STJ2, the grand Jurors, selected, chosen,
‘.i I sworn, fur the County ol Coweta, do
n i t 1’ : ovtng presentments. In exann *-
in.; tne 11 i ‘its . iii • Clerk of the Superior
C oi . w • lied them neatly kept, the papers
well arranged, and in tlieir pioper place. In
e.\ liniong the Books of tin? clerk of the Inferi
or C airt, we likewise ti and them in good order,
and tio r cordi g neatlv done.
•Ve, however, have to complain of the illegal
manner ot the allowance made tor posting and
keeping cortai 1 estray Horses, by one of the
magistrates of the county; to wit,(James Echols)
Without the assent of the Clerk; hy his own
authority allowed the enormous sum of 96
H liars for keeping; a id that the cost attondi ig
the same was more than the Horses sold for,
while said horses were.for the greater part of
tiie time, in the service of the laker up.
We have also examined the Treasurer’s
noks, an I find them neatly kept. We find
a small balance of monev in his hands, togeth’
or with a number of uncollected notes and
ft la’s, on which we recommend a speedy
collection to be made; some of which are al
ready i isolvcnt, and barred by the statute of
We allow the tax-collector the sum of $203
72 cents o i his insolvent list.
We present, as a grievance, the inattention to
patrol duties in our county, and would earnest’
ly request, the Justices of the peace of the
s weral districts, to app tint diligent captains,
an i see that they attend to their duty; and us
the Abolitionists, incendiaries, and discontent
ed white and black men, are found in
our country, we would advise the Justices of
t e peace to give in special charge to the cap
tu; .s appointed, that, should they find at an
unseason tble hour, persons ot a suspicious
charade/, collected with negroes, they subject
them to the same penalty, that negroes sou and
in similar situations would be liable We fur
ther receommend our Post Masters through
the county, to k ep a strict watch over their
respective offices, and prevent the circulation
of any anil all ince idiary papers or pamphlets
that mav come to their knowledge.
We have lamented the deplorable situation
of our public roads thr ugh the cou ty, we
think long enough; and we now present the
I ferior Court, commissioners and overseers
for gross neglect on this subject, and do ear
nestly trust this appeal will meet with immedi
iVe recommend to the Inferior court to
• nke some speedy and effi< ient measures to
; in serve our Court House from filth and spee
r-Co 11 mend our members of the legis
tu ■ to their efforts and influence in pro
i estrbhshm t or a Court for the cor
rection ot Errors .
further receommend to the members of j
’ o . a Legisla'tire to procure die passage of
i • n onsmg tiie estab.isbing an Asylum
to 1 toe poor of ui county.
fiirttier recommend the inferior Court!
to tn ike a smtabi compensation to Colo lei
a. is i It: son f r the destruction of his
fcoeriy near tnis piaco on account of small
1 “ prose .t tlowel Holly, for living in n
open adult ry in his county with Na.ocy
il ege; Miles Smith witness.
*V v. present oir sincere thanks to his Honor
Judge Warner, f'r the able and impartial dis
eharge of his official duties during the present
We also tender our thanks to the Solicitor
General for his polit ; attention to this body
hiring the present term.
We request our presentments to be publish- j
cd in the P li.idiurn and Columbus Enquirer. !
Bird Parks, F. M. William . 1. Terrell,
Thomas Jones, George Scott,
John Undenvood, Joel IV, Tetrcll,
PcAjion Pinkai and, Benjamin S. Tarver,
Thomas McLendon Samuel 11. Hutchinson,
Willard Fislier, John Hinton,
Win. U. Jlnderson, William Spratlin,
A'raltam North, Thomas Watson,
Thomas Hudson, Aynilla Hardy,,
Henry Keller, James G. Stewart,
IVe the undersigned Jnrois protest to so
much ofthe foregoing presentm ntments as re
fers to presenting the Inferior Court.
Wm. Spratlmg, Wsh. U Jlnderson,
John Hinton, Thos. Hudson,
On motion of Young J. Long, solicitor gen
eral it is ordered by the court that the within
presentments at the Grad Jury be published
according to their request.
A true extract from he minutes,
GEORGE PENTECQSI, Clerk,
4LL persons ind’bted to the subscribe r, are reques
t'd to come forward and set le their account? ; and
those to whom he is indebted, are required to call fora
6.ttleinent--as he intends shortly to leave the state.
