I OCAL TOPlQg
k xtm Clement Arnold, is our authorized
v t on,! all contracts made by him fortius
l be rried out by the publisher.
V*l Ul John Ellis is our authorized agent to
receive subscriptions and advertising for the
Ah Good as Money.
As it may be more convenient for some of
our friends to furnish produce than green
backs, we propose to receive for subscription
nn y thing in the eating line.
At less than Atlanta Prices, at the
timks printing office.
MOBAMBIQUES and MUSLINS for
(a le at New York Cost. Going rapidly.
,: *luglStf al J- H. ARTHUR’S.
M -»- »■ ;
Er.os are decidedly scarce in our market
vet, and have advanced in price 5 cents per
We saw three or four men in town the oth
pr day, who were not candidates for any
Iy js rumored that there is some probabil
ity of Judge Joseph E. Brown becoming a
candidate for Congress in this District; but
we don’t believe it.
A. W. Ballew is now recieving and
opening his fall and winter stock of dry
goods. All should give him a call —es-
pecially the ladies.
Strange. —We havn’t heard of a single
boy getting his neck broke by jumping on
an d off the passing Railroad trains yet.—
Strange, isn’t it ?
I— -« ♦»■
W The people of our town are blessed with
having fine beef twice a week ; and it is pre
pared for the market in the finest style by
our friends, Brogdon & Brownlow.
Business continues dull. Farmers are
busy with corn or fodder, and our streets are
v er y quiet. Wheat buyers are backward
about buying, even at present prices, and
very little is being brought in. If a man can
afford to hold his wheat, we rather think it
advisable to do so.
Godf.y’s Lady’s Book.— This great favor
ite with our fair ones, for October, is on our
table. Os course it is a splendid number, for
it is always so. The press and people North,
.South, East and West, pronounce Godey’s the
best Lady’s Magazine in the world. Pub
lished by L. A. Godey, Philadelphia, Pa., at
Pi if! —We have been called heavy as a
“puflist,” and we acknowledge that we love
to puff a fine cigar. Mr. M. H. Jackson,
over the way, has sent us a lot of well-fla
vored, delightfully-smoking cigars. If you
doubt our judgment, call on him and try them.
Tiif. attention of business men is invited to
the card of J. O. Mathewson, Commission
I Merchant, Augusta, Ga. We probably ship
more produce to Augusta than any other
point, and this is one of the oldest, most re
liable and popular comiuission houses in that
Kkai) the card of Messrs. Colcough, Har
kins & Glover, of Home. Ga. They have the
most extensive wholesale establishment in
this part of the State, and wc are satisfied
they can make it to the advantage of business
men to trade with them.
That prince of clever fellows, and popular
merchant, N. J. Boaz, started for New York
a few days ago, to lay in Boaz, Barrett & Co’s,
mammoth stock of fall and winter goods. lie
generally buys a huge stock ; and his exten
sive experience enables him to know exactly
what the people of this section want, and to
get them on favorable terms.
Foster & Harlan opened a fine lot of
hams day before yesterday—the first we have
seen in town for two or three weeks. This
firm has already received a large part of
’heir tall and winter stock of dry goods.— '
1 heir shelves and counters present a very
inviting appearance. The ladies are delight
ed with their beautiful assortment of fall and
winter dress goods, prints, &c. Call and ex
A Good assortment of New Mackerel,
lute lish, &c.,&c., for sale by
DeJOURNETT & SON,
< or. Broad & Bridge sts., Rome, Ga.
Sunday School Celebration.
Ihe Calhoun Sabbath School met at the
Methodist Church on Saturday morning—
'he little fellows turning out in strong force.
i organization, and the appointment of
Mr- Z. T. Gray, as Marshal of the day, a pro
cession was formed, and marched up Court
House street. At the railroad the procession
" b y Hie Adairsville Sunday School
™ h arrived on the 11 o'clock train, when
, lmUed Bchools Proceeded to the grounds
' . "cted tor the occasion—a most inviting
‘/‘ ,U ' grove ’ in tlie western suburbs of Cal
houn, known as the Presbyterian Church lot.
