Courant American News, February 24, 1887

 
The Courant American Newspaper
Cartersville, Georgia

February 24, 1887 Page 2:

 
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Administrators Sale.

By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Bartow County, will be sold before the Court House door, in Cartersville, said county, within the legal sale hours, on the first Tuesday in April next, the northwest half of lot of land No. 138, in the 16th district and 3d section of said county; containing 40 acres, more or less. Same sold as the property of Moses Motes, deceased, to pay his debts and for distribution. Terms of sale –cash. February 18, 1887 L. P. Gaines, Administrator.

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Administrator’s Sale.
Georgia, Bartow County:

By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of said county of Bartow, will be sold before the court house door in Cartersville, Ga., within the legal hours of sale, on the first Tuesday in March, 1887, the following property, to-wit: One certain tract of land in the 15th district and 3rd section of said county, known as the “Home Place,” whereon John C. Aycock resided at the time of his death, containing 200 acres, more or less, and bounded on the north by the lands of Thomas P. Turner and Mrs. Cordelia Gaines (now Reeves), on the east by the lands of Mrs. A. L. Dearing, south by the lands A. M. Penn and Mrs. A. F. Manning, and on the west by the lands of Mrs. M. F. Wilson; fifty or more acres cleared; ordinary improvements. Oothcaloga Creek runs through this tract. Also one other certain parcel of land containing forty acres, more or less, being a part of lot of land number 167 in the 15th district and 3rd section of said county, and bounded as follows: on the north by lands of Thomas Skelton, on the east and south by lands of Jarrett Gordon and on the west by Western and Atlantic railroad. All in cultivation. No improvements. All sold as the property of the estate of Jno. C. Aycock, late of said county, deceased, for the purpose of paying debts and distribution. Terms of sale, cash. This 24th of January, 1887. W. J. Hilburn, Adm’r de bonis non, Estate of Jno. C. Aycock, deceased.

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Georgia, Bartow County:

To all whom it may concern: Bryant T. Leake, guardian of Olive Branhan, Olivia Rogers and Samuel S. Rogers, minors, has made application for leave to sell the lands belonging to the estate of said minors, and said application will be heard and passed upon on the first Monday in March next. This 2nd day of February, 1887. J. A. Howard, Ordinary.

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Georgia, Bartow County:

To all whom it may concern: J. F. Hargis, administrator with the will annexed of Bella C. Davis, deceased, has in due form applied to the undersigned for leave to sell the lands belonging to the estate of said deceased, and said application will be heard on the first Monday in April, 1887. This Feb. 7, 1887. J. A. Howard, Ordinary.

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Georgia, Bartow County:

To all whom it may concern: David W. Curry, has in due form applied to the undersigned for letters of administration, de bonis non, with the will annexed on the estate of J. W. Curry, deceased, late of said county, and I will pass upon said application on the first Monday in April, 1887. Given under my hand and official signature, this 8th February, 1887. J. A. Howard, Ordinary.

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Georgia, Bartow County:

To all whom it may concern: W. H. Jones, has in the usual form applied to the undersigned for Permanent Letters of Administration on the estate of Isaac W. Jones, late of said county, dec’d, and I will pass upon said application on the first Monday in April, 1887. Given under my hand and official signature, this 22d February, 1887. J. A. Howard, Ordinary.

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Georgia, Bartow County:

To all whom it may concern: T. B. Meeks, has in the usual form applied to the undersigned for Permanent Letters of Administration on the estate of Linn West Gaines, late of said county, deceased, and I will pass upon said application on the first Monday in April, 1887. Given under my hand and official signature, this 14th day of February, 1887. J. A. Howard, Ordinary.

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In this issue is a beautiful tribute to the late Mrs. Fannie E. Jones by William P. Phillips. Mr. Phillips is an old Cartersville boy, but now a resident of Vicksburg, Miss., where he holds a responsible position with the Vicksburg, Shreveport & Pacific railroad.

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Kingston

A few days since Mrs. Dr. Mayson was called to Greensboro, Ga., to attend the funeral of her father, Mr. Jackson.

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Executor’s Sale.

By virtue of an order from the Court of Ordinary of Bartow County, will be sold before the court house door, in Cartersville, said county, within the legal sale hours, on the first Tuesday in March next, the following property to-wit: six acres of land, being part of lot of land No. 107 in the 6th district and 3d section of said county, with the improvements thereon, same being only ordinary, lying near Cedar Creek church, and joining the lands of W. W. Hannah and others. Sold as the property of William J. Bomar, deceased, for the payments of debts. Terms cash. January 15, 1887 James R. Pritchard, Executor.

 

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