<ggUW*Gi ,t jji ;vd.
JAC/xSOX, (/.1., /.I.V 11, I>S‘J.
i\ si ani*. - - fhtor.
The ovJ Kmc 1 is the GitiKHtu ease has
be n i *n -In :. K
flu* fruit e A'. r r;. ultiir.'l’Sdi iety meets
i'i \ngnstu on lhe *-on ! rue* liy in
I) . Crum lies pinch 1 the
Rock Store from .'.'r. A, Me. Wat
k i nf>.
The Gniteuu e:i*e will go to tin- jury j
in a few days, and it is believed if the I
judge charges tlie jury Hint if they have
it reasonable douht hs to his insanity,
thatdc will l e acquitted.
W*< learn that one of Mr. W. C.
Nult's Soli*, happened to the misfor
tune t > shoot himself n feiv days us'd.
1: is a flesh wound and said not to he
T’i r • arirved in At hi, if a a few days
it . i a > a tv.’ of spvei.lv colored peo|le,
who e.aiJu fr.iin Edgefield county,
South Gi ’iino am! who are ciirou to to
- : isus, whets it> . iittend locating.
- i j anotherejnn I sent Iy Jl.immud
o> egotistical ni t (ih s tint reca
'ly grace tin - columns of 'ho Ar
..f e somewhat mini ng to our cit
es. Judging huhi Brothel .Smith’s
emu, .tint ol llu'.is county, it must
l e\e been one ot the in hi backward,
entcrloottially, of any Jaunty in the
coiujiiy. lie claims to liave laboriyl
carueHtly antler runny dUadvantagi s
to I'll ighten his people, till of whit'll
is commendable, lie seem* to have
had a fbrbodittg, inspired Iy something
supreme, of the great, fnrtiire, and
“Magnum Hi mum ’ time in store, (or
this, the ‘*hackwoods coiinly of (ieor
gia.” (T) Ami with the kilo < bulge el
a progiee ticitor, tho columns of tile
Argus | ui-I .ih, like the upheaving
ol n volcano, the glad ijdiii.ts of the
“great huotn" wl ioh is htusling upon
ns. Our people should lie ever graft
tul to llrother Smith f r his untiring
• Aorta and egregious labors, in trehsll
of old Bulls 'J'hey feel as it tllO V< 1 1
was about to bo lifted ell' and the
light of a heiti r day, tho rays ol which
i.re penetrating tho darkness that has
been so long ncrsl allowing us, Imt |m
years as nppst-ioii and brillieul to
oup Brother, ns I lift Anrorubort ,-flijs—.
like a bright stiki rivoliing in the
llusf, ho could sec them. What a
tirce of h; pp/ncss and gratification i
would have been to taku a peep
through his speoliides and saw thing*
as In lias seen them • his very heart
must throb w ith enviable delight.
Nothing is more oonveiH'ivc ol the r.d
dngo that “the signs of miming events
cast their shadows before them,"
though invisible to many, some, with
a gutt of inspiration, wo presume,
am permitted to see them.
\Vbat do we seu to be gratoful for?
The plan am) loundaiiun f r a grand
trunk lailway, trom the seaconsi.
( . *eiiig lhroilp.li llults and ponetl'n
tring the far West. A “big boom' 1
in both real and personal property—
amlvaticing from 50 to 100 per cent
The “boom”of great nngnitu !e, thill
threatens to dovclop the u souri'i s of
our county, to au enormous extent.
The capitalist who threaten to line
our crocks and rivers, from one end
to the other, with mills and lactone*,
rfco, ifce.; brought about through
the instrumentality of ‘many a mark
ed copy of the Argus sent them, set
ting fortli and making known our ad
Brother Smith has certainly im
mortalized himaell in the mind- of liis
people, for the grand aclicaviuents he
has accomplished. “Honor to him
to whom honor is due." Wo know
not oue, who has the least deslYe to
roh him of any of the laurels, he has
so justly won through his untiring
energies, and aught wo know, many
;t sleepless night.. But few men la*
bor so z adausly for thoir liiends and
We aie sorry however, that he set s,
in the roar future perhaps, trouble
ahead tor somt or all ol as. He insinu
led i:i his last issue, “siotiona feeling
or a spirit of rivalry” or in other
wolds the county is likely to lie di
vidod against itself. We hope lie is
mistaken on tit’s point, and we h.ipe
tile citizens ol Butts will lake all pre
cautions to defeat any such unpleas
nntness, and le s all strive to complete
the great work ahead of us, m per
fect harm my.
