LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION,
JPoatofflce Official Advertiser.
OFFICIAL PAPES FOB
THE COUNTIES OF
SATURDAY MORNING:::::: SEPT. 28.
nrWe learn that the Hon. Noah H.
Swayue, of Ohio, one of the .Justices of the
Supreme Court of the United States, spent
Thursday in this city, and left on yester
day to hold a term of the United States
Court, with Judge Ballard, at Louisville,
Ky. We regret that this emftient Judge
could not And leisure from bis judicial du
ties to have passed some days in Atlanta.
Our people would have been pleased to
welcome in their midst so distin
guisbed a citizen. Judge S. is the father of
Gen. Wager Swame, commander under
Gen. Fore for the District of Alabama.
THE TWO “PICTURES”
Her (Georgia’s) status, says Judge Har
ms, “ is that of a State out of the Union.”
The terms, “ out of the Union,” plainly
imply the existence of the Union. No logi
cian will deny that. But,
“The Intelligencer endorses Judge Harris’
decision as to the status of Georgia; it
therefore, by implication, recognizes the
existence of the Union.
If, therefore, the Union exists, what saved
it? Republicanism or Democracy? The
doctrine of State Rights or the old Whig
theory of Federal Supremacy ? And,
If (as Judge Harris and the Intelligencer
agree) Georgia is a conquered. State out of the
Union, and the power which represents the
Union is the conqueror, who, according to
the law of nations, has the right to dictate
the terms of her readmission? Judge
Harris says the conqueror has this right;
the Intelligencer endorses Judge Harris’
opinion, and yet it professes to see a dis
crepancy between the proposition that the
Union hat been saved, and its correlative
that Georgia is a conquered State out of the
UnionJ We had given you credit for a
clearer head, brother Whitaker.
rr The sketch of the “Ncwnan Camp
Meeting*’will recall to the memories of
the old and middle-aged the scenes of their
youth and early manhood, when camp
meetings and ‘•quiltings*’ were among the
most popular religious and social repasts
in Georgia and Tennessee. Most of our
-old men will remember that when “they
were young.’’ the camp meeting season
was looked forward to as a sort of annual
jubilee, wherein worldly cares and vexa
tions were for the time forgotten. Our
colored friends now seem to be going
Through the same spiritual tutilngf.
E3f“Tlie United States District Court,
Hon. John Erskixe presiding, after a ses
sion of nearly three weeks duration, has
adjourned over to the 15th of October.
Duriug the sitting, an unusually large
amount of important business was trans
acted. The retit Jury was discharged
JST’Docs anybody understand the pres
ent political status of our excellent
neighbor, the Intelligencer? Is it for or
against Convention ? Is it for or against
Reconstruction on the basis of the Con
We ask these questions in all sincerity,
and without intending disrespect. Come
friend Whitaker, show us 3’our hand.
Executors are Elected by the
Hakicai. Oaoass.—Oeneml Uope i»o
made a good thing for his Radical organs
in comnelling public officers to advertise
in them, and prescribing no limitation as
10 price. They have taken advantage of
this omission, and piled on from 50 to 62%
per cent, on the customary rates of the
country. An Ordinary writes us that for
citations dismissory he is charged §10,
while he has been accustomed to pay here
tofore only $6. We suppose there is no
remedy for this imposition. It is necessa
ry in order to support Radieal newspapers
in the South, ana the public interest is not
:«> be considered.— Macon Tel ep-aph, 27 th
Inasmuch as the Opinion has been selected
as the official paper for some thirty coun
ties, and is therefore included in the cate
gory of whaat the Telegraph calls “Radical
organs,” it is due to us and all concerned,
that the Telegraph state who that Ordinary
is, and in tchat paper he advertises. It
is certainly not the Opinion, for we have
hut one price for legal advertisements, and
that is the same prescribed by law, and
which the Milledgeville Union, and other
papers have been charging for the last ten
It to therefore right and proper, that the
Telegraph should give the name and local
ity of the paper that has thus transcended
its limits in charges.
Personal.—Col. Bolling llolt, son of the
late Hines Holt, of Columbus. Georgi, died
at his residence near Columbus, on Tues
day night of the present week.
The proprietor of the White Sulphur
Springs, in Virginia, is said to have made
$40,000 this season.
I’arton says Mrs. Stowe lost §200.000 for
want of an international copyright.
The Captain General of Cuba died on
the 25tli instant.
The Richmond Examiner takes Pollard
to task for omitting all mention of General
Malione in his new volume. " Lee and Ilis
Lieutenants. It doesn’t admire the steel
plates, for - the veteran General Henry A.
Wise is pictured as a beardless boy. not yet
out of liis twenties. In another. Fitz Lee
looks like a consumptive who had just ta
ken a dose of cod-liver oil. On another
plate, Jeb Stuart's name is spelled Stew
Thaddeus Stevens lives in a plain, two-
story brick house in Lancaster, Pennsyl
vania. and a correspondent says “ its doors
always turn on hospita blehinges.