Upon arriving at the grounds, an appro
prn e and beautiful song of welcome was
rendered m good style by the Calhoun Sab
interesf °° v Wh ‘ Ch ’ a PP ro P riat « and
M- - M g htt ® B P eec bes were delivered by
tie'g 3 , Uggie Klker » Annie %er and Mat
l-H«ertu» K .n! r ,he “ .ad
‘ tuned, interesting address
,nd a, '' miT ' i y
to bjthe la rgc crowd
in abort order-1. ?
ered the rn i* ? " lte c^ot bs soon cov
»<>« otoptiedfld' thlf “” a lhen baßkelS
I“*f«t7 «nd quaUtv ,ll and Pr<>Vide,i
keeping with hi l U dmner was full Y
in getting g Ire P uta tion of our ladies
a,?, r;" ’, bi,,gß ''»-«•> «
Ua—there was was satisfied-even
regiment of hungry^J 0 feed a Bmall
W. ? dienCe lißtened t 0
with wisdom unrt ° nß ° Q ’ wae replete
addresses from Dr. R. W. Thornton, Judge D.
W. Neel, and others.
Our school unanimously adopted a resolu
tion of thanks to Miss Sue Hudgins, of this
place, for her successful efforts to train the
children in singing, thus adding interest and
pleasure to the occasion. Also, to Mr. Hodges
and the Adairsville school, for addition to
this interesting part of the ceremonies.
The assembly broke up near four o’clock,
when the visitors were taken in hand by our
good citizens, and rendered agreeably com
fortable till the arrival of the train which car
ried them home.
Altogether it was a day of unalloyed pleas
ure to the participants, and we sincerely
trust the interests of the great cause of Sun
day schools were materially advanced; and
that much good was accomplished.
ANY QUANTITY of “Fine Virginia Leaf”,
and Manufactured Tobaccos at
DeJOURNETT & SON’S,
C‘\i. Broad & Bridge sts., Rome, Ga.
Mr. Editor : —lt has been reported
by some designing men, who fear that
Col. Fain will be the choice of the masses
for our Democratic candidate for Repre
sentative of Gordon county, that he was
on the Railroad committee which found
no fraud in its administration. This is
false, for he was never in any way con
nected with it. He was on the Bullock-
Angier committee, and was one of the
democrats who made a minority report,
in which he found Bullock guilty of nine
charges out of eleven. Those who de
sire to make false impressions about his
political course, ought to know that they
speak against the records. It has also
been stated that he is Attorney for the
W. & A. R. R.—this I know to be false.
He has hud some fees from that road
just as any other attorney along its line,
but was never its standing attorney.
I say this in justice to a good man,
not knowing whether Col. Fain will per
mit his name to be run in the conven
tion on the 2 ith, but believing that he
prefers that some other good man should
be the standard bearer, who has the in
terest of our county at heart. Citizen.
For the Calhoun Times.
Fellow-Citizens of Gordon county,
at the solicitation of a large number of
citizens of the county, I have been in
duced to withdraw my name from tue
can 1 lacy for the office of Tax Collector,
and to offer myself as a candidate for
Clerk of the Superior Court of Gordon
county, at the ensuing election. In
making this change, I have not consult
ed my ow r n feelings, but have yielded to
the wishes of those whom I believe to be
my friends. And while I have no special
claims to urge for your suffrage, I feel I
have, as a citizen of Gordon county,
discharged my duty as such, both during
and since the war, and in doing this I
simply did my duty. If lam the choice
of the people, I shall endeavor to dis
charge the duties that will devolve upon
me to the very best of my ability, and
will be thankful for your support. I
will further say, that I do not desire the
office for the honor alone, but because I
think it will pay me a fair compensation
for my services, and if I am the choice
of the people I will feel honored, and
will appreciate and strive to merit the
same. C. A. HARRIS.
Always on hand, the very best and cheapest
of Groceries. For sale by
DeJOURNETT & SON,
Cor. Broad & Bridge sts„ Rome, Ga.
Democratic Meeting 1 in Calhoun.
September 20th, 1870.
I u pursuance of previous arrange
ments, the citizens of the 849th District,
G. M., met at the Court House in Cal
houn, for the purpose of selecting dele
gates to represent them in the Conven
tion to be held on Saturday, the 24th
inst. On motion, W. 11. Rankin was
called to the Chair, and 11. C. Hunt re
quested to act as Secretary.
