I he Search-Light.
BAIUBRIDGE, FEB. 9, 11*01.
Mr. K A. Munwell, of Calvary was in
the city Wednesday.
Mr. D. Cnrrvi of Climax was in the
city one day this week.
Mr. M .1. Horn.of Denser, was in the
pity Monday of this week.
Mr. T. .1. Mills, of Whighatn, was ii
• the city Thursday on business.
Mr. Ham LafiM»ter, of Wlii^hain, spent
Kniidny litre with hif) parents.
M \ J. H. Thomas, of Fowltown, was
in o city Tuesday of this week,
Mr. W. B. .Spence, of Facevilie, war
in the uity on bncines* Wednesday.
Mr. Berry Curry, a prominent cittern
of Climax district, was ir. the city Wed
Messrs. J. W. Bolton, I. T. Clarkeaud
H A. George, of Iron City, were in town
Messrs. B. C. Thomas and J. L. Don'
alson. of'Attapnlgus, were in town Turn
day oil business.
Mr. W. K. Atwater, a prosperous farm
*'r of Dell, was a welcome vi-itor to tbl
Mrs. Chester, of Wli'ghnra, is visiting
the family of Mr. T. B. Maxwell ot.
Miss Nola Maxwell has been visiting
tneiob ai.d relatives in and near Whig-
hatti Il is wyek.
Miss Christine Qretumer lias returned
liome from a pleasant visit to Miss Bestie
Peebles at Lime Smk.
Mr. Matthews, the clever repre-
sent,alive of Pierce Bros., of Columbus
was in the city this week.
Mr. J. L. Peebles, of Lime Sink, was
in the uity Thursday. Mr. Peebles re
ports things lively in his section.
Mr. H. C. Allen returned the first, of
the week from a business trip to Floiida
where lie has considerahleland interests.
Mr. J■ A. B. Cirswell, form rly of tin's
city but now of Augusta, was shaking
hands with hia many friends here this
Mr, Jno. E. Gibsou, traveling repre-
s rfitative of the Macon Telegraph, u as
in the city this week in the interest of
that progressive daily.
T*1 icK Lillian Saunders who has been
v siting hei brother Mr. J. T. .Saunders
o’ FuirnhUds. passed through the city
Thursday anionite tft her home in Nor-
FOWLTOWN DOTS. j
Mr. D. E. Brown went over to Bain
Mr. P. G. Brinson prssed through
Wednesbay enroute to Bain bridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Griffin enter
tained a number of their friends very
pleasantly Tuesday night.
The Stuart LumherCompany are hav
ing several new tennut housoserected on
their property sooth of the railroad.
We are glad to note the improved
health of Uncle George Fnnberhurk who
has heen quite uuwell foV a number ot
The public school here is progressing
nicely and our people appear very much
please! with the present management.
Thev hope to build up a still larger school
here next session. ,
Mr. J. C Parrott has accepted a posi
tion with Mr. J. H. Brinson in his livery
•table business and will likely have con
trol of his Baiubridge stalbe. His faun-
DECATUR SHERIFF SALE.
Will be sotil before tiro court I’onie floor tn
rtiilubrldae.iionrals.on tltc first Tuesday in
March next-, finrli'g the legal hours or sale
tie rollnwliiKilcscribcd piopd-tv to wit:
All of lots of limit No. one tinmlreJ and
cirluy-one (181) anil three hundred nml for
IV-six (»l«) in the tlftiemh district nf Doci’-
tur roiinty, ouch containing two liuiiareu
nml ftrtv (2S(t) acres moreor less. Also, none
hull mutlviileddiitcrcst In one lmndrid ami
three (lfil) Here* of land off of lot No. two
hundred and nineteen rllwj In the the fif
teenth district and known n» the Scoit hinds,
noun led on the north by binds nf Bell Keu-
tou, west by Kilnt Itivor, aouMi by propel ty
formerly nwmd by H F. rchlitian now by
K. 1.. Bruce and 81k Nussbnuin, ami tiro
i;raves brick yard, and cast by Albany road,
aud levied on ns the property of Sig Nu»s-
litinm to aattsfv a fi fa tn my hands In favor
of the Mutual Building Loan and Investment
Vo„ v*.Sig NuSsbauui , _
A. W,Foki»iam, Sheriff.
Mary Guy luivInstSiiyfe aplillcatlon for
twelve months auppnrtjOnl of the estate of
lterry Gny,and apprutafaednlv appointed to
set spurt tile same IiftyU'g'fl'ed their returns
all person* are hei ebyireqntted to show cause
before the Court of (ffdlnuryVif said county,
on the first Monday fn March rent, whv «ald
application should not bo granted. This Feb,
4th, 1901. T. H. MAXWELL,\rdimiry.
