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®* B 4 fREEIMAN, Editor
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1875
The Cent*HrMiAL of 187&.—Thi
highly favored country is about to cele
brate its hundredth birthday. Under
its favored privileges, its citizens have
beeA happy ; worshiping God accord-*
ing to the dictates of their own consci*
enccs; pursuing their chosen avocations
exalted positions from small beginnin gs
This is particularly applicable to Dr
1 utts I aver Pill. Ten years ago they
had but a limited local reputation, but
in this time, aided by scientific research
and con scientious business direction,
it has attained such a celebrity that
there is not a country on the globe that
they are not known and used. Wherever
disease pevails,especially such as results
from torpid liver, dyspepsia, costiveness,
sick headache, fever and ague, aod they
are eageny sought for. dee22-2t
All who are indebted to the firm of
Geo. W. Wells & Cos., either by note or
account, will do well to call and settle
by the Ist day of January, as we need
money and must have it; by complying
with the above you will save trouble and
cost. Geo. W. Wells & Cos.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS.
After January Ist our books and
notes will be placed in the hands of a
collecting officer. Thoso desiring to
save costs can dc I# by paying before
Gray k Middeeton*
From the Macon Daily Telegraph and
Dentifrice.—We repeat that Dan
forth’s Sanative Dentifrice is the most
elegant and efficient detergent for the
teeth and gums we have ever used, and
do confidently recommend it to the pub
lic ; and we doubt not that if mothers
Would teach their children to use their
little brushes with this preparation, their
teeth Would last from ten to twenty
years longer. It is the world s Denti-
Irioe. For sale by Reeves at Malone.
DO YOU WANT HEALTH ?
Why will ye die?—Death, or what
is worse, is the inevitubl ? result of con
tinued suspension of the menstrual flow.
It is a condition which should not be
trifled with. Immediate relief is the
only safeguard against constitutional
ruitt. In all cases of suppression, sus
pension or other irregularity of the
“ courses,” Dr. J. Bradfield’s Female
Regulator Is the only sure remedy. It
acts Dy giving tone to the nervous cen
tres, improving the blood and determin.
ing directly to the organs of menstrua-,
tion. It is a legitimate prescription,
and the most intelligent Doctors use it.
Prepared by J. 11. Bradfield, druggist,
Atlanta, Ga.. 01.50 per bottle, and sold
by respectable druggists everywhere.
Boon to Suffering Females.
LaGrange, Ga., Mar. 29,1870.
Bradfield So Cos., Atlanta , Ga. :
Dear Sirs—l take pleasure
in stating that I have used for the last
twenty years the medicine you are put.,
ting up, known as Dr. Bradfields Fe
male Regulator, and consider it the best
eomlinatien ever gotten together for
the diseases for which it is recommend
ed. I have been familiar with the pre
paration both as a practitioner of medi
cine and in domestic practice, and can
honestly say that I consider it a boon
to suffering females, and can but hope
that every lady in the land, who may
be suffering in any way peculiar to their
sex, may be able to procure a bottle,and
their sufferings may not only be relieved
but they may be restored to health and
With my kindest regards,
I am. respectfully,
W. B. Ferrell, M. D.
I, yards of the best jeans ever
offered in Cherokee Georgia, cheap for
the cash or produce at Foster & Har
I riDtSj Domestics, Jeans, &c., very
cheap at J. W. Marshall's.
Ho n & McGhee, wholesale Grocers
and Commission Merchants, Rome, Ga,
will defy any house in North Georgia to
under sell them io groceries, and guar
antee as high prices for all cotton sent
them to sell—ship them your cotton and
send them your orders.
The year is drawing to a close, and I
would remind those who are indebted to
me that I need money. If satisfactory
settlements are not made at an early
day Ipositively intend to press accounts
by legal piocess.
J. W. MARSHALL.
Fifteen cents per pound will be paid
for cotton to those againsi whom we
hold guano accounts.
Foster & Harlan.
J. W. Marshall has made preparation
for the season by laying in a good stock
of ready-made clothing, in suits and
separately, and is offering them low.