IVhen George Auguste Sala went to the
United States to write liction for the Lon
don Telegraph, he had in progress a novel
called “Quite Alone.” which was running
through All the Year Round. In the con
fusion of his American career, he forgot
all about his plot, and the novel had to be
.finished by another hand.—London Corres
pondence Boston Advertiser.
Raphael Semmes announces that he has
no longer any connection with the Mem-
Import art Rumor if True.—The follow
ing item appears In the Washington Star
At the 35th. The statement herein made
has since been contradicted by telegraph,
It is said that Gen. Grant will shortly
suggest to the commanders of the five mil
itary districts that the elections be he'd in
each of the districts on the same day. Also,
that the President and Gen. Grant have
recently bad a consultation on the sub
ject. and agreed in their views in reference
General Grant’s Position—The Southern Elec
A Washington letter of the 23d says the
report concerning the anticipated post
ponement of the anticipated elections in the
South was official, coming from President
Johnson himself. On enquiry at General
Grant’s headquarters on the evening of the
23d it was ascertained that Grant had not
had any correspondence with the military
commanders on the subject of postponing
the elections, and suggesting a uniform
day for the election of all the Southern
According to the President, he and Gen.
Grant had agreed that such a course should
be taken, but although this alleged under
standing has been existing for several days,
Gen. Grant has as yet taken no steps in the
matter, and it is given out semi-officially
from the War Department that he will do
nothing in the matter, neither in the way
of ordering nor suggesting, but will leave
everything with the military commanders
themselves. According to this statement
of the position, if Mr. Johnson wants
postponement, he will be compelled to or
der it on his own responsibility.
About one o'clock on the 22d, as Senator
Patterson, the President's son-in-law, of
Tennessee, and Gen. Kyle, of the same
State, were conversing together in the of
fice of the Ebbitt House, the former rose
from his seat and slapped the latter upon
the face with his open hand. Gen. Kyle
immediately grabbed the Senator by the
throat, and ordered him to sit down, and in
this position they remained until friends
interposed and separated them. Senator
Patterson said something about shooting,
but in a very little time after the affair a
ior*mcination was nna me two
left the hotel amicably.
FROM THK NEW YORK PRESS ASSOCIATION.
YELLOW FEVER IN MOBILE.
The Conflict of Authority in Tkn-
NLssi.E.—liroxenlow vs. Andrew Johnson.—
A Washington letter, of the 25th, says:
The Government lias been informed of
the impending trouble in Nashville. It
appears that the city authorities have de
veloped their purpose to hold the munici
pal election of that place on Saturday next,
under the amended charter of 1858, and in
defiance of Brownlow's proclamation, that
the Tennessee franchise act overrides the
charter and gives the negroes the right to
vote. Judge Gaut and four other Con
servative lawyers prepared an opinion,
which declares that the election ought to
be held under the provisions of the amend
ed charter of 1858; that the negroes have
no right to vote; that white male citizens
over twenty-one years are the only voters
under the charter; and the Commissioner
of Registration has no right to appoint
Judges and Clerks of election under that
charter. The government is invoked
to aid the corporate authorities of Nash
ville to enforce their election under the
charter, if necessary, by the force of arms,
the proclamations of Gov. Brownlow, to
the contrary, notwithstanding. On the
other hand, Gen. Cooper, of the Tennes
see State Militia, declares he will enforce
the franchise law, and allow negroes to
vote on Saturday next, even if it takes
the entire militia of the State, who are
under arms, and he boasts that he can
soon take possession of the city of Nash
ville. It is the only Conservative place
left in Tennessee, and the Radicals are
determined to capture it. Bloodshed and
revolution were regarded as certain to be
inaugurated on Saturday. Without un
dertaking to decide any of the points of
the con trovers}', it has been determined
by the Government to preserve the peace
at the point of-the bayonet. Gen. Grant
telegraphed to-night to General G. H.
Thomas, for him to proceed at once to
Nashville and assume command. General
Grant says in the dispatch, if necessary,
call for more troops, but it is to be hoped
that lie can insure peace without resorting
to great force.
Mobile, Sept. 27.—Nine cases of yellow
fever were reported for the twenty-four
hours ending at 6 o'clock yesterday eve
ning, and five the day before.
Three negroes who committed an out
rage at Dog River, sometime since, were
hung to-day. An immense crowd was
present. No disturbance.
Washington. Sept. 27.—The case of
Frazer, Trenholm & Go n has been settled.
Gen. Crawford's command has left Lou
isville for Nashville.
A special to the New York Herald says
the Leagues in Virginia are being aban
The custom receipts for the week end
ing yesterday were $4,108,000.
Revenue receipts to-day §441,000.
Prof. Ferguson, of the United States Ob
servatory, is dead.
The Consul at Palermo, reports the con
tinuance of the cholera, but in a wilder
The Cabinet session lasted two hours to
day. All the members were present.
Secretary McCullough has issued a cir
cular forbidding subordinates communi
cating Treasury news to correspondents.
Nashville, Sept. 27.—Gen. Thomas holds
a conference with the authorities to-day.
