becomes
simply a misfortune and his
friends are ready to contribute of
their store to set him “scot free”
and no stain is left upon him.
Now, of course all this is wrong.
A brute with his pockets full of
money becomes more beastly as he
gloats over the acquired power it
brings him. It is not honorable to
plam olf our dishonesty and troub
le by inking,our own lives to es
cape it. Crime is crime whether
it be committed by the commonest
plebian or the most honored of the
land. If any difference shall dis
tinguish the crime committed by
these classes the difference be in
favor of the poor fellow who has
had no opportunity and knows
no better.The man who knows bet
ter deserves no sympathy’. He who
wantingly seeks crime, knowing
the true import of the evil he does,
just to satisfy his owh fleshly lusts,
ambition or pride deserves but the
severest rebuke that could be
placed upon him.
Until public sentiment changes
we see no reason why this age may
not continue to sink deeper and
deeper into infidelity’, shame, dis
honor and pollution.
taxes because his property mainly
consists of non-taxable bonds.
This injustice discourages men
who would otherwise join the ranks
of the producing classes. They
are unwilling to pay more taxes
than their richer neighbors, and
this is one reason why so many
men drift to the cities to engage in
The best way to remedy this
Will be sold before the court house
door in said county on the first Tues
day in June 1893 between the legal
hours of sale to the highest bidder for
cash, the following wild lands to-wit:
Lot number one hundred (100) situate
lying and being in the 13th land dis
trict of said county. Levied upon by
virtue of and to satisfy one tax fi-fa is
sued by the Tax Collector of Dooly
county Georgia against said property
for its State and County taxes for the
state of affairs is to have an in-| year 1892. Levy made by J. W. Rob-
come tax that will make every man erts. deputy Sheriff and turned over to
- me for advertisement and sale. This
contribute liisjust share to the ex
penses of the state. Such a tax
is eminently fair, and it would
lighten the burden now borne by
February 27th 1893.
Also at the same time and place will
one hundred and
thirtv-five [1351 and one hundred and
| thirty seven [1371, all of said lots of
those who invest their money in j be sold the following wild lands to- wit •
real estate and other useful prop- j Lots of land numbers one hundred and
ert-y which producers find it nee- twenty-five 
essary to hold.
Unless we can obtain this need- wild land situate, lying and being in
ed reform in our system of taxa-j the 6th land district of said county and
tion, our rich men will very natu-1 levit ’ d u P on b y virt,,e of an <l t0 “atisfy
j | one tax fi fa issupd by theTax C.Jleet-
ral.J be inc.ined to convert their | or ©f Dooly county Georgia against it
property into stocks and bonus, for its State and County taxes for the
and leave the owners of homes year 1892 Levy made by J. \V. Rob-
and other real estate to pay an
amount of the taxes of the coun
try. In view of these facts, it is
difficult to see what sound argu
ment can be brought against an
income tax.—The Atlanta Consti
erts. deputy sheriff and turned over to
me for advert'sement and sale. This
February 27th 1893.
Also al the same time and place will
be sold the following wild lands to-wit:
One hundred and fifty  acres of
| lot of land number one hundred and
I fifty-five , situate, lying and being
| in the 8th land district of said county.
j being all of said lot except fifty 
W .BAH m acres in the north-east corner of said
lot, which fifty (50) acres is owned by
a «a 'tax Jj n i Jackson. Col., Said wild land lev-
f.OR j ied upon by virtue of and to satisfy
Florida R. R.
SO WAN EE RIVER ROUTE TO Fl»i
Schedule in Effect
Read down. Oct., 16tli 1j*92.
6 30 7*>
8 35 9 00
9 28 9 58
10 38 1058
A. 31. 1*. M.
12 IS 12 M ■
4 10 4 35
4 30 4 at) Ar
7 45 b 05 ••
1 25 12 55 “
P. M. A. M.
7 20 6 25 “
A. 3C. P. M.
1 29 1 10 **
¥, C. WILLIS k>Co’s.
S\vort Line \o W orVA’s T* a\r
Sleeping Car on Night Trains be
tween Macon and Palatka.
Double Daily Pullman Sleeping Car
Service Between Jacksonville, Fla.