■Vnwnnn, September 19,193*. 4tf
A LL persons having business with the subscriber,
xl will call on Jno. vl. Thomas, or ‘*\ illiam Nim
mons, t sqs either of whom is authorised to attend to any
of iny business.
C. W. Buckley.
September 19, 1835 4 3t
Clt ■ vJTi.* uftei lab- application will he
A. made to the Honorable, the Inferior Court of
• •vet.i cou ity, w iii * sitting for Ordinary purposes for
leave to sell the Hand and Negroes belonging to the
Lstate of John Boling deceased.
B2NNETT H. CONYERS, Adm’r,
Julv 6, 1835. 5 mitn
jVOTICIv—AII persons m.leb-
l ‘1 to the ‘ state of D iili.un ‘colt, lute of Coweta
couniy, deceased, are requ-ated to make immediate pay
ment ; and those having demands against said estate,
are requested to bring them f.rivard in’ iho time prescrib
ed by law. This 2.5 th of September, 1835.
A. B. CALHOUiN, administrator.
2 Ci September,
x \DMI\ISTRAToR’s ALE
ill be sold on Saturday the 7th day of November
i” xl, at ihe court-house door in the towu of Newnan,
all the personal prop ‘rty of William .Scott, late of Cow-’
ta ounty, deceased. Tetmsof sale made known on
that day. September 25, 035.
A. B. CA.LHOU.Nj administrator.
COWETA SLPERIOR COURT,
September Term, 1834.
; Allen B. Powell, executor of James Powell,
senior, de eased,
James Powell, junior.
Trover, &o. in the Superi-.r Court of Coweta
, county, and verdict for detendant at September
On motion of counsel, on ered by the court,
that defendant’s counsel should shew ’caus' 1 , on
or before the first day of the next term of this
court, or as soon as counsel can be heard, why
anew trial should not be granted in said case,
on tiie following grounds, to wit ;
Ist. Because the verdict was contrary to the
weight of evidence.
2nd. Because the verdict was contrary 6.
And that a copy of this rule be served 0..
O. H. KENAN,
! Coweta County . i
I, Georg.- Pentecost, clerk of the Superior
Court in and for said county, do hereby certify
tha the foregoing rule and order was taken ii
September Term of th Superior Court of seal
county, in 1834; and that the same is a true
copy from the minutes of said cent.
Given u ider my ha and in office, this 1 Sth day
ol July, 1836.
GEORGE PENTECOST, clerk.
Allen B. Powell, executor of Janies Powell,
James Powell, jun.
Trover, &c. In Coweta Superior Court, and
verdict for defendant i. the appeal at Sep
tember term, 1834.
On motion of plaintiff’s conns 1, ordered by
the court that defendant’s counsel shew cause
to-morrow morning, w hy anew trial should not
be granted ii said cause, on the following
grounds, to wit ;
Ist. Because the verdict of the Jury was
contrary to law, in this, that the Court charged
the Jury that it was necessary, to make a per
fect gift, that there should have been an abso
lute delivery ofthe properly, and taking all the
evidence teg-lher, it only shewed a qualified,
and not a total abandonment of tiie dominion of
the property by James Powell, sen.
JULIUS C. ALFORD,
O. 11. KENAN,
Coweta Superior Court,
September term, 1835.
i lie above is a true extract from the minutes
of said Court. 14th September, 1835.
GEORGE PENTECOST, clerk.
AI GUSTIA CHRONICLE
Anticipating e gagements which will material
ly interfere with our present ones, after the first
of October next, we offer the Augu&tiaChron
icle for sale, with possession at that time, and
will dispose of ii on accommodating terms. I
has a very large subscription list, which for
; s °me ime has been larger th nit ever was since
] we have had the control ofit.or probably before,
during ihe previous thirtynine years of its exis
tence—being the eldest ■ xisting paper in the
State, and the first, except one, ver estab'ish
jed in it. Its advertising patronage is also large,
j and the whole establishment is now as prosper
ous and profitable as it has ever be< n, and in
deed more so. Its stock of printing ma’eri 1~,
of all kinds, is vry large ad complete— proba
blv unsurpassed i! equalle , by thai of any othei
similar establishment in the South—and genet
ally new—the whol newspaper type and press
havi g b en in use but a few months—while the
exceedingly large and varied ass-rtment ol j b
type, is as good as new. A statement from
the books, ad the books themselves, tdg* thei
with the printing materials, will be submitted to
the inspection of those who may desire to pur
chase so that each may ju-lg for himself; and
we and übt not they will satisfy examiners, that a
similar amount of capital cansel oni be mor*-
safely and profitably i vested, in any wav.