The chairman having announced the
object of the meeting, and that the
number of delegates to be selected was
three, a ballot was had, which resulted
in the choice of W. 11. Morris, Z. T.
Gray and Elam Christian.
On motion, it was ordered that these
proceedings be published in th Cal
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
W. R. RANKIN, Cli’m’n.
H. C. Hunt, Secretary.
The Reason Why
TICKETS SELL SO RAPIDLY IN
H.K. HICKS&Co’s. Grand RAFFLE&.SALE,
Is because the people are satisfied that it
is NO HUMBUG , and that the property is
just what it is represented to be. Every
man, woman and child in the whole country
ought to secure a t’cket, for this great op
portunity to secure a little fortune for ONE
DOLLAR will soon close. We feel confident
with a little energy, that the tickets will all
be sold by the time specified.
‘•Do not trifle with the fickle goddess,
But secure her favor while you may.”
Remember your money is deposited, and
will be returned if the drawing does not take
place. Send in your orders at once to
H. K. HICKS & CO.,
sept!s—lm Calhoun, Ga.
It appears by an official state
ment that during the past twelve months
the eleven railway companies in New
York city, carried over 113,000,000 of
passengers, and received with the fare at
six cents, $1,132,000 more than if the
fare had been but five cents. Exclusive
of the Fourth Avenue line, the other
companies collectively paid to the gen
eral government $208,44G as the tax on
their earnings, which will be about the
amount of revenue per annum that tlie
government w ill give up after the Ist of
October, on the receipts of the compa
nies in that city.
Special Notice.—The Sunday
School Convention for Rome District,
Methodist Episcopal Church South, will
be held in the Methodist Church, at
Rome, September 29th and 30th.
The preachers in charge, with one
delegate from each circuit, station and
mission, co/istitute the delegation.
In case any preacher cannot attend,
he will please procure an alternate and
see that his portion of the work is fully
Comfortable homes will be provided
for all who attend. Those who come by
private conveyance will be met at Pow
ers & Whitely’s stable.
W. F. Cook, in behalf of Com.
Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Syrup, Rice. Cheese,
Pepper and Spice, and Factory Yarns in
abundance at DeJOURNETT A SON’S,
Corner Store, Rome, Ga.
Killing a Town —Only Two
Years to Complete the Work.—
Closely and promptly obsevre the follow
Ist Put up no more buildings than
you are obliged to occupy yourself.
2d If you should have an empty buil
ding to rent, demand three times its val
3d Look sour at tfvery new comer,
and give the cold shoulder to every mer
chant and mechanic who desires a home
4th Go abroad for your goods and
wares, by no means purchase from your
own merchants and manufacturers, even
at the same prices, or less.
sth Don’t contribute one cent to the
cause of religion and education.
Finally, put a through finish to your
work of vandalism by killing off your lo
cal newspaper, by refusing to subscribe
or advertise, so that persons at a distance
will not know that any business is being
done in your town.
In Calhoun, Ga., on the 21st inst., by the
Rev. Thomas M. Pledger, at the residence of
the bride’s father, Capt. Joseph McConnell
and Miss Julia Morris, all of this county.
The mutually fortunate and happy couple
departed the same day for a bridal tour. To
gether with a host of friends, our well-wishes
follow them wherever they go. May their
brightest hopes be realized, and their honey
moon never end.
Mu. Editor: —Please announce that the
name of W. R. Rankin, Esq., will be brought
before the nominating convention on Satur
day next, as a candidate for Representative
of Gordon county in the next Legislature.—
The times demand good men for law-makers,
and we are satisfied that Mr. Rankin will rep
resent the true interest of Gordon county if
elected, and speak the voice of her people on
every question of vital importance. If nom
inated lie will receive the hearty support of
FOR CJL’K SUPERIOR COURT.
117 E ARE AUTHORIZED to announce the
YV name of C. A. Harris, as a candi
date for Clerk of the Superior Court of Gor
don courty, at the ensuing election in
January next. Sept 22-td
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
G. R. ROAZ respectfully submits his
name to the voters of Gordon county, as a
candidate for the office of Tax Collector. Sub
ject to the action of the nominating Conven
tion in Calhoun on the 24th. septlo-2t
FOR TAX COLLECTOR.
