TVie Vienna Pvogrss
J. E. Howell,
L. A. Morgan,
$1.00 PER AXXIJ1.
TUESDAY, MARCH 2S.
HARCH TEEM 1893.
Dooly Superior Court.
The Grand Juror?, chosen and
sworn for the March term 1893,
| of Dooly Superior Court, beg leave
to make the following as their gen-
i-^m■rra.jji . i »■ eral presentments.
! We have examined the Publie
Cyclones are a constant visitor | buildings and the County Farm.
at this season of the year.
the Notaries Public and Justices
of the Peace, and find most of the
books in good shape, and entriej
properly made wi»h costs stated.
In a few instances we find the costs
not properly itemized though the
amount may have been correct, and
a few instances where costs m-»rk-
ed settled and amounts of the costs
not stated. We think it essential
that each item of cost should ap
pear; and recommend in the fu
ture that all J. P’s ana N. P’s be
required to conform strictly with
the law in this matter. We have
WE TELL rOD
nothing urw when we state that it pays to enjpiffe
iu a permanent, most healthy and pieasaut busi
ness, that returns a profit for every dav's work.
Much is the business we offer the working class.
We teach then* how to make money rapidly, and
guarantee every one who follows our instructions
faithfully the making of S300.00 a month.
Kvery oue who takes hold how ami works will
surely and speedily increase their earnings; there
can he no ijuestiou about it; others now at work
are doing it, ami you, reader, can do the same. -
This is the best paring business that you have
ever had the chance »o secure. You will make a
grave mistake if you fail to give it a trial at once.
If you grasp the* situation, and act quickly, you
will directly find yourself in a most prosperous
GOOD TEAMS, W . c _ ¥I (jj
We take pleasure in calling the attention of those desiring teams to
our outfits. Our horses are every one good drivers, our buggies, sin
gle and double, are comfortable; our hacks and carriages as neat and
We are delighted to serve you because we know you will be pleased
A stray cyclone struck the
couuties of Sumter ami Schley
last Friday and did much dam
We find that the County jail is made an entry in each book where j i“^'. ,u ^' r k f w , ili , T.hen T ^ u Lj s “a'w»ge».
these omissions were found, calling l Whether you »re ol.l or youujr, man or woman, it
County Court will relieve the attention to same, which we trust “ "n 7t' ti“ r»ry el itartl' “Neither
will have the desired effect. The ! t x P*‘ ri, ' ncror capinii iiecMsary. _ tik»* who work
bu.ineu, at which'yon can iurelv make and save ( if good teams at moderate prices will do it. 1
large suras of inonev. The result* of only a few ' .. r - , * , _ . ,
The great strike of cotton spin
ners that has been on in Great respectfully defer this matter for
Brittian for several months and | action f° r future Grand Juries.
TAt the poor
inadequate now, but trust that our
County of the long confinement,
in misdemeanor cases, and thereby books of J. F. Moreland, N. P. were
make the present Jail sufficient for not submitted for inspection. !
the County needs. 1 j From the report of the County;
The Ordinary submitted plan School Commissioner we note the •
for enlarging the Jail but we most following: ■
.'ull particulars, free ? K. C. ALLEN A CO.,
Box Mo. 4.30, Augusta, Me.
No. of Children between the ages I ~ ,
of 6 and 18, according to census j Xll0 tSOlllllGI*!!
of 1888, 4365.
has caused 14,000,000 spindles to I. poor House we find 5 «. ™, . t
* ; inmates, 3 whites, and 2 colored, No. of schools in the county in 92 I
Be idle is at on end. I..„,i ... .i,„ for white children, 60. 1
May be cotton will take an up
ward tumble now.
A Mrs. Hammond of Atlanta
was arrested last week for du[ 1 c-
itv in the Redwine default.