Editors with whom we ■ xehang , would roo
fer a fivor, by publishing the above, which
would cheerfully be r ciprocat and.
T 5 1K following BLANKS, neatly printed on £oo<’
paper, at this office and kept constantly on hand
for sale at reduced prices
Sheriff’s Deeds, of the common form.
Sheriff’s Bail Bond?.
do Ca: Sn. Bonds.
do Ca. Su’B.
Justices’ Executions. Justices* Summons’.
Declarations in Case,
do in Assumpsit,
do in Debt.
Bonds and Powers of Atto. to make titles.
Marriage Licences.—Notes of Hand, &c. &c.
Any description ol BLANKS, if not on hand can b
printed at short notice.
3 * .IV1IIV.RA!” It
trice method |.t informing
, h ' B friends and tl.e out.ln eineru
<*> jiy that he continues the
1 n'jIRK UOVSE
I Augusta, and has tak n the fire-proof ware
house on the corner of Campbell and R ynoli<
streets, formerly occupied by Messrs. Slaughter
and Labuzan, ad rece tly hy R. Malone, esq.
Advances will be made, ii required, oti entt- n
in store, and orders for goods attended to with
ALL persons concerned are hen by notified that at
‘he n. xt term of die Court of’ rdinary of 1 ‘• weta
C’ irity, to-wit:. n the Ist Monday in Septenib rnext, 1
-Call move me Court for a Rule or (Infer absolute to be
dismiss, and from tile Guardianship of the persons named
m the oulc Nisi, &c. her with 1 uhlished.
v JOSEPH BOILLVNON, Guardian,
July 25th 1835.
Georgia, Coweta Count)/:
JSriPH B HANNON bums desirous of obtaining
letters of dismission from the Guardianship of Alex
under Gould on, A.ichael Goulden, illiam Gouldcn,
Levi Gould ti and Eint lino Goulden, Minors; and bavin”
applied to the Court for the purpose of being relieved
trom the said Guardianship: On motion, it is ordered, j
f iat all prsons interested tile th* ir objections in the j
Jerk’s t office of the Court. f( Vdinarv on or hefor the •
ext term of said Court, or appear :t ho Court house in
ewnan on the Ist Monday in September next, and be
fo f e the said Court then and there to b> h Id, sh w cause
t any they have, whv said Joseph should not b< dismis
sed from ihe Guardianship aforesaid, July Term 1835,
•rder passed by the Court.
SAMUEL D. ECHOLS, j. i. c, .
A true extract from the nrrnntcs of th* Court,
I) IVID MOSELEY c. c. o.
ju’v 25. 7 40d
ALL persons indebted to the Estar*- of Elizabeth
I nderw.Kxh dec’d, are requested to come forward
and make immediate payment; and those having de
mands against the said estate are requested to present
them in terms ofthe law.
L. Vi. HUNNICUTT, Admr.
July 18, 6 40d.
MONTHf*; after dote application will
JT made to the Honorable the Inferior Court-of < ow
rta county, when sitting f'o ordinary purposes, forlcav
to sell the r< a> estate of : lizah -th Underwood deceased.
LITTLETt >N M. HUNNICUTT, Adm’
June 13. 1 m4m.
Georgia, Coweta county.
fT’sfc, r HERFAS N in rod >. Childs, “na*dianof Fz*
¥ ¥ kiel Cothron, minor, has applied for letters of
dismission from said guardianship,
This is therefore to cite and admonish all concerned, to
be and app ar at the next term of said court, to shew
• ause, il any they have or can, why said letters of dismis
sion should not he “ranted.
September 6th. 1835
I certify that the above is a true extract from the mi
nutes ot the co art.
DAVID MOSTLY, c. c o.
September 12. 3
Georgia, Coweta ( ounty:
n/ii REAS Joshua T. Duke applies to me for
Letters of Administration on the Estate of John
Duk*, dec’d. 1h se art! iher- fore to cite and admonish
all and singular the kindred ail cr dilors of su.d decea
sed, to bean i appear vit ny office within ill time pre
scribed by law 10 show cause, if any they have, wiiy
Saul letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand at utfice, this 28th July 1835,
DA *ID J BELE i, c. c. o.