Buy Christmas Toys at
J. W. Marshall's
COLONISTS, EMIGRANTS AND
For map circulars, condensed time
tables and general information in regard
the transportation facilities to all points
in Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Min*,
tiesota, Colorado, Kansas, Texas, lowa,
New Mexico, Utah and California, ap
ply to or address Albert B. Wrenn,
General Railroad Agent, Atlanta,Ga.
No one should go West without first
getting in communication with the Gen
eral Railroad Agent, ard become in
formed as to superior advantages, cheap
and quick transportation of families,
household goods, stock, and farming
implements generally. All information
W. L. DANLEY,
G. 1\ & T. A.
THE CALHOUN TIMES—SUPPLEMENT.
Sheetings, shirtings, prints and no
tions at the lowest prices at
J. H. Arthur’s.
A large stock of ready made cloth
ing just received, and will he sold at low
prices, at Foster & Harlan’s.
FOR THE CASH
Foster & Harlan are determined not
to be undersold by any body. The
most goods for the least money, call
Those la need of hor-e collars will
call or. Foster & Harlan.
Go to Foster & Harlan’s, if you wish
to purchase a Cotton Gin, of the Win
ship, or some other good make, a Sor
ghum Mill or Cider Mill, at lew fig
A fine stock of saddlery, hofsu eoJ- t
lars, bridles, etc., just received at J. 11.
The place to buy your groceries is at
J. W. Marshall's.
Goods cheaper than they have ever
been sold in this market at the Cheap
Cash Store. Best prints at 7i cts. to
81 cts., shiiting,B cts.; Roswell’s yarns,
$1 15; good brogan shoes, $1 50;
heavy boo‘s, 03 00 to 04 00; and
other goods in proportion. Always
keep a full stock on band, and won’t be
undersold if we lose money by it.
B. M. & C. C. Harlan,
Succ’rs to B. G. Boaz.
FURNITURE 1 FURNITURE ! !
A goud line of Furniture can always
be found at the Cheap Cash Store of
B. M. &C. C. Harlan. When wanting
anything in this line give them a call.
Roswell yarns at 01.15, and other
goods at greatly reduced prices. We
will guarantee better bargains than can
be had anywhere in North Georgia,
Atlanta and Rome not excepted. Come
and price our goods and be convinced.
13. M. & C. C. Harlan,
Succ’rs to B. G. Boaz.
No more groceries at thirty days time.
On and after this date I will sell groce
ries strictly for cash or produce. I
will sell groceries as cheap as they can
be -old in this market. “ Quick sales
and small profits ” is my motto ; come
and see me and be convinced that I sell
cheap for cash or produce.
Decl. li. K. Hicks.
REEVES & MALONE
will pay the highest market price for
produce in exchange for goods, or Ift
settlement of acccounts.
Saddles of superior finish, and : t
low prices, can be found at Foster &
Hats, Boots and Shoes, a full line :c
suit the trade, at J. W. Marshall’s.
J. H. Arthur is just receiving a
well assorted lot of clothing,boots, hats,
prints, notions, and dry goods generally,
an ’ Is desirous that the public shall
know that he is selling for cash at prices
that absolutely defy competition. If
you want bargains call at his store and
you will not be disappointed. Oct29.
DR. SALTER’S SPECIALTIES.
At the Eclectic Dispensary cancers
are successfully treated and a cure ef
fected in ninety nine cases out of a hun
dred, when taken in time.
Rheumatism cured in every case in
from one to three months, at a c.gt of
five dollars per month for medicines.
Diseases of TnE Throat cured io
from one week to two months.
Catarrh of the Head cured In
one to three months, in most cases ; oc
casionally meet with cue requiring more
Womb Diseasfo —Ulceration,lnflam
mation, Leucorrhea, cured in one-half
the time required by other systems, abd
without the use ef caustics.
Epileptic Fits relieved and per na
ncntly cured. In most cases from six
to twelve months required for a perma
NervoUs Debility, from excess,
self-abuse, etc., successfully treated and
cured in from one to five months
Blood Diseases cured in from three
to twelve months.
Kidney Diseases cured in one to
Diseases of Liver amenable to
treatment, permanently cured in a few
Neuralgia and other nervous dis-.
eases successfully treated
Call ou or address S. F. Sa’ter, M.
