THROUGH THE COU| TY.
Life in Bartow County | Por
trayed by Corresponds s.
The News of the Crops, Deaths, riages
and Other Matters of Impoi j ace
to Our County Readers, f
Mrs. J. G. Me Reynolds, of] ehes
ville, Tex., is on a visit to rej tives.
Mr. Thos. Johnson and ladinspent
a pleasant day in Rome lasi Mon
We recognize with sorrt y the
death of Mrs. H. Smith, daug ter of
our valued neighbor Mr. A. € Trim
ble, which occurred last Sal irday.
In doing homage to the occs ion a
large delegation from the illage
and surrounding county fo [owed
the remains to the Poplar Ipring
cemetery, where the burial took
At 5 o’clock Monday mdrning,
Nov. 26th, Rev. T. M. Cased sud
denly met death. Though! not
identified in a public way, but lead
ing a quiet life, he seemed to have
held the respect and good will of
most everyone. Friends and rela
tives paid the last sad funeral rites
at the Oothcaloga burial grounds,
where the interment took place.
Avery narrow escape from death
was that to the account of one of
Mr. Jos. Gardner’s children last
week. It’s rescue from the horns
of an infuriated cow. The wounds
made, while painful, are not fatal,
as first supposed.
An alliance warehouse will go up
before many moons. And Whit
worth, the saw mill man, wants to
put a sash, door and blind manu
factory in the vacant factory. The
owners of the latter seem some
what liberal in their figures offered.
This is as it should be.
Capt. Fulton, a non partisan in
what some might term the combine
for selecting a school teacher here,
opens his school first Monday in
Dr. 11. K. Main and wife, of Dal
ton, spent a day or so with us re
Miss Louella Johnson has re
turned from a visit to Calhoun.
Miss Kate Alexander, of Calhoun,
is with the Misses Johnson.
Mr. Jot. Camp, of Rome, has been
One of our well known farmers
was in town last week with a 45
calibre pistol dangling from his
side awaiting the arrival of his an
tagonist. As the latter was not
seen by him no blood was spilled.
Millard Boyd now rides his best
girl in a pretty wagon drawn by a
goat of faultless disposition.
Mr. J. P. Dyer’s new store Will
soon hold his new stock. The pave
ment in front adds greatly to its
looks and convenience. A cabinet
containing lock boxes for his post
office department will be ordered
Six ladies and four gentlemen
were intiatcd into the oracles of
masonry in our lodge lately. The
former could be only partly taken
in because they were not permitted
to look any farther forward without
a telescope than the “Eastern Star.”
However, as a substitute for those
that couldn’t swallow the whole
craft of masonry in one round,
some side degrees were given by
Dr. Main. Every one seemed to
have a gay time.
The wheat crop seems to be mov
ing along nicely, but then it stands
in mortal dread of the fearful
threats made by two or three differ
ent mowing machines next sum
mer, that each one is the best.
Printers ink at that time will show
plainly how the records stand, ami
at the same time the ill health of
some whieh promotes such bicker
ings, and a greedy appetite to prim
nothing but what suits them.
The cotton crop is short here, as
elsewhere, but the lint is a very
Our farmers seem to be sowing
more wheat than usual.
Thanksgiving day was not observ
ed with much ceremony in coun
try districts, still the farmers’ heart
Vs generally a very contented and
thankful one all the year ’round.
The belles of Cedar Creek pluck
the snowy fleece all the week, and
turn out on Sunday evening osten
sibly to sing, but from a glimpse we
had of a corner court scene, for the
purpose of laying siege to the un
wary hearts of our few remaining
bachelors. We trust the “scions of
law” are not proof against such
Miss Mattie Farris, from near
C assville, is spending some time
with Misses Emma and Minnie
Miss Leila Boulineau has return
ed from a long visit to Savannah.
We are pleased to welcome her
Miss Anna Rhodes has returned
from a pleasant and protracted
visit to South Carolina.
A little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Anderson had her hand badly
cut last week. She and a little son
of Mr. Biddy were splitting pine,
vhe placing the pieces on a block,
failed to get her hand away,
he brought the full blow of the axe
down, cutting her hand through
just above where the fingers join.
Mrs. Anderson had the wonderful
presence of mind to hold the woun
ded hand till a doctor could be sum
moned, a period of over six hours,
owing to this fact the wound is
not healing rapidly.