Aug. 1. 8 30d
Georgia, Coweta County:
I w i*a j-.. muutii apples io .ne for Let
¥ ▼ mrs ot Adiiunistiai on on t.i; e.st.aio ot johii
i vuL.ii.,stoii i_.ale oi suiu oumy olCuuslU:
1 1u se uiv. lueieloie to cite ano uUmonisii all and sin
guiai to.. lviiiUiLU uiia creuiloi's oi ucceuseu lo be
uu.t apical al .uy oil ice w.Liin t.iv. tail preset lb’ u by
av, to silgw cau??e ii any ibuy nave \\.,y saiu tetlers
MluliiO Out Ok glalltcu,
vaiveii under tuy nanu, juiy -9Li 1335.
• • *U. xM.eXxMIKJXSSif D. C. C. 0.
Aug. 1. 8 30d
Georgia, owela County:
it .Lall La Acs it j. ti. io r i’.jjj iua to me to
¥ ¥ ticis oi AdminisU'uUo.i o.i lue testate o
i-tuouii Johnson v siller, late of Burke county JNortii Cai
Th sc are th* rel’orc to cite, uiid admonish all and sin- I
“mar ih kindred and creditcisot tli said deceased, to
b< ann a^ptat at my office within the time prescribed
bylaw, tosh w cause, if any tiey hav, why said let
ters should not be grunted.
Hiven under my iianu July 29 1835.
vv ~i. M.rl.tiOJNS, D. c. c. 0.
Aug. 1 1835, 8 30d
Georgia Cowela ( ounty:
WH (i.FAS in. ui Andrews and George Scott,
Administrators on tlu Instate of Lewis Sims,
and c used, apply me for letters of dismi -ion therefrom.
Th so are therefore to cite and admonish ail and sin
gular the kindred and credit rs < f s; i decease*, to be
and appear at my office within the lime prescribed by
w, o sh w cause, if any they have, wiy said letter
hould not b * “ranted.
f ivan under my i ind, this 6rhos
7:\i n t l 1 IMS j c c. o
months after date 11 | idilin v I• n ado
to the onorab 1 the Inferior Court of Coweta
unty, when sit tin <r for < rdinary purposes, for have to
II a th lands belonging to the Lstab of i.evi Demp
-6 y, de. ased.
W. W >ELMAN, Adm’r.
Auffust 15. 10 m4m.
E. WHITE WM II sGEU
RCS .'EUTFULLY inform the 1 rinte sos the U
it and tates. to whom they h:iv long been individ
ua.iy kn un as Letter Founders, thal th ‘ have now
formed a copartnership in sai business, and hope fom
their united and extensive, experience, to be utile to
ive lull satisfaclion to all who may favor them with
The introduction of Machinery, in place of the tea
ions and unhelthful procss otc. sting type by hand, a
lesideratuin felt hy the Europe an and American foun
ders, was by American ingenuity, and at a heavy ex
penditure of time and money,on the part of our senior
nirtner. first successfully accomplished. Extensive
uiehine cast letter has fu Iy lest and and established its
superiority in every particular, over that cast by the old
The Letter Foundry business will be carried on by the
parties before named, under the firm of
WHITE, HAGER. 4- CO.
Their gpecimi n cxhili Is a complete s n s from Dia
mond to 1 1 lines Pica: tie Bonk and News type being
in the most modern and light style.
M FHTE, H AGER & Ci 1 are agents for the sale o
the Smith and Rust Printing presses, which they can
furnish to their customers at the Manufacturer’s prices.
Chases, Cases, < (imposing Sticks, Ink and cveiy ar
’iclc lined in t'-e Printing bnsin ss, kept for sale, and
liimished at short notice. < -Id type tak’ n in exchange
for new at 9 cenls pc pound.
N. B. N-wspape pro prietors who give the above
three inseriioos, will be entitled to live dollars in such
• rticles as they may select from our specimen.
E. V\ HITE,
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
will be dt nr neatly, and on reas
onable terms, at this office.
Accommodation Line of Stage a
THF. p blic are respectfully informed that a
t 7HI EKKLY LINE uF STAGES, between
Columbus and Montgomery is now established, through
by daylight, avoiding the danger of travelling overbad
roa,D In night \ coach will leave the City Hall Cos.
lutnhus, t very other morning at 7 o’clock, and ont
gomery xerv other morning at 5 o’clock—they will
meet at the half way house, rest all night leave there at
j day light, and arrive at ’ iorttgomery at six o’clock, and
|at Columbus at 4 o’clock, P. M.