D., No. 55 Broad Street, Atlanta, Ga
Terms of Treatment J
Prescription anp medicine per month,
five dollars, in all chronic cases —Car.-
bers and Tumors excepted. Operations
on the eye, etc., at very low rates.
We have closed out our stock of goods.
But for the accommodation of those in**
debfced to us we can be found at the old
stand, for a short time, with our books
open for settlements. Please call at
once, as we are compelled to have mon
ey, and will sue on all claims not paid
soon —unless by special agreement. Re
member now that you have notice.
Boaz k Barrett.
Buy your Christmas Presents at
J. W. Marbhall’b
Our stock is complete and our prices
defy competition. North Georgia can f t
beat us. We mean business, and for
the cash will not be ndersuld by any
body. Foster & Harlan.
REEVES & MALONE
will sell goods as cheap as the cheapest
Crockery ware,Queen’s ware, facto
ry yarns, etc., cheap at
J. 11. AhtiiUeCs.
J. W. Marshall offefs bargains.
him if you don’tbelieve it
AIA A I>AV at home. Agents wanted.
VI / Outfit and terms free TRUE & CO.,
t Augusta. Maine.
rffii-yi-y per week Gt ahanteed to
X / / agents, male and felriale, in th ir
*l+/ I I own locality. Terms and outfit
free. Addrcs P. 0.. Vickety & Ct>, Augus
p'A d*)AP or at l‘ ome - Samples
to\/.1l worth 01 free. Stinson &
*r*^Vo o<> Portland, Maine.
Agents, the greatest chat ce of the age*
Address, with stamp, National Copyiug
Cos., Atlanta, Ga.
.fill AP cr day. Business
Si) TO JS||| !,onorable lu -
wanted. Addres ß Marion Supply Cos., Ma
Mind reading, psychomancy,
FASCINATION, Soul Charming, Mes
merism, and Marriage Guide, showing how
either sex may fascinate and gain the love
and affection of any person they 7 cho'-Se in
stantly. 400 pages. By mail 50 Cents.—
Hunt & Cos., 100 South 7th street, Philadel
Religions and 4gricnltttral
HALF - PRICE !
Send fob Our Catalogue
ON THE LIST PLAN.
For information, address
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., 41 Park Row,
881 foi> 35 Cents.
Send for Our Catalogue
ON THE LIST PLAN.
For information, address
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO , 41 Park Row,
mb. w. wits k cii.,
Would again call the attention of the public
to the fact that they sti’l have on hand a
good stock of
One and Two Horse Wag*
otiSf Spring Wagons,
We also have 0 1 hand a large assortment of
arid all othef goods in the agricultural line.
Wc are also supplied with a full line of
SADDLERY AND HARNESS
all of Which we will sell very cheap for
cash. Call and price our goods before pur
Georgia, Gordon County:
TO all whom it may concern : Jasper N
Smith having in proper form applied to
me for permanent letters of administration
on the estate of M. 11. Jackson, late of said
This is to cite all and singular, the cred
itors and next of kin of M. H. Jackson, to
be and appear at my office within the time
ollowed by law, and show cause, if any they
can, why permanent administration should
not be granted to Jasper N. Smith, on M.
IL Jackson’s estate* H itness my hand and
D. W. NEEL, Oidinary.
AND WAG OXS.
fIMIE undersigned having purchased o
X Mr. Z. T. Gray his shop, tools, and stock
of material, consisting of everything ne
cessary to the completion of first-class Wag
ons, Carriages and Buggies, and also Har
ness, Bridles, &c., together with
All Kinds ot Farm Work, in Wood,
Iron and Steel.
Horse-shoeing done in the best style. AL
kinds of repairing done at short notice,
and in good stile. The same hands contin
ued in the shops, with the addition of Mr.
Metts, Who is known to be among the best
of wood workmen. Mr. Gray will give his
personal attention in the shops for awhile
Try me. All work and prices warranted
satisfactory. A liberal discount will be
made for cash. A. W. RE-EYE.