Long may Brother Smith live in
the hearts of his countrymen.
A wretch more wicked than Gutieau
would he. if fully sane, held tlie hand
of a child in New Orleans a few days
ago, with a pistol in it, nnh pulled the
trigger and killed the woman he claim
ed as his wife, The woman was not his
wife, it has been ascertained, hut
greatly attaehod to him,and lie, before
having her shot induced her todood
him som property and insure her life
in ii’s favor hi* name i* t'oppedge. and
he is now in jail. l‘i < liild aas said to
have been adopted, hut it was pr-bahly
tolen for the wicked use of the wretch
A\.\l Ui LS( 0.*i];0!JI)l.,
For fin* TofVn of .la<*!ivon
for I lie Year 1882.
Pee. 1. Be il ord dnc.! by the liilon
<l.iml :iiii| C'liiimi' simicis nf the town I
ol Jiiek-oii, and it is hereby : united by ;
authority of the s.ilue ;
That no person • r persons shall re
tail unv spirituous or fermented ii
ipioi> of any kind, whatever, within
the incorporate limits of the town of
.bn I >im, iii quantities of line ipiart or
1 1 w ithout having first obtained a li
cense form lire Clerk and 1 Ycasiu'er of
said town Commissioner.*, for so vend
ing, for which license, lie, site nr they
shall pay the sum of Two Hundred
Dollars Said license to be
paid i('mil tci iy and pay able in advance.
See. 11. lie it further enacted, That
it license of Twenty Dnlliu- ($20.) bo
imposed on each and every pet-on
or lirin doing a dry goods oi* general
mere Ini nd ie business.
See. ill. lie it further enaeted that
a license off ive Dollars [s.">.] he im
posed on each and every person doing
a millinery business.
tVc. I \’. lie it. furl her enm led :
That, a liecnse of Five Dollars ($5.) he
imposed on i aeh and every poison do
ing a jeweler's business.
Sec. V. lie it further enacted. That
a licence of Ten Dollars (5iD.) he im
por.< don every person doing a drug
I nisi less.
: : n', VI. Be it further enacted, Thnt
every person keeping a hillnird table,
be jatei, pool, or other like tallies, for
tint purpiise of playing thereon, or per
milliug others to play thereon and
eliargin:; for '.he same, shall first ob
tain I '.rouse from the clerk and treas
urer for which he, she, or they shall
pay, for each, Fifteen Dollars.
-I Vll lie it further enacted,
That any pci on keeping a barber shop
shall obtain a license, for which they
shall pay Five Dollars [ss. |
See. VIII. Be it further enaeted,
That a license ol i? 12,50,b0 imposed on
eaeli and every track or pin alley,tin
which any number of pins may be us
See. IX.‘ Be it further enacted, Tbftt
no person or persons shall keep a liv
ely, feed, or sale stable, or let out, for
hire, horses, mule, or other stock, bug
gies, carriage* or other vehicles, with
in the corporate limits of Jackson,
without first obtaining a license from
the clerk aild treasurer, for which li
ven. e they shall pay Twenty Dollars
lyjil. | I*r<ivi l li*il. that nothing in this
si cl ion .'-hall ho construed as to allow
any person or persons taking out this
license, to run a dray or hire out a
dray to lie run in town, for the trims
pollution of any goods, wares or mer
Sec. X. Be it further enacted, That
no person or persons, residing in the
town of Jaekson, shall vend or sell at
ain't ion. goods, wares, merchandise or
produce oranv article, within the cor
porate limits of Jackson, without first
obtaining a license, for which they
shall pay Ten Dollars |slo.) And it is
further enacted, That no tnuioient auc
tioneer m oilier person now resident
ol J nek si in, shall vend or sell at amt ion,
goods, wares, merchandise or other
|.—l'i. >•, whatever, in the town ofdack
soii without a .license Tor which whey
•hail not paj lilt - :b,v, i<: As
Sec. XI. Bc’it further enacted, lyict
no person or person* slut 11 run a dray,
waggon, cart, or oilier carriage for the
transportation of goods, wares, or mer
chandise of any diseription, without
first obtaining license, for which li
cense they shall pay for a one horse
dray Five Dollars [ss.| Two hnr-o
dray Ten Dollars ($10.) For each ad
ditional horse in like proportions.
