TIIE WEEKLY TELEGRAPH AND MESSENGER, FBI DAY, MAY 23.
THAT WILLOW FARM.
People Surprised at 8ueh an Enterprise
Situated Hear Macon.
Considerable surprise was occasioned on
8unday by our slicrt description of Mr. I.
C. Plant's willow farm. Very few imagined
| In the case of Academy of Music Com-
! pany vs. J. 8. Rogers, the jury brought in
The Bibb 9 U perlor Court nnd the United ft verd|ct for the plaintiffs.
TAYLOR IN TROUBLE.
States Circuit and District Courts.
The following business was transacted
The first business was the organization
The following is the calendar:
Thursday—Sullivan vs. Granntss; 'ininn I ha , for”some
V'. Derains; Hunter vs. City of Macon and ! . . .
U. Plant's willow farm. Very few imagined Tno™rst ousiness was me organization Central Railroad Company; Mrs. R. Mor* I . , , * '
. . . , . , . . . ... . i ,i,. estiva. 8. II. 8fpgl*ton f Sharper Howard the Fourth street grocers, receiving a part
that any rich industry was beins carriedi of the ftrand Jurj. The foltowln, arc the . E1|ft Huw „ d . , <ulu fe. H.Ucrs vs. H. C. | thc profits of each sale for ids work,
on in Geornia and especially «o near Me-j grand jurors sworn in for the term: Sailers. if. .os i„„n i ,
con. Fifteen minutes behind a three -year- Lewis E C'ulrer, foreman, J. W. CofT.-e, Frids)-Caiar Bradley rs. Mary Brad-1 He " M I"*. 1 .™*” 1 to »«» only for cash and
A Young Man Wanted Very Badly In Ma
George Taylor, who lives on Fifth street.
time been selling goods to
for Messrs. W. C. Turpin A Co.,
u« jiuriflwagainst minds Dean.
AIm. at the eane time and plaro two acres
of land lying in the Knst Macon district ad-
the ** **' ** - —
Leary and Ned Butler. Levied .
erty of \\ esley Blount to satisfy a tax fl fa f«r
State and county taxes due on said laud for the
year IMS against Wesley Blount.
Also at the wme time and place one-half
old cousin of CoL Bill Anderson’s famou
# . -v--- nud place one-half
... r of land lying in East Macon district, nd-
ioiuing the lands of Wesley IPount.W. It Mill-
dScd Butler. Levied on n* thy j,*roi*er-
rereipted bills were sent by the drayman*
... T. Allinx, Isaac J. Kicks, Simon F.llis, ; ley; Virginia Crooms... .. . . . . .. .
. , , , . ( H. X.Brilh, Henry Williams, Win. Yanti, 1 K. B. Nelson vs. J. A. Nelson; William i who delivered the goods he had sold, fur
Hosa \\ ilkes takes one from the court J ganford Btroud, IMward Hill, W. P. Hart-j Whidhy vs. T. (i. Ilolt; Academy of Music | co!|ection 0n Mfty lQ Taylor 8old M
. ... , «. Moore and wife: Mrs. M. J.McEvoy vs. I of
l/idwell Bailey and Osgood P. Willing-1 W. 1\ Goodall; Mrs. Kate 8. Turpin
to satisfy a tnxW
aid laud for the
house to this bonanza farm. You leave I man. Henry I.
the city at the old Macon and Brunswick J!*Mcy Butler. Charles Tlioinp
. . * . , . . . 4 11, Conner, Win. \\. Collins, Wm. Nesbit,
is, Rohr. M. Ward,, vs. T. Guernsey.
pson, Tbos. I Monday—I)oo ex. dem,_ Moore and t
depot and drive deep into the swamp c
good road, passing by Blake's brick yard.! hum.
Between this yard nnd >fr. Plant's place
stands solitary a‘nd alone on the roadside |
the house where Swamp Moliie and her
partner were murdered one night 'in 1STC.
No one could ever be induced to live in the
Mr. Piant's place is surrounded 1
cost so much, but it looks more like the
wall around China. At the entrance Mr.
Plant has a number of neat houses, one for
“Old Daddy,” a negro man wliokecjHa
look-out over the place and tends the
chickens and guineas. Another house is
for the machinery, nnotlier one for hay
presses, etc., and yet another is for the
storage of corn. This is built upon idles
wMh the piles covered with ziuc, which
keeps the rats out.
To get at the windows you pass through
a patch of oats that have just headed up
and cause the mouth of your three-year-
old Wilkes to water as lie trots by. And
from this point you have a pretty view of
the entire place. To the left h Tracy Lake
with its thick tanglewood. To the right
are several acres of timber from which Mr.
Plant gets his fuel. In front of you is the
liver bank with its waste of back-water
marshy land. To your rear is the city with
an ambitious chutch spire peeping over
Mrs. li. Ii i r.mwn: .1. K. t'oopervs. O..• i
The charge of Judge Locke contained .Sparks ami Willis Sparks.
no special features. It was a plain, con
cise presentation ot the business before
them, ami the Intv and rules to wnfch they
were expected to conform in thc discharge
of their important duties.
In thc ease of the United States, vs. Jo
seph Mainer, Randolph county, charged
with retailing spirits without having paid
the special tax. the jury returned
diet of not guilty.