4\7E are authorized to announce the name
YY of CLEMENT ARNOLD, ESQ,, as a suit
able man for the office of Tax Collector of
Gordon county. Election in January next.
New York, September 20.—Stock's dull;
gold Money saJ>. Sterling, long
9|; short 10J; 62511£. Flour very firm.—
Wheat held firmly. Corn 1 cent, better.
Pork dull, at 26. Lard quiet. Cotton dull,
uplands 18jj; Orleans 19J. Sales 500 bales.
Louisville, September 20.—Bagging firm;
20a30. Flour firm, eytra winter $5.25.
Corn dull and unchanged. Pork firm, mess
$26.50. Bacon firm, 17al8. Lard quiet,
tierce hams 24a25. Whisky 87.
Savannah, September 20.—Cotton, in good
demand, offerings light; middlings 17 J;
sales 300 bales; net receipts 2000; stock
Baltimore, September 20.—Cotton dull,
prices have declined J; middlings 19; sales
100; net receipts 31; coastwise 45; total
76; stock 1435.
Charleston, September 20.—Cotton dull
middlings sales 100 bales ; net receipts
1517; stock 3575.
CALHOUN PRICES CURRENT.
Times Office, Sept. 22, 1870.
Butter—2s, from wagons.
Bacon—Shoulders, lb 15(3>1G
Clear Rib Sides, 18(5)19.
Clear Sides, 19©20.
Plain Hams, 18.
Chickens—from wagons, 15(3)20
Coffee—Rio, lb 22£@28.
Eggs—from wagons, 20 cts.
Flour—from wagons, 3 cents.
Green Apples—so cents.
Iron—qd lb 41(3)8.
Lard—qd lb 18@20.
Leather—Sole, fjd lb 30(3)40.
Upper, 50(5),1 00.
Kip Skins, each. $4 00(a>$5 00.
Calf Skins, $4 00(3)$7 00
Lumber—Dry, M. ft., $15(5)20
Meal—From country mills $1(5)110.
Nails—Cut, $5 25@S8 00.
Oil—Tanner's gal., SI 20(3)140.
Kerosene, “ “ 75(3>80.
Estrella, “ “ 40a50.
Castor, pts., $6 25.
“A “ $3 60.
Potatoes —Sweet, 50a60.
Irish, qd bushel, 50(5)60
Peaches—Dried, unpeeled, 4as—peeled 6a7.
Rag?—Cotton, 3 cts., from wagons.
Rope—Manilla, qd lb 28(5)33 cts.
Machine, “ “ 11a! 2A cts.
Cotton, “ “ 30a50.
sack, $2 40.
Sugar—Brow*’, qd lb 15a17.
Syrup—Muscavado, gal.. 65a75.
Cuba Molasses, 50c gallon.
Golden, gal., slal 25.
Sorghum, qd gal., 60a75 cts.
Tobacco—Leaf, lb 20a30.
Medium, ** “ 00a75.
Prime, “ “ 90a$1 25.
Wheat—Bsa 1 00.
\V oo l —Washed, tb 25a45 cts.
Feathers— lb 60.
Beaswax — lb 28".
Tallow— ““ 10
Barley— *p bu*h. 125a150.
Oats— “ “ 40.
Peas —SI. 00
TO BUY BUY YOUR
BOAZ, BARRETT & CO.,
Big - Brick Store !
NEAR THE RAILROAD.
WE are always prepared, with a full
and complete stock, to offer induce
ments to purchasers of
STAPLE DRY GOOD,
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
We also keep a large and choice Stock of
Which we are prepared to sell as Cheap as
anybody in this part of the country.
Our stock consists in part of
And, in fact, everything usually found in
a FIRST CLASS Family Grocery Store.
We are “regularly in” the
and pay the Highest Market Prices for
Wheat and Produce generally.
BOAZ, BARRETT & CO.
Calhoun, Ga., Aug. 11, 1870. ts
Cooking Stoves !
WOULD inform the public that they are
prepared to fill all orders in the
At a3 LOW PRICES as any similar estab
lishment in Cherokee Georgia.