Sec. XII. lie it further enacted,
That a license of $5. per day, be impos
ed on each and every person or persons
who shall run a Gilt Entorpri/.e, lVizo
.leweln Box, or any gatin' whatever, to
which prizes are attached.
Sec. XIII. lie it further enacted,
That each and every Expr -- t'oinpa
ny having an agency ami doing busi
ness in tho corporate limits ol'Jaek
soii, shall pay a license of Ten Dollars
See. XIV. lie it further enacted,
That each and every Telegraph Com
pany having an office ami doingbust-,
ness in the corporate limits of Jack-|
-i >ti shall pitv a license oi Five Dollar*
See. X\. lie it furthcrcnaeteil, That
each and every Real Estate Agentdo
ing business in tin' town of Jackson,
shall pay a license of Five Dollars |ss, |
See. XVI. He il further enacted,
That each and every Insurance Compu
tet having an agency and doing busi
ness in town shall pav a license of Ten
Dollars, and that each and every resi
dent Insurance agent shall pay a li
cense of s”>.
See. X\ 11. Be it further enacted,
That each and every trancient Ir.su
r;im'e Agent, shall pay a license ofv.a',-
(K! in advance.
See, W ill. Be it further enacted.
That each and every non resident phy
sician or patent medicine dealer, doing
business in the town, ahull pay a license
of $T*. per day
See. \i\. Bo it further enacted,
That no apothecary or druggist be al
lowed to vend spiritous or fermented
liquors, in any quantity, whatever,
without lirst obtaining license for which
they she.ll pay $200,00, provided, That
this section shall not he construed as
to prohibit any apothecary or druggist
from disposing of spirituous or fermen
ted liquors to persons having a certifi
cate from a regularly qualified physi
Sec. XX. Be it further enacted,
That each and every Guano Agent, do
ing a business in the town of Jackson,
shall pay a license of $lO.
Sec. XX!. Be it further enacted,
That each and every keeper of a lum
ber yard, for the purpose of sellinglum
her. shall nay a license of s■">.
Sec. XXII. Be it furthur enacted,
That each and every person, who shall
keep a hack, carriage, or other vehi
cle. for the transportation of persons,
to and from, or about the town and
charge for the same, shall pay a license
Sec. XXIII. Be it further enacted,
That each and every Pawn Broker,
leaving an ollice, and doing business in
the town of Jackson, shall pay a li
eense of $i r .ott in advance.
See. XXIV. Beit further enacted,
That a license of s_V>,oo he imposed on
each and every Banking Company or
Broker, and oil each and every agency
of a hank, doing business ns such, in
the town of Jackson. Public or private
hanks, or brokers, person* or firms, en
gaged in buying and selling exchange,
hank note*, stocks and other securities
or gold and silver, for a profit, or loan
ing money, discounting paper or ad
vancing oneolhitler-alstor commission,
or otherwise, shall he deemed a hank*
1 or or broker.
Section iii does not apply to Nation- i
Sec, XXV. Be it further enacted,
That n li. ‘ n-e of $lO. he impos and upon
the owners or le--ei sot each anil ev
ery Ware House factor or factor* or
other person who weigh cotton and
charge storage on the same.
Sec. XXVI. Beit further enacted,
Thai iii. license granted under the fore
goit g section-, except such ns are pro
vided for in this section, shall lie quar
terly in ndvem-o, and to date from Jan
uary 1-t. ! -2, except ail sums of sls.
and under, which .-hall lie paid ill ad
See. XXVII. Bo it further enaeted,
That any p is on or p -rsons violating
any section or orovipion of this Annual
License Ordinance lor 1 ',52, upon eon*
vie!ion, sliai! be fined not more than
$25. Ibr each and every day so offend
ing, or he imprisoned not mure than
Sec", XXVIII. Be it further enac
ted, That it *lia ii he the • pecial duty of
the .Mafshal, to see to the enlV rcuient
of this ordinance audio report all i:• >!.i
tion- to the imlondant, and for a \ dila
tion of this duty, ho shall lie fined or
removed from olliee.
See. XXIX. Repeals conflicting
Y. A WnDHIT,
\Vm. m. mai.lktt,
Cl’k. and Treasurer.
A LA l:M JA Soil'll < AHOJJXA.