N RULE NISI IN DEi’A
f tj: k soi'K n l o r
T. E. Garland
DECATUR SUPERIOR COURT,
NOVEMBER TERM, MW
iy, though, will.remain here.
Mr. Jno. I. Robison informs us that he
has about completed the residence on Joa5£ roid g j!lA o'.
Wainhurst avenue, next door to Mr. H. J
(1. Barrett's. The building will be occu-1 fi aUl G. W. Kag.ui a mortgage u» certuli
pied by Mr. W. W. MoCully and family. I I *AnVhat > tract or jrarcef of hlnd lying and
A large number of our people attended ' *’ ln *-‘ n
preaching at Pine Grove last Sunday.
Among them were Mr. J. .1.'Archer and
family, Mis* Fannie Martin and Mrs Tul-
ly. Mr. Olif Siras and Miss Evelyn Piper.
We understand that there is a strong
probability of the establishment, of a
Knights of Pythess Lodge at this place.
Several Knights iu the neighborhood arc
behind the movement and negotiations
for the use of a hall are now pending,
The meeting of the Kpworth League
at Rev. Mr. Piper's was not well attend
ed and it was decided to postpone the
regular election to n date to heannounc
ed later. The old officers will he expect
ed to hold oyer until a uew corps are He
Mr. John Shannon, of this place, who
was married last, week to one of Lowndes
Bounty's charming young ladies, has re
turned and he and tiis happy bride are
receiving the congratulations of their
friends at this point.
February 8, 1901. Miss
Mix G. P Wood, of Attapnlgus, was
here Youday on business.
Mr. Pat Speight and Miss Lucy Dick-
inM.ni were here Monday shopping
Mr. T. E Speight, of Ft. Gaines, is
down at his plantation for a short while.
Mrs. Colwell and Mrs. Folsom went out
calling Tuesday alternoon in I he country.
Madam Rumor says listen for the wed
ding bells soon if the halt keeps rolling.
Mr. aud Mrs. 1. B Griffin went ove-
in Itaiobridge Monday afternoon shop-
Mr. Jim Bi.11. of Qiinty. Fla., spent
the day here Hunan}. Jim n u ‘ be pros |
Mr. Gaines aud Miss Kellie Bruce, of
Baiutiridge, gave our city apop call Mon
Rev. Mr. Melvev, the Presbyterian
minister, was here Tuesday shaking
hand with his friends. •
Miss Vera ltawls left for Quincy Suu-
. J »y where she will spend several weeks
w Ti Visse- May Hnd Girirude Thomas.
Mr. W. E. Smith, accompanied by hi*
.daughter, Miss Ola, Passed through beie
Tuesday enroute for Baiubridge on busi
Curry street is being cleaned up now.
Oue of Post Master Wall’s children has
been quite sick for several days.
The farmers iu this part of theoouuty
have begun their plowing.
Mr N, C. Bell has recently purchase!
a nice new piano.
Mr. Bledsoe, the pinuo and organ agent,
has been visiting this place for several
Mr. Wade Cox has about completed
his new store house at thijs^fid.ioo.
H. C. Bean i* having new dwelling
house built on Broad street which will
be f< r rent.
My. Hinson hys a lot ol' timber boxed
around Climax. He is a hustling turpen
Mr A. J. IVulock has been improving
Prof, Lacky went tc Bain bridge Sat
urday. H > is a good teacher aud gives
p r ect tis etion.