Our work is put up by experienced work
men, and will compare favorably with any
in the country.
In these days of Freedom, every good
husband should see that the ‘‘goot wife”
is supplied with a good
And we are prepared to furnish any size
or style desired at the Lowest Possible
Give us a call. aull,tf
FOSTER / HARLAN,
Would remind the people of Cherokee
Georgia of the fact that they are still at their
old stand on the corner of Court House and
Wall streets, ready to supply every body’s
wants in the way of
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &e.
At as Low Prices for Cash as any other
man can possibly afford to do.
They also keep a select stock of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY Ac.,
Which are sold at the lowest market prices.
Win pay market prices for all kind's of
Aug 11 1 ts
CHEAP CASH STORE
The undersigned, having purchased the
HARDWARE AND GROCERIES
of JObEPH O. DOBBINS, now offers them
Come around and give me a Call, and
examine for yourselves.
I solicit a liberal patronage and I propose
to sell for
VERY SMALL PROFITS
H. C. HUNT.
Aug 11 1 ts
BALLE W~l&M ARSHALL,
LIQUOHS, et c.
Always on hand a good supply of
BACON, LARD, ELOUR, MEAL,
SUGAR, COFFEE. RICE,
And, in fact, a full and complete assortmen
of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We also keep one of the best Stocks of
Wines and Liquors
in this part of the country.
If you want good, fresh Groceries, or Fine
Old Whiskies, Brandies, or Wines, give us a
A. W. BALLEW,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Groceries,
Hardware, Queensware, &c.,
FACTORY YARNS, SHIRTINGS,
Self-Sealing Fruit Jars,
Railroad Street , - - CALHOUN , GA.
August 11, 1870,3 in
W. W. BLASINGAME,
Main Street, next door to H. C. Hunt,
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic
WINES & LIQUORS,
AT WAVS on bend Snr> n rior old fashioned
CORN and RYE WHISKEY, Pure, Cognac
uranuy, Snerry, Madeira and Port WINES,
expressly for medicinal purposes.
Pure Old Peach, Apple and Blackberry
Brandies always on hand.
Give me a call if you want Good Liquors,
©gjy** One complete set of BAR FURNI
TURE for sale. aull.3m
J. H. ARTHUR,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
Cutlery, Notions &c.
Also keeps constantly on hand a choice
In all of which purchasers are offered in
ducements to buy.
Aug 11 1 Gm
C. J. THAYER TCo7
(Next to Arthur's Corner.)
Court House Streert, Calhoun Ga.
Always keeps on hand a good supply of al l
Fruits, Nuts and Toys!
Coffee, Sugar, Snuff, Tobacco, &c.
We also keep a select stock of pure,
BRANDY, WINE, ALE AND PORTER
for Medicinal purposes.
Aug 11 1 ts
M. H. JACKSON,
Family Groceries, Provisions,
Tobacco, Cigars, Wines, Liquors, &c..
CO URT HO USE ST., CALHO UN, GA.
MY Bar, in the rear, is always supplied
with the very best and purest of
Give me a call.
auglO’TOtf M. H. JACKSON.
G. R. BOAZ,
KEEPS FINE STOCK, and Vehicles to
correspond, and is at all tunes pre
! pared to furnish any kind of
AT VERY LOW RATES FOR CASH.
Stock bought and sold on reasonable
YV.. D. HOYT & CO.
.. - 1 w r . i; ,lit ; AND-
No. 43, Broad »t„ ROME, GA.
TOTioiesal© Agents Por
Rosadalis, Plantation Bitters, California Vinegar Bitters,
Ed Wilder k Co’s. Preparations. Pemberton. Taylor k CoV Prep ■«.
Ayer & CoV Preparations. White Lead, and Linseed Oil.
All of which will be sold at Manufacturer's Prices. aeptlb,]B7o-1 v
Boots and. Shoos
And many articles too numerous to men
tion. My stock is complete, my goods new
and fresh, and I am determined not to be
Give me a call, at Gordon’s ©ld stand,
on Wall Street.
All kinds of country produce received in
cxch ange for goods, and highest market
Lite Insurance Cos.
OF MACON, GA.
