Jackson herald. (Jefferson, Jackson County, Ga.) 1881-current, March 04, 1881, Image 2
The'Jaekson Herald. ROBERT S. HOWARD, Editor. JEFFERSON, l Riau noirno, nnn-h i, ixm. Ix>ts of the brainy and prominent men of the country arc parsing over the dark river. Dr. Felton's last act as a Consressman vras to put through the bill making Atlanta a port of entry. Atlanta has struck a big moral streak, as > is evidenced hj* the late raid of the police on a 1 theatrical troupe and the ordinance about gambling. The Ba-ptinl Banner js up on its legs again. An<l is out in a half sheet this week. It got caught like wc did by trying to run a news paper on credit. Col. Cash, who killed Col. Shannon in a duel last summer, in S.C.. has just been tried for the offense. The jury failed to agree, which amounts almost to an acquittal. 1 lie newspapers arc talking about cx-Gov. Bullock's cabinet chances. It strikes us that they arc rather slim. But if we were in \\ ashington City to-day we could tell more about it. I he Athens* Daily Danner lias been enlarged as we have remarked before, Bro. Waterman is making a noble ofloxt to supply the citizens of Athens with a good daily paper. llis success will depend largely upon the support he gets from her citizens. Some of our exchanges arc engaged in making a gulternatorial boom in this State for ex Gov. Bullock. Well, lie would make a good Republican Govenor, but it strikes us that the Democratic part}’ ought to make a selection out of their own ranks. The legal proceedings so far have failed to collect the interest, that ex Treasurer Renfroc is due the State. The case before the Supreme Court lias just been decided in Ren fro O’s favor. But the Court intimated the possibility of getting the money in another way. To-day President elect Garfield will be sworn in as President of this great and glo rious republic. The occasion will he made an opportunity for a grand civic and military display. From all parts of the country peo ple have assembled in Washington C’ty to behold the imposing spectacle and take in the sights. Those Democrats who, at the heel of the session, stay away from the House, thus causing the lack of a quorum and prevent the passage of the Apportionment bill by a Dem ocratic Congress, should be elected to stay at homo altogether next time. —Augusta Chron icle and Constitutionalist. We are of the name opinion, and want to see the rule en forced. We venture the assertion that all of the Georgia railroads are opposed to the railroad Commission, and while the most of them seemingly acquiesce to the regulations of the Commission, yet they are all bent and •determined to abolish the law establishing the Commission the very first opportunity they have, and they arc leaving no stone unturned in their effort to make the Commission obnoxious to the people. And we predict that they will be successful in their effort. When Hayes was inaugurated the Demo cratic press made a great cry over the massing •of troops around Washington. They assert ing that it was the intention of the Repub licans to use force if it was necessary. We notice that no objection is being made to the assemblage in Washington of an unusual large number of troops to assist in the in augural ceremonies of to-day. The precedent is a bad one and should he frowned down, especially the using of the troops of the regular army. Senator Carpenter, of Wisconsin, was a native of Morctown, Vermont, born in 1524. After two years at the military academy, lie entered the office of Rufus Choate, with whom he studied and began the practice of law. In 184S he removed to Wisconsin, where he speedily gained prominence at the bar. lie was elected United States Senator in ISG9, was defeated for re-election in 1575. and was again successful last year. lie was considered one of the ablest logicians of the Senate, and was an eloquent and forcible orator. The introduction of American street cars into Rio de Janeiro lias produced a groat change in the social and business life of the people. There are two kinds of cars one for barefooted people, 5 cents ; and one for those who wear shoes. 