Th emigration of colored i > ople
from ScaiDi <'aroliua to Arkansas
thrcfti eos to compile if o setiously al
tairs in tins State. At, tfiis time it is
in p acticable to tell to what is the
e<>< nl of the movement, hut is start -
ling to hear that already entire plan
tations have* been left without labor
ers, urn! ihat the euugiaots expect to
fare better in Arkansas than the)
have done in ties state. The colored
people who go to Alkalis::* will most
likely find that they have been im
posed on It will tho Azor project
over again. This, however, is no
consolation, |>ro*eiit or prospective,
ftie colored people are the founda
tion of the ngi louituial system of this
State. Wiilmui their labor a large
pail of the State would lemain un
cultivated until white emigrants could
be obtained to till the gap. While
laboi i is wou'd not be coot' nted with
the v age* mol rations that content
the colored people, a id. in seeking
white emigrants, South (.'arolina is
in active competition wilii ilit* whole
'Vest and most ol the Sentiurn
Stales. How nmi'li injury can he
done by the einigi illou of colored
peoplt is all *w n by Ilia alarm and ac
mill distress call ed by the exodus
from Lotisiana and .M s iss:ppi two or
tinee yean tigo. The blond ptopos -
tioii is that tho t'oh.red man siiould l e
Hide to in a* wed iu South ('arolina
as in mi\ other S ate, have the same
lights and priviledges, possess tin
saum means ol educating I.is children
aid have as good chance to hie me
a farmer on lits own aeemint. il id*
i- not the tact, what are the ohsiaeic
iii the way, tin I are tin y ii renu vablef
Th<i i xpl inatii ns given by moot
•.lie i 4 „t:ai't.‘< ;• Ae i
l< spi'ud“lll limit, ol course, lie taken
with considerable allowance. The
colored people an improvident as a
eh'i'H, and when, at the end el tie
year, they Hud they owe as iniieli as
ihey have earned, they are apt to
attribute the result to unfair dealing
instead of to ti.esr own shifliesstiose.
The first tiling to he done is to gci
ill the truth and iay bare every sort,
whatever it is. South Carolina needs
add ll it iia! popululi n, and cannot at
lord (o lose a single working citizen.
And to keep the population we have,
and incre.'i-o it, every reasonable
grievance must be removed, and the
State he made as desira le Imme for
colored men as well as tho while man,
tor the laborer as well as the land
A Washington telegram to the
Cincinnati Times Star lias thu follow
ing : In one ol the looms til the Btl
reai! ol Engraving and Printing here
are inolosi and in a glass ease, ami an ar
il. il with no tittlo care, three swords
with an ii teresling history. They
were the |ir, pet ty ol (Jen. Twig<:s ot
Georgia, mid were picscli'id to Inin
tor meritorious services in the Mi 'i
ean war. One was presented by th
United States govet nmn t, and cost
in round numbers SilO.nOtt ; another
was presentod hy the State ol Geor
gia at a cost of SIO,OOO, and the tliiid
by the city ol At anta at a cost ot S3,
000. The General was in oouiinatid ot
the confederates at the time General
Ben Buttler dropped down on New
Orleans and that section, and the lin'd
Benjaman took in the Sil."),ono worth
ot swotds, sending them here ns tro
phies ot war. They are very hand
some, the handles studded with dia
monds, and the Idftdi sot the finest
steel Here they have remained ev
er since, until a deceiulant ol Gen.
Twiggs is making an etlort to cause
them to be turned over again to the
fatuity- To accomplish this a bill
must bo gotten through Congress,
and to do this that same B n Buttler,
who captured the swords, is now
helping, heart ami hand. Odd, isn't
The Montgomery Advertiser:
Some lime ag> a §SIH) Alabama bond
was sent from ihis city, by registered
letter, addressed to John Manning,
hanker. New Yoik City. The letter,
which did not reach its destination,
was traced as tar as Atlanta, where it
no doubt bioken open by the assistant
register clerk. Win Howard, of the
Atlanta poatofEee, who was :ee>nily
arrested there by means ot a decoy
loiter. On a salary of S4O per month
How ard as was noticed by special de
tectives, had been living a fast life,
sometimes spending ten to fifteen
dollars every night. It was discovered
that be had broken open forty*six
registered letters in one day. Col.
Kiev, inspector of the Postal Service
remarked, when Howard wasatested
It they will steal we will catch them.