After a preliminary trial she
was sent to jail in default of a $10, j the old
and they seem to.have the common
comforts of life, and are possibly
as well contented, as the poor un
fortunates could be under the cir
cumstances. We think the man
agement of the poor House and
Farm, under the present arrange
ments, will bs more satisfactory,
as well as more economical, than
system. The buildings
000 bond. The officers believe
that she has a considerable amount
of Redwine’s cash hid away.
on the Farm are in fair condition,
except some small repairs are need
ed, such as broken lights iu win
The editors of the Montezuma
Record and the Fort Valley Lead
er are making wry faces and say
ing ugly things about each other
Tut, boys. You have great op
portunities and capabilities for
good. Stop chunking them away
Col. Elliot F. Sheppard, editor
of the New York Mail and Expres",
died last week from the effect of
ether administered by physicians
th it they might make surgical ex
amination. Ilis health was perlee-
tly good except slight suffering
from stone in the bladder. The
ether lulled him.
The editsr ot the Americus
Times-Recorder has already de
pleted his wood pile and donned
bis spring suit. Judging from the
following he doesen’t feel comfort
able. Hear him.
Backward, turn backward, O
time in thy flight, gixe us July
again, just for one night; we are
disgusted with snow and with ice;
hear our warble and take our
advice; turn back the clock till it
reads August one, give us the sun;
give us mosquitoes and give us
eomc flies, but turn on some heat
before every one dies; bring back iheVrcseiH trouble!
our straw hat and good linen pants;
.give us a chance to live, give us a
Mrs. Mary Ellen Lease contrib
uted an article to Frank Leslies
Weekly purporting to be impres
sions made upon her during her
recent Southern tour that is full
of vi'.lianous rot, mis-repr< sent i-
tion and direct deception conccr-
ing the affairs of the South.
Should Mrs, Lease care to make
another tour through this part of
the moral vineyard we expect she
would be received with a much
greater ovation consisting of rot-
teal omelet than greeted her be
We thought from the conduct
of Atlanta’s two big dailies some
weeks ago that they had agreed to
a cessation of hostilities and the
public would be spared any further
torture on account of their bile,
but, not so. They seem to have
broken out afresh in the last few
days and the public must suffer
until their pent lip spleen has
evaporated. Don’t stop entirely
any snore, gentlemen. Give us a
steady flow and probably it wont
be so bad to take.
Total number of schools 91.
No. of white children attending
school in 1892, 2391.
Total number of children at
tending school in the year 1S92,
The average were,
White children, 1571.
The total average, 2586.
The percentage of attendance to
We find the Court House in enrollment, 65%.
good condition,’and we think it a The average cost per month for
crcilit to the County, but we^regret tuition per pupil, $1.56 of this
to see it abused by the floor being amount- the state pays per month
spit upon. 72^- or a little over three and a half
-AWe find the roads and bridges cents per day.
in the County in fair condition The amount of money estimated
and think the-commissioners and for 1893 for school purposes ap-
overseers, have as a general thing proximates $13,000.00.
been more diligent in the discharge We recommend that the Ordinary
of their duties than formerly, but provide and have placed in the
to have good roads requires const- Superior Court Room, Bulletin
ant attention, and we urge upon the boards, for the purpose of publish-
Corumissioners and overseers that ing dates of cases to be tried at
they continue their labors until that t til of the Court for the col
our roads and bridges^are a credit venience of parties who are wit-
to the County. | We recommend nesses and otherwise interested in
that the Ordinary issue a call for j the trial of cases pending in that
all the road commissioners,Jlo meet Court.
him in his office for the purpos of j We recommend the payment to
consulting as to the best system special bailiffs the following* ac-
of working the roads,"and that if count. Levy Bush, $4.00 for two
said commissioners decide that nights^services, to G. W. Jones
thej’jneed more tools and simple- $4.00 for two nights services, to J.
ments to successfully work the W. Graham, $4.00 for two nights
roads,’that the Ordinary purchase services, to J. 1. Youngblood $6.00
suitable road grading plows and for 3 nights services,
steel drag scrapes, to do the work, We find that the bond of the
not furnishing any one district County School Commissioner is not
more than one each, plow and sufficient, and we recommend that
scrape. the Board of Education, who have,
We specially call attention to a this matter under supervision,
small portion of the Montezuma make"this bond stronger at once,
a id Vienna road in the 7th dis- i We recommend that the Ordi-
triet at or near the Adams place, nary levy a tax of 4 3-100 mills,
and recommend that it be fixed at for the year 1893, for general
once, also a portion of the road county purposes,
running near the G. S. & F. Rail- We find Bailiffs serving at] this
road, near Wenona, and recommend term of Court who cannot [read
that same be changed so as to avoid writing, to“the inconvenience and
exi^ense of the’people.