10 cents 31 cut liitacrtiscmcuk G I'IOKGIIA, •Isu'ltson Comity. \\ herons. Jno. C. Whitehead, adm’r Arc., of Hannah Craft, late of said county, dee'd. applies for leave to sell the land, belonging to said dee'd’ estate— This is to cite all concerned, kindred and credi tors. to show cause, if any. at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, on the first Monday in April, 1881, why said leave should not be granted the applicant. Given under mv official signature, this March 2nd, 1881. ' 11. W. BELL, Ord'y. | Jaelivin Couniy. Whereas, J. It. Pendergrass applies to me. in proper form, for Letters of Administration on the estate of Hugh Sargent, late of said county, de ceased— This is to cite all persons concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any they can, on the first Monday in April. 1881,*at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, why said letters should not he granted the applicant. Given under my ollieial signature, this January Ith, 1881. il. W. BELL, Ord’y. * Notice to Contractors. \\7 IIT be let to the lowest bidder, before the Coart House door in .Jefferson, on Satur day. the 2nd day of April, 1881. the contract for rc-buildiiHl the McClcskcy bridge, across the Oconee river. Under the following specifications : To be built onkthe remaining arches and little above level with same, two trestles to he placed ou the cribs now in the river ; one of said trestle to be built, the other is now down the river, about one mile below the bridge location, and will be allowed used; the one to be built to be of like timbers and workmanship as the one on hand : one swinging span to be built, length of same from one crib in water to the other, with 5 sleep er. Bxl2 inches; said sleeper to lap at least 3 feet over cap .ails, and the out side and one middle sleeper will bolder to cap rails in each span. All sleeper bridges with 2x3 strips : 2 bolsters, oxl2 inches, 1C feet long, to be placed one-third the length of span apart, the same to extend across the oottom of the bridge, under the sleepers, and supported by main rods running through from top of truss to bottom of bolster ; said rods to be of best round iron, U inches in diameter, with taps and washers. Timbers or bracing for truss to be 7x9 inches in length to one-third span. Brac ers to be even notched at the foot, bearing one cap rails, and each foot to be well pinned with two two-inch wooden pins and one iron bolt; the pins to extend through both the braces and sleep er. and Kultieicnt depth in cap rails to hold all S securely. Iron bolts to extend through braces | and sleepers just inside cap rails. Truss to be i braced with two braces on each side, running from lower end of bolster to top of truss, made ol 3x I scantling. Braces to be framed 3 feet .1 inches , high from top edge of sleepers to top of braces, i All Mooring to be 2x12 inches, 14 feet long, and ! will be spiked down with two-forty penny spikes at each end, also spiked right and left in intermc | diate sleepers. Hand rail or banister to be put up on level with level beam length of bridge, ex | cept lowest of level beam. I’ost for railing to be notched through Moor and keyed on under side. ! Contractors willl be required to furnish and lit all ! timbers necessary for the construction of said bridge as it was before, with the exceptions of the i following timber, which can be seen about one | mile below the bridge location, on said river, the same will be allowed used, contractor taking them lat their present location, to-wit: G sleepers, 24 feet long ; 4 sleepers, 27 feet long; 4 sleepers, 30 feet long; 1 crib arch complete, B[flooring plank. 4 pieces railing. 22 feet long. The mud sills of the arches in cribs to be banded with 2.1 inch bar iron and bolted to 3 logs of cribs, and middle up rights to be strapped to mud sills with same kind ofiron. Said work to be completed within forty days from time of letting. Bond, with two sol vent securities. in double the amount of bid will be required immediately after the letting, condi tioned for the faithful compliance of the terms of the contract. The same will he paid for when | completed in accordance with the specifications. full and complete specifications can be seen at ; this office. March 3rd. 1881. 11. W. BELL, Only. VLSI), at the same time and place, under the same terms and like specifications, for simi lar work and timbers, will be let the contract for re-buihling two spans of the Talassee bridge; one arch in height to suit height of balance bridge to be built as arches in McClesky bridge, on crib in river; built of timbers 10x12 inches, 2 fleet by 8 feet, to extend to surface of the water. Said tim bers to he well pinned at each corner, placed in water and filled up with rock. Mud sills to be fasten on said crib as the specification calls for in McCJeskey’s bridge. Sleepers. lioors. cap rails ail'd-all other timbers and work to lie done in like manner as similar work on the said McCleskcy bridge. March 2nd, 1881. 