A sad incident occurred near here
last Tuesday. A little son of J. W.
Patman was found dead. The lit
tle fellow was playing in the cotton
house with a little baby sister, who
is too young to know how it hap
pened. They had been eating
parched corn and it is supposed
must have sucked a grain down the
wind pipe or had jumped from the
joist and broken his neck.
Mrs. Tom Edwards died near
Pleasant Valley Friday, of consump
The “literary bee” will meet at
Mrs. Darby’s Saturday night.
This is rather a gloomy time
News scarce. Yet everybody seems
happy, looking forward to brighter
The iron ore boom seems to be
looming up again.
Cotton about all gathered and
Some of our town folks attended
the conference in Cedartown.
Among them were Mr. Copp and
family and Captain James F. Mar
tin. They were all highly pleased
with the services, but every one
seems to regret having to give up
our former pastor. We hope the
present one will endear himself to
the people as did Mr. Lowe.
We noticed in town last week
Rev. T. M. White, of Thompson,
Ga. Glad to have him in our midst
again, if it was but a short time,
also Mr. Jefferson, of Atlanta, the
guest of Rev. T. W. Edwards.
Mrs. Raniey, of Kingston, was in
the settlement talking up a school.
We heard she was very successful.
Hope she will build up a good
school at this place, for it is the one
Mr. McPherson, of Bt. Louis, was
in town last Monday. Quite a
number of drummers stop at our
little town, which speaks well for
the little business done at this
As we think this will be our last
correspondence this side of anew
year, we wish the Courant-Ameri
can officials a merry Christmas.
Mr. L. C. Franks is improving his
Rev. E. S. Cass has moved to our
Mr. Win. Heath is building anew
residence for himself.
Mrs. Dr. Darnell, of Talking
Rock, Ua., is visiting relatives and
Mrs. O. C. Bradford has been
quite sick, but we hear her health
is much improved.
“Some” blockade whisky man
will get into trouble one of these
Prof. Pettit, of Cartecay, (5a., is
teaching at Oak Hill.
Miss Mattie Donald is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Harris, of Rome.
Band meeting at Pine Log every
Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Property bought at the Schooler
sale, as a rule, brought full value.
The cotton failure, especially the
high price of cotton seed, lias so
frightened the boys that all inten
ded marriages, 1 suppose, are post
poned. Some of them, it is thought,
Some few rows and sometimes a
thing closely allied to a tight.
Nobody much hurt and believing
all parties will much regret distur
bances of this sort, we suppress
names and particulars.
Tom Edo ah.
Rey. J. M. White, on his return
from conference, paid a visit to his
devoted friends ami ardent admi
rers in Grassdale. He was looking
well, and seemed much pleased with
his appointment to Milledgeville.
The charge to which he was sent
should consider itself fortunate in
securing a preacher so talented, and
one who as a pastor never fails to
win the affections of his people.
On last Sunday night the services
of the prayer meeting were con
ducted at Bonnie Brook, the resi
dence of Mr. G. R. Gibbons, at which
there were in attendenee between
fifty and sixty persons.
While extending a cordial wel
come to our new pastor Rev. J. M.
Lowery, we part with Rev. T. J.
Lowe witli most kindly feeling, and
hope he may meet with success and
happiness in the new field of labor
to which he goes. He leaves many
warm friends here.
Mrs. Carrie Hill Ii van lias returned
home to the delight of her many
Mrs. S. L. Pittard is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Burret, in .Summer
Maj. and Mrs. Renfroe have re
turned home from a pleasant visit
Miss Alice Renfroe left on Mon
day for an extended visit to Sanders
ville and Hawkinsville. Bhe was
accompanied by Miss Ida Watson
who returns to her home in Haw
kinsville. Miss Watson has greatly
endeared herself to her friends in
Grassdale, who regret to have her
We are glad to hear that Mr.
Robert Saxon has returned from
The friends of Rev. P. E. Hawkins
will be greatly pleased to know he
has improved in health.
“What are the wild waves saying”
“Clove?” A. B. C.
A WOMAN’S DISCOVERY.
“Another wonderful discovery has
been made and that too by a lady in this
county. Disease fastened its dutches
upon her and for seven years she with
stood its severe tests, but her vital or
gans were undermined and death seem
ed imminent. For three months she
coughed incessantly and could not
sleep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr.