The prnprit tors havi spared no expense to make this
line in every way worthy of public patronage. Good
horses, comfi tahh- and substantial stages,and experien
ced and ear. fid driven are provided. This line connects
at Columbus with Miller Horton & Co’s mail line from
Augusta. Passengers in these stages from the West
will have the preferneee of seats in the mail Stage, and
i those comnting in the mail stages will have pref renceof
| seats to Montgomery inthese stages.
N. B ’’xt asag -s furnished at all hours dav or night.
BEDELL &Cos. Co’u .bus. > ~
B \ O [N & vionigomery.&tto , Fropriesors
Sept 19 th 1835. 4tf
A LL persons are cautioned not to trade with my wife
Jane Cheek, as she has left my b and and Board
without an Just cause and lam determined to pay none
of her contracts.
AUSTIN M. CHEEK.
Coweta County, August 1835. 1 ts
~ ——— —_ . _ i
AGRLE ABI.Y to on order of the Ifon Inferior t'ourt
of Coweta county, when sitting for ordinary pur
po- s, will be sold at the court house m the town of
ewnan, Coweta county on the first Tuesday in Novem
ber next, a
NI GRO MAN
named Georg , belonging to the eslaie of Lewis Sims
deceased. Sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors
ot said dec’d.
Wm. G. ANDREWS,
Aug. 9 tds. Administrators
To Mr. James F. Robertson,
Administrator of Elijah Wil
son, of Jasper Cos De,
r |H’ ‘l s >s to notify ou and all other person’s that it
a may concern, that I hold the Deceased, Elijah V. il
son’s Bo- and for t"ties to Lot No roc. in th. fifth District ~
< tow ta < ‘ountv, and thisalso is to Notify you. the said
James F. Robertson, to produce the grant of the above
mentioned Lot of Land, drawn h the said Deceased, on
the fi st Monday in September next, before the Superior
Court of Coweta Cos. and Receive the last payment and
make titles agreeable to tenor of the Bond, that the said
Dec’d made to James G. Davis in his Lifetime, or I shall
proceed against you as the law directs
July 4th, 133 5
TIIE LS>EN stars
Newnan, Coiceta County, Geo.
jp IE ‘ubsrribei has taken the House I
is with die above Sign and has also’
• conflicted the Bell Tavern with his es
tablishment, & intends to keep up therrqni- 1
tation ofhis hous. as the best inland ra
ver* in the State No pains will b. Spar'd to under
everv one who may call on him comfortabl , as he in-i
tends devoting his personal attention to the business.— |
tie also invites Horse & Hogg drovers to call and’
See him, as he has prepared commodious lots &c for |
their accomodation, and will supply them on the most
I T. W. BOLTON.
| Aug. 29. 1 ts
TLLED before me by Caleb Garrison, of 691 dist
G. .77. one small
DARK GREY HORSE
about five years old, burnt for the big head; white star
in his forehead, both hind feet white. *> p .raised by
W. Solman and John Lee to twenty five dollars
JOHN MURPHY, j. p.
A true copy trom theEstray Book of said county.
72.. EA feT, c, i.c,
July 11, 1835. 5 3t
A LL persons an hereby cautioned against trading for
JNL tlvee notes of hand Executed bv tin* subscriber t..
Andr w ( .Ray, or order, amounting in all to seventy
dollars: da'cd sometime in January lasi, and payable the
i f |rs t day of January next with interest from date- The
I consideration for which said notes we e given having
: faded, I am determined nott • pay the same unless com
pelled by law.
Coweta co> nty, july 11 1835.
THE Ruhsc-ibers respectfully inform the Printers
that they l ave recently completed a variety of new
fonts of letter in the style of the atest European speed
mens, wit calculat and for ornamental printing or t istefo
display, and making their assortment ot PRINTIN
TV umivalh din beauty, extent and variety. A
nook of specimens may be obtained at the Fonndy No
.3 Chambers st eet, near Chatham street. It contains
specimens from twelve-line Pica to Pearl, comprising
45 > its of R imaii Capitals with Lower ase.
25 “ Italic do. do.
5 “ Title Roman do. do.
