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wuvl diftiu;.‘.U-ntrul i .v.: W. Smith;
Bely 1 deration
5y v ‘ th-.» Suit*' vi. u ii»- would be
Si •'.i •> -'k
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u: tbffir official records compile the de
, intelligence. The law, as it stands, does
warrant me to adopt any such measure, and
•mrefoie, further legislation is necessary. I
fanned that a gallant Oflicer of the cVrmy,
i led ny wounds from further service has,Jon
9 own account, visited and prepared for pub
ifion the history and statistics of several
... : merits, and that he intends to visit all the
trgia Regiments end Battalions with the
me purpose. I have not seen his Hells, but
■,m v hat i have heard of them, would rec
mmend that they be examined, and if found
to meet the intention of the Legislature, that
an :;n mgement be made for their use.
ARTKIiM ASTEP. GENERAL’S DEPARTMENT.
• in no ordinary spirit of commendation
i refer you to the operations of this De
ian meat under the direction of its able and
■ .eiic Head, whose Report is herewith trans
' •and. Many and different as are tho duties
■lvcd upon Colonel Foster, he has, ai<kd
mpotent Stall', discharged them all
; My. efficiently and thoroughly, and I
l Ibis lieport to your especial attention.
o . .(h r up materials and to meet the wants
. Georgia troops in both State and Cen
to rate services is a task, in these days, of no
* -".Unary difficulty. Yet the Quartermaster
(n-ral with an energy and taettbat elicits ad
miration. Ira3 overcome all obstacles and has
!,■ rr ever ready to relieve from his ample
-s the wants of tho destitute Georgia sol
il-. r, and conlributo to his comfort, whenever
! upon from any part of the Confederacy,
.■as Ur port exhibits fully-the operations of his
’ j artiaent, including the issues ot clothing
hi. in during the year under the wise provision
•)t our Legislature, and the supplies remaining
on Land for future use. As it seems from this
v rt of Ids Report, that tho Georgia troops in
C. afed. rate service are largely clothed by the
. .to, I would recommend a further appropria
tion for this generous and hutnupe purpose.
Tho suggestions of the Quartermaster Gen
er.d with reifarence to the change in the Act
u.-propriaiing funds for clothing,Georgia troops
us Confederate ser vice, and for an appropria
tion to meet delict in expeditwes for cotton
3 arm;, seem tome sound, and I recommend
t!: ; additional legislation that he cdlls for. I
> draw your attention to his request for in
structions in regard to collecting accounts due
y the Confederate Government to the State.
In addition to oilier duties, your Excellency
j r-.cvnlly charged the Quartermaster General,
j the care and subsistence of the unfortu
; "ii women and chrildren, driven from their
i. ; i:i Atlanta bv the vandalism of our Fed
i tsal enemy, and who, without tho means of
ipport, were thrown upon tho charity of the
| v. ..ild. Fortunately some of the developments
j in this war, unnatural ns it is, has been a sym
i rathy that relieves charity of the coldness of
: a imputed to it, and which warrants the prac
.l t-application toils fullest extent of the
■ '.‘uiu'.'.t principle of national duty, that—“a
■ Uion is obliged carefully to preserve all its
",li i ; ; ince the loss ot even one weakehs it
"M is injurious to its own preservation, ami as
lrent the very fact of association, it owes this
. d..!.y to the members hi particular.’’
i In the execution of his interesting and hu
! i iiui offices towards these poor exiles, the
-.ri.-nnaster General is carrying out your
i rolleucy’B instructions.
">. OMMIESARY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
‘ he operations of this Department, tho’ not
j -•••• many and varied as those of tho Quarter
! ">>’■ het Guneral's, are non e the lees.important,
ibracin yas they do the vital question of
-üb' istence. To the duties proper of this De
' i imcnt is added also that of receiving, and
; 'n ilmliug salt among the people of theStjge.
The patient industry and sagacity with which
j * oi:cl Whitaker has discharged his duties
it your approbation. Contending with
; Lullies ot a peculiar nature in procuring
r y i . y m addition to those bearing upon
: ;L- ot us, he htis, nevertheless, without im
, ; ■. .-.-■ meat furnished the troops in the fullest
i • ; manner. Better rations in quality
L not be is. wed iu peace, as 1 know from
ii • • own use of them.
lion i~' called to his lieport herewith,
L'l.il ■ l l yto that portion of it rolatiug
city of protecting the agricultural
: o; ihe State against unlawful impress
and -ci/.iircs, ami against the marauding
■.fgliir-; b tuds of our own soldiery. Tho
i Gim-eiv. of the Army do all in Iheir pow
i to check such abuses fn their sub
: an instance of (his disposition, I
id i !cr bore immediately to the admira
.l jut: ioiic General Order No. 2 is sued
Geti. A. W. Reynolds, C. S. Army,
• : My; !.ho Department of N. E Georgia,
i i' L binding .these efforts, it is certain
i:iny oi I no dunior Officers do not exercise
...... ad authority uecesssary to check
■‘ • L;it puss heavily upon our citiizens,
. . ' . i.qu. uce, chill their devotion to our
<L orpnaxo'e department.
. v-r tho operations of this branch of the serv
: in . tho past year, I refer you to the Ile-
Moi She Ordnance Officer, anil the papers
!, | '■•!!}■ ing it, which exhibit tiro condition
tvmovy and of the munitions of war in
1 1 is a matter of regret, that for
ions stated in the repoit, the Ordnance
r is not been able to furnish, as
" -d to do, n statistical statement of the re
i < i’the Liate in this important branch
j . (ho Military service.
'ncyny List Report, no, change has been
; t“ these establishments. The one in
j iMy.-im-ih being still in use by the Confederate
' iiics tiiere. The other, in this place, in
! of the State.
| • Al ii lull UUN3 I'URNISUED TOTUE STATE, AND
# N’OT PAID POR or. RETURNED.
| ihe paper marked and it will be seen what
,ii; ni l h ive been made and to whom under
'’Appropriation, since the date of my last
■n. The Claims presented during tho
. amounting to 51,379. Os these $x,284
- ■ • ■' n allowed, and $9.1 disallowed.
. GBQRCrA MILITARY INSTITUTE.
>no part f>( the Military establishment
; of Georgia,do I call your Excellency’s atten-
I iu pi with iu. >ro pleasure and interest than to
i p dut ion. Tho forecast of the State in
' Ling ihisschool has been fully sustained
i.m vent: of the past three years, and its
•;‘<J in the future no one, I think, will
1 lu the Confederate armies, and as
. ....: n in the Slate service, the pupils of
•••my Institute have, individually and
illc.ilratcd brilliantly and useful-,
I ■ iLe training they had received. For de
those points, I refer you to tho repoit
! accomplished Commandant, annexed*
‘u.ivt.i at that point in our career, when the
•'Ry ol States on this continent hereafter is
tl. p ad much on their preparation for war,
i > awi urge too strongly upon your Excel
y fLu need of sound military education. A
■ .iu air-like by nature as we are, require
• tv be nUo a military people—that is to be
rt cl ti-e science anil art of war to pre
• t’c. ir independence, and tfre integrity of
. , domestic institutions. It* is true that a
id cannot -of itself ‘make great
C i. : tl .it is the work of the Creator, by
l. '.dividual endowment of superior abilities;
but ilm history of the world, and of this war
' " '••!)•. Qumoußtralcs incontestibly, that
: tic;: j.ds do often come from military
. a- for in- tance. Alexander, Bonaparte,
L >, ami our Lee, Johnston and Beau-
i'iie gi< at value of military education
r. i. * o furnish the instruments with
i! Gi iiurula, achieve results, and with
• ast loss of human lire and of materials.