King’s Now Disesvery for consumption
and was so much relieved on taking tirst
dose that she slept all night and with
one bottle has been miraculously cured.
Her name is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus
writes W. C. Hamrick A Cos., of Shelby,
N. C. Hot a free trial bottle at J. it.
Wikle it Co.’s drug store. mch7-ly
J. R. Wikle it Cos. carried no old goods
over from last season, consequently
everything they have is fresh and
A Proclamation Issued by the Cherokee
The following unique proclama
tion was issued some days ago and
a copy sent to the governor’s office:
“As our forefathers when nature's
children of the forest, in pursuit of game
around the the council lire, in simplicity
did give praise and thanks to the “Great
Spirit in their yearly mystic “Green
corn dance,”for the return of liis great
gift to them—the “Indian corn” —now
today, as a Christain nation of people,
it is but meet that the Cherokee people
should give thanks to the Christian’s
God for his continued protection of our
tribe in the enjoyment of their govern
ment and homes, and that, through the
many'trials we have been compelled to
pass. Ho has continued to bless our peo
ple. It is hut proper that we, as a na
tion, should pause an#f give earnest
thanks to God that we have been per
mitted to live in the enjoyment of this
life, and the peace and prosperity that
surrounds us. Now, therefore, I, J. B.
Mayes, Principal Chief of the Cherokee
Nation, do issue this, my proclamation,
to the Cherokee people, asking that you
set apart Thursday,the 28th day of No
vember, as a day of thanksgiving; that
you assemble at your usual places of
worship and give thanks to God, and
beseech him to bless us once more and
shield us from the dangers that sur
round us, and earnestly ask him to let
us live, as other nations and states
around us, in the full enjoyments of the
gifts that he has given us. Given under
my hand at Tahlequah,CherokeeNation,
on this, tho 18th day of November, A D,
1889. J. B. Mays, Principal Chief,
The documents is regarded as
something of a curiosity by the
Strickland A Bro. are selling the best
pickles, sour and sweet, the linest brands
of mince meat, codfish, edam and pine
apple cheese, imported olives and maca
roni, French sardines and a thousand
varieties of tomato catsups and sauces.
A beautiful line of tiox paper and all
kinds fancy stationery, especially for the
Holidays at Wiklo’s Drug Store.
A Happy Marriage.
Miss Kate Gilbert, of this city,
and Mr. R. J. Williams, of Cedar
town, were married last Tuesday.
The ceremony was performed by
Rev. J. S. Hillhouse, pastor of the
The happy couple left on the
afternoon train for Cedartown,
which will be their future home.
They carry with them the best of
wishes of a large number of friends.
The bride is a young lady of many
personal attractions and will adorn
tin* home over which she will pre
side. The groom is a young man
who is well worthy of the prize he
has won. He is a telegraph opera
tor and is manager of the office at
Cedartown. The Courant-Ameri
ean joins their many friends in ex
We are selling 20 pounds new crop rice
for *I.OO. Also 20 plugs good tobacco for
*l-00. E. St hick i, an i> A Jiao.
The Work of the (Jin.
Last Monday morning Mr. Mar
tin Doyal, who stays on the Harris
farm, met with a most painful ac
cident. While feeding the gin his
clothing caught in the saws and his
rigid arm was drawn thereto, terri
bly lacerating the flesh and mus
cles of the arm. Tin* wound bled
profusely. Brs. Baker and Young
dressed the injured parts and it is
hoped to save the arm from ampu
I.OST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Tuesday, December a ha'f .Jersey
cow, white stripe down the face, dark
Jersey color, with somewhite under the
body, large V shaped notch cut from
side of ears, medium s!se; large bag and
teats, and a fine mllkrr. Suitable re
ward if returned to Frank McKenna,
Death of Mik. Henderson.
Lust Friday, surrounded l>y her
children, grand-children and other
relatives, Mrs. Elizabeth Hender
son died at her home near Eulmr
!ee. Her death came unexpectedly
as she had not been ill but for a few
days and nothing serious was
thought of it. She was laid to rest
in the family burial ground near
her home on Saturday, after a fit
ting and appropriate funeral ser
Mrs. Henderson was one of the
oldest citizens of Bartow county,
having resided at the home in
which she died for fifty-six years.