Ah. Howard had his trial before
the United Slates court, and was ac*
quitted. lie l,as since been rcarcsta 1
The report w tch we gave in yes
terday's issue of the bloody affray in
Join s county, on Monday night, was
verrified ye.-terday by parti s living
i,car the scene. The news was so ter
rible that but few thought it tiue. and
we found it neeci ssary to nuke a
thorough lives: igation. Mr Kolaud
T. Hoes who left Clinton early jes
terday, was interviewed, boj he ha 1
no autin utio sAis
fieri that there was aoirffitihing in the
n pot;. Later in the day i xcalli man
arrived from lt<*und Oak?'about leu
miles above (Union, who gave Uie
dots le* ol the iragady, which areas
fo.lows: On Monday night there was
a colord danct at Dick Kicbaid's pltice
near ltound Oak. Two or tlnee
young white men were ’lit re, one of
w hom wa- Jack \V ill am Gray, and
one a M*. Green. Mr Lay became
in some way involved jiti a quarrel
; wit aene ot tlin e co or .* 1 brothers,
Hub, Alex and II tin Ja-k-on. The
qua re I em.vd in a light which Gray
i -. 1 .is laia'.v stab ed. 1 i*. rank to tii
floor, and w lii e his inf blood was
c yiag a Way, o| ened li o Oil ids as
.-ad.aiii.*, one lai.mg d< ‘ I tit his fuel
at 'I on rbo| ping a' l ie door. The
third broiner i. auag a'o get out
and di< d:i few ii er. 11l the
uuaiitime Gray h **'*ffawlcd to
ilie door and inatnageo t" get on the
sti ps. where lie died. He was hurried
Tuesday a ilet noot. il ls WC call
learn wliiske,.' wa- tlgi caylse of the
trout) e. .Macon. leh and .Messenger
Superintendent Ihdu'U'd* gives a
recent interviewer, in JSlacou, some
iiitiTtest:n<; (mints regarding the new
extension of the road train that eity
to Aiianta. He states that with the
tr ck-liiying machines tpey are using
a mdi- of track a day camb • put down.
I’lacitig il at a mile end a half for
each day the entire trxtk will he laid
and in running order nside of tour
mouths The Central ndr'oad has ex
tended every laciltty tor tho work,
taking up superfluous tracks at a
crossing point. SupreivJ ndetit Ed
wards says ih it a year ago they had
o.ily thirteen engine-,. I ey now have
twenty-two; and are constantly ad
ding, so when' the ro*d is complete
lluy will have nil theeogioes they
lie* and He said that e.ynt lentils ot the
road is giadeil, and n lour months
time H ales will he rei s> ng, pet haps
the first excurs'o.i-'tfcrfng place on
the Ith of July next 'Vheii the road
i* completed the tiijybe tween Jack
s uiville nml Cimuiaati will be re.
duced at least five Ivo rs. The dis
tance is now made mi ii, rly six hours
but by having closer eon tied ions, one
continuous line and tauter lime, the
nip can lie made in tfrrty-one hours
The line will pass w ith*; a mile and
a halfnf Indian Sp. :i.g-, 1 betti-i ance
of die stations from Atlanta will be:
S nckhiidg.', eig iU'.'H i t.e*; Ve-i'oii;
. u.h, t a iiity- i ght an laha t mil-*-
Locust Grove, thirty ? n ;.e.-; Jack
! -on, foil five !*>;
' •' ."■■? • 1 ' A•'
ti r ini-< * lo‘ ga wnsty 'v dii' "tie
i I:I!t mil-s ;ba t), rg, s j" -ix md -ee
hall mill s; lJinii ii Ferry, seve.ity
iwoaml one.ha.i i.adi s. ttnd Mason,
Thii<l stud eighty seven and one
HOLD l STOP THERE!
Arriving at the New Rock Store,
A, He. WATKINS & Son.,
WE invite tlir attention r>f Ik* people of Butt* county, to our geuerai stock of goods, which we
tiro oiVering ui price# tliufc will wamint them to trutic with us.
Xjullcs shoes at JI.OO worth 81,50; Childrens shoes agiM cents, worth 75 oci ts and a dollar.
Boois and Shoes
Men’s I loot— at worth M,' ’. hrogans at st,is, worth $1,40.
Lad ip’s Dress Goods*
Alpacas ml worsteds never before known in Jackson. Shawls at 50 cents, worth 75
cents ami SI,OO.
Such as shirting, sltevllng. blemhing, prints anil cher ts, at tiuttom priecs.
Ribbons. luces. trimmitqp. Kid gloves, silk ties, ladies collur- and cuffs, combe, buttons, thimbles,
needles and l bread, and many other things too Humorous to mention.