Aui.pic-siou exists very generally that
. • . uv.tion given at a military school is eal
-1 ior, and accomplishes solely a prepar
•ei ;■ stilrt iry life. This is an error. No
tilL ' pursuits of peace is the train
eflucstioa; the studies to be’
:>e nose analytic teaching followed
■ • attendance and attention compelled
: : ■- 'of military discipline emiuene
• *:the student for the practical duties
•' I.*'* " 'K - support rit this position. I
t . uAtinguished Divines, Jur
t’ei.:,. ..ms. Physicians, Engineers, Ma
- • mu - ie;; mies, whose success, based
iviioaiedge acquired at military
1 . L ive so amply contributed to their
■•-or- s ;dvantage and their own renown.
day ;bc High Sciences, in all their
.n .: -, are largely upheld throughout the
cuy.-ioe s world, by the pupils of military
b is not my intention by these
iderr.ite tlie value of a classical uci
. ■ .-i, v education, but simply to attempt to
1 i-.i. b y ou®u iu hue light, the import-
anee of military teaching as an essential ele
ment ot national welfare and independence,—
Hoping that I have succeeded in doing so, I
close thjs part of my report with the earnest
request, induced by the desire that my Slate
should be great and prosperous, that you would
give ttiissubject tho con-ideiation lhat my'h'U
torical reading and observation of public af
fairs assure me it is entitled to.
It had been my intention in the early part
of the year, under the instructions
of your Excellency, to prepare and present with
this Report* statistics of the military resources
of the State iu men and materials. With the
exception of the enrollment, tin other re
sources of the State in materials could not be
reached for the reasons stated by the heads of
departments in their reports, due to the pres
ence of the enemy.
The clerical business of the office has been,
as usual, heavy, and has been well attended
to by the gentlemen engaged with it.
Ail of which is respectfully submitted.
Henry C. Wayne,
Adjl. Ins. General.
A contract has been made in London to sup
ply the Confederacy with several thousand
tons of railroad iron.
. A late Paris letter speaks of the Empress
appearing on a rare public occasion with skirls
so short as to disclose her dainty little boots
tied round the ankle with a fancy cord and
A United States man of war went iu pursuit
of the Laurel, for the purpose of apprehend
ing Captain Semmes, who has Lem pronoun
ced a prisoner of war.
Vienna advices iu regard to the Dano Ger
man question iudicate that tho Conference
will soon sign a dual treaty of peace
A French gardener, residing at Troyes, hav
ing observed that everybody living in the
quarter of the town occupied by tanners es
caped the cholera, he determined to try the
virtue of tan when planting potatoes." For
that purpose he placed a shovel full of tan ia
the trench under the seed in a part of the field,
and planted the remainder iu the ordinary way.
On digging out the potatoes he found that
those which were planted near the tan wore
perfectly sound, while the others were diseas
ed. He found, further, that potatoes were
preserved during the winter by spreading tan
on the floor of the store house.
A Baden letter mentions that Mademoiselle
Keller, au actress of the l’alais Royal theatre
of Paris, who had arrived in that city, deter
mined to try her luck at the gaming table, and
was fortunate enough to find herself, a't the ex
piration of th 'ee quarters of an hour, a winner
of $7,000 fiances. She was so wise us not to
attempt the fickle goddess further, and the
same day started for Paris, probably wishing
to resist the teniplation to p9;y again.
Tho Russian Government encourages mar
riage among its soldiors, provides the couple
with a house, supports them, rears their chil
dren, but takes away all the boys at a tender
age at id .send s them to military garrisons, there
to be trained for the army. There are 300,000
of this kind of soldiers now in the Russian
Tne Solicitor General of England, in a
speech to hie. constituents, alluded to the
efforts made by tho government to preserve
neutrality in respect to the American war, and
to enforce tho Foreign Enlistment act. For
those efforts he claimed tho approval of ills
hearers. He spoke strongly in favour of non
Commercial affairs were still very goomy in
London, Liverpool and Manchester. A few
fresh failures are reported.
The Confederate relief bazaar in Liverpool
netted about £ 19,000 in four days.
•Correspondence from London, Paris, Berlin,
Vienna and St. Petersburg indicates that a se
vere financial storm was about to burst in
England and France, and sweep over tire coun
tries of Old World. Tho governments of Tur
key and Spain are represented as being already
bankrupt —that of Turkey particularly. This
money revulsion, it was thought would load
to many important political changes, and ter
minate in a general war, which would in its
turn, the insolvent governments and
obliterate the smaller State royalties.
Austria was in a very critical position, both
her home and foreign relations being sadly
complicated. It ia said that forty revolution
ary refugees from the Tyrol had invaded the
province of Udine, in Yenelia. This band ad
vanced upon the town of Spi.lidibergo, sur
prised the barracks of the gendarmes and dis
armed the guard. Tlmy attempted to induce
the inhabitants to raise an insurrection, but
they declined. Thp re* gees withdrew to the
mountain passes. Troops were dispatched in
. The new King of Greece had a difficulty
with tho Legislature in Athens, and threatens
the members with a coup (le c'iil if they do not
“hurry up” tho work of framing anew con
lion. Robert J. Walker has returned from
The Lords of the Treasury recently sent a
communication to tho board of customs, sla
ting that an application had been made to
Her Majesty’s Government, requesting permis
sion to ship forty ton of coal on board the
United States stoamer Sacramefito, to enable
her to proceed to Flushing, and that in reply
Earl Russel had informed the-United States
Minister that as it appeared that this vessel
had been furnished with eighty-seven and a
half tons of coal at Cork on the 9 h of July,
and with a fur; her supply of twenty-five tons
at Plymouth on the seventeenth of August,
Her Majesty’s Government could not, consist
ently with the regulations on the subject, per
mit the Sacramento to bo again coaled at any
port in the United Kingdom until tho expira
tion of three months from tho ffet mentioned
date. The Commissioners of Customs have
issued a cireula! to the outposts calling atten
tion to tho case of a supply of coals having
been obtained by a United States war steamer
through au evasion of the law, and pointing
out the penalties incurred by such act. It
appears that the coal in question \\*s shipped
on board a vessel at a British port without
due clearance by tho proper officers* at the
port of shipment, and that such coals had been
laden at sea on board of a United States war
Three Russian officers have lately been de -
graded for having engaged in a duel, and one
of them, who gave tho provocation,' has been
deprived of his title of nobility.
The new capital of Italy, Florence, is to b»
fortified at a co«t of thirty millions trances.
Honors do not always come to
evhn in France. M. Maresekai, aged one hun
dred and one, senior officer in the army of
France, is just decorated.
The European papers say that the Hotel bid
of the Emperor ot Russia, in his rccefit journey
to the west of Europe—lasting three weeks—
The mystery of the iron mask again occniiies
the attention of bibliophih s in France and a ne !y
and rather amusing story is circulated in liter
ary papers on the subject. It states that the
Iron Mask induced the governor of the iSjtile
to admit a lady, who, for a ycry Urge sum set
tled on her, consented to share his prison lifo.
A son was born, who was transported to Cor
sica, ia the charge of a person who was told
that he come “dibuona part*,” or in other
words, that he was well born. The idea start
ed is i hat the child was the ancestor ot Nano- 1
leon I. • * ' 1
There is talk in Paris of establishing a Bibli
cal Theatre, where will be played only pieces
dramatized from the incidents of the Old Tes
tament. A French paper thinks that Solomon
and his three hundred wives would furnish ex
celleut subjects for light vaudevilles.