5 “ Title Italic do. do.
5 “ Shaded roman do. do!
17 “ A tique do. do!
12 “ Black do. do!
25 “ Opei; Black do. do!
2 “ Script do. do.
5 “ German Text do. do,
5 “ Two line Roman capitals with figures
11 “ Two-li :e Italic capitals
10 “ Shaded Capitals of various kinds.
6 Open do. do.
7 “ Italian Capitals and Figures,
Brailles O namrntal Letters, Buck-slope, Music
Lot-cry Figures, Piece Fractions. Superior, Astrono
mical and oth-r signs, Space Rules, Brass Rules, Orna.
me .till dashes, Long braces, more than two hundred
kinds or Borders; and more, than one -housan.l kinds ol
( uts and ornaments for school books, newspapers and
scientific works: orders for any of winch, or for enm
posing >ticks ( ases, Chases, See. will be execute- w!"h
han’( l | tinOSt prom P ,l,u< k‘® ‘arge stock being aiway- on
They Will execute orders for printing presses, printin- 1
prices &t- ’ whlch
P-inters of newspapers will please publish this adver
isement (with this note) three times and receive pay
;.m n rrom < tffi u p n U d l ?‘ ~e four ~,ms the amount
August W GEORGE BRUCE, A Cos.
U. S. CIRCUIT COURTS.
Sixth Circuit for th* District of Georgia.
James M. Wayne of Georgia, Circuit Judge.
Jeremiah Cuyler ofSavannah, Dist. Judge.
Savannah —Thursday after the Ist Monday in May.
MiUedgeviUt —Thursday after the Ist Monday in Nov.
Tiie District Court sits in Savannah on the 2d Tues
day in February, May, August and Nov.
Circuit Court Ilulee day the Ist .Mondays in each month
upon which days all writs arc returnable to the Clerks
office in Savannah.
Os the State of Georgia, corrected from the enrolled actJS.
EASTERN CIRCUIT—B counties.
Joiix C. Nichol, Judge,
>7 m. H. STiLrs, Solicitor General,
Bulloch, On Thursday before the Ist Monday in Not.
and Thursday belore the 4th Monday in March.
Camden, Ist Monday in April and 2d in Nov.
H’ayne. 2nd Monday in April and Thursday after the
2nd Monday in Nov.
Glynn, On Thursday after the 2d Mondoy in April and
the 3d Monday m November.
Mclntish, 3d Monday in April, and the Wednesday af
ter the 3d Monday in Novemoer.
Bryan, Ist Monday in December and Thursday after
court in Lib ,rly county.
Liberty, Wednesday after the Ist Monday in December
am! the Monday following the court in Mclntosh.
Effingham, 2d Monday in December and May.
j Chatham, Ist Nonday in January and 3d hr Juno,
MIDDLE. CIRCUIT—9 counties,
j JonN Schley, Judge,
I Ebenezer Starves, Attorney General,
Columbia, 2d Monday in March and September.
Washington, 4th Monday in March and September.
Montgomery. 2d Monday in April and Thursday after
the Ist Monday in October.
Tattnall, On Thursday after the 2nd Monday in April
; Emanuel, 3d \• onday in April and the Thursday after
the 2d Monday in October.
! Scriven, 4th Monday m April and 3d in October.
Burke, Ist Monday in May and the 3d in November.
Jefferson, 3d Monday in May and 4th in October.
Richnond, Ist Monday m June and January.
NORTHERN CIRCUIT—B counties.
Gabnet W. Andrews, Judge.
A G. Semmes, Solicitor General.
Taliafeiro, 3d Monday in January and July.
Wilkes, 3d Mondayin February and 4th in July.
Madison, 2d Monday in March and September.
Elbeit, 3d Mondayin March and September.
Warren, Ist Monday in April and the Thursday [after
the Ist Monday in October.
Hancock, 2d Monday in April and October.
Oglethorpe, 3d Monday in April and October.
Lincoln. 4th Monday in April and October.
WESTERN CIRCUIT—B counties.
Tiiomas W. Harris, Judge.
Junius Hillyeu, Solicitor General.
Clark, 2d Monday in February and August.
Walton, 3d Monday in February and August.
Jackson, 4th Monday in February ana August,
Gwinnett, 2'ut Monday in March and September.
Hall, 3d Monday in March and September,
Franklin, 2d Mondayin April and October,
Habersham, 3d Monday in April and October.