Capital, - - - 8500,000.
Deposited with SMe Authorities for protec
tion of Policy*holders, and realizing
at least b per c*nt., $150,900.
All Policies Including “Ordinary Life,”
Non-Forfeiting and so Provi
ded in tlie Policy.
No Restrictions on Residence
JB&~PREMIUM3 AS LOW AS IS COM-”£sa
j(I&“PATIBLE WITH SAFETY.
RETURN PREMIUM AND JOINT LIFE POL
ICIES ALSO PARTICIPATE
A loan of One-Third the Premium giv
en, when desired, on all kinds of Poli
cies and no Notes taken therefor.
I. POLICIES ISSUED;
LOSSES PAID, $32,500.
Dividends Declared Annually After
The Second Year.
Wm. B. JOHNSTON, Pres’t
W. S. HOLT, Vice-President.
Geo. S. Ooe.vr, Secretary.
J. W. BURKE, General Agent.
C. F. McCAY, Act’y.
J. MERCER GREEN, Med. Ex.
I>r. D. G. HUNT, Med. Ex. at Calhoun, Ga.
Agents wanted. Apply to
WM. J. MAG ILL, Supt. of Agencies.
Bones, Brown &. Cos., j J. &S. Bones & Cos.,
Augusta, Ga. Rome, Ga.
Established 1825. | Established 1869.
J. &S. BONES & CO.
CUTLERY, tJUNS, SC.
WILL offer for sale, the coming season :
33° Tons Swedes Iron,
7 3 Tons “Jenks” Plow Steel,
A LARGE LOT OF
Imported Cutlery and Files,
Together with a full assortment of GEN
AVE arc Agents for R. HOE & CO'S. Pat
ent Inserted Tooth Circular Saws; Machine
Belting, Orange Rifle Powder, and Rome
Iron Manufacturing Co’s. Merchant Bar Iron
All of above to compete with any House
E. R. SASSEES,
[Formerly of Atlanta, Ga.]
r RESPECTFULLY announces to the fravel
k ling public, that he has refurnished and
refitted the above hotel, and is now ready to
accommodate all who may *top with him.
Rates moderate*: and table furnished with
the best the market affords.
Calhoun, Ga.. August 19th, 1870—ts
J 7 D. TINSLEY.
CALHOUN, : : : : GEORGIA
i LL styles of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
neatly repaired aud warranted.
CHANCE TO MAKE HONEY!
Fine Thoroughbred Horse
NOT having time sufficient to attend to
the business as it requires. T offer
for salo orre of the finest Stallion?
/T*n in the State of Georgia—bred by
the celebrated -Whirlwind.”
By early application, a bargain can be
had. M. If. JACKSON.
Calhoun. Gh.. Augu«t l?. ISTo ft
In Calhoun, Ga*
Salt, per sack, $2.25
Sugar. 5 to 8 pound* for one dollar.
Coffee 4 “ “ *• «.
Roswell Thread, per bunch, I.CO
Golden Syrup, too
Molasses, 45 to 50c
Clear Side Bacon, 20c
Horse and Mule shoes, 8$ “ 9c
Clinton Horse shoe Nails, 28c
All other articles in the Grocery line
Wc respectfully invite all to “come
septlstf PITTS k JOHNSON.
Iji AS T OA Xi iTI
Pay Your Taxes J
I will be at tk« different districts of this
county on the following days for the purpose
of collecting the State and County Tax for
Oostanaulla, Monday 12th Sept. 1870.
Sugar Valley Tuesday 18th “ 11
Rcsaca Wednesday 14th “ **
Bth Thisrsday 15th “ “
7th Friday 16th •* “
Coosawattee Saturday T7th « •«
24th Monday *loth •* •*
Fairniount Tuesday 2*>rh ** *»
Senora Wednesday 21st “ *«
15th Thursday 22nd •*
Springtown Friday 28rd *•
Calhoun Saturday 21th “ “
Remember this i9 the last round. My
books will be open in Calhoun during Court,
after which time, they will be closed,
sept 15 ' G. R. BOAZ, T. C.
Gordon County Sheriff’s Sales.