Georgia, Gordon County:
JOHN M. PATTON having applied to be
appointed guardian of the person and
property of James M. Pcnde*, a minor un
der fourteen years of age, resident of said
This is to Cite all persons concerned to be
and appear at the tertn of file Court of Or
dinary to be held after the expiration of
thirty days from the first publication of this
notice, and show cause, if any they can,
why John M. Patton should not be entiust
ed with the guardianship of the person and
property of James M. Ponder.
Witness my official signature.
D. W. NEEL, Ordinary,
SIMMONS’ LIVER REGULATOR,
for all diseases of the Liver Stomach and
MALARIOUS FEVERS, BOWJIL COM
PLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, MENTAL DE
PRESSION, RESTLESSNESS, JAUNDICE,
NAUSEA, SICK HEADACHE, COLIC, CON
STIPATION and BILIOUSNESS.
It is eminently a Family Medi
cine, and by being kept ready for
immediate resort, many an hour of
suffering and many a dollar in
time ; and doctors' bills is saved.
After Forty Years’ trial it is still
receiving the most unqualified tes
timonials of its virtues, from per*
sons of the highest character arid
responsibility. Eminent physi
cians commend it as the most
for Constipation, Headache, Pain in the
Shoulders, Dizziness, Smtr Stomach, bad
taste in the mouth, bilious attacks, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Pain in the region of the
kidneys, despondency, gloom and forebod
ings of etil,all of Which ate the offspring of
a diseased Liver.
The Liver, the largest organ in
the body is generally the seat of
the disease, and if not Rk<JUGated
:u lihle, great suffering, wretched
nCSS, and DEATH Will ensue.
IF you feel Dui*L Drowsy,Debil
itated, have frequent Headache,
Motifrt Tastes badly, poor Ape
tite and Tongue Coated, you are
suffering from Torpid LiVeU or
Biliousness ,” and notl ing will
cure Vou so speedily and perma
“1 have never seen ir tried such a simple,
efficacious,satisfactory and pleasant remedy
in my life.”— ll llaifies, St. Louis, AJo.
Don. AleX. ir. Stephens.
“ t occasionally rise, when my condition
requires it Dr. Sitnttlons’ Liver Regulator,
with good effect.”— lion. Alex: II Stephens.
Governor of AUibartta.
“ four Regulator has been in use in mv
family for some time, and L am persuaded
it is a valuable addition to the medical sci
ence.”- Gov. J. Gill Shorter, Ala.
*'l have used the Regulator in my family
for the past seventeen years. 1 can safely
reccomitiend it to the World as tile best med
icine I haVo ever used for the class of dis
eases it purports to cure.”—//. K Thigpen.
President of City Bank.
“ Simmons Liver Regulator ha proven f!
good arid efficacious id idiciri*,”— C. A,
“We have been acquainted With Dr- Nim
moris’Livei Medicsne *br more than twen
ty years, and know it to be the best Liver
Regulator offered to the public.”— M. R. Ly
on and 11. L. Lyon. Bellefontaine, Ga
“I was cuied by .Simmons’ Liver regu
late-, after having suffered several yours
with chills and fever.”— lt. F. Anderson.
“ My '\ife and myself have u-ed the Reg.
ulatorfor years, and testify to its great vir
tue.”—Rev. J.R. Felder. Perry, Ga.
“I have given your medicine a thorough
trial and in rto Case has it failed to give full
satisfaction-.”— Film Meachi m, Chattahoo
“From aeftirtl Experience in the use. of
th's medicine in my practice, l have been
and am satisfied ft) tiSe and prescribe it as
a purgative medicine,”*—///-. •/. IU. M"o/i.
M. F: Florida Conference.
“ I have used Dr. A’immons’ Liver Regu
lator in mv family for Dyspepsia and sick
imadache and regard it an invaluable rem
edy. It lifts riot failed to give relief in any
Distance. ’- -Rev. 11'. F Fosterling.
President Oglethorpe Collage.
•‘Simmons’ Liver Regulatui is certainly a
specific for that class of complaints which
it claims to Crire.”— Rev. I tariff Wills.
No In .tin nee of a Failure on Retool
When Simmons’ Liver Regulator has been
J. 11. Zeilin & Cos ,
sep2o lv- Proprietors.
I hate sold my entire Stock of merchan
dise to Messrs. B. M. & O. U. Harlan, and
would respectfully solicit my friends and
customers to give them a fair trial. They
are polite and clever gentlemen.