The civil docket wr.s then taken up In
the ease of the Chesapeake Guano compa
ny vs. W. B. Sparks, assumpsit, defen
dant's attorneys tiled a plea for the Ad
mission of parol evidence to set out
certain conditions of the agreement, not
stipulated in the writing.
Messrs. Washington Dessau and G. W.
Cu.-tin spoke to thc motion, and Messrs.
Walter B. Hill and Nat West upon the de
The court sustained the demurrer and
the trial proceeded. Thc case will proba
bly bo concluded today.
rending the trial of the al>ovc case, the
court adjourned until 0:30 o’clock this
THE UNITED STATES GRAND JURY.
Two true hills were returned on yester
day against V. S. Holton, of Crawlord
n.kMtttt* Tl.a f,.. irttliliAlilIni, *0711 1ST
TIIE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT
Judge James W. Locke presiding. The
argument in the case of thc Chesapeake
Guano Company vs. W. B. Sparks wus re
sumed, and consumed the forenoon sea*
Upon the reconvening of thc courts in
the afternoon, it was announced that an
amicable settlement had been reached, and
by consent of parties the case was with
drawn from the jury and thc suit nol
prosed. The terms of settlement between
parties were not stated.
The Attorneys engaged in the case were
J. N. West, of Savannah, and Walter B.
Hill for, plaintitrs.and Messrs. Rutherford,
Dessau nnd Guatin for de fendant.
In the case of United States vs. Alexan
der Hodges. Jasper county, charged with
illicit distilling, etc., the defendant tiled
Ids plea of guilty. Sentence was suspend
ed and the defendant required to enter
into recognizunce in the sum of $100 to ap
pear and answer the further order of the
The courts adjourued until 9:30 o’clock
THE UNITED STATES GRAND JURY.
Minty. The first for withholding $478.0*
of pension money collected by him for
vvWromr th* mvrind nf rlre birds that Mrs - Elizabeth Shtirley. now deceased,
find tt?M?t hMd J . of d th 0 , il.il!1 *»«■ « "Won:of a .oldtorot .he war
most succulent moreda. ^ -mg* tat I dre" U‘nd
admire the willow farm, n-vei SI» BWIWW i... ■■
table, with alternate patches of green and n f ♦».„
rhnrnlntf Wi* vtrtirL it till* ctifil of till* Owing to tllC SeriOUS illness Of tllC
chocolate. We struck it m tut cool ot. uie cuscd n barely |K>SK ib]e that a trial will
be had at the present term. The final
evening when the roods were full of Inn-
driving the cows into town, ami numbers ,
of men, women nnd children goinjjr home I !‘ ,na > also
after a day's fishing in the lake. With the n . ..
exception of the occasional tinkle of a cow j , 11 J
bell. there was a sweet silence which a ided | b^hcUry.
no little to the beauty of the pastoral scene
which one can see so near the busy town.
Much could Ik? written about the willows
intluenced by negotiations
, ig looking to the payment
of tlie money to the lawful heirs of the
In Bibb Superior Court yesterday*in the
e of Lathrop A; Co. vs. McBumey &
There were not many readers of the Tele- Collingsworth, the jury brought in a ver
from willows alone .nr. naia n»mu vu-i I terwnrdmnttlixl
make ns much as $*JOO per acre, and yet one a 1 ~
has only to imptirc the market price and I In the case of M. L. Napier vs. Clarke
take one glimpse of the farm to be con- Grier, judgment for $3-5 for defendant
vinced. We said he could make a ton of
willow s to the aero the first year, anil that
he gets $*J00 per ton. This is not all
bark and leaves that are stripped from the
In the case of W. H. Jones, constable,
The I vs * O. M. Davis, non-suit.
In the case of W, H. Camming ct al. vs.
willow switches sell readily to manufac- & c . Wright, rule against sheriff and or-
taring chemists as a substitute for quinine. . , # ____ #f , 0 »
This need* no preparation and is ready for ler *° 0V , e 5j ie t J n0 ^ e ^'I
haling when stiipi>ed from the switches, i In the case of W. H. Bailey vs. W. F.
The article has set many to thinking, nml Cannon, administrator, judgment for
one gentleman who owns nearly n thou- t> i a i n t:«r ■
sand acres of swamp land, said yesterday * . *
if he could procure thc cuttuigs he would
• set out all of it in willows. ^ .
The willow farm is certainly a big thing, plaintiff,
and may result in a willow-ware manufac-
tory being established in Macon.
Mr. Charles H. Freeman has had charge
In the case of A. G. Bailey vs. W. F.
Cannon, administrator, judgment for
eral important true
LYING IN AMBUSH
on Fourth street, a box
tobacco. It was sent to
him with a receipted bill as
usual by thc drayman and paid for. On
the 11th Taylor sold Mr. Daly a tierce of
hams, the hill amounting to fid.si. u
was sent to him—the drayman again car
rying a receipted bill, but this time Mr.
Daly did not pay it. Mr. Turpin knew
Mr. Daly was all right and supposed he
would pay the hill in a few days. The
matter was allowed to rest until Monday
morning, the 19th. when the bill was again
sent to Mr. Daly by one of Messrs. Turpin
A Cos. clerks. Mr. Daly told
the clerk the bill had
been paid and showed him the hill of May
10th. for the box of tobacco, on which
Taylor had entered the tierce of hams sold
him a four days later,on the line below the
tobacco item, bill above the words “re
ceived payment” and the signature. As I
soon as Mr. Turpin found out how thc
matter stood, he began to look for Taylor
and in a short time learned that he had
left the city, going in thc direction of At-
year 1SS3 nipdnst Jk-nnls (ireen.
at the tame time uud place*, one-fourth
noroof land, more or loss, lying In f
•v. — lying in the Godfrey
District, adjoining the lands of Dave King,
Jnnie* King, and M S. Thompson, levied on
ns tbo property of »Vm. Brown, to oattsfr n tax
11. fa. for Stuii* nnd county taxes due on said
land for the year lssa against Win. Brown.