WILL be sold before the Court House door
in the town of Calhoun, Ga., on the first
Tuesday in October next, within the legal
hours of sale, the following property, to-wit:
Lota of land, Nos. 276, 2G7 and 275, all in
the 7th district and 3rd section of Gordon
county; levied on &9 the property of E. M.
Cannon and James Watts, Administrators on
the estate of J. M. Cannon, dec’d, to sntifv
two Justices’ C’ourtti fas, in favor of Cantrell
& Kiker, Attorneys at Law; issued from the
1056th District, G. M. Levied on and re
turned to me by F. M. Green; Constable,—
Property pointed out by Plaintiff.
septStds JOHN GRESHAM, Sh’ff!
GEORGIA, Gordon County.
The Courr of OrmN.vrv, lx Cham Bars, )
For county purposes, Sept. Ist, 1870. j
T7PON the application of the various Peti-
U tions to have the public Road changed,
on the farm of F. Alexander, of the 1056th
District, known as the Calhoun and Spring
Place road, where they intersect the New
town road, as Petitioned for.
This is therefore to notify all persons that)
said change in said road will be granted on
the first Tuesday in October if no good cause
be shown to the contrary.
D. W. NEEL, Ordinary.
Sept 8-’7O-4t [Printers fee So]
GEORGIA, Gordon County*
The Court of Ordinary, In Chambers 1
For county purposes, Sept. Ist, ’7O. /
17 PON the report of the Reviewers appoint-
J ed to review a contemplated Road, com
mencing at Rock Crock, near E. S. Mann's,
in the To64th District, G. M., of the same
county, thence southwest direction to James
Barnett’s mill, on John’s creek, the western
county line of sa<me county, a distance of one
and a half miles.
This is therefore to notify all persons that
the above described road, will be established
as a public m ad, on the first Tuesday of
October, if no good cause is shown to the
contrary. D. W. NEEL, Ordinary.
Sept 8-70-4t[Printers fee ss}
GEORGIA, Gordon County.
The Court of Ordinaty, In Chamber )
For county Purposes, Sept., Ist 1870, /
B'PON the report of the Reviewers appoint
ed to review a contemplated road, leav
ing the Dalton road, at the one mile Post,
North of Resacn, and crossing the River at
Hills’ Ford, and from thence in the direction
of Spring Place, by the way of Mount Zion
church. We think it best to follow the old
settlement wagon road, with some little ex
This is therefore to notify all persons that
the above described road will be established
as a public Road, on the first Tuesday of Oc
tober, if no good cause is shown to the
contrary. D. W. NEEL, Ordinary.
Sept 8-’7O-4t[Printers fee Ss]
STATE OF GEORGIA, Gordon CocntyT—
Whereas, F. H. Cooper, administrator of
Henry Cooper, represents to the Court of Or
dinary in his petition, dal j filed and entered
on Record, that be has fslly administered
Henry Cooper's estate. This is, therefore, to
cite and admonish all persons concerned,
kindred and creditors, to show cause, if any
they can, why said administrator should not
be discharged from his administration, and
receive letters of dismission, as prescribed
by law. This August 31st, 1870.
sept26ni D. W. NEEL, Ordinary,
GEORGIA, GORDON COUNTY, )
Ordinary’s OfFicE, Aug. 31,70. /
4 LL persons interested, are hereby notified,
that Thos. L. Tanner, of the lt>s4th Dis
trict, G. M., tolls before Lawson Fields and
O. H. Davis, Freeholder? of said District, as
Estrays, one yoke of Oxen, taken up by said
T. L. Tanner, in Sugar Valley.
Said oxen appraised to be worth serenty
ty-five dollars; one of the o*ei», dtm sides,
white back ami belly, and white face, marked
in right ear with au under-bit; in the left ear
with a smootbe erop, and the other ox, black
sides, and black and white speckled back and
belly; the ends of his horns are sawed off;
had a medium size bell on, marked in right
ear with a swallow fork, the left ear with an
under-bit: no other marks or brands per
ceivable; supposed to be 5 or 6 years ohl.
The owner of said estray9 iM required to conn?
forward, pay charges and take said exem
away, or they will be dealt with as the law
directs. A true extract from the eet ray book,
sept 2—>Vl D. W. NEEL, Ord'y.
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