Nashville and St. Louis,
Connects in Union Depot at Macon
with M. & N., Ga., R. R. C. K‘ R. and
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., Tiattic Man gr,
Macon, Ga. Macon, Ga.
Macon and Firmingham
Schedule in Effect Oe.l.. lfind 1892
6 16 \.’M. Le
»VI .. :
* <W “
11 SO “
J2 ‘40 “ 1
1 3 > r. X.
5 S’* ‘*
2 i’. 31.
“ Montueiier “
Thm^er Spr’jus *•
2 00 P. M.
1 10 ••
12 3J •*
12 10 “
“ 10 urj
“ 8 24 r
Lv 6 '*0 a
3 29.r. m.
H;tri in City
r 15 a. 3(,
LV 7 (W
“ 6 50 A. 3L
“ 6 :i0 -
I uGran^e Lv 6 00 a. m.
i.;i»:!nert >vi«.h Atlanta <£ West. Voin K. It.
II. BURNS. A. C. KNAPP,
Trav. Pass Agt , Trafic M'gr
Macon, Ga. — Macon, Ga.
CITY KAPvSIIAL'3 TAX SALES
City of Cordele, Ga-
A Pleafsr Just Taxation.
(ittsly of with-drawing entirely
from the business of this state.
The loan companies are doing
large business but it is at a very
high rate and loaning a very small
The editor of the Walton News ! P er cent of t!le value of an J P ro P-
drops into this truthful rapsody j * rty ’ ye V he - v , ar « act J uirin « vaPt
- r o tm#-• tc n, i an ds at enormously
on the American girl:
“The truest, best and sweetest
type of the American girl of to-day
docs .not come from the home of
wealth; she steps out from the
home where exists comfort rather
than luxury. She belongs to the
great middle class—that class
which has given us the best Amer
ican wifehood; which has given
helpmates to the foremost Amer
ican men of our time; which
teaches its daughters- tbo true
meaning of lov
the manners of the drawing room
but the practical life of the kitch
en as well; which teaches the girls
the responsibilities of wifehood
and tne greatness of motherhood.
These girls may not ride in their
carriages, they may not wear the
most expensive gowns, they may
even help a little to enlarge the
family income, but these self-same
low rates. They too will have to
stop or own much the larger share
of our lands.
To obviate these difficulties our
state must pursue a more liberal
policy. Capital must be welcomed
and our laws changed so that this
capital may operate among us
and be secure from the thieves
that wonld steal it under sanction
of law. All manner of invest
ments that are right and proper
must he encouraged and protected
by law, Otherwise we must sink
deeper and deeper at every step
which teaches into discontent, strife, poverty and
Editor Constitution—I desire to
thank The Constitution for its
good work in behalf of an even
and just distribution of the public
An income tax is the only solu
tion of the question, and it must
come sooner or later. It is unfair
and unjust and undemocratic that
those who haye money saould not
pay taxes in proportion to their
holdings, just as a poor man is re
quired to do.
Let me give an illustration. I
am a man of moderate means. I
own a farm on whiedi the valua
tion fixed by assessment requires
me to pay in taxes every year info
the state treasury $100, this being
the tax on my real estate and per
sonal holdings. As an agricul
tural producer, assisting the best
I can in the development of my
state and in the constant improve
ment of my property, I do not ob
ject to paying high taxes so long
as others who are equally as well
off as I am pay in the same pro
I have a neighbor who lives
within sight of my home. He is
reputed to be worth three times
the money that I am. His place
is a small one, only a few acres.
He has a palatial residence, and
lives in keeping with his abundant
means. He is a good man and I
have nothing to say’ against him.
In looking over the tax book
other day I found that my neigh
bor, who >s wo;th three times as
innc’ii as I am, does not pay as
much taxes. His income is at
least three times as much as my
own, and yet I am required to con
tribute more to the expenses of
the state than he.