Jeans of the Best Quality.
Shirts, collars, cutis, cr Vits, suspenders, half hose, etc.
(100,l eortec •’ pound*. e'reap at 5 pounds to the dollar Su gur at 10 pounds to the dollar. Bo
oon, flour, bird, syrup, mdinsis, tislt, etc., lumps, looking glasses, snuff, tobacco, blacking, ink
(t!isswart\ woocsian buckets, etc. .
< • . hI arr siew . -li, ami we will *cll them at railroad price#. Cari and see us
before going nbrn here.
Shelf's Sales for Februaiy,
ILL BE H‘ HA) l>ef<re the Court House
\ > door, in the town ofJackson. Butts coun
ty, (*a., on the KlK** I Tt SHOAY in KKBUI A
next. 1 sj. uithin the hours ot suie, l!ie fot
lowing <lcsc.*rtht‘'t progierty to-wit :
?:• Woodtalier and* Mow* Enjfine, five horse
jiowcr, levied ii|ion as the projartv of W. 1).
Martain, T. .J HiiJjtcway A Williitm Thaxton. Iy
virtue of one ti fa i-nned from the Superior Court
of Butt* c*nr;ty. m favor of M. \ . MeKibl)eii v
\V. 1). M.irlaift, T. J. Ridgeway <Si William Thax
ton. This Dec., 21th, ltißl.
J. 0. BEArcHAMP,
Sheritl, B. C.
\\TILI. BE HOLD before the Court House
YV door, in the town of Jackson, Butts coun
ty, Ga., on the FIRST Tt'KHDAY in FEBHUA
HY next. l-X-’, within the legal hours of sale, the
following clescrilx**t property to wit :
Hi xty acres oflnnd, l>eiiL r part oftlie Pole
nmn land, situated, lyin# iu*d being in the coun
ty of Butts, Ijoundcd as follows : Xorth hy lands
of K. J. Lawson ; West bv -Mrs Lucv Ijiwsoh ;
Eurtt by Josiah Freeman ; South by Jotiiali Free
man. Levied ii|K>n as the property of R. \V.
Coleman, by virtue of one ti fa issued froln the
♦>! | I District ti. M.. in favor of IL I*. Brooks, vs.
It. W. * olomiin. I>evy made hy J. B. Brooks,
L. C.. and retarr.cd tome, this I>cc.. 2d, IWI.
J. U. BEAFf lIxMIL
Sheriff, IL C.
UT ILL BE SOLD before the court house door
in the town f .Lie!;son. Butts county, <*a.
on the FIRST TI'HSDAV in FEBIiL'ARY next,
I’v-j, within the hour 1 * of sale, the following
J*--eribed property to-wit:
I orty acres of hind in the North-went corner
of 1< : of land nuinhcr not known, lying and he
i:LC in the county r*f Butts and iKMinded ns follows:
North hy lands of Mrs. Ih-hop; West t*y lands of
M i-ton Hendrick: South hy land* of the r estate of
John ('un it : E-.m by lands sold bv NI. \. MeKib
f ,<-11 as adininist rat*r on the estate of Tho. Me*
Kihben. on tin* Ist Tuesday in < ktolK-r, 1481. Lev
ied upon us tl.e property of John f'ucfie, hv vir
tue of one H fa issued from the Justice com tof
tin* ftlfi District <>. M., in favor Rob/. *L Duke vs.
John Currie, property pointed out hy plaint iff.
Tenant in possession given notice, ns required by
law. ]*ety made < ci., sth 1881. This January 3*l
J. 0. BEAUfTFAMP,
Sheriff, IL G\
Ur ILL BE SOLD before the court house door
in the town of Jackson, Butts county, fhi..
within the legal hours of sale, on the FIRST
Tf 'ESDAY in FEBRUARY next, I**2, the fol
lowing described property to-wit :
T* n acres of land in the North-Euet corner of
lot of land No. not known, situated, heingnnd ly
injr the • tmnty of Butts, and bounded as follows :
North by lambi of Dr. J. H.Bryans; West by lands
of the estate of J. B. Dtimhle : South by lands of
the estate of J. B. Dunihle: East by lands of W.
A Elder. Levied iifMn as the property of the
estate of J. IL r>umble. by virtue or three tax fl
fuf issued hy J. <>. Andrews nml W. Nutt, tax
colleftors of Butts county for the years 187‘J, 1880,
and 1881, in favor oftlie State of and coun
ty of Butts vs. the estate of J. B. Dumble. Ten
nnt in [Msessi<H notified in the terms of the law.