It is stated that Gen. Cooper, in secret
meeting, said there were three ways to
meet the emergency—by bullets, bayonets,
Philadelphia, Sept. 27.—The political
excitement is increasing.
Gens. Hancock. Sheridan, and Sickles are
in the city. The City Council extend hos
pitalities to all of them.
Dr. M. N. Gordin, was arrested here to
day, with an amount of counterfeiting
Richmond, Sept. 27.—Judge Parker, of
the Circuit Court of this State, has render
ed a decision that old banks making an
assignment under the act of February, 1866,
cannot give preference to any class of
creditors; that note holders have prefer
ence over depositors; and that deposits in
Confederate money are to be treated as
debts of the banks to the extent of its value
at the time of deposit.
A considerable majority of the journals
of the State oppose the calling of a Con
New York, Sept. 27.—The Evening Ex
press says the feeling in the cotton market
is gloomy. Private telegrams from Liver
pool report a further decline—some quota
tions as low as 8%a8%. Fears are enter
tained of more failures. ♦
No cable news to-day.
KCff tmuuKs, tgapt.27.—The Repubttnen
has full election returns from the first, sec
ond and third municipal districts of the
city. The first district voted 2,540; the
second, 2,253; and the third, 2,297; total.
7,090. Nearly all the votes cast were for
Convention. The number of registered
voters in these three districts is 24,235. The
Republican expresses apprehensions that,
unless the vote is heavier to-morrow, the
proposition for a Convention will fail, as
the law requires a majority of those regis
tered to vote, or the election fails.
Interments from yellow fever to-day up
to 6 o’clock, 77.
Nf.w York, Sept. 27—Cotton lower;
sales 10.000bales at 22c. Flour unchanged;
amber State 5.50a5.75. Western mixed
corn 1.27al.30. Oats 76. Mess pork 23.66.
Lard active at 13%nl4%. Whisky steady
at 1.38. Sugar active; muscovado ll%a
T2%. Other groceries dull. Naval stores
dull. Money 7. Gold 143%. Stock active.
'62 coupons 13%.
Baltimore, Sept. 27.—Flour unchanged,
and prices well maintained. Cotton dull
and nominally lower, especially for lower
grades; low middlings 22; middlings 23.
Coffee remains quiet. Wheat steady. Corn
stock light; white 1.27al.28; yellow 134a
1.36. Oats 53a73. Rye 45. Provisions en
tirely unchanged. Sugar firmer.
Charleston, Sept.27.—Cotton declined
half a cent. Sales 172 bales; middling at
19 cents. Receipts 352 bales.
New Orleans. Sept. 27.—Cotton % cent
lower—low middlings 19; sales 300 bales;
receipts 422 bales. Flour firm—superfine
10.00al0.18; double extra 11.00. Corn—
white 1.10. Oats 80. Mess pork quiet and
firm at 27.00. Bacon—shoulders 15; clear
sides 19c; sugar-cured hams 24)225. Lard
firm—tierces 14%. Gold 41%. Sterling
nominal at 56a59. New York Sight
as to induce Mr. Kennedy to make inqui
ries concerning Mr. Solomon. Word was
communicated to the latter concerning the
situation of the case, and he at once came
on to learn the sad truth of the dark sus
picions that had been set afloat. It was
ascertained that Walker and Mrs. Solomon
came across to the Junction, but instead of
taking the Soutliside cars for Petersbufg,
they took the Danville train and went to
Greensboro’, and thence disappeared
through the country. As far as we can
learn, no intelligence has been received of
them since they lelt Greensboro'.
Mr. Solomon was in this city on Monday.
He is naturally deeply troubled and dejec
ted in consequence ol' a misfortune so un
expected and overwhelming. Yet, like all
husbands, he believes his wife to be
the innocent dupe of a base man.
While expressing himself willing to
receive again to his heart the one to
whom he had dedicated his every af
fection, but who in an evil moment was
decoyed from his side, he has consent
ed. through the advice of friends, to aban
don all pursuit, all effort to bring the de
stroyer of his happiness to justice, and go
home, like a wise man, and attend to his
business. His despair, however, is inde
scribable.—Petersburg Index. 24th.
Saturday Evening, September 2Sth.
LAST NICHT OF THE SEASON
Grand Complimentary Benefit
MR. AND MRS. W. H. CRISP,
By tbe Citizens of Atlanta.
Farewell Appearance of these Eminent Artiste in
Tobin’s Comedy of the
Or, A Lesson for Wives.
Duae Aranza Mr. W. II. Crisp
Julianna, (the Duchess)... Mrs W H.Crisp
Volume Jessie crisp Armant
Zamora Miss Hannah E. Bailey
To conclude with the
CROSS OF GOLD.
In which all the New Company appear.
OFFICE NATIONAL CEMETERY',
Marietta. Ga., Sept. 25,1867,
P ERSONS knowing tbe locality of
graves of Federal Dead are respectfully
requested to notify the subscriber, giving
County, town and to whom to apply for full
particulars. A. W. CORLISS,
1st Lieut. 33d Inf.,
In charge of National Cemetery.
sep27—d2m Marietta. Ga.