Abo, at the same time and place, one aero of
less. ljdng ln the Godftvy !>!s-
trlct, adjoining the lands ot Jcre Flanklln
C harles Thomas and II. T. Johnson. Levied
ou **th e property of I*. Muufonl totatMyu
tax fl. fa for State and county taxes dueou
;»h} land for the year l&h3 against 1*. Mum-
Q place, one acre of
land, more less, lying in the Godfrey District
adjoining the lauds of W. p. Goodall and
Motes l’ollock. Levied on ns the property of
Abram Wilder to satisfy a tax 11. fa. for State
*-*- - ■* said laud tor the year
CENTRAL FURNITURE HOUSE
Nos. 60 and 62 Poplar Street,
£N to# front for the ratronsfio of the poopl,. with e> oomplete nod well nworttd Uock I
Furniture, Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Shades, Rugs
LOOk. 4 Bet <•>) Kooil Oh»(r» for "L ; ltla Bout," lj"d Uoom Hn.,
Pd,lor buit ”
Central F rix-iiitixi-e House ! 1
0hMrt ° * $1M btdtU ^ t0 “ BMroo ‘
lanta, on Saturday night.
Mr. Turpin went to Atlanta yesterday
morning for the purpose of having Taylor
arrested and brought back to Macon, if he
could not get his money from him.
Taylor told hia friends in Macon that he
was going to Texas. He is the young man
who attempted tulcide in Macon a short
To Murder Capt. Simpson on Tueeday
But for a plunge of his horse, Capt.
James A. Simpson, superintendent of
Strattoh'a brick yard, would in all proba
bility been killed on Tuesday arternoon.
And it happened in this way:
In the morning ef that day one of UiaI
negro hands, Jim King, was sent after ice
and other tilings. Gn returning he placed
the ice iii the sun near the office at the
brickyard. On finding it melting, Copt.
Simpson remonstrated with him for allow
ing the ice to waste in any such manner.
His manner was insolent in thc extreme
and caused some hot w.ords to pass be
tween them. Jim finally raised a scoop to
strike the Captain and us Jie did so the
Captain knocked him off a wagon with a
Our Railroad Dining Rooms.
Gapt Tom Henderson is determined
giving the traveling public one of tiie neat-
east lunch parlors to be found in the coun
try. The dining hall at the union passen
ger dei>ot now presents a showy and
tempting place for the hungry, and the
table hill of fare is in strict keeping with
the appearance, being strictly first class.
In addition to the neatness of the hall. Dr.
Wright’s incomparable fly fans have been
put in. and one can now enjoy a meal free
from (lies and at the same time being
nicely fanned. Jack Mobley, one of the
best business boys to be found, is in charge
of the saloon, and his courtesy anl urban
ity is appreciated by the traveling public.
At the new depot, Capt. Frank llervcy
lias made wonderful changes in the dining
saloon and the traveling public will always
find not only a roost excellent hill of fare
but the roost courteous treatment from
Macon is glad that the strangers passing
through the city ore so well provided for
in the matter of luncheon.
nml county taxon duo
Ids:*, ngulnst Abram Wilder.
Also, at the same time nml place, acres
of land, more or less, lying in the Warrior
District, adjoining the* property ot Vauaucki,
John Htokes, Waldron and lluniy. Levied on
ns the property of the estate of A. B. Hhnrne to
satisfy n tax fl. fa. for State nnd county taxes
due on said laud for the year 1WJ against the
estate of A. B Sharpe.
Also, nt the same time nnd place 234 acres, of
BENJAMIN SIC AlOWStirr
THE FOSS & PEVEYJB OTTO MG A RD.
• ••• •oiuv i*mill I'liiru acres, «*»
laud,more or less,lying In Rutland District,nnd
known ns lnnd lot No. 231 and ns the residence
of George F. c herry. Levied ou ns the prou
dly of Geo. F. Cherry to satisfy a tax A fa for
stiue nml county taxes on said lnnd for the
year 1883 against Geo. F. cherry.
Also, nt the same time nud place one acre of
land, more or less, on Andcison street in God
frey district.adjoining the lands of Wm. Good
year, G. T. Ilurnctt and C. It. Freeman. Levied
on as the property of Robert Moody to satisfy a
tax fl fa for .state nnd county taxes due on sold I
luud for the year lttod against Robert Moody.
O 8. WKSTCOTT.
Sheriff Bibb County.
1 Mr- 1
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May A, 18St-law4w
C. S. Lcsscur, executor of the estate of Susan
nah Lesseur, vs. Ewell Webb, principal, and I
UPWARDS OF SIX THOUSAND IN OPERATION
OVER SEVEN HUNDRED IN GEORGIA MILLS
07* Re'crencc, J. F. HANSON, Agent Bibb H.nnf.cturlng Comp«n,,;Mteon, u,
John If. Sanders, security.-Complaint, iu I
Bibb Superior Court.