1 tim informed that his holdings
are in non-taxable bonds,
have put money in the
Y/ill be sold at the court house doo»-
in Vienna. Ga., Dooly County on tho
four (4} several tax fi-fas issued by the : first Tuesday in April next between the
And other specialties tor '[’ a x (Jo;lector of Dool v county Georgia j legal hours of sale to the highest bidder
aDd i against said land for its state and coun- j for cash cert.mi city lots in the city of
Cordele (la. Known and distinguished
by map of survey of said city to satisfy
Misses are the I ty taxes for the years 1839. 1890, 1891
Best in the World. ! and 1692. Levy made by J. If. Rob-
See descriptive advertise- \ erts. deputy sheriff and turned over to
meut which wiu appear in me for advertisement and sale. This
this paper. ! February 27th 1893.
Take no Substitute,
but insist on having W. L.
DOUGLAS’ SHOES, with j
name and price stomped oa
bottom. Bold by
Sold bv J. O. Hamilton, j
Vienna, Ga.. i
G. V/- SHEPPARD,
Sheriff, D C
DOOLY SHERIFF'S SALES.
To Whom it may concern:
Whereas G. B. Williams, administra
tor of the estate of Anderson A. Wil— .... . .
liams deceased shows in his petition i 8tt “ an ? boiler, oneplan-
Wi II be sold before the court houes
door in said county, between the legal
hours of sale, on the 1st Tuesday in
April 1893, to the highest bidder for
cash, the following property to-wit:
Our Mr. McC. Pate,
the junior of our firm
and senior of the firm
of Pate & \\ ill is of
H awkinsville left for
New York on March
ist, to purchase our
Spring and. Summer
line of Dress Goods,
Notions etc, etc.
H is reputation for
close buying is already ^
among our Vienna pa
trons, and we feel con
fident that he made no
idle boast when he
said: “I am going to
buy you the newest 4 ;
prettiest and best se
lected stock of Dry
Goods, this Spring,
that has ever been
shown to the public.”
Therefore dont be in
a hurry to buy. Our
goods will begin to
come in by March
20th,andyou will save
money by waiting un
Thanking you for
past favors and solici
ting your future pa
tronage, we are,
I. G. WILLIS k Go. |
fifus issued by authority of the
Mayor and City Council of Cordele, Ga.
for taxes due said Mayor and City
Council upon several lots heiein after
stated and against the several persons
and parties respectively herein after
on as the property of.'.George Deanes]
to satisfy a tax fi-fa in favor of Mayor j
and city council of Cordele and against I
George Deanes for taxes due upon j
said lot" for the year 1S92- |
Also lots 17 and 13 in block 10 levied j
on as the property of Mrs. Josephine |
Davis to satisfy a Tax fifa m favor of
the Mayor auii City Co mcil of Cordele :
against Mrs. Josephine Davis for taxes
due upon said lots for the year 1392.
Also at the sane time and place w
be sold to the h ighest bidder for cash
to satisfy a tax fifa m favor of the
Mayor and City: Council of Cordele.
Ga.. The Cordele Shoe Factory situated
1 E&mis >1
4S1 -a ■
ifil •>- —- ’
vi? -Al a—61 (*--
|b fc i 4
named to-wit: City lot in the City of i in the City of Cordele betw-een lots
Cordele known as lot No. (17) in block j and—as will be shown by map of sur-
24 as the property of It. S. Thompson ! vey of said City for taxes due said
to satisfy two tax fifas in favor of the i Mayor and City Council for the year
Mayor and City Council of Cordele j 1892 upon said Cordele Shoe Factory,
against said R. 3. Thcmiison. One fi a This Mar. 6th 1893.
for the year 1391 and one for the year
Also C'ty lots No’s 116] and [17,] ip
block  as the property of J. W-
Walden in favor of the Mayor and
City Council of Cordele against said
J. IF, Balden to satisfy two tax fifas
W- H. Tuor-XTON.
Marshal of Cordele Ga.
Agreeably to an order granted by
duly filed according to law in my of- >UK machme with pulleys, belting and j issued by order of Mayor and City j the Honorable the Court of Ordiuary
fif e that he has fully administered waiting. All of sail property now in j Council of Cordeio one fifa fur theyear , of said county on the 1st Monday in
i ' 1891 the other for the year 1392. I March 1893. will be sold on the 1st
said estate and asks for letters of dis- lbe town of Cordele, said county and
mission from said administration. 1 s “ u ®- J lev, e<i upon as the property
This is therefore to cite all, heire and j . Fountain by virtue of and to
granted arm said petitioner
Letters of Dismission from said estate
on the first Monda. in June 1892.