GEORGIA, DeKalb county.
TO ALL WHOM IT HAY CONCERN.
W ILLIAM B. ROBINSON having applied to
me in propee form for letters of adminis
tration <te bonis non upon the estate of Malachiah
S. Donaldson, late of said county, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to he and appear at*my office, within the
time prescribed by law, to show cause, if any
they have, why such letters should not be granted
Given under my hand and official signature,
JONATHAN B. WILSON, Ordinary.
sep28—w80d [Printer's fee |8|
GEORGIA, Baldwin county.
fJ30 Mrs. Ann PuBignon ,»f said county, Mrs
_L Susuu M. Bailey, of Spalding county, Mrs.
Caroline Day, of the count) of Upson, Mrs. Vir
ginia Richards and Mrs "Jane Shaw, of Talbot
countv, and Seaton G., Catharine A. Fleming T
and Uhristopna P , minor children of Charles and
Aim V. Dullignon, of Hal. 1 win countv, and Mrs
Sallie 31. Tebault. of New Orleans. "La., Annie
V oorhies, of Memphis, Tenn., and Seaton G.,
Mary S Fleming T. and David J, minor chil
drenof David J. and Susan M. Bailev, of Sj.aid
ing county, Miller Grieve, Sr., of said Baldwin
county. Trustee for hi- minor children; also,
William A. Williams and hi? wife, Elizabeth, and
Miller Grieve, Jr., of said county of Baldwin,
• atharine G wife of Atw ood, Mrs. ftarah Tinsley,
Executor of Wm. B. Tinsley, ileeca-ed, Emily,
a woman of color and her minor son, Orrin, and
Iverson L Harris, of Baldwin county, and George
W Pollard. Mrs. Louisa Fountaine.Mrs. Beverly
Dabney, Mrs Lucy Wbarton and Miss Sarah
Dabney, of the State of Virginia, all of whom are
named as legatees under the will of Seaton
Grantland, deceased, except tbe two first named.
Whereas, David J. Bailey a»d Charles DuBig-
non, administrators, with the will annexed, ofthe
said Seaton Grantland, deceased, have duly filed
their application before us in our Court of ordin
ary for tbe probate of the last will and testament,
and the codicil thereto annexed, of said Seaton
Grantland, deceased, in solemn form. Said pro
bate to be made in and before our said Court to be
holden on the first Monday in January next.
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish you.
and each and every one of you, to be and appear
hefo’-e us, in our said Court, to be holden on the
first Monday in January next, then and there to
to show cause, if any you have, why said last will
and testament and the codicil thereto annexed,
thall not be admitted to probate in solemn form.
according to the petition and application of the
s&id David J. Bailey and Charles DuBignon, and
make other and further proceedings then and
there a-cording to the statute in such cases made
and provided. JOHN HAMMOND, Ordinary.
September 28.1867—wflOd [Prs fee |85[
Cotton Items.— Columbus. — The Sun
and Times of the 26th says:
The market was yesterday at the ex
treme of dullness. None scarcely was sold
at the warehouses. Northern middlings,
at the extreme, may liequoted almost nom
inally at 19 cents. Majority of cotton sold
was bought on the streets at 15%'cents to
16% cents, tax Included. Scarcity of mo
ney and orders is the cause. Beceipts 361
bales—11 by M. and G. R. R~ 14 by Opelika
Railroad, 83 by river, and 253 by wagons.
Shipped, 170 by M. R. R.
Montgomery.—The market declined an
other cent on the 25th. It was dull at 18
CHATTOOGA SHERIFF’S SALE.
"WTKTIIjL be sold before the Court House door, in
v * the town of Summerville, Chattooga coun
ty, Ga., within the legal hours of sale, on the first
Tuesday ia November next, the follow ing proper
ty, to-wit: .
Town lots No. 11, in Block twelve and N’o. 5. in
Block thirteen, in the town of Summerville.
Levied on to Vit,i»fy a NIortgage fl. fa. fii>na. Ghat-
toog i Superior Court, iu favor of J M. Wardlaw
vs. E. L. Ropes. Property pointed out in said tt. a
Also, at the same time and place, lot of land
No 7 in the 6th district and 4th section of said
county. Levied on as the property or Samuel
Walker, to satisfy a Justices’ Court fl. fa. from the
1083d district. G. M., in favor of Samuel D. Sbealds
vs. Samuel Walker. Levy made and returned to
me by a Constable.
Also, at the same time and place, six acres off of
land lot No 22 in the 13th district and 4th section
<>n the line running north and south and near the
centeroftbe lot, and joining the land of R M.
Hamilton, and on the same lot with Hiram Gil
reath’s property Levied on as the property of
J. H. Gilreath. to satisfy two Justices’ Court fl
fas. from the U27th district, G M„ in favor of J. S
Cleghorn vs. J. H. Gilreath, and other fl. fa s in my
possession. Property pointed out by plaintiff —
Levy made and returned to me bv n Constable.