The Swedish journals are clamoring for the
abolition of capital punishment in that coun
try. It giew out of a recent execution at Stock
Mazzirn has come out in a strong letter
against tho>Franco Italian treaty. He declares
that if the Convention becomes an accomplish
ed fact, the party of the Nation will try to ar
ray Italy in opposition to the Government.
The Great Exhibition Building of IBG2, in
Hyde Park, London, is in process of demoli
tion. Charges of powder, fired by w electric
machine, are used to destroy it.
The wealihiest English noblemen are the
Duke of Northumberland, the Duke of Cleve
land, the Duke of Bedford, the Duke ot Snth
eilaed, the Marquis of Westminister and the
Earl of Dudley, neither of whose income is less
t.iaa £200,000 a year, while some exceed it by
* Specclations concerning the capture of tho j
Florida indicate the belief that the Brazilian j
Goverr.mvpt will make a demand upon the j
Unl;:d States for the rendition of the vessel!
and offices ami men, on the ground that the
SLiAure vf.as cant vary to law.
It is s ale.! eLat; but for the appearance of the
T;n!ahnssep a&el her con°orts off the Northern
coast, which-called off a- portion of Admiral
Porter’s fleet, on attack would have been
mule on iWfbSifigfrm ere this.
Maxkn'Uian’s Government, it is said, is to
be recoarxed by Liseoln.
flic’North«fr papers are urging up
on Line-ShiTo send peace commissioners to
kb bmo:;r*LThe tpresent is considered the
most ;:KM;ablei'iph6rtbmry to bring the reb
| els to topi? ivhich has yet occurred.
A gram! sw.cep.otjnaturalized citizens, who
helped jUgiron.election day, is to be
made byTSa*eri'fotijug '-officers iu New York.
They .ps. well as vote. •
Brigham 'Young 'lias fcfoetj appointed Presi
dent of sl'Ae Mormons, in the world.
A 'Judge, ferchbimks, of Tennessee,
v,..s aiaapgst.Fyrgusbnls men killed recently
by the Squt'raJ wwiitfry. J:i retaliation for this
act, fivoYumkqes wertbkijled six miles east of
Sparta, Tennessee,'by ‘some friends of young-
Marchbanks,,. .They were piled one on the top
of the sl c'-hd .pinned on the buck
of the top One, bearing the following inscrip
tion : • ffevbnge for (Jrptkin Maichbanks.’’
Tt.e Floridan ’announces the death of Gen.
K, Y» r . YVii!irons, one of fke oldest residents of
Florida. " lie died very suddenly of disease of
Admiral-Fitrragul is at' Washington on sick
Yankee papqrs say the. situation of Grant's
army is unchanged. The soldiers are- building
The fever of speculation in Boston, is at its
height. .Tire muring stocks now in the market
represent no dess than two hundred and forty
eight enterprises, emlxucing copper, gold,
coal, irph, Lead, plumbago, antimony, &c.
* Tho latest Northern dates say that the large
number of captures of blockade runners-off
Wiimingtoa.is owing to.a new method which
has been .inaugurated, by the new commander
of,the Nqrth Atlantic; blockading squadron,
which thus far seems to work well. What the
method is the Admiral koeps to himself.
Lieut. Gov.’"Jacobs, of Ky., has besn arrest
ed on the charge of treason.
A severe earthquake was felt at Tlascola
and vicinity, on the Nov 3. The cupola, tow
er, ta.-iLsiy, etc., of the,cljuieh, and the ecclcsi
asl'cal court room were destroyed, The sacris
tan and ii; ? daughter were buried in the ruins.
All tlrq churches, temples and private dwel
lings have suffered move or less, and many are
untenable. At M.V-amoras, Izuka and tho
neighboring villages, the earthquake lasted
over foytVseconds. t Scarely a sound building
was left: One lady was killed. The fraAe
building was thrown down. The domes of tne
churches of Bart ’Nicholas and llabozo,. and
other clni:0ll»: were destroyed. At Slunos the
ohm eh: was 'split open, and religious services
MiVßtttart; Lincoln's Assistant Treasurer at
New Y'crk,‘ hasdaeCn to Washington, trying to
concoct "a ssltcmg with Fessenden to bring
down tho ;pH'co" es uotd. • He waS instructed to
offer to commercial men for strictly commercial
necessities, ’gbld'TSr ctrte hundred and fifty, but
not oto l-K* f'odlfor fp.culative purposes.
A female canary, m Spritfgfi'eld, Massachu
setts, haslaht forty-one' eggs and raised four -
teen singer's this season.
There are sixty thiiusand officers and men
now in Ujo United States navy.
We ]«arn through. Yankee papers that Brig.
Gonv Sq.-unmon. lately.confined as a prisoner
of war-in,Charleston, now commands the ar
tillery on Morris Island, and therefore superin
tends the'.bombardment of his former juvolun
North riV jy'aipers think that Gen. Tries will
pivb«-.l.!ytotlaeU TAttljl ltock, Ark.
All : furloughs to *bfficers-anil soldiers in
Grant's i-rmy welrq" revoked Nov. 14th, and
every inair iit for duty was ordered to the
front. • ,'
A Yankee gun boat bas been accidentally
blown rm on the I’otomac. I'ifty-thi'ee lives
By \y.iy off ili.e North wo. -rot the annexed
news from Missouri. The Yankees have a
strong iatpe.at Bitot-Knob again. The fort is
being; roebiistrueti'd. I’otosi is securely guard
ed. Tir'd-totr'graphic comnianicalion Is com
plote jigai'a to thediaob', and ere this has been
renewed with Capo Uirtedeau by the way of
Fredevicktown. There are no armed Confed
ei ates to stho* South-east' bearer than Berry
man’s foice on .Black river. Os these there are •
but about Two .hundred. The Iron Mountain
Railroad.js said to be well protected. The
burned bridges will soon be replaced. In I’o
toui there a-general stampede recently, in
consequence of an unfounded rumor that the
Indians were coining. ._
It.is statbd tlr&f .the mahagers in the cash of
Ur #St. Arbans, Vt., raiders, in the event of a
decisiorf bein';; riven- by the Canadian court to .
eiViender up tlie raiders, intend appealing to
the Judicial Dbittnxittoe of ihe Privy Council
in Englmd- .
Snow" foil to- the depth of six or eight iochSs
at St. Louis, Nov. 3.
Oh account-of-the murder by guerillas of the
•mail carrier of the Totteo. Hospital, four guer
illas, calling'themselves Confederate captains,
were taken faun the Kxchnnge Barracks, Louis
ville,' Keijtncky,’ and shot on Monday test.
Artosis in Vicksburg are .of common occur
i rcncc, wliew.people are known to have money.
\Vhcu arrested, same charge is preferred by
which tfcpy are fined.
Rumored changes • Lineo’n’s cabinet are
said to be incorrect.
The Tallahassee; according to Northern pa
pers, appears to be making sad havoc among
the Yaiikce Shipping.
The captured Confederate steamer Georgia,
now lying at New Bedford, Massachusetts, was
visited by 4,G(jO'pesple in' thirteen days.
Major General Batiks bas found his appro
priate. calling He has quit fighting and
is making speeches ia New York.