She was ninety years of age on the
12th of last April and was a most
faithful and consistent member of
the Presbyterian church. She left
six children, a large number of
grand-children and many friends
to mourn their loss. She was the
mother of Messrs. J. It. and Thomas
Henderson, of the seventeenth dis
trict, and Mrs. Attaway, of this
city. The three other children re
side in Mississippi. They have the
sincere sympathy of all in their
[Extract, Special Orders No. 1.1
We are willing to hear personal testi
mony to tho efficacy and value of Hood’s
Sarsaparilla, which we have been ad
vertising some years in our paper, hav
ing used it for blood impurities with
great success. It is a preparation of
standard merit, made of perfectly pure
ingredients, and thoroughly effective in
cleansing and purifying the system.
For eruptions, boils, etc., it can be relied
upon every time. Our own experience
with it has been most gratifying, and
we are glad to give it this endorsement.
—Athol (Mass) Transcript, tl 2nd w dec
M. F. Word lias a few pocket-books to
give away. Buy 80c, worth or more, of
holiday goods, only a few. Go early.
If you don’t buy, M. F. Word will not
get mad hut will lie glad to show you
his elegant line of presents. You will he
Gone to His Rest.
Mr. Nelson Gilreath, Sr., one of
Cartersville’s oldest citizens, died
at his home on Main street last
Sunday afternoon. He was buried
in Oak Hill cemetery on Monday, a
large number of friends and rela
tives following the remains to their
last resting place. The funeral ser
vices were conducted by Rev. W.
11. Cooper, pastor of the Baptist
Mr. Gilreath was in his eighty
second year. He was for a long
number of years a prominent figure
in the business circles of Carters
ville. He sold goods here long be
fore the war and continued until a
few years ago. He at one time was
at the head of the largest mercan
tile house in Cartersville. He was
a faithful member of the Baptist
Mr. Gilreath has been in bad
health for quite a long time and his
death was no surprise, though it
was sincerely mourned. He leaves
a wife and a number of children,
who have the sympathy of all.
TO PROSPECTIVE GAS CONSUMERS.
The Gas Light Company are prepared
to do gas fitting, and furnish chandeliers
to properly equip your stores and homes
on more reasonable terms than can he
given by any other firms. We are inter
ested over any other parties in doing
this work well, to prevent leakage, com
plaint, loss of time, etc. We are here
and if anything goes wrong with our
work, you can easily seo us and have it
The quality of the gas is superior and
the price very reasonable. Estimates as
to the cost of fitting houses furnished by
the superintendent, Wm. B. Miller,
Come and seo us, price our goods and
take a chance free at those beautiful
prizes. This is not a mere advertise
ment or a scheme to get you in our
store. It is one way we have of show
ing our appreciation of your liberal pat
ronage for the year 1889. Remember
tlie place. WiUle’s drug store, next to
On Thursday afternoon last at
the residence of Mr. F. Randolph
Walker, near Cass Station, Mr. J.
Pink Walker and Miss Emma Stipe
were married, Rev. J. W. Stipe per
forming the ceremony. Miss Stipe
is the daughter of Rev. J. W. Stipe,
who was pastor of the Kingston
circuit several years ago. Siie lias
quite a number of acquaintances
and friends in the county, all who
know her to be a young lady pos
sessing many admirable qualities
and worthy of the love and esteem
of the one who has been so fortun
ate as to win her. Mr. Walker is
well known in the county. He is
one of the foremost farmers of his
section and is a young man of ex
cellent character and sterling
worth. Their many friends wish
for them a long, happy and success
ful journey through life.
The firm heretofore existing under the
name and style of Christian & Freeman,
publishers of the Cartersville Courant-
Ameriean, is this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. Either of the late firm is
authorized to signthe firm name in clos
ing up outstanding accounts.
As it is important that the books of
the firm lie closed up, we earnestly ask
all those indebted to us to call at the
office and settle their accounts at the
earliest possible day.
D. B. Freeman.
November 9, ’B9. 30d
JHS. P. JON6S,
The Regulator of Low Prices,
WILL MOVE INTO THE LARGE STORE ON THE CORNER NOW OCCUPIED
BY MOON & MAYS. ON
On First Day of January, 1890.