C. C. CLEGliORN. Sheriff.
September 28.1867. (Prs fee >7.60; ang3l-wtds
GEORGIA, DeKalb county.
W ILLIA3I B. ROBINSON, of said county.
having applied to be appointed guardian of
the per.-on and property of Dora Ann F. Donald
son and M. Ann Donaldson, minors of Malachiah
S. Donaldson, deceased, under fourteen years of
age. residents of said county:
This is to cite all persons ’concerned to be and
aear at the term of the Court of Ordinary, to be
i next after the expiration ol thirty days from
r Printer’s fee $31
th* first publication' of this noti.-e,' and show
cat^e, if any they can, why the said Wm. B. Rob-
lnsdn should not be intrusted with the guardian
ship of the perron and property of Dora Ann F.
Donaldson and31. Ann Donaldson.*
Augusta. Sept. 27.—Cotton market open- j 26 w ,i2j'' ss m - v olKcial signature, this September
ed active but closed flat—middling uplands i TOX athan b
18; new cotton is coming in freely;sales | «eo2s-w:*»d'
107 bales; receipts 308 bales. i '"7777777777—777—77T „
Mobile. Sept. 27.-—Cotton—sales 450 T V rr ,' * ‘ ^ MORTGAGE II. FA.
liObo bales, »slcs ior the week. 2.000, re- * thecity of GrL*uiisl>o**o f Greene county, Georgia,
eeipts 4,613; exports 1152; stock on hand i^Uowing: property, to-win
9 15$. I * ne fc ntire of Stock of Groceries and Merchan-
’ ' _ . _ . , i [j ,s ® ev ery description belonging to James T.
Cincinnati. Sept., 2. .—Flour unchanged. Scott. Levied on by virtue of a a. fl issued riom
Corn dull at 1.00. Whisky irregular. Pro- lnhi! 1 .-' Coult - September 21 st, 1807, in
visions nominally unchanged. Holders * »univs. J «ies r/Scott
refuse offered rates. Lard 1354. Bailiff Greene Countv Court.
September 28, [ Prs fee'$4 5b. 1
Sruck by Lightning.—On last Saturday
morning, about 4 o’clock, during a tlinn-
der shower, the Court House in this city
was struck by lightning, damaging the
roof and plastering. The fluid entered the
roof at the North end of the building,
passing down the rafters to the corner,
setting the roof on fire between the joists,
thence into the Court-room. The injury
■to the building is slight. Fortunately the
lire was discovered before it had got fully
under way and extinguished.— Covington
%ST A man was fined §1 for working in
Ilia garden on Sunday in Hudson, N. J-, &
short time since. Moral N. J.
t3f* Tilton wants Rochester to send
Fred. Douglass to Congress.
Tragedy in Virginia—The Elopement of
Walker with Mrs. Solomon.—W. J. Wklker.
formerly of Norfolk, was more recently a
clerk in Mr. Solomon’s office, in Ilaifax.
North Carolina. Mr. W. J. Solom >n is
Commonwealth’s Attorney in H lifax
county, is a gentleman of wealth, leai ling,
and high standing, and his wife, to ’ hom
he lias Deen married, without issue. f< r ten
years, was one of the most beautifi . ac
complished, and tvealthy ladies ol that
county. She has latterly been in detcate
health, and several weeks ago went t > the
Buffalo Springs, Mecklenburg couni r. in
this State, to recuperate her system. V hile
there Walker went to see her. He cr ssed
tbe coontry from the Junetion in a lose
carriage, and remained some time, am the
two left the Springs on Monday -of last
Mr. Walker, on the day before lea’ ing,
sent Mrs. Solomon’s servant girl t tbe
train, and thence to tbe Bollingbrook ] [otel
in this city, with a note requesting the
proprietors to care of her until hermis-
tress should eome down, which,, tbe girl
alleged, would be on the day after her arri
val. But several days passed, and neither
the lady nor gentleman appearing at the
hotel, the glri manifested such uneasiness
I would respectfully call the
_ _ attention of the public to the
fact that I have moved back to my old
stand, where all those that want good
goods can be accommodated. 1 intend to
keep the BEST GOODS MADE, and will
Sell as Cheap as the Cheapest,
EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO
GEO. W. PRICE,
sep26—d3\v Atlanta, Ga.
C ARP ETS.
S. S. KENDRICK & CO.,
TT 3? - S T .A. I IRz S ,
COS. HUNTER AND WHITEHALL 8T3.,
Will exhibit (and sell) in a few days tbe
Stock of Carpets in the State.
Always on hand,
RUGS, MATS, CURTAINS, CORNICE
We confine ourselves exclusively
To this Branch of Business,
and save rent and sell cukaf by being
Comer of Whitehall and Hunter streets.
GEORGIA, Jasper county.