The slave population of Maryland in 1800,
was 87,180. Ut these slates a gre-.t many had
been euticcd>«wav, large number bribed
or drafted into . the army. The number re
maining for emancipation did not probably
exceed foity thousand. ,
The Ndw York Herald contains maps
“new Stnto —Nevada—which is styled tho
’‘thirly.-sixtli star' 8f the ‘ Ajnerioan Union.”
It iS.sitnated on the Padfle, north of California
and tiofthwest'of Utah, and has three votes in.
the electoral college. :
_ Tae Loch vilie'Journal, of a late date, sajs
that Gen. Herron was met, a few days age, so
iog-r.p White river to. Little Bock, whither he
had Cecil ordered from .New Orleans by Gen
Citiiby, Lis believed that he goes to take
commar.jj of the department of Arkansas, in
place ot'.Gren: Sti'eie. / ~
Tho’fhjy. i) y V/, Cahill, D. D., celebrated as
a priest, astronomer and chemist, died recently
in Boston,-Mass., at the agtf .af sixty five.
Stewart, the New York dry goods dealer, is
building-ar marble atraeture, 61 by 111 feet»on
the site-of the late Sarsaparilla Townsend’s
mansion,-:Fiin Avenue, but whether as a galle
ry of art or « private- residence does not yet
appear. It has already Co3t 8200,000, and
there isajtieJj speculation in regard to its use.
It_ it becomes a private residence, 4GO guests,
with moderate criaoiines, can be accommoda
ted at one time oil the drawingroom floor.
The IVdc-rals are .building a railroad irom
Naslivitlo to CiarjisvHle, Tenn.
The Herald recommends Be verdy Johnson as
Gen. Butler im3 issued d.etailed instructions
to Major JTalfohl, ressLsfanl ugent of exchange,
for carry?;jrr Out the arrangements recently
j entered into between (ieo's. Grant and Lee for
j feeding and clothing the prisoners of war held
by the military authorities of the United
States and fhe'.Confeder&cy.'
Northern reports from New Orleans say that
six hundred and seventy eight exchanged
Union pri-muers arrived at New Orleans from
the mcut.ji of the Bed . river on the 24th ult.
These men had been confined at .Shreveport and
Alexandria, La. Two thousand six hundred
U.-'.on prisoners still remain at Tyler, Texas,
Yv o. r,nfi: rsl-invl the Yankee troops are being
rmed extensively with r. repeating rifle or
market. TL.L ;.- ;■ : r improved mus
ket barrel, but is .harrhen’d, am! fires twite
without r* -loading. I :•• i: .geneous piece
of workmanship, and is r-.id to be" a very su
perior weapon. Many of these guns have been
captured from the enemy and placed in ihe
hands of our skirmishers and sharpshooters,
and the Yankees have been made to feel the
weight of their metal.
A private letter received from Newbern.
dated two weeks ago, slates that it is estima
ted thaf 1.40*0 deaths had occurred in that
place from yellow fever, . embracing citizens
soldiers and negroes.
Gov. Harris was in 'Salma a few days ago,
the guest of Captain Shirley. The Mississip
pian says the Governor is looking well, and
will shortly return to the Army ol Tennessee',
with which he.has been during Its active cam
The North and Couth Alabama Rail Roail is
now daily bringing to Selma from 100 to 150
tons of coal, The Red Mountain Ivon Compa
ny has got to work at iron making.
Gen. Drayton has superceded Gen. Ford at
Brownsville. Texas, in command cf the Con
Notwithstanding the -enemy have overrun
and plundered a good portion of Mississippi,
that State has sent Lugo quantities of pro
visions to the army. During the year ending
September Ist, 1304, Id; jor Dameron and his
agents collected and irnpre sed iu this State,
and sent to the army hiM.'OO head of beeves,
19,000 head o f hogs, 2,549,538 pounds of ba
con, exclusive of the lugs, 3 400,000 pounds
of flour by manufacture, <>.1.4)0,000 pounds of
pegs and beans, 42,001) pounds of rice in seed,
besides a large quantity of sweet potatoes, &c.
This is independent of grain and other sup-'
plies which wore forwarded by tho Quarter
master’s Department, whose consumption of
corn is greater than the Commissary Depart
The hat manufactory in Montgomery, Ala.,
is getting on finely. It now (urns cut weekly
some thousand good, substantial hats lor the
Governing, and will increase its facilities so
as to double tho number, shortly.
The enemy, iu eider to protect their trains
on the Alexandria aha Manassas Railroad from
being cut off by our forces under Mosby,
seizes upon certain citizens ci' Virginia, who
aia unfortunate enough to be for the present
within his military lines ; uad crowds them on
the plalfoimsof ell tho ciirs of every train ;
so that if Confederate forces assail the train,
iheir own friend; and l'erfow citizens may have
the best chance to be shot. A Yankee paper
further suggests that V : .i.ila ladies be seized
and put upon this servea.
The following is the a- -vs.-enont of tuxes of
Chatham county, Gu., for the present year :
Stath tax, SS7B ; eounly tax, SI3G,t)OO
—total tax, $1,G04,8C5.20.
The Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted
Masons of North Carolina will meet in Ra
leigh, on tho fith of December next.
The Governor of Mis. U.-unpi Ims issnctl a pre
chimafion auncuiu.ing t! ; -t his earnest so
licitalion, Gen. ilV.ylo'. ausimi'ijwd him to
assure deserters and abs -ntccewho wiil forth
with repoit for di:iy, T L they will not he
punished by death ei ' : .e miaiou's or griev
ous puiriiment. lie- ;':e:n to surrend
er themselves to a sharin' or oilier civil officer
and entreats them ui! good citizens, to uso
their utmost diligence in briugiisi* his procla
mation to the notice of those for whose benefit
it is intended.
Thß common council • X the city of Peters
burg have passed a law prohibiting tlm sale,
barter or giving away ol spirituous liquors,
wine, cider or fermented liquors, -in any quan
The Mack fine; has keen at last raised openly
in the lower Valley, where Mosey ranges.
War to the knife has boon declared against
him' by Auger and TEeridan, and he gives them
as good as <hc> u-I.
| Col Scott, of La . ’ •.■’ainiug a reputation as
au cutermising'and :r;":. :1 -a uut. A tow
niglrts ago, with a :;r.. IS party <.f his cavalry,
he burned four liundv'd b-tk- of Yankee cot
ton within a short ill.;!..;;; of Baton Rouge,
without the loss cf -a man. Tho ncou's pene
trated beyond the enemy 's vidd.tee, and burn
ed the cotton at differeiL places, ambuscades
being ineimtimP fixed for ihe enemy if they
had ventured out to put a stop to it. The
Yankees made no advance.
O. C. Ilopkius, Esq , has boon appointed Col
lector of the Customs for tho District ol Bruns
wick, Ga , to supply iije vacancy caused by the
death of Woodford Mabry, E-:q. * *
Several persons have been indicted at Jack
soil, Miss , for trading in green backs.
A sweet potato, measuring eighteen inches
in circumference, and weighing three and a
half pounds, grew on Rev. Z, 11. Gordon's
plantation, a few miles-from Columbus, Ga.
TUB CO.WBUBA.VrR COIU.'JIES.S. .
The second rcr-rlon f-f thc-S-r a : Gor. -rc.-• of the ConfoJcr
atf* stales G 4 AmcrDa, comwci <• •: Mt tL7 ji inat. The
following ia a list of the member* :
Alex HSter-liPTi', ofOa , \ i I *nt, Fr *. i lent(-.x-offic-o.