This is therefore to cite all. heire and | OI . ' Ji- counts in by virtue of :
creditors, to show cause if any they | 8a Usfv a forecl isure of lien on p
can why said petition may not b; a tv biought bv Lie Cordele Ms
granted" and said petitioner receive ,!?L >S L, s '’.....Fountain.
This March 6th 1893.
J. D. Hargrove.
Ordinary Dooly Co-
Also lot No. [13J in block (3j in said j Tuesday in April 1S93, before tin- court
Ciiy levied on as the property of J. E. j house door of said county, between the
lieil to satisfy a tax fi fa Jar taxes due 1 legal hours of sale to the highest bid-
by said J, E. Beil to said Mayor and der for cash the following described
City Council of Cordele Ga.. for the j personal property of the estate of Jul-
year 1891. | ius E. Peacock, deceased, to-wit: Town
A’so at the same time and place wjll i Also lot No.  in block (2] in said j lot numlier seventy six ;76) in Block
be sohl the following property '• wif ■ Cit - y as tlle P ro V ert 3’ of EL O. Miller to j fifteen (15). situate, lying and being in
Two certain town lots in the town of ! sat!sf >' a filaagaiust said II. O. Mil- the town of Un idilla, Ga said county
Unadilla. Ga., known upon the mai> lw ai, d in favor of said Mayor and City ai d state. This March 6th 189
This March 8lh 1893.
To whom it may concern:
Henry D. Wood, Guardian for Mollie hundred and
Maud Walden, Benj. F. Watson Guar- . Levied upon i ...
j diau for Willie Nora Walden and Aus- j E.. Smith by virtue of a fi fa issued
tin B. Walden Guardian for John M. j from the Superior court of said county
I \\ aldeu have in due form of law ap- j favor of the Bank of Vienna v. s.
! plied to the undersigned for leave to • B. Walts and Mrs. S. E. Smith
j sell the resident house lot of John II. : principals: His. L. M. Wynn and Tay-
I and Mary Walden late of said county : lor and Lashlev endorsers.
| deceased. Which said house and lot | Levy made by J. W. Roberts deputy
j has been set aside and assigned a yeais \ p ? ie iff and turned over to me for ad\ er-
j support for the minor heirs of said de- j tiseroent and sale. This March 6th
1 ceased. Said land to be sold ior sup- : 1893.
1 port maintain - 'lice and division aiBong j A Is i at the same time and place will
be sold the followin
an 1 survey of said town a‘s lot number i Council of Cordele, Ga., lor the year
twenty-three (23) and twinty-ix (26', 1 lbU1
fronting each one hundred <100) feet
up >n the street and running back one
fifty  feet each,
the property of Mrs.
the heirs of said deceased. And said
the application will be heard on the first; citylot mimberTliTin^bfocT imuffier ai \ Ulu I ' ro l ;trt -'' oi Mc.Uiiiuu &
i Also lots [6) to  inclusive in
1 block 46 as the property of G. li Smith
| to satisfy a tax fifa in favor of the
j Mayor and City Council of Cordele and
' against said G.E. Smith for taxes for
\ me year 18. 2.
Also lots 18 and 20 in block 4, lots 14
to 17 inclusive in block 8, lots 4 to 10
inclusive and 13 to 16 inclusive in
i block 17, lots 5 to 17 inclusive in block
; 20, lot 11 in block 21, lots 11 to 16 in
clusive in block 28. lots 5 to 9 inclusive
and 14 to 20 inclusive ,in block 29 lots 1
to 8 inclusive and 10 in block 33 lots 1
2 and 4 to 10 ir elusive, in block 84 lots
4 to 10 inclusive in block 35 levied on
D. L. F. Peacock.
A VALUABLE OFFER
Made Every Young Lady and Gen
It does not take a sage to tell
that public sentiment is all awry
in this country. It has much to
do with the vast crime of all kinds
that is being committed.
It is true that this age lias gone
crazy on the subject of rjoney
iris are t'o-day the great bulwark making. From the fact that mon-
of the state’s resour
use would the agricultural lauds
of the state be to its people?