We recommend that the Grdi- We recommend thatjall bailiffs
nary take notice of the condition selected in the future, shall be_able
of the;j bridges? across Turkey to read and write.
Creek near Byroniville, and also , 1 We recommencMhe payment of
the bridges across Limestone the account of D. Arnett for $2.00
Creek in the 9th district and across for 1 nights extra service.
6?um Creek, near Coney. All of ; ]We wish to express our approval
which we find needing repairs, of the fearless, prompt and im-
The contractors of these bridges partial manner, in which his honor
being under bond, we recommend Judge Fish, has discharged the,
that the Ordinary have the Con- high and important functions of
tractors to put these bridges in the his exalted position, and iiis ear-
proper repair at once, and kept nest efforts to dispose of all cases
so during the term of their respcc- found on the docket at the open-
ive contracts. ing of this term of the Couit. The
We recommend that the Jailer’s bulwark*of our liberties is to be
fees be increased from thirty cents found in an incorruptible, fearless
to thirty-five cents* per day, for j and pains-taking judiciary, and
each prisoner kept by him. j it gives us pleasure to thus pub-
Wc recommend that all cases licly express our appreciation, of
now on the docket\>f the Superior - our present Judge.
Court, or that may hereafter be j Solicitor General II inlet n is tn-
placcd thereon that would come , titled to our thanks for courtesies
under the Jurisdiction of the i shown our body, and is entitled to
County Court, be transferred im- ! all praise for the discharge of his
mediately to the County Court. 1 duties as the State prosecuting at-
And in the future, we request ail torney.
of the J. P's and N. P's in com- j We recommend that these pre-
mitting criminal cases where the | sentments be published in the Vi-
offenses are less than a felony to ! enna Progress and the Cordelean
bind over to the County Court in- and that each of these papers be
stead ot to the 4 Superior]Court, as paid the sum of $12.50 each for so
heretofore. I doing.
We recommendjthe appointment! Ordered by the Court that the
of John B. Lewis of the 1004th, j foregoing gencjal
ing and Loan Associa
A good investment; ready mon
ey to loan to improve property.
Local Board Officers.
W. H Whipple, President.
U. V. Whipple, Attorney.
W. C. Willis, Sect’y and Treas
J. A. Murphy, )
L. A. Morgan, ) Mem. of Board.
Send Your Job
Work to the Prog
We care for your horse, if left with us, the same as if it were our own,
Let us serve you.
BARLOW & BARLOW,
Liverymen, UNADILLA GA,
DOOLY’S TAX SALES.
6a-, out hern and
GEORGIA-Dooly County. FI nr IfD R P
Will be sold before the court house * lUI 111d JA. At
door in said county, between the legal .
hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in SUWAN-E RIVER ROUTE JO FLORIDR,
April 1893. to the highest and best bid-i ... iTI nuTt
der for cash, the following property to ) ’ ‘ ‘ LAN 1A.
wit: Lots of land nmnbei sevemy-sev- j
eu  eighty two  one hundred j Schedule in Effect
and eleven  one hundred and four- Itead d Q 16lh
teen  one hundred and forty three ’
(143) one hundred and forty six 
One hundred and seventY-fiye  and
one hundred and seventy six , all
situated, lying and being in the 1st
landdistiict of sail countyalso, lots
of land numbers one hundred and sev
enty five  and one hundred and
seventy-seven [17TJ, 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 tho Tsx Collector of
Dooly county Georgia against said
property for its state and county taxes
lor the year 1892. Levy made by J. W.
Roberts, Deputy Sheriff and turned
over to me for advertisements and pale
This Feb.. 27th 1383.
DOOLY COUNTY DIRECTORY-
Jndgeof Superior Coui t—Hon. H'.II
Solicitor—Col. C. B. Hudson.
Ordinary J. D. Hargrove:
Cierk Court—R. Kehum.
Sheriff—It. W. Sheppard.