IT appearing to the court that John II. San-1
* dors, one of the defendants in the above- II
named cause, is dead, and Wm. R. Sanders Is I
administrator ou his estate.
It is ordered by tho court that said Wm. It.
Sanders In.* made a party defendant to said
suit, and that he being a non-resident n copy I
|of this order be served by publication as pro-1
WirriffiBf "*» <* nrn»
timr*wm HIRAM SIBLEY & CO. RocheHer,N.Y. Chicago.Ill
T. J. SIMMONS. J.ft.C.
A true extract from the minute* of Bibb Su- !
perlor Court, April 3d, ltstKi. A. B. ROSS,
the court house to have counsel
assigned them. Kmeline Guerrv and her
olthe farm for the past three veers, nnd ,o»~Cliarlie Guerrv, implicated in tiie
takes as much prido in keeping it up and robbery of Fannie Brooks's house, were re
in order as Mr. Plant.
leased, the grand jury having failed by
some oversight to find bills against tliom.
Willie Clay nnd Willie Holloman, burgla-
■ ry, were assigned to Prof. Daly. No bill
And the Onlr One ot the Kind Ever In | was found ngnlns^j^^^^^^^^b^
A CURIOUS CASE.
charged with stealing a grindstone,
, wns settledyesterdny the. ha, ab ^ nV’-fi
trocied much attention from the lawyers | furnished tho prisoners at the
of the city because of lte novelty nnd com- jail with an auger some time ago, employed
ml.Mr. Washington Dessau. Jordan Kdy,
plications. Tbc following are the facts
near ns we can get them:
charged with arson ami assault and bat
tery, alio employed Mr. Deesau. Edmond
About seven years ago, Mr. R. L, Henry I Key, concerned in the robbery of Ifapp's
took from Mr. E. Isaacs, In payment for a "tore, was assigned to Messrs. Guerrv and
H*ht. fivit note* for f.Y) each and one for Ro *?- 8ld andWcs Hunter, charged with
debt, five note, for|50each and one for .baling, w.re'^ed t?Mc»m.
$13, making an aggregate of 1303.
Moore and Wimberly. Antonr Jackson,
These notes were about to go out nf date charged with assault with Intent to murder,
•bout eight or nine months ago when Mr. employed Mr. 11. \V. Patterson. Willie
them, but this for some reason he declined to Messrs. NVIlllngham and Btrohecker.
to do, whereupon Sir. Henry brought ae- Mitchell Woolfolk. charged with burglary
tlon In the County Court and put tne notes and arson, wa, assigned to Camp and An-
t for principal and Interest, demon
was ohtslned Mr. Isaacs Thc criminal docket will be taken nt
He then went off and aa was afterward
learned, told several negToea he intended
killing Captain Simpaon. Nothing was
seen ot hint, however, until about 6:34
that afternoon. While riding on hia horse
on his way home, and while going up the
narrow road near Gunn'a place, his horse
shied. On looking around to see the
cause, he saw Jim's head through
the oak brush taking aim with
a double-barreled shotgun. Jim fired at
that moment, and at the same time the
horse plunged, thc load of squirrel shot
taking cflect in the horse's neck.
Captain Bimpson immediately threw his
hand behind him for his pistol. Like a
Hash he remembered that ne had left it
at home in the morning. At the report of
the gun the horse in plunging forward
broke the girth and cansed the Captain to
fall heavily to the earth. He aprang to his
feet and ran after the negro, who took to
lib heels, carrying the gun at a trail arms.
Tiie Captain had no weapon but threw his
milk bottle, which he carried with ids
dinner, at the negro, who managed to «l
away. A sharp lookout was kept for hint
oil night, but he could not be found.
Yesterday Captain Simpson came In
town to have ids horse attended to, and to
■ecure a warrant for tho assaisin.
Jim Kingia noted for bb insolence. On
one occasion when before Judge Holt in
the County Conrt, thc Judge fined him It r
contempt. For this he threatened the life
—Yesterday while Mr. Henry O'l’ry was
sitting in a chair in the door of Flanders'
store, a hoe fell down and struck hint on
the head, cutting a deep and painful gaali.
GEORGIA. BIBB GL'LNTY—Whereas, Geo.
Bank., udmluistrntor of the estate ot Mary
Ann Houston, late ot said conuty, deceased,
has made application tor letters ot distal I
from said estate.
This is to cite and admonish all concerned
to boaud appear at the court ot ordinary of
JuM fatm Flirt Frrfuiom and M«<!al a
Hi** Hou'bcru Kx|**ltit)U *tLnui«Yilff
■Down It la made of bent %tilto oak aud MrG.j i * ‘ -v A>v
It rai’UUyand cheaply cnltlvataa growlnir cropa.* i n *. -^
plloatlou rlioulri not bpffrantc^.
Wit ne** my haml uud ofllclal alfroaturc, thla '
March 4. ISKi. J. A. McMANTS.
inatti law3m* Ordluary.
it raj ltiiy nutij hcauly cnltl\aU’i» uTowiuir crowi,
ffiriyC0TT0N.C0RK & VJKEAt.-^-. • ^
It wiU roriUrely HAVE one horlna and t%*o - aHiHuLtrJL . -
tigyj"** n.Hiv.tiiy (you a*) C at^aa L and iu Toraa
I waited upon to see if somepropoaitlon about Monday week. Judge Simmons
or settlement could be made. In the endeavoring to procure help as there ai
_ | >try yet
left a legacy by a relative in England. Markham cose will probably consume sev-
HearingoSTlhb', Mr. Henry oflereil to take I era! days. He has written'to J udgea Fort
an order on the legacy, but Mr. Isaacs still and Clarke to aaabt him. The docket for
the present term Is unusually large, but
Acting under adviee ot tils mend judge there has been no delay.