Levy miule and r*tumedto me by J. M. McMi
cliuel, L. C. Tliia January JM, 1882.
J. O. BEAUCHAMP,
Slieritf B. C.
DEPUTY SHERIFF’S SALE.
AXTII.I. BK HO LT> liefore the Court House door
VV in the town nf Jackson. Birtf si conn fy Ga.
on the FIRST TUESDAY in FEBRUARY next,
18*2, the following: described propertyto-wit :
One hundred and ten acres of land more or less,
1 v ing and beinjf in the county of Butts ami houn
ded sis follows : North by lands of'William White,
or P. 1,. White; West by land* of fi. X White;
South by lands of \V. C. T. Redman; East hy lands
of J. B. Thomas. Levied upon as the property of
M. S. Barber by virtue of one fl fa issued from the
Suy*crior f’ourt of Butts comity, in favor of A. P.
Wall vs. M. S. Barber. Tcmmt in |M>sscsxion giv
en legal notice. This, January t>tli 1882.
W. I) CURRY, Deputy Sheriff.
WILL BE SOLD before the court house door
in the town of Jackson. Butts county On.
on the FIIUT TUESDAY in FEBRUARY next,
1882. within the legal hours of sale, the following
described prof>erty to-wit :
One eleventh undevided interest in the Mcln
tosh property, known as the Mclntosh Hotel, ly
ing and neiug in the Town of Mcfntosli and In
dian Springs reserve, now oothpied hy B. w.
Collier; containing eight acres more or less.
Xu.nberg 360n which the Hotel and stable and
ggurden are situated, containing 4 acres less 80
feet from on main street r .<) feet deep whereon
is situated a small wood building known as the
Lr: n. ir's store h*:i-e: also two acres each, off lot
No. 10 mid fid a; 1 i t the iueiosurc: and known as
tJ;j* Aldutosh proj rty Levied on ft* the prop
erty by v .'lie .mi l to s iti.fy one fi fi ixsacl from
()>;■ f>ou*hi'v! v is'iinty j*'m ( rior Court, in favor of
,l. *V i Ido V Cos vs. Bryant A. UoHicr. Profi
ei 1 v ))<.;.(♦ •! oiif 'y N. PlalntiJr.s At
tn.-r. v. T* . ;-i I--wsinn given written no*
. a5..,, and;;• .by Uw. T1.;,-. .1 u.u.iry l"tlr 188-2.
j. O.f iiICAtVHAMT.
Shoiiir, It. C.
J. E. Pound, of the Pike county
Xcio, :.* married to Miss Jimmie
t ryer, of that place, on Christmas day.
MACON and BRUNSWICK
Ss now regarded a Certainty,
At HAMPTON, Georgia,
IS OFFERING TO TIIE FARMERS OF HENRY, BUTTS AND
SURROUNDING COUNTIES, INDUCEMENTS IN DRY
GOODS AND GROCERIES NEVER BEFORE
OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.
I have in Store and arriving everything in the way of DRY GOODS acd
GROCERIES that the people need, and at prices that defy competition.
BUY GOODS mJVVII HUAT.
In this department I have to offer—
-5,000 yards Prints, (new styles.)
1,000 yards Dress Goods, (Cashmeres, Buntings, etc.)
500 yards Bleaching, (Lonsdale, etc.)
200 yards 10-4 Sheeting.
5,000 yards 4-4 Sheeting, (Trion and Grantville.)
1,000 yards 3 4 Sheeting, “ “
1,000 yards C. I. Sheeting and Shirting.
1,000 yard* Spool Thread, (at wholesale prices.)
$2,000 in Men's, Boys', Youth's and Children’s Clothing, (latest styles and cuts.)
SI,OOO in ILits, (latest styles.)
41,000 in Men’s, Ladies’, Misses’, Boys’and Children’s Shoes,. (Men's Brogans
and Women’s Plow Shoes a specialty.)
41,000 in Gentlemen’s Underwear, (scarlet and white suits.)
$2,000 in Notions and Ladies’ Furnishing Goods. (Illuminated Vests a specialty.)
In this department yon will find all the latest novelties iu Notions, Hosiery,
Gloves, Laces, etc. Give us a call. If we can’t fill your hill we will take pleas
ure in showing our goods, ami if you imy we promise to save you money.