Tax Receiver—J. C. Dunaway.
Tax Collector—M. E. Rushin.
County Treasurer—D. B, Leonard,
Coroner—J. W. Gr?liam.
County Surveyor—M. C. Jordan,
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Jno. T. Brown, A. C, Bullington.
J. D. Pate, D. T. Doughtry. D. L. Hen
Commissioner—O. P. Swearingen.
Regular meeting of Board of Educa
tion the 1st Tuesdays in January, April,
July and Octoter.
Superior Court convenes on second
and third Mondays in March and Sep
Mayor - J. P. Heard.
Alaermeu—B. F. Forbes, O. S. Baze-
nioie, J. O. Hamilton and J. J. Lash-
Clerk and Treasurer—J. J. Stovall.
Marshals—C. W. Johns and A. I
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE! gsnLlbnien.
And other speclaltle* for
Gentlemen, Ladles, Boy* and
Misses are the
Best in the World.
See descriptive advertise
ment which will appear la
Take no Substitute,
but insist on having W# L.
name and price stamped oa
bottom. Sold by
J. O. Hamilton,
Will be sold before the court house
door in said county on the first Tues
day in June 1S93 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
year 1S92. Levy made by J. W. Rob
erts. deputy Sheriff and turned over to
me for advertisement and sale. This
February 27lh 1893.
Also at the same time and place will
be sold the following wild lands to-wit:
Lots of land numbers one hundred and
twenty-fiye  one hundred and
thirtv-five  aud one hundred and
thirty-seven , all of said lots of
wild land situate, lying and being in
the 6th land district of said county and
levied upon by virtue of and to satisfy
one tax fi -fa issued by the Tax Collect
or of Dooly county Georgia against il
for its State and County taxes for the
year 1892. Levy made by J. \V. Rob
erta. deputy sheriff and turned over to
me for advert'sement and sale. This
February 27th 1893.
Also at thesame 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
fifty-five , situate, lying anil being
in the 6th land district or said county,
being all of said lot except fifty 
acres in the north-east corner of said
lot, which fifty (50) acres is owned by
Jim Jackson, Col., Said wild land lev
ied upon by virtue of and to satisfy
four (4) several tax fi-fas issued by the
Tax C'"lector of Dooly county Georgia
against said land for its state ai d coun
ty taxes for the years 1839. 1S90, 1S91
and 1692. Levy made by J. W. Rob
erts. deputy sheriff and turned over to
me for advertisement aud sale. This
February 27th 1883.
G. W. SHEFFAF.D,
Sheriff, D- C.
district G. M. N. P. & ex-officio, J. be published as requested.
P. vice G. W. Sheppard resigned, 23id 1893.
To Whom it may concern;
Whereas G. B. Williams, administra
tor of the estate of Anderson A. Wil
liams deceased shows in bin petition
duly filed according to law in my of
fice that he has fully administered
said estate and asks for letters of dis-
presentments ! mission from" eaid administration
The warm, pleasant days and
cool nights which we have enjoyed
for some time past are refreshing
nnd invigorating and convince
of the fact that ’‘gentle spring
Mr. S. F. Wilson who was seri-
■ously hurt by a fall from a rail
road trestle last fall, and who has
been in Savannah for several
months returned home on Wednes
day last. He is somewhat im
proved bnt is yet unable to walk.
Mess. Barfield & Wilson have
Lad their millinery room repaired
from damage caused by the fire
nnd they hope to have it occupied
Mr. W. H. McBride left for
Florida on Saturday last.
The members of the Methodist
church have at last succeeded in
haying it ceiled and the comple
tion is quitJ an addition to its ap
Miss Ellen DuPree of Rome, Ga,.
passed through town on Friday
last en route to,Snow where she is
visiting the family of Mr and
Mrs. R. L. Barfield.
On account of the inclement
weather the Philoretorian Club did
not meet, but it will meet on n*'\'
Friday night at the same pine
nnd have the same programme b
Services at the M. E. church on
Saturday and Sunday last were
and Willis Johnson, Sr. of the
1010th district G. M. aSjN.[P. and
ex-ollicio, J. P. tojsucceed himself,
his term having expired.