W HEREAS,Charlet T. .
ou ite e-tate ol Kirby D B|,tr,fc »
late of *Hid county, make.- ap;,i, -77’
fiersigneil for ie teniot' diMniu.i»n i.J '*•-
These are, therefore, to cite «n<i v
eraor.s intei e>U*l in said e*t a te u. tlijikL!" • ,l
K’tions. ifany they have, in D.y o»41 n )'^
fore the first Monday in April next a h'w '5T he ‘
mini.trator .hall not he ainui>Mfl' * d ‘
the statute in such ca*es made *
Given under my and official signature
in Monticeilo, this 12th dav of S pieinhrr
M. H. HUrUHlsik OrdfoTr,
(Fnnter’ii Ter $4 j# ‘'
GREENE SHERIFF’S SALE.
W ILL be sold before the Court !inu« r
the city «f Greene, oto v.n-e. ro^nt.
Georgia, on the first Tuesday in lH-.-cmt>er tett
hithin the legal hours of sale, the store nous*
lot at Wood*nth- la said oounty, admiainc J.* '
11. Widteaw, now in po-aeasiooof Wm. u.,tn 7.!
levifcd on hj virtue of a Mortgage fl f„
from tbe Superior C art of said eonoty. ia favor <»
James M. Cox attains! Joseph W. Whitiavr. »« t; -
property of said Whitlaw, and sold bv cotniitM
parties. J. it, YNu| Du.
... ,, Sheriff Gn-etc ■ uu.it.
September 04, 1887. [Printer's f» c ;
I N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THK USIrrii
States for the Northern District of Georgia.
In the matter of )
CHARLES L. WGOTTEN, r IS BANKRUPTC Y
A Bankrupt. )
To WHOM it may COSCKK*:
The undersigned hereby gives notice of bis ap.
poiniravntas Assignee of Charles L. Wootten.nf
Atlanta, in the county of Fulton, and *tat* at
Georgia, within said district, who ha* been a-
bulged a Bankrupt, on hi» own petition, by IL*
District Court of said District. This 16th day «t
HARVEY J. SPRABERRY.
Jamxs H. Lawrence, t Unci for Divorce, ia
vs. S Bartow Soper lor
Margaret H. Lawrence.' court *fo|>icinfor
I T appearing to the Court by the return of the
Sheriff that tbe defendant cannot tie i»nnd ia
the county of Bartow; and it being further made
to appear that defendant does not ioM« to 101.
State, it is, on motion of counsel. 01 tiered that
said defendant appear and answer at the next
Term ol thi* Court else that theca** I* mnsider
ed in default, and the plaintiff at’one t n> pm
cecd And It is rnrther ordered that thi* rule be
published in the Atlanta Weekly Opinion, once .
mouth for lour month-.
JAMES MILNKR J 8 t’,Ct
PRiNTrr A Pouche. plaintiff** attorneys.
A true transcript from the minutes of Bartow
Superior Court, September l»th, 1HI7.
t>ep20-wlaw4in THUS. A. WdBD, Clerk.
S IXTY' DATS after dnte application will
■ made to the honorable Court of Ordinary of
c pson county. Georgia, for leave to sell the real
estate of K N. Richardson, late of saM county,
deceased tv. J. SIKK3. AdrnT.
Septerii -26 1887—w2m [Prs fee $5]
GEORGIA, Gwinnett county.
rrtWO MONTHS afterdate application will be
1 made to the Coart of Ordinary of said county,
for leave to sell the reality of Martha Maltbie.
deceased, the same consisting of three share* of
Georgia Railroad Stock.
WALTER 8. MALTBIE, Adm’r.
September 2fi. 1867—w2m [Prs fp« E.1]
UNITED ST AT Kb MARSH \L’S OFFICE,!
Atlanta, oa.,September £6th, 18157. \
T HIS IS TO give NOtlcg That on the Tenth
day to Septemiier, A. V> 1867 warrant in
Bankruptcy tva* issued again* the iState of
ATKINSON T. HARk lN(
of Rome, in the County of Floyd
Georgia, who has been adjudged
on his own Petition: That the payrae£,~,
Debts, and Delivery of any Property beloa”, 1 “7^
such Bankrupt, to him or for his use. aa^^J^
Transfer of anv property by him are for lit-Ide* 1 ?®
law: That a Meeting of the Creditors nj the siS-i
Bankrupt, to prove their Debts and to Chooet
one or more 'assignees off bis Estate will he\
held at a Court of Bankruptcy to be holden at
Room No. 56, in tile United States Hotel, Atlan
ta, Georgia, before Lawson B'ack. Register, on the
16tE day of October, A. D„ 1867. at 10 o clock, a. m.
CHARLES H. ELYEA,
U. S. Deputy Marshal as Messenger.
SfipffT—dlt ' ’
GEORGIA, Newton county.
T WO MONTHS after date application will be
made to the Honorable Ordinary of said coun
ty. for leave to sell the real estate of Jesse M.
Haralson, deceased, late of said county.
E. KbLIoTT, Administrator.
September 26.1867—w2m [Prs fee g5]
ELF-FASTENING Wrought Iron
Buckle Tie tor Cotton Bales. All other
les fastening by this method are infringe
ments, and will l>e prosecuted at law as
I am Agent for the Manufacturer, and
will till all orders promptly. I offer
liberal terras to the wholesale trade in this
city, and at all points in Georgia and Ala
bama. and am authorized to guarantee this
Tie equal to anv in use, and tar superior
to rope for baling purposes.