B. G. BOA
DeUemSKr 7, 1875.
Having purchased of Mr. B. G. Boaz his
entire stock of merchandise, we respectfully
solicit the patronag; of his friend; and cus
tomers and the public generally. We shall
keep always on hand the
LARGEST AND BEST
Selected Stsek of Goods
to be found in this market, and will guaran
tee better bargains than can be had any
where in North Georgia.
B* M. kC. (. HARLAN.
Successors to B. G. BOAZ.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
Rare Inducements Often and.
J. \V . mar s*h all
Would remind his friends the puMis
that he has in stock
BOOTS & SHOES,-
And a fH -ir,e of
Grocei ies 2
the heaver class of which he has moved
into his basement room. All goods sold at
lowest competition prices, (Jail and be
THE CASH GROCERY STORE.
Slielor & Rankin,
THEIR MOTTO s LIVE AND LET LIVE.
The stibstatltials of life a specialty. Everything at bottom figures for
cash. Will pay Cash or barter for eggs and buttef.
Attgust 9, 1875.
TRY US BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE.
THE OLDEST HOUSE IN CALHOUN.
NEWGOODS! >s KW GOODS!
WE are pleased to notify our friends that we are now laying in a- jtfV'g-e affd superior
Those who wish Bargains will give us a call.
FOSTER Sc lIARLAIN.
REEYES & MALONE
Are now receiving a large and well selected stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CLOTHING,
GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Which we offer to the Fall Trade low for cash. Our busineis will be conducted by Mr.
JAS. S. HARKINS, Call and see
Our Elegant Assortment of Ladies’ Shoes,
J. B. S. HOLMES, M.D. Wm. L. GORDON.
HOLMES & GORDON.
Wholesale and. Ltetai Driui'g ists,
No. 19 Broad Street (SHOKTJEJ* BLOCK,) JlofciS, Ga.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
Dye-Stuff3, Toilet & Fancy Articles,
3F Paints, Oils*, Putty, Glass
IP* TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c.
Fisk’s Patent Metalic
IlnVing purchased the* stock of Boaz &
Barrett, which will constantly be added to,
ft full range of sixes call always be found at
the obi stand of Rcefes & Malone.
declo Gm. T# A. FOSTER.
MISS HUDGINS ertft no# befotind at
51 Broad Street, Rotne* Ga., whel-e she Js
prepared to do Mantua making and Cutting
in all its branches. Call and see,
Mrs. Mills is receiving a full stock of
millinery and fancy notions, latest styled
felt, straw and velvet hats, cloaks -neks
and wraps in endless variety. Efcrythiftg
necessary k<*pt for ladies’ outfit. [sep2D*7m.
Awarded the Highest Medal at Vienna.
E. & H. T ANTHONY & GO..
591 Broadway, Xcw York.*
(Opp. Metropolitan Hotel.)
Manufacturers, Importers & Deal
CHROMOS AND FRAMES,
Stereoscopes and Views,
Albums, Graphoscopes an l suitable views,
Photographic M atcri a1 s.
We are Headquarters f O~ everything in the
Stereoseoptieons and Magic
Being manufacturers of th©
Micro-Scientific Lantern ,
l *// ivers ity StercGscopticon,
A dceitisers S 1 ercoscopficon f
A rtopticon ,
Srhojl Lantern, Family Lantern,
Each style being the best of its class lit (tf<?
Catalogues of Lanterns and Slides with
directions for Using sent ofi application.
Any enterprising man can make money
with a magic lantern.
out this advertisement for refer
. ence 'YGJ sep29*om
Ul T| TANARUS) AVf Headquarters for
VjlJ lIU ll v/ A .Foreign and American
t’hromos. Dealers, Agents. Trunk and
Bosniakers. Newspaper Rublislierx and Tea
.Stores, will find a complete supply. Ouf
new and brilliant specialties are unequalled.
Our D\ll mounted Ghrotnos outsell any
thing in the market. Twelve samples fo f
$1.00; one handled for 06.00. Illustrated
Catalogue free. J. Latham & Cos., 4l&
Washington St., Boston, J/ass. P. O. Boj
2154, ro©tl3 5w
CHEAPEST AND BEST!