M. K. Freeman. Mr. Henry filed a bill in tbi ratriD states ctaccrr asd oiantcr
equity in Bibb Superior Court through Hill
A Harris, restraining Mr. Isaacs from re
ceiving the legacy or tranefetrlng It to nnv I ano Company v». W. B. 8parka,"conUnu*d
other person,_untU the execution was paid, ( rom t j le |, re¥ loua day, was resumed.
J r *: I Mr. Dcseau, of counsel for thc defense.
m cot ars.
Tim trial of tiie cate of Chesapeake Gu
am! praying tor the ap|»iutment of a re
ceiver to take charge of it. On the final
An old physician, retired from prac
tice having liad placed in liU hands 1>y
an East India missionary tho formula
of a simple vegetable remedy for the
speedy and ]>ermnticnt cure of Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma
and all Throat and Lung Affections,
also a poaitive and radical cure for Ner
vous Complaints, after having tested
it« wonderful curative power* in thou
sands of coses, has felt it his duty to
make it known ro his suffering fellows.
Actuated by his motive and a desire to
relieve hitman suffering, ^ will send
free of charge to ail who desire ft this
recipe, in German, French or English,
with full directions for preparing and
using. Sent by mail by addressing
with stamp, naming this paper, W. A.
Noyes, 149, Poxctrt Block, Itochntcr,
New York. sepUweowlOt
GEORGIA. BIBSOOUNYT.—Whereas, W. K.
Boxer*, executor of Mr*. E. L. Rodger*. Into of I
*altl county. deccn*e«l, has made application I
for letter* of di*missk>n.
This Is. therefore, to ctle and admonlfh all I
persons concerned to be and appear at the
court of ordinary of a«td county ou ihe first
Monday in June next to show cans*. If anv
they can. why said of application should cot
4 -0 wanted.
■ witness my hand and official signature, this
ftjarch 4.1884. J. A. McMaNUd.
nmri-Umr.m* Ordinary. |
GEORGUTbiBB COUNTY. Whereas, John
dismission from said estate. I ■
This is to cite and admonish all persona con
cerned to be and appear at tho eourt of ordl
uary of said county on the first Monday in
August next to show cause, if any they can.
why said dismission should not bo gn ‘
Witness my hand and official signature, this
May 2.1»*4. J. A. McMANL’H,
moved tho court to admit certain equita-
hearing of the case, the order wax made bie grounds of defense to show the inten-
t and Mr. James \ an \ alken- n on 0 ( parties to the contract After liear-
waa tppolntefl receiver. This went j n g t b e argument pro and cun upon the
tht SuDretne Court and was motion, the court held that the practice in
mow) being mm* fuse on I * I— LV.1.—..1 At.t r» it...
. -----w the only case on | the Federal Court* did not permit the
reeord in this State where an effort was blending in a single action of equity and
made to roake a legacy in a foreign coun- common law proceedings, and the motion
try subject to a roan’s debts in Georgia. was accordingly overruled.
The receiver started on his mission to The trial of tiie cause waa then allowed
England and wai telegraphed when he to proceed to thc extent of concluding the
reached Savannah to return because of a testimony adduced bv the plaintiff, aud at
wa.~~~.tof settlement. He proceeded on I this juncture counsel for defense moved
Th, Battalion Review.
The parade and review of the 8econd
Georgia Battalion at Sparta, on JuneStb,
promises to be a big occasion. The good
people ol that place arc nrncst in inviting
the military and their friends to be there
on that day. They promise an "open-arm
welcome” to all, and as Sparta does not
afiurd any extensive hotel accommoda
tion. tiie people will set a dinner in the
open air and provide regular old-fuhloncd
It it thought that the Volunteers,
Rlfies and Codeia will take at least
thirty men each. The Baldwin
Bluet and Putnam llifita will take about
forty each. The Cadets of Mllladgerille
will alsoetccompany the battalion.
Betides the military many others (rom
Macon. Mille.lg.vUle and Eatonton will go
over. Our Sparta (rlendi will, we know,
make the day a pleasant one.
prospect of settlement. He proceeded on thla juncture counsel for defense moved
bis way, however, and yesterday the case for A continuance of the case for the term,
reached an amicable and ■atisfactory #d- t0 enable the defendant to file a bill in
it is to the Ingenuity of Judge Freeman
that this method of collecting the debt was
resorted to and carried out successfully.
A BOLD ROBBERY.
for tho protection ol his
In the action. After
argument the court also overruled I
this motion and the trial proceeded, it is
xpccted the case srill be concluded to-dav.
An order of nolle yroeet/ul was taken In
’ the case of United 8tries vs. Wm. O’Danl
Several months ago District Attorney
Darnell, acting under instructions from
thc alxth auditor of the treasury, brought
suit on the bond of W. A. Hnrndan < I.in
postmaster at Dublin, Ga., to recover (70
due from him on general postal accounts.