N ORDER TO REDUCE my stock before moving I will sell regardless of cost
everything in the way of
Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Overcoats,
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS, LADIES’ UNDERWEAR, DRESS GOODS, &e.
Don’t fail to come if you want to buy goods at prices never before heard of in
Men’s Cassimere Overcoats, $1.75.
“ , “ “ $2.95.
Mens Broadcloth Pants, $1.95, worth $4.00.
Men’s all wool Corkscrew Suits, $5, worth $9.00.
Men’s Fine Fur Hats, $1.15, worth $2.50.
Men’s all wool Cardigan Jackets, $1.25, worth $3.00.
I)HKSS 6001)8 !
All wool Henrietta, 38 inches wide, 37worth 60c.
All wool extra fine quality Tricot, 40c. per yard, worth 65c.
Striped Flannel, very fine quality, 45c., worth 75e.
We haven’t space to give prices of only a few of our many bargains, but rest
assured that the prices on everything are way below all competition.
Yours to Command,
JAS. P. JONES,
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OFFICE OF ORDINARY BARTOW COUNTY
—Cartersville, Ga., Nov. 6th, 1889. At an
election held in and for the 1423d district, G. M.
of Bartow county, on Saturday, October 2tth,
I*B9, upon the question of “ForVence,” or “For
Stock I .aw,” the following is the result, of said
election, as certified to me by the ’managers
thereof, to wit:
For Stock Law received 43 votes.
For Fence, “ 31 votes.
Majority for Stock J.aw 12 votes.
And this is declared as the reagfll, as provided by
law ; and said stock law will become of force and
effect in said district on and after May 13th, IKiM),
being six months after the publication of this
notice in the Cartersville Conrant American
G. W HENDRICKS, Ordinary,
(~1 BORGIA—BARTOWCOjUNTY.—J. H. \V \L-
Y dr up has applied for exemption of person
alty and setting apart and valuation of home
stead. anti 1 will pass upon the same at lu o'clock
on the 2d day of January, 1890, at my office. This
December 4, 1889. G. \\\ HENDRICKS, Ordinary.
VfOTK’E TO DEBTORS \ND CRED
1. s ITOKS.—AII persons Indebted to the estateor
H. H Holmes, deceased, are notified to make
Immediate payment, and all persons having
claims against said H. H. Holmes are notified to
file same properly made out to the undersigned,
as provided by law. Payments may be made'to
and claims filed with .1. H. Holmes, my dulv con
stituted attorney in fact. This sth November,
ISB9- JESSE J. HOI.MES,
Executor of H, H. Holineß, deceased.
(■jTEOKGIA, BAUTOW CO.— To all whom it
X may concern : William C. Baker has in due
Inis applied to the undersigned for letters of ad
ministration de bonis non on the estate of Jesse
Baker, late oi said county, deceased, and shows
by said application that said estate is not fully
administered and is unrepresented. I will pass
upon the said application on the first Monday in
January next. Given under my hand and olti'eial
signature this December 2nd, ljsfiii.
Q. W, HENDRICKS. Ordinary.
Valuable Farm for Sab*.
By virtue of the power vested in the
undersigned by the wid of J. A. Howard,
late of said county, deeeased, we will sell
at private sale, the following property,
to-wit: The farm now occupied byt’has.
M. Howard, containing 120 acres, more
or less, 5 miles west of Cartersville, on
the new Kingston road. About 75 acres
cleared and in good state of cultivation;
balance well timbered. Improvements,
3 room frame dwelling house, well fin
ished, good stables and outhouses. This
land lies level and is valuable for all
farming purposes. Avery desirable
place, good neighborhood. Terms and
price on application to the undersigned.
CIIAS. M. HOWARD,
JAS. M. HOWARD,
Executors J. A. Howard, deceased.
This I.3th Nov., 1889.
Bartow Sheriff* s Sales.
f N EORGIA, BARTOW COUNTY —Will be sold
\ Y before the court house door in Cartersville.
Bartow County, Ga., on the first Tuesday in
January, 1890, between the legal hours of sale,
the following described property, to-wit:
Lots of land No. six hundred and sixty-six
(000) and twenty five(2s)acres moreorlcss on the
south side of lot No. six hundred and thirty-one
(631 all in the 17th district and 3rd section of
Bartow county, Georgia. Levied on and will be
sold as the property of Aaron Porter to satisfy
four Justice Court fl. fas. from the Justice Court
of the 851st district, G. M., of said county, in fa
vor of W. B. W. Lceke against said Aaron
Porter. Levy made and returned to me by C. T.