MANUFACTURED NEAR KINGSTON,
MRIOW COUNTY, GEORGIA.
Equal to the best iinp’errted Portland Cement.
Semi for Circular. Try thin before
Refers by permission to tUr. A. J. West,
President of Cherokee Iron Company, Polk
county, Georgia, who has built a splendid
darn across Cedar Creek, using this cement,
and pronouncing it the best he ever used.
Also refer to MeSSfS. Smitl , Son & Bro., J.
E. Veal, F. I. Stoite. J. J. Cohen and Major
Tom Berry, Reme. Georgia, Major H. Bry
an, of Satartnalf, T. C. Douglas, Sunerin
t-endent of Masonry, East River Bridge,
New York, Gen. Wmi* Mcßae, Superintend
ent W. & A. Railroad, Capt. J. Postell, C
G. 11. WARING, Kingston, G
T. 311. EtXiXilS’
Good Saddle a<l Buggy Horses
and New Vehicles.
Hor.;es and mules for sale.
Stock fed and cared for.
Charges will be reasonable.
Will p y the cash for corn in he ear and
‘‘Odder in the bundle. feb3-t*.
Gordon Sheriff's Sales .
WILL be sold before the Court House
door in the town of Calhoun, Gordon
county, Georgia, between the legal hours
of sale, on the first Tuesday in Fob*llafy
next, the fo.lowing property, to-wit:
112 acres of land, mare or less, off of
kt of land number 173, in tiie 14th dis
trict and 3-1 section of Gordon county, Ga.,
the s me being off the north vide of said
lot. and north of the Oostaffauta river.
Also 1(70 acre*, more or less, off of lot of
bnd number 152, in the 14th district and
3d Section of Gordon county, Ga., the same
being all of said lot north of the Oostanau
la rifer, as the property of E. S. Mann, to
satisfy one Superior Court ft f„ in favor of
F. A. Kirby vs. K. S. Mann, as principal,
and Jot-eph E. Reavers as indorser, and
Jonathan Dew. security off stay. Defend
ant E. S. Mann, in possession and not.tied.
This Deceiut er 28. 1875.
I. E. BARTLETT, Sheriff.
Z. T. GRAY. A. J. MIDDLEI
GRAV & MIDDLIO
Family & Fancy Grocerii
COURT HOUSE STREET. 1
Everything usually found in a first c
Grocery establishment can be had of I;**
OUR STOCK IS SUPERK
and we can supply the wants o' all. ,
ask old friends and the public general)
give us a trial.
I.OW FOR CAS
and guarantee good bargains,
The highest market prices will be pai
cash for all kinds of country produce.
GRAY & MIDDLETON
GORDON SHERIFFS HAL
WILL be sold before the Court 1'
door in the town of Calhouri, Ctfr
county, Ga., between the legal hours of i
on the first Tuesday in January next
foVhywing property, to-wit: The west
of lb* of land No. 45, in the ‘23d dis
and 2d section of Gordon county, as
property of John Dudley, to satisfy t
ti fas issued from the Justice’s Court of
874th district, G. M. t of Gordon county, 1
in favor of Erwin & Dyer, and one in f
of Erwin & Crow ; all against JoL n Dm
Fi fas levied and returned to iue by 1*
Lloyd, L. C.
Also, at the same time and place, wil
sold, lot of land No* 302, in the Bth dis
and 3d section of Gordon county, ns
property of Joseph Shepeard, to satisf
execution issued from the County Cou
Gordon eounty, in favor of Win. H. Dal
against said Joseph Sliepeard Join
Nesbit 1 in possession and notified. Pr<
ty pointed out by Plaintiff’s attorney.
Also, at the same time nod place, wil
sold, lot of land No t 83, in the 7th dh
and 3d section of Gordon county, as
property of John A. PullLm, to satisfy
execution issued from the Superior Gou
Gordon county, in favor of Wm. Dilln
Son against John A. l’ulli .m. John A
liam in poss'ssion and notified Prop
pointed out by plaintiff s attorney.