Wo have examined through
Committee, the books and reports
of the several county officials, and
find them properly kept.
From the Treasurer’s bookstand
vouchers, we make the following
Balance onShand Sept. 13th 18i2.
J. R. HORNE,
W. C. HAMITON,
Notice is hereby given in pur
suance of the Statutes and Laws
of Georgia that I have sold, tran-
. . ferred and disposed of prior to the
Amount receivcd s 6ince>st report, 12th < Iav of February 1S92 certain
rr , , . thirty six Shares of the Capital
Total receipts,.$19427.13, J 1
Amount paid out by vouchers.
Commissions, $489 02.
Total disbursements, $8047.05.
Leaving balance in treasury March
13th 1S93. $11380.08.
lf r e find from the Collectors
books that this amount will be in
creased by about twelve hundred
"We find that the G. S. «fc F. R. R.
owes the county about $5000.00
for taxes and the S. A. & M. R. R.
about $1700.00. And the proper
oliicials have been instructed to
obtain legal assistance in the col
lection of these claims, if the3'
We recommend the payment of
$425.00 to the Ordinary for ser
vices for the past year.
We fix th« salary for the County
Judge at $i50.00 per annum.
We visited the Convict Camps
in the county, by a committee and
find at Sibley; the Sanitary con
dition of the Camp good. We find’
who from their ap-
This is therefore to cite all. heire and
creditors, to show cause if any they
can why said petition may not be
granted and said petitioner receive
Letters of Dismission from said estate
on the first Monda- in June 1893.
This March 6th 1893.
J. D. Hargrove.
Ordinary Dooly Co-
To whom it may concern:
Henry D. Wood, Guardian for Mollie
Maud Vialden. Benj, F. Watson Guar
dian for Willie Nora Walden and Aus
tin B. Walden Guardian for John M.
I' alden have iu due form of law ap
plied to the undersigned for leave to
sell the resident house lot of John H.
and Mary Walden late of said county
Stock of the Bank of Cordele and ' deceased. Which said house and lot
have disposed of all my interest
in the stock of said corporation.
T. M. Adams.
Notice is hereby given pursuant to
law that I have sold and transferred
within rhe past 10 davs 20 shares of the
Capital Stock of the Bank of Cordele,
and have disposed of all my interest iu
said Bank except a shrres. March 28th
1803. J. IF. Sheffield.
I am prepared to negotiate loans
m improved farm lands in Dooly
if a low rate of interest.
Address or apply to
John H. Woodward.
Attorney and Real Estate Ag’t.
has been set aside and assigned a years
support for the minor heirs of said de
ceased. Said land to be sold lor Sup
port maintain-nce and division among
the heirs of said deceased. Aud said
application will be heard on the first
Monday in April next. This 6th day
of March 1893.
J. D. Hargrove.
Ordy. Uooly Co.
DOOLY SHERIFF’S SALES.
Will be sold before the court house
door in said county, between the legal
hours of sale, on the 1st Tuesday iu
April 1893. ;o the highest bidder for
cash, the following property to-wit:
One steam engine and boiler, one plan
ing machine, with pulleys, beltingand
shaftiug. All of said property now in
the town of Cordele. said county aud
state, and levied upon as the property
of E. N. Fountain by virtue of and to
satisfy a forecl rsure of lien on person
alty (nought by the Cordele Machine
Shops v. s K. N Fountain.
This March 6th 1893.
Alsj at the same time and place will
be sold the following property to-wit:
city lot number (11) iu block number
 as known and distinguished by
map of survey of the citv of Cordele.
Ga , situate, lying anil being in said
town, county of Dooly, and State of
Georgia. Levied upon as the property
of E. L. Hicks by viitue. of and to Sat
isfy one tax fi-fa issued by the tax
collector of said county against sirhl E.
L. Hicks for his state and couuty taxes
for the year 1892.
Levy made by W,. J, Mussel whit
L. c. and turned ove: tome for adver
tisement andjsale. ThisMeli., 6th 1892.