On yesterday the attorney called the eaae
with a view to toklng Judgment against
age in detaining in involuntary servitude
, a colored farm lalwrer, thc defendant hav-
The robbery of Rev. J. 0. A. Clark a ret- j [ n g paid ail coats,
idencc on Monday afternoon waa com- In the case ol the United States v». L. C.
milted by Addle Kendrick, th. eook. uJS,S’
into the bouse and took a gold watch, gold to’dismlss 111. action upon the allowing of
bracelets and a number of other articles, defendants that the principal sum sued
On the return oi the family they were forbad been paid to a representative of the
the auretles for the amount, and to hi*
surprise found himself confronted with a
receipt in full for that amount signed by
"11. If. Lanier, post-otfice inspector,", now|
to recover a deficit in the money order
funds of the same postmaster, still remains
astounded at the toes, and very promptly Fost-offlce Department, whose receipt they
■ -* — • I produced in conrt.
reported the matter to oftlcer Mun>hy. produced in court-
acting lieutenant, who detailed ollicer I An order of r.M< prate., u. was also taken
Henderson to work up the case. in tiie cate of L nited Mates vs. John Coch-
A gianee ihowed the ofllcers that the ran,of Jaipercounty,chargedwlta -ctsil
work was done by some on the premlsee; ing eplriu srltbont haring paid the special
bat so good a bouse tenant was Addie | Us: required by law.
that the family were reluctant to believe | Fending argument in the ease of Cliesa-
thaiahe was concerned in the stealing. Peake Guano Company vstW. B. Sparks
They decided wisely to let the officers pro-1 the court* adjourned until 9:30 o dock
cees as they wished, and late at night they I thla morning,
went to Addie's house near Qak IUdge I tiicunii
I as .... ...renw. on yrecenrey no
I osring to the en-
NITED STATES O&AND JURY.
At the forenoon session on yesterday no
o « eaaeolilno I sJU*I»lv*“ WM irBlIslLlCll, UWIIIg Ul Hi" “II-
trouble aearchlng for f orPe j ebeence of the foreman. Lewis K.
. ,., o Culver, Escp, by reason of sickness in his
tamily. At tiie beginning of tiie afternoon
Implicated agirinamed Annie Brown I o( the grand jury was
,,e * r brought before tiie judge and William Col-
them. The watch
the StubbletieM House.
Officer Headcrson found several stolen
articles at Amile'a bouse, among
washstand and bowl stolen fr
Clark's residence several weeks
of sheets and
Henry, and stolen from hia house w hen lire
wes in bis employ several months ago,
were found. It aeema that Addie and An
nie were partners in their stealings.
Both ere locked up, warrants having
been sued out. All the stolen property Ins
been recovered except some gold bangles,
and it is believed chat these will he found.
This powder nerer ranee. A marvel of
mrity, strength, and wholesomeneea.
More economical than the ordinary kinds,
and cannot be told in competition with
themulutndenf low teat, abort weight,
alum or phosphate powders. Hold only in
eons. Royal Bakixo Pownsa Co. Whole
sale by Jaques A Johnson.
[jenler, poet-offlee inspoetor," now
Upon this showing, by which the
tent wes bound, thla suit was dis-
lUllU* UI tire IUIIIC |">sni-ttani, null iviu-Mi-
on the docket. It haxaigneti for hearing I
on Saturday, tbc 26th in»L, and may ter
minate in the tame way.
uglit before the judge
Uni. 1><i" apitolnted foreman. The jury I
• ill>st m vu then rea^iorn and the order apttoint-
rJlrDr 1 !^^
ing Mr. Culver vacated.
following true bills were returned
Death of a Policeman.
Officer James C. James died yesterdey
morning at the home of his mother in
Jonee county, near Roberto's Station. He;
wes tick ouly a few day>.
Macon did not have a more efficient po-l
liceman than cfficer James. He waa vigi
lant at all times, and though quiet in ids
manner, was uniformly courteous, and no
I one attended to his dutiee more atrictly.
The chief eeteeraed him highly and in the
ahaence or aiekneas ot the lieutenant
placed him in charge of the squad. |
The news reached Macon yesterday that I
Mrs. James had a congestive chill daring
the wonting and was unconscious of Iter
husband'a death. Chief Wiley detailed
officers Yager and Henderson togo^re
oddneTor the'Ioodr's nunXr 0n *. ,or 'rtoUHloa of internal revenue lawej Roltiru’e' Htoiion ind'render every poeel
It WUI Coat You Nothing.
“Forwhatf” For a medical opinion in
The attention of tbi* body will be direct
ed, during it* present fitting, to »ome very
UNITED STATES OJMMI<J»IOX£X'« CO CUT.
Augustus King, of Warren connty, and
Thomas Tbompaon. of Butts county, were
before Commissioner Haskins on yester
day for preliminary c lamination on war
rants charging them with retailing spirits
without having paid tiie special tax ie-
Quite an excursion party will come
down from Atlanta on the ‘JOth to be in
Macon during the tournament exercises
of the Horse Guard* on that day. The
Guards will reach Macon on tiie evening
of tbeftth, but the excursionist* wiU not
come until the next morning. ti
The Tbalians give the Guards a ball
Masonic Hail at night. A great many
people from the towns around Macon are
for bis appearam c* at the present, (expected,
the Circuit Court to answer. t
mate amount in Cf
Atr.Dtie in nearly e\rrr onportanl ton
ENGINES, GINS, SAW MILLS, ETC.
| VF.ORG! A.
, ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY.