I There wui be prayer meeting at- llit
, c J > fp«bvreriau church eyery Wednesday
■ ...iss Annie Curry went to Baiubndg*
' A wedding occurred about three mile-
east of this place yesterday the bride be
ing only hfieeu years of ago,
Our school is increasing rapidly, then
being about sixty pupils enrolled n> w.
Climax. Ga . Feb. 8. SCHOOL Hoy.
Georgia, part of lots of laud No*.au7,erm talc
ing slxtv-tivo audoiie-halfacroson tliosouth
went, commencing four acres from the
south-west corner, said parcel of laud being
in the north-west, of said lot; and sixty acres
of lot on the west side of lot No. ( mis) three
hundred aud ninety eight In the tilth District
of Decatur county, Georgia; .and one hun
dred and thirty-three acres on the oust side
of lot No S«1 in the county of Decatur, state
of Georgia, for tl.e purpose of securing the
payment of two certain promissory notes,
dated Cairo, Ga., Nov. 1st, 18114, for thesum of
One Hundred and Fifty-eight Dollars aud
Seventy-five cents each, made by the said T.
E. Garland, payable to u. W. Ragan or bearer
with interest after Nov. 1st, ISM, at the ra<e
of sight per cent per annum, and ten per
cent of principal an J interest as attorney’s
fees, which said Defendant refuses to pay;
It Is therefore ordered that the sn,d T. E.
Garland pay Into this Court,on or before the
first day of the next term, the principal and
Interest due on said notes, and the costs of
suit; or In default thereof, tlie Court will
proceed as to Justice shall appertain.
Aud It is further ordered, thatthla Rule be
served on said defendant T. E. Garland or
his special ugent-or attorney, three months
yreviutis to the next tern, of this Court.
tv. N Spence,
Judge Superior court.
A true extract from the Minutes,
C. W. Wimoehuey, Clerk.
Dbcatuk Superior (’ourr, M w Term mkki:
It Appearing to the Cuiirt that the Defend-
ant In the within case does not reside in the
county ot Decatur, but resides in the state
of Florida, It Ison motion of Plaintiff's coun
sel ordered that service of the within rule
nisi he perfected on the said Defendant by
publication according to Isa rhls Mavfflrd
lWKI. 'V. N. Spfcvcr, Judge 8. C. ii. 0,
lly the Court, 0. W. Vi iMauKLEV, Clerk.
D. C. MAXWELL
J. B. DOLLAR
1 HULL NISI IN DKCA-
J.T-K Surwtiou court,
) Not. Term, Ifloo.
GEORGl A— Decatur County.
It appearing to the Court by petition of Li
C. Maxwell flmt J. I!. Dollar, on tlielltli day
of January, man, executed and delivered to
toe Hank of Tiionmsvlllo a mortgage on cor
.lain lands in Decatur county, jo-wit: Om
I hundred and ton acres of lam!, bcinu- a pant
I of the east half of lot number three hundred
anti throe iu the sixteenth district of Dean
lur county, Gil., tor the purpose of securing
the payment of a certain jironnssoi-y not,'
made by the said J. it. CoTar, at principal,
and D. C. Maxwell lynd J.(I.Coue,a' , SUU‘ttes,
dated January lllli IIXXI, and due Ost istUKJO,
payable to the Batik of Thoinusrillc, with ir.
invest after maturity at tho rate of cigh*
per cent, po* annum', and ton per cent, of
principal and Interest us Attorney’s tecs
which said nole and mor gage have boon
duly assigned end transferred, to due course,
of trade to U. c. Maxwell, winch said mite
the slid Defendant refuses ro pay.
It is therefor'.’ordered that the sold J. I!.
Dollar pay Into this court on or before the
first day of the next term, the prbietpul and
iiUerext due on said note, and the costs ol
suit, or tn default thereof, the Court will
proceed ns tojustlc shall appertain.
And It is I urther ordered mat this rule bo
published in the Uaiubuldgu Democrat and
se.irtch Light, two newspapers published in
Decatur County, once a inouth for four
months,or served on ’he said Defendant, J,
U. Dollar, or his special agent ot attorney,
liree months previous to tho uoxt term ol
-IllsCourt. W.N Spkkce,
Judge Superior Court
Whittle & Dasher say they are prepar.
ed to do hll kind* of hlaek-siuith work
and will repair'and build buggies and
wagons. 'I wio Newt.