Rabun, 4th Monday in April and October.
OCMULGEE CIRCUIT—7 countiff".
John G. Poliiill, Judge,
H Freeman, Solicitor General.
Baldwin, 4th Monday in January and 2d in July,
Morgan, Ist Mondayin March and September)
Greene, 2d Monday in March and September,
Putnam, 3d Mouday in March and September,
Wilkinson, Ist Monday in April and Tuesda after t
Ist Monday in October.
Jones, 3d Monday in April and October,
Jasper, 4th Monday in April and October.
SOUTHERN CIRCUIT—II count*
James Poliiill, Judge,
R.L. Evans, Solicitor General,
I Lawrens. 2d Monday in March and September,
[ Twiggs, 2d Monday in April and October,
Pulaski, 3d Monday in April and October,
Telfair, 4tli Mondayin April and October,
Irwin, the Thursdays thereafter,
I Jippling, Ist Monday in May and 3d in November
| It are, on Thursdays thereafter,
Lowndes, on Mondays thereafter,
| Thomas, on Mondays thereafter,
Decatur, on Mondays thereafter,
Doolv, on Mondays thereafter.
FLINT CIRCUIT—9 counties.
A. M. D. King, Judge.
J. H. Stark, Solicitor General.
Crawford, 3d Monday in February and August,
Upson, 4th Monday in February and August,
Pike, Ist Monday in March and September,
Monroe, 2d Monday in March and September,
Newton, 4th Monday in March and September,
Butts, Ist Monday in April and Thursday after tbo 1C
Monday in October,
Henry, 2d Monday in April and October,
Houston, 4th Monday in April andOcber
COWETA CIRCUIT—IO countie?.
Hiram Warner,’ Judge,
Y. J. Long, ‘ol'citor General.
Meriwether, 2d Monday in February and AugnsJ,
Troup, 3d Monday in February and August,
Heard, 4th Monday in February and August,
Coweta, Ist Monday in March and September.
Fayette, 2d Monday in Ma clt and September,
De Kalb. 3d Monday and March nd September.
Campbell. 4th Monday in Jtiarch and September,
Cobb, td Monday in April and October,
Paulding, 3d Monday in .Jpril and October,
Carroll, 4th Monday in April and October,
Ci IATTAHOOCHIE CIRCUIT—IO countie*.
Grigsby E. ‘! homas, Judge.
J. P. H. Campbell, Solicitor General,
Stewart, Ist Monday in February and August,
Randolph , 2d do February and August.
Early, 3d do February and August,
Baker, 4th do February and Augusk
Lee, Thursday thereafter,
s under, Ist Monday in March and September,
Marion, 2d do March and September,
Talbot, 3d do arch and September,
Harris, 2d do April and October,
Muscogee, 3d do April and October.
CHEROKEE CIRCUIT—9 counties.
J ..Hooper, Judge.
W. Ezzard. Solicitor General.
Union, Ist Mondayin February and August
Gilmer, 2d do February and August,’
Lumpkin, 3d and 4tl Mon Hay in’ February and AoguA
Forsyth. Ist Monday in March and September- S
Cherokee, 2d do A/arch and September,
Cass. 3d do JVfarch and September
Murray, 4tb do JWarch and September
Walker, Ist Monday in April and Wednesday after ttwv
Ist Monday in October.
Floyd, 2d Monday in April and October.
P<)UR months after date, ap
plication will be made to the honorable the Inferior
Court of Kalb county, wher. sitting as a Court of
ordinary, for leavoto Hell the shares of \\ illiain H and
Eltzabcth A. Dabney, orphana of Andrew Dabney Zo
!n rbt 8 ?7 D ll ?'7’ f aSed ’ i0 Lot of number 77.
terubi'r 1935 tnCt ° f C ° We ‘“ “ uu, y- This *h of Sep.
GARLAND DABNEY, and
„ J. w. calhann,
September 18 3 Guardians.
fteorjfiai, C owefa county.
Wl ERi .AS John Sima makes application for let
tera ol administration on the eatate of Sarah
d.ccaaed, of Hancock county.
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
eular the ktndi ed and creditors of the deceased, to be and
appear at my office, within the time prescribed by law.
to shew cause, it any they have or can, why said letters
should not be granted. *
Given under my hand, this Bth day of September 183 P,
. _ „ DAVID MOBELY, c. c. .
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