•J H Nash, of sG. Sc*>eUry. F. Ft. . •,.S (J, Am fUi.R
Secretary. G T Briton. < \ . -T. • ■ \\ j W A into r
son. Rccouiing Ciriik. l/V-.y tfo ; i Fi!?J.Utoh.oi Ky, Sergeant -
at-Arm*. James I’agc, of *\ C', Bo:rk: r.
ALAR AM A, Mj.r; :jrPI. H
IMWiIJp W:.;i:er H-7-) JV/l v n •
Robeu JcmL'on 1 Albert G B.own 7too
Ko W JJhn?on lb'ft "L M Lon if 3571
Aug li Garland IS/ Wahlo F Johnson IMS
KLOniDA, NORTH CAHOLIN'A.
II Baker 1 70 Wm A Graham 1 70
A E Maxwell li .VVm T D ; icii 18CG
GEORGrA." f- ri.'JTl CAROLINA.
ifcrsclie' V Johnson 1870 Jxs L Grr 1 SOS
Beuj H Hill Ll-o Robert WT am well 13JG
Wm E Simmj 170 Ci; ‘ ,i : A H.*nry ’ JC7O
IIC Burnett 13*.»8 LanJo i G Hoynes ISB6
Fid ward h’pa*rovr 4 i if ; "W S (>fi!ham lfif.3
ThosJ Semiocd 3-. >d Lo;:L: T V\ iglbll, ISC-G
RM T Hunter 1 Allen T (Vp2?to* -.- IPGG
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Thus SBocock, of V •, Speaker ; Albert L Lamar, of Ga,
Clerk; . J antes De Lnubs I al'lSh. Henry C Loving,
AssistaJit Clerks; R II Wayr.r, of Alt, i>dOikeeper.
1 Thos J Fos-cr -1 7' 1’ -iii'.'r-n
2 Wm K Smith r -T b.viu <,t !• n
3 W L \V Cobb C J !.... L I’ugh *
! Felix I Batson 3 V;,-:>;cy
•2 Kufua W Garland 4 Thos B iiart’y
1 St George Rogers 2*R B Hilt n
1 Julian Harlridgc
2 vVm K Smith V names M Smith
8 Wink J! Bhnfo-d ‘ k I! 1' i!,:!-
4 Cr fiord Anderson 0 i;r ir&e ft J.es‘cr
5 J T Shewmahe 10 Wane,; Aiken
1 WilkU ATachen 7 II \Y Ururc
2 Geo W TrjL«:tt M: . liu.il
8 Ilenry K
4 (icoW Ewing lj Jr.-:ir.s \y Moore
r r j Ja-SCli'i-tnuin i iVn r Br.V.G v
6 'J'lico L Burnell :2 .) r, M Elliott
1 Ch'as JVi Hers 4 To .. .1 Du; re
2• h s M .: \ • ,
£ Duncan Y Kenner ■ Joim Ter kins, Jr
1 John A Orr . ' r Hho R Sinuhton
'1 W 1) ITnl;;. r >• .; 1 Barlotiale
••! Israel Welsh 7 J T Bun t kin
4 Henry O Chambers
1 «Thos L Snead r. (j< • and v--^t
•2 L WOrton 1 ' ! . rS V. l.'-' S
3 John 13 Clark , 7 iio A H -t-r Igt
4 A II Conron
NOLT I CAROLINA.;
IWII .\ Smith «; j i/. < . -
2 Ro.-t R IlritLrers : .i tiv- *•: t ( - /i.
8 J T Leach Uanwav
4 Tho3 C Fuller o r ’ ‘
5 Joseph Turner, Jr Jo (it> V, L< jin
SOUTH ( AJOLINA.
1 Jpmes r-1 "Witherspoon 4 W and S'- ’-■son
2 W Porcher Miles 5 Jan.."- i V.n- -/
-3 Lewis M Ayer r, W Vi Bo} as
TENNf ' -L".
lJttCJesM T .lamas Mc'tolten
2 V. m GSw:*n
5A » Uoiyar ~ J> C Adk’Bß
4 John P Mnny V) j ohn y iVr i?!.t
r S c ? r ?- b , co ” . J 1 'M W C.u: key
6 jm A Ltebre
1 * Stephen II fTvden \ »>-.• o- r>. r * ,
2 Claih rne C herhoit .; j: r, ,
3AM Branch 6 S II Herman
1 Robert f > HoEtTfiTUO 9 1.-• Foraf/n
1 s? fce .'? H. Wni-ii-IJ r~w M J toils.
2 bJ? icknna 11 .u hn « Batfo. V.
4 i hosS Ghoßon « 1 2 V. -.i;cr ki SiapJe.?
« if* 08 ,c '*f ' :j l ettc AIcM u.lcn
5 Jr * * 11 Miller
a*i\nk ? ,ves ** :r> Robert J. hTiSton
8 D C DeJamette ic Char?e-3 V/ P.rssell
•The asterieke indicate new tnemberß—ltzo ia the Senate
anu tiva m the Hcuse of RepreseaLalivcs—elected since last
Gher< k e Nntion_E <: Powtiinot.
Choctt.wNa i *n_R >j
Greek and Seminole JAatio: S B Caiiahan.
„ Halfc!ph Market—lVov. Id. . _ !
Money MAi«cET.--Geld, 27.;; Silvvr, ™ j
Bank Notes, 4 for 1; Confederate Bonds, 115 j
I,mg dates; Confederate Bonds, par short; j
State Treasury Notes, fundable. 50 per cent; I
State Treasury Notes, not fundable, 1j» l-.e:
Bacon 50,50 per to, Beeswax $5 per a. Can
dles SO @ 7 per ft), Corn.sloo per bid, 'cuff <
sls per lit, Flour S2OO per bbl, Dry Hides $5
per ib, Green Hides $2,50 per lb, Nails $ 1 ;or
lb. Teas $lB per bush, Rice $1.50 per lb, Sugar
$8 12 per lb. Tallow *5 per ffi, Virginia salt
SSO per bush, Cider Brandy SSO per gal.— ■
N« fro Bnhs.
At a late auction sale in Columbus. C-n., n
negro womqn and three children sold for $5000;
a boy seventeen years old for $4,200; a g;:'!
ten years old for $2,700; ft woman and tv.
children for $4,450; a girl fourteen years old
for $4,050; a girl ten years old for S 1.000.
At a late auction sale in Columbus, Ga, G i
raid Railroad stock sold for $l5O per sjiare.
At a late auction sale in Columbus, Ga. ten
shaics Macon & Western R. 11. stock sold for
$355 per Share; five shares South Western R.
R. stock lor SSOO per share.
TO PKH3TOHS AKP CKBPSTOE ?-
X \ All persons indebted to (lie Estate cf V.T.Sum Sul t. r
afl, late of Uichmond c nnty, deceased, will rnttke iir.nic-dcvr
p yment t»the unde eigneid; and tliose having claimsoinst,
BTid Estate are notified to pietentthem, duly attested, wiiliin
the time prescribed by law.
EDWAUI) PSKEIN. ) -
C01216w43 JOHN T SMITIJ. > J
TU OTJOE TO DEBTORS AND criEinYoßy '
All persons indebted to the estate of E.uh. t 1 «.
cc-a.-c(!,late ol Wilfecs County, will malic limneti c,• ;
to the uuderslgned and tlisse baviiiKclaims a#r.i3)i: i
will present them duly attested, within tin? ti.nc j ..
'aw. E. At. i UOKER
ccM.fi 6w42 Exvcui.c.