Fowltown, Ga., Feb. 8th. 1801.
DECATUR SHEKDT- SAi:E.
GEORG I A—Decatur County :
Will be sold berorethe court house door iu
the city of null.bridge, Dccutnr county,
Georgia, on tile til st 1 ue.sday ill March next
dnrli g the legal hours of sale the fullowing
described piopelty to-wlt:
A house ill’ll lot In the city of Buluhridge
Pocalur county, Georgia bounded on l. e
north by Shot*ell street, on the south by
property bi-louging t” tile estate of Mrs Cur
ry’oh th»! east by residence af Mrs Nellie
eutke and on the west bv property of A. B.
Beleiiar, formerly owned by Mrs C I' Bonal-
sun. Said lot froi’TiiiJ o.ll Shot wet I street IKS
feet and running baclt south from Sllotwell
street 8l7 ryet. said property being In the
shape of au oblong square. Levied mam as
the property of K J Wardell to satisfy a Cits
(kiurtfi fa Issued from the December refin of
the'City cdurt of diiIiibridge on oee JH, 1B0Q,
upon a Judgepient rcrnli red thovelu on pr
een bo'r llth IkO”, tn favor ol the Wntual
Building Loan and Investment Company, of
Baiubridge, Georgia, against K J tVardell,
and other fi fas i my hands against said de
fendant. SVlhten notice given defendant, 1-
J Wardell, and .Sig Nussbanjn und nriiwnle
NewsomeNussbainu, teiumts residing upon
said land, as reqiured by law. Ihopcity
pointed out by plaintiff's attorney. Tills
Feb8,1001. A. W. Fokpham.Sheriff.
DECATUR SHERIFF SALE.
GEi R ;IA- Dkcatur County :
Will be sold before the court housedoorin
the city of Ualnbi-ldge, Decatur county, Geor
gia, on the first Tuesday in March liext, dur
ing the legal horns of sale the tollowlug de
scribed property to-wit:
Twenty acres more or less of city lots lit
the city of Baiubridge, Ga., bounded as fed
lows: On the east by tiro Albany road, north
by piop rty of Hinson Gross and llruvo and
Niissbaum, and west by property of M N
I’aulett, and being the property formerly
ewued by Sig Nussbaum ami a. ri. Russell.
Also a half undivided interest ih Hie dwell
log house and lot. in Baiutiridge known as
the D. K. Jones lot, bounded on the north by
I’lanters street, south by property of l> D
stultz and west by property of owners un
known. Also, a half tndlvlded Interest in
house and lot In Baiubridge, bounded on the
east by Bl ond st., sontli by property of I 1
Hawes, west by property of 1.1). Morgan and
north by property of Airs. F. S. Harrell, and
levied on os the properly of Sig Nussbaum to
satisfy all fain my hands in favor of me
Mutual Building I.oali and Investment Co.
vs. Sig Nussbaum.
A. W. Forpham, Sheriff.
DECATUR SHERIFF SAI.F
GE'iRGlA —IiKOAfUK county.
Will 1)0 sold on the diet Tncsdar i-, m
next, before tile court house dim
eoufity In the city of Ltalnbridgc, saio , ?'>
ty anti stale, between the legal'Hours,., '*
theioliowlngsiescribed pro.jijrtv towlt- 54
A certain house and lot In thecltv nr u ■
bridge and described hs follows; ii,,\,,*V‘
.m the north by Bionghton steeet „!,,,
east by house a rl lot occupied bv J h t, "
but and belonging to tile bells 'ot w* 5 *
Babbitt, on the west by Monroe street
on the south by piopelty of J. m S-JJH
levied on a* the property oi i. Biit,’,! . 11
satisfy a Ufa iu L.voi ef Frank a v 0 \l
T. liabbitt. TIiIa Jan. IG(‘l I
A. w. Fohpbam, Sheriff
DECATUR SHERIFF SALK.