Orders and letters of enquiry should be
addressed to A. K. SEAGO,
sep25—dim Atlanta, Ga.'
Extra Choice Hams,
JplOR SALE by
A. K. SEAGO,
THOMAS S. POWELL. 1 Fulton Sunrrkw
t#. | Tonrv April Ten*.
JESSIE BORNIG. and MH67. Bill for Du-
JNO. G. WKai'MoRh.LAND. j covery, relief and
In this case it appearing to the Court that J. .-<?
Boring, one of the defendant*, reside* out of the
State of Ucoigia, and that he ha* not Iwen -erred
formally with the bill and proves* inthi«ra*e;
it is, thcefore, ordered by the Court that puMi, a-
tiou be made in some public gazette published in
the city of Atlan. a, t.eorgia. once a month lor four
months, requiring tbe defendant. Boring, to ap
pear at the next October Term n» said ( o irt ard
make defence, or *aid Rill Iw taken for r»nfr«*rd
HAMMOND A MYNATI.
Solicitors for Plaintiff
A true extract from the minutes of Court. May
17th, 1867 W . a*. VEN ABLE, clerlf
TO ALL WHOM IT MAT.CONCERN:
T HE undersigned heir by give* notine that be
has filed his uetition with the Ontinarvoi
Bartow countv, to be discharged from hi* I xeru.
torahip on Johu Patterson’s last will and testa
ment. on account of his business lining such that be
is unable therefrom to attend to said treat that in
two months from the beginning of the pahitra.
tion of this notice, he will apply tor the sanction
of *nid petition, and to he diaeharged from »vul
Executorship. KOBEKTG. MAYS. Executor.
September 10,1867— wtm 1 Prs foe $&]
Wm. M. St R. J. Lowry «« The Northwestern
Bank of Georgia— Assnmimit i* the superior
Couri of Fulton county, Ga.
T HE defendant* are hereby notified and rr-
| quiied personally, or by Attorney, to he and
appear at the next Superior Court, to be held in
and for said county, *n the first Mon-lny ia Octo
ber next, then and there to aa*wer tbe plain:iff’s
demand an action of a** in up* it, a* in default
thereor the Court will proceed as to justice shall
Witness, the Hon. John Collier, of one the
J edges of the Superior Court*
August 24.1, 1*. W. R. VEN AIILK. Clerk.
aug*8—wilt (Printer’s fen $4]
GEORGIA, Butts county.
S KBRON L. HALL applies to me for letters of
administration, «U bonis non ctnmte.fiment
oneteo on the estate of H. » Greer, late off tail
These are. therefore, to rite all and singular
the next of kin and creditors of ssid dcrea»«-d to
be and appear at mv oflice, within the time pro
scribed by law. ami »bow cause, if anv they can.
why -aid lett.-rs should not he granted.
S iren under my hand and official signature,
i September 15.1867.
WILEY GOODMAN, Ordinary.
sep22—wffhd [Printer** foe jw]
B Y virtue of an order from the Court of Ordin-
ry of Gwinnett county, Georgia, will lie sold
before the Court House dobr. in the town of
Lawrenceville, within the legal hours of sale, on
the first Tuesday in November next, 12V acres of
land, part of lot No 17) and 230 acres, known us
the Dean lot. No. 190, and 175 acres, more or less,
part of lot No 214, known as the place whereon
the deceased lived all in the 6th district of said
county Sold a* the property of Miles Barne-t,
deceased. Sold for the benefit of the heirs of said
deceased. Terms, cash.
D \XILL J. BARNETT, Vdm’r.
September 25. 1867—wtds [Pr- foe ff5[
GEORGIA, Newton county.
W HEREAS. John W. Read applies to me for
letters of administration upon the estate
of Sarah Read, d ceased, late ol said county:
These are. therefore, to cite all and singular
the next,of kin and creditors of suid dece sed, to
be and appear at iny office, within the time pre-
-crilied by law. ami show cause, if any they cau,
why said letters should not he granted.
Give under mv hand and official signature, this
WM. D. Ll’CKIE, Ordinary.
sep25—w3dd [Printer’s fee £3]
GEORGIA, Newton county.
W liElls AS, Johu W. Read applies for letters
of administration upon the estate of Euge
nia G. Read, deceased, late of said county:
These arc, therefore, to cite all and singular
the next of kin and creditors of said deceased, to
be and appear at my oflice, with tbe time pro
scribed bv law and show cause, if an7 they can,
why said letters should not he granted.
Given under my hand and official signature,
this September 28,1667.
WM. D. LUCKIE. Ordinary.
sep25—w30d [Printer’s fee $3]
GEORGIA, Gwinnett county.
W ILLIAM P. WILLIAMS applies to ve for
letters of ad inistration on the estate of
Samuel 11. Starr, late of said county, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admonish all
and singular the kindred and creditors of said
deceased, to show cause, if any they can, why per
manent letters should not be granted the applicant
'*»» first Monday in November next
thVjven under mjr hand and official signature,
u Niptember 25,1867.
sep56—^ ° T - BAKHSTR VW, Ordinary.