P. M. A. M.
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6110 7#0 •*
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9 28 9 58 “
10 3S 10 58 “
A. M. P. M.
12 18 12 « “
147 210 “
4 10 4 35 •*
4 30 4 50 4r
7 45 8 05 “
1 23 12 55 “
P. M. A. M.
7 20 0 25 ••
A. M. P. M.
1 21 1 10 •*
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10 40 Ar
P. M. A. M.
Ar 9 45 8 4)
8 SO 7 40
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“ Soil 4 43
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44 2 53 213
“ 1 05 12 45
“ 1’ 40 10 25
uv 10 2 > 10 05
•* 7 10 6 50
A. M. P. M.
“ 2 12 12 51
P. A. A. M,
“ 9 05 7 30
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44 4 Ot
SYiort Line \o W ov\A’s Yair
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., It. It. 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.
II. BURNS, A. C. KNAPP,
Trav. Pass. Agt., Tiaflic Man'gr,
Macon, Ga. Macon, Ga.
Schedule in Effect Oci., Hind 1892
0 45 M. Le ve Macon Arrive 209 P. M.
8 09 •*
8 4 •! “
1 3) P. M.
5 -)0 -
2 01 r. M.
C^hi 11! l>u«
6 31P.M. A r C« iv« ii v i i 1 e
2 30 A. M„ “ Odessa
j • MuiCv'iili
3 20 p.m. Ar LaGrauge
Cwn^ct wUh Arlan:
Tniv. Pas3 Agt.,
“ 1210 “
“ 11 25 * 4
“ 1100 “
44 19 00 44
*• 1*01 44
44 8 21 P. M.
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A. C. KNAPP,
CITY MARSHAL'3 TAX SALES
City of Cerdele, Ga.
Our Mr. McC
the junior of our
and senior of the
of Pate & W illis
New York on Marc
i st, to purchase
Spring and Summer
line of Dress Goods,
Notions etc, etc.
His reputation for
close buying is already.
J established, even
among our Vienna pa
trons, and we feel con
fident that he made no
idle boast when he
said: “I am goin^ to
buy you the newest,
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
2oth,andyou will save
money by waiting un-
Thanking you for
past favors and solici
ting your future pa
tronage, we are,
W. a WILLIS &
on as the rroputr of Mrs. Josephine
Davis to satisfy a Tax Ufa in favor of
the Mayor and City Council of Cordele
. , . , , , against Mrs. Josephine Davis for taxes
Will be sold at the court house door (i ue npou sa i,i Jots for the vear 1893.
in Vienna. Ga., Do-.ly Comity on the Also at t } )e ga-ne time and p'ace will
first Tuesday in April next between the be sold to the It ghest bidder for cash -fj! .7
legal hours of sale to the highest bidder } to 8at i*f v a tax tiffi m favor of the (f piM'il'
for cash certain city lots iu the city of -- '* ™- r ‘ -' ■—
Cordele Ga. Known and distinguished
by map of survey of said city to satisfy
■ax filas issued by authority of the
Mayor and City Council of Cordele, Ga.
for taxes due said Mayor and City
Council upon several lots herein alter
stateu and against the several persons
and parties respectively herein after
named to-wit: City lot in the City of
Cordele known as lot No,(17) in block
24 as the property of li. S. Thompson
to satisfy two tax fifus in favor of the
Mayor and City Council of Cordele
against saidR. S. Thompson. One fi a
for the year 1851 aud one for the year
Also City lots No’s 116] and [17.] in
block  as the property of J. W-
Walden iu ffivor of the Mayor aud
Mayor and City Council of Cordele.
Ga.. TKe Cordele Shoe Factory situated
in the City of Cordele between lots—
and—as will be shown by map of sur
vey of said City for taxes due said
Mayor and City Council for the year
1892 upon said Cordele Shoe Factory.
This Mar. 6th 1898.
W- H. Thornton.
Marshal of Cordele Ga.
*; v • wet! i"-u an
• <• ca:i ; . .1. Kicilw»m(i.
we .: Sanitary condition
very etiiniier of eonviets in
tins camp, HS. whom we find well
fed -mi properly cared for.
We have examined the books of
To all whom it may concern:
The appraisers appointed to set apart
and assign a years support aud furni
ture out of the estate of Harr sou
Schofield, late of said county deceased
for Mrs. D. P. Aikens, formerly Mrs.