Leeke, L.C. Said defendant Porter in possession
of said property and notified of the levy.
Also at the same time and place, Lots of land
Nos. four hundred and forty-eight (448) and four
hundred and eighty-eight (488) and four
hundred and eighty-nine (489), in the 17th dis
trict and 3rd section of Bartow county, Ga. Lev
ied on and will be sold as the property of H. J.
Wade to satisfy one Bartow Superior Court fl.fa.
in favor of The Singer Manufacturing Company j
vs. H. J. Wade. Property pointed out by plain
Also at the same time and place the south half
of lot of land number two hundred and seventy
six (276), and all of lot of laud number three hun
dred (300) exirept twelve acres off of the south
part of said last named lot, both said lots lying
and being in the 17tli district and 3rd section of
Bartow county, Ga., all levied on and will be sold
as the property of J. I. Gore to satisfy one Jus
tices court fl fa from 851st district, G. M.. said
county, in favor of W. A. Gillam vs. J. I. Gore,
property in possession of defendant. Levy made
and returned to me by 11. J. Wade, L. C.
Also at same time and place one house and lot
in the town of Kingston in the 16th district and
3rd section of Bartow county, Georgia, contain
ing four acres more or less. Said lot being the
house and lot whereon the said Elbert Adams re
sided on April 12th, 1887. Levied on and will he
sold as the property of Elbert Adams to satisfy
one Bartow Superior court mortgage fl fa in
favor oi Marie T. Gilmm, Executrix of W. A.
Gillam. deceased, vs. said Eli-erf Adams. Prop
erty pointed out in said mortgage fl fa.
Also at the same time and place lots of land
numbers six hundred and thirty-two (632) six
hundred and sixty-nine (669), six hundrtd and
seventy (670), six hundred and seventy-five (675)
and six hundred and ninety-nine (699). each con
taining 40 acres more or less, lying in the 17th
district and 3rd section of Bartow county, Ga.
Levied ou and will be sold as the property of
Noah Blakely to satisfy a fl fa issued from the
justice court of the 851st district. G. M., of said
county in favorofthe Georgia Chemical Works
vs. Noah Blakely, Levy made and returned to
me by F. G. Nelson, L. C.
Also, at the same time and place, the follow
ing property, to-wit: Four mules, two of them a
dun color ; the others, one a bay and the other
a black ; two two-horse wagons and harness, fif
teen hundred bushels of lime, more or less;
blacksmith s tools, to-wit: one bellows, one an
vil, one vise, six pairs of tongs, one hammer, one
horse-shoe box and hammer, four crow-bars,
seven stone-hammers, two picks, seven long-han
dle shovels, one clock, one pair scales, ftvescoops,
four steel drills, two lime forks, one cld one-horse
wagon, one old sorrel horse. ±lso, lots of land
Noa. 565 and 5416, located in the fourth district
and third section of Bartow county. Georgia
each of said lots of land containing forty acres,
more or less; also, ten acres of land, more or
less, bought by Ladd and Peck from N. M. Crock
ett, and which is bounded on the south by the
right of way of the Cherokee Railroad; on the
west by the property of Thomas J*- !!
the east b.v the property of John S. Leake and
on the north b.v the property of the Al '„‘ r .,
Dime Works, or that part of said propert'
bought of John S. Brake, also lot of land No u9l
containing forty acres more or 'ess—-ail of said
property located in the fourth district '
section of Bartow coanty. Georgia. at the time
it was levied on by O. D. 1-ranks deputy sheriff
of said county, os the mh day of February. IW.
in the property of A. C. Dadd, one of the de
fendants ill ii. fa to satiety a fl. fa issued
issued from the Superior (ourt of said
county, in favor of Georace J. Briant- vs. Styles
peck A. C. Dadd and I' H. Bond —ail of said
property levied on and will he sold as the prop
erty of said A. C. Dadd, one of the in
said ti. fa. to satisfy said fl. fa.
W W EGBERTS, Sheriff.
H. B. MAX WEBB, Deputy Sheriff.