-Li All persons indebtedto theEatate of U. L. J.e i.u and
Hte of Columbia county..deceased, will make payim : * to
the undersigned, and those having claims ugaiust said 10-tidc
are notified to present them, duly attested, wichm ihe time ore-,
s ribed by law. CASSAND X A LEON A li D,
nov 2 Cw4s AiWjt.
All persons indebted to the Estate ci William H. T.
Walker, late of Richmond county, deceased, are rj-qub-t-d in
make payment and those having claims again H, soul J-st .te
arc notified to prcsciit them, duly attested to the uul. m:picd
ltichmoml Factory r. 0., Richmond comity, within th*; Umo
prescribed by law. ADAM JOHNSTON,
noYIO Cw 46 Administrator.
•VTOTIOE TO DEBTORS AN T D CREDITORS.
Georgia G cone countv.—All persons having demands'
against the. t slate of S ewart Anderson, fated' taid county
deceased, are hercbv notified to icmicrj in to me an pcloui; l t> ,?
Slid (b -nds accord ng to 1w ; mil all persons indebted Iq
said u 'cea. and will make payment.
MARY W. ANDEKSON.
ncvlD 8v.'40 Adm’x of Stewart A nderpon, dccM,
To Dr. E. J. Pa mer, Benj.lmin T. li. sSmlt.li, aiv.l Ms
wife Jauctte^mit', lan -sJ liis wifb 0 :u;i:;V.
Gainer, who refutes ;:i i!u Statciof Ti xas, an l to Mm i-ailie
l'aliUfir andherchildren or their legal representatives, who ic
side in the State of Mississippi.
You vre hereby notified that four months alfelir t)m date
thereof, l sluii apply to tho Court of Ordinary, of Burke
county, fur the appointment of commissioners to distribute ta:c
estate (bind txeepicd) of
dec ceased. Ci%dKOEH. i’A JLMEit,'Ei.’r.
nov 8 18vv 40* ' l.yts. vv. L'ahner, »ut
I N All persons indebted to the Estate of Ma yG. Walker,
late cf Richmond county, deceased, arc icquil'f-d'to make pav
metit; and those having claims against said E-date arc uoti
lied to present them, duly attested, to Adam John; t n, Esq ,
Richmond Factory I*. 0., Richmond county, wit’d.n the time
pivserihed bv law. WaLTb R E. ,1 OH;. •
ncyli) f»w46 Adminiatrater.
l.i All indebted to tiio Estate of John I'avM Walk
er, late of Richmond county, deceased, are required to in.if c
payment; and there liaving c’aims naainst stml Estate wid
presentt-hem, duly attested, to Adam 'Johniion. E n., KUlt
. nr ml Factory I*. O . Richmond county, within ihe lmm i-rc
scribed by law. WALTER E. JOB At*TON,
s£novlo Cw 10 AdminisLa'or.
JJi All persons indebted o\ he Estate of George A. Ib Vend
er, late of Richmond county, dec aSbd, are required to make
payment; and those having claims against said Estate, arc no
tified to present them, duly Httestedf to the imdcrttgued, Rich
mond I'aeto.y F. c., Uiclunoiid cAinty, within llie time pre
scribed by law. ADAM JGrINfcTON,
novlO Gw4G Administiaior,
TWO MONTHS KO-TSCSI
Two months afterdate application will be made to Hie
Honorable t he Court of Ordinary of Columbia com t.v, for ;. :i v -..
t.« sell a negro woman bcl nging ?o the esia'.c cl W, E. Cart
ledge, late of said county, deceased.
ocM 3w-i0 A. li. TANKERS LEY, /.dm.
.L N Two months after date application will be made to the
jicn.oriblci ourt of Ordinary of Greene county for have tp
sell the negroes aiul.real estate of HeneryE Hunt, late of said
county, deceased, for the purpose of division tmon-j fhedis*
t rilutet sot sai l deceased. j OiLN U*. iioj :\7. «: •,a ,v, .
octs wY/41 A ihuiulstraU *•.
1.1 Two months after dale application will he made to the
Honorable tlic Court of Ordinary of Lincoln county, for leave
to sc] 1 the real Estate belonging to the estuteof Aim* r 1\ 11am
i iek, la?e of said county, dec.- used. O. tober 3d, 130-1. .
ALEXANDER JOHNS'! ON, Adfn’r
oct7 Sw4l of Abner P, Hamrick, dccM.
Two months afterdate application wiil be made to the
Itonomble the Court of Ordinary of Columbia county, dt
leave to s°.U ihe lands of ihe estate ct Isiiam Fuller, dccc bl
iale of said county.
oct HO B\v44. F. M. F U LLEIt, Adm’r.
j-N Two months after date, application w ill be nuulc to 11. c
Court of Ord nary *. f Richmord County, I t leave to r.cil \\w
Land belonging t.o life Estate of Wilburn Fulcher, late of said
county,deceased. BENJAMIN F. H4LL,
NO’! ICE. "
Two months after date application will be made to the
Corutof O;dinary of Richmond Coun;y for leave so sell ihe
negroes belonging to the Estate ol Guftuve Dugas, Id' * . -aid
coiuitv,dec-used. LEON F. DUGAS.
I Application wilf be made to th» Court of Ordinary of
Line »ln county, Georgia, at. the first regular term after the < :c
pi ration of two months from this notice, for leave to sella
pa:i; f thPreal estate c.f -tames 11. Caver, late of said cotn.fv,
deceased,for the benelit of the heirs and creditors of iiaid de
ceased. M AHA LIE L CAVER..
novJO Bw's A dm’rix of Jurats H. (Lver, dec and
Mxtv days after date application will be made to tin
Court of Oidinarycf Wikes county, for leave, to .-.ii t n
bind and negroes belonging to the Estate of Allen Holliday,
deceased. Timo Nov. 12th, ieC4.
A. T IIOLLIDAY, Aun/r ,
novl- 3w47 dMujaiono i with- he vyU r.u; : :,c-.|.
ADM 1 Oii’rt BALE.*
VH ILL be sold before the Court House door in Gronics
♦ ’ bora, G on the first Tuesday in Janua: y next, Itos,
the foil iwing lots of Land in the vilu ge of White'l'laln..,
Greene co„ to-w*it; one Lot c -Maiuing two ;»co - v. i h
dv/elling house and out. houses, adjoining let occuj icd by Hen
ry Houghton, and,opposite th® Baptist Church ; olc oilier lo
ot’ two acres more or less, with dwelling house and oul ImiU
ings: alr>, one containing *ne-h vlf acre, with M:i
i..pa; at! joining Alfriend and »the s ;a!sj, a Tr-.ct of Land m :;
White I’i irv, in Green county, containing HO acres., more or
le : .s, adjoining lands of Jerhigaa and Jackton, ai! under f.
Folu under orders of the Honorable Court* of Ordinary o!'
Greene and .»■ uncock counties, and aa the property of the hde
firm of T AD. Hightower, Terms on dr.vof sale, Vid-. .\o
vember lot ,1864. WM. 8 CREJ ‘ KLLE. Adm’r
dc bonis n oo will ennexed, of Dnniel Hightower,d^e’d.
WM. 8, t RKDELLE, AdrnV,
WINNEY JIIG HTO VV EK. Adi• ' v
novl3 6w4G of Thomas High tow:.. and F-i.