D. P. Schofield and her miuor chil
dren to-wit: Mary E. Grimaley, Au
gustus A, Virgil S, Alice L. ?, Ruby
L; \Y alter C. and Jno. B. Schofield mi
nor children of said Harrison Schofield
deceased, have filed their return in my
office a6 required by law and I will
pass upon the same on Monday, March
This Feb. 27th 1S9?.
J. D. Hargrove.
Ordinary Dooly Co.
Alsoja^ the same time and p’ace the
followingproperty to-wit: ’i he entire
stock ofjjgoods and merchandise con
sisting of drugs, medicines, boltles,
perfumery, notions, cigars, - brushes,
four (4) show cases, one (1) desk and
stools, and one (lfUash re-ister. Also
the fixtures shelving, counters and
drawers, and all other property be
longing to D. L. Cawley contained iu
that certain store room in the Suwanee
House, Cordele, Ga.. situated between
the stores of Pitts & ll'estbrook and
Pate & McKenz e, heretofore occupied
by D. L. Cawley as a drug store. Lev
ied upon as the property Of D. L. Caw
ley by virtue of and to satisfy one
Mortgage fifa issued from Dooly Su
perior Court in favor of D. J. Williams
And W. S. ThviupSoH v. s. D.L. Cawley.
This March 6th 1893.
Agreeably to an order granted by
the Honorable the Court of Ordinary
of said couuty on the 1st Monday in
March 1893. will be sold on the 1st
Tuesday in April 1893, before the enurt |
~ . | cm. ii house door of said county, between the ]
Cav Council of t ordolo against said , | ega | hours of sale to the highest bid- l
J. H , M alden to satis,y two tax hhis | j,, r f or ca »h the following described ’
issued by order of Mayor and City j ou:ll propeltv of lUe estate of Jul-
Council of Cordele one t.fa for theyear J E Peacock, deceased, to-wit: Town
ffiOl the other for the year 892. ]ot evenly six |76) in Block
Also lot No.  in b<ock (3J in saul filtPen (15). situate, lying an 1 being in
City levied on as the property of J L. j th town G ' f Uliad i IIa / G a Bai( ] county
Bell to satisfy a tax fi fa Isr taxes due , and sUte . Thig March 6th 1893.
by said J, L. Bell to said Afayor and j D . L . F. Peacock.
City Council ot Cordele Ga., for the Administrator. 1
year 1891. t
Also lot No.  in block (2] in saidi
City as the property of H. O. Miller to | A VALUABLE OFFER
s **. *«* *»■« w,«i a«. |
Council of Cordele, Ga., tor the year j tieman.
1S Al'so lots [6) to  inclusive in I The world moves and there ie i
block 46 as the property of G, li. Smith | at least one institution that is j
to satisfy a tax fifa in favor of the moving with it. This is the eel
-Mayor and City Council of Cordele and
HEW SHOPS 0? DAVZ3 BE WHIG I
ainst said G.E. Smith for taxes for
* the 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 18 inclusive in
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 a to 9 inclusive
aud 14 to 20 inclusive ,in block 29 lots 1
to 8 inclusive and 10 iu block 33 lots l
2 and 4 to 10 irelusive, in block 34 lots
4 to 10 inclusive iu block 35 levied on
as the property of McMillan & Littie-
ebrated and superbly aquipped
Georgia Business College, of
Macon, Ga., which offers to refund
to any young lady or gentleman
taking a course with them, the full
amount of their tuiton, unless same
proves entirely satisfactory.
Through their -‘Perfected sj-steiu
of Business Practice ‘-,the only one
in the South, students actually
buy, sell and ship goods, making
Oapacify 400 Machines par Daj
I have sold my^C’sliares Bankbtocky
Bank of Corrl.'leacd dir] csifi of all in
interest to and in the same.
J. B. Scott.
Thefirin of Bunkley & Owens Ada,
a., was dissolved by mutual const
j Monday March 6th 1693. And sa.d P.
j J. Bunkley assumed all liabiiiities oi
' said firm.
i This March 21st 1862.
To all whdm'Tt may concern:
!Yhereas. the appraisers app Anted to
set apart and assign a years support
and: furniture lor Mrs. Ardelia S
Woodruff and minor child. M. A.