11. W. BELL, Ord’y. H 11011(114, .Suckson County. AT Whereas, Rebecca A. Casper applies to me, in proper form, for Letters of Administration with the will annexed of Daniel Casper, late of said county, dec’d— This is to cite all concerned, kindred and credi tors, to show cause, if any they can, on the first Monday in April. 1881. at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, why said letters should not be granted the applicant. Given under my official signature, this January sth, 1881. 11/W. BELL, Ord’y. Jackson County. Whereas, J. W. Strickland and John I. Pittman make application for Letters of Administration, de bonis non, on the estate of John J. Parks, dcc'd, late of said county— This is to cite all concerned, kindred and credi tors, to show cause, at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, on the first Monday in April, ISBI. why said letters should not be granted the applicants. Given under my official signature, March Ist, ISSI. 11. W. BELL, Ord’y. , Jackson County. Whereas, W. S. Finnegan, Administrator on the estate of Julia F. Berson, late of said county, de ceased, applies for leave to sell the lands belong ing to said deceased— This is to cite all persons concerned, kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any, why said leave should not be granted the applicant at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, on the first Monday in April, ISBI. Given under my official signature, this Decem ber 24th, ISSO. ' 11. W. BELL, Ord’y. Q.EORI I, Jackson County. Whei 'eas, M. T. Dalton applies to me, in proper form, for Letters of Administration upon the es tate of Thos. Dalton, late of said county, dec’d— This is to cite all concerned, kindred and credi tors, to show cause, if any, on the first Monday in April, 1881. at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, why said letters should not be granted the applicant. Given under my official signature, this Decem ber 29th, ISSO. * 11. W. BELL, Ord’y. -QICC4I A. Jackson County. M licrcas, T. 11. Niblack, Adm’r of John A. Long, late of said county, dec’d, applies for leave to sell the lands belonging to the estate of said dec’d— This is to cite all concerned, kindred and credi tors. to show cause, if any, at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, on the first Monday in April. 1881, why said leave should not be granted. Given under my official signature, this March Ist, 1881. ‘ 11. W. BELL, Ord’y. G I'iOSSOBA. Jaekson 4 otinly. To the Commissioners of Roads of Jackson Coini -I>J : On account of the almost impassable condition the public roads of the county are in, caused by the late heavy rains, and this being the season of the year when the roads are greatly needed and used by the farmers and all other persons, your early attention is earnestly called to the impor tance of having the public roads of your respective Districts put in good traveling condition at once. March Ist, 1881. 11. \V. BELL, Ord’y. Jackson Postponed Sheriff's Sale. \\7’ ILL be sold before the Court House door in IT Jefferson, Jackson county, Ga.. within the legal hours of sale, to the highest and best bidder at public outcry, on the Ist Tuesday in April, 1881. the following property, to-wit: A tract of land lying in said county of Jackson, on the wa ters of Mulberry river, adjoining lands of Edwards, Del aperriere and others, containing one hundred and twenty acres, more or less, known as the Weatherly place. On said place, are reasonably good improvements, and a fair proportion of open cultivated land and old field pine and forest tim ber. Levied on as the property of Hugh R. Bar nard and William A. Weatherly, to satisfy a mortgage ii. fa. in favor of Wesley Nance, Exec utor of John Seay, deceased. against said Hugh R. Barnard and William A. Weatherly, issued from Jackson Superior Court. Levy made by John J. Wallis, former Deputy Sheriff. Property pointed out in said ti. fa. T. A. McELIIAXXON. SUcrilfJ. C.j Ga. .iack'.on County. Whereas, A. A. Williams. Guardian of J. M. Williams, a minor, makes application for leave to sell the interest of said minor in a tract o( land m said county — ' . This is to cite all concerned, kindred, >.. to show cause, if any they can. on the first Monday in April. 