~~ a DMi(« i 7 ha h “
Z\ pursuance <>f an cider of the OftTinary of () ;
A county, will be sold lathe village «,f Word ,tr.<; .'
tbiu.iy, 0.. TUESDAY, the 29Ui of Novembi r, !. i •
the usual hours of sale, a large lot of wrought i j
inga. in which Is inefudu! two large steam cylinder • o
g*'d repair; steam chest and cvlinde% ai.d many oh
of a fleam engine, which m»y be used without remod-
Sald-as the property cf tic Eslatc of rf.bt. C D •
of fUitl county, and c wed. for the benefit, of hehs and cr-
For patticular%uldre.'S Charles Elliott, Ga R. ii. i- . ' u
rust,i, (r either *f us ..t WoodvlUe, G . Those c :*g g dm
loundries and-csteasive iron w rks tak; notice
J. J. DANIEf.. )
. VV M. T. AU.l’is
M3. . Uti -.najist rr.py.
~ ADMIX I Oil’H HALICT
*WiLh 1)2 cold before the Court House door in tire town o
v T CrawfordviJle, Taliaferro county, under an oid ; r fro- i
the Cou torordinary of said county, on the first Tucsd.y in
Ja.iuqiy t 1865. tne tract of LAN D in s*id county, belonging to
the estate of Abram Irby, iate ot eaxd county, dece se*l ; it. br
ing the bird whereon deceased lived at the time of his dc th-*.
coufai.iir.g about two hundred . nd tv/< r«‘.v (220; acres, bul/cc.l
to tl.c widow’s dower in t aid land, pnd adjoining lands of wm
Heard, L liichaids, Jesse43a’tie and others.
bold for the purpose of division among*.!, t.isr legatees r,f. ,jd
deceased. Terms on day of sale. ’i'll OS S jK j Y,
novlS Uw47 Adm’r of A. Irby.
ADMSaMSTII VTOUM 8 ILE.
In pursuance of an order from the* Court of Ordinary of Lin
-aid county, x)if the first Tuesday in January m-x*, between
the lawfrl hours of sa!c tlicfollowing projierty t. -wit :
Xcgro mon Lewis abwut uix y years old, solo nr, the prope- -
f y belonging to the eatute ot Wiliam H. Norman, cb-;; au- <l,
Ute of Lincoln county, fur the beneli. efthe hehs and creclt
o aoi smcl deoeaa.d. Terms on day of sale.
JAMES 11. AicM L’LLAN. Adni’r *
nov!Snw47 of wm II Noiman.
A DMIAiIBTK ATOII’H SAL If.
\\T ILL he f old at the Lower Market H use, in the cdy ot
▼ V Augusta, within the ldfeal hours r f sale, on the Ji.st
Tuesday in-January mxt, under an order of the Court of Oidi
nvry of Richmond county, one negro female slave, named
e Mary. about twenty-five years old. ,BcJdaath* properly > f.i.
Estate of Charles h.Cbalce, dec?rs?d. for the Imufll oi
heirs and creditors of ea’d (b ceated. Terms each,
J A AIK 4 H. HOLLINGSWORTH,
ncv-0 Gw 17 Administrator.
77 _7 ■ , aI)MIM ATOR’B BALffl.
W‘ I L.L be bold at the Court llouteln Groenesb >ro«- Georgia
t on tho first Tuesday in December next, under an or
der oft yt Court of Ordinary, a lot of land in the limits of
Greenesboro, Zimmerman and other-: on
tainiug four acres mm- o less, sold f. r the !>encilt of the
Jiefra ?nd crfdttor«. sold es the property of John F. gc -tt
late of .-aid county dic’d. Terms cash,
ISAAC R. HALL.
oct 17 0w42 Administrator.
EXECUIOH’B 8 \LK.
\\ f be Lower Market irou*e in thc*cj?r of
* Augusta on the flr.t Tuesday in January n*Kt, wittm
the legal bouts ol sale, under an order of th* «’curt «.f * nhiru.
ry ( f Richm-nd twenty five seres of Land In Ktid coun
ty i..fear Beiair, adjoining lands of -tohnson, Goodwin. Burton
arid otJiera. Sold ( r the ben est of the heirs and crcdito a oi
Uui ua J ones, deceased. Terms Cath.
. „ JACOB GOODWIN.
ncv2o Gw 17 j xacuior.
\,7.777 "rx*cL'Tohi r fiALE:"77,7,7
V fiJulj l e sold at rnibsicoutcry at tl*e Bower v arket Hou .
" in Augusta, on the fir.st Tuesday in Decern er n< :c . the
Farm known as Adventure, belonging to the estate of Mlciia -l
F. Boisclair, deceased, located on tie Louisville road, six miles
from ■Augusta, and containing 250 acr s more r Jes?, cf which
175 or 180 seres are cleared land and the remainder in wood
land. On the place Is a dwelling house conta nlrg eight room ,
together with anew gin bouse, seven negro houses—tour per
fectly new, aJJ necessary outbuildings, and a well of neve fail
ing water. Terms rr.atie known of sale. Also, on tise
place, on the following day, <he perhhab’e property belonging
to the estate, consisting of cattle, hogs g-.afs, corn ar and fod.l-r
L A. L HOIS JL AIR, ) v ,
V. W. BGX6CLAIU, i ,JI '-
_ * *" k;» r-
S; \ : ■'« v :*FMliicoui^TYT
fi*r letters of
< f Mercy
' • a • :y, deceased,
. • •: ..Jn;--*nLh all. and singular
* . -.1 appear
; j ‘ v bvw, to show caure,
' - v ' "v G uij u tbe granted.
- .ure, at office.ln Ap-
W. W. JSIIIFI.DS,
S‘\". riA. I-OUHTY.
’ • ' r " wutod to me th:*t the estate of
• • ..■’■noi;>h all and singular the
• b‘‘ and appear 91 my
• w c.ru.-o, if any
; . c .ta'.e should not be
■ 1 • ' curt ot Columbia county,
■ ' at Appling,Oc*
, , b. . v . tiHLuiLoS.
j ' j 1 '•*.'} v j \
• *• • ' Jubn McKinney have
' bu; 'i;<tration on the
‘ * ■ ;iMv. deceased.
■ ‘ T and singular the
i • ; i 'can t appear at my
. how cause, if any
- . i« .'ranted.
. •.‘no. ut. office lu
' 1 • D 11AMMAOK,
' : V-lfw of art!
bi'.o.i, late ut salt!
. , ami singula,
di- i.Ht! ,'.ppi ar a
• -h Fi.'c.u.bv?, uext,r
. rt sutjffl:! net
" , ‘•re. u otßccin Au-
S ? • for i.t’Ucrs of Ad
j • -• « i ■'••!! Tinby, late of said
1. \d .v’ngniar
• • ■ appear at
* ..ot be
uv• iu Au*
• • L. I LOA TH. Ordinal y.
t ■ w . »or Letters of
• ••--'- -i A. i’.owdrc, late of sffid
; ! . all and singular the
• ••-tib. r He-xt, to show
cause, if a;-y tne; .V- ' • --'aid letters should not be grant-*
. c at clllcc in Au
.: Nr> O.'IJMTK. ’
• j « . .!:■ Get j: i,ii, Holt, cf said county,
;i •;• • ••ufuLh all, andWngulfttthe
• k.;.0a ,; ; . !:-: t. c .i-u«l, ti» be and sppoar at my
Di-ilay i*i Decomoer next, to
v *' ; ; 'i •= ‘••> '. yepid Lcf ers should not bo
e, at office in An*
D. V ID L. ROATH, Ordinary.
■ • :M’\ i\. *•
' •. ; ; Go nfor Letters of
! , ."'•••• ■ >• ‘ '•’•omoa Dees ley, late of said
; ; c-“ ' • ■: r»r,:.-h all, end singular,
~' *‘ > ~ ... -' v .j t to be and aptcar at
‘ v ' - j i Drcemhtr ivflt,to
vid Letters should not be
office in Au*
n-;\ : iw4 ; » IV. ;i J. ROATII, OrTlinr. y.