Woodruff, widow and minor child, of
William A. Woodruff, deceased out of
tlie esiate of said deceased, have filled
their report in my office according to
law and the s ,m ■ will be pasted upon
.in Friday, April 2Slh 1883.
This J/arcii 27.h 1823.
J. D. Hargrc-ye,
Ordinary Dooly Co.
Needing ft tonic, or i hildrcn that want building
ur», \houM take
BHOWIS S lUUN BITTERS.
It is pleasant to l ike. cures .Malaria. Indfecs-
flci, All dcalt-re ke*:# it.
jolm f >r taxes due by them to the May- j payment in genuine College Banks
’ ' r ' c In six weeks, Mr. M. J. Carswell
completed the special 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
struction, wrote 190 words per min
ute, reading and Ty| e—writing
her notes with entire ease. Others
are doing as well, thusdemonsfrat-
or and City Council of Cordele for the j
year 1892 lor which a tax fi fa has been
Also lots 5 to 10 inclusive in block
32 as the property of Lee B. Jones to
satisfy a tax fifa against said Lae B.
Jones in favor of Mayor and City
Council of Cordele for taxes due for
the year 1892.
Aiso No. 2 in block 16 levied on as
the property of Jacob Lewis to satisfy
a tax fi fa in favor of Mayor and City
Council of Cordele for taxes for the
year 1892 against Jacob Lewis.
POB TERMS, ETC., ADDE353
32A77SC2T, O. CKtCiao. I.Ai-
We Soil' he Davis Machine.
TAYLOR &. LASHI25
ing the fact that it no longer
Also lot number 11 in block 2 levied requires from six to twelvemonths GEORGIA Dooly Cou.nti
on as the property of A. J. Hargrove I to : mas ter Book-keeping. Short- ! To ail whom it may c'
to satisfy a tax 11 fa in favor of Mayor ! Teleor-.nhv r,rovid«d vr.n Whereas, a county co
and City Council of Cordeie agaiutt A. J 4 * anft or ‘ P ’ P
J. Hargrove for taxes due for tlie year attend this practical Colli
1892. , stead of the antiquated
Also lots 18. 19 and 20 in block 32,! boo j. institutions,
levied on as the p.operty of 1). B. Fine pC)gilions havs been secur
ed their graduates in every in
Frederick to satisfy one tax fi-fa in fa
vor of Mayor and City Clou cil of Cor-
deie and against D. B. Frederick for
taxes for the year 1892.
Also .ots number 14 15 and 20 in
block 1401evied on as the property of
Gatewood to satibfy a tux fi.fa
against — Gatewood in favor of
Notice is herebv given pursuant to
cil^fSirde'ffiforl^vthatlhave loid and transferred
cil ot l>orc.eie lor ... • f Pn five shares of
Mayor and City council o™uv*e I ^thin tho past ten days five shares of
taxes due upon sa.d lots for the year ^ tock of th ' e Bank of Cor-
1 dele and have disposed of all my inter-
Atso lots number 11 to 14 inclusive ue
n b l°';«- 1 f S lotS \l° 5 inclu3 i ve in est ln ** 6 00 f . ‘ Mrs . Alten Fort,
block 167 levied on as the property of l
H. W. Grady to satisfy a tax fi-fa in!
favor of Mayor and city council of i , ,
Cordele and against H. W. Grady for: If yOll X66X U3&rJ
taxes due upon said lots for the year a rxd all torn Out take
Also lots 17 and 18 in[block 10 levied 1 BROWN ’ S IRON B11 i ERo.
text of the State of Georgia,
j in pursuance cf rr.y
i Judge of said Court amT
j -e- of the Cods of 1882
First Wednesdays in eac
the days on which said cd
its monthly sessions, b?
the First Wednesday in
do further appoint the fi
days in February, May,
November of each y ear as l
which said, court will hold’i'c?
ly sessions beginning with
Wednesday in May 1S93. I Wi
an office at the Court House i
said county where ml ; a._
&e of the County Court will
iVo cases will be rued until
from this data.
This January 23rd 1893.
U. V. Wniri