__[___~^fiOd [Pr* fee $3]
Clover and erase Seed
Red Clover Seeds, from Kentucky,
Timothy-Grans Seeds, do
Herd's Grass Seeds, do
Orchard Gras* Seeds, do
For sale iu any quantity, by
A. K. SEAGO,
sep25—20t Commission Merchant.
GEORGIA^ ^ C9V3TY
RfY.>EB*. TERM 1867.
late of said county
for probate of said N
It is ordered trib
of said deceased be i
to her Term a*f said
they have, wfiy uajd
initted to probate aiior
A true extract thi* September 24,188?~
JOHN T. STEPHEN 1 Ordinary *. „
sep34—w30d , [printer’s lee fa
"VTOTICK is hereby giveu that George Whipple.
Edward P. bniiih. James Atkin*. J. B Fuller.
Wm. Jennings, John A. Rockwell, Joseph Wood,
Edward A. Ware, J me* L. Dunning and YTOde
t ick Ayer, have thi* day filed their petition to be
incorporated under the name. »iyie and title of
the Trustee* of the Atlaeta University with lull
corporate powers for twenty year*. This, "co
te m be r 7;h, 1867 W. K. VENABLE. Clerk.
-epS—w4w [Pt» fee $2 501
B y virtue of aa order Trout the Court of Ordin
ary of Gwinnett county, Georgia, will be soM
before tbe Court House door in the town of Mon
roe. Walton countv, Georgia, on the flr-t Tursdav
in November next, withi- the legal hours of sale,
the following property in the town of I»gaa«
vitte, iu said county of Walton. 1 acre No. 3. 1
acre No. 4, 1 acre with a shop on tbe same, 1
acre No. 5. with a grocery house on the same, 1
acre, more or leu*. No. 4, with a dwelling an I
out houses on the same, 1R acie*, more or leva,
number not kno vn. with store house, dwelling,
out house* and garden. 3 _< rc*. more or less, well
improved number not known. All the aliove iu
the fourth district of Walton county, it being tdtrt
of land lot No. 1H). bold a* the pnipert) of 'Viley
W. Webb, late of Gw iniicttcounty, deceased.
K M. BKAnV>, | AdniloiitraU rv
September 25. l*>7-wtds [Printer’s fee fin
B Y virtue of an order from the Court of Onlm-
arj of Gwmuett munir, Georgia, will t-e-dd
oefore the Court Hon-edoor in the town of I-avr-
renceville, on the first Tuesday In NovemL-r next,
within the legal hour* of vile, lit) a«-re* of land,
part of lot No 169, and us acres of land, part of lot
No. 1S4, snddio acres of lot No. IK? „j; f„ go-
district in said county, win «-o*i*bforab> im
provements ou *aid laud*, nold as tbe pro,>rrtv
of Asa B. Wright, deceased. Tern.*, ,».|i
JOHN' ¥. PKEWKIT, Administrator
Septemiier 25, lt<7—w ids ;t*r» lea f.
B Y virtue of an order lYoiu the Court of Ordin
ary of Gwinnett county, Georgia will besoid
before the Court House "door, in tbe town M
Law rent ev Hie. on the first Tuesdav in November
next, within the legal bourn of tale. I7u acre* oi
laud, more or leas, with the widow * dowery ex
cepted, it being parts of Iota Non. 72. *1. M. all ia
the 6th district of said county. Soid as the prop
erty of Jiku B. colliat, deceased, bold for the
benefit ol the heirs and creditor* of uM deceased.
Terms, casn. JOHN J. McDaniel. Adim'r.
September 25, J£67— w tds [Pr* fee f&j
B Y virtue of an order of the Court of Ordinary
of Gwinnett county.Georgia, will be sold be
fore the Court Honse door, in the town off Law-
renccville, on the first Tuesday in November next,
between the legal hours of sale. 116m acres oi
land, more or le*s, with the widow** dowery ex
cepted. in the 6th district of said county, oa the
east side or the Appalacbee, known as partet the
Patterson survey. Sold ea the property of Ruth
erford Mobley, deceased. Terms, cosh.
MARY A. MOBLEY. Adie’x.
September 25,1867- wtds [Pr* foe $5'
GEORGIA, DkKalb county.
M rs. SARAH J. ANDERSON, administratrix
on the estate of Wdliem & Anderson, de
ceased, having made application to ate for leave to
sellt be real estate of Mid iateetate i widow’sdewer
excepted) consisting of 14ff acres, more or ieee. *f
lot, number not known, ia the Mck district ef
originally Henry, now DeKalb county. Georgia:
Ail person* concerned are notified to fils their
objectio< », if any they bare, within t*ro meath*
from the first publication rf this notice, else tears
will he granted fior the sale of said »wnl estate.
Giveu tinder my hand find official sigusfierr,
ihu September*, ^ WILSON, Ordinary
do [printer’s fee |6.