Will bo sold before tiro court house door in
tln»city of Bainbrldge on the first Tuesdai
In Mardi next, duilng tiro legal hours of sale
the following desoiibed property to-wit;
One house and. lot, situated In the town of
Whlghnm and bounded as follows; On the
north bv first I-aral let street, on the east by
Broughton street, on tho west by l’o',der
street, and on the south by second 1-arallel
street. Levied upon as li,e property of T
II. Maxwell to satisfy an execution issued
from the May Term of Decatur supe ior
Court 18HI In favor of Merchants BanIsol Vat
dosta, tluiisferred to D. Curry, vs T It Max
well. Tills Fab’y 8.1'dOl.
A. \V. Forpham, sheriff..
DECATUR TAX SALES,,
GEORGIA—Decatur County ;
Will be sold before tiro court home ,i
111 theeity of Baiubridge, Decatur coni,l'1
Georgia, on the first Tuesday In »'‘ tv l
next, during the legal hours of sale the r *
lowing described property to-wit - ’ '' ,l
One dwelling House, and lor in tiro v ni .
of Attapnlgus. in the With district nf luil,,,*'!
county, Georgia, bounded on 1 h< erst i».
Baiubridge and Attapnlgus district romi l,lt P
the north and west by property b, longi,ro?
the e-tate of Joe Cox, deceased, mil “n ,n
south by district road leading from am „ .1
gns to Facevillc, Georgia, same belli* 1 ™
property on which Abram l.ongworili ,
lives and containing two (2) acres luoVs
less. Divled on as the jiropertv of n» '
Longworth to satl-fy a Ft”te and coiinil ii
rt fa issued by M. W. Bates, tax collect,,r I
Decatur county, for state and county
the year 1800. l.evy made ami letiiriaxi 3
me by A. A. Singletary, constable. Tha i,a
2f'th. iflOli A. Sv. Fohi'uam, fsheiiit.i
Also at tjie same tlmoai.d place, lol oil ■ J
No. seventy-four (74) in the tvCi’ty-flisi ,,,|i
district of said county, exctpi five (■>- ai-»'I
in the south-west corner of said lot cii.i.n ,
bv Mrs. K. Johnson, levied upon as th.
properly t f M. i, Junestosatisfly astatesM
county tax tlfa issued bv II WBates T ’
ooilector of said county, against M. 1. j m ,,i
for unpaid tuxes for tiro year 11 oj. Thlsj,,,
Stfth, 1001. A. IV. Fosmiam, Shc'iff
Also, at tiro same, time and place lot ofls.'s
No, forty-two (42) iu twentv-fivst district ,tl
said county and stirte, eontalning two in,,', 1
dred and fifty (2S0) acres more or ient .e,i|
levied on n» the pi cpertv of .W. W Mush I
bourn toeutisfy a state aud county tax* r,l
issued by M. vv. Bates, Tax CXiilector, lor in 1
paid lax for the year lanu. T h‘.» I eby. 7, laj! j
Also, aft e same time and place, one linn ]
dred amt fifty eeres off ol lot lnnd No
hundred and two (402) pi the fifteenth d'l I
trier, levied on as the property ol u.u HvderI
to sitlisi y u State and oouhtv i ,x n t
bv U. W. Bates, Tax Gollect'.f, for iniumj
tax for the year IWIO, rills Keby, 7,1801.
Also at the same time and place, three nil
acres more or loss off of tile m>uth side of l„i
of land No, two hundred rind four (Wr In
the fifteenth (IS) district of said countv nni|
bounded as folUvs: Dn the uortli b' lie I
l ight of way of the S. F. & W. By. Oo „„
tlie south by Beinbridge nml Thontusvllb
dirt road aud the southern land )Hie of him
lot; on the west bv property cf l-cter Gary I
and vunnldg to a point whoie the dirt roni
erogses the s. F & W. By. at. tiro east end.
field trnot being in shape of n triangle u uJ
levied on as tho property or o. Dressier t»
satisfy a state and county tar. ttfu tssuert !i« I
M, tv. Hates, Tax Collector of said con-sly I
against O. Dressier foi unpaid taxes lor the
year lUOb. This Jan. SGbli, lliOl.