*t. - ’ 1 '■ -‘- !*»>-• t V.”tfibm W. Moore
*. : : V, * Hie estzae of r'&muel A
;•• ; ;V ■ ' '.ulmori'sh i*ll personseon
c/l: ’ ‘ ! * ' ' sv hive, •why said letters
,* *• s , / •; v-rJ.iuary, to be lield
i 1 \ 11 1 •■-’ ’ifouday m December
. 1 • ■ :v:y ' c ! of.!;: ,hoio’, October
- • ’ • .. LUGE; lUBL. KING.
acd Hen ft rant apply
'■ ’ * t ■ *'• a’l persons cow
r;,; - ’ ■ • > v v haw. why said letters
vi 'dii.arvto be held in
- -u i LON j *aY iu Dcccdi her next.
' •• - - ’ - ■ •b"*'o’, October -J-ith,
Li JiENiCJS L. KJJSO,
Oul in ary.
STAT'D '• DL.ifml.UA COUNTY.s
t ? t < me for letters of
i•• •• • u- • '• : • sr.,deceased.
• ” - • i, all ami singular.
' 1 1 : :d, to ho. ami appear at
■'•• ev • so; - --;v.ib\ 'fov.toshow cause,i
at office in Ap
h-D I .•V»‘ • • ■ • ■ :' ■: so X <it> u NTY*.
■ me for letter
- .. ?•’ :'»•->? ail, -and singular
the k‘ ir-• -d, lobe and appear at
SH>' E; JOrdinary, ,
• '. ply to me for let
■ffit . . Hi Liny llirper,.dcccas*
monish all, and singular the
J. appear at my
•‘-’C-n- •-■. ■' •• 1 ' ri-.y ;u December next., then
; *■ .at whyaiid letters
■ ' « . •• ■ : A :.g i -.n, Ihli £6th day of*
; F. \ ‘. ARNOLD,
0ci2*3.4 »i\ _ Ordinary.
h * . i : t>me f r letters of
. ’< n, late cf
■ . . ■ h ail and singular tht
hi.! v >: '• ' . 'I, to be and appear at
’.'.y "1• 1 ■ " -:.rv m Deccmocx next, to
LiDi.v fid letters should not bo
Given v.ndc u ; har,.: oOiuc -a M;uihto*i this2sth dry o
G:b ’ • h F W. ARNOLD,
: 'COUNTY. r
:::< u,r Letters of
n.i;n',i b ‘r.itffi'l o : . lb L oi Euldrd Bird,late of 8 id coun
ty, -cca eel - *
Th ••• b - T-' ' ‘ :••*•! adinm.irh, all and singuiilr
e and appear ;t.
L'. v ’ii*; - biv/.tn show cause, if
."•■• • ‘ r’.n uoi t»e granted.
: ; gi*:it.ure # at office in
. . D. ll Ail MACK,
r'? • •• ; dGuardian
< • tb! ' • is- m*dy, a minor
-d * -ostv, Ihisu to
at the tom cf
1 " •* • t lie expiration of
• ' thi* notice, and show
Km dy should not
• U . l on nd propeity
Ov‘. foj d-. Ordinary.
QTA : • : * .•:-;:;V;()UNffT ’
: * i IjlJl.llT. Mc
»-/■!(•: ir.i. (u •. • v . ;o !!:•: i'oi Letters of dionis
_ T : ar and singular
• nd--. ' » ■ j-jui appear at
sny r.file,' <».; • Jariuarj next, to
■ ; .filers Miiould not bo
. :.fo ;re, at office in Au*
| ■ : u-.ATIi Ordinary.
! V *?•:. ■■ r. Appilng
j. x • ' : >uay hi Dec iu
' , *ij estate of
• SA K. a inaft
. ..1 x
• ' • ‘ ?'•>.,limny f Lincoln
: • House doer in said
: i on the first TUBS* •
' j> < petty, to-wit:
f Land more or
• • • i.” • Jiivcr, adjoining
; • ! iau.iß te!ouaing to
i v'M.; ; uue place wliereon
f his deaUi, well lm
b • estate of JAMES
. on t» e day
f t • - > • • IC'tIN Iff DUNN.
t- • rit. .v ' . l>. Samuels,dec’d. •
f f -- M Gw42
n k i ' IT SALK,
it A :c Court of Ordlna
»-•* ' . u Hu.* Hr t TUESDAY.
' • c doer at Green*B
- • i to the estate cf
■ i .! * buiclltof thehelra *
• • o dayofMle
cc:7 bvlL _ J.PoUTiILRLAND
i’, k ( ••• ; • rt'A'.'fir’-- tfLiu
.-v ’ * ’i rt 1 UUSC door in
:! u< ,I: }* r next, between
r -ri. * -. to-wit; (480>
• . - more cr tea, n.
el 7/ ‘i/7' •
l .ad Benjamin Samuels
‘M,,.. ;• tcvtLty y-ars old;
year, old, andCo
: ; I'.";-' . xd .a *• epropt-.ty belonging
. county, deceased,for
niP , . LFi! M. D!LL, Adm’r,
_ocuj fiw43 • • non whb the will annexed/
\\ V'V o/» Y in December next,
M before tru < u:t .:c use.door In the city of Greensboro,
fercM. t. •, ry;ji(jK>. f wit, i liarles.
-- y. l r * rA '\- ' ry. 1 . t*ut& < Id, in ac- .
c^n.ai.f.w i. v • .-.'t v.. ,ii- ;i- jof John Scutheriand,
ad \ AUMoTKONG, i£xY
oct2tf G wi3 <■? Tf-hu Sou’herlaod, dec’d.
VSA. !.TGXt’B BAI.E,
|3U pnr.maii'*' ! : - -;i testament of A/*am Hearnes-
A burn r, 1 !<■ -; * W at bin
1 -dc r; ;| iv t-f •' m r I*l a DAY, the 61h day </
f ' ' ‘ c-: . • • • i 10 o'clock L . M. and 4
erty, to wit :
(•* > Nil ■ .. i ’ •. th -e acre* of laud, mere or
•* ■' ' *• ‘ . . : an v piace where on and
c _ * *•' -'ll improved. A1 o.
r !. a., in ea!d coun
-7’,. ‘ ri 7 »’ 1 *■ i -o> one hundred and thirty*
, 8 known as tne
* —■ > * -■-* forty acres more or
k;;.’ . . * county of Wilkes on* tie
V;*\ ' *v •; . • ; gUmU of E. Af. Booker and
r n‘„ '* l i Wt. , now occupied
, • • rOo b l, a -if two hundred and
tdc‘, l'.v j£-» tot No. 225, 11th Dls
"J ’ - ng of iron, women and
li ? -7k ; . Hr.rtr*! Cattle .-beep end
if. ,>■ ."'l .larniw, two CilMlw,
from day*fo fe
Terms ruth day oft-, e
‘ sii4 - JOHN GIBSON,
UOV3 ftw ,■) ' X r ol A. Ilearnfcflterger. dcceftsed.
ALI. Kl.iDfe Os i U I
NTfiED by Meehan'''-. dly and promptly executed *t
MJ Ogee of ihc; ODHONiOBK A **