.rentedjThe Largest Dealers in the South.
m 0,n 'u I B . Ol,er .!,V S, . w MilU ' ® a,v, - Shingle, Lath. Planing and
K . 8 uA C il!r. e ’’ »nd Flouring Mills, Cane Mills.
' — I u/oriAre. o-V- i rt .v '2, BW L u,,u riounnn mills, Gane Mills,
IA,BIBB COUNTY—Whereas. Mark eparators,^ Ciotton Gins, Presses, Sulky Plov^s, Rake*. Reapers and
Unsburg ha* made appllcailou for letter* cowers,.Shafting and Pulley3. Steam Pumps, Boiler Feeders. Whistles. Gauaci
Lantbenr. late of said county-
This 1* to cite and admonish all person* eon-
R.nse r»■ • w,in x.is, nuuucr nose ana dpiii
M. HR I Jj™ M Q ® od »> P*plng and Engine Fittings of all kinds, Machinery Oil, Eto.
ccrned to bo and appear at the court of ordlua- •^occond-hand Machinery «»low prices. Look to yourlaterrat and act our i r cm»-hnwtnv
i,,j,:, : , ; i PERKINS BROTHERS,
A > ATLANTA, CA.
next, to show cause. If any they can, why *ald
application should not be granted. , _
til'r UaJ “** °fjL mSaxcI* hl ' 39 and 41 West Alabama Street,
GEORGIA, BIBB COUSTY.-Undcr and by
virtue of a decree rendered by tho Sui»crlor
eourt of anld county. In the case of M. Daly and
T. C. Burke, administrators, vs. Mary McMur-
rny. ct at/wlllbc sold before the eourt house I
In the said county, on the first Tuesday In I
June next, during the legal hour* of sale, the I
following described projierty to-Wtt: The I
northwest part of Wharf lot No. 20 In the city |
■■■■■ !>art of \\ liarf lot No. 20 In the city I
of Macon, fronting about Aft feet on Wharf l 1
Istrect «ii<l running back nlmut 230 feet to the I
river. Term cash. W. DKHMAU, 1
V. f. M. DALY,
^7;aloC l '^
amends. MvMttMMMWfreMUa smO Wow US
r>"%i cttwn»lv* lots fa—4 la »•» A—k»au-n
■ U>rw pre»t red k fa mt mj mm tnmm&TAajfa«<ri|
nullRlro.lufrr of l . llp.. It.. I. I nrl* Ohio.
ItiirlmnL 1‘olnto—, 31 arltli hr»sl l url/iorn, <
r If uM>nr*l Hrenauh, iUXu h«—1» .
1<rw VcnubM, I llaiHHl
tent «»n lit* (arm*
fl*nu BtwljM^tKre^Un— UUkAohuj .gici, ► v; *■.. b* 1 u «|
IS J. H. GREGORY, Seed Grower, Marblehead. MatL
GEORGIA. Bl BR COUNTY.-Whereaa. N i«bet
Wingli'-ld, administrator of the estate of Lou-
1 A. Win - ■ * *
to cite and admouish all |>enons I
!•« n»ed to l*c and appear at the June term, I
. of the court of ordluary of aaid county, to I
fv cause, if any they ran, w hy aaid apptlca-1
■■ sliouid not be granted.
Willies* my hand and olficlal slg-
■ • * * —
I tare for UM Is,
I thetr Catalogue, am
aa well as all standard kind*. A special fea
I- * *cc«U t I* I ii it t to tit! it \ tl .. f: ■
■laded,wtMwt ckarpa.a copy at nkMB
rork of 320 pa
deraon*aKew Book, ••4-arUrn anil 1 arm Topic**,') a work of 3-*-o pagl*-*, 1 ..m-l ...m. iv I
bound in cloth, and containing a steel portrait of the author. Thc prim of ti eh>*.k nl ir.«U|
fUA CaUtogueof*'i:Tcr]rtlilnff fortkeUard£^'givln*dt:t.i:! ,frcconappli at.-1..|
PETER HENDERSON &CG • 35 & 37 CortlanJt St., New Y rk I
Of Wesleyan Female College!
■ gkoroia, Ribs County.—Will be sold at the
usual place of holding sheriff's sale in aaid
county, on the first Tuesday In June, 1*81, be
tween legal sale hours, at public outcry. and
I for cash, one Wesleyan Female bond for five
For Household Use,
hundred dollars—number SI—aa the property !
of the estate of John T. Coley, late of said coun*
debts, and for b«ue-
WEDDING PRESENTS I
Lanre stock and Low Prices.
£jp-.S.:nl for Catalogue.
J.P. STEVENS* CO..
lebS wly Macon. G.u
Bibb County Delinquent Tax List.
Bibb County Sheriff Bales.
ty, deeea»e«l. Hold to par debta, a
tit of legatees of aaid J. f. Coley.
J. H. LATIMER.
Executor J, T. Coley.
aeon, Ga., April 23, lw».