I am agent for Dubenils Bros. & Co’s celebrated .Scratch Pocket Shirt, best
Wamsutta mills, every one guaranteed, etc.
lam agent for Clark’s Mile End Spool Cotton. Can supply in quantities of
500 dozen or more, at jobber’s prices—55c.
GROCERY DEPART MUST.
In this department we have—
-150 bids. Flour, (Family, Extra Family and Fancy.) **
5, 0(H) lbs. C. E. Sides. 1,000 lbs. O. IC. Hams
20 bids. Granulated Sugar, 10 bids. Brown Sugar.
. 15 sacks Rio Coffee. 10 sacks Pea Berry Coffee.
5 sticks Seed Tick Coffee. 150 sacks Virginia Salt.
30 boxes Soda Crackers. 10 boxes Cream Crackars,
50 cases Oysters, 5 cases Sardines.
1,000 lbs. 0. K. Lard. 75 boxes Tobacco.
1,000 yards Bagging. 500 bundles Ties. 50 cases Soap.
HA WA R Y UE Y* AWT Ml K% T .
100 kegs Nails, 100 Long-handled Ames Shovef .uiie? Spades,
100 Long-handled Goose-neck Hoes, IA -evc'iie Hoes.
Full line Plows, Builders’ Hardware, Poca. m.: 1 able Cutlery, etc,
StI>3>!.MRY ami IIUiXESS DEPAKTME.vi.
10 setts Buggy Harness, 10 setts Wagon Harness,
100 Plow and 50 Buggy Bridles, Wagon Lines, Halters, cce.
To Country Merchants.
If your stock needs replenishing, and you would forego the trouble and ex
pense of a trip to Atlanta or other markets, I can give you such prices on
Staple goods as will astonish you. In fact, you cannot help buying if you will
give ns a trial. lam agent for Clark’s “Mile-End” Spool Cotton, the best in
the world. Every spool guaranteed, or money refunded to the purchaser not
satisfied with its merits.
Come and see us. I have the largest stock in town, which an inspection
will prove, and guarantee satisfaction to all who will favor me with their cus
The friends of Messrs. Rufus S Brown and Tommie Brown will find them
with me, always at their post with low prices to those in qnegt of goods and big
a* tains. Mr. Louis Mcfiouh, formerly (<f Butts,county, is. also with me. Mr!
J 11. Timbcrlahte will have charge of the books.).
R. B. EVA^S.
sep 30 3m
in t min,
M. I NUFACTURERS 01 AND DEALERS IN
Soots, Shoes, Leather and
LARGEST EXCLUSIVE SHOE HOUSE II MIDDLE GEORGIA.
Keep constantly in Stock, a full line of
Zeii’er’s, EosJei’s, Hte’ssii Cai la’s Fine Sites,
HAND AND MACHINE SEWED.
Home iVlade Brogans,
For Men and Women, $1 50 ; Boys and Misses $1 25 ; Copper tipped sl.
Of 73m 22 HILL STREET, GRIFFIN, GA
Crooksry mi Glassware,
Clmfleiisrs, Hall aid staid Laips.
ESTEA ORGANS, VIOLINS, ACCOR DEONS, and other Musical Instru
ments at prices heretofore unheard of.
W EDDIXG and CIIRISI MAS PRESENTS, and FANCY GOODS in endless
variety and at popular prices. Call and see
s. W. M
37 ITdl Street, GRIFFIN , Go,
New, MoieMoJifM"mi LOI priges.
Our stock of MILLINERY, RIBBONS, and FANCY GOODS for Ladies’wear
will be complete by the first of October, and our prices shall suit. Miss Kate
Camp, and Mrs. S. M. Duke, will be pleased to meet their friends.
MRS. M. R. BROWN,
sep 23-3 m 37 Hill Street, Griffin, Ga.
The “WHITE” Sewing* Machine!
The Ladios Favorite!
|||g|SF Bficaeje it is tie Liglitest
_ , -j RUNNING; the most quiet; mage* the prttiest
stitch: and has more conveniences than any
1 I It is warranted five years and is the easiest
t 0 sel, aE( f gives the best satisfaction of any
f j/ 9 machine on the market.
1 jj tiC nL- Ja T ntending purchasers are solciited to
amine it before buying. Responsible dealers
J " wanted in all unoecnied erriterv.
JT. I>. sV T. F. SMITH,
Wholesale and Retail Deales,
J 9. Broad Street: ApWT.I, CJeorgfla. J 9