1881. at the regular term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, why said leave should nut be granted the applicant. ... (iiven under my official signature. March Ist, 1 SSI. 11. W. BELL, Ord’y. G 1 EOitkil t. Jackson County. r .... Whereas, J. N. Williams, Guardian of Elias Maynard, minor son of Elizabeth Maynard, late of said county, dec’d, tenders his resignation of said trust, and suggests the name of W. E. A. An derson as a suitable person to succeed him— This is to cite all concerned, the next oi kin. to show cause, if any exist, why said resignation should not he accepted and said W. F. A. Ander son appointed Guardian as aforesaid, at the regu lar term of the Court of Ordinary of said county, on the first Monday in April, 1881. Given under my official signature, this March Ist. 1881. 11. W. BELL, Ord’y. Jackson Sheriff's Sale. \\J ILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in April YY next, before the Court House door in Jeffer son, Ga., within the legal hours of sale, to the highest and best bidder, the following described property, to-wit: One tract of land, lying in said county, on the waters of the South Oconee river, adjoining lands of J. E. Adams, David Elder, E. M. Thompson and others, and known as a part of the J. -J. McCulloch place, containing seventy acres, more or less. On said place there is a pret ty good log dwelling and outbuildings; about thirty-five acres of upland, in a good state of cul tivation, remainder in old field and forest. Levied on as the property of W. S. Thompson, Jr., and Milton Thompson, to satisfy a ti. fa. issued from Jackson Superior Court at the February term, 1877, in favor of J. 11. Huggins vs. \\ . S. Thom pson, Jr., and Milton Thompson. Property pointed out by the plaintiff, and due notice given to W. S. Thompson, Jr., and Milton Thompson, tenants in possession, as the law directs. March 2nd. 1881. T. A. McELII ANNON, Sheriff. Commissioner s Sale. Jackson Comity. By virtue of an order of the Superior Court of said count}’, at the February term, 1881, will be sold within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in April, 1881. before the Court House door in Jefferson, the brick building in said town and the lot whereon it stands ; sold as the proper ty of F. M. Bailey and J. L. Bailey. Sold for the purpose of dividing the proceeds between said J. L. and F. M. Baily. Terms of sale cash. Said sale conducted by the undersigned Commission ers, appointed by the Superior Court of said county for that purpose. This March 2nd, 1881. P. G. THOMPSON, ) J. E. RANDOLPH, >■ Commisssioners. J. A. B. MAIIAFFEY, j Aciniinistrator's Sale. A GREEABLE to an order from the Court of x\_ Ordinary of Jackson county, Ga., 1 will sell at public outcry, in the town of Jefferson, before the Court House door, within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in April, 18S1, the fol lowing property, to-wit : A tract of land contain ing two and one-half acres, in the town of Mays ville, Ga., unimproved and lying about two hundred and fifty yards from the depot, on the Northeastern Railroad, and joining lots of Dr. Alexander, Atkins and others. Sold as the prop erty of Amanda I.oggin, dcc’d, for distribution among the heirs of said dcc’d. Terms cash. C. M. WOOD, Adm’r of Amanda Loggin, dec’d. Postponed Sheriff's Sale. WILL be sold, before the Court House door in the town of Jefferson, Jackson county, Ga., at public out-cry, to the highest bidder, on the first Tuesday in April next, within the legal hours of sale, the following described property, to-wit: One tract of land, containing twenty-live acres, more or less, lying in said county, on the waters of Turkey creek, about one tnile below Jackson’s mill, and adjoining lands of McDonald, Davis and others, and known as the place where R. C. Wil hite lived. About fifteen acres in cultivation. There is a good mill house and dam on the place ; also, a good framed dwelling and out-buildings and good orchard. Levied on as the property of R. C. Wilhite to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Jack son Superior Court in favor of C. W. Hood. Prop erty pointed out by plaintiff, and notice given to J. Foster Daniel, tenant in possession, as the law directs. T. A. McELII ANNON, Sh’ff J. C. PARKER k CAMP BROS. 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