Also, at the same time and place, wi
sold, lots of land Nos. 127, 102 and 13<
the 7th district and 3d section, and 1 15,
179 and 180, in the 24th district and 2d
tion, all of Gordon county, Ga., as the y
erty of Wm. E. Carter, to satisfy an ex
tion issued from Gordon Superior Cour
favor of Thos. J. Whitman at.d II
Wrench ngainst Jesse Miller, Thor
Talley, James A. WilPams and Wm. E.
ter. Wm. E Carter in possession and
lied. Property pointed out by plain
Also, at tlje sabre time and place, wil
sold the south half of lot ot land No.
in ♦he 14th district ftlid 3d section ; 4nt
of lot No. 280f lii the 14th district an
section, boutided west by L. M. Sinn
south by Si Simpson, ncith by D. W. I<
also li)2 acres of lot No. 202, in the
district and 3d section, bounded west 1
Simpson, east by It. Abbott, south b;
Alexander; all in Gordon county,“Ga
the property of W. D, Stewart, to sa
one tax fi fa in favor Of T. J. Norton, f i
vs. W. D. Stewart Property pointed
by defendant. Fi fa levied ahd return
me by John Hudgins, L €.
Also, at tlit* same time afirl place, wi
sold lots of 1 ml Nos. 1 12, 129, 13(> 99,
100, in the 15tli district and 31 section,
107, in the 24th district and 3d section
of Gordon county, Ga., as the proper
M. M. Anderson, to satisfy an executio
sued from Gordon Superior Court in 1
of Joseph Rowe, lor the use of Wm. H.
ris and II 11. Dobson vs. Samuel Sim
an ’ M. M. Anderson, security on appe:
Abo, at the same time and place, wi
sold, 140 acres of lot of land No. 117
the 14th district aftfd 3d section of Go
county, being all of said lot l.ing we:
the Oo tanaula river. Also, 44 act
lot of land No. 118, in the 14tli district
3d section of Gordon county, being a
fbtid lot on the west side of the Oostan
river, fld beihg located cn the north
of said lot. Levied on by Virtue of on<
fi fa against J. A. Williams for State
county tax. Fi ta issued by T. if. No
Tax Collector. Levy made and returnt
me by John Hudgins, L. C.
Also, at the same time and pi ice, wi
sold, lot ot land number 183, in ih<
district and 3d section ot' Gordon cou
sold as the property tff R M Voting by
tue of a mortgage ti fa i Stted from G<>
Superior Court, in favor of Barrett &
i well agaib't It M Yom g; said 'ot of
pointed Ottt in ti fa and by plaintiff’s u
Also, at the same time abd place, vi
' sold part of town lot mtfffber 1, in th
section of the town of Calhoun, being
part of said! tfronting north oh Hurd s
iGO feet, more or less'and running had
feet, more or less, eotl'.aihibg one-half i
taore or less, bounded oti the south by 1
of T A Foster, and Ott the east h lau
N J Boaz ; sold as the property ot
Young by virtue of a fi fa issued from
don Superior Court in favor of Barrt
Caswell agaiast R if Young ; said pro}
pointed out by plaintiff's attorney.
I E BARTLETT, Sheri
In sellii g the above described proj
of the defendant R M Young, as set for
the foregoing advertisement, as Sliei
will also bv virtue of an order of the i
oiable John Erskine, Judge of the Di?
Court ot the United States, Northern
trict of Georgia, sell at the same time
place all tiie interest of the assignee o
said II if Young, bankrupt, i and ft
property described in the above advei
tfienf. This November 30. 1875.
I E BARTLETT", Slier
Will be let to the lowest bidder on
first Tuesd.-.y in January, 187 b, ibe con
for building two bridges, oife on Oofbca
creek, near W. W. Harkins’ arid the c
on Little Salaquoy creek, near E. St
land’s. Also the repairing of Po
creek bridge. Specifications can be see
calling ou the undersigned.
T A Fostt
Clerk Board of County Commissi one
* decß- 30d.
Georgia, Gordon Cotm :
I) B MAULDIN has applied for exem
i. of personality, a.id I will pass
tlie same ou the 3()th iust., at 10 o’cloe
M.,at my efflee iu Calhoun. This Decei
let, 1875. I>. W.KEEL, Ordinal
South Side Court House Street-