Farming must be done, and it
takes hundreds of thousands of
people to do it. Ail that we ask
of American society, not only pres- ev gives a man the leverage in the j *• g>' cn tlle same con-
ent, but of the future. I hey rep- v.orlu that-nothing else can bestow
resent the American home and because of public sentiment our
of°^rchl893 PriI DeXt ' ThiS ° th daJ ' 1 ^ a»‘V ffistlng^ish^Tby j SSte toSfe
J D. Hargrove. j G a * P sTiuX^lyrng m-id'being^n taTd ! ^ ^ ^ ^
r, y. Uoo v o. , town, county of Dooly, and State of i Aiao lots 5 to 10 inclusive in block
[ ”®2 r P ,a ’ ;E. ev, ®d upon as the property , 32 as the property of Leo B. Jones to
,, of L. L. Hieks by viitue. of and to sat- : satisfy a tax fifa against said Dee B.
GEORGIA IjooLV County. isfy one tax fi fa issued by the tax Junes in favor of Mayor and City
Toall whom it may concern: ; collector of said county egainit said E. ! Council of Cordele for taxes due for
L. Hicks for his state and county taxes < the year lt-92.
r the year 1392. .1 AisoNo. 2 in block 16 levied on as
T t, i lure out ox me estate in n;irr sou T rf V A, ' usselwhite. , the property of Jacob Lewis to satisfy
I could field, late of said county deceased i “LL-' to ,'"£ < a Ux fl fa iu favor of Mayor and City
same se- j for Mrs. D. P. Aikens, formerly Mrs. and^ate. Tms Mch., 6th lS92. ■ Council of Cordele for taxes for the
eurities. abandoned my farm and i D. P. Schofield and her miuor chit- Also at the same time and place the year 1392against Jacob Lewis.
lived in comfort. But sunpose ! dren to-wit: Mary E. Grimsley, Au-i foliowingproperty to-wit: The entire I Abo lot number 11 in block.2 levied j structjon wrote 190 worus permin-
gustus A, Virgil S. Alice L. Ruby , stock of goods and merchandise con- on as the property of A. J. Hargrove ’ . ... 1 . .
L, Walter C- a, 'd .Tno. B. Schofield mi-j sisting of drugs, medicines, bottles, aatisfy a tax fl fa in favor of Mayor j 11 *®» reading anti 1\ [).: -rit ng
nor children of said Harrison Schofield ' perfumery, notions, cigars, brushes, and City Council of Cordele agaiust A. her notes with entire ease. Others
deceased, have filed their return jn my | four 4; show cues, one (1) desk and J-Hargrove for taxes due for the year | are doing as well, thus demonstrat-
The appraisers appointed to set apart f ,cq.,
and assign a years support aud furni- . -
ture out of the estate of Harr son |
The world moves and there is
at least one institution that is
moving with it. This'is the cel
ebrated and superbly equipped
Georgia Business College, of
Macon, Ga., which offers to refund
to any young lady or gentleman
taking n course with them, the full
amount of their tuiton, unless same
proves entirely satisfactory.
Through their -‘Perfected system
of Business Practice “,the only one
in the South, students actually
buy, sell and ship goods, making
payment in genuine College Banks-
/n six weeks, Mr. 31. J. Carswell
completed the Fpeciul course and
took charge of the books in a
large wholesale house of Bruns
wick. Miss Carrie Eldridge,' of De-
land, Fla., with but 30 days in-
Gapacity 400 lao^nss par Day
FOB TERMS, ETC., ADERB5J
HG MACHINE GO.
We Sell’ he Davie Machine.
lAYLDR & LASHLEY.
eu ppose i
every man who had a little money
were to do this. What would be
come of the material developement
rces and what i °ffi ce 88 required by law and I will j stools, and one (1. cash r<
ifiiliur *1 |. i„ < pass upon itie same on Monday, March ' the fixtures shelving, o
This E’eb. 27th 1893.
J. D. Hargrovp.
Ordinary Dooly Co.
register. Also .