A. W. Fop.nHAMTSIU’rtlf,
Mr. 8. E. Davis, of Blakely, paid us r
ploRKHut Visit tliis week.
Dr. Thomas Cliasou visited his bi-olker
Mr. Jdo. Chasoti'Tuesdav.
Mr, K. 8triukland, id' Iron City, paid
a pleasant visit to our community \\ ed-
The school at this place is progressing
nicely under the superviaion ot Prof
Barber and Miss F.jgerton
Messrs. Green Banks and Frank Fnl
ford, of Meigs attendeai the Wuiis.Ckas-
A. P. Holt, on Went street, doee on Meduesda;. last.
all kinds of harness making and re-! Mr ' Rud ^ KolRud H '*"-
. • a . . j were down IhiH week to attumi the mar-
pair work. Get his bed-rock prices, j ^ of Mr . Horn’s sister to Mr. K.
■ — ■ | Johusou, ot Lakeland.
1 can furnish your material for the* It seems to be quite a universal wish
wood-workin your buildings. Every- ( teacher* of Decatur comity that
thing cheap for the cash. Reid &' t , ho co ‘“ n ‘" i** «**» s E‘'U,oh
1 ( Light be restored.
ol ' 4 ’ j Desset, Ga.. Feb. 2, 1901. N J.
t'o nil whom it nmy conc<-V!f.
\I1 cc»n true tor** nmi avcltitefs on* litjrrbv
•i oil tied thut on the rtrstTuc><luy i •» Mtivi-k
R0I, thr iio.ml of County lUunnussioiierf* of
Oecatm* county Will sit hi their t.fMte in
liuiiibridgo, W*u. for the purpose of rcccl** •
•nfjr unrt eonsttlerlng, or nftopttng, plans anO
'PceifleutlonKtor oourt house building tor
ticl county.butK of bik-K with dtumf flnih-
lugs to be cunirloicct, with all modern
•quipnieuti*, ami sanitary arraugements.
N(iuib<*r of ro«im«» * aultr* etr will he given
ot: npphvatltiii; cost of building not to ex-
'•oei!, $.‘>.V)tKMKL The plauti uecu, tecl are to|be
paid f r by t.ne counts ^jii.tiiisaioner^v but
they reserve the light lo le.rtt if they
<l »sire nil plana and spaeifl-iUieve submil t
ed. Address all con.uiudulitions to h. A.
Lytle, Omirnirtu, Halnhridue, fia*.
FOR SALE OH EXCHANGE.
I have 6 jersey bulls from six months
to two years old. eliigaUe to legist ration
which I will sell cheap for cash, or would
exchange them for beef cattle at. market
value. Apply toT. M. Hines,
Have your old harness cleaned up
and worked over—almost as good as
row ai A. I*. Holt’s, Wafer street.
3Tirst Season ia Araercia
One of the heal tented shows ever givenin Savannah ‘was that
the Rod a Royal Show last Tuesday. An especially fine feature.w«r tl
exhibition of beautiful trained bosses. .
Armour’s Soaps and Washing Pow
ders—each ten wrappers draw a pre
mium, at Suns & Cliett’e City
fa, Women and Horses
All Tents Absolutely Waterproof. Set Special Feature Which no Otl
Show oat* Prod ce.
■CAPTAIN SHARP and HIS DETACHMENT- of GENUINE HOU(
RIDERS, nil ot whom saw actual service at the famous
Hattie of San Juan Hill. '
MADAM ROYAL, the most Famous of all Lady Manage Riders a
BUMP, THE $5,000 CKALLANGE HORSEBACK RIDING PON
50 HIGH CLASS PERFORMERS. 50.
The Greatest Ssmfx? of Trained Animats «J ’ any Shaw in Existeis
Trained Horses’ Ponies,'Dogs, Goats, Elephants, and Educated
Animals of Every Kind.
GRAND, G0KGKOUS STREET CARNIVAL will parade the ...
pa! streets between 10 and 11 o’clock, a. tn. on the day of exhibition 1
girl with auburn hair will make a HIGH P1VE from a ladder 100 f
high u to a net below. Free.
Door* open at 1 and 7 r. ra. Performances commences »l 2 ana 8 oYlo