GaoantA, Bibb County.—Whereas, Morris
Peyser has ma-ie application for exemption
of personalty and setting apart and valuation
of home-stead, and I will l
at 10 o'clock l
at i.ty DML
HMpsu upon the same
on the 14th day of May .laid,
J. A. JlcMANW,
•nUn ot a new I In this court yesterday morning the rase j Kotwithstanding much has been said
vRa^lng tnrannent, whSTfo now attract j of J. E. Russell vs. Central railroad was fibogl lh«
log wld^attontion and bjr which met re-1 up . Thl , „ tht ,b.re Mr. '"rL^vcT^TcWm^ yonr it-
SSSSrfTwrfto AfflLSa on. #-*’» run into by a train at It nU-.If. l.yW J
JfinIou.ln.J:«r core, but to I th. Third street cn—1» Tire i°ry
1» to lire an opinion in jour nu., Iwi
famish you with rnch information In re- I brought in a verdict for tire plaintiff,
gstd to Ureir rrew Treatmcnt as will ,n»- InlU , dlTonx . , mt , A M.tiids Smith rs.
t you nothing!. Smith, the plaintiff obtained first j
cunaoltatixin. 1 earalict •
tie yon to get an InU!
tore and action. Its
a% they mak« no charg* (or cJosultatumT | vtrdicL
a healthy constitution to your offspring,
flunk ua for the suggestion.
GiTe roar boy Smith’* Worm Oil.
The following described property remaining
delinquent for the non- >aym*nt of flute and
county Uxes for the year 1M3, or so much of
said property as may be neca—ary to discharge
the taxes and charges doe thereon, or due from
the owner thereon, at th* time ot sile, will be
sold daring the legal hour* of sale by the
sheriff at the court bouse In the city of Macon
ou the first Tuesday <n June. UN. to-wlt:
Also, at the same time and place, one and
three-quarter acres of land, mere or lesa, lytug
In the Vinevllledlstrict, adjoining the prop
erty of II. v. I-»nlor. Berry clay and Bailey.
Levied on as the property of htephen Burnett
to satisfy a tax fi fa for (Rate and county taxes
due on said land for the year 1M3 against fltc-
Also, at the same time and place, one-fourth
of acre, of land lying In Ihe YinevMIe district
and known a* part of lot No. 30, adjoining the
property of Isaac Jackson and Mary Howard.
Levied on th»* property of flareh Holmes to
satisfy a tax ll fa for Mute and county taxes
due on said lot for the year Iwd against Harsh
Also, at the same time and place, ten acres
>f land more or less, lying In the Vineville
llatrict, adjoinin'*' the property of Thomas
Jordan and Jim Wheeler. Levied oti as the
property of Robert Robinson to satisfy a tax
fl fa for hlate and county taxes due on »al(* * ‘
for the year l^M against Robert K >hln»on.
.Also, at the same flute and place. 100 acres of
land, lying In Kntland district, adjoining the
property of J. V, Flynn, Mrs. Johnson and
Geo. F. rherry. LevRd on as the property of
Tom Dean.agmt, to satisfy a tax fl fa for Mate
and connty uxes doson—id Und for the year
1*£ against Tom Dean, agent.
AUu. at the same time ami place one-half
acreoflnud. lying in Ka-t Mm «m district, ad-
i join lag the land of A. K. Small, Ne*l Hum-
phreya and Dundy. I> sled oaas tlu
property of Fraadfl Deaa to satlafy a tax fi fo
GEORGIA, BIBB COUNTY.-Whereaa, H. 8.
fiweet. administrator of the esUte of Joseph
11." HhlnhoUcr. late of *al«l county, deceased,
has ma<le application for letters of diamiaslon
from *ald estate.
This la to cite and admonish all persons con
cerned to be and appear at the court of ordi
nary of said county on the first Monday In
July next to show cause. If any they can,why
said application should not be granted.
Witness my hand and ofllclal signature, thla
* fll.DMl. J. A. McMANl’8,
BY virtue of an order from the CoOrt of Or
dinary of Bibb county, will be sold on the flr»t
Tuesday In June, l**t, at the court house door
In said connty, between the legal sale hour*,
the following property, to-wlt: The house and
lot situate on thc corner of Oglethorpe ami
Aparks streets. In the city of Macon, aud at
prc»eut occupied by Dr. J. J. Brantly. flaid
lot fronts ou sumrk * street seventy (70) feet
and runs bark tne >ame width one hundred
and seventy G7U} feet to a ten feet alley
•i ALWAYS SATISFACTORY
EIGHTEEN SIZES AND KINDS
ity ( . . ...
Also, part of lot No. ft.on the corner of Chest-. __
PURCHASERS CAN BE SUITED
J ViAKIN. Clr.c.nnati.O.
Qixc-n the South
^RWI MIL S
*. Gizs Cl
Macon, running one hundred and nine and
one quarter (.lo.* 1 j f.-«H along Uheatnut street,
ithcm-e north «me tiundretl ami eighty-two (|S2)
feet to the right of wav of said railroad, thence
along said right of way to Cbotnut street. I
Termsof sale, one-half cash; balance at twelve
months, with Interest from dale of tale.
WILLIAM HAZI.KIIURST. a>lmlal*trator
with will annexed ol Mrs. Carrie It. raid
Isaac JLSbeppard & Co-.Baltimore.Md.
AND 1*011 HAl.i: 11V
GKO. 8. OBEAR,
Hi) Cherrv 'treri.
Vlrt.-oD t l 2.
OKoRGlA. CRAWFORD COUNTY- II. J-1
Sanders applies to me for letters of dfsmiaaloo I
On estate of Mary K. Danie(ly, late of aaid |
Thla will du all peraoaa concerned to show |
cauM. if any they hare, by flu first Monday
July. 1*44, why aaid application should not l
BtXt'4 PU» unit
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April 2,139ft. law tw
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