Also lots 18. 19 and 20 in block
the fact that it no longer
; drawers, ami ail ether property bt- levied on as the property of D. B. j requires from six to twelvemonths
| longing to D. L. Cawley contained iu Frederick to satisfy one tax fi-fa iu fa-[ to master Book-keeping. Short
I that certain store loom in the Suwanee i Vor °f Mayor autl City Cou oil of Cor- ; hand or Telegrar
GEORGIA —To ily County:
To al! whom it may concern;
Whereas. 2 county court lias b*en
established for the county of Dooly b3’
a spec.a! Act of the General Assembly
of the -State of Georgia. I do hereby
iu pursuance of my'commission as
v-K^eirinc ou ,. t- J " d °? Court aud of section 283
1 ° . , , -e- Oi t.ic Ucil'* of lt*b2 appoint th^
aphy, provided you I Wednesdays in each m\ith as
best and truest in sweet domestic
life and t!:e make the best wives
Tor our American men.
^ Tf.’r.Tt JZCHICS,
Or you r.-.o al. worn cut. really good lV.r noth
in;;, it is genera: debility. 1 ry
r. no ii.v’n i ii ox iiTTEhf■■
iJtTtill curs you, cleanse your liver, and eiv:
are want to sacrifice life,
health, peace, honor, manhood,
chastity, learning, skill and human
blood upon its polluted altar.
They suffer wrong-doing, they
slifie conscience, they rob the
weak, despoil and break down the
the strong and p'ay the asssassin
by day and bv sight. Because if
j and that we be required to pay no
more taxes than others who hold
property of equal value. In other
words, if I am a farmer and am
worth $5,000 all told, I ought not
be required to pay any more taxes
than anybody else who is worth
the same amount of money in
stocks, bonds, notes or anything j
else. They take that method of
House, Co.dele. Gx..situated between oeleauu against D.B. Ered-nck tor a t ten d t h 18 practical College, in- theday3 ou which said court wilTfio 1
the stores of Puts & Bestbrook and , torUie year 1892. . • , ® ... its monthly sessions, baeri lining with'
Pate & McKenz e, heretofore occupied ! Aiso .ots number 14 to and 20 in I * Uatl . of . the antiqua.ed texl lhe Wednc-s lav iu .a ori 1 1893
by l>. L. Cawley as a drag store. Lev- bloc k 140Ievied on as the property of j book institutions. | , lo further appoint the first Wed res-
ied upon as the property of D. L Caw- —; Gatewood to satisfy a tax li-ta.: Fine positions hav^ been Recur-j ( i a j S j n February, ilav August and
ley by virtue of and to satisfy one against ^ Gatewood in xavor of e( j their graduates in every in- ] November of each yeair'aM the days on
stance. which said, court will hold itsquartor-
l !y sessions beginning with tlio first,
" Wednesday in May 1893. I Will occupy
NOTICE- j 4jn office at the Court House in Vienna,
Notice is hereby gi
3/ortgage fifa issued from Do.ilv Su-
[serior Court iu favor of D. J. Williams
?.nd W. S. Thompson v. s. L'. L. Cawley,
ihis March 6t!i 1893.
S. 3IANUEL, Undertaker.
I haye soid my 2 shares Bank ‘ tock in
Bank or Cord ,‘leaim disposed of allmy
interest to aud in the same.
J. B. &cott.
agaiust Gatewood in favor of
Mayor and City council of Cordele for
taxes due upon said lots for the year
A<so iot.-> number 11 to 14 inclusiye :
in block 128 and lots 1 to 5 inclusive m 1
block 167 levied ou as the property of
ii W. Grady to satisfy a tax fi. fa iu law that I have soid .
favor of Mayor aud city council of within the past ten days five.shares of i r .
Cordele auu against H. W. C-rady for the capital stock of the Bank of Cor-
iaxes due upon said iota for the year dele and have disnosed of all my inter-
1592. est in th“ stock of sai I company
4 iso : o ! . number 3, in block. 98 levied : ^ r5 - Allen Fort.
van pursuant t ., i county where .oil jujn-rs, dockets
and ^transferred f f ths «>'ft u ill be ’kept,
ivs fire shares of • f*<» *^9 will be tried until 30 days
om this d-
S3 i d 1SC3.
U. V. Whipplh,
j. c. c. n. c.